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Published Every Friday 1nuntievnnn Digual VOLUME XVIII MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY JUNE 30 1905 NUMBER 40 UW o f Have Many Times Though How enormous our trade would be providingall the people really knew what an uptodate stock we carry and how very cheapwe sell them CLOSING OUT Neve but we will give you much better prices than any concern that advertises at cost June is the monthof 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 Tfie have to offer men5i 251 50 and 1 75 hats at the astonishingly low price of 5ets 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 clothing at about oiie half 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 i percaleswhile they last at 4cts a yard Full bolts new patterns anduptodate calicoes We hope our lady customers will come early and take advant age of this heretofore unheard of price Summer Dress Goods We will offer all the new things in summer Dress goods at about onehalf the regular price These goods of course have to be seen to be appreciated r If we used all the space in this paper we could not begin tovtell you 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 I fH T SPRI lJI Dear friends who read tins SIR oflPossnmmy now then send a wish or a thought after me Yes our friends think of us and will continue to ao so while we live but well soon fade from their memory when the curtain that hides the great beyond is drawu and we have passed from their view The question then arises Who is our friends and if you will read naborlyonfrieud or just turn to the Mor al Law and read it but 1 dont intend to moralize or preach now Here lam with good people Mr Gorenflo and family the good lady runs the house while her hus baud is contracting and building We Thorn and I are a little more than 200 miles southeast from Mt Vernon six miles from the see line up the French TennesI Madison county N C the home of R P Norton and other noted North Carolitiaians who nowI live in Kentucky We are not only in the Old North State but in the famous Blue Ridge mountains that extend from Pennsylvania to hts cool and the air ex hilerating but the days seem bor rowed from Kentucky temperature We have no theftometer therefore cant tell where it registers We have invalids here from many parts of the United States and some Japan and Africaold negroes but not many of them Patients are generally suffering from indiges tion and rheumatism The warm water makes one sick to either drink or bathe in for a time but they are soon over it The Dr has just made a thor ough examination prescribed hot water and drugs He says heI wants me to remain a month at least He is a fine looking man and I am persuaded to think that he is well up in his profession forI he says f medicine is trot a science and the more I learn about it the less I really know Were he aI quack he would hardly say so muchI but would try to look wise and say but little or talk all the time and tell nothing His name is Pecs I sleep well and eat plenty- I will have to delegate the running part of the various machines in Rockcastle to others for the time being The priests and high priests of the Sanhedrim the Le vites Proselytes Christians Jews and Campbellites must run religI ion Bill Owens Jake Elder and Co will run the singing contests but should be careful to sing with the spirit and understanding remembering Lots wife Dave Gen try Cricket will run pollytix 1 T Mcjurisprudence Drs Ham and DeBords drugs and patent medicines and well well see how these perform before assigning oth ersI cannot quit this without thank ing friends at Mt Vernon for dropping in Monday and offering much encouragement in appropriate words and no doubt many of themI left me breathing a silent prayerI God be with you till we meet again Of those whose names I remember were those good sisters Mrs Mary Carter Mrs Dr Davis Mrs Wm Sparks and Mrs Fanny Adams Of the gentlemen who called our oldtime friends M J Miller and D N Williams one of whom has passed the allotted three score and ten and bears I be lieve the distinction of being the only Mexican war veteran in Rock castle Mr Williams is y ton the sunny side of that ancient allot ment Among the more youthful was Cashier Richards his assistant Mr Furnish Messrs ex Judge D P County Attorney L W and Attornev B J Bethurum Dr S C W Tand C C Davis Editor Albright Attorney C C Williams Judge Lewis Hugh and M J Mil ler Jr William Arnold and oth ers whom I dont now remember- I will say out of deference for many good friends in the old town that I dropped in unawares and many of them did not know that 1 was there A full blood Japanese woman prepared and brought me in dinner Sunday it was light and easy di gested I ask the prayers of all Christians BUCK VARNON WHOOPING COUGH IN JAMAICA- Mr J Rily Bennett a chemist of Browns Town Jamaica Wet 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 gratefulmothersafterusing thanking me for advising them This remedy is sold by all druggists r Bit 01 II BAD Miss Ethel Baker who has been visiting her sister Mrs Dr W E Graveley for the past year has re turned to her home at Martinsville Va Miss Ethel was a girl who whoIbe missed will even be putting it too lightH H Hutchesuu as sistant cashier of Citizens Bank is visiting his parents at Owenton and intends spending the Fourth with them Robert J Wilmott is on the sick listMiss Willie Benton has as her guest Miss Chad wick of Crab Orchard Woodyard Owens was in Stan ford having some dental work done last TuesdayJohn M Cranor is in Waycross Ga on business Chas Lyons of Junction City is here taking up 15 cars of lumber purchased from Cranor Smith Lumber Company The Cranor Smith Lumber Co is one of our best dustries and is employing from 50 to 75 men which is a good thing for any town Thev are shipping from 15 to 25 cars lumber staves and spokes per week and the hum of the saw can be heard on all sides as they art running three mills daily sawing staves and spokes At the rate they are now going it cant belong until the timber will be cleaned out which we dislike very much to see as we will hate to give up two such good jovial gentle manly fellows as Messrs Cranor Bessie and Fannie Sparks of Mt Vernon visited Miss Willie Benton and attended the Masonic celebration at the fair grounds and also the box supper at uightMiss Lena Roberts of Dallas Tex is visiting Mrs C H FrithTheprotracted meeting at the M E church is drawing urge crowds RayEdwardshas been visiting her sister Mrs J H Dunn returned home last Tuesday We will miss Miss Ray as she was one of the best musicians we ever heard considering age as she was ouly 12 years old but she certainly could make a piano talk Mrs W E Spraule visited Mrs W T Brooks at Mt Vernon first the weekA E Hutcheson of Owenton was visiting his brother J W Hutcheson first of the week Miss Suse Hilton has accepted position with her brotherin law Mr R H Batson of Lancaster clerk In his general storeMisses Lvda and Ethel Hilton are visiting their sister Mrs R H Batson at LancasterM was in Mt Ver non first of the week on business- C H Frith returned from Louis vitle TuesdayMiss Lillie Butner was the guest of Miss Clyde Cass first of week Juo Magee of Lancaster was here on business first f weekDont forget the Worlds Fair August 16 17 and 18 held at Brodhead KvMarion Sullivan- of Williamsburg was a registered guest at Frith Hotel Tuesday and WednesdayAmong the visitors at the Masonic celebration last Sat urday were Wade Larkins Jno Lusk N D Wallin Crab Orch ard F L Thompson Mt Vernon Rev O M Huey Stanford C E Gilbert Corbin Dr W J Chil dress Livingston Bogue Brown Preachersville Dr E J Brown Stanford and 75 or 100 others Mr and Mrs R L Collier visited his brother at Crab Orchard last WednesdayOur new depot has received some new repairs which were much needed and make a much better appearance now Three cheers for Dr Benton J H Dunn J F Watson J G Frith John Rubbins Rev A I Pike and others who were the instigators of the Masonic celebration were the men who used their utmost powers to make it a success and to it was is putting it too light People people they were here and if the day had been a pretty one I doubt that the fair grounds wpuld have