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Published Every Friday VOLUME XVIII MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY JULY 14 1905 NUMBER 42 1 t U y Z Z I t r f f Rave many 3 O Timesif ThouM Mow enormous our trade would ber providing the people really knew what an uptodate stock we carryand how very cheap weI sell them CLOSING OUTy NftVe but we will give you much better prices than an S concern that advertises at cost June is the monthof BRIDES and BARGAINS but oJ what we want to talk about is Bakers Bargains a Our SAMPLE SHOES great sale of teens and ladies sample shoes still Conti = ues trees at least 25 per cent less than Manufacturers I cost of Hats v atthe- t stotis1ing yIow price of 5cts each Dont miss this great sale you may never see anything like it agmnh Sample musoof 200 boys and 200 melts suits at less than cost to make We bought these suits at a large sample sale and can positively sell you clothing at about one half theSlv regular price Mens suits start as low as 2 Boys suits ns low as 75cIare Best CalicoesN i3iooo yards of Allens best calicoes and f percales while W i they last at 4cts a yard Full bolts new patterns fi and uptodate calicoes We hope our lady I customers will come early and take advant kage of this heretofore unheard of l riceAt- f r GoodsfeWe will offer all the ne v things in summer Dress goo ls at about onehalf the regu 1HThese goods of course have to be seen to be appreciated If we usedall the space in this papmwecouldnot be to tell you all the bargains we pace to offer Come early and get choice selections I Bestcalico at 4cents a yard What do you think of it U J an J f 2 l 7 a Jt af1Jvv uuIeru tJ inn4L= 105 YEARS AGOO wereHowwrote spoke and died 105 yea CountyYSa N urday Jan 4th 1800 yDecemberhour having arrived which the Vic Speakattendedproceeded to the Presidents house to present him their uuJress in answer to his speech 01 the opening of the present session and having returned the Presidents re ly thereto was read as follows Gentlemen af the Hous of Representative This very spectfnl- nddress from the Representatives of the people S Sc etc ADAMSld until tomorrow morning 110 clock Mr Josiah Parker and Mr Robert Page on Mon appearedday took their seats 1 T k WASHINGTON KNTOMBBD 79SOngreatthfather d e of man was ccn signed to the tomb with solemn honors and funeral fiomp A multitude of persons as senibled for many miles round lt- Mt Vernon the choice abode and last resting place of the illustrious chief There were the groves the spacious avenues the beautiful and mansioyn was now no more That great soul was gone His mortal part was there indeed but ah how affecting how awful the spectacle of such worth and greatness thus to mcr tal eyes fallen yes fallen fallen In the long and lofty portico where oft the hero walked in all his glorv note lay the shrouded corpse The countenance still composed and serene seemed to de spirtnt ss form There those who paid thellast sad honors to the benefactor his country took an im-prestyea s farewell view On the ornament at the head of surgejuU ad 1ethy coffin Gloria deo and on the sil lplaleTr General George WashingtonwheDeparted this on 14 HuBetweenthe sound of artillery from a vessel the river firing minute guns awoke afresh our solemn sorrow the baudicsoul with all the tenderness woe The procession was formed at moved in the following order Ca airy Infantry Guard Music Clergy MTheholsters and pistols Pall ne in PayGilpin BrethrenIalso in this paper and a poem written by a young lady an ow follows some ads a gotheraJ ChiJeenkindThatwith my brother man to livev gibeYoufew rods from the house divine nia The following articles will be reo ryelJuckwheatashes and raw hides These arti des will be taken linat the Esopus prices Cash will not be refused Marsink Dec 24 1799 r JJJCameabout one old flthebelThedesired to take her away Seth Mosier onFOR SALE Theone half of a sore rill quantityhealthy active negro wench For particulars apply to John Schoon maker Rochester NOTICE Taken out of the store of Abraham Hasbruck about a year since excellent gun marked S B any person giving information so that the subscriber may etitagain shall eceive 2 oo reward reasonable charges paid by JohnWeisti i0 i Latest Foreign News n the 5th the AustroRussians defeated at Glatus with the besidesrs a place woundtThe French tiny of the Rhine about the 8 Oct defeated the Aus killereBROWNtLEVEL GREEN We are still having a great deal ofrain The hardest shower prob ably of the season fell Saturday evening Most of the wheat stack eeland almost all the oats are i the shock The largest crop of oats was raised by J M Broyles who has aboufeleven hundred doz en Corn looks well the blackberry supply is scanty Mrs W F DeBord has been very ill the past two weeks Mrs Misstlaunte Broughton SuudayMiss at Raspberry while her brother W H Brown will teach at Crooked crezknear Cooksburg The school at this place will likely be taught by Prof Buckner of North Carolina A movement to establish a ten months school here is being vigorously propagatedDr Monroe Pennington and his broth FridayThe youngJames on last Wednesday sorrowfully Young Mr Head was an upright industrious noble boy and his mis saddeninginfluence Near four years ago a younger brother of this young man was torn supposedaccidental gun within about one year from that time a sister Mrs Andrew Doan was found at her home fatally wounded by a pistol shot The onlybrotherandsisters whose pure life was en exemplary one weighed the more heavily upon his modestly and thoughtfully disposed mind and proved to be too much The grief stricken parents have our sympa The Omniscient one knows they deserve it 4rBENT HER DOUBLE knew no one for four weeks n 1 was sick with typhoid and kidney trouble writes Mrs Annie of Pittsburg Pa and I got better although I had getsmy bands en my knees when I afllicltters which restored my health and strength and now I can walk as simplyvstomach liver and kidney disorders t Vernon Drug Co price Soc Hens today scratched up 1000 notes bills and other negotiable paper which was stolen from the Prairie du Sac bank ba robbery two years ago The papers had evidently been brought to Baraboo and hidden under the elevator in old bill book where they remain intondBaraboo Wis cor Tribune jjThethat they have discovered diamond cure for consumption If you fear consumption or pneumo it will however be best for you to take that great remedy mentioned by W T McGee of Van e Tenn I had a cough for S fourteen years Nothing helped I suDiscovery toliefUnequalled quick cure for and lung troubles At Mt pricaste free suggestedIp toStatessketches of their careers for tho M Congressioual Records set forth whether they have ever been in fi3ygrombCONTINUE 0 Those who are gaining fleshand strength by regular treat mont with eScottstreatmentInanda little cool milk with It will objectionwhich heatedsfor scorle BQWNE New York Sac sad Joo druggistsfi J r r C l1 t A AT 1 X JULY 8th we will offer you the lowest priced goods you have ever had the opportunity of buying at this season of the year It hurts us to sacrifice W t IOrgandies 8c Silk Chiffons 