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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i r s i Published Every jS Friday i I1 j 2 f Ilool erl t ignll VOLUME XVIII MT VERNON IIOCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY JULY 7 1905 NUMBER 41 I iti Tire Many Times Thought How enormous our trade would be providing the people really t knew what an uptodate stock we carryand how very cbeapvve sell them CLOSING OUT J 3Ieve but we will give you much better prices than any concern that advertises at cost z June is the month of BRIDES and BARGAINS but what we want to talk about is Bakers Bargains SAMPLE SHOES Our great sale of mons and ladies sample shoes still contin ties Prices at least 25 Iscost ftt i Mens Sample Hats We have to offer mens 1 25 1 50 and 1 75 hats at the astonishingly low price of 5 ets each Dont miss this great sale you may never see anything like it again I Sample Clothing 200 boys and 200 mens suits at less than cost to make We bought these suits at a large simple sale andcan positively sell you clothing at about onehalf the regular price Mens suits start as low as 2 Boys suits as low as 7oc Best Calicoes 3000 yards of Allens Lest calicoes and J nercales while they loot at 4cts a yard Full bolts new patterns and uptodate calicoes We hope our lady customers will come early and take mhymt age of this heretofore unheard of price- Summer Dress Goods i Wewill otrCl all the new things in summer Dress priceav These goods of course have to be seen apprcciatcdN j jfwe used all the space in this paper we could not begin 1 to- ten 1 oii 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 I II HOT SPRING N C DEAR SIGNAL How Ive look longed and waited for last weeks issue We should all bear mind that punctuality begets confidence and this is repaid by confidence These two words conI lessons on morals sufficiently comprehensive to fill volumes if properly written We are still here and here stiller than we would like to be for I would like to be taking in Lovers Leapand other objects of interest in the smokies but I am yet un able to walk and a buggy costs 2 per diemper day or even fora shorter time While the residents are very kind to visitors and especially to the sick and the afflicted yet they all know what money is and how to make long charges Yes lam unable to perambulate medicine been taking and the water that have so freely imbibed for nearly wo weeks and two little sick spells have reduced me in flesh strength aud good looks and I have none of either to spare We see that the Rockcastle Teacher Institute will convene Monday next and while I cant be with them in person yet in heart soul and thought I will make one of your number I like institute work for both the instruction and amusement it affords Speaking of the institute runs me back to the jos when the work was begun by our efficient Supt C P Myers and carried successfully through by him and such teachers as Profs Storr aud Patten Jessee Reynolds my first auda be loved teacher these have crossed the River R H Swiney Dr ands M5owderBen and John and their sisters to 1MartinDavis Jas Jinmicy Roberts myv self and brother J W Brown are jaThequiry and examination and said dhebe This water is wonderful on the- tomach One may drink half a gallon and even more often during b the day and experience no troubleIbut it reduces your strength It has rained nearly every day or night since we came and it is now o hot that I am sweating at every pore aud I expect more rain atI onceTom secured an invalid chair and rolled me through the town about onefourth of a mile from our room to the Hot Spring and bath room went with the full intention of bathing and then sweating but I found two sets of marble steps descend before reaching the taI and I knew that was impossible me even with help at present so I contented myself with drinking lots of water sweating profusely resting on a cot and then a short distance to their Ifonlyhotels many other good substau tial buildings and I got a more exi tended view of the Smokies which are picturesque sublime yea awe IIwiththe hills of Rockcastle and Coneses Knob near Crab Orchard These are big things Some of them have a romantic history attached like Lovers Leap a perpendicular peak hundreds of feet high on which the oung Indian and his lover climbed to the top and then jumped into eternity together because the chie- of the tribe would not permit theta to marry The oiceman here has a newspaper published January 1800 over 105 years ago Ill give you some extracts in my next This is an old town and seems to be finished republican in pout though quiet The French broad is a turbulent little river with lots of fish though not many caught Ashville 30 miles up the river the noted summer resort for tourc isls pleasure and health seekers is filled to the overflowing by men women and children Irom the world over so I am informed I read write eat sleep talk thinkand pray I hope all good people will send up short petitions for me often BENT HER DOUBLE- I knew no one fcr four weeks when 1 was sick with typhoid and kidney trouble writes Mrs Annie Hunter of Pittaburg Pa and when I got better although I had one of the best doctors I could get I wast bent double and had ta rest my bands en my knees when I walked From this terrible affliction I was rescued by Electric Bit ters which restored my health and strength and now I can walk as straight as ever They are simply curelstomacb BKOBIIEAJ Croquet is the order of the day audit seems that Horace BentouX and Fred Durham are the champions having lost but 4 times in 25 gamesThe public school at this place begin Monday with J W Dickersou as principal Miss Butner first assistant MissI Dollie Jarrett second Miss Dean Crauor was visiting Miss Lela May Lovell at Mt Vernon first ofweekJas Shugars and daughter of Lancaster were vis iting Mr W K Shugars Wednes dayfir and Mrs J W Hutche 4burgMrs Hutchesons father J S Me fee Mr and Mrs J O Lease are 3 visiting Mrs Leases father at Rockhold Mrs W C Swiuford J iLivingston IiRowland jEmersonMrs Lottie Pughat Pittsburg jG Len Taylor was visiting his mother at Danville last Monday Mrs J M Blair was on Tuesdays train en route to Knoxville Tenn1 Y Iiparentwill return to her home Texas Saturday much to DallasI j gret of Ora Frith and v Richard Pike of othersItown this week Forbes Bettie Hicks and Cecil McClary and J W DickerI on are attending the institute at t Vernon this weekJack Bal was in Danville on business Tuesday Mss Mollie Brown of Louisville was visiting at the Al Hotel TuesdayDock Oli and Jas Moberly of Livings ton were visiting R G Wilmott Tuesday aud Wednesday Mr Houk and wife of Jamestown Ind returned home Wednes after several weeks visit to in this couuty Miss Clyde Cass has gone to Indiana for several months visit Sad hearts ehindMrs L A Cass of Louisville is visiting her son Pompie rMr Matidn Huk and sister Mrs Bloomer visited here first of week The remains of Stephen Thompson son of Hiram Thompson were brought here for interr Wednesday 1 A It E l nun G Mr Harry Houston is visiting friends at this placeMrs J J McCall has been spending a few days with her husband Jop and daughter Miss Grace at Hazel PatchMrs S H Martin will start for home Wednesday after an extended visit with relatives in Virginia Mr and Mrs Edgar Griffin and little son Rex are visiting relatives at this placeMr Emmett Cummins is visiting friends herelIiss Mollie Brown at home from Louisville thi- sweekMiss Ernie Menefee ha ccne to make her home with her DiulIschool again this year He has proven to be a good teacherMissB- essie Reynolds will teach the primary department at Livingston Miss Mollie Carter is spending few weeks with relatives here Misses Hila and Tela Hunt are spending the Fourth with their sister at Hazel Patch THE DIAMOND CURE The latest news from Paris is diaftnond cure for consumption If you fear consumption or pneumonia it will however be best for you to take that great remedy mentioned by W T McGee of Van leer Tenn I troda cough for fourteen years Nothing helped use until I took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which