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Published Every Friday I i i OUU er tfl l uaI IIVOLUt t Uw I Rave Many Times Thought How enormous our trade would be providing the people really knew what an uptodate stock we carryand how very cbeapwe sell theme CLOSING OUT Neve but we will give you much better prices than any concern that advertises at cost June is the month of BRIDES and BARGAINS but what we want to talk about is Bakers Bargains SAMPLE SHOES Our great sale of mens and ladies sample shoes still contin ues Prices at least 25 per cent less than Manufacturers- cost Mens Sample Hats We have to offer mens 1 25 SI 50 and 1 75 hats at the astonishingly low price of 5cts each Dont miss this great sale you may never see anything like it again Sample Clothing 200 boys and 200 mens suits at less than cost to make We bought these suits at a large sample sale and can positively sell you clothingat about one lralf the regular price Mens suits start as low as 2 Boys suits as low as 75e Best Calicoes 3000 yards of Allens best calicoes and J percaleswhile they last at 4cts a yard Full bolts new patterns and np tode calicoes We hope our lady customers will come early and take advant age ofthis heretofore unheard of price Summer Dress Goods rWe will offer all the new things in summerDress goods at about onehalf the regular price These goods of course have to be seen to be appreciated If we used all the space in this paper we could not begin to tellyou all the bargains we have to offer Come early and get choice selections Best calico at 4cents a yard What do you think of it U J J L LEVEL GREEN IWhile catching flies cn Tangle paper this morning upon my bed I called to mind the quo neces1sltyearth flies the air or swims the waters but I think we would have had a world and a great deal more pleasant world to live in too had the fl es mosquitoes fleas bed bugsO stop bedbugsbeen left off Of all beasts birds insects that live and reptilesI earth nothing can get in so effectual as he can the the mosquito the wriggle of the flea the stab of the tick the sting of the adder or the bite of a serpent are harmless when compared with the wcunds inflicted by the bug saying nothing of the aromia thrown off when you squeeze or mash him The scent of the pole cat or skunk is like a sweet smell ing savor compared to his bugship He is a slow traveler but he always gets there in due time As the poet said that had been worried by countless multitudes of these all June bug hath a gauzy wing The lightning bug hath flame The bed bug has no wings at all But he gets there all the same Yes he gets there all the same and he gets in his work rapidly and scientifically I have thought that when Moses and Aaron were plagueing Pharao that had they ever once introduced the bed bug the old King would have wilted at once but I suppose the bug is of later invention and will soon form a pest trust Farewell then to the more insignificant species A iiabor of ours is trviug to make a cross between his bees and light ning bugs so they will work day andnight and enable him to form a honey trustCorn is growing as fast as was ever known in the his tory of Possum Holler Springs creeks and ponds are lower than they were ever known here at this season before R B Hatcher David Hamlin and others that at tended the U C V at the city re port that they had the great time of their lives No one of them gretted having fought for the Lost Cause and all teem satisfiedwith fie results of the war and heartily rejoice at the thoughts ofa re unit ed countrySam Brown City At torney of McAlister L Tafter pending ro days pleasantly with former friends and homefollrs started for his home Monday He and his Kentucky colony seem to be well suited with the Territory George Owens who has been mak ing so valiant a fight for life and suffering so intently is still brave Iv facing all obstacles and weD hope will pull throughvictoriously Jack Towery is still battling away with catarrh and a complication of other kindred troubles But little change in his condition either for better or worseThere was a well attended octogenarian birth day dinner at Uncle Smithey Ren tiers residence Sunday on Skeggs creek in honor of Uncle Smith who had just rounded up his four- Score years He is today a living violation of our hygienic laws He wears homespun janes all summer sleeps with doors tightly closed and windows down and a fire burning in the old chimney fireplace from the first of August to the thirtyfirst of July year in and year out and not one inch of ventilation otherwise in his bedroom The Method ists had a rousing meeting at the Chapel Sunday The funeral ser mon of Rev Larkin Robins and his son Calvin was preached by Rev Smith I wish I could at tend church as I once did and heir the preacher explain matters his way It has always been strange very strange indeed that they all have a different way of seeing and explaining the straight and narrow way to Adams lost race The Campbellites seven or eight kinds of Baptists three sorts Presby terians four or five kinds of Meth odists all see it and explain it his own way and each has his follow ers who only are rightMrs Araminta McMullin and her son Aj and J J DeBord and better half and son Samuel broke bread andsupped with us 6unday as I was preparing or threatening to migrate East They gave me the right hand of congratulation and asked that the Lord be with you till we meet again I hope their prayers will be fully answered What is prayer BUCK VARNON 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 many casa 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 5 i CRAB 0 It C 11 AIM Several went from here to attend the Confederate reunion Sad to say one of our best cItizens G W DeBordwas brought home a corpse and will be buried here to day by the Masonic order of which he was a member There will be TheIare and Miss Jean Dick M M Couder and Miss Exie Reynolds We wish them happiness long life and pros perity WalterSpangler who went last fall to St Louis from there to Texas arrived home last Friday W T Holdam and family returned to their home last week after spending eight months in Chandlersville Ohio with Mrs Holdams brotherMrs Fannie Donelly of B C Canada is visit ing her sister Mrs 11 Gamely The meeting was greatly enjoyed by both as they are two aged sis ters who had not met for fifteen yeilrsVe are having a great deal of rain fine growing weather es pecially for needsG H Patten and J R Cook went to Bee Lic- ktodaMrs Lla Duke and little Master Bennie are visiting in Scottsville MrsHannah Stega is visiting friends in Indianapolis and Kansas CityH D Campbell and family who recently went to Los Angeles Cal have returned to Crab OrchardMrs M E Fish is visiting her daughter in Knox ville TennQuite a crowd of young folks and several old otter attended the hop at Dripping Springs Friday night QUALITY vs QUANTITY Hard muscles and strong body do not depend on the quantity of food you eat but on its perfect di gestion and proper assimilation When you take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure your system gets all the nour ishmentout of all the food you eat It digests what you eat regardless of the condition of the stomach and conveys the nutrient properties to the blood and tissues This builds up and strengthens the entire sys tem overcomes and cures indiges tion pyspepsia belching sour stomachetc Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for what is sometimes called Americas national diseasedyspep iais destined to eventually work a wonderful and lasting benefit to sufferers from this distressing and mind harassing condition Sold by Mt Vernon Drug Co To LOUISVULE The L IN will sell tickets to Louisville July 30 and 31 for 412 round trip account of the Annual Convention National Association of Stationary Engineers JFOLEniO