25c now 20c W Mohair Lusters 20c 15c WLace Curtains 45c to Sl 3 Dont forget we sell you a good DROP HEAD SEWING MAR CHINE for 1250 eachMelts eachGirls Established di1 BARGAIN SALE CHERRYS BARGAIN STORE BEGINNING concludedn WWydScoteh tOeIi Sale will close bargainsjT closedoutfirst come first rjiOUR MOTTO Good at Lowest Prices fair GoodsI ty to all cJJc= ues eac 8c are X CHERRY jI t D4DtrDlrDl The of Rockcastle Financial Institutions tu- I CITIZeNS BANK I OF KYl7 mOf r tp l safe tBanking System fI fI fI fI ACCOUNTS FirJlls and Corporati ns Solicited iIro 3 per interest on all deposits or 100 m mr W HUTOHESON Cashier ro Vt iIJw IiIiI4I4IiI- CItAB OKCHABD Mrs P M Conder has been quite sick for some weeks past but is at this writing we are to sayQuite a crowd from place attended church at Thursday night The was conducted by Bros and Jorden Mrs Kittle King and sister Miss Bet Higgins our milliners went to Danville on business Wednesday last Sheriff M Baughman gave this town a call TuesdayThere will be a box pper at Sugar Grove Saturday July 15 Everybody invited come and bring a box and pock book Your correspondent has been on the sick list for the last few weeks but is improved at this writing to give a few items any waylIr and Mrs W M Monk have from their wedding through the East and will the summer at the SpringsI neice Misss Maggie Culton Miss Bertha Beldon is with friend for a weeks at LibertyBro M Huey of Stanford will preachat the Baptist church the second andfourth Sunday nights in monthRev Wm J Holtz will lecture on of at the Baptist church Sat pDont m Miss Nannie Pleasants is wither h sister Maggie in Middleburg week Dont miss the C O July 19 20 and a i youll miss itere Few Ladies Ready 50c to Xl25 Val Sale price 25c to 75c Boys Straw Hats to 20c to 50c Values Sale price 15c to 25c each 75c pair Boys Knee Pants good values 35c pain This when 3 THOS BRODHEAD KENTUCKY and son W He- bron meeting Jones clever Woman io uDUZ7g0L7oci70Ub the hest three s of your life if a v isisitingI James U Snyder Jelhco Tenn representing Georgetown College weekMrs visitingplaceMr Holdam Stuart and this vicinitv is with his parents Mr and Mrs WR DilI Rogershasfew days but is improving at this writing Mr S EEstes is pre pared to feed your horse during the Fair at reasonable rates Dont patronageMiss prettyhomeent report a pleasant time CHOLERA INFANTUM Child not expected to live from bsy Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Ruth the daughter of EandN Dewey of Agnewville Va was seriously ofcholera infantum last summer We gave her up and did not expect her to live from on to another he I happened to think of loins Colic Cholera and Diarrh a Remedy and got a bottle it from the store In five hours I saw a change for the better We kept on giving it and before she had taken the half of one small bottle she was well This remedyis sold y all druggists P r 1887 Lot Ladies Fine and Slippers ShoesIIvalues Sale Lot Mens Fine hand Oxfords 125 SaletIprice 75c to 90c pro Misses and Childrens Shoes and Oxfords 100 to B150 price valuesiDont fail TEN CENT these all served THE TRADE CEN aTER SEEKERS FOR BARGAIN I D40rDl BE Gibralter County BRODIIEAD I I thepeople rvaUv tfIfI fIfJOF IIndivIdual pleastire roPay cent CQedJ tIflJr i v spentTuesday enough returned f1lerplaceMrsDaisy few ra i BoysI daj Bronaughsbestgirl of visitinglion of little ill hour says of Sale to o li 7 Here is a Bombay students es horseiswhen he is angry he will not do cordbYanddividessaddle and drives his animal to the meadow He has a long mouth thestrunk by a long protuberance called the neck He has four legs two are in the front side and two are weapons thoseinonlyfooding is generally grasses and grains He is also useful to take on his back a man or woman as powertogot to sleeep at night time and ways standing awaken Also there are horses of short sizes They do generallydoinghorse no sooner they see their guardian or master they always alwaysattail but not so long as the cow other such like similar animals A SURPRISE PARTY berbytakinglieve their pain and discomfort PillsTheyaffording sure relief and cure for headache dizziness and constipa VernonDrug 0 r t f MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY JULY 14 1005bur Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONtt YHAR IOO Advertising tales made known onoi a icaiionIIN the presence of great joy great sorrow the American peo invariably display the ability to forget party lines and other differences and to stand together Never has this been more strikingly illus tratel than since the death of Sec retary of State Hay There were many who criticised some of Mr Hays policies There were many who wished he might have seen things from a different standpoint but there is no American who does not regret his death or appreciate that the nation has lost a truly great statesman To the Roosevelt cabinet the loss of Secretary Hay is indeed grievous He was one of the oldcabinet members whose terms have continued over from the McKinley administrat and the most influential of men who sat at the Presidents cabi net table with the possible excep don of Secretary Taft Unlike Mr Taft his duties were of a character which afforded him ample time to study the broader questions must confront every adminis tin and his advice to the Presld was not only sound but expres in terms which command the re spect of the somewhat tmpuls Chief Executive He loved the President called him Theodore and frequently rferred to him as my boy and the President loved John Hay and listened to his ad vice anJ heeded his admonitions more than those of any other man in the country JUDGE COCHRAN Judge of the Federal Court for the Eastern district of Kentucky decided at Ma ville last Friday morning that Federal Court had jurisdiction the Powers case and ordered the prisoner removed front the Georgetown jail to Newport to await the further action of the court The two points brought before Judge Cochran on which a change was askedwere That the defendant could not get a fair trial in the State courts and that the par issued him by W S Taylor was valid The case was changed the Federal Court on the grounds that rowers could not get a fair trial The Commonwealth of Ken tucky will take the case to the Supreme Court of the United State Now that the case has passed into the hands of republican judges itf is to be hoped that they will deal as fairly between man andman as the democratic judges did have been so severely assailed their political enemies because ol the action taken in the former trials of this case THE selection of R W Brown of Louisville as Grand Exalted Ruler of the B P O E is indeed a high honor rightly bestow Mr Brown is one of the most thusiastic Elks in the State and has probably done more for good of the order than anyotberI one member of the State Bobi as he is familiarly called by press boys is the Managing Edi of the Louisville Times beyond any qqestion the best evening paper South of the Ohio and to the Kentucky editois all ofwh I can be counted as his friends it is a most satisfactory selection A meeting of the Democratic County Committee will