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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 11 Published Every Friday VOLUME MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY JUNE 16 1905NUMBER 38 U Greafesf SHOE SALE i OF THE SEASON iIt would make any selfrespect ing animal shed tears to seethe prices we sell the product of its hide for Notwithstanding Boom i prices planned for by the Manu facturers here are figures muc lower than the wholesale people can quote Last week we bought the en tire line of samples ofseveral o the largest jobbing houses in the country at less than 5octs to tHe dollarMoney talks and the people who buy of us make every penny count Just OneHalf Price 550U COULD NOT BE EXTRAVAGANT IF YOU TRIED Neither the styles nor the prices offered in this remarkable sale can be duplicated II 2 t J Ladies celebrated Rat cliffe 350 shoes in chris ty ties new shapes and new heels 125 100 I I 150 t90c II i7c II i5C it 5QC Ladies shoes high and low cuts in cluding all shades of tans worth 82 this Springs lat est styles in tine vici kid light or medium soles Ladies shoes worth 175 to 2 new Spring styles and serviceable made of finest vic kid with ex tension or light soles Misses finest upto date shoes in ideal kid and Fosters vici kid hand sewd and hand turned worth 33 300 pairs ladies fine sample shops worth from 150 to 250 per pair they come in all the best vicis such as ideal and Fosters Pick your choice for 90 cts Misses shoes and slippers worth 1 25 made of fine 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 Mens shoes to close for 50c If you fail to get in on this lot you are loos ing deal 200TO 275 2O0 125 100 150 125 100 65c i XVIII Al ens shoes and oxfords worth 350 aud 375 the very latest extra high qua h ty all up todat- Come in blacks and tans Mens shoes won tlifor 3 Goodyear welts in pat strictly up todatecolt vici kid and box calf this Springs styles Mens shoes as good as any 2 shoein o town in vici kf satin calf and hic ory calf Mens slippers black worth a great deal more money GO for 1 a pair so a great line blacks and the new tans from 125 to S3 00 Boys shoes and fords worth 2 in high grade vici and- patent colt and b calf the very lat Spring styles ma 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 boxcalf and satin calf all sizes Good as gold Youths shoes worth 125 made all solid in satin calf box calf and vic kid new Spring styles Willccertainly tickle the little boys I pf BFtEECHE549CxTHINK OF 1- 7I UrRJ l 3nuit ett1ldi Jgnll = Springstyles LEVEL GREEN Rain has come in super abun dance the farmers had their con clean and were ready Our Iris tater crop seems to be han in fire The fly crop was never more prolific or words to that effect What will kill or drive them Sam Brow of McAlister I T crate Sunday to spend a few dajs hirBible department came also Robt will be in from Somerset aud we will kill the fatted ben make a big pot of dumplings and all eat drink and be merry These shot meetings of firiends here on earth O How pleasant and they give a little foretaste of that reunion that is to take place in the great b yond and we have not the lea dea how soon the solemn call sounded for us to start Are Mrnon and a through ticket Let us examine our baggage seeing that it is properly checkedOur of Mohseem to baffle the skill of the ph sicians The doctors are talkin of performing an operation on M Owens in a few daysHB- roughton has moved a part of his family to Level Green and will keep home here for a time Some scoundrel shot a fine mare belong thfe Muliins buys and sells all kinds of stockjat same old prices Wheat looks well and pastures are good It seems that Hargis Co are still running business at Jackson If they had Taylor Co to assist which they will have they run business in a business li way on busines principles by doing just as they dn please We have too much of peoples doing as they please in Kentucky even boys fall into the habit at an earl v ageAlot of old grizzley confederates from this part h attend the reunion at LouisvilleEld R E Todd preaches regular Friendship Rev James Cummins at Mt Pleasant and Poplar Grove Rev Perry Smith at the Chapel But with all their labors in t vineyard Satan will creep in at cause lots of trouble by keeping s called Christians divided on pet heout to their lambs and the lambs yes the whole flock gobbles it up religion filling the minds tvi theory instead of Christ This why we have have so many sicklyI Christians in the word The fir blethe dont create division but ourteachI erspreachers are to IfIthey would preach the word urChrist and teach the people to 1read their Bibles instead of trashy literature and talking politics Sat Tin30 much serving of Mammon preachers and lay members thein cts from Editor Albright This shows that we are not wholy forgotten J J Towery is but little better UCBUCK VARNON oxCUBAN DIARRHEA indewhat this disease is and that ordinary remedies have Ihtle more eff than so much water Cuban digrr hoea is almost as severe and dangerous as a mild attack of clots r There is one remedy however can always be depended upon will be seen by the following cer tificate from Mrs Minnie Jacobs of Houston Texas I here certify that Chamberlains Col Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy cured my husband ofa severe attack of Cuban diarrhoea which heI brought home from Cuba We had several doctors but they did him no good One bottle of this remedy cured him as our neighbors willfortestify I thank God for so tra ble a medicine Sold by all dr gists Xliii WI Mothers Ear IMOTHERS I An SCOTTS INTHBI SUPPLIES SO FOil RANQCHILDfor SCOTT BOWNE York tirugPisti CKAU ORe H AIM Miss Ida Holdam returned home Bowling Greei Sunday where 11fromgraduated from the Cherry College iii stenography and typewriting Miss Katie King returned home Tuesday from Cov visitingherThe passenger train No 22 was goingReunion Wedding invitations have been received here to attend the marriage of Miss Jean Dick of this place to Mr William Monks of Louisville Mrs Mary E Bronaugh returned illeta a beth BryantMr Sam Magee of LaFollette Teiin his mother Mrs Kate Magee Satur AIePerkins and T K Watson are very itIthe go and when they return Chris Hutchinson our clever photographer is giving satisfaction and would be pleased to have ueard d nday and keeps one of our best J F Holdam from home while it is going on much to neighborsg is thisCto welcome him back to their midstMrs J G McFadden of daughterMrs leftewhere she entered school for a tern Miss Sallie is an energetic young lady and we wish her every success Tuesday the 13thZvas decoration day at Stanford and quite a number of the Odd Fellows from here went showing that those notforgottenMrWillie VkeSamantha Jones who has been vis iting in Jellico Tenn returned JWJvis sparing no expense ard trouble ill ltis s and grounds for the opening and it would Pay enjojmentlwhereMr Lewis Billion is with his father William R Dillion at London 1eQUALITY vs QUANTITY bodylo food you eat but on its perfect gestion and proper assimilation DyspepsiaCureishment out of all the food you eat regardlessisconveys the nutrient properties to blood and tissues This builds up and strengthens the entire sys tem overcomes and cures indigestion pyspepsia belching sour DyspepsiaCureAmericas national diseasedyspep aorkanto sufferers from this distressing and byferevFine Perfumery and Soap M t Vernon Drug Co jun2tf To LOUISVILLE The L N will sell tickets to Louisville July 30 and 31 for 412 round trip account of the Annual Convention National Association of Stationary Engineers PACIFIC COAST EXCURSIONS cttyour money Californiaatsummeraspermits you to do this Low round trip rates to Los Angeles San specialietember and October Liberal arrangements for stop over among the mountains of Colorado and in Californiaside trips to the Yosemite etc Write Colorado and California books Suge bastin Passenger Trafic Manager Rock Island System Chicago JThehealth by simple means after suffering for several tetra with a severe affection and that dread disease is anxious to make known to hit fellow suffer ers the means ef cure To those who desire a cchargeopyUlPTIONASTIIMA i throat and Juris He hopes all sufferer will lrp hs remedy as it is inval noble hose desinnstheprescription which will post may drove a EDWARDlAWILON Established 3 3 3 yt y ti 1 4 1 J IForSpring and Summer Goods is now at its height and you are debating in A i7 mention YcallingiDRESS GOODS ydnDucks all colors lOc Nice Dress Lawns 5c to 73ctt i SHOES 1 Lot loo pairs Children Shoes in Blacks and Tans sizes 9 to 12 at 05c per pr andBlacksMens Heavy Shoes at95cj1 Lot 75 pairs Mens Pine Shoes 95cII prLadiesMens Shoes in Tans Blacks Patent Leather Ladies Slippers at75c to 175 per pr Full Line of Buggy Harness that we can iplease you with in Collar Hames and Breast strop at from 550 to 810 perset