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Digital page images are linked to the text file. n = Published Every Friday II VOLUME XVIII MT VEKKON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY JULY 28 1905 NUMBER 44 t r r Ue o Have MnyTimes Thouorhf I w t m Low enormous our trade would 1e providing all the people really knew what an uptodate stock we carryand how very cheap we sell theme CLOSING OUT anytconcern that advertises at cost dune is the month of BRIDES and BARGAINS but what we want to talk about is Bakers Bargains SAMPLE SHOES Our great sale of incus and ladies sample shoes still continues Prices nt least 25 per cent les than Manufacturers east Mens HatsIVse have to ciiVr n its 2f 1 cO 1111 75 hats at the asi iutssunlshlulyPr tiijg great sale you may never see anything Ji like it again Sample Clothing 200 boys and 200 mens suits at loss than cost to make Ve bought these suits at a birge sample sale anti fall positively sell you clothing at about one halt the VT regular imeo Mens suits start as low IS 2 Boys suits as low as Too I Best Calicoes iSJCOO yards of Allen best calicoes rind i percales while they last nt4cts a yard Full bolts new patterns uptodate calicoes We hope our lady customers will conic early and take advantage of this heretofore unheard of price SummersVe will ofTirr ll the new things iii summer Dress gOd ds at iibout onehalt the regular price These goolst of couiWe have to be seen to be appreciated If we uscdall the space iu this y ilye couldnot begin tortell you all the bargains we have tb offer Come earlyand get choice selections Best calico at 4 cents a yard What do you think of T t c U w j litt leet111tl iRnll =I HOT SPRING N C i We are taught never to get wea ry in welldoing that the crown is to the faithful that perseverance will insure success and many simi lar lessons of sticktoative ness and Im sticking like a leach tho Im not on a bed of roses by any means for they fe dme on drv food make me drink gallons of water without thirst doe me withI physic with an awful uameDrsI do have some names that give us a nighthoss when thought of even in sleep then Judge Morrowand I are trying to leave off tobacco this by itself will destroy the hapl pines of any man then an app tite calling for beans taters maters barn beef c Sc but we get none of them but what little that is left of me is full of hope and I promise myself that when I get to Bltsys house well have a feast of the fat of eartha thousand flies levy tribute on me and some of the nights make me feel like I were in bath while others would chill a Japfor11poundsbrays like Ott Browns mule but he never surrenders Ah sir Russia had as well to to drink the IIpcoplewill conquer them Then it rains and pours once twice or oftener in 24 hours and lightning flash and thunders roar and the republicans control the whole county and would run the political machine of the State if they could These are a few the unpleasant things we meet ofI the wet end of the old State I think of going to Ken tucky in two weeks if sufficiently improved no Im not homesick but it is very natural for us to love home and desire to be there and well wellLet down the curtain for all that a man hath would be given for health though but one thing is necessary and many close wisely So let us strive to do like wise I will say to my S S H friend that I arrived hee with an impair cdmemory and a befuddled brain iiid am not able to enlighten him as no douht he deserves and being no musician I am not competent even if my head was right though will run off a few facts as recorded and some of my opinions as tards the origin of that wonderful rjWeooth sang and whistled sang o Cain and Able of sleepless nights vvhen their little stomachs hurt em whistled when be went to drive up old Brindle to the milk gap learned one note in high tenor from the lark and one in low base Jrom the bullfrog and In little boys grew and waxed fat and they soon made fi es of Mother Eves goose quills flutes of willow bark and bugles of the stem of the pumpkin leaf and they blew on these single noted instruments while the par ents sang Then it came to pas that Tu al Cain the 9th Iron Adam manufactured the harp the cymbal and lots of other insult meuts in his shop and in that like it is in everything else necessity is the mother of invention So tunes multiplied musicians grew and to harp cymbal and trumpet were added the viol organ psaltery sackbutt and variou others Ve soon hear moses and his sisters singing the song of deliver ance as they parch in front of Israel in the wilderness but the most prominent of ancient times in both vocal and instrumental music was David the sweet singer of Is rael He was also a poet of the onlysanslinn nnd thanksgivings to God aud taught the Jews to not only sing but to praise thef Lord on the harp viol organ an all kinds ot instruments but a as a lot of Campbellites annulled the ilhst part and leave the organ and piano at home or make them hold their peace in church The apostle taught the early disciples to sing Psalms hymns and spiritual songs with the spirit and understanding making melody in their hearts to the Lord and those who sing now must do likewise To sing with 1realizeknow how to sing according to Hoyle or Gunter but you must know the full meaning of the lan guage and thoughts conveyed or intended to be conveyed ami pour out the whole soul in glorious melody to God otherwise I fear your singing will not be what they should be Say do you have any of the unconverted in your classes Ifs is this right BUCK VARNON IIt might be notedright now that- Russia is making good her promise to the powers to retire from Manchuria y 141ViNUST0NC- larence Elmore CorbinlspentPennington operator at Sinks is visiting relatives in East Berustadt and London John Magee of Lancaster was the guest Saturday AdamsIilast week Miss Edith Cress turned home from Maretburg Mon dayEugene Orndotff of Newark is visiting Mr and Mrs J R Orndorff Mrs Harry Magee returned acIcornpanieditiaueriield Rev Coker of Madi seniceIat Baptist Sunday morn ing and evening WelcomeE S Elmore ofKuoxville is at home this week Mrs W C Mul Ins and children Willie Edith and visitingMrs i tyHiss Lida Cook is at the Infirmary at London and is some betterrvr Will Ward and Mis Ella Stanley were in Stanford one duty last weekMr and Mrs W Merimee and chilnreu are at ij Orchard Springs for a weeks T vacation Walter Rice fireman on the S N Diision fell off his engine Gcthsemane one day last upHeLebanon but is now at home with his parents Mr and Mrs Charley RtceMiss Celia Mink js visiting her brother Robert Mink at Lebanon Junction Miss Agnes Hen derson of Paint Lick is the guest of Mrs E L Cockrell Mrs Lawrence Dickison aud Earl of Cov ington are guests of Mrs John S Cooper Mrs Henry Browning and Json Walter returned from Crab Orchard Monday1I is s Anna Fishback returned hone Tuesday after an extended visit with Mrs J E Davis at Knoxville TeunThe little infant of Mr and Mrs Fordyce died Sunday morning and was buried in the Ward cemetery Sunday afternoon Mrs J E Davhof Knoxville Teun is the guest of her sister Mrs E L CockrellMrs John Howell and baby Gertrude are at Lebanon Junction John IL Cater Sr died Saturday morning July 22nd of paralj is aged about 78 years Mr Carter was horn in Sumpter county Tennessee He had made his home for the last six years with his son John R and family of this place had been a member of the Baptist Church for thirty five year Grand Pa Carter was