gave instant relief and effected a permanent cure Unequalled quick cure for throat and lung troubles At Mt Version Drug Cos drugstore price 5oc and i guaranteed Trial bot ties free John D Rockefeller has given ten million dollars to the General Education Board as an endowment for higher education in the Unite- States CHAMBERLAINS COLIC CHOLERA AND DIARRHEA REMEDY THE BEST IN EXISTENCE T M Wood manager of the White County News Beebe Ark is a representative southern business man who does not hesitate in expressing his good opinion of aI well known remedy He says t gives me pleasure to recommend Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy having used it myself and in mv family with the best results In fact I believe it to isexhlsteuce Sold by all druggists i 1887iIi tf1do 7 i AT CHERRYS BARGAIN STOREI = I f BEGINNING JULY 8th we will offer you the lowest priced goods you have ever ifc had the buying at this season of the year It hurts us to sacrifice prices in this way but it hurls worse to carry goods over and we have concluded j Jto make the prices so they will GO Dont lot ths opportunity slip but avail your V self of some of these rare BARGAINS + J Good Calicos 4c per yd tScotch Lawns 4c Organdies 8c Silk Chiffons 25c now 20c j Mohair Lusters 20c 15c S Suitings The lOc Canvass Back Ducks S In Light Colors Polka Dots 8eu r Lace Curtains 45c to SI Dont forget we sell you a good DROP HEAD SEWING MA f CHINE for 1250 Ladies will these bargains are all closedoutfirst come first served R OUIZlIOTTOGood Goods 5 at Lowest Prices fair treatment to all o c eachJMeus BoysPants pairBoys jEstablished opportunity CHERRY BRODHEAD KENTUCKY ITERaCt dJtdltdlfo17a17a17a17dltd17a1ta17dlfdillt ralVI CITIZeNS BftNK I jm BRODIIJAD KY aJ Offers to the people a and conservativera Banking System I fI fI p fI p a m mACCOUNTS m Individual Firms Corporations 5olhiled guarantee plens Q relationQ3 interest on deposits CQ mor when left the not cllech CQ for of six months ro- M r J W HUTOHESON Cashier tCl ttJ BB OLD liDLD DLD4DLD1r4D4Dv1 rLOl1C Why Called Man 0jBy JS An or argument is prevail ing amond the illiterate class that we never could have known that we are men unless some supernatural agency had taught us and named us man We presume this idea has been foisted on credulous people some religious journal as any argument however it is unworthy of this idea oft repeated it very interesting train of thought in mind When and silty called man What else and why has he been called other language our customs our civilization all that makes us great have been developed out of and from three sources The = reek the Latin and the Teuo ic peo By referiug to the these races we get definite idea of and how named tot human we call man The Greek Anthropos Ana up The to turn qfathe thedGreeks called Anthropos be was the only animal develop ment that moved with upturned faceThe Latin name for mm wa Vir derived from the Latin vis meaning strength Hence man was named Vir by the Latins oh account of his strength The German or Teutonic race apply the word Mancher and the Anglo Saxon the term man Both these words are derived from the Latin word manus the hand Hence the word mantis clearly of human origin and was applied t1C3use his was better del elope any other animal hfe Few Ready 50c to 125 Val ues Sale price 25c to 75c each Boys Straw Hats 8c to 20c each Girls Sailors 25c to 50c Values Sale price loc to 25c each good values 35c pair I I o j r 3 THOS f lei per cent L0 idea name What world of thought we have here for the intelligent and think ug man Not only is the man most clearly the termI of human reason and h osIvirthat hnman language must have had considerable development be fore these names were invented CONWAY The continued rains has done considerable damage to the corn and potato crops on low land here The farmers are trying to take care of their wheat crops between rains but the wheat is damaged to some W H Sims of Jeffersonville Ind is visiting his father F Sims at this place account of so much wet weather the bees lost out in honey business during the month of JuneMr George Shockley of Berea sold Win Clonse 13 acres unimproved laud for 5oThe public school begins here Mon dayMr B Broadus and wife C Shropshire wife Mrs Betty Chenault Geo Hume Jno D Simmons awd D M Chenault all of Madison counry spent last watersfrom the big well A SURPRISE PARTY- A pleasant surprise party be given to your stomach and liver by taking medicine will re liege their pain and discomfort viz Dr Kings New Life Pills They ate most wonderful remedy affording sure relief and cure for constipadDrug Co hO Lot Ladies Fine Shoes ft and Slippers 81 to S 2 values Sale price G5c pair Lot Mens Fine Shoes Iand Oxfords 125 to 250 values Sale iprice 75c to DOc pr Misses and Shoes and OxfordsMx100 to 810 values Sale price to jl pr Ifail to see our FIVE TEN CENT counters This Sale close when D C m safe a OF and i Q Give us your business and we a aU or 100 more in Lank and upon period Q r 1i l r r a by produced a my ples language- of can a why they biped was o which was word hand in a u xtentMr J On their next Pleas and may a which a 50c Dont HAZEL PATCH The Fourth was very quiet here Mrs Dick Brooks is at London in the hospital Her condition re mains about the same Mr and Mrs James Hunt Misses Hila and Tela Hunt Mrs J J McCall and Miss May Sigmon of Maretburg spent a few days at this place Mr J K Nicholson inflicted quite a painful wound in the knee by cutting with a knife instead of a whip stock as intendedMr C Bryant who has interest in lumber trade at this place has been called away for three weens pastMr Jno Truman of Mt Pleasant Tex as is visiting his brother Reuben at this placeLumber and stave hauling is quite lively uowMrs Owsleyand Mrs Jno Houston have been sick but are better Mrs Zip Mullins of East Bernstadt visited Mrs Essie Bookard at the boarding house Harry Houston spent the Fourth at Maretburg e CHOLERA INFANTUM Child not expected to live from one hour to another but cured by Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Ruth the little daughter of E N Dewey of Agnewville Va was seriously illof cholera infantum last summerhVe gave her up and did not expect her to live from one hour to another ue saysHI happened to think of Chamber gains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and got a bottle of it from the store In five hours I saw a change for the Netter We kept on giving it and before she had taken the half of one small bottle she wast allndruggists H 1 f MT VERNQN SIGNAL I RIDAY J ULY 7 1905 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT of SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR 100 Advertising rales made known on aj5 licaiolzISUEZ CANAL PROFITS Washington Star Tis 40 years since and what a difference between then and now At that time men were saying the Suez Canal never would or could pay operating expenses At the present tine is profits are so enor mous that the company is compell ed again and again to reduce the tolls in order to keep the dividends within legai bounds Of a truth r Greenwood was president when 36 years ago he persuaded the British Government to buy the Khedives shares Lord Derby the Foreign Minister did not like thr scheme Sir Stafford North cote Chancellor of the Ivxcheqtier distinctly disapproved it Disraeli himself Prime Minister was doubt fulIIt did not seem a tempting thing to pay 20000000 for shares the interest on which had been mortgaged for 19 years But Mr Greenwood was persistent He pointed out that most of the shares apar from the Khedives were held n France while 86 per cent of the traffic through the canal was Brit isle So British commerce must pay tolls into French pockets Th tolls were high and when sel that they be educed answered that if England did no like the canal she might send he commerce by the old route around the cape In the end Mr Green woods pleas prevailed and the British Government paid 20000 ooo for shares that are now worth 140000000A error was made in a dispatch the other day which said this years dividend was only 141 per cent Not for a long time has it been so low