not fail to give us call We want your trade and will give you Lowes Prices 8 nOUR MOlTOGood Goods Q at Lowest Prices fair treatment to all C Sewing 5 a f lt 2t017 Udlt br 17Li17dlTaJ tJ1 The Gibralter R0c1 County d i OF o Firms and ted V business we a pleas Q nut and W t BB 2j 2 C0NiVA1o- rnC and crops are looking well since the recent rainsA large crowd from this section at tended the at Be rea Wednesday of last weekThe black berry crop is almost a failure here this season Bnrton Beldon is looking after 311 head cattle Mr Harvey Chenault has on the range hereMr Harvey Chenault says the Jazziest man the county lives at Conway We are not sure but rather believe there are two o- fthemMr Val Lutes of South ern Texas is visiting relatives here Miss Mamie Jones of Mt Ver nun is visiting her sister Mrs J J Wood hereMiss Jessie Arnold who has been attending school at Tuscola Ill is expected home this weekWe understand we are soon to have a telephon- line from Berea to this place This line is badly needed and hope its a sure goSome of our fox hunters are getting so deeply in terested the sport they almost forget to not go hunting on Sunday I buy by the pound green yellow with top off Call and e- emeS FRANKLIN 2 Mt Vernon Ky A BAD SCARE Some day you will get a bad scare when you feel a pain your bowels and fear appendicitis Safe ty lies Dr Kings New Life Pills a sure cure for all bowel and stora ach diseases such as headache bil- liousnesscostive1ess etc Guaran only 250 Try f RMtnsLadies Underskirts in Black and White 75c 125 BlackBrown 25cChildrens K Do not fiail call and buy off our lOc counter of GlasswareJ ydStrawydCarpets v Good DropHead Machine year guarantee at 1250 Do Id THOS CHERRY JJRODIIEAD KENTUCKY AJO of us your and J fIJ other in we in jun tf in in to to Those the Reunion at Louisville this weekare R H Hamm Granville A V Smith W B McClary and A C McClary J M Berry of visiting J Thos Cherry this weekMrs J M Mershon of Lebanon Junction is visiting Mrs Maude Spraule at the Frith Edwards of Knoxville Tents is visiting her sister Mrs J H Dunn this was in Richmond first ef week Miss Annia of Crab Orchard was the guest of Mrs L C Smith at the Frith Hotel first of iceekH L Tharp attended the burial of Mr J M Brown who was killed near Tunnel Hill on the ier of The Peoples Bank at New Hope was the guest of his broth erin law J W Hutcheson Har ry Hilton and son Lester visited has been visiting her cousin Miss Carrie Frith at Gum for the past Chandler of Pittsburg was in town first of the Hurt is on the sick ant week Mrs E H is visiting in Knoxville Tenn this Roberts and wife are visiting Mrs Bird Roberts at Haversham Tenn Henry Anderson is assisting Mri Cass at the depot the U C V Rush Wm of Mt s THE TRADE CEN TER FOR WIbr gmtilIcOFconservativectmmACCOUNTSIndividual Corporations 50lici mGiye gunntee profitable relationCQ mmmonthsraHUTOHESON OashiermtCl Commencement JtODllEADI attending Confederate TurpinErnest Cincinnatiis HotelMissCarrie weekILexington Bronaugh Louise LancasterI Springsfirst Sulphur weekChas weekDavid visitingISturgeon weekLee Kingsolvin 1887 something BARGAIN SEEKERS castle rwriarsryirG = rJ yBentonsCounty Fair August 16 17 18 4 Bilious Bill the sleepy head Dearly loved to lay abed Couldnt wake him if jou shook him When his slumbers overtook him wakingEvry break ingWhats this magis necromancer EARLY RISERS thats the answer The Famous Little Pills Early Risers cure constipation sick headache billiousness etc by their tonic effect on the liver They never gripe or sicken but impart early rising energy Good for children and adults Sold by Mt Vernon Drug Co Toilet articles and rubber goods Mt Vernon Drug Co jun 2tt The United States has paid out in pensions on accout of the war of the revolution 70000000 the war of 1812 45iOqoooo Indian wars nearly 6000000 the Mexi can 32000000 the war with Spain 3250000 the civil war 2 728000000 a total of over 2 4 884000000 TASKsundertaketheney disease as that of C F Collier Bitjtersdiditnews were so far gone L could not sit on a chair without a cushion and suffered from dreadful back Inia cure aud by them was restored to perfect health I recommend this great tonic medicine to all with weak kidneys liver or stomach Guaranteed and sold by all drut8lsts s i MT VERNON SIGNALI FRIDAY JUNE 16 1905 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR 100 Advertising rules made known on application FOR MAGISTRATE- We are authoized to announce GRATVILLE 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 THE fifteenth annual Confeder ate Reunion wis formally declared open at Confederate Hall Louisville at noon Wednesday when Gov Beckham on the part of the State and Mayor Grainger for the city welcomed the old Confedei ates to she metropolis of the Blue- Grass Over 30000 of those who wore the Gray are in attendance To hear them as they congregate on every corner and tell of their ex periences and the hardships whicl they encountered over forty yeai- ago will win the admiration o even the most ardent Northern sympathizer for a people who were so loyal willing to surrender all they had and even lay down their own life for a cause they thought to be right Not one laurel should be plucked from the Southern sol dier but honor alike the hallowed memories of those who followed the lost fortunes of Lee and Jackson and those who followed the victorious flames of Grant Sherman annd Sheridan for their imperial duties of valor were lessons to an admiring world THE newspaper fraternity of the State especially are pleased to know that Editor Louis Landrum of the Lancaster Record who ha been so sorely afflicted for the Pas severalweeks is again able to re sume his duties at his office Mr Landrum who is President of the K P A is one of the most popular members of the association THE terrible defeat which Rus sia has received from Japan a country which is no more than a speck on the globe as compared with Russia forcibly impresses the fact that it is not so much the quan tity which counts most Deelighted doesnt begin to describe how much the President has enjoyed occupying the center of the worlds diplomatic stage POLITICS AND POLITICIANS Former Governor Robert L Taylor Tennessee has formally announced his candidacy for the United States Senate against Sen ator E W Carmack who stand- for reelection The former Gov eruor says he wishes to submit hi claim to a Democratic primary e BRITISH NEWSPAPERS LAUD ROOSEVELT Glowing tributes to President Roosevelts successful diplomacy again occupy the foremost place in the London morning newspapers The Morn ng Post in an edito rial characterizes it as both a personal and national triumph and declares that no other man would have ventured even to attempt what President Roosevelt has achieved Continuing the Morning Post says No President since Lincoln has so impressed himself on the imag ination and respect of Europe and Asia His success implies acknowledgement of the moral posi tion America holds in international Daily Chronicle calls it the splendid beginning of the Presidents determination to pursue a world policy while the Daily Telegraph again insisting on the absolute sincerity of Russia in the negotiations says The pessimists fail to take intoI account the position of President Roosevelt He is the last man in the world to allow himself to be made a fool of and any affront put upon him by either beligerent would be most wanton and inexplicable foolishness NEWS ITEMS New York City is to have a newc skyscraper hotel to cost 15000 ooo A regular eighteenhour service between Chicago and New York has been installed by the Penrsyl vania railroad J I III Invitations have been made pub by the War Department for kids for the construction of railroads in the Philippines Gov Folk of Missouri has writ ten an Evansville minister that he will deliver an address to the ministers of that city The Lexington jury in the case of Garfield Smith who killed Win Moore last November found him guilty annd fixed his punishment at death Both the Russian and Japanese Governments have accepted Presi dent Roosevelts suggestion and a meeting of the two contending Powers is assured William 11 Hoops Jr who was in charge of the automobile that punged into the Chicago river Saturday night causing the death of three persons was arrested for criminal carelessness The Government has ordered cpies of a photograph of the Pref idens hunting party destroyed be cause the abbreviated skirt of a young lady ci the party reviaed too plainly in the picture a parr of very pretty ankles The Chicago and Alton railroads used the wireless telegraph to com municate with a moving train with perfect satisfaction and the officials announce that the system would be installed for the use of the train beImade almost impossible It is known officially at Wash ington that three cities under consideration by Russia and Japan ns a