a grandold man and will be greatlv missed in his home circle He leaves two sons Wm Carter of Nashville Tenn and John R Carter Jr of this place The remains were taken to Nashville for burial accompany ied by the family and Mrs Thos Farley BENT HER DOUBLE 11 knew no one for four weeks when was sick with typhoid and kidney trouble writes Mrs Annie Hunter of Pittsburg Pa and when I got better although I had one of the best doctors I could get- I wast bent double and had ta rest my hands cn my knees when I walked From this terrible afflic tion I was rescued by Electric Bit ters which restored my health and strength and now I can walk as straight as ever They are simply wonderful Guaranteed to cure stomach liver and kidney disorders at Mt Vernon Drug Co price 50C At Cheybogan Mich is the largest sawdust pile in the world and strangers often walk out to gaze with astonisiment its par portions It is a veritable hill i 080 feet long 875 wide 3 625 in circumference ranges from 20 to 50 feet in height and covers 12 acres of ground Tt is the accumulation of one lumber company since 1877 Early in its history the company tried to burn the ple but the outside only would burn the flames refused to penetrate t he closely packednterior THE DIAMOND CURE The latest news from Paris is that they have discovered a dia mond cure for consumption If you fear consumption or pneumo nia it will however be best for you to take that great remedy mentioned by W T McGee of Van leer Tenn I had a cough for fourteen years Nothing helped me until I took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and CoWs which gave instant re lief and effected a permanent cure Unequalled quick cure for MtoVernon Drug Cos drugstore price soc andr guaranteed Trial bot tles free tMr Carnegie says that wealth cannot purchase happiness He does not act much like a misan thrope though 4 i= ait=snem l j A BARGAIN SALE iIBa W jj JpricesGood Calicos 4c per yd Scotch Lawns 4c Organdies 8c Silk Chiffons 25c now 20c v Mohair Lusters 20c II 15cII Suitings 15eII tOeII Canvass Back Ducks In Light Colors Polka Dots Sc i Lace Curtains 4ac to tit Dont forget we sellou a good IWOP HEAD SEWING MA CHINE for ta5 p f will when these closed outfirst first served tl gOUIl IOTTOGood Goods v at Lowest Prices fair treatment 0 to all Ready 7ac 50c ues 25c 25c 35e are all rll adadO lrmu jjl I m the OP- d interest on all of when not heck for period of J W Cashier m BB B 2iB CHOLERAINFANTUM Child not expected to live one to another but cured by Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Ruth the daughter of E N Dewey of Va was seriously ill of cholera infantum last her up and did not her to live one to another he says happened to think of Chamber lain s Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and got a bottle of store In five hours saw a change for the better We kept on givingit and she had taken half of one small bottle she was well remedy is sold by all druggists Senator Stone denounced Tom Lawson a fake Anybody going to contradict the gentlman from Missouri Ladies toWear Hats each Mens Straw Hats to Val Sale price 25c to 7ac Boys Straw Hats 8c to 20c Sailors toroc Values Sale price 15c to each BoysPants pairBoysgood pair 7H Established 1887 JIv UL the the SAYERS opened Monday thirtythree in tendance of pu in our can beat thatTlte opened Monday of had intended to the wife of Williams Among attending the Orchard fair last were Harvey Sayers and humble ser vantRev hisregu lar at Freedom day and Sunday also delivered an interesting at our Sunday afternoon has returned Mrs W informs we are entirely mis W H of section but Lot Ladies and Slippers 51 to price 65c R and Oxfords ito 2aO Iprice 75c to 90e pro- Mises aud Childrens and Oxfords Sale JOe to pr fail to see our Countersa This Sale bargains come a 3 THOS CHERRY BRODHEAD KENTUCKY Jt rL c SEEKERS TRADE CENIZjJJLJ OlrOllG7lsfr adadaJJi7 IfatolCITIZelS BftNSJ IOF BRODIILt1D KY 1IIta 0 people a conservatlve rBanking System P P Cd ACCOUNTS mIndividual I rmsrffJmPay 3 per cent deposits lOOm rormore left in bank v edupon a six monthsfHUTCHESON rCl1iftJ 17 1 from hour Chamberlains little Agnewville U1nU1erhVe gave expect from hour I it from I before This as Few 8125 each each Girls values Miss Alzia Brown school with at out thirtyeight pils Who writer school at Proctor instead Savers as been Born J P a those Crab from this week Messrs Owens Sam your Smith filled appointment Satur sermon school house IValter Owens from H Owens usthal taken about Owens being themerchant our Fine Shoes 2ivalues Sale pair Lot Mens Fine Shoes 125 values Salo Shoes valuesiprice Dont F1YK TEX CENT close THE TER FOR bc w safe and aP the md SQ district boy section that it is she instead and that he would starve to death were it not for herNext Sunday is the sing ing and I have been requested by the committee in charge to empha sise the fact that there will be no free dinner on the ground The crowd will be so large that it could hardlv be expected So everybody bring a basket of dinner Dont forget our Teachers Assoiation meet t be held at Union school house the first Saturday in August Ve cordially invite the teachers of the county to join with us in mak ing it a success I think we may safely promise all from a distance a good dinnerNews is scarce this week To use a slang expression there is nothing doing The chief Russian peace envoy is said to be Witte Senator De pew ought to make an effort to meet him MT VERNONSIGNALlof FRIDAYS JULY 28 1905 Publishedevery Friday yisEDGAR S ALBRIGHTBI SUBSCRIPTION ONI YEAR IOO of Advertising rates made known ott 111aTHE PINKVIUR HERALD one of the strong Republican papers of the Eleventh has this to say con cerning those who are sometimes c tiled Turncoats because they refuse to support some certain man a set of men or certain principles which are not at all in accord with theIr views Theoretically a Y turncoat in politics as in everything else is ort of the despised of men He secures the everlasting hatred of those whom he deserts a and the bare distrustful toleration of those whom he favors That the do ll inc preached by tllos who believe in patties and party alignments as being of first and utmost importance That argument is a superficial one containing ju enough truth to make it appear very weighty In teaiity the most dyedinthe wool politicians the strictest partisans the unwavering adherents t party lines are the real turn coa in most cases Politics is a gain of basetag between the reds and the blues Each man has his ow base and he who can steal mo t rapidly change bases by ro bing the other side is the beit pi tyer The constructive statesmen who like Blaine Cleveland Johnson and Roosevelt have a set theory of government and an invariable policy ofenforcing it who lea parties and party leaders to fluct u ate and change bases while they steadfastly tallow their course are the true men Each of these men have been accounted turncoats because they refuse to turn The politician jumps from principle to principle that he may keep iu party lines The statesman seems to gois back and forth in party lines hut lie ever adheres to the same principle Iu municipal aud county elec tions there are and can be no rea son for drawing the old party lines Iu electing a sheriff or Coun ty Superintendent of Schools or any other county officer what does it matter which national party the candidate belonged to Local ly there is always a more important issue There are two parties in Bell county The