The dispatch should have said it was 141 fraucs n share a far different thing A the shares are of 500 francs each the dividend is at the rate of 2S per cent or just twice what was a first stated Last years dividend was 130 francs a share or 26 percent Now the London agreement binds the company not to appro priate profits of more than 25 percent but to reduce the tolls a neceslsarto companyjrroposes a kept on increasing and pushing tit dividend above the 25 per cent limit There are those who reckon that if tolls were now reduced t six francs the company would sti he able to declare a yearly dividend of 25 per cent and that a few year hence a still further reduction can he made without impairment of th a legal dividend POLITICS AXD POLITICIANS The nomination of Charles A Bookwalter by the Republicans for Mayor of Indianapolis is said to mean that the younger element of the party has captured the organ iution and that Senator Beveridg- will control the city and county as far as the Republicans are con cerned At the Tammany Fourth of July celebration Tuesday a letter from Alton B Parker was read in thic he declares that the issue shout- be the divorce of business and poi tics That old issues are dead h says is a gratuitous assumption Judge Sherman of Somerset tva inducted into the the office of Internal Revenue Collector for this the Eignth district this morning He has announced the following changes Stamp Deputies Law reuceburg M G Higuite Nicho lasville Miss O B Willmore re tained Richmond Neal Bennett retained Assistant deputy Law renceburg Clyde T Case The office force will be Chief Deputy Collector Bland Ballard H L Hale and L E Rue deputies Samuel Collins succeeds Lincoln Dento in the office here while E V Willson and A B Brown are retained as clerks as is also Miss Nettie B Smith clerk and stenog rapher The division deputies will be E E Wilder vice G J Jean F P Elliott vice W T Short J L McCoy retained S G Adams vice Walter Elrod J P Ellison vice J H Davis H M Holiday vice R E Stewart There may be some other changes in the office forc- eNEWS 1TJ3JLS It is estimated that over two hundred persons were drowned in the flood at Guanajuato Mexico The property loss is estimated at two million dollars Theexcessive heat which has been prevailing throughout Europe has caused more than 100 deaths in Germany where 9 temperature of 107 in the shade has been reached tfni d y R c = Almost the whole Norwegian army has been mobilized and conscripts are being armed hurl trained a A Russian sailor brained one of his superior officers with a hammer saying that it was such men as the officer who were to blame for the Russian naval disaster on the sea Japan Diplomats in Vashington are expecting the announcement by daysIrepresent Russia and Japan at coming peace conference The native Christians at Canton China have formulated petition- to President Roosevelt protesting against the Chinese exclusou act Placards have been posted in Canton urging a boycott on American goodsCharles Denby Diplomatic ad viser to the Viceory of North China who is visiting at his former home in Detroit says that io hit opinion no consequence is to be at ofte Nine men were taken from jail andshot by a unasked mob at Vat kinsville Ga All were left for dead out one was only wounded and will recover The victims were charged with a variety of crimes including murder and rape One of them was a white man It is stated that an order has beeni issued for the mobilization of the Swedish army as a means of giving added force to any proposal for set tlement with Norway King Os anytof his sons or grandsons to accept the Norwegian throne Secretary Taft and his party left onetheir to the Philippine spendefour days in San which Threermonths are to be consumed in the Philippinesand According to official dispatches lively fighting has been resumed in Manchuria Gen Linevitch re ports that he destroyed one Japa nese battalion near Samaitse July i and the Japanese claim to have inflicted heavy losses near Yueyong aud near the Pinniu river where a Russian advance is said to haves been repulsed with over 400 casual ties againsttbeef packing industry were returned by the Federal grand jury in Chicago Saturday Among the de fendants are the Armours and Louis F Swift president of Swift Cos Violations of the Sherman anti chargestspiracies in restraint of trade were entered into by the defendants Jim Lyon one of the men accus ed assaulting a ycung German elgirl Mary Gladder was taken from the jail at Russellville by a mob Tuesday night and probably lynch Sacra another alleged 11assailant escaped from the mob only to be shot by police officers- s Polk Fletcher and Guv Lyon also accused of assaulting the girl aewater tank the SouthSTilmau is said to be in great dang er of overthrow at the hands of the people who have become aroused by the corruption which it has engendered Several counties have policyea many more will follow suit Till man has prepared to make a most vigorous campaign to save the in stitution which he created The mutinous crew of the Rus Potemkined threateningethat they attacked an Italian vessels carrying coal The search for the ship is being prosecuted withvigor The crew of the transport Prout mutiniedwhen leaving Budrovo Bay and killed two officers An attempt to cause another mutiny on the Georgi Pobiedonosetz at Odessa was frustrated President Roosevelt announced yesterday that he had been notified by Russia and Japan that they had appointed plenipotentiaries to the peace conference at Washington and that they would meet in Washington as soon after August first as possible Russia has appointed Ambassadors Muravieffand Rosen and Japan has named Baron Ko mum and Minister Takahira The plenipotentiaries are intrusted with fnll power to negotiate and con clude a treaty of peace subject to ratification by their respective home governmentsThe county grand jury Saturday returned fortynine in dictments for offenses connected with recent labor troubles in Chi cago and filed a sensational report on traffic in strikes in that city Cornelius P Shea is charged with having received 60000 during the past year through strike agitation Several employers are indicted for conspiring by procuring the calling of strikes to break up the business of competitors Convincing ei dence thatthecalling and settling of strikes was made a moneymak ing business by certain labor lead ers is claimed by the grand jury tb have been presented to them r N CA UTIONII Call to see ATT before buying r summer goods I He is anxious to show you his stock thou you may decide as to orr prices I Take advantage of our low prices while they I last on summer Special wealICall without I A m1IIAT KYIt = rl Jjzm D r m mG m MILLINERY m fI H h m MILLINERY iW BARGAINS m5E will place on sale beginning MONDAY JUNE 19tha lot of Trimmed ILits at great reduction e Now is your chance for a pretty summer hat mSfS1 Mr VKKXOX KY Eii iI 1S11 S MILLINERY iiiiBl He j The entire St Paul railroad sys tem has made a new regulationI that Sunday shall be a as far as possible without interfer lug with the absolute necessity of the traffic Sunday excursions will be discontinued well as all extra trains on that day and freight crews will be instructed to make headquarters by Saturday night General Passenger Agent Mller says the road is doing this because it thinks its men are entitled to rest and because the Sunday traffic is a risk for which the returns are not adequate This sort of thing seems to be a great sign of the times The sign is that we are coming to the age of wisdom the time when we learn that there are limits to human nature so that the level best the greatest average is to be had by reversion to modtra tiou Indianapolis News IN TILE STATE T D Underwood former Coun ty Attorney of Barren county who is said to have left the State some time ago to escape prosecution in connection with liquor law violations has been arrested at Spring town ITand is in jail pending the arrival ofa requisition from Circuit Judge Coch ran of the Eastern Kentucky district this morning at Covington will announce his decision on tint motion of Caleb Powers