location for the peace conference are Washington The Hague and Geneva The probabilities are that one of these will be selected London and Pans will be elimina ted from the possibilities The Chicago Team Owners As sociation which employs 8000 men has decided to remain neutral in the labor troubles now in pro gress Negotiations for a settle- appxreutltpresent and unless concessions are made bv both sides a settlement seems a long way off The stamp collecting hobby is a neverfailing goldmine to the United States Government Stamp collectors and dealers every year 1pay into the treasury many thou sands of dollars for which jyou ruigut say get absolutely nothing in re turn Some of the big dealers in New York and in Europe carry as much as 25000 worth of un cancelled stamps of this country at all times When you know that there are 10000 and more stamp dealers in all parts of the world you begin to realize what a tre mendous sum their stock of our stamps represents The United States once fought a naval battle with Japan in which victorssThe American force was com McDougalsconsisted of the Wyoming a sec ond class 720ton sloop carrying six guns The Japanese had three improvised warships converted merchantmen mounting 20 guns among them These were aided by seven land forts with 30 guts of the best type of the time The action fought July 10 1862 lasted just one hour At the end of that that time the Japs didnt have any warships or forts left The Commonwealth moved to dismiss the warrants charging Judge James Hargts Alex Hargis and B F French with complicity- in the murder of J B Marcum when the hearing of the accused was commenced Jackson Wednesday County Attorney Blanton stating that the motion was made at the request of Dan Hurst iathert inlaw of the murdered man rheI defendants objected and Magis trate Burton overruled the motion Magistrate Combs refused to preside owing to his relations with the Hargises Gen Stephen D Lee command erinchief the U C V in his opening address at the Reunion in Louisville Wednesday said in part We come together because we love the past because our lives have been linked together by a great experienceby the richest deepest experience that has come to any generation of Americans by a common story so rich in heorism in sacrifice in patriotism that t everything else we remember grows federacyr all our lives and under every con dition maintained our selfrespect and in old age now we see we have m = m GIVE OUTL GEORGE Hello Olmrlev whats the matte mow You always get in troible every time you go to A C lliatts cheap store Your old ball horse give out lgainCHARLEYYes George I only took 250 but I cant get home with what I bought unless you will loan me your old Bob to put in with mine Tell everybody to call at A C lliatts for bat gains A C KIATT BrA Tr ICY- MILLINERY 1 I aiEEfi 8eee I MilliNERY I BARGAINS = wE will place on sale beginning MONDAY JUNE 19tha lot of Trimmed Hats at great reduction e Now is your chance for a pretty summer hat I- EO Mrs OLEO BROWNfiIII MT YKIJXOX KY G fleLlii1 m 1I MILLINERY I1GrIeflO w101elworldour ren counltryour sons and grandsons to follow the flag that our forefathers filled w IOyalhjBest the union of our fathers With us now all passion and bitterness have passedaway Ve are holding only to all that is sweetest and best and tenderest in living BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL The Institute closed Tuesday for the summer vacation Here after it will be known by the name n hch heads the notes The dor mitory church and ministers house will be respectively the Langdon Dormitory the vI Far land Church and the McFarland ManseITeachers and student yester day Miss Fish spends her summer in Colorado Miss Forsyth in Pikeville Miss Nicholas visits Miss Outline before going to her home in Shelby ville She expects to spend the summer in Chicago Next year she will teach in Aber deer S D Some new mbers of the faculty are Miss Grace M Sisson a grid uate of Boston University who will have charge of English and Science Miss Edith A Demo rest a graduate of the Michigan Teachers College who assisted by Miss Forsyth will have charge of the Primary and Miss Nell Katherine Jordon a pupill of Mr Frank Tubbs of New York City who will have charge of the Music De partment The number enrolled Sept 19 was seventeen Jan 9 seventy April 10 fiftysix rhe average attendance during the fall term was twentyfive during the winter sixtyeight during the spring for tvfive Throughout the year the daily attendance has been very lit tie below the number belonging This together with the fact that the school with nothing but hard work to hold pupils continued a month later than usual is encouraging for itshows the right atti tude on She part of the patrons to ward good scholarship The names of those students who were Functual in attendance and who did specially good work will be published next week IN Take LAXATINK BROMO QUININE Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature is on each box 25cts IHALes QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 2 i Which iect Three times two is or ARE six2 2 She fed the SITTING or the SETTING hen WhY2 3 The Smrr iN VhyIWhs Current Events Which is the better equiped for war Russia o r Japan Which has the greater population and in what ratio Why do the Japs have no fear of death on the battle field How long has Japan been known to civilized nations 2 6 John Smith said I don t know WHERE I will teach this yea or notc correct in full2 7 Dr Jones sail the sick man is i MIGHTY had SHAPE 2 8 Jim Brown says I taken done I come I seen 2 8 Some men and very few women use NooYork Tcosday and kindred pronunciations Are they correct 2 9 Spell the word SEEP to ooze out Mr Ed without aid and Ill treat you J N BROW- NRELIGIOUS The International Missionary Union will be held at Clifton Spring- N Y June yth isth All foreign missionaries are asked to attend The world wide Baptist Congress will be held in London England July nth iSth There will be twenty delegates from Louisville The Rev Henry M Scudder of Carlisle last Sunday rounded out his fortyeighth year as pastor of the Presbyterian Church at Eliza villeThe oldest man present at the Presbyterian Assembly in Texas was Rev Johnson aged ninety ix years strong and erect andwho had preached for sixtyfour years The Reformed Presbyterians of Pittsburg have expelled a member who accepted a nomination for Con gress on the Prohibition ticket a rule of the church prohibiting its members from going into politics FIRST BIG SHOW COMING Pnt your business cares aside for one day and make the advent of the Great Van Amburg Show a holiday The only big show coming this year coming on its special trains and will pitch its tents in Mt Vernon on Tuesday June 27 Dont fail to see the grand free street parade in the forenon NO SECRET ABOUT IT It is no secret that for cuts burns ulcers fever sores sore eyes boils etc nothing is so effective Bucklens Arnica Salve It asf take long to cure a bad sore I and it is all O K fur sore eyesJ Hopelrex VEGETABLE SICILIAN Uail4RenewerRenews the hair melees it new again restores the freshness Just what you need if your hair is faded orturning gray for it always restores the color Stops falling hair alsouSzlS7wf2Sa1 L The of the is a ser at in Gar rard Cafe in ing to kill lira shot his took in the and Tu to the sin t hint who had was fired on by aad the him with a The men are in a was in by E H of He will take to from him and some will not it is who is the of of the j The has a tax of five cents on each 100 of and a tax of for the of a new jail has been a deal of and and his over the mat ter of a new At the to meet and a tax it to do so and had the for The jail will cost If havent a reeuUr violent physic or pill Is Tlu let health Address are for Pain is If it will save you and any one of For sale by all eyes free and to fit by S C lin Mt Ky juu t and i INTWO building and must CUT HALF INit Clothing of aF Kinds PRICESt Dress Goods that Own Price LARGE SONS STOCK OF f construction work origin trouble unknown- In fight during religious vices Gumms Chapel county Tudor attempt Murphy brother Olde Tudor Murphy refuge church Cafe followedGMurphy front bench down Magistrrte Stapp been summoned Tudor officer shotgun three wounded dangerous conditionIcounty Frankfort Tuesday accompanied Attorney Patten Jackson steps prevent Judge Hargis ousting appointing Superuintendent Fuqua sendex BreathittIcounty until settled beyond question County Super intendent Schools county Laurel County Fiscal Court levied twenty worth property poll fifty cents purpose building county There great trouble between Circuit Judge Faulkner County Judge Reams Fiscal Court building jail oneItime after having ordered Court levy andI failing Judge Faulkner ordered warrants issued members arrested BEST 18000I MLo1 yourboweladangerous keepingtheCANDY