t TAR toz s tlxo cotitiia and bt alsluzg A census of the Philippine is lands has been completed showing the population to be 7635426 Wild tribes form about nine per curt of the entire population More than onehalf of the people can neither read nor write in any guage only eleven per cent of those attending the public schools understand the English language There has been an increase ot one hundred per cent m fourteen mouths in the number of children attending the yublic schools CUBAN DIARRHEA U S soldiers who served in Cuba during the Spanish war know what this disease is and that ordi nary remedies have lhtle more effect than so much water Cuban diarr ho a is almost as severe and danger ous as a mild attack of cholera There is one remedy however that can always be depended upon as will be seen by the following cer tificate from Mrs Minnie Jacobs of Houston Texas I hereby certify that Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy cured my husband of a severe at tack of Cuban diarrhoea which he brought home from Cuba We had several doctors but they did him no good One bottle of this remedy cured him as our neighbors will testify I thank God for so valua ble a medicine Sold by all drug gists Two hundred leading physicians at a conference in Washington have decided to inaugurate ad at tack on tuberculosis from all quar ters The sessions were conducted in two sections one dealing with the sociological and clinical phrases of the disease and the other with climatologicalconditions The public will be interested in due tim through an organized bureau o publicity lBa a 1Ashottthe few genuine means of recovery in rickets sampleSCOTT and bone consumption Pearl Soc aed zco I j r DRESS GOODS ft Silk Chiffons 25c per yd Mohair Lusters 20c lJ Nice Suiting i5c all colors lOc 3 1 uf SHOES es tent fand Vicis at 2 to 350 per pr Pull Line of Buggy Harness that we can please you with in Collar Haines and Breast stropat from 550 to 10 per set Do fail to us a trade and will you Lowes Pr OUR Goods at Lowest Prices fair treatment to all o Established sgQecgaea i F ThDemandjFor ii g 3callingOrgandies OcNice andaPlIiir prLadies Black want your IJllit of tCi m 1 J tY1 to the a con krng By steh1 Give us and we a pleas JJ Pity per cent interest on all of 100 m more in the and trot Q M ed upon for a of months C W C M ltd BB E FRENCH WRITES FROM THE o Malabang P I May 15 1905 As we have reached our new home and are about settled down will write you again We left Manila on the morning of May the seventh for Zamboan o Mindanao arrived in this above named city on the morning the 9th After getting our orders from Gen Wood in Zamboango we left there the evening of the gth for this place arriving here in the forenoon of May loth There was regimental the band and five companys put off was pulling out up the coast for another town with the rest of the on the morning of the nth and before she was out of sight she ran a reef and on the They sent a cablegram to Manila for vessel to come to pull her oft The troops were on the Rllr ford when she stuck were brought back to this place in life boats The officers of the Buford thinkI she is ruined In getting into the city of Manila we had to sail clear around the northern part of Luzon into the t Manila was the East coast of Luzon until I started over here There are some of the old Spanish vessels to be seen in Bay yet that Dewey sank Were th sea just forty days and never saw nicer in niy life no time We had two or three bad days in the whole trip We are all living in uipa shacks now The ate houses built of pole and covered with a kind of bi grass Of course they would not be any good at all in a cold county but they are all right here 1887 UNDERWEAR Ladies Vests lOc to 15c each Mens Underwear 45c per Ladies Underskirts in and White 75c to suita Nice Line Line Ladies Dress Skirts in Brown and Gray at 200 to 400 each rb Lot Men and Boys Straw Hats 10 to 25c Childrens Sailors 20 to 25c each Do not flail to call and buy something off our s lOc counter of GlasswarecoStraw Matting jointless 15c yd Straw Mattings in fine carpet styles Blue j ydCarpets v Good DropHead Sewing Machine 5 year guarantee at 1250 not give call We give cesg 1f LOTTOGood 3 THOS CHERRY KENTUCKY rJirAorp SEEKERS BARGAIN WI1f Oltd17dJtd1Yc1Ud17dJtdltLi17d17d17d17d17dltdl7dqfi titThe Gibralter Roekeastle County Financial Institutions t CITIZeNS BftNK 09COffers people teyQ ervattve l 7 mBan p pp p mmyour business dandprofitable relationfa3 deposits or when left Lank cheek periocl six J HUTCHESON shlerm fftJ rDvGC DrtfJfDlrlrDfrDlrCJrf L PHILIPPINES of on headquarters here The Buford regiment is still rock another that alonge thafon Manila on exactly weather bamboo per JUWDUJUn guarantee tropicalIa number of others that I have not learned the names of them yet There is nothing to this town but four or five white men in it ex cept the Soldiers No white women at all except the officers wives and their servants There is nothing sure about how long we will remain at this post So always address letters to Manila P 1 Co I 9th Inf I remain yoursEL F Bilious Bill the sleepy head Dearly loved to lay abed Couldnt wake him if you shook him When his slumbers overtook him Suddenly he started waking Kvry morn when day was break ing- Whats this magis necromancer EARLY RISERS thats the answer The Famous Little Pills Early Risers cure constipation sick headache billiousness etc by their TheyIearly energy children and adults Sold by Mt Vernon Drug Co John Collier Harvey Smith and Wilt Jackson all negroes pere hanged on one scaffold at Decatur Ala The first two were convicted of murder and rape and the last named of the murder ofa police officer SCAREISome day you will get a bad scare when you feel a pain in your bowels and fehr appendicitis Safe Pillsystomshilhc TrYy ll THE TRADE CEN TER FOR C X RESOLTTIONS ON THE DEATH OF P W CLARK Ashland Lodge No 640 F A M Mt Vernon Ky June 20 1905 WHEREAS The Supreme Archi tect of the universe in His infinite wisdom did on June r6 1905 call from labor here on earth to refreshments and rest in the great beyond our beloved brother P W Clark andWHEREAS Ashland Lodge No 640 F A M has lost one of its most devoted members the com munity a good citizen and the fami ly a kind and affectionate husband and father therefore be it RESOLVED ist That the mem bers of this Lodge extend their heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved family in their great distress be lieving that our loss is his gain 2nd That the members of Ash land Lodge wear the badge of mourning for thirty days that a copy of these resolutions be spread on the minutes of this Lodge a copy sent to the Mt Vernon Signal for publication and a copy handed to the bereaved family- G S GRIFFIN R L McFERRON Comm A B FURNISH KILLTHE COUGH CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew IfOR cONSUMPTION PriceI j Surest nod Quickest Cure for all- THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK c a 1 t1fr r 1 tITrMT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY JUNE 23 1905 T Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YUAR IOOJ Advertising rates made known on AYaJplicatiot IOn MAGISTRATE We are authoizeJ to announce GKAXVILLK hEKC- ss a candidate fur Magistrate in the Fifth district vouipiioed of Itrowns and llrodlicail votin f jirtcinctsi subject to the action of the Democrats of that district Some one has said that scandal is what you tell to every one be a word of it to the who it is about And it night be added sass the Ohio Penitentiary News that the gossiper is the one who does the telling Scandal and gossip are two things for which His Satanic Majest- should be thankful They promot- more hell on earth than all the in fidel and agnostics combined nor than all the saloons and runishops in the land and they are as liable