attorneys for a transfer of the Powers cast from the civil courts to the Federal Court t 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 from St Louis to City of Mexico through San Anto nio and Laredo Through Pullman sleepers daily leaving St Louis 221 p in and 820 p in Elegant Dining Car service Wonderful Mexico is attracting the investor and pleasure seeker Low rates liberal stop over privileges Now is the time to go For descriptive literature rates etc see rearest Ticket Agent or address R T G Matthews T P A lion Moun tain Route Room 301 Norton Bldg Louisville Kv In canning your fruits and vege tables use the A W canning compound Its pure and healthful saves your canned or uncanued fruits fruit juices andvegetables Raw or cooked fruits all retaining natural flavor Corn and beans look and taste as though just from cob or vine Certificate and book full directions with 6 packets com pound for by Mrs M M Maret agent Mt Vernon Ky who has used the compound during three years and fully recommends ti CASTORFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears Gigntatnre 7of ilAyers s Want your moustache or beard beautiful brown or rich black Use SECRETARY HAYS CAREER IN BRIEF Vas horn in Salem Ind of Scotch ancestry Oct 8 1838 grad ISISIand was taken into the law office of Abraham Lincoln He served as President Lincoln private Secretary except for a few months spent in the army where he become Major and aftermard was brevet ted Colonel Later he was secretary of legation at various European capitols From 1870 to 1875 he was an ed itorial writer on the New York Tribune and from 1879 to iSSi was Assistant Secretary of State In 1897 he was appointed Am bassador to Great Britain and on Sept a 1898 he was appointed Secretary of State which office h ccntimiouslv held thereafter BEST FOR THE- BOWELS thebowelsboweIsopen andbewell Force in tbeebapeo violent physic or rill is dangerons Tht keepirrtheCANDY CATHARTIC EAT EM LIKE CANDY DoOoodbookletor KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAM TO CONSUMPTIVES flue iiiuleriifcneil having been re lortil to health by simple means tiller suffering for severni yerairithii severe lung alleetion Jill that dread disease COXSIMITION is anxious to make known to hit fellow suffer ers the ineans ef euro To those who desire it he will cheerfully send free of ulsirgc a copy of the prescription used which they will fill1a sure runs for CorsuiiiTioy vTAiuir CIIITI8 and at throat and Iun He hopes all soberer rillry his remedy as it is nahle hose desiring the prescription will cast them nothing anti may drove blessing will addrtss Eowu Wllov Brooklyn New York mar 05 i y- rHigginsMy wife says if I should die she would remain a widow until death Of course she might change her mind but it is sorl of tonsolation Just the same Spriggs Evidently your wife thinks there is no other man in the world like you iHiggillsOn the contrary shes and shed get hint Chicago Journal The Captain of the Russian battleship Czarevitch committed sui cide on learning of Rojestvenskvs defeatKatherineShe euchered him into marrying her Kidker She onl got the booby prize after all Why dont he look up his fami ly tree Afraid he might see some uioakeys hanging from the branchesJudgeAyers Ayers Pills Ayers Pills Keep saying this over and over again The best laxative iMSgi BUCKINGHAMS DYE tuft en cr nwiccsis r t 1lfB rM1 = = r We have sold our store building and must close out our goods at PRICES CUT HALF IN TWO C 111e buy your Shoes Shirts Overcoats and Cfofhinor We f af Kinds have a nice line of winter Dress Goods that r you can buy at your Own priceiCOME AND LOOK AT OUR LARGE STOCK OF FrtF KRUEQER SONS NIt Vernon Kentucky ri PUBLIC SALE i J 1Madisonltf- llt IIndl1si n das Executor of Margaret P White Thursday July 2019051 at the hour of 1030 oclock A M offer for sale on the premises to the highest md best bidder the farm known as the lieu Price place located on the waters of Silver Creek in Madison uuuntv Kv This farm contains 391 810 ACRES j and is live miles from the Court HouscIin Uichmond Ky and is the Sliver Creek and Hasans Mill Turnpike road 120 210 acres thereof Ic and known as the Haynes tract being on the north side of said turnpike and 2 2 410 acres and on which are the main residence and tobacco barn being on the south side of soma The latter part also fronts for about Out IIhalf a mile on the Uichmond and Lau caster Turnpike road This farm has long been one of the most productive Blue GLSI farms in Madison county Ky is well timbered and in one of the best of farming communities Every revs of this land is productive much of it was never cultivatedhad none of it is tired A tobacco crop raised on less than live acres of this land in 104 was g sold for S7iK00 The present crops cshowjhe quality of the soil Of the flaynes tract 55 acres are 1 now in wheat 30 acres in corn and 10 acres in tobacco Of that part located S between the Lancaster Turnpike and and the Pajjaes Mill Turnpike reads trheattudiaetlide g the farm is in blue grass anti timothy A comfortable residence a large tb J bacco barn two tenant houses and s other improvements atc upon the poo- t trill offer the farm for sale as fol lows SO 1 HU31E TKACT lying south of the said llagans Mill Turnpike road and containing 1S3 rharnNO 2 TILE liALLAKD TKACT f fronting on the Lancaster Turnpike road and is south of the last named tract containing 70 510 acres NO 3 TILS IIAYNESiIUCTl- ying 4 north of the pagans Milt Turn pike road and contains 120 210 acres f Nos and 2 will be offered togeth er and then the entire farm will he of r fered and the sale will be made in the manner bringing the must money But the right to offer said farm fur = sale in different parcels order and combinations on the day of sale is served Said entire farm is routed for year but the purchaser or purI chasers will have the right to enter during the fall ol IlOl to sow small grain Present tenants have the right to recuter to scnt to Februarv 1st i1iIT I Possession of said farm will given January 1st Onethird U of 1the purchase money will be due and papablc December 1901 onethirl 4 July lMi and onethird 11 putchasernto security for the payment of the pur chase money bearing legal interest from December JU until paid with a lien reserved uIlOn thc property 1 he title to said land is good and free from liens and deeds of general warranty for the estate will be execu ted For further information address the undersigned at Uichmond Ky J A SULLIVAN gMargaret jttlsKUlTHECOUCH II CURE THE LUe CS KJ7B IIIIFOR Surest and 0ttickeet Cure for all THROAT end LUNG SBOUB LBS or MONEY BACK E CUT2N n 9fr Vr rrx Arr AT A1V fF 4xIIOIES0 JJHAVE you examined ourIlinel of Spring and Summer 0 SHO cb tjt f 1To so re t buying if PCE md QUt L tI shaltroutt 1 1 to1oursJ Phone I5G f 9O K t ROBT COX ML Vernon Ky 6 tPhone ll rA rJr v ViV Y V u = r = JONAS McKENZIE coMLE9ME- E I iVV invite all to come and see us At my store yon will andyNotions CLOTHINGV- c I 11Ictrrry a full line of Clothing that will suit sixes anil his Our goods are right and out prices are right f Yours very truly Phone No 33 JONAS ItficKENZIE JONAS ricKEMZIE YOUR BANKING No matter how small no mattter how large THE BANK of R8T VERNON Lltos Remember we pay 3 per cent interest on all deposits of tf 100 or morn when left with the hank and not chocked upon for a period of six months or more OFFICERS ashlerJ1 Inllaiwl3i C 1h1C1Knoxville Ashevij Chr1 jnJ Savannah Atlanta Jacso ttBirmingham NevOrknns i it7t1J and Texas Points IKFORlAT0 E N AtKEN Tray Passr Agt S9 G Main St xnston Ky W A OARBJiTT Gen Mgr W C RINEARSON Ctjii Pass A t G M S q r To Cure a Cold in One Jay Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets LSeven M3Bon boxes sold in past 12 months This Signature ly pva J GG Cures Grip in Two Days on every box 25c i i MT VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNONKY JULY 7 1905 79 cill up No you want to SIGNALZ9cats with = stock e mtw1J July 4 rIME TABLE 22 north I2a P m 24 north 332 a mha1 that 23 south 124 nx 2i South 1236 amof SpPhonJiUer Ilat the Mt Vrnion Ky Postoflice us second class mail matterI PER