heM themRals Wilmott was in Corbin first weekGrant Sig man a C V conductor of Corbin bin is visiting his father John Sig man for a few daysSt Johns day celebration by Brodhead Lodge F A M at the fair grounds was a great success Members of this Lodge also visiting members from Paris Lebanon Danville Lancaster Corbin Mt Vernon Preachersville and Crab Orchard formed into procession at the Lodge room and marched to the fair grounds headed by the Crab Orch ard band where a crowd of about five hundred were in waiting Af ter an eloquent address by Rev Huey of Stanford the crowd was servedwith roast beef mutton pickles and other good things to eat After all had been fed the crowd was then feasted upon oratory that was good to hear by Revs Huey Pike Smith and Pence Rev Hueys address was beautiful Rev Smith and Rev Pence very inter esting but from a Masonic view Bro Pikes address was a master piece and a plain exposition of what Masonry stands for It was deliv ered with great eloquence and zeal Established 1 7J11 For Spring and Summer Goods is now at its height and you are debating in mention bycalling3 DRESS GOODS ydMohairNice Suiting 15c Organdies all colors lOc Canvass Back Ducks all colors lOc Nice Dress Lawns 5c to 7ic SHOES andxprriLadies Slippers at 75c to 175 per pr Full Line of Buggy Harness that we can iplease you with in Collar Names and Breast strop at from 550 to 10 per set Do not to give call your Lowes Prces OUR JIOTTOGood Goods iat Lowest Prices fair treatment p to all cJcc 887 UNDERWEAR Underwear Underskirts i something I DropHead THOS CHERRY BRODHEAD KENTUCKY ITER= 8888 They Gibralter Rockcastle Countyta Financial InstitutionsfB CITIZeNS BftNK ti1 BRODIIEADi mOffersuto people a safe conservative System mACCOUNTS OF Individual Firms Corporations 5011clted pleasm3 st on all deposits not monthsmHUTCHESON Cashier tIJr aBBB8 and one that heard the address was better for it Bre and all other speakers the earnest and sincere thanks of Lodge for ance At night a box supper was given greatly enjoyed by those present After supper in the Third degree was conducted by the visiting brothers workwas enjoyed by all present Taken all in all it was a great day for the as well as the public who seemed to take in in it and enjoy the same CUBAN DIARRHCEA U S soldiers who served in during the Spanish war this disease is and that ordi nary remedies havelutle more than so Cuban hoea is almost as severe and dangerous as a attack cholera There is remedy however that can always be depended as will be seen by the following cer tificate Mrs Minnie Jacobs of Houston Texas I hereby certify that Chamberlains Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy cured my husband of a at tack of Cuban diarrhoea which he brought home We had several doctors but did him no good One bottle of this remedy him as our neighbors will testify I thank God for so valua ble a medicine by all drug gists To LOUISVILLE The L N will sell tickets to Louisville 30 and 31 j for 4i2 round account of the Convention National of Stationary Engineers DTABI y S i Ladies Vests lOc to 15c Mens 45c per suit Ladies in Black and White 75c to 125 Nice Line Line Ladies Dress Skirts in Black Brown and Gray at to each Lot Men and Boys Straw Hats 10 to 25c Childrens Sailors 20 to 25c each Do not flail to call and buy off our tOe counter of Glassware Straw Matting jointless 15c per yd Straw Mattings in fine carpet styles Blue ydCarpets X Good Sewing Machine 5 guarantee at 1250 fail us a We want trade and will give you 3 OB of I KY the and and ttl Pay per cent inter of 100 or more when left in the bank and check tcj r J W 4 0 88 88 S 8 every Pike have Brod head their noble assist and was work and their those Masons terest Cuba know what effect much water diarr mild of one upon from Colic severe from Cuba they cured Sold July trip Annual Associatiou each R 200 400 year QF LEVEL GREEN t The enormous amount of rain we have had during the past two weeks is becoming somewhat mo notonous especially so to the chronic grumers It is a bit dam aging to wheatMessrs V H O B and VJ Brown came home Sunday from LaFollette Tenn JoeRenner was visiting at J N Browns SundayRev H D Burnette of Science Hill called on his soninlaw WmH Brown SundayMesdames D S Wood ward and Henry Mills of London passed through here the en route to Dallas Pulaski county to see their father Wm Catron who has since passed into the great beyond from whence no a of G W Ow returnsIhis remainswith speedy re out very much change in his con ditionMiss Dora Hatcher re turned home last week from a long visit among relatives and friends at Boones Path VaW H Mullins sold to J B Cummins onecombin ed harness and saddle horse for SIlO M B DeBord was up Sun day from HI rod scattering sunshine in the pathway of the downcast and gloomy ones The magnetic pres ence of some peopkseems to have muchImany suchOur merchant H C Broughton is doing business at the same old stand Level Green Mr Broughton has moved his family hereMr A C So wder went to Berea Sunday The teachers ofour community are agreeably anticipat ing a weeks pleasant instructions at the the teachers institute to be held in your town next week rounlrgd a ia1 A4 A rssr PENSION REPORT Major A T Wood Pension Ex aminer for Kentucky is making yearIsurvivors in that war and the wi IN dows receive 8a month For the Indian wars three survivors twenty widows receive pensions There are 216 survivors of the Mexican war in Kentucky who receive pen sions and 407 widows The Civil war has the largest list to its credit there being 5669 survivors and 2646 widows who receive pensions For servioe in the SpanishAmer ican war 628 survivors received pensions and 211 widows About 1000000 is distributed annually through the Louisville office in pensionsIt be noticed that in the ear Tier wars the widows outnumber the veterans by a large Majority while in the later wars the veter ans outnumber the widows The reason assigned for this that veterans marry young wives and it is probable that in twenty er thirty years from now the widows who receive pensions will greatly outnumber veterans of the Civil warWe like best to call SCOTTS EMULSION a food because it stands so emphatically for perfect nutrition And yet in the matter of restoring appetite of giving new strength to the tissues especially I to the nerves its action is that of a umpleSC medicine 40915 Pearl Strttt aDy k i 4 Rw 555r55 P MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY JUNE 30 1905 Published every Friday ty to EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO i Advertising rates made known on application THE State Fair Association are nuking long and loud appeals U thepeople of the State to lend then assistance in making the Fair which will le held in Lexingtot in September a success and that unless the Fair is n SHTPS ths year that there are very grave douots about the Legislature making any further appropriations for it If all tho e who gave assistance in the past received the same con sideration that the newspaper met have we see no reason why it liar not been a financial success all the while LouisviLLE is to have as one of its summer attractions the dogeat ing Igorrotes from the Philippines says the CourierJournal which paper makes an appeal to le them come that they may devour some few at least of the citys hundreds of worthless canines Louisville and Jefferson county cannot furnish an ample supply to satisfy their dogeating appetites just send them on to Rcckcastle where they will find the supplj equal to the demand PRESIDENT HADLEY of Yale announced at the alumni dinner Wednesday afternoon that John D Rockefeller had given 1000000 to the institution A few more do nations and what a great philanthropist Rockefeller will be NEWS ITEMS The annual report of State Com missioner of Insurance Henry r rewitt recommends the enactment of legislation barring from busi r ness in Kentucky any life insurance company which pays any of its executive officers a salary in excess of 50000 a year A rumor was in circulation in St Petersburg Monday night that Jen Kuropatkin had been killed There was another rumor that 70 000 Russians had been cut off by Gen Nogis army Neither re port has been confirmed by press dispatches or the Russian