to be found kneeling at the church altar as anywhere else A good many people cultivate a habit o talking just to be entertaining and a shallow brain and a willing tonge are gifts that should be spurned Ex LOUISVILLE left nothing undone to make the visit of the old Con federate soldiers a pleasant one and bore evidence that Kentuck ians are the most hospitable people on earth POLITICS AND POLITICIANS A Washington dispatch says Treasury Department officials are expressing surprise that James Denton Collector of Internal Rev enue for the Eighth Keutuck District does not send in his resit nation Last spring at a conference at the White House attended Commissioner Yerkes Congressman Edwards and Richard Ernst and Congressman Bennett the President said he would appoint J Sherman Cooper as Col lector to succeed Mr Denton change to be made by July i was supposed that Mr Dento- would send in his resignation bit he has not done so At the Treasury Department it is stated that h has not yet been asked for his re ignation but probably will b within a few days if he doss not forward it This is in accordance with the usual program when a change is to be made NEWS 1TE3LSJ JaIbto 130000000 have been floated in the United States with better terms for each new issue of bonds Commander Pearys new vessel in which he expects to reach the north pole has been successfully launched and equipped and ha been named Roosevelt Superintendent Hendricks of the Insurance Department of the State of New York has submitted what he calls a preliminary e port on the affairs of the Equita ble Life Assurance Society In this report he criticises the voting trust arrangement and says nothing except a complete mutualiza tion of the society can bring complete relief The report contains many sharp criticisms of the socie tys officers and policies It is announced in St Petersburg that M Nelidoff the Russian Ambassador to Pans has been ap plenipotentiaries made in Washington to open peg tiations between the beligerents fa an armistice but neither Japan nor Russia seems disposed to take the initiative in asking for a cessation of hostilities The indications are that a big battle is imminent i Manchuria and unless a truce can be speedily arranged the forces of Oyama and Linevitch will soon be engaged in a deadly conflict The Russian Government ha recalled Count Cassini its ambas sador to the United States an Baron Rosen has been appointed t take his place Cassini had hel the American post for seven yea and is now to be transferred to Spanish court at Madrid He is said tb be a representative of the radicalwar party in Russia and has failed in creating a friendly feelin for his nation in the United States Baron Rosen is known as a strong antiwar man and it is thought will be able to do more for his country than his predecessor in the matter ofearly negotiations looking to j peace The tension in diplomatic rela tions between Germany and Fran which alarmists reports have ha fon the eve of war over the Mo roccan question is reported to ha- veIbee somewhat relieved and a co ference between the German Am bassador and the French Premier showed that no rupture had occurr ed It is saidth France iswil 1 1 1 73 J a ling in the interest of peace to agree to an international confer enceprovided Germany will give guarantees that such agreement will not be considered as an aband onment of any rights France now holds No uneasiness over the situation is felt in Washington There is said to be a feeling nearly approaching a desire for war in German military circles The French people manifest an excitement over the situation It has been definitely decided that Washington will be the scene of the peace negotiations between Russia and Japan The Japanese Government preferred Che Foo as a meeting place while Russia preferred a meeting in any European capitol and it was then agreed that Washington should bethe point of negotiating An official statement to this effect was issued from the White House It is expected that within a few days the names of the publi mentioned as the time likely to be selected Pressure is being brought to bear on Japan to induce her to six the sum she will demand as an indemnity for the pending war at possibleeThe City of Mexico has been do elug business for about 380 years There is probably no capitol of the civilized world that during the same period has been the center of more wars of conquest or revolu troutthis city has maintained its financial reputation free from blemish Kings have come and gone victory succeeded victory emperors have flourished for a brief regime and rival factious have striven for the presidency loans have been forced by one general government to be repudiated by the next bonds were issued during the French occupau cy that the republic would not as sume but during all the strife the ancient capital of the Aztecs cher itsSin the record that not once in all its long history has a debt been pudiated CONCENTRATION OF DE INglUCKY AND VIR GIrIAs0 tIn the great central coal and region embracing West Vir ginia and part of Kentuckv Southwest Virginia are centerin developmentIt thetconeto alreadye vasemovements g are under way In order to present to the world a comprehensive story of the ret sources of that territory and of forces which are now combining make that region one of the great est industrial centers of the world the Manufacturers Record of Baltimore will for the next few months have its special correspon dent Mr Albert Pheuis make studsof coal and timber and its railroad development and in a series o broad and comprehensive letters which will be given the widest pos sible circulation Mr Phenis will tell the story of the coal and iron and timber and railroad develop ment of West Virginia and Kentucky In order to further this work an to secure all possible data which may add to its value the Manu facturers Record invites suggesr tibns regarding matters of special interest covering the resources and progress of this section and th prospects of lacge developments In the fufure SPATEorpowerful efforts will be made to seoure for Louisville the next triennial convention of the Interna tional Sundayschool Assiciation- n The closing spectacular feature of the fifteenth annual reunion of the United Confederate Veteians was perhaps the greatest parade since the veterans have been hold Loutssthe glorious remnants of the Souths CornwanderAdjt Gen Mickle isssued a formal Louisetended them B F Frenchcrossexamined HargMrs Marcum refused to answer Frenchs questions until forced to do so bv the court She said to quesdonedThe court refused a request of wit nesses that a guard be appointed t protect them Judge Hargis too Feltuedcriminal code IThose Portland people ho ob jected to Uncle Joe rubbing ice o his head evidently do not know al the prerogatives of the Speaker o the House Baltimore Sun 1CPr 7 c r h L + i a CAUTIONt T Call to see AC HSATT before buying t m summer roods lie is anxious toshow you his stock then you may decide as to our prices I Take advantage ofour low prices while they last on summer wear Special bargains in LOW CUT SHOES Call without delay and examine our stock A C H1ATTH- IAXT KY r dJ = f II e e 0E MIL YLI- I1ERYMILUNERY 15811011811 BARGAIIJSm18 WEwill place on sale beginning MONDAY JUNE Intha lot of Trimmed Hats at great reduction 0 Now isyour chance for a pretty summer hat e- E Mrs CLEO BROWN m MT VKUXOK KY II lIiH Jmm 1 AILL1RERY 6 LAND STOCK AND CKOP The sharp advance in corn the past week is making tLe fellow who has a surplus to sell feel good How the fellow feels who has toj buy is another question Corn now quoed in the local market at CIlohicseed at 2 cents This faIt H s made carfy when there was prom ise of a recordbreaking cropLex iugton Observer RoImance thegthe story of the discovery of the earlier and most