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EM 4a Published Every Friday VOLUME XVIII = MT VERNON ROCK ASfLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY JULY 21 1905 NUJlBEHus y UR Url z Z 9 ii f Have Many Times f nought i Kow enormous our trade would bej providing all the people really knew what an uptodate stock we carryand how very cheap we sell them CLOSING OUT Nee lint we will give you much better prices than any concern that advertises at cost June is the month of BRIDES and BARGAINS but what we want to talk about is Bakers Bargains SAMPLE SHOES Our great sale of inons and ladies sample shoes still contin lies Prices nt least2bb per cent less than lfHnufcturels c- nstyrisSarnpieHatsx h r off mens 12S 1 7O and 1 7Ii i1 it tin a tontsltttigl loirlirice 35cts tell Dn like it again Sample Clothing 200 boys anti 200 mens suits at less than cost to make We bought these suits at a large sample sale and can positively sell you clothing at about one half the regular price Mens suits start as low as 2 Boys suits as low as Inc jr Best Ca1icoet t il 3OOG yards of AlIen best calicoes and f percaleswhile- lasti they at 4cts a yard Full bolts new patterns and uIyto date calicoes Ve hope our lady customers will come early and take advant- t age of this heretofore unheard of price Summer Dress Goods We will offer all the new things in summer Dress goods at about onehalf the regular price fbesegooc1sof course have to bey seen to be appreciated If ire usedall the space in this paper we could not begi to tell anyd v get choice selections Best calico at 4cents a yard What do you think of itt t 1 U S i 1 H ir f it1ff i7 i i J o Da I bnt JIJ ettJ1 IJ = 43l1li= = r HOTSPRINGNC Judge Morrow arrived Saturday ThouIf reIjuinatiujust hot enough to be comfortable Dr Peck staid with us until we were taken to the sweat box pu- no a couch or cot covered with blankets wild there I not THom hy for half hour sweating and cooling off Then to the witting room uutil our temperature became norqmal then a buggy ride through beautiful park along gravel roads fringed with Kentucky Line gray to I11erheumatic sufferers from different parts of our great country som on wheels some on crutches otn led by friends unit others going it alone From what I learn from those having had experience these waters are neither so hot or power posIessqualities I read a short paragraph in Signal of last wtek telling the pU11 lie in general that a teachers insti Lute had been in session 4 or rather 3 days at the capitol city of Rock castle When I began my carte as a teacher 1865 three 3Imouths or 66 days was fhe length capitahouses in most cases were lo bigIVa r little alike very requfcutlyNuo light ventilation except the doband sometimes a long window inthe rear endot house mafle by cutting out one entire IOM in front ol which a wide plank was put in asialy served as a place ilo talk laugh wool even court spark I believe gHerehouse from 7 a m till 5 p m wit only short intermissions arme with a B B speller the most fortunate pupils got 8 to 10 weeks in this and some of theta made mar velous advancement in the 4 most prominent branches spelling read ing and we learned to read Iron the speller when was aboyllo ruder allowed in school vvrftirrgr and singing tor every lesson was inea not touch understanding or melody eel1lJ2theiPlay Tight here many of our best resellers graduated with help of the line knot and old grease lamp dur ing long winter evenings without help at home We soon Lada corps of teachers under Combs Myers and Dr Brown that lighted in teaching as a profession wool they ie a majority of the stuck for a decade or more and they grew more efficient every year They had less system then and more work and I must say in all candor we had better schools and the pupils made more rapid ad vancements Now there arc rea cone for this and what are theysNearly all our teachers in c days were males but I shalln pretend to place men above ladi teachers for many o our lad teachers rank highas instructors ebutgenerally chosen for his eternal fi ress The institutes were conducted by efficient teachers 5 per day and lots of outside help gratis so our week thus spent was a regular love feast and each er left for home saying It w good to be there Since then we putinwhat for why did he so A large m jtityof the teachers were not benefit ted one iota but worn down until the other two and a half days were worth but little to the In our first institutes our instru practicthowf JlA JrvVn BUCKVARNON CHOLERA INFANTUM Child not expected to live fro one hour to another but cured Chamberlains Colic Cholera at Diarrhoea Remedy ofnE was seriously ill ofcholera infantum last summer We gave her up and did not expect her to live from on t hour amber1la1l1sRemedy and got a bottle of it from thetore In fire hours I saw change for the better We kept on giving it and before she had taken the half of one small bottle she well This remedy is sold by a druggists Japan is about to change the map of thewhole FrEast Well the engravers will get the rakeoff anyhow POXGO Married on Thursday July at London Laurel county Ltila C Dyer and Mr Frank BraI dy Miss Dyer is one of castles best teachers and Mr Jdy is deputy Sheriff of Pulaski county May their pathway through life he strewn with roses minus the thorns of adversity is the wish IIIIday to see Mr G W Morgan wboI Ii seriously ill Dr Owens has uite an extensive practice pear PuJluki3nIMr bird Mrs Dock Norton ofj s creek were the guests o ftiJr and Mrs fJowman Sun justcreturned trom a visit to homefolks iat EuhanksOats harvest is over 1IIBrodhead as teacher There was quite a crowd met at Walnut Grove Sunday to practice singing Severf al of the class contemplate going to the singing which is to be held near Sayers school house the 1Hayes fthising thrown them behind with their lnlckleberloccupation just now especially among the ontenrIV 1 LI LR Mrs G Jones is spending a few days with her brother W H Jones Misses Ceva and Lizze Hiatt were over from Oak Hil- lSundarMr Will Fish and sisters- MissesDaisy and Tea spent Sun Mrdsup nightforLEVEL JRKEX Mr Henry Catrqn was in Somerset rund1yMi Ether Brown js visiting r tiVSat Scfence HdlMr Ham of Jessamine accompanied by W H Mullins is buying1 mules in different parts of Rockcastlelobo Mullins bought a two ear old colt fprl5 7There are a greatmany good much cows here for saeTbe silk and afflict improvingentertained for J J Towery who has been confined to his room for several months hadnsnSomerset Presiding Elder preach rollIlappv is the nation whose annals are few So it should be with the dominion of Possum Hol leI whose metropolis is Level Green The people seem to he- toobusj to engage in any great that will cast honor upon atofour column hutyver someof the boys who seem to fear that their hietVernonorup on ye r pro efhihitionsIn tireasa new BENT HER DOUBLE in I knew no one for four weeks when 1 was sick with typhoid wool JiHunterwhen I got better although I hadJ getctr nfy hands en my knees when I walked From this 14tionters which restored my health and strength and now I can walk as simplyltt curde at Mt Vernon Drug Co price soc G If Japan wont offer an armistic theireports from Mansburia may fur nish some interesting reading for the peace conferees while they are at Portsmouth PARTYa heIour ItIaffording sure relief and cure f rjheadache dizziness and 11Drug BARGAIN SALE AT CHERRYS4 BARGAIN STORE i g BEGINNING JULY 8th wo will offer you the lowest priced goods you have ever u had the of buying at this season of the year It hurts us to sacrifice k prices