General Staff The Simpson county grand jury has returned true bills against A S Walker J A McGoodwin Charles Bievard and J K Caldwell form erlyconnectedwith the J A Me Goodwin Banking Company of Franklin Ky charging them with receiving deposits after they knew the bank was insolvent Here is a chance for the unemployed Kansis wants 22000 har vest hands at 75 a day for m nth Go West young man au work It is better every way than loafing Stanford should send a least a carload of youngsters heir She could spare that num ber or do nothings and then hay too many leftI J Frict on with Chairman Shonts of the Isthmian Canal Commission is believed in Washington to have been one of the causes that led to the resignation of Chief Engineer Wallace There is also some reason for thinking that Mr Wallace may have reached the conclusion that the construction of the canal would be impracticable Germanys reply to the latest French note on the Morocoan con troversy is said to have been pre pared and to contain a request fo a clearer statement of Frances pro gramme in Morocco Should the rejoinder from France be satisfac tory on the subject of coast trade and frontiers it is further said Ger many will abandon the idea of an international conference A step forward has been taken in the negotiations for the peace conference and the date of the meeting is now being considered by the Russian Emperor An answer is not expected for a day or two The Russky Invalid the army organ at St Petersburg supplies an argument for peace in its estimate of the strength of the Japanese ar my which it places at from 550 000 to 600000 men It is reported that Chinese senti ment in opposition to the exclusion laws of the United States is grow ing fast and is manifested in many ways to the detriment of American interests in the Orient The exI elusion of Chinese coolies from Hawaii and the Philippine Islands is regarded as particularly obnox ious The Chinese Government is being urged my many of its sub jects to take a firm stand in the matter President Roosevelt has issued orders to diplomatic and consular representatives requiring a careful performance of duties under the Chinese exclusion act in order Chinese travelers of the exempt 1 I z S classes may not be subjected to harsh treatment by immigration officers This action by the Presi dent has been induced by representations that the Chinese guilds and other commercial bodies threat en a boycott of American goods un less harsh treatment of Chinese travelers to this country is aban doned Several waterpower concessions have recently been granted in the district of Santandei Spain Most of them are of small importance- but they will probably be able to develop about 4000 horsepower Opportunity is offered to producers of machinery tubes and electrical apparatus in America to compete with the French aud German fu ms now studying this field Rails and rolling stork will be required by wine of the small railroads to be constuicted in that vicinity American firms should try for orders Great Britain is actively engaged in strengthening her coast defenses in Western Canada by building a new fort at Esquimalt B C Thej war in the far East has enforced the withdrawal of the entire Pacific squadron from the Canadian coast inorder to protect English holdings alone the east coast of Asia This left the British waters in Puget Sound unprotected except for a fort at Esquimalt which was arm ed with guns more or less obsolete Esquimau is situated on the inner end of the en trance to Puget Sound iStatistics of imports into Switzerland point to the fact that the Unit ed States is not getting its fair thriftyIthree months of last year Argen tina for example is credited with in import of 349893 bushels of corn whereas the amount coming from the United States in the same period wes Duly 16592 bushels From Russia came 2451410 bush els of wheat and from the United States 85100 bushels Gtrmauy imported 154880 pairs of shoes while only 5720 came from the United States ADJOINING COUNTIES An extension of the Southern railway from Harrodsburg to Dan vine will be opened early in August and residents of and Mercer counties andshippers in that lo cality will be a substantial paRs senger rates to Louisville The extension is almost completed and will shorten the distance from Louisville to Danville about miles x Time is lessened more appreciably however from the fact that no junction will be necessary with the Cincinnati branch of th Southern at BurginAdvocate The Jessamine Journal says that a very important and an uncommon case was decided by judge Bent in the Circuit Court therelast Fri day The suit was brought by A J Sageser against Frank Miller executor to recover the oneeight h of the proceeds of the Miller farm recently sold for about 15000 Frank Miller made his will in 18S and died shortly thereafter H left at his death eight children among whom was an unmarried daughter who several years after the the death of her father married the plaintiff A J Sageser to this union was born one son A short time after the birth of this child diedIhis 200acre farm to his wile fort life and afteryher death provided that it should be sold by his execu equalIethe executor sold the farm for about 15000 Mr Sageser then brought suit claiming that he was entitled under the will to his former wife portion of the proceeds of thi farm The question was novel and created much interest among the legal fraternity here and through out this judicial district E B Hoover brought the suit and N L Bronaugh represented the exec utor Judge Benton took consider- r able time on the case and a very stile and lengthy opinion holding that Mr Sageser was en titled to the one eighth interest that his wife if living would hay received 11EL1G10USj The following a brief summary of the figures contained in the of ficial report just published of W J Semelroth Chief Secretary n the Worlds Fourth Sunday School Convention The tatals of Pro testant Sabbath Schools teachers and scholars in Europe Asia Afri ca North and South America an the islands of the seas are Schools 260905 teachers 2414757 schol ars 23442993 The United States leads with 139817 Sunday Schools 1419897 teachers and 11493591 enrolled scholar England an Wales comgrnext with a total memo bership ofa little more than half this number while Greece the least in the list has only four Sunday Schools seven teachers and jSo scholars It means much for religious interests of mankind tha nearly twenty three and a half million youth are being indoctrinated in the Bible and it is a cheering fact that the number of these Bible stu dents steadily increases With war in Manchuria and in Poland and prospects of war i wdcomte ilr 9 f L iiii IO A I TTIY 1 NTS IJyouimay e as to our prices I Take advantage of our low prices while thelu last OH summer wear Special bargains in LOW CUT SHOES Cart without delay and examine our stock tA C H1ATT f ATT KY BII= L n = ii I a lh gem8meR MILLINERY SSII HI MilliNERY Q BARGAINS Jwill place on sale beginning MONDAY TUNE Xlltha lot of rimmed Hats at great reduction e Now is your chance for a pretty summer hat Mrs CLEO BROWN MT VKKNOX KY11i1 em Ii0iSel MILLINERY meSle POLITICS 1N I POLITICIANS Louisville is to have a Fusion ticket Hon Henry R Lawrence for two terms a member of the Lesisk tore is in the city having conn over from a meeting of the Ken tucky Press Asscciation Mr Law rence is one of the leading candi dates for the Speakership ol the next Hoifse He is the editor of the Cadiz Record one of the best papers in the Southern part of the State and the newspaper boys are all his friends and are for him for almost anything hi w1ntsKy State Journal- e We understand that when Judge Sherman boper of Somerset takes the office of collector of this dis trict he will have a new force of deputies all round Even Mr Bland Ballard who has bleu irTllie office since Harrison was Presidents is to go It is said that Mr Ballard will be one of the revenue agehts of this StateInterior Journal 5JohnI 11 Pattison was nominated- e vernor by the Ohio Demo cratic convention Wednesday The platform declares for the adoption of the principle of the referendum in certain matters of legislation References to William J Bryan by the chairman