delicious sweet corn in the whole world known as- a white Mexican variety Iowa has the credit of this notable discovery and S A Howe of Djilge is the Christopher Coutubus o Atpart ear the white Mexican corn has propagated is still in the beenI of a Sioux City nursery has brought the marvelous hasowon the approval Ot the United States Government setretaryoflA partment to Sioux City to investi whiteye K a n was The Government had been exper saidfhe 5tp produce a corn character early yet really sweet I have no hesitation in pronounc ling this the greatest discovery made in sweetcorn culture in 2 hiaentbnsiastichpproval the corn atIGovernment experiment and for distribution A seed ex pert of a big firm has traveled to Sioux City to examine into the virtues of the white Mexican One heeleft HUGE TASK It was a huge task to undertake the cure of such a bad case of kid ney disease as that of C F Collier of Cheorkee Ia but Electric Bit ters did it He writes My kid neys were so far gone I could not sit on a chair without a cushion and suffered from dreadful back ache headache and depression In Electric Bitters however I found a cure and by them was restored to perfect health recommend this great tonic medicine to all with weak kidneys liver or stomach Guaranteed and sold by all drug gists TILE OVltRIANDLIlXXTRDTO CALI rORNIA StationdSan Francisco the third day in time for a dinner Route Chica go Milwaukee and Southern Pa cific Line All ticket agents sell via this route Ask them to do so Handsome book descriptive of California sent for 6 Cfs postage F A Miller Genl Pasngr Agt 381k llAyersPillsfl SIU J ILl HI 0 U The annual Mountain Workers Conference and Summer Bible School for Ministers Sabbath School Missionaries and Bible readers of West Virgi i y Kentucky Tennessee and North Carolina opened at Maryville Tenn June 20th It will be in session eight days Dr McKibbon of Cincinnati is on the program BEST FOR THE- BOWELS It IUTent a rernlar health movement of eHrytayyonrc IUorwlU Kepyour amt Force in tho shape ot violent phrsic or pill is dansernnx Tht smoothest easiest most perfect of keeping the clear and clean is to tak- oCANDY R CATHARTIC EAT EM LIKE CANDY Pleasant Palatable Potent Tastp Never Sicken Weaken or Unto and forfreeeampjeandbooklet or KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN The grand old man of Spain Don Jose Echegaray Eizaguyrrc He has carried that name around with him for 70 years now and should be favorably considered by the Carnegie hero medal committee Denver Republican President Roosevelt has protested against a photograph showing hit standing next to a young woman in matsler with em Bowed or too skinny Chicago Journal TO CONSUMPTIVES The uiulcrsiirned haTing been restored to health by simple means after suUcring for several rein with a severe lung nlfectinii and that dread disease is anxious lo make known to his fellow suHt r ers the weans ef cure To those who desire it he will chcei fully send free of charge a jirescription used which they trillyfind a sure euro for CorsuMrriov J5ROxcnrris unit all throat tlllllun He hopes all sufferers will ry his remedy as it is inval uable Those desiring the prescription which will cost them lIuthill1aDd may drove a blessing will a uress VlLoX Brooklyn New York mar 051 Amid the stir and bustle of real life and the debate of live issues comes a lone voice from the tombs in Ohio calling for a ship subsidy Milwaukee Sentinel 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 com ing this year coming on its special trainsand 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 as Bucklens Arnica Salve It didnt take long to cure a bad sore I had and it is all O K for sore eyes u writes D L Gregory of Hope Tex 25C at all druggists Vegetable liver pills That is what they are They cure constipation biliousness sickheadache tc reii1 DYE crpatGaLilQIAruau t tII PRIGS T ClJT1N0 We have sold our store building andmust close out our goods at PRICES CUT HALF IN TWO Come and buy your Shoes Shirk Overcoats and GJofhingr of aJF 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 OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE- F KRUEGER SONS- Mt Vernon Kentucky 38 Dollars nn T- OCaIiforna AND THE NORTHWEST FROM LOUISVILLE THE Henderson Routem mmU tf3rCORRFSPONDlNGLow rates to Washington Oregon Utah Montana and all intermediate points Sa Tickets on sale daily up to and including May 15 1905i 1SriAlso SPECIAL Rates to tbe HOlFSlmKFRSI west OP certain rIf you contemplate a trip ask us for rates If yon would travel in comfort see that your ticket reads over the II EN HEn SON KOUTB between Louis ville and St Louis lr allIFree reclining chair cars on of our St Louis trains connections in St Louis DirectI Station with all lines West and Southwest L J IRWIN Gen Pasngs Agt- LOUIsvII1E KY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE For cough croup whooping ough etc One Minute Cough Cure is the childrens favorite This is because it contains no opiate is perfectly harmless tastes good and cures Sold by Mt Ver nou Drug Co LOW Settlers RATES TO POINTS IN THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST VIA COTTON BELT ROUTE On first and tbJrd Tuesdays of each uiomh round trip tickets will e sold to points in Arkansas Louisiana Texas and other West ern territory at a rate of one fare plus 2 Stopovers allowed on the going trip 21 days in which to reI turn Cotton Belt Route trains leave Memphis morning and making connection with eveningJI and carry chair parlor cafe carsIWrite in for literature describing the country for maps time table and information about rates etc L 0 SCHAEFER T P A COTTON BELT ROUTE CINCINNATI OHIO Paul Morton got something much better and there are no signs that he is worrying over Santa Fe re batesAtlanta Constitution SPRAINED ANKLE STIFF NECK LAME SHOULDER These are three common ailments for which Chamberlains PainBalmIis especially valuable applied it will save you time money and suffering when troubled with any one of these ailments For sale by all druggists O STORXABears theTheSignature of I SHOES I V o J HAVE you examined our ineB Mof Spring and Summer 1 SHOES f dto so before buying youtti Yours for Im5intss ifIMt Vernon Ky V i1zt r ovi V JONAS McKENZIE I COM GOME m w IIIwillNotionsetsizes and ages Our goods are right and our prices are right Yours very truly Phone No 83 JONAS McKENZIE JONAS MCKENZIE f YOUR BANKING No matter how small no mattter how large THE BANK of- MT VERNON I appliesI ofIof ormoreICashierJUH Queen CreSDfmt Rmte ISHORTEST Mm UlC EST SCiiEBULE BEGf Cincinnati Lexington Chattanooga Knoxville Ashevllle Chaikscn j Savannah Atlanta Jacksonville Birmingham New Orleans Shreveport Texas Points EYe EK AIKEN Trav Agt 89 E Main St r sxington KyiiWhOARVffiT Gen Mgr W C RINEARSON On Pass tat G tkt DaytSeven Mffionkores sold in post 12 months Thfe Signature j i UHF and Passr V lXiravrr IIiDon every bOX CSC I MT VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KYt JUNE 23 1905 T70CLiJ con up No whenyou want to Couft1unl cate with SIGNAL 79 JL 0 T fy BLEITIME T 22 north 124 p 24 north 332 a m 23 south 124 p n 21 South 1236 a JAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Iostoffi as secona class mail natte- rPERSONAL r Sheriff H L Tate is sick Sam Brown left Monday for his home in McAlister I T M J Miller Jr is suffering from a broKen hand caused by a fall Dr G B Lawrence has gone to II den to be away until September Miss Lettie Caldwell of London is the guest of Mrs G M Ballard McKenzie Brown will return to lay from the V M L Lexington Va Miss Maynse Woodruff of Tex agois the guest of Mrs John WI W F Champ of Paint Licg is visiting her sister Mrs N Davis Mr and Mrs G C Fish are rejoicing over the arrivalof a fine girl baby G M Ballard J A Wood andt D G Clark were in Richmond Wednesday Mrs Cleo Brown and