CATHARTiO CANDYPleasant and60centaperbor NewYorkKEEP SPRAINED ANKLE STIFF NECK LAME SHOULDER These three common ailments which Chamberlains Balm especially valuable promptly applied time money suffering when troubled with these ailments druggists Your tested glasses guaranteed Frank Vernon 2tf fOmYSKmNEYQJP Bakas Kidneys Bladder CUT 12 OC T JL Vy JLV V JU i you examined our lineji Sof Spring and Summer SHOEj-y SfIf n beforebUYI ng r PRICE and QUALITY both will suit J Ott4c 11 Yours for businessPl- ione GG ROBT COXPhone GG fky r coNMCCZ ME i i J E invite all to come and see us At my store you will always find a good selection o 11 IJ0 nJq Notions CLOTHING e nilIYours very truly I Phone No 83 JONAS McKENZIE UBamamfaammr JONAS MCKENZIE N YOUR BANKING No matter how small no mattter how large THE BANK of MT VERR Gft will give it careful attention This message applies to the men and the women alike Remember we pay 3 per cent interest on all deposits of 100 or more when loft with the bank and not checked upon for a period of six months or more OffICERS CashierJQ JitaJSHORTEST Cincinnati Lexington Chattanooga Knoxville Asheviile Charleston iySavannah Atlanta Jacksonville ii Birmingham New Orleans iOrsand Texas Points E AtKENTrav Passr Agt 89 E Main St rrington Ky Vi A GARPITTT Gen Mgr W C RINEARSON On Pass A rt GCINCINNATI G tara rt 1 U To Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine TaMets Seven jyi ion loses sold In post 12 months Signature f r LINEtrBrttLe J Q f7L z Cures Grip 1 jia Two Days M on every bo 25c- r i MT VERNON SIGNAL MTVE1NONKY JUNE 161905 29Call up No 79 crier vot to Commune cute with SIGNAL 79 RCo TIME TABLEI 21 north 124 P m 24 north 332 a m 23 south 124 p m 21 South 1236 amI TAS LANDRUM Agent Phony No 58 Entered at the Alt Vernon Ky Postoffice as seeond class mail mat- terPEI1S0Ah Elbert Hansel has gone tofireing Mrs Ellen Welsh left for Louis ville Monday Miss Reca Baker went to Stan ford Monday Coloirado in the near future Hon R H Tomlinsou was over from Lancaster Wednesday Walter Mullins will start from Aztec N M for Mt Vernon in a f daysMrs Taylorand little son Eugene are visiting relatives at Hazel Patch Mrs D R Brock and daughter Miss Marie of London are visiting relatives here Mrs S L Whitehead of Nor ton Va was the guest of relatives here this week E D Hansel was at home from Lawrenceburg Sunday He is looking hale and hearty James Brannamau son of H S Brannaman who was seriously in jured in the Paris yards is improv ingS F Brown came in from Me Alister I T Sunday for a weeks v stay with his parents at Level Green Night Agent J J Lawrence is taking a few days off and Warren Hughes of Stanford is working in his place Mrs Elizabeth Carson of Crab Orchard and Miss Joan Craig were guests of Mrs Solomon Riddle Tuesday Rev Baxter will take a six weeks vacation and during that time there will be no services at the Presbyterian church E T Wheeler the handle man has gone to Illinois to be away a month for the purpose of closing out a mill at that point Mr and Mrs Jasper s have returned from a four t isit to their daughter monthsI B Spratt at Hamilton Ohio R B Hatcher of Level Green and S H Martin of Maretburg are two of the Rockcastle Confed erates who attended Reunion Tom Stewart who is just home from the Danville law school will stay in Co C Williams office until SeptemberiW C Pettus the ard druggist was here yesterday with a view of buying the tock of drugs of the Mt Vernon Drug Co tofAztec N M for his health has sufficiently recovered to go to Col orado to take charge of a brass bandAtty C C Williams will leave about July 1st for a visit to Cali fornia Portland Ore and Seatle Washington to be gone about four Inspector Shackelford met with the Royal Arch Chapter here Monday night He expressed himself as being very favorably im pressed with the Chapter at this placeP W Clark one of the good substantial citizens of the county 4ha had a close run for his life for the past few days with stomach trouble We are glad to be able to report him better at this time Deputy Sheriff R L McFerron arrested W M Gabbard of Jackson county at Livingston Sunday and took him to Manchester Sun day night where he was wanted for deserting a chIld under six years old Attorney J W Brown Judge- S D Lewis F L Thompson W G Nicely County Attorney LW Bethurum 15 G Baker R A Wbilebead W A B Davis and several others whose name we are unable to get went to the Reuuion H 7 K 0 C A ILRemember the Masonic celebra tion at Brodhead June 24 IPatent Medicines Mt Vernon Drug Co jun2tf ISam Mullins wife colored died wasIlions of the passenger trains were run this week in order to carry the people going to the Reunion Sewing machine needles belts and other repairs found at S C Franklins Mt Vernon Ky Mail orders have prompt attention jun 2tf The indication are that we will soon have a new section house The old one will be torn down and a new one erected near the east end of the switch Mrs Grabeel wife of Mr Gra beel the lumber inspector died at her home on Eagle creek last Fri day Her remains were taken to Eubanks Station Pulsski county for burial This makes three deaths iu Mr Grabeels family in the last four weeks his wife and two chil drenMASONIC CELEBRATION Brodhead Lodge No 566 F A M will celebrate St Johns day at the Fair grounds Brod head June 24th Prominent speak ers music dinner on the ground free for Masons Everybody re quested to bring a basket The Mt Vernon Collegiate Institute having been bought by the Brown Memorial Church of Baltimore the school will hereafter be known as the Brown Memorial School No formal transfer of the property has as yet been made but will be before the opening of the next term Many improvements will be mad- eUptodate furniture suits fold ing beds iron beds matresses springs pillows sideboards bat racks tables chairs rockers car pets matting rugs druggets wall paper and everything kept in a firstclass furniture store Ve pay freight to your depot- TRIBBLE PENCE may 19 tf Stanford Ky tbeIciation will be held at Crab Orchard in Lincoln County on the 1112 and 13 of July 1905 A special rate will be made at the hotel for all attorneys and their wives also- a one and onethird fare on railroads A large attendance is expected and an enjoyable time sured We the undersigned merchant of Brodhead Ky hereby agree to close our stores Saturday June 24 from ii until 2 ockck on account of celebration by Masons and in order to give allan opportunity lo attend same- SOWDER OWENS J THOS CHERRY T S FRITH SON AL- BRIGHT ADAMS JOHN ROBINS DUNN HAMM Mr Nath Woodcock one of the oldest and most popular salesmen- on the road was found dead in his room at the Tribble hotel Junction City Wednesday morning Mr Woodcock was among the first drummers who ever crme to Mt Vernon having sold his first bill to Messrs M J Miller J J Williams and Harrison Carpenter about 68 He was a great joke teller and when Uncle Nath tt as he was familiaily called came t town every body was anxious to see and hear him tell some of his favorite stories His suddeu and untimely death came as a grea shock to many friends who least suspected such a thing His remains were laid to rest in the cemetery of his home town Danville George D French of Rockcastle County Kentucky was elected president of the Southern Literary Society ol Valparaiso College on June 1905 He received a large majority over two other contestants Two of the boys were Kentuckians and the other from Texas His election was due to his ability of gaining the esteem his associates The Southern So ciety is the largest in the North The people from the North as well as from the South meet every Sat urday evening in the law building a1dliteraryin August and here is success to Kentuckys mountainjson 1905I x G M Ballard was adiuhifclrator of the appointedI Clark deceased D C J Fish and Dr M Pennington were appointed appraisers Von SAUJ OiieSlcelLihtniiJg hay press in good working order Will sell cheapN GOODMAN jun 92t CRAB ORCHARD KY In canning your fruits and vege tables use the A W canning compound Its pure and heajthful saves your canned or uncanued fruits fruit juices and vegetables Raw or cooked fruits all retaining natural flavor Corn and beans look andtaste as though just from vefullpound for i by Mrs M M Maret agent Ml Vernon Ky who has ussd the compound during three years and fully recommends To the school patrons of Rock- c sstle county Below you will find the text books that will be used the ensuing school year After this year the uniform system will come in use in this county G M BALLARD Supt Stickneys First Second Third Fourth and Fifth Readers Shay lor and Shattucks Medial Writing Books Baldwins Primer Harr ingtons Complete Speller Kin keads History of Kentucky Barnes Primary United States History Barnes Brief History of the United States Rand McNal lys Primary Geography Rand McNallys Grammar School Geog