S 0 A 1JIViley Purcell has a very JConn Brown is telegraphing at less IhtbJim Proctor was home for a short ariwhileMrs W B Whitehead is visiting in Norton VanlMrs Tom Hansel has returned to from a visit to her parents at Hub be Miss Bettie Hicks of Brodhead was the guest of Miss Jennie Davis will this week T Miss Biddie Dolan of Louisville best is visiting her sister Mrsr R A Welsh Mr and Mrs J W Batter are visiting relatives at London and Pittsburg Mis Georgia McClure will move to Lebanon Junction and run a boarding house Hugh Miller has gone to Crab Orchard to spend a few weeks at the Springs HotelofRobt Allen who has been on men the sick list for the past two weeks is able to be out again Elmer Lechleiter Den McClure and John D Miller L N brake Tile nienare with homefolks this week Supt Hayward of the Big Hill Coal Co has gone to Pennsylvania to be away until the middle of the month We failed to get for our last is sue the personal of Mr and Mrs L Ij MiddlesboroSecretary Granville Owens wa here yesterday getting ads for the Brodhead Fair catalogue which will be ready for the printer next of week of Elder Joseph Brown son of J N Brown of Level Green preach his first sermon on last Saturday even hug at Richmond He also preach ed Sunday morning and evening Miss Mamye Woodruff who lea of been visiting Mrs J W Brown for several weeks left for her home in Texas this morning Mrs Brown accompanied her to Louis villej where slit will visit several days LOCALtThere will not bevy services at furlther notice If you want to buy or sell Rock castle real estate see the Rockcas tie Real Estate Co Saxton Straus celebrated band of Lexington Ky will make mu sic for Crab Orchard Fair July 19 20 and zt also for the hop eaeh night at Crab Orchard Springs Everybody go and have a good time The Rockcastle County Teac llof ers Institute was convened heie last Monday morning The i structor is Prof W C Grinstead of Danville one of the States best instructors Prof Grinstead haser conducted the Institute in this 1county at several different tunes and has alwas given thoronghsatis factiou and the interest manifested by the teachers is never great than when he is in charge Uptodate furniture suits folding beds iron beds matresses springs pillows sideboards hat tucks tables chairs rockers pets matting rugs druggets w paper and ever thing kept in a firstclass furniture store We pay freight to your depot TRI BIE PENCR may ig tf Stanford Ky NOTICE All persons holding claims aaai the estate of Wallace Tol ClarkI decd will present same to me properly verified Likewise those indebted to his estate will please call at once and settle same June3nM3t r JIt o Ad- atL l f IThe Crab Orchard Fair and Rac prhighnoon and running trotting and Leepacing races in the afternoon each day July 19 20 and 21 MIFORMrGoodAddressmeDr J HARRY HENDREM 7 41 Johnetta KyMi The gas well being drilled by the Henderson Harre brothers was abandoned at a depts of 655 feet passed through the scud at depth without any indications either oil or gas They are now drilling a water well for W arksIIof passenger stit nOIILouisville and Nashville road at Station near Lexington and seventeen passengers were more or C seriously injured Among injured are Editor W P Walton Frankfort whose right a and lew were cru bedMiThe new collector Judge J Sher Cooper who was inducted iob office at Fanville made Miaunder him Bland Ballard who for twentysix years as chief deputyP remain Deputy Collector W Short who has made one of the marshals in the State will be orsucceededProfCounty County Court Clerk of Laurel county OLIVER McCLURK Mr Dock the Oliver and Miss Fannie McClure the were united in the holy bonds of matrimony at the home of the bride yesterday the Rev J C Carmical officiating Mr Oliver fe san L N Brakeman and one si the countys very best you ng while the bride is one of ou andmost beautiful young ladies and a successful teacher They left on theevening train for Livingston SIGNAL extends its very best The wishes We wish to call attention to th quarterly reports ofour twp banks The Bank of Mt Vernon and the Citizens Bank of Brodbead which appear elsewhere in this issue The Citizens Bank with only six months duration has a deposit of over 34000 and net earnings of 2 MtsVernon has over 50000 deposit a W surplus of 3000 and over 4000 undivided profits The showings J both institutions bear evidence 12 the fact that they are conserva tively and judiciously managed E J W Bastin and W A Pugh citizens of Pittsburg filed suit 17 against County Clerk F P Elliott- Laurel county and enjoined him from issuing wholesale license to the Jung Brewing Co and the Pinnacle J Brewing Co of Pittsburgh Fridalconceins years n selling beer by wholesale Plait ills claim that under the act March 22 the clerk has 3rightconcerns in local option territory except those selling tlieir own man ufactures James Head aged 24 of near Level Green was taken to the In J sane Asylum at Lexington vest day morning Young Head h been in very yoor health all Ig but according to the evidenceII brought out before the jur sanity was largely due to the death his brother and sister which in both cases was very mysterious 11His sister who was Mrs Doan was found in her room with a bullet hole through her head and his broth who was found dead from a shot fired front his own gun supposed to have been accidental All this to g ether with his ill health was aro than his frail constitution co erstand Every town is anxious to draw trade from as great a distance as possible and the problem of how to resultsallthat direction has received the best thought ofv business everywhere Otte of the most novel plans for this purpose has been adopted by the business a of a Kansas town and it looks i1nst5 to the farmer who has driven the farthest to town to trade To be entitled to the prize however the farmer must trade to the va of at least that amout This plan oiulfiT to efaur attraltiye one oti the farmerliving at distance f ISays the Mountain Echo AI etty little wedding inAvhich BoTd Jr and Miss McClure were the contracting parties took place at the home of and Mrs J C Rinehart last week night at eight oclock thfinentat this bar and is Master of Laurel Countyf McClure is the accomplished daughter of Mr C Cer McClure and since coming to London has gained a wide circle of friends and admirersHTEACHERS INSTITUTE Brief outline of the weeks work the Teachers Institute Rockcastle County Teachers In ute was convened at Mt Ver ed July 3rd 1905 The house FolIardGibbs was elected ouICommittee on program S F Bowman S N Davis Logan Scott lette Mae Brown Mrs Martha Mr Pennington and Prof Grinstead Committee on Entertainment H sses Maggie Hansel Anna of Thompson Mamie Jones Emma Bettie Peuniugton Butner Messrs Lee Chestnut Wade Brown C B Thompson and E R Gentry After all- ganization had been completed Grinstead in a most interesting manner outlined the weeks work Tuesday being a holiday Institute was adjourned that teachers might spend the day pcdayclusively to discussions of the dif rent subjects as outlined in t Ig1 eve nln anfromwere entt rtained at the home of Mr Mis Willis Adams and last evening an interesting program was the ctrried out at the court house Institute will complete its work today and adjourn about adoptede of of apeaT our The following is a list of th teachers who registered and tbeitl number of the district each will teachQThompson and Emma Pennington Minnie Fredericks 3 Minnie of Nicely 4 W H Oivens 6 T Mullins 7 Eugene Mc Williams 9 A C McClary 10 O Scoggin n S F Bowman Helen Singleton 13 Burdy McHargue 14 Livingston Mrs Fishbach Misses Georgia Mc 15f16 r Brodhead W R Dickerson Lillie Butner Dollie Jarrett t Mr Butner 19 Mrs Mollie ols 20 Mrs Laura Jones 21 L Jones 22B Sigmon 23 Lula C Dyer 24 John F Lunceford 25 Susie Thompson 26 Vira DeBord 27 D G Bu Not taken 27 F S ofPlrilhps 30 Sallie Dickerson J W Kinser 32 Bettie Pe ton 33 Lee Chestnut 34 G B Sutton 36 Maud Forbes 37 F F Robins 38 Ella Lake 39 Nannie Thomas 40 Not taken 41 Sarah Stewart 4 W Dooley 43 Not taken er Wade Brown 47 Benton Arde- ad son 48 Chas Scott 49 Sher man Chasteen 50 Mrs