and other speakers were received with great applause The resignation of John R McLean as National Committeeman was re ceived and accented A special from Washington dat ed June 23rd says The Presi dent today appointed Sherman Copper of Somerset Collector of Internal Revenue of the Eighth Danville Kentucky district to succeed lames H Denton Secre tart Shaw announced the appoint ment immediately after the Cabinets meeting He told the Presidents that early in the year the Kentucky Republicans reached an agreement to oust Denton from the office and give the place to Cooper The President at that time agreed to the appointment and upon the remind er of the Secretartto day the Pres appointItio the efforts diS1tpast to prevent any slip in the arrangements made several months ago In the two races for the Republican congressional nomination Mr Cooper was a strong Edwards partisan while thefHunter Edwards won the nomi nation and determined that Den ton would have to go The Presi fordThere may be method in Line vitchs madness He has probably learned by experience that one thedlong leave of absence with per mission to retnrn home New York is to have 1 560 foot high building Too bad the architects of the Tower of Babel did not steeltframe construction p IHAL S JIPf1IYESITO CONS The uiulrn itiiv having hen rest red to liy simple means after suffering for Severn verswitlia severe Inn affection and that dread disease coxsr IIITIOX is duosrerrsr e it he will cheii fully send freeof charge a copy of the Inscription usedtrhicli they will rind a sure euro fur Cod UITIOX Hroxeiims runt all throat anil linn He hopes all sullirer will iy his remedy as it is itival nabtelhnse desiring the prescription which will cost may drove lilcssini will plrase address REV Vriox Krooklyn New York mar 051yr- The patriotic American who de sires to achieve notoriety as a mountain climber need riot go to the Alp for in the ascent of Mt Hood time loftiest peak of the Cas cade mountains which extend north and south across Oregon and Washington for inille he will findan ample outlet for his amhi ions Mt Hood reaches an elevn ion of over ir ooo feet thus ranking among the highesl peaks of the world epidemicotherwise spotted fever is not by any means a newly discoAered cti ease but has been exhaustively studded for over 90 years In 1837 the mandy broke out at Bayonne among two regiments of the line which being removed to other gar risans spread the epidemic Spotted fever is of short duration and dies down on the return of sunshine and warmth FOURTH OF JULY RATES The L N will sell tickets at one and onethird fare for round trip to all points on system on July ist to ath good until JulySth- It is said that the names of the Russian and Japanese Peace Plenipotentiaries will be announced Saturday Three persons were killed and three injured in a wreck on the Sauta Fe railroad in Kansas City Lee Furman and John OBrien whito were hanged at Lancaster Pa for the murder of an old toll gatekeeper To avoid the penalty of the new mortgage tax law which becomes effective July i it is estimated that borrowers nn New York State will secure no less thah 50000000 be fore that tim- eBEST FOR THE- BOWELS It you havent a regular healthy movement of the towels every day youre itorwlllbe your open and Force in the shape of violent physic or pill poison Is dangerous Thi smoothest easiest most perfect ot keeptrg the clear clean is to take LiDCANDY EAT EM LIKE CANDYIPleasant Palatable Potent Taste Never Sicken or and Writeforfreesampleandbookletonhoalth or KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN VEGETABLE SICILIAN newerA restores color to hair all the dark rich color itused allndandruff disappe3Is An elegant dressin u rbc j 7 s CUT 12 1NTWO O VIe have sold our store building and must close out our goods at PRICES CUT HALF IN TWO Come and buy your Shoes SMrfs Overcoats and GV crfhingof all 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 The census of the Philippines just published shows that the for est in the islands in which there are 747 varieties of wood are worth about 300000000 or double those ilashIingtoniu that particular assets Then there are great deposits of coal iron and lead and there are many indications of gold and silver all of which represents a wealth of sever al billions more e The renovation of J Pierpont Morgans house at Madison avenue and Thirtysixth street New York during the bsence of the family in Europe has brought to the sur face Miss Florence Mason Rhett household secretary to the great financier and one of the highest salaried as wellas the hardest worked women in the United States Those who ougl t to know say her salary is 10000 a year the same as H H Rogers the Standard Oil magnate pays to Miss Katharine Harrison and 2000 a year more than lichen Gould is said to pay Miss Elizabeth Altman SPRAINED ANKLE STIFF NECK LAME SHOULDER These are three common ailments or which Chamberlains Pain Balm is especially valuable If promptlY Applied it will save you time money and suffering when troubled with any one of these aliments For sale by all druggists A second steamship is to he placed in service upon Lake Titi cats in Peru the highest lake in the world being some 15000 feet alreadyytone es en this sheet of water According to German papers there are two industries in Belgium which owe their existence solely to the fact that denaturated alcohol is not subject to any tax in Belgium namely the manufacture of ether and of artificial silk which yse more than ofalcohol per yearIAs long as labor leaders are en to inspect Chinamen chosj for admission to this coentry unreasonable to expect tlat they will be treatek with greater courtesy than the labor leaders accord to American workmen who dont belong to the union THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE For coughs croup whooping cough 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 non Drug Co Luminous imps have been discovered by the prince of Monaco in the course of his deep sea fish lIng in the Mediterranean They live at a depth of from 1100 to i 600 fathoms They are studded with small phosphorescent spots These light their way in the gloom of the deep water BLLTHE COUCH i CURE TKS LUrICiSl n alrUr51f gS r If4ew DiSOW fJI IFOR ONSUSIPTIOH and IPricD Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TKOTTB g LESJor MONEY C1r2 gj If you want to buy or sell castle real estate see the RockII tie Real Estate Co o n Q J Iii 9AtrILr T Y J9r 1j M LIOE1SQ 4 rJtlJ ti HAVErf you examined our line c l of Spring and Summer fieHlfnot dont tail to do so before t G i buying a PRICE atlll QUALITY bout will siityon t tPourS for badness it11 j Phone HO f jA G 9 ROBT COX Mt Vernon Ky iQ ie I I tJ u ter p JONA MCKENZIE 1 COMECOMEJr rl E invite all to court antlL ITCLOTIIINGd I I tWecariTyafull line of Clothing that willsnit all sixes and ages Our goods are right lndOUl mines are IIYOUR BANKING No matter how small 110 mattter how large THE BANK of MT VERNON V lpplieStoRemember we pay 8 per cent interest on all deposits of 5100 or more when left with the bank and not checked upon for a period of six months or more OFFICERS CashierJ IQtiTW i Cincinnati Leatingioii hllOX k AshevHle Charleston Savannah Afkiaar jacksonvills- Birmingham New Orleans Shreveoort and Texas PointsF- OR N AIKHN Trav Passr Agt 89 E drain St ixington Ky WA OARP tTTT Gen Mgr W C RINGARSON On Pass kt G r To Cure a Cold in One DW Take Bronio Quinine Tablets Seven Mffion boxes sold fa past 12 months This Signature I 11Q Cuacogat Laxative Cures Grip in Two Days on every boat 25c J MT VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON Ky JUNE 30 1905 79 Cell up No 79 whenyou want to Corn nwnt cute with SIGNAL 791 Jb0 Jn RCO TIME TABLEj 22 north 124 pm 24 north 332 a ui 23 south 124 p n 21 South 1236 a m AgcntlPhon jilton1It tIll Itrllllll Ky 1usttfleeI- Is se oud class wail matter p J R SON Ab ineMavsville Miss Robeita Davis was very sick y yesterday James 1 Vhite was up from Stanford Saturday Miss Susie Thompson has been very sick this week Born to the wife of Marion Den ham a fine boy baby Mrs Cook spent the week with herdaughter Mrs Ballard Scott Vard the merrygoround man is here for a weeks stay with D R Brock of London