one believes WithJoutas us ce ment as they can possibly get along with II Bell county is one of the most attractive counties in this great State if we can so far ri above partisanship as to make it such Nonpartisan tickets mean non partisan administration JUDGE FAULKNER in his charge to the grand jury of Knox county sprung a surprise by his instruc lions regarding elections saying that if there was a man on the ju- a who had bought votes in an election iu Knox county let him stand aside He also charged that the law had been grossly violated in the past but that it was his intention lo enforce the law as he understood itsGive us more judges li Faulkner and we will toot have so r much rottenness in our elections Men who at heart are for law and order and have the courage to their stamp of disapproval on viceI POLITICS AND Former Congressman Jerry Simpson of Kansas nationally famed as Sockless Jerry is seriously ill at Roswell N M Daniel Lamout who was Secre tart of War under President Cleve land died at Millbrook N Y his country residence after a brief ill ness President Roosevelt has sent his ontograpu photograph to the German singing societies of Louisvi11eI in remembrance of his on April 4 pfthe new Secretary of State president Roosevelt has this to sa Elihu Root is the ablest man have known in our governme service I will go further He isI cthe greatest man that has appeared in the public life of any country In any position on either side of the ocean in my lime rt 1 Hou Herbert B Kingsolving Montgomery county will be a ItSe candidate to represent the loth Congressional Democracy in theInext Congress Mr a brother inlaw of Dr P rtVIof Brodhead this county Two men were arrested m Little Rock on the charge of bribery mod attempted bribery of niemlers the grand jury which IlLs been corruption in the egislature at its last sitting In report the grand jury points- to crookedness in primary elections as the source of the corruption that makes boodling preva lentGov Higgins of New York sent message to the Legislatuie ad vising an overhauling of the surance laws of the State with a view to the prevention of evils in the business such as revealed b the scandals in the management of the Equitable He did not recommend a legislative invest gation and a joint committee was purposee with Auditor Hager by the Sheriff of Clark county against State Rev e nue A M Harrison stLexington in regard to the met od pursued in the settlement of tax claim The Governor has or dered an investigation of the- o ismiconsequence of the charges and Agentsewas ren clared the office vacant The Ann litor in a statement condemns manyLState in filing indiscriminate suits against alleged delinquent tax Pat ers and also disapproves the loose and irregular met110 employed in settling them veNEWS ITEMS Fire at New Orleans caused a loss of 90000 Secretary Taft and his party have arrived at Yokohama Five thousand harvest bands are needed in South Dakota The boycott of American goods now on in full force at Shanghai At Coalburg Ala a man shot and fatally injured his wife thinking her a burglar An official autopsy held on a patient who died in New Orleans has disclosed that the disuse n yellow fever More mutiny has been discovered in the Russian Black Sea fleet and as a result the summer maneuvers have been called off The largest American flag in the world was hung out for the first time last week on the Sixteenth street front of the Daniels S Fish Stores Company in Denver Colo A letter has been receieved from Claude Slaton the missing Sturg isbutKy bank cashier which states that he does not expect to return bat gives no icason for his departure Twentyfour raen were killed seventeen were injured and fait esete Sultau of Turkey It is believed to have been the work of Hun Morton was elected dent of the Equitable Life Ass ance Society ate meeting Wednes day His salary will be 20000 a year He retains the chairing- ry ship but that position may be abolished at a meeting to be held later Claiming that James Smith of Middlesboro attacked him with beer mottle because he sought to protect a small boy who was being roughly handled by Smith John okeftla ant death resulting instantly Golden has surrendered to the authorities Southern manufactures of pig iron look for an early resumption of laying and a consequent irn provemcnt in business conditions Several idle furnaces in the Alabama district are preparing to sumo operations and there will no curtailment of the output despite the dull market of the past month Complete occupation of the island of Sakhalin by the Japanese is conceded both in newspaper comment and in government circles in St Petersburg There is a difference of opinion as to the effect it will have on the negotiations at Wash ington some of the irreconcilabl- declaring that it makes peace the present juncture more difficult- than ever before Washington is say that Japan will not tItconsent to Chinas request to be represented at the peace conference but Russia is inclined to favor it It considered unlikely that Ch nas claim will be pressed by ti Washington Government r r in m iiiao Zif i CAUTION Call to see A C HIt TT before buying summer He may goudsIlast on summer wear Special bargains in LOW CUT SHOES Call without delay and examine our stock A C HIATT YIHI ATT II c n I SiGHTS PRCEl SSyi glassesffrom any itinerant passes your atown If you notice a defect in your horses eye you immediately How eyes precaution of formerly Howe THE BKLE5ZA BATH- s will give immediate relief in cases of TIRED WEAK INFLAMED eyes no mat- tel what cause Absolutely harm perfectly delightful to and always fresh Has boon endorsed thousands of professional and Once tried always used Our DR H C W AUNZ be in MT VERNON on AUGUST 7 S 9 at the Miller Hotel Examinations free whether you or buy glasses or not A is respectfully solicited H C W ARNZ CO Louisville Ky The aleged report of the asDepartment of Agriculture on the acreage of cotton was given to the publu Wednesday It is far from sifisfactory to the representatives- of the growers who ridicule it dt Glaring that the department struck an average between the figures of the Cotton Growers Association- er and thou of the report made the manipulation of Holmes undefI course the department the fact that the new figure given as representing the reduc lion in acreage as compared with last is the exact mathematical means between the two reports is thexground of nce Edward Hammel traveling sales comJpany IaFayetteuInd is serving a sentence twentynine daysin default of pay timeat of a fine ofz5 and costs as sensed by Ju ige Foster of Otters bein will iu all probability he Polled to serve entire sentence- a An attempt having been made to effect Hammels release by habeas corpus proceedings based upon reo cent court decisiont holding un constitutional that part of the law which refers to the smoker Judge Rabb of Fowler held that the prisoners only means of obtaining re lief was by appeal Hammels sen fence will have expired before au appeal can be heard BEST FOR THE beBOWELSIt hn8U beatllymovetperit or everyday youre or will fecpyont P1lllIfmoothost CANDYes andatlet health Address or KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN HALLS send for a veterinary because he 1110f about your own Why not use the same as you do in the case your horse Our Dr Arnz with T J S Co of Louisville is a grad u ato of one of the leading Optical Colleges and our work carries the guarantee of satisfaction no pay all OK