R Wade 52 R E Bell 53 E R Gentry 54 A M Baldwin 5 Mayme Jones 56 Mae Brown 57 Lintels Ballard 58 J C Gibbs 59 J M Laswell Go At tie Ovv ens 61 Lagan Scott 62 Johnson 63 Maggie Hansel 64tied Non taken 65 Fannie DeI3o 66 Fannie Culton 67 Mrs bi tha Pennington 68 EB Thou p son 69 Etta Moore 70 Mu 72Id74 H F Morris 75 Mattie Me Perron 76 Henry BowmanI Those who registered who do not have a scbooliChas Anderson Mrs G in Bal lard J B Chestnut S N Da Mrs Georgia McClure James len Penniugton LIYlNttSTOfl VerikeSunoMr and Mrs Logan Saly moved to Corbin Friday lueMrs John Witt and children re sdayIs j re tiveKat MullinSiSratiomlast week s Mrs Jas Aldrich and daughter A- Lela May Pettit are inLa Follette Tenn X Messrs Wright Nance and Downs were in Louisville this w Mrs Ida Vebb of Louisville is M guest of her sister Mrs H Will McGuire and sister are visiting Mrs Jno D1 at Pari Mrs Dee Martin and Mr1Henry Annie Melvin Walton have retun from Wildie Mrs W C Swinford and baby of Brodhead were here the of the week Miss Ella Hilton of Middlesbor l1MrsMrs J C Hocker of La Fol 1 is the guest of her parents and Mrs J R Orudorff iMr and Mrs Moore and Mrs Thomas of Paris are the guests Mr and Mrs John Ireland Mrs L M Westerfield and children and Mrs W T Merimee and children are visiting this week in Stanford BerItinato s been promoted to Mr Elmores at this placeQMisses Bessie Fish of Mt Vernono re Of home Monday after a pleas the t visit with Miss Cora Adams June Mrs J M Coakley of CamF Loans bellsville Ky and Miss Margarite Due McRoberts of Pueblo Colo ar guests of Mr and Mrs J A McRobertsSpeMr and Mrs Sydney McGuire Estell county Mrs Loris White Peytontown and Mrs James viieMr and Mrs James eCapital last week UARTERLY REPORT Bills Of The Baud of Mt Vernon at the close business on the 3oth day of June 1905 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 49949 09 Overdrafts secured 497 98 Due from National Banks 7025 30 or Mortgages 20658 53ifSpecie 775 02 Currency 53046 oo j 38zI- of Furniture and Fixtures 420 5l Fund to pay Taxes Current expenses last item quarter 428 98 I Stat 1049 Total 49J A1478di LIABILITIES up 8Capital Stock paid in in cash f 1500000 Surplus Fund 300000 Profits liaDepositswhich interest not paid Deposits subject to check which interest is paid 5575 oo Bills rediscounted 1060 oo 15UPILa11ENTARI iuf Highest amount of indebtedness of any stockholder person company or firm i compsn the al members thereof directly or indirect if such indebtedness exceeds 20 per of capital stock paid in and actual NoneEve item secured See Sec 583 Kentucky Stat None zHighest amount of indebted df any rector or officer if amount of such in parid at Does amount of indebtedness of any of theCbility of the individual member thereof at ezceed 30 per cent of paidup capital and 5actual surplus No Amount of last dividend Were all expenses losses interest and taxes deducted therefrom before declar ing dividend and was not less then 10 percent of not profits of the bank for the period covered by the dividend to tIle surplus fund before said divi was declared See Sec 596 Ken J rdtacky Stat Yes iTTotal 8183- STATE F Cocnty of Rockcastle f ss ryI W L Richards Cashier of of Mt Vernon a Bank located doing business in the town of Mt Vernon in said county being duly sworn says the foregoing report is in all respects Usetrue statement of the condition of said Bank at the close of business on the 30th day qf June 1905 to thebest of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business of said Bank has been transacted at the location named and elsewhere and that the above officialt no lice ro designating the sptli day of June 5 as the day on suCh reports sits made W L RICHARDS Cash C C Williams J E Houk S H Martin Subs WL 904 My ersr ribed and sworn tq before me by Richards the 30th day of B S ALBRIGHT Notary Public Commission expires Feb oomaaaw MARKS SECINCIN- NATIBootsShiesRubbe sflaSalesman BCOQ- a t rY I or 33K 3 t1 GREAT 9t I Closing Out Sale 1lforCome one andall and tame advantage of thst great opportunItyof supplying your wants prices you will never have again i aiiconvinced that what we say is true E have the Goods you want and are making the priee to suit c c UARTERLY REPORT the Citizens Bank of Brodhead at close of business on the 3oth dayof 1905 RESOURCES and Discounts 33Sog 46 42rfrom Natl Banks 5798 62 eaBankers 198750 e house and lot 3250 00 928 65 t Currency 2238 00 f 3166 65 Furniture and Fixtures 3313 38 511623 03 LIABILITIES Stock paid in in cash 7500 oo Profits 676 83 Deposits subject to chick on which interest is not paid 24479 Deposit subject to check on which interest is paid too4z 00 rediscounted 8925 00 Capital Stock not paid 7500 SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of indebtedness of any stockholder person company or firm including irithe liability of the company firm the liabilityof the mber or indirectly such indebtedness exceeds 20 per cent capital stock actually paid in and actu alamount of surplus of the bank None How is indebtedness stated in above I secured See Sec 583 Kentucky None Highest amount of indebtedness of any rector or officer if amount of such in debtedness exceeds per cent of paid capital stock of bank See Sec 583 Kentucky Stat No Does amount of indebtedness of any person company or firm including in the bility of the company or firm the lia the individual members thereof- exceed 3oper cant of paidup capital and actual surplus No Were all expenses losses interest and taxes deducted therefrom before declar dividend and was not less than percent of net profits of the bank for then period covered by the dividend carried ny surplus fund before said dividendwas declared See Sec 596 Ky Stat Yes tya5i623 03 STATE OF KENTUCKY lssCounty of Rockcastle I J W Hutcheson Cashier of the Citizens Bank a bank located and doing business in the town of Brodhead in said county being duly sworn says the going report is in all respects a true state went of the condition of the said Bank the close of business on the 3oth day June 1905 to the best of his knowl edge and belief and further says that the business of said Bank has been transacted the location named and not elsewhere and that the above report is made in com pliance with an official notice received from the Secretary of State designating the 30th day of June 1905 as the day ewhich such report shall made j W HUTCHESON Cash DIRECTORS R L COLLIER ar THOS CHERRY T S FRITH Subscribed and sworn to before me by W Hutcheson the 3oth day of June 19 q64 A E ALBRIGHT Notary Public My commission expores Dec 20 1908 Ayers What are your friends saying grayrtyou scAnd yet you are not forty old90beHair Vigor Use Ayers Hair Vigor and unerestore to your gray hair all the deep dark rich color of life Then be satisfied 1061early Hair Vigor restored the natural my gray hair iItam greatly It all E J VAXDKOA1l1dechaulcavllleI I a bottle J CATER drureisU JnII Jark Hair irectors L2 ADASI 1 ICriffin PRACTICAL FUNERAL DIRECTOR Stock Complete Can furnish on short no E- w tice Metalic Collins and Caskets and have Embalming Edoue Pine Hearse attached = ORDERS bywire Promptly Tilled w Phone No 63 I Ul11Hl1HHllUH1111H1Hl1U1U1U1U l111 1lllllii111liiiljtli The YELLOW Front THE OLD RELIABLE BEST DRUGSTORE IN THE Cheapest Drugs Anywhere No Char- geChildrens for Prescriptions Diseases a Specialty All come for fair treatment S C DAVIS Propr PHONE No 53 JSSK fcC 1r dS GRANVILLE OWENS I IUNDERTAERIr r W Brodhead Ky I ROCKCASTLE Real EstateCoMT VERNON KV i r 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 Brodhead Ky is one of tho best farms in the county and will be sold at a bargain the owner being unable to properly look after same because of his health The entire farm is under fence 170 acres in cultivation balance timbered three housed on farm good wells and springs and plenty of good stock water Also good orchard IFARM No 2 Consists of 300 acres be sold in two separate tracts if desired This farm is located on theMt Vernon and Somerset road n ar Level Green Ky and is located in the best farming section of the county Well fenced 175 acres in cultivation balance