spent Tuesday until yesterday with relatives here Mrs W C Mullins came up fiom Livingston Wednesday to take in the circus Jack Adams came in from Bo mnn Ark Wednesday for a tvo niontlisvacation Chas C Davis has resigned his position as traveling salesman for the Wm S Merrill Co Mr and Mrs L T Houk of Jamestown Ind are with friends and relatives in this county for a f daysMr Mrs W T Davis are rejoicing over the arrival of a tine girl baby at their home Sunday morningMrs T Fish Mr J Fishs mother who has been very sick for the past month we are glad to say is slightly improved Misses Stella and Annie McClary and Sarah Baughman of Stanford will arrive this afternoon to visit th Misses Thompson Mrs Ret Hiatt of Hiatt and Miss Clyde Cass of Brodhead will spend some time with relative in Indiana this summer John Shutts of Level Green who has been in very poor health for some time is thinking of moving to a different climate Mrs Schooler after a visit of several days to her daughter Mrs Willis Adams returned to her home in Paiit Lick Wednesday Miss Beriha Walcoit closed her music classes here and at Brodhead for the summer and left Wednesday for Keokuk Iowa for vacation Mrs Langdon of Baltimore the lady who donated the money for the additions to the dormitory was here yesterday the guest of Miss Sam Ward spent a couple of days in town this week Mr Ward is very hopeful that there is something better in store for Liv ingstonIProf J W Iielnnd who is well and favorably known to the Ml Vernon people will be present at the Institute next well and con duct the singing Walter Mullins says that Mr W H Williams of Aztec N 11 for whom Jie has worked since Jan will probably visit Rockcastle frcnds and relatives this fill Walter Mullins returned from Aztec N M Saturday He says his brother Eugene is very much improved Valter is much pleased with that portion of the west l We understand there is some probability of Judge Jacob Sam brook becoming a citizen of Mt Vernon We heartily welcome the Judge and his most estimable wife to our town L O C A L Up todate furniture suits folding beds iron beds raatresses spiings pillows sideboards hat racks tales chairs rockers car pets matting rugs druggets wall paper and everything kept in firstclass furniture store We pay freight to your depo- tTRInnlr PKNCR may 19 tf Stanford Ky =2 = Your eyes tested free by S C Franklin Mt Vernon iTbe meeting of the Kentucky Press Association will be held at Crab Orchard Springs July 24 lasting two days The friends of C M Cummins will he glad to know that he is meeting with success at Corbin in the hotel business 11rIfor burial IuThe BarreHenderson gas well is down about 500 feet With another weeks work it will be known whether or not it is a dry hole Dr S C Davis is becoming one of the largest real estate owners in town having purchasedanother house and lot from James Arnold Jr en Adams street The Big Hill coal Company have closed down for an indeffinite peri od because some trouble brought about by the refusal of the Superintendent to recognize a check weighman whom the miters had Rockcastle County Teach ers Institute will convene at Mt Vernon Ky on Monday July 3rd All telchers who have certificates for said county and those that ex pect to be examined during the year are required to attend- G M BALLARD Supt Mr Jasper Rickels haj in his possession a seal of Douglas coun tyra which he found in the barn lot of the old Dr Joriliu farm now owned by 1 A BowrnanS It is supposed that it was brought here and lost by the soldiers passing through during the war- NOTICE All persons holding claims against the estate of Wallace Tol Clark decd will present same to me properly verified Likewise those indebted to his estate will please call at once and settle same G M BALLARD June 303 Admr We again ask our reader to please report to us any news you know It is our desire to give all the local happenings but unless it comes to our knowledge it is im possible Call phone No 79 It wil only take a very short time to tell us and thereby confer a great favor on ye editor as well as your friends and relatives who are aux ions to know what you ae doing We are in receipt of a catalogue of the Crab Orchard Fair Associa tion which exhibition takes place July 19 20 and 21 It is a fiftytwo page book well arrenged and nice ly printed the printing having been done by the Interior Journal job office Liberal premiums are offered and every assurance given the public that the fair will be one worthy of their patronage The Louisville Nashville Rail road is surveying the track from Livingston to Corbin preparatory to putting in a double track says a dispatch from Barbourville A survey is being made between East Bernstadt and Hazel Parch it is true but those who are in a better position to know say that it is only for a long siding on Crooked Hill We understand that the latest decision as to how the gas from the Livesay well can best be utilized is put it in the residences about town and the work of doing so will be begun in a very short time The fact that it has proven a failure in burning lime is no surprise and if the gas was a hundred times as strong as it is the same would be the result so long as used in the same manner in which it was in the Krueger lime kiln In the first place the kiln is not constructed so as to burn gas and in the second place the way in which the gas is piped into the kiln it does not liar e much more than one tenth the force and a proportional amount of heat that it would have if the pipes were properly arranged The one main pipe shooting the gas into the furnace and that is all which those who have have had experience with gas tell us is very dangerous arraugment and- o for as heating is concerned al most worthless It does seem that the gas should be used in some way For nearly a year it Ins been allowed to waste which propsrly thenprojectors who Had the well put down a nice little dividend on the amount expended I r f churcblthe Felix Bowman DeaconsDavid Hysinger Sam Hysinger Bruce Pursell Eld Green Fishand G W Taylor Deacons officiated Services first and third Sunday in each month 300 p m The great Van Amburg Show was here Tuesday and some of the boys who were so kind about exchanging with them greenback for silver and silver for green back have evidently learned a valuable lesson to keep their money in their pockets when in company Il with such people- DROwrvEDElijah Abney age 21 was drowned at Langford Sta tion last Saturday while attempt ing to rescue his younger brother who had been washed over a bar The younger brother reached the shore safely The father of the boys came near being drownedalso The body was recovered Saturday afternoon It seems from the re port given us that when Elijah who was a very strong young man and a splendid swimmer went to the rescue of tue brother that the young fellow in his terrible Strug gle seized Elijah about the neck in such a way as to render him unable to even rescue himself without rendering any assistance to the younger brother It is a very sad affair and the sympathy of all is extended to the bereaved familyS The Somerset Journal under a splendid halftone has the following to say of Judge W R Cress of Monticello an old Rockcastle boy who has a host of friends in this county Judge Cress is closing a successful administration affairs as County Judge of Wayne county he being the only Democratic County Judge in the Eleventh Congressional dstrict During his admiuis tratiou the taxable wealth of the has in value aboutJ Itonetaxation has been kept down to the minimum the roads improved and the credit of the county in all respects maintained If elected a member of the Legislature he willt advocatethe formation ofa new judicial district of the counties ofi Wayne Pulaski and Clinton He will champion the desire of Pulas ki for the location at Somerset of a State Normal School should the policy of Normal Schools in several sections of the State prevail a plan which he will warmly odvocate He will advocate State aid for the common country roads and a re vision of the road laws of the Com monwealth He will originate and carry through on his broad shoul ders equitable legislation controlling and protecting the petroleum industry of the State