Miss Risse Williams spent Saturday in the city snopping Dr M Pennington has been suffering from an attack of malaria for several daysIMiss Margaret McClary came Wednesday and is the guest of Mrs J W Brown Miss Maymie Furguson a teach er in the blind school Louisville Is at home for acation Atty C C Williams attendee Asso1dationRobert Ed and Claud Cox have Sfltakentwo off on account of sickness this weekMiss Dora Hatcher returned to her home near Level Green after a months visit to her brother at Artenius J A Oliver was up from Livings ton Wednesday Joe is still hope ful that Livingstouu vill notr so dead very long- J remainI Fish A H Ha ml in Norton were among those who at tended the Reunion in Louisville whose names we failed to get last 4 issue We understand that our good friend EM Denny who expected to visit old friends hi Roekcastle- z this month is very sick at home in Verona Mo Our good friend J N Brown left Monday night for Hot Springs N C for his health He was acsing conjpanied by his son Thom as who will remain with him as long as he stays Attorney J W Brown went as far as Jellico with him Dr Stephen W Brown now locatedat Commerce Texas who left this connty some twenty odd todayrto Brown is a brother of Dr Jack trhe county remember He is also a sbrother of Mrs Elizabeth Lawrence fe and Mrs Susan Henderson phyJmany welcome him to the old hills of his nativity iL L CelebVrato r If you want to buy or sell RockI castle real estate see the Roche tie Real Estate Co 9Iftroubled with headache di zi ness or bad stomach a box of Dr S C Davis Little Liver Pills will cure you Up to date furniture suits f ing beds iron beds matres es springs pillows sideboards aH calpetspaper and everything kept in a first class furniture store We pay freight your depot fRIBBLK PENCE C pray fg tf Stanford Ky ITry a box of Dr S C Davis Liver Pills they will do you good ISmith S Fishwill put up a near their store on the Vildie roadfolJ Fish has been appointed ad tninistrator of the estate of P W JJJOurweek credit for being the dullest week of the year- Wednesday was the longest day 1iu the year The sun rose at 420a m and set at 709 0 clOCK p m The HendersonBarre well in town Lethad to be cased off before work could proceed eFOURTH OF JULY RATESTh- L N will sell tickets at one an onethird fare for round trip to all pointy on system on July 1st to 4th good until July 8th Lancaster holds the first fair o the season July 13 and 14 being sigbeyears and a splendid time is in store for those who attend The famous Saxton Trost band will furnish the music Not many of our people have seen a fig tree with its fruit grow ing thereon Mrs James Maret of this place has a three year old bush that is bearing Go out and see it ori are also miandMr John Sayers and Miss n ofStion were married Thursday CuTheypromising young people and w e trust that their union will be one endless bliss and happinessI Traffic on the Knoxville division of the L N was delayed to hours yesterday on account ofa wreck onehalf mile east of M Vernon which occurred at an earl hour yesterday morning Th wrecked traiu was a north bound doubleheader freight loaded pri cipally with coke and coal The wreck was caused by the pilot to the second engine dropping down tearing up the track and piling up some eight or ten cars and t t engine in a ditch almost off t ri btofway No one hurt In fruits and getablescompound Its pure and healthful your canned or uncanued fruit juices and vegetables Raw or cooked fruits all retainin natural flavor Corn and beg look and taste as though just fro cob or vine Certificate and boo full directions with 6 packets co pound for by Mrs M M blare- agent Mt Vernon Ky who hasI used the compound during three years and fully recommends tf TIlE MT VERNON SIGNALI IToBelieving much good has comeI on account of singing con test held at Union school house we have decided to hold another ti dayFive j Jotothat many more We do trust that neighborhood ithisSunday school We hope to hear from every daysEachmore than 8 songs We c not give exact place of next me tog but it will be at or near Sayers school house Will give exact place of meeting through the Sig nal in a short time QuailJACOBA F ALBRIGHT Brod GRANVILLE OWENS J he DrCommittees GeorgeHillnight and lodged in jail for horse stealing On the night of the i3th aDrT Mr on tieext sell the horse but found no buy The following day the horse was sold to W M Bullock of Hazel ghisThe Bank of Mt Vernon to get it cashed but failing to get anyone identify him although he offe r baasstate he was G Hill the check was not cashed His conduct in the bank led Cash ier Richards to suspicion him which fact he at once reported the officers and ina very sh htoldhorse was stolen in Madison brought 19Rockcastle for the pur of selling and finally sold in Laurel which county should h the prisoner Is octinnnow abe fore the autLorities of this and Madison Laurel having made no de 1 viand for him The prisoner was J arrested in Rockcastle j L 1V IN GS TO riIH D Magee is in Knoxville this weekJohn A Mullins Logan Salyers Brack Graves and Henry Browning of spent Sunday with hom- eksWill G Mullins of Knox vine is visiting homefolksNel so Ivlaretburgdare the guests of David Griffin Mrs John Mullius Dr J Cooper has moved his office trout his residence into Bowman Cock rells building on Main Street Miss Helen Singleton of this coun ty is the guest of Mrs J E Singleton Mr and Mrs Roy Mullins and baby Dema Hilton moved to banon Junction Wednesday and Mrs John Shearer moved to Paris the first of the weekMrs- J B Hayes returned from Corbin Monday accompanied by her babydvisiting relatives near Mt Vernon Mrs G M Ballard of Mt Vernon was the guest of G D Cook WrightfMattte McFcrron will spend a week seeing at Mammoth Cave Cora Adams is in the post office ibis week during the absence of Miss Lida CookLittle Ernia May Tubbs has been very sick this eekMr and Mrs Dave Downs have moved in the J C Hocker GeorgeReynolds week Moving moving all the tieand we are going to move to the Eight Gables againMr Editor you will please correct a little stake ot the printer Last week had my guests served with carapagne not whiskeyin place igMrof Crab Orchard and Mrs of Mt Vernon spent Sunday with Mrs Ed Woodall Mrs Hugh Hagan and children returned from Newark Ohio the first o the weekJohn R Carter relatives in Nashville Tenn last hins family here before returning to Lebanon JunctionLewis Elmore MondayYevening train for homeMrs Angie Salyers entertained num inhonor of her ueice Georgia Maret Those present were Georgia Maret Bertha Hicks Ila Mullins Ida Chewning Willie Edith Tubbs James and Willie Maret E bert 1eand Roy Salyers and Charlie Tubbs servedMtshe dLouisille Maeat e an church Saturday even ing Sunday morning and evening Welcome Geo and David Grif fit spent Sunday with their kinsman at Pine Hill Henry Brown MaynsSophika e Coopetr Cooper is visiting in Cincinnati Master Willie Estell Moore of Paris julandlersburg is the guest of Mrs W ChildressMiss Georgia McFer ron ha returned here after a pleas tewent to Corbin Wednesday afternoon hn Preston and family move back to Cincinnati Thursday Lu clan Hurd and wife of Middles Martc has furor rent BROWN MEMORiAL SCHOOL The school has not been weekapaper It has simply come under PresbyterianThe pupils who were in atten ance every session throughout the year are Chester Landrum and Myr tle Bryant Those who passed in iollotadvs 90 percentMyrtle Bry ant Mattie Baker Bessie Sparks DaisyFish mpsouJakeThese averages are made from attendance daily recitations written lessons and examinations Those standingserfor in them as they are now ready Above 80 per cent Chester Landrum Edgar Mullins Willie McBee Lela Lovell Jack Smith Louis Miller Marguerite Love Fred Baker edAbove 70 per cent Robert Ha Whiteheae0d r Zelma Jones Rtlla Hiatt ADJOINING