timbered well watered one new twostory building and two tenant houses convenient to school church store and postofilce and in one of the best communities an the county A great i l bargaint 11111111111111111111141111111111- 1M Willis 3 UNDERTAKERAND Mt Vernon Ky COUNTY f COMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets and Robes f All rfeleJiphone o1 FARM No IA farm of 185 acres located near Maretbur r 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 office1 most desirable location and a splendid bargain Any one wishing a small farm can buy a iO acre tract off of this farm butnobuildings would be included 6u the 70 acre tract if a division is made FARM No 4120acres 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 great bargain IFARM NO 58o acres of land be 20Isell cheap v 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 atva upanddesiringproperty C A STORLABette theTha c7 1 c r i n FOLEYS KIDNEY t- Will CURE fsrl positively cure any case of Kidney or Bladder disease not beyond the reach of medicine Rio medicine can si e mos e FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE strengthens the urinary organs builds up the kidneys and invig orates the whole system- IT IS GUARANTEED TWO SiZES 50c and 100 4 ii SOLD IHD RECOMMENDED BY MT VERNOIN DRUG COs KENTUCKY FAIR DATES The follcwing are the dates fixe for holding the Kentucky fairs f 1905 as far as reported Lancaster July 132 days Brodhead August r63 days London August 243 days Crab Orchard JUYI93 days Houstonville July 263 days Mndisonville Aug I5 days Danville Aug 23 days Harrodsburg Aug 84 days Fern Creek Aug 154dayS Sheperdsville Aug 54 days Lawrenceburg Aug I54 days Vancebnrg Aug t64 days Guthrie AugI73 days Shelbyville Aug 224 days Springfield Aug 234 days Nicholasville Aug 29 3 days Bardstown Aug 304 days Somerset Aug 2g4 days Florence Aug 304 days Klizabethtown Sept 53 day s Glasgow Sept r34 days The Kentucky State Fair Lexington September t86 days Henderson Sept 266 days Falmouth Sept 274 days Owensboro October ro5 d- ays38DoIIars r m TO California AND THE NORTHWESTu u FROM LOUlSYlLIsfi THE Henderson Rout u 6CORRESPONDING Low rates to Washington Oregon Utah Miinaua and all intermediate points JG3r Tickets on sale daily up to and including May 15 1905 JEST Also SPECIAL HOMESEEKERS Rates to the West and South west on certain dates l6YIf you contemplate a trip ask us for rates If you would travel in comfort see that your ticketreads ver the RENDER SON ROUTE between Louis vine and St Louis 1EYFree recliningchair cars on all of our St Louis trains Direct y connections in St Louis Union Station with all lines to the West and Southwest L J Agt- LOUISVILLE Kvf 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 etactly the opposite Indigestion causes catarrh Re peated attacks of Indigestion Inflames the mucous membranes lining the stomach and exposes the nerves of the stomach thus caus ing the glands to secrets mucin Instead of the juices of natural digestion This la 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 IndlgesUondyspepsia Kodol Digests What You Eat Make the Stomach Sweet RegularslreSt00holdht2SStitnss- the trial sue for 50 cents Prepared by DtWITT It Ohlctg FOR SALE BY MT VERNON DRUG CO lOLUSfIONEYANDTAR fer chUargni tale tare Jiocptato Ji r LAND STOCK AND CROP dOne hundred and one head Martinsburgrat Nashville by order of the Ten nessee Live Stock Commissioner It is claimed three of the animals are infested with the fever tick BUY IT NOW Now is the time to buy Chamber loins Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It is certain to be needed sooner or later and when that time1 comes you will need it badly you will need it quickly Buy it now It may save life For sale by all druggists aaSTOafABears theItoSignature Y lo-r TAKE A TRIP WASTSPE CIAL INDUCEMENTS THIS SEASON Spend your vacatiou on the P cific Coast or in almost any of e western States this summer at low cost Round trip excursion tickets via Rock Island System are on sale certain dates throughout the sum user You can go out vii Colorado visiting Yellowstone Park and turning southern route by way of ill Pas or vice versa A long return limit and cheap rates for side trips to every point of interest Full particulars literature and Rock Island folder from John Sebastian Passenger Traffic Manager Rock Island System Chicago LOW Settlers RATES TO POINTS IN THE WES AND SOUTHWEST VIA COTTON BET ROUTE On first and third Tuesdays of each month roundtrip tickets will be sold to points in Arkansas Louisiana Texas and other ests et2 on e going trip 21 days in which to re turn Cotton Belt Imakingand carry sleepers chair cars and parlor cafe cars Write in for literature describing the country for maps time table and information about rates etc JJO SCHAEFER T aCOTTONCINCINNATI OHIOI Wine of Cardui Cured Here 213 South Prior StreetCATLAXTA GA March 21 1003 s suffered for four months with extreme nervousness and la itudesI had a sinking feeling my stomach which no medicine seemed g appetiteI gj a ity In three weeks I lost fourteen 3 pounds of flesh and felt that I must findspeedy relief to regain my 8 health Having heard Wlao of S myy5 certainly very pleased with the results Within three days my appetite returnedand my ctoaiach 0digestgraduallydiminished her functions without difficultyv i1we11womanOLIVE JOSEPH tlant8FddsrmghtClub Secure a Dollar Bottle of WjjjofCjduiThdas Kaks Kldwys Md Biadd r Bight r c Passed Stone and Gravel With Excruciating Pains A H Thurnes Mgr Wills Creek Coal Co Buffalo 0writes uI have been afflicted with kidney and bladder trouble for years pass ing gravel or stones with excruciating pains Other medicines only gave relief After taking FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE the result was surprising A few doses started the brick dust like fine stones etc and now have no pain across my kidneys and feel like a new man FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE has done me 1000 worth of good Ho Other Remedy Can Compare With It Thos W Carter of Ashboro N C had Kidney Trouble and one bottle of FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE effected a perfect cure and he says there is no remedy that will compare with it TO THE WEST CALIFORNIA ETC Pacifigfrom St Louis Cairo or Memphis greatly reduced Oneway Colonist rates on February 21 March 2 1905 to Arkansas Texas Indian and Oklahoma Territories and numerous points in other Western States Great opportunity for the Homeaon every first and third Tuesdays ol each month limited 21 days Laud- are c cheap rates are low Chest round trip rates now in effect to winter resorts of the West and Southwest Liberal limits and stopover privileges Daily through Standard Putlm n sleet ers from St Louis via Missiuri Pacific or Iron Mountain Route also pe sleeperTuesdays days to California without change Descriptive literature map folders parrcualars rates etc consult nearest Ticket Agent or address R T G Matthews T P A Room 301 Norton Bldg Louisville Ky MAKING OF STARSPANG LED BANNERS Making the American flag is the work of skilled labor Girls and women alone posses the degree of ability required to obtain best re suIts Only the heaviest and least complicated features of the work fall to pen First the stripes are whitTe or bunting ben they arg basted together and inter turned over to girls operating sewing ma ceines that stitch at the rate of 2 400 stitches a minute Thje hoc stitch is used auk thread fed Horn each hjldiug Jtweutyfour thousand yards The stripes stitched together th flag is read to receive the union Red is the predominant color in blugfield which occurs in the left upper corner of a flag and it contains fiorty five stars one for each State Silk flag stars are of embroidered silk On wool bunting flags they re of muslin The union itself is the same material as the body of widthI it it tIuslin stars are cut out by ma the rate of three thousand an hour Embroidered stars are cut out in block form by the use of dies sewing machines being utilized for the embroidering pro cess These stars are five pointed each point being precisely like its fellow No hand can