be held in Mt Vernon next Tuesday which every democrat in the coun ty is most earnestly requested to be present of A who worked for aEqUItablefor thirteen years has never stop his 0probablyfor fees POLITICS AN D POLITICIANS It is stated that the President has offered the position of Secretary of State to Elihu Root and that Mr Root ha accepted The total number of men called bv Pres Lincoln between April 15 is 1861 and April 15 1865 was Re2r759049killed in battle 34727 died of and wounds and 183 287 died of dis ease or a total of 279376 dead lars t7 L L B R DREAD The Fair August 16 17 18 Uta Hutcheson of Lawrence g and Miss Lena McAfee of McAfee who have been visiting Mr and Mrs J W Hutcheson for the past two weeks returned to their repective homes much to the sorrow of two of our noblest sous Heres wishing for our boys that they may return soon and stay longer L L Jarrett and wife left Tuesdays train for Aztec New Mexico Luther has that much dreaded disease consumption and goes there for hishealth and every heIebecome himself again which was plainly shown by the number that was at the train to bid him and his good wife goodby There was hardly a dry eye left111r and Mrs J H Dunn Miss Ella Dunn and Mrs Josh Dunn and Mrs R L Collier and Edgar Dunn and Mr and Mrs W K Shugars are tending the Lancaster Fair this weekBogus Brown loaded three cars of lambs at this place which were shipped to Cincinnati Mr W E Spraule who has been with her mother Mrs Fullen Francisco at the Frith Hotel for several months has joined her husband in Covington where they will make their future home She was companied by her sister Miss Jewel Francisco Mrs L C Smithand son Frank Emerson have gone to SpringtheJno M Cranor is in Richmond Va on businessJ W Hutche son was in Cincinnati firtt of the week on businessChas Hurt who has been suffering with rheumatism for the past ten days is we betterRevera Iseaschool opened last Monday with attendanceMirive s on Nigger creek last Monday Miss Sallie Purcell was visiting Mrs Fred Stone at Lancaster la weekM C Albright attends pSpringstripped the light fantastic till the wee small hours ofinorn Misses Lizzie Tharp and Roberta Fri were visiting in Loretto last week Manly Albright was in Stanford first of the week on business Ora ysFrith has joined the white washers and is now out on a strike returninS J Totem and wife of Crab Orchard spent last Sunday with Mr and Mrs Ri L CollierR L Me Perron Jas E Houk and S N D vis of Mt Vernon were in to last GuesdayL B Hilton tligl operator at Livingston was visiting homefolks Wednesday Hor ace Bentou is on the sick list b intoonmay u his chums on the croquet yard toE G Hamm of Lebanon is the guest of his sister Mrs Cable W Tate is at Lancaster attending t t protracde s copal church is still in progress and large crowds are attending night ly Francisco Albright have moved into then new marble she just eastof Shugars drugstore and they are now prepared to do kinds of tombstone and monument Lexinbybright HotelA new awning has been put up in front of Shugars drugstore which adds much to the papearance of itAmong those who were at Frith Hotel Tuesday were Jas Echilton B K VanArsdale Stanford C Park Danville John Magee Lan edcaster Our people were deeply Afondaers y h goothealmost every one of this and adjoining counties Mr McClat y had been a sufferer of that terrible bttortt h was a complication of diseases Mr McClary was a member of the Bap list Church and a true good Mason Home r groundTuesdaywife who preceded him to his re wardsix years ago His sudden taking off besides a host of friends onatant two sisters Mrs Leander HoukoftJamestown Indllrs Per Hiatt this county We extend on sympathy to these three young men I ntakthee I meu as was which was a noble heritage left them NE DOLLAR SAVED REPRESENTS TEN DOLLARS EARNEDa ttoJinsaved That being the case he cannot be too careful about unneces Bars expenses Very often a few buyittgseveral dollars outlay later on It the same in buying Chamber mains Colic Cholera anDiarrhoea medy It costs but a few cents a bottle of it in the house often saves a doctors bill of several dol Fcr sale by all druggists i r Iss R CAUTION Call to see A C H IATT before buying summer goods He is anxious to show you his stock then you may decide as to our prices Take advantage of our low prices while theyI last on summer wear Special bargains in LOW CUT SHOES Call without delay and examine our stock A C Hi ATT HIATT KY E r- fllfif SSI AILLIMRY 5- MILLINERYe = BARGAINS InPE will place on sale beginning MONDAY JUNE 19tha lot of Trimmed Hats at great reduction Now is your chance for a pretty summer hat Mrs OLEO BROWN I MT YKUXOX Ivy j i g 1I0Ilfiil MILLINERY eIlOlf fl85 IN TIlE STATE Two murderers paid the penalty wasdolland was hanged at Hopkins It develops that the work of the tthJailat Russtllville last Monday night for the purpose of lytlchi several men con fined there vasit more of a comedy of struts than the tragedy it was intended toed In the confusion a rope was ttirot around the neck of the leader the leader of the mob under t supposition that he was one of the men wanted and he was Bragg asaonewitthe men wanted and charged with assault on Marie Gladder was co victed at Russellville Saturday a uthis punishment fixed at death Says fugitive W S Taylor It is needless to say that I believe Powers innocent ot any connection with the shooting It was a time manJmean My life was often threatened but I dont believe many of those who threatened me really meant what they said Though was entirely wrong in his stand lifePof was a dis leallountry and I am ashamed of my ashaarged f Commonwealths Attorney Frank lin authorized statement Saturda alit t the jailer at Georgetown hati been instructed to surrender CaleL Powers into the custody of the presentS h a rans court Mr Franklin forth ei said that the special term of the Scott Circuit Court would be called Monday but the only step would be the entry or orders taking official cognizance of Judge Cochrans cision An appeal will bt pr ecuted by the Commonwealth the Supreme Court as soon as possible and at the same time inauda mus proceedings will be instituted in that court for the purpose of se JudgeCochranState cou- rtBEST FOR THE BOWELS he latbeahnpeleight and clean to take CANDY CATHARTIOr i CANDYo3 Do an lletoahenlth YorkKEEPThe Japanese peace plenipoten tiaries have left Yokohoma for the StatesHALLS LAND STOCK AND CROP The manufacture of potato flow Toknown in that country potato flour being substituted It is said to b cheaper than wheat flour and make- lie beautiful light cake The potatoe are machined so as to separate the cautiis refined cleansed aud dried The residu is fed to stock 2500vnnjheSledDepartofeluding the threshing will la wagedr 0 2 50 per day CASTOR IAFor Infants and Children hnotBears the Cismatureof y itThe sun is 92500000 miles from t CHAMBERLAINS COLIC CIIOLIR- AND DlARRIICEA REmWYTlIJ BEST IN EXISTENCE T M Wood manager of the White County News Beebe Ark is a representative southern ierness Ulan who does not hesitate in xpressing his good opinion of a well known remedy He says It gives me pleasure to