from less use by businessmen will need call new year com the ADJOINING COUNTIES New York capitalists are preparing to drill five deep oil wells Knox county which will be lacat e in the Richland field It is under stood thit they willie drilled more than 2000 feet in order to th TehipOff is something that has never been done in that county Contracts hive been let and the first rig is under course construction Members of the Mullins and Fleming factions of Pike county waged bitter war Wednesday with the result that Sol Mullins was fatally wounded in the first slaught Later iu the day t Mullins crowd made an attack upon Sol Fleming at the home of Jeff leming and when the firing cleared Jeff Fleming had a bullet in his left thigh It is reported that other Mullins was shot but with what result is not known Robert Mullion the leades of his faction was taken into custody together with four members of the family Sol Fleming secured a bountiful supply of amunition and fled to the mountains Officers are scouting the mountains in an effort to cap cure him The Nuie Free Presse twits England on having isolated herself during the peace negotiations Probably England thinks Japan is pretty well qualified to look after herself It all the sunnier resorts that applied for the job of entertaining the Peace Conference should get it the conferees would have to hire a manager and play one uig stands The weather bureau has a good deal of assurance handing out t degrees temperatures in the U where it draws its wages FORCED TO STARVEIB F Leek of 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 great for burns cuts and tvouit At Mt Vernon Drug Co Only 25C1 VEGETABLE SICILIAN ffi Hair Renewer you like your gray hair then coop it Perhaps not 11perhaps Halls Hair Renewer always restores color to Stops falling hair alsoUr uTr CEl0 i rr We have sold our store building and must close out our goods at PRICES CUT HALF IN iT and buy your Shoes Shirfs Overcoats and CfofWngr of alb Kinds thatIyou your COME AND LOOK AT OUR LARGE STOCK OF MERCHANDISE tv F KRUEGER SONS Mt Vernon Kentucky f ROCKCASTLE RealEstaieCoMT o All farms etc advertised under this head will be advertised and sold on a per cent and if no sIde is made no cost for advertising 3171aCICSfarms in the county and will be soldat a bargain the owner being unable to properly look after same because of his health The entire farm is under fence 170 acres in cultivation balance timbered three houses on farm good wells and springs and plenty of good stock water Also good orchard FARM NO 2 Consists of acres which will be sold in two separate tracts if desired This farm is located on theMt Vernon and Somerset roadI ntar Level Green Ky and is in the best farming section of the county Well fenced 175 acres in cultivation balance timbered well watered one new twostory building and two tenant houses convenient to school church store and postothce and in one of the best communities in he count A great bargain FARM No1A farm of acres iocated near Maretburg and a very desirable farm 140 acres under fence and in cultivation balance 40 acres timber Good houses neverfailing office A most desirable location a splendid bargain Any one wishing tracot of this farm butno buildings would 3 included ou the 70 acre tract if a division is made FARM No 4110 acres near Brod head well fenced plenty goodwater good orchard Plenty timber to rut farm good residence and one tenant house Can be bought for A great bargain FARM NO iiSo acres of land be tween Brush creek and Orlando 20 acres in cultivation balance timbered WinIceTOWN PROPERTYA desireable piece of town property located in Mt Vernon Two story house four good lots and 8 acres of pasture to go at a bargain Property will bo divided u- lan and sold in any way to suit buyer A real bargain for anyono desiring property in Mt Vernon ONE DOlLAR SAVKD REPRESENTS TEN DOLLARS EARNED The average man does not save to exceed ten per cent of his earn lugs He must spend nine dollars in living expenses for every dollar saved That heing the case he can not be too careful about unnecessary expenses Very often a few cents properly invested like buy ing seeds for his garden wiUsae several dollars outlay later on I is the same in buying Chamber mains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It costs but a few cents and a bottle of it in the house often ayes a doctors bill ofseveral dol ars F r sale by all druggists OmYSHIDmYQJRl btDnkos Kidneys and Bladder Right TEETHE COUGH LUNCSty11WITH I 1 FOR c Dr Kings I New Discovery I OLDS I50c Surest and Quickest Curo for all THBOAT and LUNG TROUB MACSds r111pFw CUT a2- IN TWO WOoCome GENERAL orchardd V kc c X 4 WC IOES0 l t HAVE you examined our lineH IOf Spring S and Summeri Ilf PUYInot dont tail to do so before MIPhone 66 j G ROBT COX- Mt Vernon Ky c C Phone GG 10c 4 JONAS McKENZIE 11COM o OMEtl I jwt IIE1Notions p esmamr emaan CLOTHING 1 d B Wre carry Y a full line f Clothing that willsnit mill L sizes und ages Our goods are right and our prices are 1 right Yours very tllth I Phone No 83 JONAS McKENZIE tti JONAS NlcKENZIE t YOUR BANKING largcITHE BANK of SV3T VERftsOatf will give it careful attention This message applies to the men tad the women nUke Remember we pay 3 per cent intert st on all deposits of 100 or more when left wjth the bank and not checked Iupon for a period of six months or more OFFICERSt CashierlG SHORTEST L5HF T Cincinnati Lexington IIETwra Knoxville Asheville r Charleston i Savannah Atlanta New Orleans Shreveport and Texas Points EYe E Mi AIKEN Trav Passr Agt 89 E Main St exington Ky WiA CARP TT then Mgr W C RINEARSON fen Pass1t To a Cold One Take Bromo Quinine Tablets Sevea MSoa tares soW fai pest 12 months This Signature Queen Crescent RuJte ItLAND SCHEDULES Chattanooga Jacksonville Birmingham Cure in Day Laxative Zii Cures Crip 1in Two Days on every box25c rvfT VERNON SIGNAL Mr VERNON KY JULY 2t11905t IIi9Cull up No 79 when-you tvanttuCmrnunfCute with SIGNAL 79 i i tJf4 oJITIME TABLE zz north 124 p mII 24 north 332 a 23 south 124 p ir 21 South 1236 am TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 FIlItrt at the IteWfII Ky Instofiee- stcmd class nil mutter PERSONAL Mrs Laura Proctor was over from Wildie yesterday shopping Dr D McDonald was here Wednesdu in the interest of the school Mrs IT J Mullins spent several days with her daughter Mrs U G BakerIMiss Lucy Thomas of Glencoe is visiiing her sister Mrs M L McrsIE T Wheeler left Monday for Shawnee Town Ill to b gone severalweeks T A Stewart is attending a house party at Houstonville and taking iu the fairJWalter Mullins went to Crab Orchard to assist the band bos there in making musk for the jaI sonsMrs 1 C Rinehart stopped for a night with relatives here on herJ return home from the Crab Orch aid fair J E Houk went to Crab Orch ard Tuesday to be present at the laying of the cornerstone of the new Masonic hall Eugene Mullins writes us from Pagosa Springs Colo that his weight is 142 pounds and that he is almost himself again T G Opp Tavlor who It ft this county fifteen years ago and moved to Green county was here this week mixing with old friends Mrs W F McLaugbliu who use to be Miss Alice Lewis writes from Portland Ore that the Lewis and Clark Exposition is a great success Dispatcher and Mrs W T Meri nice with their three bright and attractive children passed through Tuesday en route to Dripping Springs to spend about ten days We regret very much to learn that our good friend and towns man W T Brooks has