a form ofI legislation sorely needed in this large and increasing Judge Cress is wide and industryI known throughout the is a gentleman of splendfd personal presence forceful discreet mag netic and experienced iu the art of leadership in public life Capt W T Short deputy col lector of this city tells of a daring moonshine raid in Whitley county Tuesday night and Wednesday morning by himself and Deputy United States Marshal John Mul lius and a posse of guides Willis Jones a noted mountain character who for years has been operating an illicit still on Muddy Creek and other points in Whitley county dodging or defying the officers of the law and a woman who call her self Ellen Jones who claims to be Jones wife were captured and taken to the Williamsburg jail to await their trial on a charge of operating all illicit still as well as retailing liquor without a license Marshall Mullins came near losing his life from a bullet from a revol ver in the hands of the woman Jones and the woman were at the river fishing when the officers arrived at their lair Soon the woo man came up the gulch and was placed under arrest One of the men guarded her while Capt Short and the other two went to look for Jones They soon found him well concealed in the cane brakes com fortably seated on a log fishing They got the drop on him and soon had him handcuffed The woman who had been al lowed to go to the hut where she and Jones lived to get the latters coat came put with a large revol ver concealed in the garment Mullins told her to take her hand from the coat and she obeyed by drawing the weapon which she presented at Mullins breast Mullins knocked the weapon down just as it was fired and the ball plougheI the ground by his feet ate struggle ensued between the two and finally Mullins knocked the weapon from the womans hands The couple were t en t Williamsburg together Richmond Register Iaretheir lime kiln- Democrat Convention of the 5t1 Magisterial district composed of Browns and Brodhead precincts metIin convention 17th day of Brodhead The convention was called together by Committeeman- J H Dunn and Dr Percy Benton was elected temperary chairman and J F Watson Secretary Granville Leece was nominated as candidate for Magistrate and J D Harm nominated for Constable to voted for at the regular Noyen election 1905 J A Wood has purchased the stock of goods and store room cently sold by Cheiiault Evans o Clark Bros at Orlando This gives Mr Wood two good business houses and well selected stock of generalmerchandise in that splendid business center Bige as he is familiarly called is one of the best and most enterprising business men in our county and his many friends are anxious to see him make a great success which judging from his past record he will most sssuedly do unless overtaken by some dire misfortune un foreseen LLY1NUSTOA Rev A I Pike of Brodhead was in town Wednesday Jerome Adams was the guest of Mr and John Magee at Lancaster Misses Mattie and Geor gia McFerron are with their par ents at Pine HillMr aud Mrs Brack Graves have finally located- at CorbinMisses Emma Pen nington and Fannie DeVault of Mt Vernon werthe guests of Mrs Henry Reynolds Sunday and Monday Mrs Elizabeth Parsons of Quail is here visiting her daughters Mesdames George Doss John Walton and Mis Anna Parsons Mrs Egbert Hayes and baby of East Bernstadt spent a few days with Mrs George GriffinMrs ohn Howell and daughter Ger of Lebanon Junction are visiting Mrs John Mullins and Miss Bertiua u11insMr and Mrs Roy Mullius and baby Dema of Lebanon Junction are with their parents Mr and Mrs W F TubbsMrs J S Cooper return home Tuesday after a visit with Mrs Lawrence Dickison in Coy ingtonCharles Cooper express agent of this place will be located at CorbinG M Ballard of Mt Vernon and Mr Walker of Lan caster were in town Wednesday Frank Orndorfl H Orndorff CUsper Adams Archie Cooper Egbert Salyers Willie Tubbs and a number of grown ups attended the show at Mt Vernon Tuesday There will be a union Sunday school picnic at the ford of the river Friday evening Everybody cordially invited Mrs John R Carter and children spent a few days this week with Mr and Mrs T D Mullins at Mt Vernon Mrs Josephine Elmore and grand daughter Josephine Elmore are visiting Mrs Harlan Carrier in Louisville Mrs Sue Mullins went to Corbin Tuesday Casper Adams was in Richmond last weekMr returnedILpbauon o Stanford and Mr and Mrs David Griffin and Miss Anna Griffin are visiting Mr and Mrs Nelson Grif fin of Maretburg TOGO TO ROJEY It is this way When I need spectacles I go to Franklin at Mt Vernon and have my eyes tested and he does it right When they need changing he does it free of chargeHe also keeps sewing machine neodles for all machines oil belts c Repairs your spectacles when broken your watches and clocks when they dout run jun sotf TOGO 33 TO PACIFIC COAST Tickets will bean sale from Chicago via the Chicago Union Pacific and North Vestern Line during the autumn mouths at thi low rate Correspondingly to rates from other points Daily an personally conducted excursions in Pullman Tourist sleeping cars through without change to San Franciscp Los Angeles and Port 87 for double berth Full particulars on application t W B Kniskern P T M C W R3 Chicago Ill tCASTODlABeuatho c2 1IfJfl rr 933 Z i i GREATT Closing Out Sale i iHaving decided to go West we now offer ifor sale our entire stock of Dry Goods Cloth tting Shoes etc at ACTUAL COST for CASH Come one and all and take advantage of thisJ j great opportunity of supplying your wants ati prices you will never have again iWe have everything that you will find in a a firstclass uptodate store So come and be convinced that what we sayis true LiE have the Goods you want are making the priee to suit ROCKCASTLE RealEstateCo3IT VERNON KY 0 All farms etc advertised under this head will advertised and sold on a per cent and if no sale is made no cost for advertising FARM No IThis farm of all 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 roperly look after same because of his health The entire farm is under fence 170 acres in cultivation balance timbered three houses on farm good wells and springs and plenty of good stock water Also good orchard FARM NO 2Consists of 300 acres which will be sold in two separate tracts if desired This farm is located on the lt Vernon and Somerset road near Level Green Ky and is located in the best farming section of the county Well fenced li5 acres in cultivation balance timbered well watered one new twostory building and two tenant houses convenient to school church store and postollice and 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 spling 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 butnobuildings would be included on the 70 acre tract if a division is made FARM No tl1O acres near Brod head well fenced plenty good water good orchard Plenty timber to run farm good residence and one tenant house Can be bought for 55000 A great bargain FARM NO S8o acres of land be tween Brush creek and Orlando 20 acres 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 Ayers Do you like your thin rough short hair Of course you dont Do you like thick heavy smooth hair Of course you do Then why Vigordnot be pleased Ayers Hair Vigor makes beautiful heads of hair thats the whole story Sold for 60 years r lave used Hair for a time It I Lair tonic 0tesoringheallbtothehair aud call and at apiendiddressingN T a JCLo- elladrutfor Weak Hair j I L iADAMS 1 InHnnnnttntnnHntntn Willis Criffin PRACTICAL UNDERTAKER 5 noMEmhalmillgEtlonc = ORDERS by wire Promptly Pilled EPhone No 63 H W y illll ijliieiliiiliiii 11i1l1U 111111111 I6lllllilUIHll11 U 1l111 The YELLOW Front H THE OLD RELIABLE BEST DRUGSTORE IN TIlE COUNTY Cheapest Drugs Anywhere i No Charge Prescriptions Childrens Diseases a Specialty- All come for fair treatment ProprPHOXE b IC Jo GRANVILLE OWENS iUNDERTAKERr iBrodhead KYI OVER NINETEEN HOURS SAVED TO MEXICO By the superb double daily ser vice over the Iron Mountain Route and its connections the shortest and quickest line fiom St Louis to City of Mexico through San Anto nio and Laredo Through Pullman sleepers daily leaving St Louis 221 p m and 820 p m Elegant Dining Car service Wonderful Mexico is attracting the investor and