recommend Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy having used it myself and in my family with th best results In fact I believe it to be the best remedy of the kind in exhistence Sold by all druggists deOVER NINETEEN HOURS osSAVED TO MEXICO toBy the superb double daily set en vice over the Iron Mountain Route th tad its connections the shortest lland quickest line fromSt Louis to City of Mexico through San Antonio and Laredo Through Pullma- sleepers daily leaving St Louis EleganDining 1with t Mexico is attracting the investor and pleasure seeker Low rates liberal stop over privileges Xow descriptiveliterature Gntain Route Room 30 Norton Bldg Louisville Kv IIn canning your fruits and vege use the A Wmnning compound Its pure and healthfulj saves your canned or uncanued fruits fruit juices and vegetables Raw or cooked fruits all retaining natural flavor Corn and beans ook and taste as though just from Ifullpound for r by Mrs M M Maretjagent Mt Vernon Ky who has used the compound during three years and fully recommends If VEGETABLE SICILIAN Ihi ir R IA2 PRIGS We have sold our store building andmust close out our goods at PRICES OUT HALF IN WOo and buy your STirfs7 Overcoats and Cfofhingr of aFKilnds Hi We have a nice line of Dress Goods that you can buy at your Own Price COME AND LOOK AT OUR LARGE STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE t F KRUEGER Mt Vernon Kentucky PUBLIC SALE OF Madison County Farm The undersign das Executor of Margaret P White deceased will on Thursday July 20 1905 at the hour of 1030 oclock A otter for sale on the premises to the highest and best bidder the farm known as the Ben Price place located on the waters of Silver Creek in Ahidi son county contains 391 1 OlIACR and is five miles from the Court House Richmond Ky and is divided by rthe Sliver Creek and Hasans Mill road 12 210 acres thereof ai known as the Haynes tract being on the north side of said turnpike and 262 410 acres and on which are barnslatter part also fronts for about one half a mile on the Richmond and Lan ster Turnpiki roadlGrasslfarmstimbered and in one of the best of farming communities Every acre this land is productive much of it cultivated and none of wusI A tobacco crop raised on than five acres of this land in 1904 for 79000 The present crops the quality of the soil Of the Haynes tract 55 acres arc now in wheat acres iu corn and 10 locatedsland the HlIgans Mill Turnpike reads acres are now in wheat and jacres in corn The balance of 269 acres of timothyAbacco barn two tenant houses and other perty improvements are upon the pIo1 I will offer the farm for sale as fol lowsI NO1 11U3IE lying south of the said rrUACTITurnpike road aud 110 acres The barn are on this tract NO 2 TILE BALLAlll THACT fronting on the Lancaster Tiirnpike namedAacres NO3 TILE HAYNES lying north of the Hagans Mill TuruI pike road and contains liD 210 acres Nos and 2 will be offered and then the entire farm will togethJ feted and the sale will be made 1Butcombinations on the day of sale is re served Said entire farm is tented for the pteenter during the fall of 1905 to sow small righttoFebruary 1st 10 TERMS Possession of said farm will be giv January 1st One third i of purchase money will be due and payable December 1905 oaethirJ July 1906 and onethird iDecember 31 1906 and the purchaser executepur interetltfroma lien reserved upon the property andfreeexecultedundersigned at Richmond Ky J A SULLIVAN I Executor of 8 gjulKILL THE COUGH CURE THE LUftCS KingsNew FOSurest PriceI and Quickest Cure for all TROUBLES CUT12 IN TWO Come Shoes winter SONS i Oi t t lei r 011c ft SFS2 f I 3HAVEof Spring and Summer j SHOES I 5ar oitJ PRICE and QUALITY both will suit you M n Yours for business n nPhone cc ROEYi Mt Vernon Ky i j1LT A r A7 n7Lnv V V QW JONAS McKEMZIE srs ICOfVlE s COME arI youINations I CLOTHING r We curry a full line ot Clothing that will suit III and ages Our goods are right tll lour prices are ISIzes Yours very truly INo 83 JONAS ificKENZIE JONAS MCKENZIE YOUR BANKING No matter how small no mattter how large THE BANK of WIT VERNON will jive it careful attention This message appliesto the men and the women alike Remember we pay 3 per cent interest on all deposits of checkeduponOFFICERS CashierJa cSd0REsI tHl R ute T SCHEDULES BEVACSN Cincinnati Lesingtoa Chattanooga Knoxvillc Asnevllle t Cfiarfestpn Savannah Atlanta Jacksonville r B etbort and Texas Pointst KyWAQ To Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative BrOIttO Quinine Tablets Sevea IIiiDio boxes sold in past 12 months Tills Signature rI Cures Ctip in Two Days on box25c l t I JD- I2Vin VERNON SIGNAL v oN Ky JULY 14 1905 Z9 Can up No 79 whenyou wunt to COlUlTlunl cute with SIGNAL 79 Co IJe mrZnorth TIME TABLE 332 a m 23 south 124 p u 21 South 1236 a m lAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at tile Vernon Ky Postoftioe as secondclass mail matter PERSONAL R B Mullins is in Knoxville Chas C Davis is in Somerset John McFerron has gone to firing Minor Fish has goue to San Anc tonio Tex Mrs James Maiet has been very sick this week Dr A G Lovell is numbered among the sick Miss Jalia Colyer is at home from Louisville for a few days C C Williams left Tuesday for a months visit to the Vest Lee Coffey and son Arthur at t tended court at Stanford Monday MrsDr Davis is visiting rela lives in Lancaster and Hubble this week Mr and Mrs Ed Houston were guest of Jailer and Mrs J W Par sons Mrs Nannie Harp is visiting her brother W H Carmical near Liv Jesse Goodall of Nashville will arrive here on the 27th to visit relativesMr Mrs B J Bethurum are visiting in Middlcsboro and Margarite McClnry is thinking of going to California to spend a carcMr J L Joplin is hire from Mercer county the guest of friends and relatives Miss Ida May Adams is rt home from Shelluion Ga for a two months vacation Mrs Mariah Soward and son Robert Lee of Lexington are here the guests of her son wasIvisiting Misses Rosa and Wander Lechleiter this week Lytle and Jack Adams came down from Villon to spend Sun day with their parents Attoiuey Logan R Hughes wasI up frm Stanford Tuesday looking after some legal matters Miss Risse Williams left TuesJ dayfora Months visit to her friend Miss Ann Peebles in Alabama Holbert Whitehead a son of Dr S L Whitehead of Norton Va is visitingrelatives here this week Mrs W E Fish and son Mou tes of Crab Orchard are visiting M is J C Rineheart Lauiel Co NewsMesdames W T Brooks o Paris and Chas Spillman of Mercer are spending a month at Lake Chautauqua N Y County Attorney L W Bethu rum attended the meeting of the I county attorneys of the State at Crab Orchard Springs this week P W Slaughter a stock deale- of Owen county was here Wednesday to buy sheep but found th supply very small and returne- home yesterday He was th guest of Cashier W L Richards We understand that William Cummins a former citizen of this county who lived and sold goods Marelburg for many years an twentyiyears ago went to reiturned to Rockcastle e LOCAL There were 319932 tons of coal mined in Laurel county list year NoTiCK AH parties owing us wil- be sued if a settlement is not made by July 25th CHENAULT