in this way but it hurls worse to carry goods over and we have concluded Ito make the prices so they will GO Dont let tins slip but avail your self ofsome of these rare BAR G AI S y ydScotchOrgandies SeII1 Silk Chiffons 25c no20cII Mohair Lu sters 20c HieII Suitings Hiece lOc Canvass Back Ducks 1In Light Colors t Polka Dots RcI9 Lace Curtains uIt we you a good JDROP HEAD SEWING MA 50t eachGirls pairBoys IIto Sale will close these bargains are all closed outfirst come first seredR OUR lI0I10Good Goods at Lowest Prices fair treatment to all rKYr TrL Ready P tshed opportunity r opportunity J CHERRY IJIlOmiEAJ KENTUCKY = dJtci17c 7oZd17dYdfaUdltd7d17dlid1til Yjd toIheFinancial Gibralter Roclccastle Countyt I CITIZeNS BftNK r fBRODIIEAD KY to t1 t1 Offers to people a and conservative Banking Systemif1 01 AccolJNrr I SOFH d m I Individual Firms and Corporations Solicited 1m 4 3 per interest on deposits of 100 I c to J HUTCH ESON Cashier fI1ij ti BB L7LiLlrLILDIrJLlCGC3LrILrlrJJlJlr 2B e RHO 1I1EA1n Mrs M n Salin of New Hope isvisiting her brother J 1- VHutchesonMisses Maud Watson and Liza Pike will leave Friday forNina A crowd of youngsters had a picnic in Friths grove last Saturday chaperoned by Mrs Dannie Owens and Mrs Swin fordOne of the swellest events Brodheads society was the birthday party at Dr P Bentons in his palatial ironic Wil Oakland Friday night July 1005 this party being given in honor ol their son Horace who is now entering upon the life of a man he being 21 yoars old July wishing that we may again have the privilege of going- to that happy home Those who registered were Misses Carrie Frith Maud Forbes Lyda Hiltou and Florida Roberts and Messis Robt Wilmott Fred L Durham Len Taylor C C Hurt and Ora Frith It was given up by those present to be the finest ever tended The beautiful home was decorated with ferns and sweet peas Neither time or expense was spared in arranging the spacious parlors At the hour p was announced and to say the lt was laden with all the good things to eat would only be put ting light phase on it J4etit not long tillwe can again have such pleasure About 12 m the crowd to leave and to say we were sorry to leave would r Few Ladies to Wear Hats 7ic each liens Straw Hats 50c to 125 Val ues Sale price 25c to 7f c Boys Straw Hats Sc to 20c to 50c Values Salo price lfc to 2f each Lot Men and Boys Pants to2 val good values Sac pair t istabl 1887 j when began 3 THOS tc ii of ld cent tf I super a ot express it Here is hoping that Horace will make a man that his parents brother and sister will be proud of and he is made of the right kind of stuff to be oneGene Mausner of Lebanon was visiting H L Tharp first of the week p THE DIAMOND CURE The latest news from Paris is that they have discovered a dia jmondcure for consumption If consumption or pneumonia it will however be best for you to take that great remedy men tioned by W T McGee of Van leer Ten 1 I hada for fourteen years Nothing helped me until I took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which gave instant re liefarid effected a permanent cure Unequalled quick cure for It1Vernon500 andi guaranteed Trial bat ties freeIconsequence s Maples several iron works are to be erected there The Terriere Italiane is about to build a blast furnace and the Miland Silvestri is building branch worhs lor making railroad IT NOW Now is the time to buy Chamher lains Colic Cholera and Diarrlto a Remedy It is certain to be needed titste comes you yon will need it quickly Buy it now It may save life For sale by al druggists i Lot Ladies Fine Shoes land Slippers to S2 M pairiLotljand Oxfords S125 250 values Sale 75c to 90c pr Jti Vises arid Childrens Shoes and Oxfords iSaleThis ITERrdllL7 trJ1 rQthe safe t Coltjr Pay all checktW rtinight circles Heres atI proper cough undertakIings materials BUY ADJOINING COUNTIES Dr W Godfrey Hunter and as sociates secured control of the stock of the Somerset Water Company rained at 150000 It is the purpose of the new company to erect a light and power plant build an ice factory and also a trolly line which will circle the city It would seem certain that the Paris Maysville electric line will be built the subscription allotted to Paris 6000 having been taken in a few hours The proposed road will tap one of the most productive agricultural regions in the The pleasure boat The Sham rockwhen three miles above Valley View on the Kentucky- river struck a steel gay line which tore off the pilot house of the boat and swept more than half a dozen of the fifty passengerg into the CarpenterIwomen were One of the passengers Miss Brook thetparty Disease takes no summer vacationIf need flesh and strength us- eScotts Emulsion summer as in winter- S sample COWNE inkl MT VERNON SIGNAL from to T FKIUAY JULY 21 1905 Published every Friday yFrc EDGAR S ALBRIGHT they their their SUBSCRIPTION TEAR IOOJ the Advertisingtales wade known on tery application One of the worst things about the average American is that he trill s11 anything he owns if he can ican only get his price This disposi x tion on his part tends to make him always unsettled When a man has a good farm a good home good neighbors and n good income where can he possibly go to better his condition In fact where can he go where he would not be worse to off Lots of men find out at an ex pease ul a lot of monty and peat e of mindTht sensible thing for men tu do in nine cases out of ten r is to settle down contented so far as ever expecting to find a home where everything is alright and carefully study how to make the old farm productive their homes more pleasant and their lives of use to their families and the world says an exchange A still objectionable feature than any which the writer has assigned might be given that oftimes yes very often some of the American citizens being so anxious to will hand over their birthright the right of suffrage for no more than one drink of busthead whisky THE Supreme Court has held that Kansas can not run an oil r finery under the guise of a pen tentiary Now if the court wll just ruie that Mr Rockefeller canC not run a penitentiary under the Isguisewill doubtless call it even rPEAR is off for the North pole again There is one man in the United States who knows his usto iness this weather anyhow One hundred and thirteen years ago todayJuly 18 Ijozit was that Paul Jones died The an ni versary of the death of the Father and Founder of the American Navy finds his body on the high seas borne hither on a battleship to gain a resting place in the nation he r to make and to receive hom fhelped long deferred The iSlh of July in 1792 upon Wednesday For three years the great naval commander had been suffering from an affection of the lungs contracted while in the Russian service and of late he had been steadily declining H i friends had observed for some time that the end was approaching but he bore up with the courage that was one of his marked character istics through life Despite his weakness and suffering he was the most cheerful and interesting of all when surrounded by his companions Just three days before his death Gouverneur Morris visited him at his house 42Tournon street Paris and found him lying in ais hammock stretched in a little gar den in the rear of his lodgings He was conversing in his happiest vein with a group of callers About 5 oclock Wednesday afternoon Jones made his will This he did in response to the insistence of his intimates that had extended over several months rather th the feeling that death was at hand At 9 oclock that eveninghe died The circumstances of Paul Jones death are