decided to move his family to Brodhead We dislike to give up such good citi Zeus Mr J C McCkry the Stanford undertaker passed through Friday afternoon to Livingston to embalm the body of Mr John Carter fath er of engineer John IL Carter who died Friday minting Mr H C Rice of Livingston was a passenger on Saturdays Southbound train He had been to Lebanon after his son Walter Rice who fell from his train and received several cuts on his face Interior Journal LOCAL TAKJJN UPAt my place two ewes and tvo lambs Owner can have same by proving sheep and paying expenses HENRY CATRON jul 21 3t Level Green Ky FOR SAIK Country store and stockof goods in Madison county GoOd location farming section AddressDr HARRY HnNDRKN July 741 Jobnetta Ky NOTICE All who know them series indebted to me will please call in and settle their account I need the money or I would not have made this call Respectfullyrl f MILLINERY SALE i We offer for sale our entire stock of goods consisting of Ladies Misses and Childrens Hats No- tionsI and Ladies Ready madeSkirts at cost We have the goods you want and f will make the prices to suit Now Js your chance to get a new duck filial for the fair or a nice trimmed Chat Dont fail to give us a call TyRCEUSiSTHKS jul 2i tf Br6dheadKy IThe Rig Hill Coal Cp will le operations about Sept ist IThere will be services at the Presbyterian church Sunday even iJ J Smith was made executor of the estate of A K McClary deceased K j Smith has purchased new andone of the latest improved hay bailers and will start at once on a circuit over the county LOST Between Mt Vernon and Livingston a ladies gray cloak Please return toF L Thompson Mt Vernon Ky and receive ward Resp J C RINEHART A large crowd attended the laying l of the cornerstone of the new Masonic hall at Crab Orchard Tues day Music was furnished by the Crab Orchard Band Some people who claim them selves good honest citizens seem to think that it is perfectly all right to beat their nFnpal er account An honest man always pays all his bills Miss Margaret Fsh celebrated fourteenth anniversary last eye ning There were thirty one of the youu people present and several presents were presented Time and space wIll not permit of a more complete account Mr Wheeler the manager of the handle factory informes us that he has been able to secure satisfactory freight rates and will have large quantities of hickory shipped in from ttaticns along the line in and Laurel counties Jailer J W Parsons has pur chased of Marshall Smith his old home place on which he lived at the time he was elected jailer He also bought the gristmill and stock of general merchandise belonging to Smith Fish Mr Parsons ex pects to move to the farm as soon as his term of office expires which will be Jan 1St Tkere are about 325 Kentucky editors including their wives and sisters at the Crab Orchard Springs this week attending the annual meeting of the Kentucky Press Association The usual junket was abandoned and a week ofreal res andenjoyment is being had Proprietor J B Willis assisted by Mr C E Wood of Richmond has made every effort possible to furnish the newspaper boys a week of real pleasure Interesting pro grams were arranged for each day BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL MT VJJRXON KY Opens September 1905 Col lege Preparatory Normal Model School Cooking and Sewing Courses Trained and experienced teachers holding degrees from some of the best universities and collges in the country Accommodations for twenty girls at the new dormitory Terms within reach of circulars address IDA M TAYLOR Principal- Mt Vernon Ky The following clipped from an exchange contains sonic stubborn facts that can not be denied A town that never has anything in a public way is on the way to the oemetry Any citizen who will do nothing for his town fur nishes the coffin The man who is so selfish as to have no time from business to give to city affairs is making the shroud The man who will not advertise is driving the hearse The man who is always pulling back from any public en terprise throws boquets on the grave The man who is so stingy and selfish as to be howling har times preaches the funeral sermo- and sing the doxology and thus the town lies buiiel free from all sorrow and care The singing convention will meet at Broughton Hamm Say ers mill Sunday July 3otht at9 a m instead of 10 as first stated We have two mere classes en tered making a totalof 9 choirs 1st Oa program will he a son hv male voices onlyVe Prats The 0 God 2nd Devotional exercises b Revs J A Sayers and Thomas Address of welcome by W H Owens Response by Rev Pike after which the classes will sing alternately during the da minutes1Everyborlr their dinners will be no free for all dinner on the grounds W A Owens Jacob Elder A E Alhri htCorn j Granville Oweusj Dont fail to attend the Brodhead Fair Aug 16 17 and 18 Dr Myers dentist will be in his office at Brodhead Monday and Tuesdand each week thereafter NOTICE All parties indebted me ale earnestly requested to settle ame by IJrjul 2841 Orlando Ky ROI 11 K A II IIIMr J H Dunn and sister Miss Ella are on the sick listMr and tars M B Salin of New sere guests of Mr and Mrs HopeI JIrHy 111It1hlltlposition as hrakeman on this divis 01 of the Louisville and Nashville railway John M Cranor is in Richmond Va on bumessM Taylor of Danville was here to see the Crauor Smith Lumber Co people and purcha ed from them several carloads of staveslie and Mrss Bert Smith of Lexington were visiting their cousin Mrs Fullen Francisco at the Frith Hote1JvF Watson Dr P Benton Horace Benton Jno Robbins and Oris ItfrodayMrsoLen Alsop of HarrodsIb burg was the guest of Hut heson first of the week Po W Tharp was in Corbin first of the week on business Walter Miller to is in Louisville for a few days We are glad to note that G S Durham is able to be out again after beiig confined to his room for nearly four weeks with bois Hon J Belhurum of Mt Ver non was in town TuesdayEdgar- Dunn t who has ben visiting in Danville for the past three weeks hay returned home Dont fail to see Madame La Verne make the 6 5 balloon ascension on each day of g the fair which will be held r6 17 and 8heave newsAugnstI for Signal reporter at drugstore or Dunn y they will receive prompt attention B R Wilmott will leave Sunday- to accept a job brakeing out of Lebanon Junction ou this division 111Thursdaydrumming He represents Floyd Bohr Co of Louisville Fair Pair Fair Ang 16 17 and 18 LEVEL GREEN The recent wind storm damaged orn a bit So much rain has caused farmers to be badly behind with their workT S Ham of Jessamine county bought from Win Nicely of Hansford five year ing and twoyearold mules at y 6SJ M Cress bought from Dr T J Price one pair of threeyear old mare mules for 230 He also bought from Harve Poynter at Dallas Pulaski county one pair ofc extra good twoyearolds for 270 Charlie Cummins bought several 14Brownon the puny listO H Brown son of Win H Brown who left hire more than three years ago and went to Missouri is now located at University Neb He seems well phased with his Western home Wade Mullius was in Lancaster SundayJ B Cummins will teach the school at this place The schemejto establish a tenmonths school here proved to be merely the combustion of a surplus amount of hot airThe project for a singing contest to be held at Sayers next Sunday is receiving a great deal o f interest by the people of this part especially the youig Probably no other of the Wes Indian islands has had such checkered career as