KYAKS- jul N 43t Orlando Ky FOR SAW Country store and r stock of goods in Madison county Good locationfarmingsection Address Dr J HARRY HENDREN July 7 4t Johnetta Ky 2 r 1 The Crab Orchard Fair next week The school per capita for this year will be 3 25 Born to the wife of Arthur Coffey a pound boy IMost all the public schools in the began Monday Ed Houston of Pire Hill hada horse to die Tuesday of colic rIf you want to buy or sell Rock real estate see the Rockcas he Real Estate Co Mace Sowder a former Rock citizen died at Jellico last of stomach trouble Capt R M Jackson has sold his commissary at Altamont to the PhenixJellico Coal CoLaurel County News Fritz Krueger our enterprising contractor is laying the foundation for another brick residence on the brick kiln lot- Brodhead Fair Aug 16 17 and 18 This is a county institution and should be patronized by every in the county At the request of Dr McDpnald there will be no services at the Presbyterian church until further notice either Sunday school or church STAMPING Neatlydoneon shirtwaists collars and cuffs dresses scarfs cc at reasonable prices MRS W K SHUGARS Brodhead Kyt The small cabin belonging to John Taylor colored locatednear the west end of the switch was destroyed by fire Sunday night caused by the explosion of a lamp Dr Thomas of Pine Hill tellsI us that he shipping from three to four cars of the Pine Hill fire clay to Louisville each week He has on exhibition several different pieces of crockery made from this clay The copy for the Brodhead Fair catalogues is now in this office andI we hope to have some ready for distribution by the last of next week The catalogue will be forty eight pages and one thousand After sumo six weeks the news reached here of the death of Allen Sutton who left here about two years ago and moved to Stanton Ky During Mr Suttons short stay in Mt Vernon he made many warm friends who regret to hear of his deat- hUptodate furniture suits fold ing beds iron beds matresses springs pillows sideboards hat lacks tables chairs rockers car pets matting rugs druggets wallpaper and everything kept in a firstclass furniture store Ve pay freight to your depot TRIMBLE PENCE may 19 tf Stanford Ky The Henderson and f arre brothers who are boreing a water wel for W J Sparks lave gone 118 feet without finding water This the first well ever put down in th town where a nice flow ofwater was not found at between 20 to 40 feet COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION I will on Friday and Saturday July 21St and 22nd 1905 hold acorn vhfo desire to enter as county appointees the State College of Lexington- Ky I also have Teachers Month ly term and Trustees Annual port Call or send for same G M BALLARD Co Supt The CranorSmith Lumber Co onre months more work finish up the theev widMoreehead where they recently bought a large tract of fine timber Th spoke factory will continue at Brodhead having sufficient timb thanda year We have decided to hold the next singing convention Sunday July 30th at HarninBroughtonSay ers saw mill near the old Buck Race Tracks about two and on half miles south of Brodhead from 10 a m till4 oclock p m T following have promised to take 1pars Chesnut Grove Zion Brod head Union Freedom Providence Poplar Grove and Friendship We also have the promise ofa few speeches orations essay etc Let every body come biinga basket of dinner and enjoy the day No r freshments allowed sold on the grounds Jacob Elder W A Ow 1enspJa11llleGwensau rA E =jt1t r Cashier J W Hutchesou of the Citizens Batik Brodhead has or ganized a bank at Kirksville of which his brother H H Hutche son the clever and accomidating assistant cashier of the Citizens Bank will be cashier NOTICE lAll 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 303t Admr POLITICAL NOTICE The Rockcastle County Democratic Committee is hereby called to meet in the Court house in Mt Vernon Ky at i oclock P on Tuesday July iSth 1905 for the purpose of reorganizing the same by electing a chairman and secretary and attending to such oherbusinessas may come before the committee All democrats of the county are earnestly requested to be present and tale a part in said meeting July 14 1905 ChmESPIT CURLS COMING BAcKOf- all the endearing young charms which sweet femininity wore in the days of old none is invested with more real and tender sentiment than thespit curl says an exchange uncouth though its name be Uncouth it is yet it hints by some strange association of names or sounds of the saucy spirit and quetry of the charming women who wore it Uncouth the name per baps hut the curls were not The girls the soldier kissed when they went to war there has never been but one war in the contemplation sentimentwore spit curls Your sweetheart wore them as you remember Your sister wore them Or if you are a young man now your mother wore them They are now coming back fn style againExTEACHERS ASSOCIATION Will meet at Union school house on Saturday August 5th 1905 PPOGRAMME Song by Choir Devotional Exercisesby Martin Owens Welcome address by G B SuttonI Response by E R Gentry SuhjecfHow far should we teach the Bible in our schools By G B Sutton and Miss Dollie Jarrett Recitation by Miss Maud Forbes Song i School Discipline W R Dickerson- F F Robins Dinner 12 oclock Sung i oclock Subject Methods in oralwork by Miss Carrie Frith Eu gene McWilliams Essay by Miss Lillie Butner Song Trio by Jacob Elder W A Owens J C Gibbs Subject Securing attendance by Miss Sallie Dickerson Logan Scott G M Ballard Pres J C Gibbs Secretary IRESOLUTIONS The gavel of the Grand Wardens of Heaven has fallen and corapan eion Allen Sntton has been called countryrno ever returns There fore be it resolved ist That Mt Vernon Royal Arch Chapter No 140 has lost a true and faithful companion his family a kind and indulgent hus band and father and the Chapte- an honorable and upright citizen 2nd That we extend to the be sympathyhfor consolation to the Supreme Architect of the universe who is a very present help in time of trouble 3rd That a copy of these reso lutious be spread upon our minutes a copy mailed to the family of the deceased and a copy given the Mt Vernon Signal for publication llA B FURNISH R L McFERRON J Com E T WHEELER eRESOLUTIONS erWhereas Almighty God whose wisdom is infinite and whose lov and mercy know no bouuds ha seen fit to call from the cares and perplexities of this transitory life to a state of eternal duration our companion P W Clark Therefore be it resolved That Mt Vernon Chapter- e lIst140 Royal Arch Masons has of its ablest and most faith goohea and Toying member 2nd That we extend to the bee reaved family our sympathy and commend them to Him who is the best of friends in time of trouble J3rd Thata copy of these reso be sent to the family a cop andea nal for publication JE HOUK 1 J W LAMBERT fCom JW PARSONS h LIYliNGSTOiN P W C Mullius is in La FoLette this weekC C Davis of Mt Vernon is in the city drugstore JinsRevvl hold services at the Christian j church Sunday morning and ing All are cordially invitedI Champ Mullius of Rchmond will spend a few weeks with his home folksMrs Susie Mullins is visiting at