gathered from papers left by contemporaries The notaries having finished their task with the will and gone Mme Arbergne thein housekeeper brought Jones a bowl of broth This was about 7 oclock Two hours afterward she went the bedroom to clear the table T Admiral had died in the interi- The upper half of his body lay face downward acress the middle of his couch his feet were on the floor and his arms were outstretched the counterpane As one of boigraphers has just put ituHed- ied as he had lived alone and with his boots on From all appearances it was judged that he had exIy pired very suddenly On the floor halfway between the chair in which Mme Arbergne last saw him sitting and the bed was one of Vol taires books which had alien from his hands In one clenched hand was a little watch given him by Mary Adelaide of Orleans and bearing her miniature The phy cicians said be doubtless had been seized with a coughing spell and exhausted had endeavored to go T I I the chair to the couch onlyIfall upon it dead from It effusion and strangulation There were orations and public ceremonies in which prominent led for to Paul Jones looked tor a reorganization of navy and for victories over enemies on the yea Then body in its leaden casket was deposited in a vault in the Ceme for Foreign Protestants Gouverneur Morris American Minister requested this believing the Government of the United States would have it conveyed to Amer soil for final interment and honors which the government neglected to do Later the body was buried in the cemetery The corpse has been at lost re claimed thanks to the tireless and patriotic labors of Gen Horace Porter The coffin now on its way America contains beyond all dis pute the mortal remains of the in trepid commander There is comfort in the thought therefore that late as it is this particular anni versary of Paul Jones death wit nesses the voyage of his body to the shores he loved to rest under the folds of a flag that he was the first to unfurl on water Couner Journal July iSih 1905 reSAYERS s Blackberry picking and oats harvest are over Oats are poor in this section on account of dry weather several weeks since 1Again we hear the ring of the saw and the buzz buzz buzz of ma chiuery at the saw mill of Brough ton Hamm Sayers Severaal from this section are attending the Crab Orchard Fair this weekTli e Sundayivery pleasantly at Maywood an OtteuheimWalter Owens is i 1ilS Louisville for a few days E J Hamm has returned to Lebanon Born to the wife of Win Cable a girl also to the wife of W B Cable a boy I have heard that a person will get used any thing I wonder if Bill is used to being called PapFre dom school opened Monday with Miss DeBoard as teacher also Union school with G B Sutton as teacher Our hustling merchant W H Owens seems tube putting the Brodhead merchants out of business in this section The good ladies of the neighborhood get the highest market price fo their produce and general me chandise at the lowest pricesJe- ll R Taylor spent several days at Crab Orchard last weekBogue Brown and J M Craig shipped car load of fine lambs from this section last week Well well well you never heard sthe like of singing in all your life Never before has there been such an interest aroused in singing cir cles as in the coming contest From church and hamlet rolls sweet melody and from every hill side the echoes bound to the sound of the human voice in song I think we may truly say there was more singing in Rockcastle county last Sunday than ever before i one day Who will say that flier no power in song or who say that no good will come of an interest in this important part of Christian worship Then her- eisHurrah for Freedom class The Union class cant compare with it Poplar Glove with all training will not be in the race an Brodhead with its tenor singer and Dock Haggard with his song that wits sung fourhundred years ago will simply have to step down and out after the contest Will Buck Varnon clear away the the cobwebs that the balmy days the Sunny South must be weave ing around his once bright sand act tive brain and tellus where and tohow singing originated ITEMSmThe French national holiday was elaborately observed all over the republic hisTwo earthquake shocks were at Maine It is said that Gov Carter of Hawaii will reconsiderhis recent expressed intention to resign his office Richard Wartbam the oldest member of the Knights of Pythf in the United States died at Roc Island Ilk Two murderers one white one coloted were put to death in the electric chair at Sing SiIgNew York prison Negroes at Knoxville Tenn have not only boycotted the stree cars because of theJim Crow T r 7 c r iRtciCAUTION Call to see A C H ATT before buying summer goods He is anxious to sh5w you his stock then you unity decide us to our prices Take advantage ofour low prices while they last on summer wear Special bargains in LOW CUT SHOES Call without delay and examine our stock A C HIATT f HIATT KY I IISlieiii MILLI- NERYMILLINERY BARGAINS = Iwwill feeta rtI place on sale beginning MONDAY JUNE 19th a lot of Trimmed Hats at great reduction Now is your chance for a pretty summer hat t Mrs OLEO ROWN MT VERNON IVY 4 r r 1 MILLINERY awbut have established hack lines lThe market reports gate cheese strong and active Thats no news either this weather It is probable that Louisville will have a grand central depot to and from which all trains com in into the city will enter and departI The Roosevelt in which Capt Robert E Perry will attempt to reach the North pole sailed from New Rork Sunday Capt Perry will join the ship at Cape Brenton It is estimated that to collect one pound of honey from clover 62 000000 heads of clover must be deprived of nectar and 3750000 visits from the bees must be made Again the Univer ty of Chicago- r is getting a bit of free advertising- This time one of its professors has gone to live in the wcods to get away from the noise of piano play ers who disturb his heavy thoughts- a For the first time since gold was discovered in the Black Hills there is no gambling going on in Dead wood and the other mining towns and in this county Everything is closed tightly bv Jhe order aUthori1tSt depot at Louisville was destroy 1e3 by fire Monday night The origin of the fire is not known Loss on the building was 300000 to say nothing of the records of then company for the past twenty years destroyedII 11At Aug 8th three Lutheran Synods will hold a conference with the end in view of arriving at a plan of union on doctrinal matters which have hith erto divided the Synods The alldLutherans tates The United States trade with Asia is rapidly increasing Gur growndfrom i5oooGODin 1894 to 24 000000 in 1904 Our exports to China 4000000 at the first ot those years and 20000000 at the last have increased fivefold in the en years BEST FOR THE- BOWELS thebowelland well Force fa the agape at phydaorpill poison 1danperone The IretheCANDY ItOATHARTIO EAT EM LIKE CANDY DoGoodperborWrite tor tree 433kKEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAN jAyersPills l1Want your moustache or beard bAn or rich black Use STATEIIN THE Auditor Hager in a letter 10his President Babbitt of the Kentuc k Wholesale Dealers Assic ation imposhngf spirits as not conflicting with the act of 1902 requiring license on the business of wholesaling distilled ofih er a person a tr or a blender and is also engaged in thewholesaling of rectified spirits he must pay a license tax for business The matter is of considerable importance to all rectifiers Evidence was introduced before the Interstate Commerce Comm sion of Inquiry Tuesday