COUNTIES The following changes have been announced in the salaries of Ken tuckys postmasters Increas IIsetIgootO200 e creases Lancaster 1400 to r 30i Shelbyville 2100 to 2000 Williamsburg 1500 to 1400 Y j I jLocalMutual Life Ins Cowho received a check yesterday from State Agents Thomas Kaye for 20 being the premium offered for the agent in Kentucky who wrote the jMayPa iCAPTo The following copied from the Winchester Democrat brings a sad message to the people of Rockcas castle especially the citizens of and Kentucky in the death of Capt J M Thomas which occurred at Ford Tuesday afternoon loses one of its distinguished citizens and successful busi fHeoperationgave but temporary relief His ns constitution stayed dis but for some weeks it was known that the end was near The immediate cause of his death was uraemic poisoning He was extensively engaged in millsdfort He leaves an estate valued at 800000 embracing several thous andacres of fine mountain timber lands Capt Thomas waf born countyinness for books and received his BnIn 1853 he married Miss Annie E Rogers only daughter of Squire William Rogers of Cambridge and settled at Cambridge where hepr lived as a farmer until the war when he raised a company anden tcred the Confederate service un er Gens Humphrey Marshall and ohu S Williams until they were musteredout in 1862 He then went fo Canada and engaged in the lumber business until 1866 when he returned to Paris and entered the lumber merchandising manufacturing and building trades in which he accumulated a handsome closetded and assumed charge of the famous Estill Springs near Irvine and built anSFrankfort He continued in tive management of his business until a few months ago reJs much as any other man in relig ious and educational work in the mountains his business having given him an insight into the con dedt several schools and contributed freely to many worthy causes His advice has been largely sought inI the perfection of plans He was likewise active in politics until few years ago when he decline- further preferment He served two terms as State Senator from the district Montrgomery counties His home was in reece years k ordder s lumber business II His acquaintance extended overall sections of the State and by all he was held in high esteem He was a man of splendid mentaht sociologicallines much attention in the State Senator Thomas was a close friend William Goebel and aided the oft ter in his race for Governor and later in the fight before the Legis lature He is survived by his wife and JobIrelandand Messrs William Rand Robt L Thomas The funeral services were held at Paris Saturday 11OVER NINETEEN HOURS MEXICOr service over the Iron Mountain Route and its connections the shortest and quickest line from St Louis to City of Mexico through San Antonio and Laredo Through Pullin sleepers daily leaving St Lou MegaDining investorI1 Ticket Agent or address RT G Matthews T P A Iron Moun BldgLouisviUe r R i GREAT i SalejIIfor sale our entire stock of Dry Goods Cloth ing Shoes etc at ACTUAL COST for CASH ICome one and all and take advantage of this 1 great opportunity of supplying your wants ati j i prices you will never have again IIT We have everything that you will find in a f first class uptodate store So come and Z convinced that what we say is true bej WL E have the Goods you want and are making the priee to suit ROCKCASTLE RealEstateCoMT YERNON KY 0 All farms etc advertised under this head will be advertised and sold on a per cent and if no sale is made no cost for advertising FARM No IThis farm of 317 acres located on Negro creek near Jrodhead Ky is one of the best farms in the county and will be sold at a bargain the owner being unable to operly look after same because of his health The entire farm is under fence 170 acres inC ltivation balance timbered three houses on farm good wells and springs and plenty of good stock water Also good orchard rAlalNolConsists of 300 acrrs which will besold in two separate tracts if desired This farm is locates on theMt Vernon and Somerset road njar Level Green Ky and is located- in the best fanning section of the county Well fenced 175 acres in cultivation balance timbered well watered one new twostory building and two tenant houses convenient school church store and postolti- d in one of the best communities in the county A great bargain FARM No lA 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 office A most desirable location and a splendid bargain Any one wishing a small farm can buy a 70 acre tract off of this farm butno buildings would be included on the 70 acre tract if a division is made FARM No 4110 acres near Brod waterdfarm good residence and one tenant house Can be bought for 855000 A great bargainIacres tween Brush creek and Orlando 20 acres in cultivation balance timbered Willisellproperty Vernon Two story house four good lots and 8 acres of pasture to go at a bargain Property will be divided up buyerlA real bargain for anyone desiring property in Mt Vernon lAyers To be sure you are growing old But why let everybody see it in your gray hair Keep your hair dark and rich and postpone age If you will Hair Vigor only use Ayers Hair Vigor your gray hair will soon have ofisI am noworer 7can and I bare a lldckglosar halt a wonder to everyone the lees not a gray haIr rorhasa bottle dru slatsfor JCATERCOI I White Hair ftDY5IUDnYCOII11M r t 3C NOOK ADAMS 1Iw L nntntnn1n1tntnnnnntnt jPRACTICAL UNDERTAKER ZZZFUNERAL = Stock Comp lete Can furnish on short no = Mice Metalic and Caskets and have Embalming Ers Wdone Fine Hearse attached ORDERS by wire Promptly 3E Phone No 63 dllltllllllllllllli lliillilllilllllllllll llK UnlUUUL1UHU1LULULUre The YELLOW Front s THE OLD RELIABLE DRUGSTORE IN THE COUNTY Cheapest Drugs AnyWhere PrescriptionsceChildrens Diseases a Specialty All come for fair treatment ProprPHONE o i GRANVILLE OWENS I UNDERTAKER I WwAN OLD SHOW WITH NEW FEATURES Many of us have visited the Van Ambnrg Shows in years past sad recollect with pleasure the splendid performances this show always gave It is of the shows itslmottewill plase you is the cornerstone upon the great success of the Van Amburg show in built Starting more than fortv years ago with a small wagon show today it travels all over the country in its magnificent cars by special town The improvement on the performance is just as great and every act given it its big is of a high order and strictly tentsI date Elephants camels large collection of trainedanimals and ponies are to be seen in the grand free street parade on the morning of the day of exhibition Van Amburgs Show will exhibit in Mt Vernon on Tuesday June 27th useMARKS sTIX CINCINNATI Boots Shoes Rubbers Cal Lust Wr list SUaes Ic BOOdS- t a g Mt Vernon Ky rs Coffins 3IE Filled i BEST which COMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets and Robes All Mail Telegraph or Tele phone orders Promptly Filled 3tE3o 1 DYING OF FAMINE Is in its torments like dying of consumption The progress of con sumption from the beginning to the very end is a long torture both to victim and friends When I had consumption in its first stage writes Wm Myers of Cearfoss MdCafter trying differ ent medicines and a good doctor KingsNew fperfectly cured me Prompt re lief and sure cure for coughs colds sore throats bronchitis etc Positively prevents pneumonia Guar druggistsPricebottles free CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- t3igaatnre of- Another shot has been aimed at Mr Cleveland on account of his on slaught against womens clubs JerseyFederationsti shadowBoston Herald t t u pL r rJ 6 DRIFTS TOWARDS Many people who are neglecting symptoms of kidney trouble hoping Hit will wear away are rI drifting towards Brights Disease which is kidney trouble in one of its worst forms m Jj11 = Two Sizes Gents IUU MEiUE BY L MT COi ==HOT SPRING