CorbinMrs Houston Mc Ferron is visiting relatives at East BernstadtMrs Browning and little son are visiting in Crab Orchard and Lebanon Junciion Mrs Kate Magee of Crab Orchard was the guest of Mr and Mrs H D Ma gee and Mrs Henry Browning last weekMilton Cummins of Cor bin was the guest of Miss Cora Adams TuesdayMr and Mrs R A Sparks are rejoicing over the arrival of a little son William A at their home in High Cliff Tenn 1HaenLouisville was in town Thursday Matt Ford has a position as fore man of a gang of men excavating for the round house at Corbin and will move his family thereJ F Cooper of Corbin was in town iSunday Mrs Dave Downs went to Corbin Wednesday afternoon Mrs W T Merimee and children have returned after a visit with friends in Stanford School opened Monday with a flit attendance The teachers are Mrs E Flshback Miss Georgia McFerron and Miss Bessie Rey noldsMrs R C Wade is teaching the Calloway schoolMr and Mrs W J Stuckev and Miss Alice Dera Stuckey of Bishopville S C and Mr and Mrs Clarence Stuck St ey of Ashland Ky who were the guests of Mr and Mrs J R Stuck of ey have returned to their homes Miss Lida Cook is visiting relatives at Winchester Will G Mullins is brakeing on the L N division Rev F P Gates has fully re covered from his late illness and will now give his full time and energies to his ministerial work as pastor of the Baptist Church He infused new life in the Church work here and is doing great good to the Church and community Mt Olivet TribuneMrs Sam Davis of Paint Lick is the guest of Mrs George Pope Mrs Dee Martin and children who were the guests of Mrs Hen ry Burton have returned to their home in Paris Wm Stanley pret iStanleygold watch in reward fork her prompt services at the exchange Miss Cora Adams la in the post office this week during the absence of Miss Lida CookMrs E S Eltuore has an attack of malaria feverHarry Orndorff is visiting his sister Mrs J C Hocker at La Follette Mrs Bert Whitei head is visiting her parents at Lan caster Will McGuire and sister Miss Cleavie returned home Satur day after a visit with relatives in Paris and WildieMrs Egbert Hayes returned to East Bernstadl MondayMr C O McKenuey and family of Lebanon Junction anrd Mrs G Nelson McKenney of thi city Mr McKenney is a conductor on the L N division He has been on the road but seven years but in that time has made for himself an enviable record M McKenney and family will visit in Lexington Winchester Demo crat Mrs C O McKenney and children are visiting her sister Mrs E L CockrellMiss Lida Cook entertained a number o friends Friday evening of last week The guests present were Misses Georgia and Mattie McFer ron Alice Dora Stuckey Cora Adams Leia San brook and Messrs ChildressMre s hornse in La Follette Tenn last week- eoeooeammecsr r TIXUSECINCINNATI bootsShoesRubbersyi GOOD FOR STOMACH TROUBLE AND CONSTIPATION Chamberlains s Stomach and Liver Tablets have done me a great deal of good says C Towns of Rat Portage Ontario Canada Be ing a mild physic the after effects Iare not unpleasant and lean recom mend them to all who suffer from stomach disorders For sale all druggists The 6st American express was installed between New York andt Boston in t8ar by WF Harnden t I iiIT2L == 9xpx b C 0 GREATYII Closing Out Sale IHaving decided to go West we now offer ClothiingiCome one and all and take advantage of this great opportunity of supplying your wants at prices you will never have again f We have everything that you will find in al firstclass uptodate store So come and bei convinced that what we say is true J lJE have the Goods you want are making the price to suit v BOOK ON CALIFORNIA 56 pages 76 illustrations De scribes California and the route there Chicago Milwaukee and Paul Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Line This is the route The Overland Limited Leaves Union Passenger station Chicago 605 p m daily Arrives San Fran cisco the third day in time for dinner California book sent for 6cts postage F E Miller Getil Pas Agt Chicago Ill or W S Howell 381 Broadway New York FORCED TO STARVE B F Leek of Concord Ky 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 it with Bucklens Arnica Salve Its great for burns cuts and wounds At Mt Vernon Drug Co Only 25C Apparently the only doubt now remaining in King Oscars mind is whether to discuss it on the Chau tauqua Circuit like Bill Bryan or in magazine like Tom Waison Brooklyn Union As we review the the Boweu Loomis muddle the thought sug gests itself that perhaps after all Castro had good cause for his ex hibitions of bad temper Kansas City Journal Baron Rosen thoughtfully puts in a general denial in advance of everything the newspapers are go lug to quote him as saying on the subjectMilwaukee Sentinel We shall watch breathlessly to see whether Kansas will swap the sunflower for a pink as the State flower after Mr Lavvsons visit Boston Herald NEWS ITEMSs t Walter Hitredge author of Campsr 0 n n dead of old age at Reeds N H FerryI Four fires in Nashville than twelve days have entailed a firesrcontributed 200000 to the above amount Incendiaryism issus pectedTwentysix persons are known to have been killed by the tornado which swept a portion of Montague- f county Texas Fifty others were injured and the property loss will probably reach 200000 Ayers can depend on Ayers IYou Vig r to restore color to gray hair every time Follow directions and it never fails to do this work I+ stops Hair Vigor I fallingof the hair also Theres I great satisfaction in knowing you are not going to be disap- pointedI Isnt that so arc halt faded uNllft aaaabout white ltook uet bottle of Areta hair restore It to omlcr dark rlcb hair Vigor certainly dopewhatrouclalmtoe b3Dtrorrilr for 1011 = Fading Hair r- HOUK ADAMS 1fl Nt w 3fBff IflflB1l14il1Tf PRACTICAL UNDERTAKER FUNERAL DIRECTOR = Stock Complete Can furnish on short no = tice Metalic = MdoneORDERS bywire Promptly Filled = = Phone No 63 aw lU1UU1U1U1U1HHU1UU1UIUl U1Hl HHUH1HlHHHUH1 UIU1t The YELLOW FrontT- HEOLD RELIABLE BEST DRUGSTORE IN THE COUNTY Cheapest Drugs Anywhere No Charge for Prescriptions Childrens Diseases a Specialty All come for fair treatment ProprPHONE DCDC J D3 or GRANVILLE OWENS E BJiUNDERTAK tlr 41cROCKCASTLE Real E state Co MT YERNON KY o farms etc advertised under this IAll 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 the best farms in the county and will be sold at a bargain the owner being unable to properly look after same because oft hialhealth The entire farm is under j fence 170 acres in cultivation balance timbered three houses on farm good wells and springs and plenty of good stock water Also good orchard IFARM NO 2consists of 300 acres be sold in two separate desired This farm is on theMt Vernon and Somerset rpadI nar Level Green Ky and is in the best farming section 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 postottlce and in one of the best communities in he county A great bargain t t Tlf Tl1 Willis Griffin AND = Mt Vernon Ky = COMPLETE LINE 1All 1 C ccx FARM No aA farm of 185 acres located near Maretburg and a very desirable farm 140 acres under fence and in cultivation balance 40 acres timber