to the effect that Louisville parties ha been duplicating and even triplic ing expense bills on grain whereby they were allowed to secure froa two to three times as much shrink age as they were entitled to Sixty seven expense bills which it alleged had either been duplicated or triplicated were presented and identified by the inspector of the S E M V Association who fied that he was unable to account for the similarity unless fraud ex isted The inquiry will contin when S G Reyuoles the tor will be crossexamined FARMERS AS BANKERS The Bank Commissioner of sas declares that a majority of the banks of that State are owned by farmers and that in many counties all the stock and all the important offices are held by this class denotes a radical change from t days when the farmers were bar rowers and drew almost wholly on speculative capital for their needs giving mortgages on their lands return The gratifying evolution is due primarily to the fortune o long succession of good crops but may also be traced to a general im provement in farming a larger knowledge of the relative values ol crops and of the scientific treatment of them The general activity of the business world has made g markets and profitable prices Jt ofImore and more into the hands of farmers otherwise the chief deposi tors There are few financial adventures in this class The men- the of farms average exceptionally high in ordinary business capacity in conservatism and honesty They are not usually given to daring speculation Kansas City Star POLITICS AND POLITICIANS hl T ONeal was nominated for Mayor of Louisville be the publicans Sugarcoated easy to take mild in action They cure constipation biliousness asickheadacheo weii BUCKINGHAMS DYE ran ore eaeusoeIttBALLaOOtw q r I PRICES 12 IN We have sold our store building andmust close out our goods at PRICES CUT HALF IN TWO Come and buy your Shoes Shims Overcoats and Cothin2 of af Kinds We have a nice line of winter Dress Goods that you can buy at your Own Price COME AND LOOK OUR LARGE STOCK GENERAL MERCHANDISE F KRUEGER SONS Mt Vernon KentuckyI ROCKCASTLE Real Estate Co MT VERNON KV t 0J All farms etc advertised under this head will be advertised and sold on I a per cent and if no sale is made not coat for advertising I 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 of health The entire farm is under balanceYwells and springs and plenty of good stock water Also good orchard FARM No 2Consists of 300 acres which will be sold in two separate tracts if desired This farm is located roadinarin the best farming section of the county Well fenced 175 acres in cultivation balance tim watered one new twostory buildingI chand two tenant houses convenient to school church store and postotlice and in one of the best communities in he county A great bargain FARM No 3Pt farm of 185 acres islocated near Maretburg and a very desirable farm 140 acres under fenced and in cultivation balance 40 acres timber Good houses neverfailing tspring and well splendid orchard close to school house church and post office A most desirable location and a splendid bargain Any oae wishing a small farm can buy a 70 acre tract off of this farm but no buildings would be included on the 70 acre tract if a division is made FARM No 4130 acres near Brod head well fenced plenty good water orchard Plenty timber to run tlfarlD good residence and one tenant house Can be bought for 55000 A great bargain ueFARM N0580 acres of land be ectween Brush creek and Orlando 20 acres in cultivation balance timbered two houses and well watered Will sell cheap TOWN PUOPEKTY A desireable Mt11lClots and 8 acres of pasture to go at aI bargain Property will be divided and sold in any way to suit buyer A real bargain for anyone desiring property in Mt Vernon RisPR1SINTShe The average man does not save to exceed ten per cent of his earn iugs He must spend nine dollars inin living expenses for every dollar saved That being thee case he can unnecesfsary cents properly invested like buy ing for his garden will save several dollars outlay later on It is the same in buying Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It costs but a few cents and a bottle of it in the house often IOdaves doctors bill of several dol ars For sale by all druggists fOTIflKIDNEYCURE Mattes KUMys ad BlaMtr KILLTHE COUCH CURE THE iWITH Dr KingsI New Discove II FOR cONSUMPTION Price SOc SI00 Free Trial 1 Surest and Quickest Cure for all I THBOAT and LUNG TBOTJB Re7aY8 or MONEY BACK 1 i II CUT TWO AT OF y C C P s ft SHOESI Elyou examined our lineS fi4of and Summer f IiIfnt don t tail to do so before tbuymg PRICE and QUALITY bothwill suit you n Yours for businessth Phone 66 ROBT COxPhone 66 if Mt Vernon Ky g JOHAS McKENZIE COME COME r a t liFE invite all to come and see us At my store you will always find a good selection of Dry Goods and Notions CLOTHING iWe carrry a full line of Clothing that will suit 1111I sizes and ages Our goods are right and our prices right Yours very truly areI Phone No 83 JONAS McKENZIE JONAS McKENZIE YOUR BANKING INomatter how small no mattter how large THE BANK of MT VERNON will give it careful attention This message applies to the men and the women alike Remember we pay 3 per cent interest on all deposits of 100 or more when left with the bank and not checked upon for a period of six months or more OFFICERS ashierI n1IQntrwctC Cincinnati Lexington Chattanooga Asheville Charleston tKnoxville Atlanta Jacksonville Birmingham New Orleans Shreveport and Texas Points IFOIIHFORYATIOH EYe 89 E Main St exington Ky VTtAi QARRinT Gen Mgr W C RINEARSON ton Pass A t 1 t To Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tom La MOkmVMKsoMiBK i Mta signature 11 ri Ore Grip 1in Two Days on every box25c r F a MT VERNON SIGNAL MT VKUNON KY JULY 21 1905 l Z9Coil up No 70 when want to Comrnunl cute vviUi SIGNAL 791 i oQ a TIME TABL- Et north 124 p m 24 north 332 a m jff 23 south 124 p iv 21 South 1236 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postnflioe as jon class mail mutter PERSONAL Dr Myers returned home last AG Lovell is slightly im proved Jack Adams is with homefolks for a few days Vic Tate was home from Chester Tenn Sunday Minor Fish has returned from San Antonio Tex K B Cox was in Louisville first I of the week buying goods McKenzie Brown is visiting his grandparents at Lancaster Several went from here to attend the Crab Orchard fair yesterday Mrs R It Mullins visited rela tires in Livingston first of the week Morris Brown keeps moving farther Vest He is now at Col ton UtahIMr and Mrs J W Baker drove up from Lit ingston Sunday and spent the dayjMiss Ann Baker is spending the BaRker and familytMisses Reca Baker Fa n n y Sparks and Alza Thompson are visiting in Middlesborot S C Franklin has been confined to his rocm for several days withI something like arreidicits Miss Margaret McClary has been spending several days in the counc try with her cousin Miss Eva Fish Rev ano4rs Baxter have reot turned from suHrisit of severs weeks E to relatives at Pittsburg and London An infant child of Charley Flerch der asburied here Wednesday It was born Tuesday and died the same day Miss Ellplin has returned to her home after a pleasant visit with her brother and friends here Somerset Journal We are glad to see our good friend Wm Price who has been suffering from an attack of rheu matism very much improved MrsWL Richards and chil dren will leave next week for anI extended visit to relatives in Indi anapolis Ind and Warsaw Ky Jeff Pennington is thinking of going back on the road with the bridge Carpenters in which case be will move