raphy Ky Ed Halls Primary Grammar Halls Practical Gram mar Wentworth Elementary and Practical Arithmetic Overtons Primary Intermediate and Advan cedPhysiology Townsends Shorter Course in Civil Government Writinginmary New Common School and New High School Dictionary Under a splendid halftone The Volusia County Record of De Laud Fla pays Judge Isaac A Stewart a former Rockcastle citizen the following high tribute When the Criminal Court of Record was established in 1891 Judge Stewart was appointed its Judge by Governor Fleming to hold the position until the meeting of the legislature iu 1893 On the convening of the legislature he was appointed by Governor Mitchell for four years and confirmed by the Senate At the expiration ofthis time he was reappointed by Governor Bloxham and confirmed by the Senate Four years later he was again reappointed by Governor Jennings and confirmed by the Senate having previously been nominated in the primary Judge Stewart again became a candidate for leappointment in 1904 andwas nominated by a voteof almost three againsthim confirmedsnow s fifteenth year as Judge of this Court awl it is safe to stare that no coup clpablehonorabl is faithful hones capable upright and fearless His long and faith broughthimand lawabiding class Judge Stew art has never c tered to the wishes of the dishonest or lawless class and among thdse he has some bitter enemies but they count for noth ing as thereat enough good peo ple in Volusia county to see that no harm comes to him in taking care of their interests on thebench- H i was born and reared in Kentucky and held the office of Coun ty Attorney of Rockcastle county comesher people more than twenty years ago Judge Stewart was reared on time farm and still retains his inter est in agriculture and now has grovesIe is a graduate of two law schools and is a member of the bar of Supreme Court of the United States hadta I of years he was associatedwith Arthur G Hamlin now of the law firm of Parrott Hamlin in the practice of law On the dissolution of this firm he formed a partner ship with Egford Bly a talented lawyer and a graduate of the law school of Ann Arbor Michigan under the firm name of Stewart Bly which firm enjoys a large and lucrative practice Judge Stewart will remain Judge of the Criminal Court of Record o f Volusia county as long as he may desire provided it is left to the peo afpolitical allwayshim in the backnever never deceit in any political or stabbingI transaction If he is YOUIcan forhis = r 1 connItryandexchange flour or merchandise- for same HOUK ADAMS apraitf Ml Vernon Ky The Kockcastle County Teachers Institute will be held in Mt Vernon beginning Monday July 3rd Will the Boardof Trustees- of each district througout the coun ty please inform their teachers ac cordiugly G M BALLARD Supt Henderson and Barre brothers of Penu who bought the lot from Willis Adams joining Kruegers lime kiln property began boreing morning for gas They commence work at once on a large lime kiln and if successful in finding gas the same will be used in burning the lime The success or failure of this well mealier much for the future of Mt Vernon and Rockcastle county Should a nice flow of gas be found it means that several wells will go down at once With plenty of gas the as suranze is amply sufficient that other things will come which will make Mt Vernon one of the best tows in the State LIYINGSP0 t Messrs John A Mullins Geo Reynolds and Logan Salyers of Corbin visited their families here Sunday Mrs Brack Graves spent Sunday with her husband at Cor binMiss Georgia Maret and brothers James and Willie of Parksville are guests of their aunts Mesdames Mart Hicks and Logan Salyers Mrs Della Andrews of Marion Ind visited relatives here last weekMrs Claude Linville- of Paris visited her mother Mrs Brack Graves last weekMrs J B Hayes is visiting her daughter Mrs Ed Quinn at Covington Misses Helen Davis Martha Wallen Ella Krieuer Louise Davis PhllilChilesMoore Ireland Davis of Paris and Wellington Winston of Richmond Va were the guests last week of Miss Laura Clay and James Clay at a house party given at the handsome home of Mr and Mrs John Ireland Mrs John Howell and daughter Gertrude went to Lebanon Junction TuesdayClarence- 1lmore returned hohie Sunday aL- ter a ten days visit with relatives in CincunatilIrs James Davis of Knoxville was theguest of her sister Mrs E L Cockrell last week She was accompanied home by Miss Anna Fishback Dad Orndorff of the Lt N spent Saturday and Sunday with his family Mrs Egbert Hayes and Arney Wilbourne of East Bern stadt were the guests of Mr aiu Mrs Geo Griffiii SundayHarry Jenkins Alva and Oscar Argen bright Roy Mullins Bob Muck Charles Will and Lawrence Rice and Bennet Fowler were called to Lebanon Junction Sunday Mr and Mrs Henry Burton and family have moved from East Bernstadt and reside in the Bowman Cock rell addition Floyd Bryant felloff a step ladder Friday and broke three ribs He is able to be out Mr Ottie Reynolds of ebanon Junction was the guest of Mrs Geo Reynolds last week Katie Lee Elmore has been on the sick listMiss Mayme Jones of Mt Verron was the guest of Miss Mattie McFerrou Sunday Mrs George Reynolds entertained a number of friends at dinner Thurs day The guestswere Mesdaiiies Cook Shearer McGuire Ann Ow ens David Griffin Miss Bettie French and Miss Lida CookMrs- W C Mullins celebrated her birth day anniversary with a dinner Sun day June 11th Those present were the Tubbs family Mr and Mrs E S Elmore Mrs Roy Mullins and Louis Elmore A good old fashioned dinner with frozen Tom and Jerry cake and campagne was serv ed Mrs John Ireland was called to Paris Tuesday on accouut of the serious condition of her father Mules mother and sister Mrs John A Mullins and Miss Bert Mullins Miss Carry Morris has been very AjI rs Sometimes the hair is not property nourished It suffers for food starves Then it falls out turns prematurely gray Ayers Hair Vigor is a Hair Vigor II hair food It feeds nourishes growslongdruff disappears hair was coning ont terribly I was StairVigorrestored the natural coon bins E 0 Tending J CoAtldrugetatsl Poor Hair y L 62 orrc IiGrand SUMMEROfferings SP ff= j i foodsLawnsj calico etc is the largest and i complet in town and prices cheap 8Hanlbergk of nevelty trimmings in all the latest deW I sIgnsWR HOES Our stock of Shoes is always larger and we give better shoes for M the money than anvbOllv See our line or Oxtorcls for men lan m1w lJ dies and children in tan and Patent leather before buying elsewhere i MATTINGS 7r FURNITURE g FARMERS i some money tr We thank our friends for their patronage in the past and cordially invite all to come and share alike in the many bargains We are offering in our big stock of goods J PE 100LBS t 45vi E have the Goods you want and are making the price to suit y R sickMr and Mrs Stuckey and Miss Stuckey of Sumpter S C are visiting Mr and Mrs J R Stuckey Mr J R Stuckey Mrs Stuckey and Mr Stuckey father went toEbuisville Thursday morn ingThe ladies of the Christian churchwillgive an ice cream sup 19thillcordiallyrnvitcd the Presbyterian church Friday evening Sunday morning and Sun day evening Welcome ROCKCASTLE Real Esta teCoM- T VERSOS itr 0 JUI farms etc advertised under this lead will be advertised and sold on a per cent and if no sale is made uo cost for advertising FARM No lThis farm of 317 acres located on Negro creek near Brodhead Ky is one of the best farms in the county and will be sold at a bargain the Owner being unable to properly look after same because of his health The entire farm is under fence 170 acres in cultivation balance timbered three houses on farm good wells and springs and plenty of good stock good orchard watcrJAlso F of 300 acres which will be sold in two separate tracts if desired This farm is located on theMt Vernon and Somerset road mar Level Green Ky and is located in the best forming 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 pOi tolllee and in one of the best communities in the county A great bargain FARM No iA farm of 185 acres located near Maretburg and a very desirable farm 140 acres under fence and in cultivation balance 40 acres timber Good houses neverfailing spring and well splendid orchard close to school house church and post oflice A most desirable location and- a splendid bargain Any one wishing a small farm can buy a 70 acre tract off of this farm but no buildings would be included on the 70 acre tract if division is made aI FARM No 41m acres near head well fenced plenty good water good orchard Plenty timber to run farm good residence and one tenanti house Can be bought for Ai great bar tween FARM ainIacres in cultivation balance timbered two houses and well watered Will sell cheap TOWN PROPERTY A desireable piece of town property located in Mt Vernon Two story house four good lots and 8 acres of pasture to go at a bargain Property will be