Santa Cruz Spainnand Holland jointly to England alone to Spain again which fell upon the colonists and destroyed or deported them all to France which took it from Spain to the Knights of Malta who received it as a gift from France tea private company of adventurers Then it was resumed possession of by France but abandoned so that in 1720 it was uninhabited Then it t637ean i presently sold it to a Danish com pany which sold it in turn to king of Denmark In 1801 gland took it once more gave back to Denmark repented an took it away again in a few months reXit stil1ExtgUSB ARKSCTIX a I g NNATIe BootsShoosRubbers Cost LeastWear Best r 1Sttless an E CBOOOS I LAND STOCK AN J CROP Ycung stock gain faster to the amount of feed thau older stock The same feed will make more pounds in the yearling than in the twoyearold and so on Hence if one wishes to get the highest possible price for his feed he should give it to calves and year Hugslet others feed the three bird fouryearoldsEx following telegram from IThe will be of interest to in this community The i 1lectedprosecutions for violation of the requiring live stock to be fed atered and rested in transit The has been gathered secret by the inspectors of the Bureau Animal Industry It will be turned over to the Department of iJustice which has charge of the machinery of federal indictments and prosecutions The law provides that the suits shall be brought where the offending corporation re that is at its legal residence The penalty is from 10o to 500 fine for each shipment made in of statute The Depart mint of Agriculture will submit to Attorney General such specific recommendations as it may deem proper Where there are exten- uatingcircumstances leniency will recommended but in the cases oold offenders the Department of Justice will be asked to prosecute the limit r j Mothers Ear a I frl MOTHERS rURSNC THATp1SCOTTS EMULSION INOURISHMENTOf MOTHER CHILD sampleaSCOTT s cowl40945 Pnrl York Soc aadoo druggists or IN TILE STATE FhasFintoLondon with 250110 capital The cornerstone of the new Kentucky Wesleyan College build ing at Winchester was laid Mon day Bishop Chandler of Georgia delivered the principaladdress Inspector Henry A Hines in a report made to Gov Beckham on information furnished by Floyd of the ISwann Day Lumber Com pany sets forth that A M Harrison revenue agent for the State 9 atlarge mulcted that concern cut of 1520 This money it is leged was paid to Edward O lerj Lexington who claimed to be acting as the agent of Harrison Inspector Hines is working up other alleged cases and it is said that developments involving one of the most prominent men in the State may be shortly expected Paducah has a boss case inI rourt which promises to be extremely interesting A matt had a mare worth 800 She injured herself in a way that it was decidedto kill her The owner hired a negro to take her to the country and kill Tl e negro sold her for 2 and canine hack and reported that he had killed her and was paid 2 for the job The former owner has discovered his mare which is in fine condition and again worth money her purchaser having cured her He demands posession and Thetofathe former owner but tasks 500 for the trouble and expense of car ing for her Ayers Losing your hair Coming out by the combful And doing nothing No sense in that Vhy dont you use Ayers Hair Vigor and Vigordpromptly stop Your hair will begin to grows too and all dandruff will disappear Could you reason ably expect anything better Ayeta great tucceu whir fI li flall very sadlybut the hair etoppedranduownylarlI- alt rlgbLW C a bottle JC forrow bI Thin Hair j c3 3Da c Ji= = t iiI ink Shoes etc at ACTUAL COST for CASH Come one and all and take advantage of this M- x Jiu great opportunityof supplying your wants atr prices you will never have again We have everything that you will find inaS firstclass uptodate store So come and be 5 convinced that what we say is true f t VI E have the Goods you want and are making the price to suit Y NOTICE To The TaxPayers of Rockcastle County YOUR TAXES for the year were due March est Ken tucky Statutes Sec 4143 and you notified in pursuance to Sec 4142 Kentucky Stat to meet me one of my deputies on dates namedat the following named places Mt Vernon Monday Aug i and 14 Wildie Tuesday u Conway Wednesday Rockfordl7rursday 10 Friday 11 o and Level Green Saturday 12 Orlando Tuesday 15 Brodhead Wed Thr Fri and Sat 10 17 18 Mullins Sta Ssitur 19 Livingston Monday and Tuesday 21 and 22 Green ProctorsStore Wednesday 21 Disputanta Thurh 24 C imax Friday 25 Livingston and Jonli etta Saturday 20 I will be at the above places and 3 oclock on the days named setItlementnot do so unless you are prompt in settling with me wsh to say further to those who owe me taxes for the years 02 03 01 that in makingthese appointments I have given my deputies positive structions to mak3 levies if necessary to collect in every instance No vors shown in any case to anyone am compelled to settle tip my business by the 1st of January 1900 and inten to do son L TATS S it C If you want to buy or sell Rock castle real estate see the Rockcas tle Real Estate Co CASTORIAPor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the hmatureof all leathers all styles ore Between the b ill wevil and the graft bug the cotton planter is having a hard time of it ADAMS 4i Willis Griffin PRACTICAL 3UNDERTAKER gAND = FUNERAL DIRECTOR = Mt Vernon Stock Complete Can furnish on short no Etice Metalie Coffins and Caskets and have Embalming = Edone Fine Hearse attached 3 ORDERS by wire Promptly Pilled = Phone No 63 = liillf ltiflllillllllil lUll1 UUl1UtU illlifllltiillltiiilllll illli The Front THE OLD RELIABLE BEST DHUGSTORE IN THE COUNTY Cheapest Drugs Anywhere Childrens Diseases a Specialty All come for fair treatment ProprPHONE iittttrtttttttttta i Brodhead KtM IIANELEGANTOXFORD L2 l I YELLOW PIesliptioIlSL SHOE 1411II11Ifif111tffll111TI Collins Caskets phone orders Telei Sold by Krueger Sons I MT VKUXOX KKNTUKKY Besrs thelieOaSTOHX turo +of Ky A i V COMPLETE LINE fand Robes TjT All Mail Telegraph or Filled F The Eqttable is spending a whole lot of money to find out how much it has wasted i F I Iz iQi t J f f 1- H rFOLEYS KIDNEY CURE Will psifively= cure any case of Kidney or Bladder Osese not bSYOltid the reach- of medicine Ho m dicine can do more FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE strengthens the urinary organs builds up the kidneys and invig orates the whole system- IT IS GUARANTEED TWO SIZES sec and 160 SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY I MT VERNGNDRUG KENTUCKY FAIR DATES The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1905 as far as reported Brodhead August J63 days Lberty Aug IGH day Columbia Aug 24 days London August Q3 dais Madisonville Aug i 5 days Danville Aug 23 days Harrodsburg Aug S4 days Fern Creel Aug 154 days Sheperdsville Aug J54 days Lawrenceburg Aug 154 days Yancelmrg Aug 164days Guthrie Aug J73 days Shelhyville Aug 224 days Springfield Aug 23 4 days Nicholasville Aug 29 3 days Bardstown Aug 304 days Somerset Aug 294 days Florence Aug 304 days Klizabethtown Sept 53 days Glasgow Sept E34 days The Kentucky State Fair Lex ington September iS6 days Hen erson Sent 266 days Falmouth Sept 274 days Owensboro October to5 da- ysDoflars38 TOE California AND THE NORTHWESTuu HHHUH F150ll LOUISVILLE THE Henderson Route HmHU HmOuu h t CORRESPONDING Low rate to Washington Oregon Utah Montana and all intermediate pointstffr Tickets on sale daily up