pleasure seeker Low rates liberal stop over privileges Now is the time to go For descriptive literature rates etc see rearest GIMattbewstain Route Room Norton Bldg Louisville Kv use MARKS STIX xwkcy 11 BootsShoesRubbers CINCINNATI BestIBOGGSoJ When King Edward was ill a few years ago enormous sums were risked on his recovery by English insurance comprnies His recovery netted them extremely handsome balances probably as much as 200000 in premiums paid H w AN- DFUNERAL =DIRECTOR = Mt Vernon Ky =n u w for 30I COMPLETEItNE ft Gorillas Caskets and Robes ff All Mail Telegraph or Telephone ri orders Promptly Filled C CQ 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 Mdafter trying differ ent medicines and a good doctor in vain I at least took Dr Kings New Discovery which quickly and perfectly cured me Prompt re lief and sure cure for coughs colds sore throats bronchitis etc Posi tively prevents pneumonia Guaranteed and sold at al druggists Price 5oc and 100 a bottle Trial bottles free CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- fiiunatnre of fI Berlin supports a professional birdcatcher who keeps scientific institutions supplied with birds nests and eggs He is the only man in the empire permitted to do i rKIDNEY DISEASESCAUSE OF When the Kidneys fail to perform their functions properly by not straining out the poison ous waste matter from the blood as it passes through them the poisons are carried by the circulation to every part of the body deranging the different organs This causes heart trouble stomach trouble sluggish liver and a host of other ills all due to deranged Kidneys FOLEYMIDNLYCURE corrects irregularities and cures Kidney and Bladder diseases in everv form tones un the CURED OF BRIGHTS DISEASE Mr Robert Burke Elnora Saratoga N writesI am glad to have an tunity of telling what magnificent results I have had from using FCLEYS KIDNEY Ibrgaaitwith dropsy and my eyesight was so impaired that could scarcely see one of my family across r1oo In fact was so badly used up that Jabg up hope of living when I was a friend to try FOLEYS KIDNEY bottle worked ders and before I had taken the third bottle the superfluous flesh had gone as well as all other Kidney trouble were surprised that was cured as theynoao rerideanydSSall J going to die some one comes from miles away to learn the name of the wonderful medicine that cured me of Bright1 Disease and not one that has tried It has failed to be benefitted Two Sizes 5U cents and I 100II AND RECOMMENDED BY MT VERNON CO A man who was too economical to subscribe for his home paper sent his little boy to borrow the opy taken by his neighbor bis n haste the boy ran over a 4stand of bees and in ten minutes squashHisran to his assistance and failin to notice a barbedwire fence ra into it breaking it down cutting handful oi flesh from his anatomy pantsThegap in the fence and got into the cornfield and killed herself eating green corn Hearing the racket the wife ran upset a fourgallo- churn of rich cream into a baske- of kittens drowning the whol baherbaby left alone crawled through the spilled cream into the parlo- ruining a 20 carpet During th excitement the oldest daughter ru dogbrokethe calves got out and chewed th tails off four fine shirtsEx 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 HopeTex 38 Dollarsma California AND THE NORTHWESTn m FROM LOUISVILLEVIA Henderson Routh h h QCORRESPONDING Low rates to Washington Oregon Utah Montana and all intermediate pointsQT Tickets on sale daily up to and including May 15 1905 JB2T Also SPECIAL HOMESEEKERS Rutes to the West and South west on certain dates JtirIf you contemplate a trip ask us for rates If you would travel in comfort see that your ticketreadsover the HENDER SON ROUTE between Louisville and St Louis J6rFree 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 IRWIN Gen Pasngs Agt- LOUISVILLE KY Indigestion Causes Catarrh of the StomacHFor many years It has been supposed that Catarrh of the Stomach caused Indigestion and dyspepsia but the truth Is exactly the opposite Indigestion causes catarrh peated attacks of Indigestion Inflames the mucous membranes lining the stomach and exposes the nerves of the stomach thus caus ing the glands to secrete mucin Instead of the juices of natural digestion This U called Catarrh of the Stomach Kodol Dyspepsia Cure relieves all Inflammation of the mucous membranes lining the stomach protects the nerves and cures bad breath sour risings a sense of fullness after eating indigestion dyspepsia and stomachjroubles Kodol Digests What You Eat Make the Stomach Sweet nottlss Replaralze tOO 2K tlmse the for 50 prepared by DeWITT A 00 Ohluc FOR SALE BY MT VERNON DRUG QO 41 i JUST A city girl writes It is a fond dream of mine to become a farmers wife and meander with him down lifes pathway and to this the Osborne Kan News man re uiccgwithoutaup and down the lane pulling splinters andewet grass in search of the cows till your stockings are soaked and zona theeyour on rbwire fence when you mean back home to the house find that the billy goat has batted the fieldehandsgupeTHE OVERLAND LIMETEDTO CALI FORNIA Leave Union Passenger Station Chicago 605 p m daily arrive San Francisco the third day in time for a dinner RouteChica go Milwaukee and Southern Pacific Line All ticket agents see via this route Ask them to do so Handsome book descriptive o California sent for 6 cts postage F A Miller Genl Pasngr Agt 3S1Broadway LOW Settlers RATES TO POINTS IN THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST VIA COTTON BELT ROUTE On first and third Tuesdays of eachmonth round trip tickets willI be sold to points in Arkansas Louisiana Texas and other Western territory at a rate of one fare plus 2 Stopovers allowed on the reeCotton Belt Route trains leaveI Memphis morning and evening making connection with all lines and carry sleepers chair cars and parlor cafe cars Write in for literature describin the country for maps time table and information about rates etc L 0 SCHAEFER T P A COTTON BELT ROUTE CINCINNATI OHIO of Cardui Cured Her 213 South Prior Street ATLANTA March 21 1903 I suffered for four months with extreme nervousness and lassitude I had a sinking feeling in my stomach which no medicine seemed appetiteIity In three weeks I lost fourteen pounds of flesh and felt that I must findspeedy relief to regain my ofCarduffriends I sent for a bottle and was certainly very pleased with the results Within three days my appetite returned and my stomach troubled me no more I cowl digest my food without difficulty graduallydiminished her functions without difficultyI and I am once more a happy and well woman OLIVE Trcaa Atlanta Friday ClubI Secure a Dollar Bottle of Wine of Cardui Today fOlIYSKlDNIYCOBBI ague Kldmya wd Bledtttr Right ONETHIRD DEATHS n whole system and the diseases that have disappearbecausemence taking FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE at the first sign of danger Do not risk having Brights Disease or Diabetes SOLD DRUG MEANDERING Wine JOSEPHI SENTENCE SERMONS Covetousness kills charity- A good repeutence needs no en core youloveEvery right thing lovedenlarge s a homely seed holds heavenly blossom- It is easy to be patient with th nan in the mrror No creed that is shorter than a life is long enough You would better damn a mat than despair of him It takes more than white tie to cover a black heart It is always easier to do a big thing than a little one Education is simply the art of creating environment Every time conceit is puncture character is strengthened The perfume of life comes from the flowers of affection Present virtues may do more for people than past victories You cannot measure the holiness of others by your own habits It makes many a man blush to look an honest horse in the face 1The right is never found by the assertion of our own rights alone Some people think to redeem a bad day by dreams of heaven at night Chicago Tribune QUALITY TS QUANTITY Hard muscles and strong body do not depend on the quantity of food you eat but on its perfect die gestion and proper assimilation When you take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure your system gets all the nour ishment out of all the food you eat Itdigests what you eat regardless of