divided up and sold in any way to suit buyer A real bargain for anyone desiring property in Mt Vernon The strike at Chicago apparently has resolved itself into a test of endurance both sides declaring they have reached the limit as far as hope of settlenm ent is concerned 1rUSB laarvaaacDCCG o rv1 ARKSCTIXQ Boots Shoes Rubbers 1CJSaIesB a- IIperIIsuitsIIIiiInddealingsg LOlA I vr1 VVJ Itnntnt tttnt tIt nttnttttn t11 Willis Griffin PRACTICAL s = UNDERTAKER = AND ZZ FUNERAL DIRECTOR = Mt Vernon Ky H Stock Complete Can furnish on short no jrrtiee Metalic Collins and Caskets and have Embalming Ss Edoue Fine Hearse attached =s ww ORDERS by wire Promptly Pilled = EPhone No 63 = i111111111111111111111111111111i111111111111111i111i111111 i111i111l11111 The YELLOW Front THE OLD RELIABLE BEST DRUGSTORE IN THE COUNTY Cheapest Drugs Anywhere No Charge for Prescriptions Childrens Diseases a Specialty- All come for fair treatment ProprPHONE JC i GRANVILLE OWENS iICOMPLETE LINE iAllFilled iat IWeveUncleSam As our agent to snow and SEIIour goodsiand au investment through us better than a Govern ment Itoud This is a special offering of wens Suits at1D and 15 I Iwellr IlineLEVYSThird and MarKet LOUISViLLE c f FOLEYS KID EY CURE Will positively cure any case of Kidney- or Bladder disease not beyond the reach of medicine No medicine can do more FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE strengthens the urinary organs builds up the kidneys and invigorates the whole system- IT IS GUARANTEED TWO SIZES 50c and 100 SOLD RECOHHENDED BY 51 r mr I MT VERNON DRUG CO KENTUCKY 3 John A Joyce in the Cattletsburg Daily Press Kentucky 0 Kentucky- I love your blue grass va s Your girls of matchless beau y And your glorious unny days Where flowers are ever blooming And bourbon juices flov Reminding me of childhood And the sweets of long ago Kentucky 0 Kentucky Wherever I may stray I hold in grand devotion Your sons of blue and gray And though the world rebukes me On land or stormy sea I find sweet consolation In contemplating thee Kentucky 0 Kentucky- No other land or clime Can banish thy remembrance And the lovelit golden time Tint I pIssed amid thy bowers With glorious girls and boys In concentrated pleasure And illumitable joys Kentucky 0 Kentucky In the parlor street or fair shine among the millions And are always getting there Heroic in your manner To truth and love and an- A commonwealth of glory With a royal hand and heart Kentucky 0 Kentucky When I draw my latest breat h I only crave the pleasure To go to thee in death And if no otLer haven Shall ever shine for me Ill be content forever If my dust be mixed with thee THE SALVE THAT PENETRATES DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve pen etrates the pores of the skin and by its antiseptic rubifocient and healing influence it subdues inflama tion and cures boils burns cuts eczema tetter ring worm and all diseases A specific for blind bleeding itching and protrudin piles The original and genutn Witch Hazel Salve is made by E C DeWitt Co and sold by Mt Vernon Drug Co AN EXPERIENCED SHOWMAN The many years devoted exclu sively to the show business by Mr Van Amburg placed him at th very head of show managers in this country Having accumulated a fortune in the show business while yet a young man he saw it swept from him in the great Chicago fire With the assistance of friends who knew his ability and integrity he had his show on the road again the next season larger and better than ever and today has the best tented show traveling Many remember in years visiting the Great Van Amburg Show and that they al ways had the satisfaction of know ing they got the worth of their money After years of successful show business it is his aim in life to sustain his wellearned reputa tion by giving to the public an amusement of whch he is justly proud This show will give two performances in Mt Vernon on Tuesday June 27 one at 2 oclock in the afternoon and the other at 8 oclock in the evening The fr outdoor exhibitions given at th show grounds immediately after the grand free street parade are worth going miles to see Premier Ramstedt in an inter view at Stockholm says the Swed ishGovernment will refuse to re cognize the Norwegian revolution and will submit to the Riksdag mo tions conformable to that stand point He believes that no foreign power will recognize Norway as an governmentST For Pure Erompt Precise Pre scription work go to the Mt Ver non Drug Co jun2 tf lOLmIlONEYAtmTARfer y r e a u be 27 t 1 oil were town on the O for trains 35 thus Govern going and but the truth Is exactly opposite of Inflames the nerves of thus secrete of all of protects nerves and cures bad sour the Stomach Prepared E fc BY MT CO Passed Stone and With Excruciating Pains A Thurnes Creek Coal Co 0 have been afflicted and bladder for pass ing gravel or stones Other only gave relief taking FOLEYS KIDNEY the result was surprising A few doses started the like fine etc and now have no across my kidneys and feel like a new man FOLEYS KIDNEY has done me 1000 worth Ho Other Can Compare With It Thos W of Ashboro N C had Kidney Trouble and one of FOLEYS KIDNEY effected a perfect cure and he says is no remedy that will compare it 1 You skin past C minr On itS Own Train THE GREAT VAN AMBURG SNOB Hippodrome Museum and Trained Anim Exposition WILL POSITIVELY EXHIBIT AT 1 Vernon Tuesday June 211 Combined on scale of Magnitude never attempted before Coming in all its vast entirety Bigger Better Greater Grander tha eer before A Magnificent Display of Entirely Now Features Grand Gigantic Moral Museum of Marvels The Great New Golden Menagerie Many Strange Zoological Specimens Including the Rarest Animals in Captivity The Lioness QUEEN and family of young cubs A 25000 Featurethe largest liv ing Hippopotamus in captivity weighing 0 009 pounds A Mon ster Blood Sweating Behemoth of Holy Writ Captured in tl densest Morass of the wildest regions of the mysterious River Nile ZOOLOGICAL GARDEN to your city on wheels The Human Meteors the LaPearl family of Sensational Aerialists perpendiceOrganizationGRAND PAGEANT The new costly Steam Piano to seen daily in our Free Spectacular New Street Parade A Grand Gala Dao Remember the day and Tuesday June for the coming event One ticket admits to all advertised shows All children half price No gambling or swind vaseconcern PTwo Performonces Daily Doors open at 7 p m Three paying wells BeaVerjCreekborder The authorities of Quincy Ky arrested two freight conductors C Sunday blocking the street crossings with theirI Passenger train No6 was delayed minutes stopping Government mails Now ment authorities are after QuincyofficfalsI of Indigestion Causes theethstCatarrhdyspepsia tha Indigestion causes catarrh Re peated attacks Indigestion tha mucous membranes lining stomachand exposes the the stomach us- Ing the glands to mucin Instead 1calledKodol QyspepsiaOure1 jelleves inflammation the mucoui membranes lining the stomach the breath risings Indigestiondyspepsia Kodol Digests What You Eat Make Sweet t1oathetrialby DeWITT Ohlcaio FOR SALE VERNON DRUG fC Gravel H Mgr Wills Buffalo writes eel with kidney trouble years with excruciating pains medicines After CURE brick dust stones pain CURE of good Remedy Carter bottle CURE there with AND her brought STREET and date Prepare and TO THE WEST SOUTHWEST CALIFORNIA ETC Best reached via Missouri Pacific Railway or Iron Mountain Route from St Louis Cairo or Memphis greatly reduced Oneway Colonist rates on February 21 March 21 IgOS 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 sal every firsta d third Tuesdays of eachmonth limited 21 days Lands are cheap rates are low Cheap round trip rates now in effect t winter resorts of the West an Southwest Liberal limits and stop over privileges Daily through SLouisor iron Mountain Route also per sleeperTuesdays chaugDescriptive particlamTicket Agent or address R T G 301IGen Clement A Evans of Atlanta President of the Confederat Memorial Association announced that the fund of 200000 for build ing Battle Abbey had been com pletedand that at the meeting beheld in Louisville this week the association would choose a site and accept plans for the building J tiis i tJi KENTUCKY FAIR DATES The follcwiug are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1905 as far as reported Brodhead August 163 days London A ugust243 days Crab Orchard July 193 days Houstonville July 263 days Madisonville Aug 15 days Fanville Aug 23 days Harrodsburg Aug 84 days Fern Creek Aug I54 days Shepefdsville Aug 154 days Lawrenceburg Aug r54 day Vauceburg Aug I64 days Guthrie Aug Ij23 days Shelbyville Aug 224dayS Springfield Aug 23 4 days Nicholasville Aug 29 3 days Bardstown Aug 304 days Somerset Aug 294 days Florence Aug 394 days EIiz bethtown Sept 53 days Glasgow Sept 134 days The Kentucky State Fair Lex ngton September 186 days Henderson Sept 266 days Falmouth