his family to Knox vine Mr H S Brannaman was here Monday and told us that his son Jim who was so badly injured by the train some time ago is improve ing nicely Mrs Willis Adams and daughters Misses Ida May and Elizabeth took in the Lancaster fair Friday Misss Ida play is with relatives at Wilton now Mr Miller a brotherin law of E T Wheelers will be in charge of the handle factory for the next several weeks during Mr Wheel absenceOur in last issue that Attorney B J Eethurum was visit ing in Knoxville was very much in error as he was there under treatment of a specialist Mrs Mollie Miller has rented a house in Indianapolis and will run a boarding house Mrs Carter will go and stay with her as soon as she gets things in runnin order R E Brooks came up Saturday totake his wife home from the Pennington infirmary He is loud in his praise of the kindness and skill of Drs Pennington and Giv ens Laurel County Local Judge and Boyd Morrow left Friday for a mouths stay atHot Springs N CCharles Davis of Mt Vernon has accepted aposi Lrlion as prescription clerkat W t Tibbals =Somerset journal c i Mrs Albert Crutch eld of Cum berland Gap Pena is visiting hei brother S W Davis ofithe New Mason IlotelCentral Record LOCAL The Madison County Fair next week The Brodhead Fair catalogues are ready for distribution If you want to hue or sell Rock castle real estate see the Rockcas tIe Real Estate Co Rev J W Baxter requests us to announce that the Sunday school at the Presbyterian church will be resumed Sunday at the usual hot- iNorrcuAll parties owing us will be sued if a settlement is not made by July 25th CHENAULT EVANS juli42t Orlando Ky Mrs Dowell the mother of Wm and Raymond Dowell died at a ripe old age last Friday The burial took place Saturday in the family burying ground FOR SALE Country store and stock of goods in Madison county Good locationfarmingsectin Address Dr I HARRY HENDREN July 7 41 Johnetta Ky TAKEN UrAt my place two ewes and vo lambs Owner can have same by proving sheep and paying J CATRON jul 21 3t Level Green Ky NOTICE Alf who know themselves indebted to me will please call in and settle their account I need the money or I would not have made this call jul2i3t Respectfully JONAS McKENZIE The manager of the Wildie rock quarry recently opened was here yesterday to see Rep W A B Davis to have the stone from that quarry recommended to the State Capitol Commission for use in the new capitol building MILLINERY SALE We offer for sale our entire stock goods consisting of Ladies Misses and Childrens Hats Notions and Ladies Ready ma Skirts at cost We have the goods you want and willmake the prices to suit Now J is your chance to get a new duck hat for the fair or a nice trimmed hat Dont fail to give us a call PURCELL SlSTfcKS lljul 21 If Brodhead Ky The U S Department of Agriculture has just issued an interest ing bulletin which explodes the old story that cabbage snake worms or hair worms are poisonous and when eaten in cooked cabbage are the cause ot death Rumors of persons being poisoned by eating cabbage affected by this hair worm were magnified untila genuine scare pervaded the ranks of cabbage eaters all over the State The result was that the cabbage paralyiedIthe falling off of custom was the severest blow the truck gardeners of the State ever experienced The department agriculture after a long series of experiments in feed ing the cabbage snake worms raw and cooked rabbits guina pigs and other animals and injecting the juice of the worms hypodermically declares that none of the reports have any foundation in fact and that the worms are perfectly harm lessEx It is the duty of every Rockastle citizen to lend his assistance to any and every enterprise started in the county The Rockcabtle Coun ty Fair is a county institution which has materially in the past benefited the county in many ways andwill be a greater benefit in the future if the citizens of the county will only lend their influence to make it a success Because it is not the equal of some fairs held in the rich blue grass counties is no reason why our citizens should not reasongwhy many who have been contin ually throwing cold water on it ever since it started should come to a halt One of the greatesrdraw backs to our county is lack of in terest jn those things which will help the county The premiums offiered this year are exceedingly tbingconsideredtfe r a success PPIIPPP1 The BrqdHeail Fair Aug 16 17 and 18 C G Henderson began this morning boreinga water nell for S B Rauisev One of the attractions ofv the Brodhead fair will be a ballootr as cension and parachute leap each day by a lady We acknowledge receipt ofa complimentary tJ the Somerset Fair which will take place August 29 30 31 and Sept ist The Crab Orchard Masons wi lay the cornerstone for their hand some new lodge rooms on July 25 at 330 J I Drew the Cooksourg merchant has gone to the wall We have not been able to learn the exact amount of his liabilities but we understand from reliable source that he will be able to pay only a very small per cent to the dollarI Mr Hiram Lay age about 65 of Pine Hill was taken very sick while eating his dinner and for several hours was a raving maniac It is thought to have been caused by dropping a small amount of catarrhmedicine in his ear We are glad to report him much better at this time Mrs Annie Smith who used to be Miss Annie Hysinger and Mr George Rogers a widower andwell to do farmer of near Wallaceton Madison county were married yesterday afternoon at the home of Mr and Mrs J W Parsons Rev C Carmical officiating They left on the 124 train for their new home Only three committeemen out of eleven responded to the call of the chairman to meet in Mt Vernon on last Tuesday Those present were W M Poynter W Mt Vernon R P Norton E Mt Ver non and W M IinviHe Scaffold Cane What is the matter with the Rockcastle democrats are they asleep gone dead or what The comminittee adjourned to meet in Mt Vernon on Friday July 28th arid we want to urge every committeeman especially in the county to be present HANSEICOIYKR Elbert Han sel L N fireman and a son of Mr and Mrs Z T Halsel of this place and Miss Jalia Colyer daughter of Judge and Mrs P D Colyer were married at 8 oclock last evening at the home of Rev Cr Carmical the officiating min isterand left on the earlyruorning train for Lebanon Junction where they will make their home Only few close friends and relatives witnessed the ceremony May the union of this splendid young couple be one of endless joy and happiness and may their efforts through life be crowned with success RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT o Oversight Brodhead Lodge Nq jG6 F A M Brodhead Ky Dec 20 1905 Vhereas Death has invaded our lodge and taken our esteemed brother W B Sabers a past mas ter and one of the oldest and most honored members on November 16th 1904 in the eightythird year ot his age he having been a Mason for about sixty years Resolved That we tender the peed ones of our departed brother our sympathy and consolation and commend them to Him who has promised to he a precious help in time of trouble Resolved That these resolutions publishedinthe Mt Vernon Signal and a copy be sent to the family of our deceased brother R CASS 1T F WATSON ROBINS Com RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT o 566FBrodhead Ky July 17 1905 Whereas Our Heavenly Father in His infinite wisdom has seen fit to call from us our beloved brother A K McClary to that Celestial Lodge above on July 10 1905 Therefore be Resolved itIcraft has lost homeakind and loving father the community an honorable