the condition of the stomach audI conveys the nutrient properties the blood and tissues This buildup s and strengthens the entire sys temr overcomes and cures indiges tfon pyspepsia belching sour DyspepsiCureAmericas national diseasedyspep siais destined to eventually work a wonderful and lasting benefit to sufferers from this distressing and bgy Vernon Drug Co 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 211 1905 to Arkansas Texas India and Oklahoma Territories an numerous points in other Wester- States Great opportunity for HomeIeach month limited 21 days Lands are cheap rates arc low Cheap round trip rates now in effect to winter resorts of the West and pfiverStandard Pullman sleepers from StILouis via Missiuri Pacific Railway or Iron Mountain Route also per sleeperTuesdays cbangeDescriptive pantieears u st Ticket Agent or address R T G 301iNHUGE TASK It was a huge task to undertake the cure of such a bad case of kid ney disease as that ofC Fof 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 four a elite and by them was restore to perfect health I recommend this great tonic medicine to all with weak kidneys liver or stomach Guaranteed and sold by all druggists 1 J KENTUCKY FAIR DATES The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1905 as far as reported Lancaster July r32 days Brodhead August 163 days London August 243 days daysa3 daseAug 23 days Harrodsburg Aug 84 days Fern Creek Aug 154 days Sheperdsville Aug 154 days Lawrenceburg Aug 154 day Vanceburg Aug 164daysI Guthrie Aug i73 days Shelbyville Aug zz4 days Springfield Aug 23 4 days Nicholasville Aug 29 3 days daysdt 294 Florence Aug 30days Elizabethtown Sept 53 daysj Glasgow Sept 134 days The Kentucky State Fair Lexington September t86 days Henderson Sept 266 daysiFalmouth Sept z74 days Owensboro October to5 days JUST WHAT EVERYONE SHOULD Mr J T Barber of Irwinville Ga always keepsa bottle of Cham bei Iains Colic Cholera and Diarr linen Remedy at hand ready for stant use Attacks of colic cholera morbus and diarrhoea cone on so suddenly that there is no timeS to hunt a doctor or go to the store for medicine Mr Barber saysJ I have tried Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remed which is one of the best merlic in I ever saw I keep a bottle of in my room as I have had several attacks of colic and it has proved to be the best medicine I ever used For sale by all druggists Baroness BurdettCou Us of Eu gland who at the age of 67 mar rigid William Ashamed Bartlett 30 years her junior lately celebrated her gist birthday She is still quite strong physically and her mental powers appear to be as active as ever The baroness still directs the affairs of her large estate as she did half a century ago and it is rumored that she even contemplates a trip w the United States THE SALVE THAT PENE TRATES DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve pen etrates the pores of the skin and by its antiseptic rubifocient an inflamadcutsneczema worm l blindeg piles The original and genuine Witch Hazel Salve is made by E C DeWitt Co and sold by Mt Vernon Drug Co Unless all signs fail summer trav oceanhever before this in spite of the fact that the real summer weather has beena long while in coming For years past the transAtlantic sum growinsorts will be crowded the ocean voyagers will be more numerous than any other season Bilious Bilf the sleepy head Dearly loved to lay abed Couldnt wake him if you shook him When his slumbers overtook him Suddenly he started waking Evry morn when day was break ginsingWhats 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 impartdchildrenandadults Sold by Mt Vernon Drug Co g FOLEYSHONET tunic 6oldt i ProveaU Pneumonia IN THE STATE The model of Sculptor Niehaus f New York was selected by tht Goebel monument committee at a meeting Tuesday The monument is to be erected from the 16000 public subscription lund supplemented by the Goebel brothers The statement of the financial condition of Kentucky made by the State Treasurer at Frankfort Saturday should commend itself to all persons seeding a home or invest ment where taxes are low and where there is practically no State debt The last of the registere- bonds of 1885 have been paid an the total State debt now consists of but ioofo of coupons while treasureThethe Constitution in its power to contract debts in time of peace be yond 500000 Ni 1 an the credit pf the State be given 10 any individual or corporation or the State be come an owner or stockholder any corporation These provision- of the Constitution proved the great safeguard against the creation of a bonded debt during the war such as the Southern States generally suffered from More than one half of the State tax levied annually goes for the suppoitof the common school system The first building used as a Sta house for Kentucky in which was convened the first session of the Legislature was in Lexington on June r l in a huildin thejlcenterBroadway It was only used as a State house until the second session on December 22 1792 The sum of h5 was appropriated to the person wiio cleaned the Statehouse and 2574 for other expenses which included raising a pile and flag a table for the tuej of the State and repairs 4074 the entire expense of the two sest Legisson ember 22 1792 A BAD SCARE Some day you will get a bad yourbowelsty lies in Dr Kings New Life Pills a sure cure for all bowel and stomach diseases such a3 headache biliousness costiveness etc Guaran teed at all druggists only 25c Try themIt is not generally known that industrial Russia where it is being developedbyof American and English capital lifeDoparamount importance to such enterprises and those interested in them The laxative effect of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets so agreeable and so natural that you do not realize it is the effect of medicine Sold bv all druggists aAf51TORYA Boughtesitof Fill IN THIS COUPON AND MAIL IT TODAY 5nstli 11 AcgctablePreparation farA- ssimilatinIheFoadandlleula elsofda6 t9stal Promotes Di tcslianCheerFitF rness andne Contains neilltcl piumDfofpltite norrlineral NOTN ARCOTIC 1taprofUldlY IJlJELPJTCIER SegIIIIinxrn9 aIa non Sour StoffillchDiarrhoc Worms feverish nessandLUSSOFSLEEP ortoNEV YORI COpy oF WRAPPER =r iI VPEPHAIOntario Canada who has suffered dysIach was advised by her druggist to take Chamberlains Stomachand Liver Tablets She did so and says I find that they have done me 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 get welland stay well At all druggists 3 C MeCLARY Undertaker Embalmer Complete LINE of Caskets Robes c Orders by Telephone attend ed promptly Stanford FCv wM Francisco MONUMENTAL WORKS Brodhead Ky Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones ALL WORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVEN I CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have i Always Bought Bears the- Signature a of I If klwUse 4J FH Over I Thi r Y Years hBM tTORIA WilliamsI MT VERNON KY oThegiventoPhone No So 111 L MYERS 1 fIDentist residence on Cld IOFFICEAt as the C C Wil No 73 Will be in office at BRODHEAD every MONDAY noon till Tuesday IN Take LAXATINE BROMO QUI NINE Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature is on each box 25 ctsasTOa JABears theilia Iof CALIFORNIA t V where labor is never oppressed by stress of weather and where animal vitality is never lost by mere conflict with cold Do you want to live in a region where the resources are more varied than in any other equal area in the world where the division of great ranches affords a fine opportunity to get a small farm that willassure you a competence candcrops grapes small fruit oranges lemons olives surelThen go to California where both health and opportunity await your coming The Chicago Union Pacific and NorthWestern line twofasttrack railway between Chicago and the Missouri River linethroughoutcolonist low rate oneway tickets will be on sale during Sep settlerstoFrancisco Daily and personally conducted excursions are operated through to Sanand Portland without on which a doubleberth in a Pullman tourist sleeping car from Chicago costs only 700 via the Chicago NorthWestern Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Railways W KNISKERN p T c NW Ry Chicago futtput r