N C iI T Mr Editor After a wearisome day and a good Hights rest I feel very much refreshed this morning Praise the Lord We are com fortably and very pleasantly locat ed with Mr and Mrs Gorenflo and family who keep boarders FOR raw They had a little family of 14 children hospitable typical Southerners every thing home like even the Yes they are here the sorts we hive in Ken tucky but so numerous I am located about 300 yards from the main spring and bath room tho Ive not been to it but Ive drunk night and morning of water which is hot and no doubt will help the stomache of anv dyspeptic if he can put proper lestraint on his This little town is built rather irregular on and near French broad river some fine houses and contains 450 native population and transients in good quantities from the earth all over even Japan has 3 representatives at one house I am satisfied that a more orderly quiet people than these would be hard to findand the scenery and climate are per- feet for the Loid made them If therefore you want steal a 1while away from every cumbering and find that life is worth liv I think you should come right hereA few words for East Tennessee We have heard the country always spoken of lightly and it is true the first two couuties we passed are very rugged much like Eastern Kentucky tho containing some good valleys and rich bottom lands but Knox and Hamlin coun ties rival even our far famed Blue Grass region for rich and beautiful farms and wheat and corn Yes terday I saw more wheat and better wheat than ever before in one day and some corn fields as large as lit tIe farms tho blue grass and fine 1cattleand pretty sheep are scarce indeed A few Jersies are about all one sees in that line and sheep I never saw a sheep They seem to be an agricultural people vvith good farms well cultivated but poorly grassed stocked or fenced I did not see as many pannels of good fence on all these fine farms as Hen Catron has and orchards well no they haint them only a few straggling trees now and then I suffered much on the first half of the trip but was able to a glass of sweet milk and the firs cup of coffee for six months Will write more next week BUCK VARNON OASTOBJA EelLfllthllcCl Indigestion Causes of the StomachFor many years It has octn supposed Catarrh of the Stomach caused indigestion and dyspepsia but the truth is exactly the opposite Indigestion causes catarrh Re peated attacks of Indigestion Inflames the mucous lining the stomach and exposes the nerves of the stomach thus Ing the glands to secrete mucin instead the juices of natural digestion This b called Catarrh of the Stomach Dyspepsia Gure relieves all inflammation of the mucous membranes lining the stomach protects the 4 nerves and cures bad breath sour risings Kodol Digests What You Eat Make the Stomach Sweet Mottle 100 tlratl the trial 50 Prepared by E OWITT ft Chicago lit FOR SALE BY MT VERNON DRUG CO It is reported from St Petersburg official circles that the present war in Manchuria has cost Russia a thousand million dollars and nearly a halfmillion lives OASTOEl3ABean the fine Signature 1I +J of iav yfw 3 u u t Jt BRIG m m Ip J t niSJ2ASE 110 E rt 95K1D CUrIEstops irregularities strengthens the urinary organs and builds up the wornout tissues of the kidneys so they will perform their functions properly Healthy kidneys strain out the impurities from the blood as it passes through them Diseased kidneys do not and the poisonous waste matter is carried by the circulation to every part of the body causing dizziness backache stomach trouble sluggish liver irregular heart action etc l If you have any signs of Kidney or Bladder Trouble commence taking FOLEYS fe KIDNEY CURE at once as it will cure a slight disorder in a few days and prevent a I fatal malady It is pleasant to take and benefits the whole system now to Find Out You can easily determine if your kidneys are out of order by setting aside for 24 hours a bottle of the urine passed upon arising If upon examination it is cloudy or milky or has a brickdust sediment or small particles float kidneys are diseased and FOLEYSyour CURE should be taken at once the the the new All No the 213 South Street GA 1003 ray which no seemed by cf seat far sad was very with i my S my food fe the her I am once a well Atlantl a B Durhaiis Four Years G B of Center N Y writes About four years ago wrote you stating that had been cured of a severe kidney trouble by taking less than bottles of 1 Foleys Kidney Cure It entirely stopped the brlck dust sediment and pain and symp rS of kidney disease disappeared am glad to say that I have never lia return of any of those during four years that have elapsed and am cured to stay cured and heartily Foleys Kidney Cure to any one suffering from kidney bladder trouble Y 50 and 109 I i SOLD RECOf 4 r VERNON DRUG flies not the appetite or to 4ing drink Catarrh that membranes Kodol Indigestiondyspepsia iii NE4 p Coming On Tfs Own Train THE GREAT VAN AMBURG SHOW Hppodrome7Museum and Trained Anima Exposition WILL POSITIVELY EXHIBIT A- TItllenieiityesdayJyneZIfi Combined on a scale of Magnitude never attempted before Corning in all its vast entirety Bigger Better Greater Grander than ever before A Magnificent Display of Entirely Now Features Grand Gigantic Mural Museum of Marvels The Great New Golden Menagerie Many Strange Zoological Specimens Including the Rarest Animals in Captivity The Lioness waN and her family of young cubs Ai j000 featurethe largest liv ing Hippopotamus in captivity weighing 0000 pounds A Monster BloodSweating Behemoth of Holy Writ Captured in the densest Morass of wildest regions of mysterious Nile ZOOLOGICAL CAKDKN brought toy nr city on wheels The Human Meteors La family of Sensational Aerialists perpendicularOrganimtionGHANJ STHBET PAGEANT T1le and costly Steam to be se en daily in our Free Spectacular New Street Parade Juneovertised shows children half price gambling or swind ling allowed Honesty and fair dealing motto of this vast intWine of Garden Cured Prior Her 1 ATLAXTA March 21 Iextremestomach medicine J iJICardui praised several myui friends I a bottle certainly pleased the results Within three days jStroubleddigest without diminished and Nature functions without and woman OLIVE more graduallyI Secure Dollar Bottle ofJ VineofCarduiTcday Testifies After Burhans Carlisle entirely two a symptoms the evidently recommend or River Pearl Piano concern nervousness TO THE WEST SOUTHWEST CALIFORNIA ETC Best reached via Missouri Pacifi Railway or Iron Mountain Route from St Louis Cairo or Memphis greatly reduced Oneway Colonist rates on February 21 March 21 1905 to Arkansas Texas Indian land Oklahoma Territories and numerous points in outer Western States Great opportunity for the homeseeker or investor Home seeker round trip tickets on sale oflIwinter resorts of the West and Southwest Liberal limits and stop over privileges Daily through Standard Pullman sleepers from St Louis via Missiuri Pacific Railway or Iron Mountain Route also per sleepersTuesdays cQallgeDecriptive particulars qMatthewsNorton Bldg Louisville Ky W M Francisco MONUMENTAL WORKS Brodhead Ky Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones ALL W RKFIRSTCL SATISFACTION iV SSI 4I KENTUCKY FAIR DATES The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs fOTI 1905 as far as reported Lancaster July 132 days Brodhead August 163 days London August 243 days Crab Orchard July I93 days Houstonville July 263 days Madisonville AUgIS days Danville Aug 23 days Harrodsburg Aug 84 days Fern Creek Aug IS4daJS Sheperdsville Aug I54 days Lawrenceburg Aug 154 days Vauceburg Aug i64 days GuthrSe Aug 173 days Shelbyville Aug 224 days Springfield Aug 234 days Nicholasville Aug 29 3 days Bardstowu Aug 304 days Somerset Aug 294 days Florence Aug 30a days Klizabethtown Sept S3 day Glasgow Sept 134 days The Kentucky