Sept z74 days Owensboro October ro5 days JUSTVUATEvERYONESHOULD Do Mr J T Barber of Irwinville Ga a wavskeepsa bottle of Cham Colic Cholera and Diarr hem Remely at hand ready for stant use Attacks of colic cholera morbus and diarrhoea come on IIso suddenly that there is no time to hunt a doctor or go to the store for medicine Mr Barber says I have tried Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Reme d v which is oue of the bestmedidnes I ever saw I keep a bottle of in my room as I have had several attacks of colic and it has proved evieer For by all druggists Paints oils varnish Mt Vernon Drug Co jun 2tf LAND STUCK AN D CROP There is going to be trouble harvesting the immense wheat crop of Kansas Forty thousand are now wanted for the work C L Ryle bought over 17000 bushels of wheat last week in Woodford and Jessamine counties atr and 105 Woodford Suu- WM Robbshipped rto Cincinnati Friday a doubledeck of lambs that cost 6 cents Robert Gay of this county sold to W B Greene 98 dryfed cattle average ii4olbs at 4 65 lass 25Winchester Democrat The wheat cror this yew is somewhat advanced and in some instan ces it is reported that harvesting will begin this week By the lat ter part of next week if the weaih eer remains propitious harvesting will be on Jin full blast and the golden grain will be stacked over all the broad fields of the county nevergdace better promise Of course there are numerous things which can yet happen to it but it is hoped none of these will occur and that the grain will be safely garneredin stateDanvillesNews The laxative effect of Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets s so agreeable and so natural that you do not realize it is the effect of a medicine Sold by all druggists August Heckscher well known in New Yolkas a director in many corporations has filed suit against Milliara Edenboin for about 190 ooo for alleged misrepresentations Coaltoand Irom Company stock If ARD Guros Coldei Prevents Pnewnetila OR Jf IN THE STATEIWalter Adkins of Lewis county was sent to the penitentiary thi week for stealing four ducks Woodmen of the Woild cleared i2O3 on their street fir ai d carnival at Hopkinsville lat week Berea College is a beneficiary under the will cf Mre Geo B Ward ot Kgin III and will re cekeioooo At the district meeting of the Knights of Pythias at ShelSyville this week HonJ C S Blackburn was initiated Owensboro claims to have had- a shower offish last week Several years ago they had a shower of plums claimed to have been carried there by a cj cone in Georgia At the Commencement exercises of Georgetown College Monday night Prof Rucker hohis bet n connected with the school for fify years was presented with a band some medal and a purse ofroo in gold by thi students Mrs Sydnor Miller Slaughter the widely known newspaper woman who for a number of years wrote the taller column for the Louisville times has sued W H Slaughter Jr coal merchant fcr divert e busing her claims upon sweeping charges of cruelty aban donnientt ndtfailure to support They were married in 1903 and lived together until May gth mak ing their home in Louisville In the Circuit Court at Cynthi ana Thursday when the case of the Commonwealth agains Curt Jett was called on motion of the Commonwealths attorney itwas fasmous case fought there two years ago This case is the one which Jett was sentenced tq he hung on September 20 1903 and sentence wasreversed by the Court of Ap pels of KentucKY This sentence was for the murder of town marshal James Cockrill at Jacksor Jett is now serving a life sentence at Frankfort for killing James B Marcum WHOOPING COUGH IN JAMAICA Mr J Rily Bennett a chemist of Browns Town Jamaica West India Islands writes I cannot speak too highly of Chamberlains Cough Remedy It has proved it whoopingthis end of the globe It has never failed to relieve in any case where I have recommended it and grate ful mothers after using it are daily thanking me for advising them This remedy is sold by all druggists President Roosevelt returned to Washington at 950 oclock Tues inttUpon conferring with Secretarp Taft and Mr Loeb it was announced that nothing con cerning the negotiations tor peace in the Far East would be made public Before the responses Russsa and Japan are publishe- they will be transmitted formerly inby the President the Russian note to Tokio and the Japanese note to ietsaid to be satisfactory to tire Presi dent and tho assurrnce is gives that there is no hitch in the uego tiatious Wine of Cardui I Cured Her 1 213 South Prior Street ATLANTA GA March 21 1203 I suffered for four months with extreme nervousness and lassitude I had a sinking feeling in my stomachwhich no medicine seemed to relieve and losing my appetite vitalitymustfindofCardedfriends I sent for a bottle u adwas certainly very pleased with the results Within three days my appetite returnedand my stomach coulldigeitmy rrrnduallydiminished difficultyandwell woman cTeaLr Secure a Dollar Bottle of Wine of Cardui today CAtBTORIAB-ess Butt cf thace f iy J Z117- 1L The Kind Yon Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne the signatnre oJ and has becninatlonntlcr his per- sonalfljlfi supervision since its infancy Allow no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare 1 goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation + and Flatulency It assimilates the rood regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYSf Bears the Signature of a Z d The KM You Have Always Bought- In Use For Over 3O Years e MACCABEES K OT Tsar No meets every and 3rd Monday at 730 p m 11I JAS E HOUK Corn CHAt C DAVIS R K 38 Dollars TO California AND THE NORTHWESTmm n m mh FK03I LOIJISYJIJLEI Route JKaT CORRESPONDING Low rates to Washington Oregon Utah Montana and all intermediate points Tickets on sale daily up to and including May 15 1905 3 Also SPECIAL HOMESEEKERS Rates to the West and South west on certain dates eIf you contemplate a trip ask us for rates If you would travel in comfort see thatyour ticketreadsover the HENDER SON ROUTE between Louis Louisdne Free reclining chair cars on all ofour St Louis trains Direct connections in St Louis Union Station with all lines to the West and Southwest L J Agt- LOUISVULR Ky THE SOUTHWEST A GRAND COUNTRY FOR 3IOMESEEKERS AND INVESTORS EXCURSION RATES TWICE HONTHI Arkansas Louisiana and Texas offer the greatest inducements persons dsiring to own the i homes Cheap land producing almost anything that can be grown any where mild climate good schools sarrcundingsand the advantages Unexcelled lot raising fruits and vegetables for early markets Ltnd that can be bought for 5 to roper acre can be made to yield 100 to 200 per acre in orchard and truck farm First and third Tuesdays of each month we sell homeseekers tickets from Memphis and Cairo at one tripApril 11fareISoO East of Memphis and Cairo abovercountry requestL lCINCINNA OAir vosx JL Heart theTGs Bueht y C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY oThegiventoPhone No 80 M L MYERS l Dentist Mt Vernon Ky- FirstClassf I Work OFFICE At residence on Cld Main St known as the C C Williams residence PHONE No 73 Will be in office at BRODHEAD noon every MONDAY noon till Tuesday li 3 C MeCLARY Undertaker Embalmer Complete LINEof CasketsfRobes c Orders by Telephone attended promptly Stanford Ky W M Francisco MONUMENTAL WORKS Brodhead Ky Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones ALL WORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVEN MT VERNON DIRECTORY COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURT Fourth Mon day in each month- QUARTERLY COURT Fiist Mon day in each month CIRCUIT COURT Second Mon day in February Fourth Monday i in May and Third Monday in Sep tember COURTrmonth CHURCHES Services it the Christian Church Preach ing 1st 3r1 Snodus at a m and at 730 p m Sunday School 930 a m every Sunday 730pmIservices on the 4th rfuud 7 morning and evening ThirdSaturdaySchool at 9s nf every Sunday Prayer meeting on Tuesday niiihta MASONIC MondayMT VERNON R A CHAPTER No 140MEETS every SECOND MONDAY t 2 p m aree i KILL THE COUCH CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew r lfUR cNSUMPTION and OlDS I50c IfSurCJt and Quiekeat Curo for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK I SVicmfilJL SUPPLmENT MT VERNON KY JUNE 161905 HAWAIAN ISLANDS Frederick Haskins writing to the Courier Journal sacs Hawaiiabounds ill folklore and weird legends The land it helievpi echo swarm with gnomes and hur- and the water with nymphs and monsters The simpleminded native whose grandfather woul have baeked away from a pair of yjuts like a mustang shying at new harness tells us that the god of tll sir carries around the wind in a cilibash He solemnly relates that an immense birdonce laid an ejj in the ocean which in time vas hatched by the tropic wind ant thus the Hawaiian Islaldswere created Onecf the prettiest legends