to and including May 15195 ST Also SPECIAL HOMESEEKERS Rates to the West and South west on certain dates 1If yon contemplate a tripask us for rates If you would travel in comfort see that your ticketreadsnver I1ENDER SON ROUTE between Louis- villet and St Louis 1J6r Free reclining chair cars on all of our St Louis trains Direct connections in St Louis Union Station with all lines to the West and Southwest t L J IRWIN Gen Pasngs Agt- LOUISVILLE KY Indigestion Causes Catarrh of tHe StomachFor many years it has been supposed that Catarrh of the Stomach caused indigestion and dyspepsia but the truth is exactly tho opposite causes catarrh Re pealed attacks of Indigestion Inflames the mucous membranes lining the stomach and exposes the nerves cf the stomach thus caus ing the glands to secrete mucin instead of tho juices of natural digestion This U called Catarrh of the Stomach KodolDyspepsia Cure relieves all Inflammation of the mucoua membranes lining the stomach protects the 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 lattice SI00bodioz211times the trial lie sells 50 cents prepared by DeWITT It Chicago IH FOR SALE II y MT VERNON DRUG CO IOLErSIiOffiYAlIDTAR far eWtiranseafa sure eplatee TO CONSUMPTIVES The ujidcr iiiic l having been roloriil to health by simple means after sutlering for several years with a severe lung allection and that dread ilisnife COXsrMlTIOX make known to his fellow Mini r ers IIllItl cf curt To those who desire it he willlhcct fully send free of cl arge a copy of the prcscriiiiou used which they wilt find r sure euro fur CoritiMlTiox Huoxciims and all throat and burs MAIADIIS He hopes all suflerers will try hs remedy as it is sal nahle hose desiring the prescription which will cost them noting and may drove a Messing will please addrrss IKV WIION Itrooklyn New York mar 3 1yr CASTOsXBoar theTheSignature rot LOW Settlers RATES- TO POINTS IN THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST VIA COTTON BEJTROUTE 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 i 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 TOGO TO ROJEY It is this way When I need spectacles I go to Franklin at Mt Vernon and have my eyes tested mud he does it right When they needchanging he does it free o f chargeHe also keeps sewing machio e needles for all machines oil belt c Repairs your spectacles whet broken your watches and clock when they doui run jun 30tf TOGO GOOD VORSTOHACII TROUBLE AND CONSTIPATION Chamberlain s Stomach and- Lher Tablets have dime me a great deal of good says C Towns 01 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 iron stomach disorders For sale all druggists OVER NINETEEN HOURS SAVED TO MEXICO By the superb double daily sere vice over the Iron Mountain Route and its connections the shortest and quickest line front St Louis to City of Mexico through San AntO nio and Laredo Through Pullman sleepers daily leaving St Louis 221 p m and 820 p m Elegant Dining Car service Wonderful Mexico is attracting the investor r and pleasure seeker Low rates liberal stop over privileges Now is the time to go For descriptive literature rates etc see nearest Ticket Agent or address R T G Matthews T P A lion Moun tail Route Room 301 Norton Bldg Louisville Ky One paper says Mr Root put a final Link in the tale of the Phila delphia machine Soundsas tho that metaphor got a little twisle3 itselfin going to press r Passed Stone and Gravel With Excruciating Pains A H Thurnes Mgr Wills Creek Coal Co Buffalo 0 writes have been afflicted with kidney and bladder trouble for years passing gravel or stones with excruciating pains Other medicines only gave relief After taking FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE the result was surprising A few doses started the brick dust like fine stones etc and now have no pain across my kidneys and I feel like a new man FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE has done me 1000 worth of good Ho Other Remedy Can Compare With it Thos W Carter of Ashboro N C had Kidney Trouble and one bottle of FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE effected a perfect cure and he says there is no remedy that will compare with it h CO A i1 from Portsm tilNI HunIGndscity and its vicinity the culmina tion of an engineering project which has been under way for the last three years nd which has attracted the attention of experts both in this eountiy and abroad It was the removal of Hendersons point a ledge some three acres n extent from the Piscataxua river bed by exploding simultaneously about 400 charges of dynamite aggregat ing at least fortyfive tons in the rock beneath the water The hour scheduled for the discharge of the dynamite is 4 p m It was arranged that by the moving of a switch at a safe distance from the ledge a spark should be sent into contact with the dynamite The explosion resulting was ex pectd to shatter the mass ofrock and thereby to widen and deepen the waterway leading to the dry dock recently completed by the Govei nmeut at the United States navy yard on Seaveys Island The contract price of the under taking was 5749000 The expense was covered by a Government ap propriation in connection with the bill authorizing the construction of the big dry dock at the navy yard It is understood that the charge of fortyfive tons of mite is the largest ever exploded one time in this country atI Hendersons Point is a edge of horseshoe shape 400 feet wide at the base and jutting Out into the river about 300 feeti Arouird it have swirled innumera ble currents and a tide which has been the dread of allmariners The swift waters have worn a channel ninety fret deep in solid rock around the end of the point but the force of the cross currents has been so great that for years it has been a menace especially to the development of tl e navy yard With the establishment of th great dry duck its removal became imperative Its destruction will give an approach icoo feet wide and a depth of water ample for the greatest ships in the world tr Portsmouth and the navy yrd IA SURPRISE PARTY IIA pleasant surprise party may be n to your stomach and liver by taking a medicine which will re lieve their pain and discomfort viz Dr Kings New Life Pills- They are a most wonderful remedy affording sure relief and cure for headache dizziness and constipa VernonsFarm For Sale Ona150 acre tract of land on ths waters of Crooked creek One ing house timber and coal The far cheapForD G CLARK jnl i4itf Orlando Ky TO THE WEST SOUTHWEST- CALIFORNrAETC Best reached via Missouri Pacifi Railway or Iron Mountain from St Louis Cairo or Memphi- 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 the homeseeker or investor Home seeker round trip tickets on sale every first and third Tuesdays of each mouth limited 21 days Lands are cheap rates arc low Cheap round trip rates now in effect t 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 sonally conducted Tourist sleepers Tuesday Thursdays and Satur changeDescriptive etc furnished free For particti lars rates etc cousult nearest t Ticket Agent or address RTGMatthews T PA Room 30 Norton BIdg Louisville Ky j o AEOUT EVERY THING The umber of persons in Prussian courts last year lor les msjeste was 164 against 198 in 1903 The railway companies of Eng ndand Wales employ between them 312000 men The Scottish 40000imen en The Chicago public library uses- a 20 horsepower gasoline wagon to deliver books from the central department to the many branchs in the city and surburb iTo prove that