State Fair Lex ington September 1S6 days Henderson Sept 266 days Falmouth Sept 27d days Owensboro October 1o5 days JUST WHAT EVERYONKSHOUID Do Mr J T Hcrhpr nf Tnwiiiwill Ga always kecpsa bottle of Cham be Iains Colic Cholera and Diarr hu a Remedy at hand ready for in stant use Attacks of colic chol era morbus and diai rhoea come on so 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 Remedy which is ote of the best medicines I ever saw I keep a bottle of it in my room as I have had severAl attacks of colic and it has proved to be the best medicine lever used For sale by all druggists EVERYTHING NEW AND ORIGINAL A good attraction waill always draw a paying crowdand none know this fact better than people who have spent years in the show business The Great Van Amburg Show comes this year with more and better attractions than ever be fore and is filling its tents wherever it exhibits Sep the grand free street parade in the forenoon on day of exhibition More and better acronats tumblers and trapeze performers and more funny clowns and trained horses and ponies than any show on the road The Van Amburg Show will arrive in Mt Vernon on its pvvn special trains Tuesday June 27th and give two exhibitions 2 oclock in the afternoon and 8 oclock in the evening From twelve to forty indictments are expected in Chicago as result of the grand jury investigation o the Beef Trust Bills are said have been drawn against five pack ing firms THE S ALVE THAT PENE TRATES DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve pen etrates the pores of the skin and by its antiseptic rubifocient healing influence it subdues andI tion and cures boils burns cuts eczema tetter ring worm and all skin diseases Aspecific for blind bleeding itching and protruding piles The original and genuine Witch Hazel Salve is made by E C DeWitt Co and sold by Mt Vernon Drug Co The lower house of the Norwe gian parliament unanimously adopt ed without discussion the bill pro viding for the establishment of a separate Norwegian consular ser viceThe 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 Sold bv all iris TARts Cure Colds Prevents Pneumonia t r- a HARGIS TRIAL tWinchester Democr- atMiiclisensatioual maiur JIll been Lint to the time last- wwtek regardingtime Harris md F enchniala l Jacksonerhi taringseluled Saturday with tbc discharge of the defendants County Attorney Blanton threw tbe case Saturday by lelinf- Magistrate Allen to take his couri and go to the devil with it Blan ton left coun aid later stated tha the reason he aid so w is to prevent bloodshed as he learned Hose Felt ner who was arusedl would attempt to harm the defendants The courtI refused to allow Mr Bla to employ a special stenographer and B F French i said to have toldIthe official stenographer what mony to record County Attorney Blanton is said to have told Sheriff McCord that he feared lose Felt ner would have bten killed if he hadattempted to testify When court convened Mrs Mar cum stated to the court that she was without counsel and had been worried by her twodays ordeal on the witness standj and she would like to have the trial adjourned ui tl responded that he was willing to have the trial to snit Mrs Marcums adjournedI but he wanted to would be ready Monday with an attorney and witnesses to proceed She answered that she had tried to dismiss the prosecution and toe defendants insisted on trial and hat she would therefore product her witnesses if the court would ive them protection The court eclared that protection would be given all Mrs Marcum then made ths sensational statement rI will stay here if requested all summer and mswer any question askee but I want protection during the trial If they want to proecite me for perjury let them wait till their trial is over At this juncture Alex Hargis sprang to his feet and said I wisl to saw to this lad and to this court that I neither desire nor intend tc ujure her or any other witness by prosecution otherwise She ha had me Arrested on this charge and I am here to meet it I willmeet her and her witnesses today Monday or any time she may choose but if she does not intend to prose cute me sie ought to say so now I feel that it is due the public tha they hear the facts as they are our put an e1d to this newspaper reporters sending out reports malign ing my character and injuring the fair name of my wife and children I dont want Mrs Marcum to make any statement on the wit ness stand unless she does so willingly nor do I want any of her witneve5 bnuiht here under at tachment unless it is done at request It matters not what decision of this court may be theI citizens of this county are to hear the proof and judge guiltyCountyan nounced that he hadno further testimony to offer The then took the stand and defendantsI fied that he had nothing o n information sent free on receipt of coupon with blank lines filled S Genl Eastern Agent Broadway YORK CITY F A General Passenger Agent CHICAGO o i i t The Kind You Have Always Bought amid which has been iii use for over CO years has borne the signature of and has been made Cruder his per- C lLIt sonal supervision since its infancy Allow no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasjjood are bns Experiments that trifle with and endanger health of ExperiutentIVVhat is CASTORIA Castorfa is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare 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 anl allays Foverishness It cures Diarrhoea anil Vind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Pool regulates the Stomach and Rowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GEHUINE CASTOR ALWAYS Bears the Signature of i =1- y IThe Kind You Have Always Bought in Use For 30 Years CONY MURY STUT YOI rnottestimony was ullered by either partyIan releasing them from custody FouND A CURE liOR 1ySiEP3IA Mrs S Lindsay of Fort William Ontario Canada who has suffered quite a number of years from dys pepsia and great pains in the stomata was advised by her druggist to take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets She did so and ayu I find that they have done ne a great deal of good I have never had any suffering since I be gan using them If troubled with dyspepsia or indigestion why not take these Tablets well and stay well At all druggi- stsUndertaker 3 OjyieCLARY Embalmer Complete LINE of Caskets Robes Orders by Telephone attended promptly Stanford Ky C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY J5STOFFICE On 2nd floor o The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church street Special attention given to So M L MYERS Dentist Mt Vernon Ky- FirstClass Work OFFICEAt residence on Cld Main St known as C C Wil liams residence PHONE No 73 Will be in office at BRODHEAD every MONDAY noon till Tuesday IN rake LAXATIKE BROMO QUININE Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature is on each box 25CtS FOLE nOMANDTAR for children cafe jure Jlo opiate I Opportunities in California The trade in the Orient is opening up multipliedduringThere will soon be a tremendous increase in the trade of the Pacific Coast cities with the Far EastBig opportunities lives there Whynot look the fieldover Only 6250 Chicago to San Francisco or LoslAngeles and return May i 239101 11213 29 3o3 I June i August 6 7 8 9 10 12 13 andI4 1905 Tickets good for return for 90 days Rate for a double berth in a comfortable tour fistsleeper from Chicago to San Francisco Los pointsinUnion Passenger Station Chicago via the Chicago Milwaukee St Paul j Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Line UnionPassengerExpress at 1025 p m The California Express carries tourist sleeping cars to California every day Both trains carry through standard sleepers Complete W HOWELL NEW or MILLER 7 4 v the Over get c the Name Street address City State Probable destination CUFORYU ii f