become so skilled as to make one point the counterpart of another to the dies w hichneveretrar aroused The muslin from which theC are cut out is folded in forty five thicknesses and placed beneath die attached to a press operated by foot power A sharp pressure of the treadle bringslhe die dow upon the cloth with such force that the sharp steel cuts as cleanly as a surgeons knife all The task of the girls who arrange the stars upon the uniforms is one exactitude The Stars are placed rows alternating eight and seven Their positions must not a sixteenth of an inch Once place they are basted by hand and then go to the machine operatives who sew them firmly n the unions Embroidered starsr basted on the unions untrimed HsuperflUousself stands Magaziue aledpearSODslJ EXPERT ON LIARS rlAN 0 New York Tribune thelyingHetoruey for Finney county in iSSi SquirtNstealing He hired Mike Sutteri to defend him and when case was called I proved beyond all ques tion by a witness who witnessed the theft that we had the right man After the prosecution had BuffaloPformed the Court that he intenced to prove by him that my witness had lied Buffalo took the stand and swore that while he had never seen nor heard of the witness be aboutr asmetfrpretty certain when they were lying Then he proceed ed to tell how men acted when they were lying stud gave the expert opinion that my witness had sworn to lies from the word go I pro tested against such performances- but Sutton made the Judge believe be had as much right to introduce- an expert on liars as he would have to introduce an expert on medicine- or oily other science and the result wa the thief was dismissed from cusody ONR DOLLAR SAVKD REPRESENTS TKN DOLLARS EARNED The average man does not save to exceed ten per cent of his earn lugs He must spend nine dollars in living expenses for every dollar saved That being the case he can liqt be foo careful about unneces nary expenses Very often a few Dents properly invested like buy ing seed Jpr his garden will sore Itksame halos Colic Cholera stud Diarrhoea Remedy It costs but a few cents and a bottle of it in the house often doleMaybe his little excellency wants a rattle ventured the imperial nurse Should I get him one No replied the Czar with a sad look at his heir hell he rattled enough later onRams HornFranklinWhy dont you drown your sorrow PeenIcant get my mother slaw in a rowboat ohnnPa what is a grass widowPaOlc whose husband isut under itNew York Sun FORCEDQTO STARVED F Leekof Concord Kv says Foa 20 years I suffered agonies with a sore on my upper lip so painful sometimes that I could not eat After vainly trying everything else I cured itwith Bucklens Arnica Salve Its great for burns cuts and wounds At Mt Vernon Drug Co Only 25c Chamberlain s Stomach and Liver Tablets have done me a great- de310f good says C Towns off Rat Portage Ontario Canada Be ellectsnare not unpleasant Tind I can recommend them to I ill who suffer from stomach disorders For sale by druggists SUPPORT v SCOTTS servo as a bridge tqcarry the weakened end starved system along until it can find support in ordinary food for sample SCOTT BOWNE YorktrOLEnIlOMANDT tfae cou oae y BUTTER MADE OF COCOA- NUT A new hotter is now being made from the milk of the aocoanut This milk when subjected temperature ol over 2b j ruil ntoI yellow oil which ib quantities from India and Ia The hater qualities of it obtained lions Ciylcn Coelihi producesacre of laud plained with cocoanut trees would llace over 4Oolbs of oil This hus hitherto been used for fats for soap or machinery oil and the better quality employed in the manufacture of textile goods In France this oil is now sub j cted to a special treatment and converted into butter chcnustproposes nut oils and transform them ino what he terms vegetable butter The cccoanut butter like that made from cows milk curtains 7 percent of soluble acids It will keep from fifteen to twenty days without showing onesign of acid reaction and it con ais twentyfive or thirty times less water than or dinary butter while iii s Ores in oxidizing makes it spe ialh mia be for pastry and cakes as they will not get stale so quickly when made with it as with other butter Another advantage claimed for the cocoanut butter is that it seems to be an antiseptic mediums while milk is most favorable to the cul ture of microbes At the Central Hospital of Vienna and in various hospitals ir Switzerland experiments have been made with this new butter and tl e results have been pronounced sat isfactory TOGO TO ROJEVi It is this way When I need spectacles Igo to Franklin at Mt Vernon and have my eves tested and he does it right When they need changing he does it free of chargeHe also keeps sewing machine noodles for all machines oil belts c Repairs your spectacles when broken your watches and clocks when they dont run jun sotf fOGOI When you want a pleasant laxa tive that is easy to take and certain to act use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tabletr For sale by all Druggists t TaS5SiCHICAGOv AL 1if L Sc1 jIThe Kind You Have Always Bought anti which has beenin oYfO since its infancy j 1r Csc tUAlIownooneto leccicymin this ImiExIHrircnInfants and Children Experience against Experiment lVJ1 t is CASTORiA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paso gone Rapes and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms WfiidColictIloBtomalhChildrens PanaceaThe Mothers E5Ui 9 CASTORA JUW t Betrs the Signature of I 4 ht e 1 4 tu Ihr3119t V Use For Over 30 Years CCPIun YOO = f j u J C MeCLARY Undertaker Embalmer Complete LINE of Caskets Robes c Order S by Telephone attended promptly Stanford l y W M Francisco MONUMENTAL WORKS Brodhead Ky Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones ALL SVORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVEN Hot weather has its good pointsFor instance Suppose we had to buy much ice in summer as we buyj coal in winterLife OASTOGXAi-r theIto Williamsi MT VERNON KY 0ThtgivtntoPhone No So 1lIl L MYERS Dentistt Mt Vernon Ky f FirstClass Work f OFFICE At residence on Cld Main St known as the C C Wil liams residence No 73 Will be in office at BRODHEAD MONDAY noon till Tuesday noon Take LAXATINK BKOMO QUI Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature is on box 25CtS FOLErSfiOrmYANDT Cures Colds Prevents Pncurscnta r i To Pacific Coastto California Oregon Washington roundtrip long transit and return limits liberal stopover privilegesThe is practically on the basis of one fare for the round trip Of course if you wish to visit both California a Oregon or Washington cost is slightly more These reduced rates are in effect on certain dates in months of May to October inclusive They apply from all Eastern points via Chicago St Louis or Memphis gateways The Rock Island System will take you up in either Chicago or St Louis or at hundreds ofother Middle West points and carry you to the Coast in through Standard or Tourist Sleepers with unexcelled Dining Car service The Rock Island also affords a choice of routes on the Scenic route you can stop off in Coloradosee Salt Lake Cityvisit r Yellowstone National Park on the Southern route you can go via El Paso thru New Mexico then up coast to San Francisco andon to Portland or Seattle if desired In short these Pacific Coast excursions offer an unusually good chance to see our western country in a comprehensive manner If you desire to go only as far as Colorado there are excursion rates in effect to that section and return all summer long specially reduced June 30 to July 4 August 12 and 13 and August 30 to September 4 Extension trips to Ogden l or Salt Lake and return at low cost also Address JQHNSEBASJ Pass Traf Mgr Rock Island System The Friciui In PHONIC every NINE each the the From September 15 to October 31 1905oneway tourist or colonist tickets will be on sale to California and the Pacific Northwestabout half regular fare If interestedsend name and address on this coupon designating which booklet wanted and to what point you plan to go Name probable date of start also so we can advise definitely with respect to rates etc Send redobooklet end rates Nam Addrs