upright citizen Resolved That we bow with meekness to the wilt of Him who doeth all things well and that copy of these resolutions be sent the family a copy to the Masonic Home Journal and Mt Vernon Sig pagei1oursame W E GRAVELY Wm FRANCISCO JOHN ROBINS 1 Cotu J f RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT 0 Whereas On June 6 1905 the the Supreme Architect of the Uni verse has called from labor here to refreshment in the great beyond brother J H Albright Resolved That tl e members of Brodhead Lodge No 566 F A 1L extend their heart felt sympaj thy to the bereaved family believing that our mutual loss is his gain Resolved That these resolu tions be spread on our records published in the Masonic Home Journal and Mt Vernon Signal and a cope sent to the family of our de ceased brother W E GRAVELY Wm FRANCISCGt Com Lf11NIx5ION- Dad Orndorff is visiting Mr and Mrs J C Hocker at La Fol lette 1ennSamlIagee of La Follette spent Sunday and Mon day with Mr and Mrs W C Mul lins and is now visiting his moth er Mrs Kate Magee at Crab Orchard Mr and Mrs Reuben Mullins of Mt Vrnon were the guests of Mr and Mrs Jerome Adams Saturday and Sunday Mrs C O McKenney and children who were the guests of Mrs E L Cockrell has returned to Lebanon Junction Mrs H D Magee is visiting her sister Mrs R A Sparks at High Cliff Tenn Miss Lizzie Fishback returned home Monday after an extended visit with relatives at Lexington and Moreland Mrs Bert Whitehead returned home from Garrard county Monday The pay car pass eel through Wednesday afternoon Ed woodall returned from Lebanon Junction Wednesday Mrs J S Cooper visited the Caldwelland Dillioti famllieso at London the first of the weekRice Walton visited his uncles James and Noel Parsons at Wildie last weekThere will be services at the Baptist church Sunday morn ng and evening Everybody cor dially invited Chas Wells Has opened up the Eight Gables Hotel restaurant Mrs E S Elmore and children Lewis Menifee Katie Lee and Josephine visited Mrs Harlan Carrier at Louisville last week Mesdames Roller and Aus tridtch of Louisville were the guests of Dr J S and Mrs Cooper last weekMrs Egbert Ha es has been quite sick this week W C Mullins returned from La Follette Sunday morning Mrs L 11 Westerfield andchildren have returned from StanfordMrs- Frank Klutz of Brush Creek is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Henry Burton Misses Geor gia and Mattie McFerrou attended the funeral of their uncle James Lucy at East Bernstadt Wednes dayMiss Lida Cook has been very sick since her return front Winchester but is improving Mrs Lambkins daughter of J T Chewning is very low with typhoid feverThe postoffice has been moved into the J C Rocker build ingDr J S Cooper was called to Hazel Patch Wednesday Mr and Mrs Dave Downs are visiting relatives in Louisville John A Mullins of Corbin spent several days with folks at home last fAr i 1 Bald Scalp shiny and thin Then its probably too late You neglected dandruff If you had only taken our advice you would have cured tkfr Vigor the dandruff saved your hair and added much to ft IF p not entirely bald now is your opportunity Improve it have used ers ltnlryleor rnr over eoleoKrowthtlrelr to VIeorSins Belleville a bottle J AllflrnreUts =forLnwelt Good Hair furniture suitst fold matressesssprings s racks tables chairs rockers car wallpetspaper and ever thing kept in a firstclass furniture store We pay freight to your depot aTRIBDLE PENCE may ig tf Stanford Ky Ir US13 t ca cn 0 = MARKS yTiX 1 Boots Shoes Rubbers t ICestleastWear l 9 C P JGC X lG J lo UREATISa1e = jih = rf of u- Having decided to go West we now offer f for sale our entire stock of Dry Goods Clothe I ink Shoes etc at ACTUAL COST for CASH come one andall and take advantage of thisli great opportunity of supplying your wants atlB prices you will never have again AWe have everything that you will find inaK f firstclass uptodate store So come and be ti E convinced that what we say is true 1i J f W ro T K have the Goods you want mel arc making the price to snit v7 KiYriyJvxv yV vegeItables saves your canned or uncanued fruits fruit juices andvegetables Raw or cooked fruits allretaining natural flavor Corn and beans look and taste as though just from cob or vine Certificate and book full directions wit6 packets com pound fori by Mrs 11 11 Maret agent Mt Vernon Ky who has used the compound during three years and fully recommends tt CASTOR IAFor Infants and Children the Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature s of GNU n FORCED TO STARVE B F Leek of Concord Ky says Foa 20 years I suffered agonies with a sore on my upper hp 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 Vernop Drug Co Only 25c- It is said that suits for account ings will be filed against the old Board of Directors of the Equitable Life Assurance Society It migbt be worth money to know which side of the copper market those doctors are on who got a look inside of Senator Clarks tread the other day GOOD FOR STOMACH THOUISLK AND CONSTIPATION Chamberlains 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 are not unpleasant and I can recom mend them to all who suffer from stomach disorders For sale all druggists byi A allleedhers dl styles j 1 This one Is =Despite the casualuy reports the supply of Russian office sst11111 pea to exceed the de mand F HOUK ADAMS f fr tnt t11n1ftttntt1tn Willis Griffin PRACTICAL UNDERTAKER FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Stock Complete Can furnish on short no g ticc Metalic Collins and Caskets and have Embalming = done Line IIearse attached ORDERS by wire Promptly Filled g 6tJMaummimmm lil HHHH1U1H1Hll1HHUH1HHIHHHHU The YEllOW Front THE OLD RELIABLE BEST DRUGSTORE THE COUNTY Cheapest Drugs Anywhere Charge for Prescriptions Childrens Diseases a Specialty All come for fair treatment ProprPHONE iEfi I Brodhead Ky o ELEGANTI iI 350 seek f s I = JI OASTOE1XABe- Lrl tho Its Eignaturt n1 t11tt1 A AND w i== Vernon Ky ris M i Hlnl IN No v COMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets and RobesW All Mail or Tele ifphoneFilled oc SHOE lif v I ISr WITH THXHA5ACTER 0 MAKERS MAN Sold by rF Krueger Sons MT VERNOX KKNTUKKY lIIot C W A whole lot of convicts in Russia will be glad if Japan manages to bold Sakhalin It will at least in sure their not being sent there y f s r KIDNEY DISEASES OF When the Kidneys fail to perform their functions properly by not straining out the poison ous waste matter from the blood as it passes through them the poisons are carried by the circulation to every part of the body deranging the different organs This causes heart trouble stomach trouble sluggish liver and a host of other ills all due to deranged Kidneys FoiiYSffiDEYCUREcorrects irregularities and cures Kidney and Bladder diseases in every form tones up the CURED OF DRIGHTS DISEASE Robert 0 nurke Elnom N writes am glad to have an oppor aOj have had from using FOLEYS KIDNEY Ibegancit had to get up from to could see one of my family with dropsy and my eyesight was so impairedIhat scarcely across the room In badly used up that had given up hope of living when tiyWt KIDNEY CURE Onesocent bottle worked ders was urged by a friend to and before had taken the third bottle the superfluous flesh had gone as well as all other symptoms cf Kidney trouble My friends were surprised that I was cured as they all thought was gotag to die Every few days some ore comes from miles away to lesn the name of the wonderful medicine that cured me of Drights Disease and not one that has tried it has failed to benelittd Two Sizes 50 Cents and 100 t J I SOLD AND