Good houses neverfailing spring and well splendid orchard close to school house church and post office A most desirable location and a splendid bargain Any one wishing tractIon acre a division is made IFARI No 4130 acres near Brod head well fenced plenty good water good orchard Plenty timber to run farm good residence and one tenant AIFARM N058o acres of land be tween Brush creek and Orlando 20 acres in cultivation balance timbered two houses and well watered Will sell cheap TOWN PRoPERTYA desireable piece of town property located in Mt goodlots upanddesiringproperty CASTORA gIItSigutf a rii1 I DRIFTING TOWARDS I 2qZ Sizes au and AND REGOMMEKDED BY VERNON DRUG KENTUCKY FAIR DATES The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for Igor as far as reported Lancaster July I32 days Brodhead August days London August 243 days Crab Orchard July 593 days Houstonville July 263 days Madisonville Aug 15 days Manville Aug 23 days Harrodsburg Aug 84 day Fern Creek Aug I54 days Sbeperdsville Aug IS4 days Lawrenceburg Aug 154 days Vancehurg Aug r64days Guthrie Aug 193 days Shelbyville Aug 224 day Springfield Aug 23 4 days Nicholasville Aug 293 days soBardstowncoSomersetFlorence Aug 304 days Elizabethtown Sept 53 dajs Glasgow Sept 134 days The Kentucky State Fair Lexington September i86 days Sept 266 days Falmouth Sept 274 days r Owensboro October Io5 day- sJTO 38 Dollars California AND THE NORTHWESTm LOUISVILLE THE Henderson 1lnYtCORRESPONDING Low rates to Washington Oregon Utah Montana and all intermediate points ee Tickets on sale daily up to and including May 15 1905 6rAlso SPECIAL HOJIESKEKERS Rates to the West and South west on certain dates If you contemplate a trip ask us for rates If you would travel in comfort see that your ticketreadsover the HENDER r SON ROUTE between Louis ville and St Louis JEir Free reclining chair cars on sM of our St Louis trains Direct connections in St Station with all lines to the West and Southwest L J IRWIN Gen Pasngs Agt- LOUISVILLE KY Indigestion Causes Catarrh of theStomachFor many years it has been supposed t Catarrh of the Stomach caused lnd gesti exactlyoppositepeated attacks of Indigestion inflames the mucous membranes lining the stomach and exposes the nerves of the stomach thus canI- ng the glands to secrete mucin Instead of the juices of natural digestion This la called Catarrh of the Stomach Kodol Dyspepsia Our relieves all Inflammation of the muco membranes lining the stomach nerves and cures bad breath sour risln a sense of fullness after eating Indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles Kodol Digests What You Eat Make the Stomach Sweet ReralarstzeSio0bodtna2Ktiethe N prepared by DeWITT ft aHI FOR SALE BY MT VERN DRUG CO lOLEnIlONEYAtmTARtlr j t tb 1 i RItG HTSDSEASE 11 Idnftlngstops irregularities strengthens the urinary organs and builds up the wornout tissues of the kidneys so they will perform their functions properly Healthy kidneys strain out andthecausing dizziness backache stomach trouble sluggish liver irregular heart action etc FOLEYSKIDNEYfatal malady It is pleasant to take and benefits the whole systemi Outrkidneys are out of order by setting aside for 24 hours a bottle of the urine passed upon arising If upon examination it is or milky or has a brickdust sediment or small particles float about in it your kidneys are diseased and FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE should betaken at once iW Two 1 SOLD MT CO Henderson PROM Louis Union protects cloudy TO CONSUMPTIVES The undersigned lmillilteell restored to health y simple means after sufTeriiij several rears with a retire lung afiVction and that dread disease is anxious to stake knom to hit fellow cuff rr ers the means cf cure To those who desire it he will cliecifullr send free of charge a copy of the prescription used which tlicy aASTHMAthroat and lunj He hopes sufferers will ry his remedy as it is inval nalile hose desinngtheprescription which will cost nothin and may drove a qAmar 3 1yr RELIGIOUS The Bible contains 3566480 etto ters 778746 words 31173 verses 1187 chapters and 66 books The word and occurs 46277 times BUY IT NOW Now is the time to buy Chamberlain Colic Cholera and Diarrh maall Remedy It is certain to be needed oner or later and when that time nies you will need it badly you need it quickly Euy it no It may save life For sale by all druggistsoa S T0eJABears theGa if 1Farm For Sale One 150 acre tract of land on the dwelliuverycheapForD G CLARK jul tf Orlando Ky LOW Settlers RATES TO POINTS IN THE WES AND SOUTHWEST VIA COTTON BELT ROUTE Oa first and third Tuesdays of each month round trip tickets be sold to points in Arkansas ateplus 2 Stopovers allowed on the oing trip 21 days in which to urn Cotton Belt Route trains leave Memphis morning and evening making connection with all lines i and carry sleepers chair cars a parlor cafe cars Write in for literature the country for maps time tableiand information about rates etc L 0 SCHAEFEH T PAl COTTON BELT ROUTE CINCINNATI OHIO m 9 Wine of Cardui Cured Her 213 South Prior Street ATLANTA GA March 21 1903 I suffered for four months with extreme nervousness and lassitude I had a sinking feeling in my rfaI becamo weak and lost my vital fourteenonthefind relief to regain my ofCardni wasiresults Within three days my appetite rcturnedandmy stomachrtroubled me no more difcultyusperformedg rweUwomanOLIVE JOSEPH 1reu Atlanta jn Secure a Dollar Bottle of ONWine of Cardui TodayI fomYSKlDNEYWIm MakM KMMys Md MuMcr RllM dtJ J 1 f t t G B Burhans Testifies After Four Years G B Burhans of Carlisle Center N Ywrites About four years ago wrote you stating that had been entirely cured of a severe kidney trouble by taking less than two bottles of Foleys Kidney Cure It entirely stopped the brickdust sediment and pain and symptoms of kidney disease disappeared am glad to say that have never hay a return of any of those symptoms during the four andheartilykidney or bladder trouble uencs Otf 163 speedy SAY BUSi- nr The above heading was en e w known in the columns of the Ssg nal but that was a time wbtn good men and women seemed to take a greater inlejes andworked more neighborhuod of r from six to uine months out of the fre1quentpurpose as well as school but now we have no Sunday school or Church service eit ier From year year the weeds g ow around thei door and the old rose ush blooms at the northeast window unnoticed until the merry shout of the school announces that the time public school has come Then w unto mullen stalk weed roses and It is only with an effort that the great sycamore in the lane withstands them Mr Sam Sayers received a pain antvweek in being caught by the wheel of a loaded wagon Walter Owe who has been spending the winter dHISayers is doing very little at pr estbloat people are through with pickingisOwens left Sunday to begin school near Pongo The schools in t begurlt galocontest to be held near here on the flu Sunday in this month The Uni class met Saturday night at t home of Mr Ben Albright for ti of reTmost of the day There will be more than a dozen classes here and a big time is expected Come one come alland enjoy the