is that of the cocoanut tree The story goes that a beautiful princess was very much beloved lw one oT the chiet who was a notcJathlete He tried to please her in every way swimming the lakes and hrillg her rare flowers and choice frtsiis from the other side of the island but she would not listen to his suit He found life not worth living without her and expired frost- the pain of his unrequited affection Before he died he said to the princess The time will surely come when you will kiss me of your own free will Years afterward while the prin cess was walking one day by the beach her attention was attracted to a beautiful towering tree of new and strange variety Its tufte head nodded proudly in the win and her eager gaze was centtre upon its delicious fruit Au attend ant procured one of the great green nuts f11lr and as she was in the act of raising it to her lips to drink the milkshe heard a voice say Do embrace me with your own free will The spirit of the prince had taken the form of the cocoanut tree- Another legend concerns the fair valley or Manoa the place of daily rain It was here in the long ago that a lovely princess was muader td by her lover because he thought she had betrayed hun to a go The maiden was really innocent the charge and rather than take revenge for her murder the gods decreed that a gentle rain should tall daily in the place where she had died the sparkling drop of moisture representing the tears ofI the angels and the graces of the departed maiden Thfc valley is one of the most fertile in the region ot Honolulu is owing to the fact that the memory of the gentle princess is kept green by the con slant fall of rain Still another story deals with the cause of the reverence which is shown the hog This animal was not always a lowly beast content to root in the mud and forage for the sake outs appetite It once had the power tr roam the poises a sjons of kings and live upon th milk of the laud One boldrulert came to grief by sending his fol lowers forth to give battle to the hog and destroy it When ap preached the animal seemed docile enough and was led away au unre silting captive When the godsfor the hog was really that in those fold days judged he had gone a proper distance he suddenly turu I td and tore his Captors to pied After this he was treated like a hero and for centuries way regarded as tvalers as a tighter It it takes a notion hush ea handed dovvi posterity as a warning to all pr prodAnother prettv legend is that treie most beautiful woman on the earth gtitain threatening the lives of all OIeie artery a mountain to rest herself Son after her arrival she was disturbed by the turn turn ofa drum She looked about and found that it was being beaten to keep time for a prince who was dancing the huh She straightway uk part in tilt retraint to words of her own composition The prince was naturally sur pried and enchanted by appear wtle fine stranger to the royal indnsnr- offering her refreshments and too After a short courtship they wtre married After living happily t goddessmust return to ner old houe and attend to her duties as the fires tutdks rryeairdd fire to goddess though he instinctively felt that she something more than ordinary mortal He was lout to have her depart and finally prevailed upon her to remain as his consort That is why the heart the volcano became cold and is no longer a menace to tbe safety of the people No reference to the old order things in Hawaii would be complete without mention of the kahuna ur native doctor He was a sort of wiz rJ or soothsayer who was rev pedp He was supposed to hive the power of life and death and it was accepted as a matter of fa awayNlxtthe Hawaiian kahunn is the m mysterious individual of whom t have any account They say it not at all unusual for a man or a man to be prayed to death and tile explanation is the use of fug es tion When the idea of be Ijthesheer force of imagination tegebletai to pravings but there seems to be no evidence to substantiate this claim The reader may scoff at the idea of aloe bring able to pray a person to death but one has only to see baneful light in the kahunas eyes to recognize the presence some strange power Once t idea of death suggests itself to a sick person medicine can do him no good There are those who asall PrincessKaiulaninas It is asserted that the was surrounded by them at y time of her death Of course the kahunas do not have the same hold upon the peo hystrue which really belongs to the- o old generation They are now re withdcordingly Sometime an old in habitant will insist upon being eated by a kahuna but it the na doctor farts a white physician is then called in One of these sooihsayeis is easily distinguished on the streets ol Honolulu bv the scarlet handkerchief he wears around his neck When indoors ofIt the street lie onlv allows hinseif a trace ofscarlet There is one venerable tInt is said to be pyre ninety years ofage living in the hills near Hon 11ululu md win inoted for the wonderful power of hIs ee He is filthy ragged and unkempt bt the strange light in his eye holds the natives in awe and attracts many curious white poople who ant to see what he is like And now leaving the legends lslarldd called Hawaiis skeleton in the Settlentetdis located on a peninsula ot some flee thousand acres in extent It theIby a steep precipice about 1500 fe in height The settlement can on ly be approached bv a small way and two policemen are alwa s on guard here to prevent any of from entering About 140 lepers were sent her e 111ftune to unt there are now about 1000 persons in the community Ntnt tenths ofe piaofc e to people being rarely susceptible to the disease Little is Known of this dreaded malady It is a cure less but P tin1ess affliction and the theory is that it can only he take from contact The first symptom are generally little spots behind the ctears featurestt is patr are carefulis y yeaursttage are found to be nonlepers they are taken to Honolulu and placed in an institution provided for then hese children are carefully shelter ed and nurtured and almost int riably grow up to be useful tit zen5cIt seems horrible to be sent to an out of the tray island for life but it is said that few of those who have been committed to Alolok would care to leave There are schools churches musical societies and a good band There are even tihee e in speed contests The lepers lit e in rows of pretty little houses and may have their gardens d their little fields at They are permitted to mingle of mahey e pays all ofexpenses living an charitablyinclined persons Mippl many com torts such as book magazines music and other luxu ries Once each year an entertain ment is yiveu by the society people of Honolulu and all the proceed are devoted to providing comfort for the lepers No Christmas u holidays is allowed to pass without sending gifts and goodies to tin children on the island To be committed to Molokai is really not sucha great hardship upon any unmarried or unattached person but when a husband o wife becomes afflicted the separi lion is of course a terrible ordeal It is worse than it they were sent to prison for life Worse because the prisoner may be pardoned but dthe leper has nut the slightest hOlc sightsindeparting with a new lot of lepers for Molokai Husband and wife Itare ruthlessly torn from each other a in most all instances those who are not afflicted beg for permission to refer the colony with their loved ours Theie have been instances where a husband would develop into a leper and be sent to andeno means suppot t and these cases are so pitiful thatr shouldIsee them surer Roeupon es and freeetpay a to oftthe tors whichton every They can talk through the fence but there must be no contact affilAnother sad feature of the island is that all children born there must he taken away at the age of seven years unless they have become inoculated in the meantime Imagine the anguish it must mean to a father and mother to look arensoon be taken away from them and that although they may return at inter vals to talk to them that they will nut be permitted to touch them again This is really the essence of tragedy The sad cage of one young wife ito was sent to Molokai would cause the tautest heart to bleed with pity She had only been married a year and her first baby was about to be born when it was discovered that site was in the first theipow to save her from the island but the law was stern and they took her away The case was so ex tremely pitiful that the authorities aiagreed to break the rules for once and allow the husband to remain with his wife until after the birth of their child The baby didnot live a day and the guard in making his rounds found the unfortunate couple entwined in each others arms both in the last long sl ep of death An empty morphine bottle the be lside told the 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