REGQMEiEHBEB BY MT VERNON CO KENTUCKY FAIR DATES i The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1905 as far as reported Brodhead August 163 days Lberty Aug 103 day Columbia Aug 224 days London August 243 days Houstonville July 263 days Madisonville Aug r5 days Danville Aug 23 days Harrodsburg Aug S4 days Fern Creek Aug ISIdays Sheperdsville Aug 154 days Lawrenceburg Aug 154 days Yaucehurg Aug 164days Guthrie Aug Ij3 days Shelbyville Aug 224 days Springfield Aug 23J days Nicholasville Aug 29 3 days Bardstown Aug 304 days Somerset Aug 294 days Florence Aug 304 days KHzahethtown Sept 53 day Glasgow Sept 134 days The Kentucky State Fair Lex ington September l86 days Henderson Sept 266 days Falmouth Sept 2j4 days Owensboro October 105 days 7 38 Dollars n P rC I ifr s a AND THE N RTH WESTn PK03I LOUISVILLE THE Henderson Routen rCORRESPONDING Low rate to Washington Oregon Utah Montana and all intermediate points rar Tickets on sale daily up to and including May 15 1905 fXir Also SPECIAL HOMESEEKERS Hates to the West and South west on certain dates tffir If you contemplate a tripask us for rates If you would travel in comfort see that your ticketreadsover HENDER SON ROUTE between Louisville and St Louis SSF Free reclining chair cars on all ofour St Louis trains Direct connections in St Louis Union Station with all lines to the West and Southwest L J Agt- LOUISVILLE KY Indigestion Cause of the StomachFor many years it has been supposed Catarrh of the Stomach caused Indgestio- and dyspepsia but the truth is exactly the opposite Indigestion causes catarrh peated attacks of Indigestion Inflames the mucous membranes lining the stomach and exposes the nerves cf the stomach thus caus tag the glands to secrete mucin Instead the Juices of natural digestion Thft la called Catarrh of the Stomach Kodol Dyspepsia Curere- lieves all Inflammation of the mucou- membranes lining the stomach protects th nerves and cures bad breath sour risings a sense of fullness after eating indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles Kodol Digests What You Eat- Make the Stomach Sweet ionlr Reeulir 00 2H the trial site sells cents Prepared by DWITT 8 Ohlcac II FOR SALE BY MT VERNON DRUG CO fotmHONJlYAKDTAR fff elWdren safe cure Jl piatea i Prof Joseph Leviof Milan Italy the discoverer cf the iodine cure of tuberculosis in discussing his new method said It is awell known fact that iodine can imme diately convert itself into vaccine and become a virus of the most active land deadly kind It fol lows from this that person affected with tuberculosis becomes capaple ofmaking by himself and in him self his own curative serum ready for healing purposes when this io dine can circulate integrally in the blood It is precisely this which I have obtained by my new meth od TO CONSUMPTIVES The iiiidersiaiieil having been restored to health by simple means after suffering for several ye IK with a severe lung alfeotion mill that dread disease anxious to make known to fellow isI ers the means ef cure To those who it a1opa sure cure nilssufferers will ry his remedy as it is inval uable hose desiring the prescription which will cost them nothing and may trove a blessing will please address REV WlLoX Brooklyn New York mar 3 05 1yr Ten persons died from heat in New York and as many more in Chicago To make matters worse in New York six hundred icemen have gone on a strike oA S1 eABears fLO thec2 ISettlers RATES TO POINTS IN THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST VIA COTTON BELT ROUTE On first and third Tuesdays of each month round trip tickets will be sold to points in Arkansas Louisiana Texas and other Western territory at a rate of one fare plus 2 Stopovers allowed on the going trip 21 days in which to re turnCotton Belt Route trains leave Memphis morning and evening making connection with all lines and carry sleepers chair cars and parlor cafe cars Write in for literature describing the country for maps time table and information about rates etc L 0 SCHAEFER T P A COTTON BELT ROUTE CINCINNATI OHIO 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 seemednve my I became weak and lost my vital ity In three weeks I lost fourteen j pounds of flesh and felt that I must myfiCardui praised by several cf my 5 friends I sent for a bottle and was certainly very pleased with the results Within three days my stomacheme no more digest my food without difficulty graduallydiminished her functions without difficulty 5 andswell woman iOLIVE JOSEPH 7ImuJantl1 fight Club Secure a Dollar Bottle of Wine of Cardui Today i r r CAUSE ONETHIRD THE TOTAL DEATHS whole system and the diseases that have resulted from disordered Kidneys disappear because the cause has been removed Com mence taking FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE at the first sign of danger Do not risk having Brights Disease or Diabetes DRUG Catarrh KjtNTicicY STOOD WELL Ui The report of the Auditor for the War Department shows that only ten States in the Union spent more in the equipment of troops for the SpanishAmerican war than Kentucky The Bluegrass State spent 196 oro for that purpose 124 500 of which has been paid back to the State The Government disal lowed claims amounting to 67500 Only seven States had more claims disallowed than Kentucky The heaviest rejection of claims fell to the r New York there being rejections to the amount of 297 000 in her case Out of 23000 spent Alabama had onlj 15 cents disallowed which is far and away the best showing of any of the States More than half of the vouchers presented by Virginia authorities were disallowed which is the worst showing ofall the States Virginia expended less relatively than any other Sate in the Union in the equipment of troops her entire claim against the Government being slightly less than 2200 On the other hand Rhode Island spent mbre propor tionately than ony other State her bill against the Government amounting to 214000 OVER NINETEEN HOURS SAVED TO MEXICO By the superb double daily service over the Iron Mountain Route and its connections the shortest and quickest line fiom St Louis to City of Mexico through San Anto nio and Laredo Through Pullman sleepers daily leaving St Louis 221 p m and 820 p m Elegant Dining Car seivire 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 or address R T Matthews T P A Iron Mountain Route Room 301 Norton Bldg Louisville K- yFarm For Sale One 150 acre tract of land on the waters of Crooked creek Oie dwell inr house timber and coal The farm cheapForD G CLARK jul14 tf Orlando Ky TO THE WEST SOUTHWEST CALIFORNIA ETC Best reached via Missouri Pacifi Railway or Iron Mountain Route from St Louis Cairo or Memphis greatly reduced Oneway Colonist rates on February 21 March 21 1905 to Arkansas Texas Indian and Oklahoma Territories and numerous points in other Western States Great opportunity for th homeseeker or investor Home seeker round trip tickets on sale every first and third Tuesdays of each month limited 21 days Lands are cheap rates arc low Cheap round trip rates now in effect to winter resorts of the West and Southwest Liberal limits and stop over privileges Daily through Standard Pullman sleepers from St Louis via Missiuri Pacific Railway or Iron Mountain Route also per slepersTuesday changeDescriptive etc furnished free For particu lars rates etc consult nearest Ticket Agent or address R T G SotNortonHOW TO GO TO CALIFORNIA Travel yin the Chicago Union Pacific NorthWestern Line Two fast through trains per day The Overland Limited electric lighted less than three days en route The California Express through service