heavenly piwillo grant recl tations etc Only five miles w of Mt Vernen two andahalf mu south of Brodhead No trouble atre sup pose as I am a new correspondent the othercorrespondents will want to know jttJt what I am so they mudsay n hotheadnRed cionustrongwho says we dont need bett roads in Rockcastle by the bet columnIyou me Hamra who is in business at Leba withhomefolksI neighbhoodorcalle ftoPerhapsfaishnessSignaland all its readers TO THE WEST SOUTHWEST CALIFORNIA ETC Best reached via Missouri Pacific Rotfromgreatly reduced Oneway Colon on February 21 March 2 i 1905 to Arkansas Texas Indian and Oklahoma Territories and WesteStatesrhe home seeker or investor Home seeker round trip tickets on ltbeen every first and third Tuesdays o each month limited 21 days Lands cheap rates arc low CheaTII nd trip rates now in effecttca WcslandSouthwest over privileges Daily throu Standard Pullman sleepers from St Louisvia Missiuri Pacific Raifway S Iron Mountain Route also per sonally conducted Tourist sleepers s Tuesdays Thursdays and Satur chaiiDescriptive ge rs particTars io TGMatthewsNorton BldgIpuisvjlle Ky Tw nil HOT SPRING NC upherestated contains some handsome buildings The Springs Hotel and other attractions the park fine walks and beautiful shades are among the things on earth that reach high up into the magnificent Board there is 16 per week or 4 per day for transients Some oth er good houses in the town run by very accommodating proprietors at S5 Per weekor per day for transients andda few boarding houses at cheaper rates All so orfar as I am informed furnish pie ety of good wholesome No liquors are sold fareIcptinjs They have of that business They have six churches including the colored Nethoaists Masonic and K of Iandand it is a lang retailnstores of all sorts and one drug padtthing is a shade higher here than iu Kentucky except religion and politics They dout seem to reach Kentucky extremes Yes tileyI have a good school but the frees school system is inTerior to ours The lanrl is steep poor and con tains may gullies except the little creeksht1few and small in the hill heThree small battles were fought- e near here in the civil war This c tivfugewhackers Such as this dont in terest your readers in this day and time though The rain continues to pour down hut this year is in the wet column any way All years ending in i 3 drySe intare blessed to live and beconviuc ed of the truth Will some well informed reader of the Signal ex plain the difference in truth and thotThe mornings here are very the days warm or hot the generally pleasant As to curative qualities of the water solsand kidney ailments and Dr Peels professionJsonable He visits examines and willtehim There is a man confined in the shville jail for one of the most murders if reports be true evertorelativesheoff in August The laws are better enforced here than in Kentucky though they are no better nletterSome of the Masonic brethren visit me every day and talk religion in a good old Onlyswo Bro Gentry and wife here My side stomach strength ac haeimproedsarily slow for my descent has long and gradual One great andithurt I sleep and eat enough drink lots of water Evtry hing I eat or drink tastes well though I e tbut few article of Khdietcorn and loaf bread eggs utter oat meal hot water and ood baughnaugh claughber Dr ut off meats acids and coffee He urging me totry the baths says have plenty of strength to take me every other dayv These baths ere weakening and make one sore people say BUCK VARNON rasp ttko coat baa hootlug r IThe system ofcullecting fares in y of Mexico differs radically from that employed in this country i as a slip is handed by the conductor to each pas enger as a fare receipt This receipt shows the date amount ot fare and direction of trip bears a serial number and must be retained hv the passenger JruofIcompany has 17 different rates of fare varying Itom 3 cents to 30 beingdhiehclbetweclI the city lines thereate no second cas cars or tares the city rate be lUg 6 cents which at the present rate of exchange amounts to i lit te Its than 3 cent gtld The colors of the paper upon which the tickets are printed are changed each month and this fact together with the practice of varying the prur gressive enumeration ol the tickets among the 17 different rates of fare makes counterfeiting practically giverAsto retain his fare receipt the com pany has just announced the es tabhshment of a lottery h tickets of which will bt the fare receipts issued by the conductors Lotteries as is well known are exceedingly popular in Mexico as iu all other Latin countries and in this case the sanction of the Government has been secured The object of ha receiptisThe highest prize tu the lottery is t 1000Imiglhethe Cabinet so that he can earn a years payrOetroit Free Press TOGO TO ROJ Y It is this way When I need spectacles I go to Franklin at Mt Vernon and have rny eyes tested and he does it right When flier needchanging he does it free of chargeHe also keeps sewing machine noodles for all machines oil belts sc Repairs your spectacles when broken your watches and clocks when they dont run S juu30tf TOGO When you want a pleasant laxa e that is easy to take and certain act use Chamberlains and Liver Tablets For StomachI Druggists Complete information sent free W S HOWELL Oenl BroadwayNEW or F A General Passenger Agent d 4 7 II UIIi1IIiIIIoIIionI frjJJ i7 = E L 11 npj m a i 1siIIlilaHng 1Itltcrrat NOT AnCOlIC xcFOTd11rSI n lLmfJi rud nruierr itunGrd iirtl JoJdrrr rfdkryrtr tilIrYY to0stiaY1rormsConulsionsfc rish at 1PacImlic lyltalnie or NEW YOI3IL IEXACT COPY = j 3C MeCLARY- Jnderfcaker Embalmer Complete LINE of Caskets Robes c Orders by Telephone attended promptly Stanford Kv W M Francisco MONUMENTAL WORKS Brodhead Ky Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones ALL WORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVEN Secretary Taft now declares that he was not angry when he wrote that letter to Engineer Wallce Still the Secretary must admit that it was a howling good imitation Pittsburg Gaz- ettecAsTRIA BoughtSignatureof i I CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Bought Have- Always Bears the Signature of t all 9 Use r tt Over Thirty Years IAi1r nua cnaar l raex WilliamsI MT VERNON KY oItteetSpecialattention given to So INl L MYERS Mt f IWorkOFFICEAt residence on Cld Main St known as the C C Wil hams residence PHONE NorWill be in office at BRODHEAD every MONDAY noon till Tuesday IN Take LAXATINE BROMO Qur NINE Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature is oh each box FOLIY IiOIffiYAM Cures Colds Prevents Pneumonia Opportunities in California The trade in the Orient is opening up multipliedduringThere will soon be a tremendous increase in FarEastthereMThYLosAngeles29 3031 June i August 6789 10 I 11213- and daysRate ist sleeper from Chicago to San Francisco Los pointsin Union Passenger Station Chicago via the Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Lines UnionPassencrertouristsleepingthrough standard sleepers blanklines MILLER CHICAGO WRAPPER 25CtS Name i r Street address S City State Probable destination tAUFOR5IA i i i sat Y x