to San Francisco Los Angeles and Portland The best of everything Full particu tars on application to W B Knis kern P T M C NW Ry Chicago IU a UP IN BREATHITT I was not at all surprised when I read the Enquirer story of the action of County Prosecutor Blan ton of Breathitt county Ky i nfallshaking his fist under the nose Judge James Hargis and B F French and denouncing them said W S Peck at the Dennison a few days ago I have lumber interests in Magoffin county which adjoins Breathitt and I know Mr Blanton very well He is a man of Herculean build with a massive heal and is the possessor of consjd erable gameness During the former fued trials Blanton had bu little to say but he certaainly spoke to the point when necessary is e a rich character and if one of the characters of one of the mountain stories of John Fox was toj step from one of the pages he could be no truer to life in that territory than Blanton Incidentally a good story is told of the old Prosecutor He appeared for the Common wealth against a young man who had coin mi ted the grievous sin of stealing a cow He was defended by Mr Pollard a clever lawyer an accomplished gentleman His address was a rhetorical gem and several of the jurors were reduced to tears By the way Judge James Hargis alleged feud leader was on the bench Blanton arose and said You Honah A have listened toh the impassioned plea of mah distinguished colleague an he has suttinly waded through the English grammar from A to Izzard He done come from the Blue Grass Region of Jessamine county where the Johnny jumpup lifts its tendab head above the lowly dogfennel Ah comes from deah of Breathitt whose sunkissed hills sapare bathed with the perfume of the rhododendron and the cliuiin rose Ah never rubbed mah against a college building toh acquiah an ucation but Ah positive sah Ah will git full jestice hefoh sech an honorable sech a loyal sech a generous and sech an unchaste Jedge as yourself sah Hargis appreciated the situation and Mr Blanton won his case Judge Hargis tells the story with considerable relishCincinnati En qufrerWhen the President gets through with the peace conferrence the Panama canal the Agricultural Department the Postoffice promis isehaving a nice restful vacation this summerIt thiway When I need spectacles I go to Franklin at Mt Vernon and have my eyes tested iud he does it right When they need changing he does it free of charge He also keeps sewing machine needlesforall machines oil belts c Repairs your spectacles when broken your watches and clocks wjien they dont run J tin 3a tf TOGO P1 i LAND STOCK AND U1tOPt Warren Dennis of Scott shipped a car kadof lambs forwhich he received 3 85 for tops W M Jones ot North Middletown bought last week 255 ewes and lambs at 371 Buyers are pay ing one dollar per bushel inn wheat in Woodlord and ninety five cents is being paid in scott Winchester DemocratIIt announced by the coinmi stoner of Agriculture Unit the rail roads will leaked to furnish free of charge equipmens and crews for the lfsilfa and corn special train to be run over the State for the farmIerstrain will be the inculcation of the profits and beauties of corn and alfalfa planting into the agricultural mindThere is a strong demand for Kentucky mules and prices are high Good sixteen hand mules bring 175 to 200 15J4 hands 150 to 175 15 hands 125 to 140 I4hand 100 to 125 14 hands 90 to 100 A CourierJournal correspondent from Lexington says From sam pes of wheat exhibited here by several farmers of this county it was shown t hat serious loss has re sultedowing to thecontinued rains of the past three weeks George D Karsner one ol the best known farmers in the county residing on Clays Mill road said that from reports he had heard from farmers in his section of the county that from two to five bundles of wheat to each shock had sprouted because of delay in threshing and in support of his statement Mr Karsner had several bundles which he exhibited showing how great damage had been to his wheat and that of his neighbors Mr Kars ner said that not more than oneI- fifth of the wheat had been threshed in the county and on many farms throughout the county idle threshers could be seen Toe President informs us that the Chinese boyco t as touched the conscience of Ainer cans We always suspected th t the mirfcan carried his conscience in his poc et and here is a proof of it CHAMBERLAINS COLIC CHOLERA AND DlARRHtEA R1SIClliTHTB- EST IN EXISTENCE iTM Wood manager of the White County News Beebe Ark is a representative southern busi ness man who does not hesitate in expressing his good opinion of a well known remedy He slys It gives me pleasure to recommend Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy having used it myself and in my family with the todexhistence Sold by all druggists FILL THIS AND MAIL IT a- a r v 1f itRD t IIlli1 Wi t t Promotes csltonChecrfur NOT i s x oFt S41lELPfXanIiIefzrnuaa rownskrdsie IacQvMrc lliradid trtfUiHltiJfl ti cl Remedy forConslipa i eIl Facsimile Signature r oiI rI3 C McCLARY UndertakerI Complete LINE of Caskets Robes c Orders by Telephone attend Icdpromptly Ky W M Francisco MONUMENTAL WORKS Brodbead Ky Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones ALL WORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVEN OASTOnXABean Signatci of ctIJWhen you want a pleasant laxs tive that is easy to take and certain to act use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by all Druggists CEQTflBIA For Infants and Children l Tie Kind You Have i Always fought Bears the Signature of- X11 t7aUse I Jr Fsr Over I Thirty Years nj crrt C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY I OFFICE On 2nd floor o The Batik of M t Vernon on Church givenIIM = M Y ERS DentistMt f FirstClass Work j OFFICEAt residence on Cld Main St known as the C C Williams residence PHONE No 73 Will be in office at BRODHEAD every MONDAY noon till Tuesday noonTO COLIf IN Take LAxATINR BROMO QUI NINE Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure H W Groves signature is on each box 2CtS 1RCures Colds Prfvonts CALIFORNIAwhere labor is never oppressed by stress of weather and where animal is never lost by mere conflict with cold Do you want to live in a region where the resources are more varied than in any other equal area in the world where the division of great ranches affords a fine opportunity to get a small farm that will assure you a competence Do you want to live where with a minimum of labor you can grow profitable crops of grapes and small fruit oranges lemons olives prunes and almonds alfalfa and grain where crops are sure business is good and capital easily finds profitable investment Then go to California where both health and opportunity await your The Chicago Union Pacific and NorthWestern Line is the most direct route to the Pacific Coast and there are two fast through trains daily via this line over the famous double track railway between Chicago and the Missouri River Special low roundtrip rates are in effect via this line throughout the summer to various Pacific Coast points and September to make the trip at a minimum of expense Daily and personally conducted excursions are operated through to San Francisco Los Angeles and Portland without change on which a double berth in a Pullman tourist sleeping car from Chicago costs only 700 via the Chicago NorthWestern Union Pacific and v Southern Pacific Railways IN COUPON TODAY 5t NARCOTIC WRAPPERr L vitality coming w n KNISKERN P T tc NW Ry Chicago Please mail to my address California booklets maps and fun particulars concerning rates and train service r r tr