its telegrams at genuine a paris newspaper will in future expose in its windows dupli cates of every message received for the whole of the day after their publication A certain London hotel uses a penIIrooms It is claimed that a potato wipei is the best preservative en be obtained for the pen Valter Kittridge is now tenting on the ol camp ground tvher- the great majority of the men he cheered are lying the camping place of eternity He will long b remembered as the composer ot ti e most beautifulsong the civil war brought forth A German scientific paper de scribes a new registering rain guage in which each drop falls on balance arm which dips under it closes an electric circuit and regis ters the fall The number of drops in half a minute indicates the in tensity of the shower and curves of it can be drawn front theme The death has occurred at Dun more school house Stirlingshire of Robert Livingston who had a number of mot remarkable es capes doling the Italian mutiny 01 o to occasion a cannon hill grazed his left temple leaving only a burned scar andon another weile enjoying a hard earned break fast a piece of bacon was shot off his fork when halfway to his mouth Accordinff to a British board of trade return just issued the sugar consumed by the working classes 1in Germany costs 5f cents per pound in AustriaHungary 7f cents in Belgium 7 cents in France 7 cents in Holland 554cts and in Russia c cents Sugar is cheaper in Denmark where it is comparedmwith sf cents in Great Britain DrYttng Wing of Hartford Ct was the first Oriental who was ever graduated from Ian American college He took his degree at Yale in the class of 1854 In 1876 he was the Chinese minister to the Wingsis in his 76th year good health and his intellectuality is as bright as in his youner days He has a host of friends in Wash ington According to a writer the American Rhodes scholars at Oxford present an interesting contrast to their English fellowstudents As 0to their relative scholarship he found the Englishmen to be much hatter informed of the two though on fewer subjects They were n uch more thorough classicists much read in all literatures and in he newspapersrhe American students had pursued more subject i cience especially but as a rule had not gone deep enough in to aSvthirig to get a firm hold on itrt V distinctioiofovvuing the biggest Araejrictnj a y4- 1 7 flsg in the world It will he used tor the G A R encampment Ir will be 15 feet long nod 51feet deep The uuioi field w H be 28 by 35 e and this 51111es vill be 4 feet 2 itches wide The stars will be et high and ii its making 1450 yards of bunting sue to le used The flags weight of 450 pounds prevents it beiiu swung from a pole or hung Irom a cable between buildings so it h s beet arranged to spre d it acress the front fa fivestory buildi ig on Sixteen h street It is difficult toget access to the governments historical documents and papers iu Washington and they who do get access to them are always accompanied as they m ike their consultations by a guide H Clay Evans said rei cently that a big percentage cf the governments documents have beu robbed of their signatures The signatures if ofvalue have been cut out thieves Hun VaSh1ington Jefferson etc have leen sloltn trout government documents For a number of years the question of the probable duration of the available coal supplies in seriouslyematter been referred to a royal commission for investigation and report Taking 4COO feet as the practical working depth limit the investi gators find that the proved coal fields of Great Britain still con tain about 100000000000 tons of coal of which about So per cent is in seams of two fret thick and upward The average annual out put at the present time is about tollseBUY IT NOW Now is the time to buy Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It is certain to be needed sooner or later and when that time comes you will need it badly you will need it quickly Buy it now It may save life For sale by druggists alII IMissed the Sutton again Won no corresponuece eliool for assassin RAeAND DlARRIICEA REMEDY THE BEST IN EXISTENCE M Wood thereWhite 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 siys It gives me pleasure to recommend Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy having used it myself and in my family with the best results In fact I believe it to be the best remedy of the kind in exhistence Sold by all druggists JOHN P M Traf Mgr Rock Glad C r r A = rJ r g S S The Kind You Have Always Bought anti which has been in use for over 30 years has borne the signature of anti has been inarto under his per sonal since its infancy kh r Allovritoonetod000iVCyDlinthis- All Counterfeits Imitations and Justusgooil are Experiments that trifle with and endanger tine health of lufauts and Children against Experiment What CASTORIA Castoria is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other ITarcotio substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms Had allays Feverishness It cures DSarrhoja anti Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation mil Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach nail giving healthy and natural sleep ITlio Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend t WiliE CASTORA ALWAYS Bcnrs the Signature of y7 tf CrJf1 lTtr6 7 LAhf TM EM You 1Aways Bought In Use For Over 3O Years CHYA cOPV T7I = IIyono cnv r r III 3 C McCLARY UndertakerI Embalmer Complete LINE of Caskets Robes c Ordeis by Telephone atteiul- ed promptly Stanford Kv W M Francisco MONUMENTAL WORKS Brodhead Ivy Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones ALL WORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVEN oA S T0 e2X ABear theTheSignature yIofclliIWhen you want a pleasant laxative that is easy to take and certain to act use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by all Druggists Address SEBASTIAN Syrim GOT Experience Bowels C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY SSrOFFICE On 2nd floor o The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church street Special attention given to collections- Phone No 80 Ii1 L 111 Y ERS Dentist Mt Vernon Ky- FirstClass 1 Work I OFFICEAt residence on Cld Main St known as the C C Wil hams residence PHONE No 73 Will be in office at BRODHEAD every MONDAY noon till Tuesday noonTO IS Take LAXATINR BROMO Qur NINE Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature is on each box 25 cts FOIE IINrYAIDTAR Cures Colds Prevents Pneumonia To the Pacific Coastto California Oregon Washington roundtrip long transit and return limits liberal stopover privilegesThe is practically on the basis of one fare for the round trip Of course if you wish to visit both California and Oregon or Washington the cost is slightly more These reduced rates are in effect on certain dates in months of May to October inclusive They apply from all Eastern points via Chicago St Louis or Memphis gateways The Rock Island System will take you upin either Chicago or St LoWs orat hundreds of other Middle West points and carry you to the Coast in through Standardor Tourist Sleepers with unexcelled Dining Car service The Rock Island also affords a choice of routes on the Scenic route you can stop off in Coloradosee Salt Lake Cityvisit Yellowstone National Park on the Southern route you can go via El Paso thru New Mexico then up coast to San Francisco and on to Portland or Seattle if desired In short these Pacific Coast excursions offer an unusually good chance to see our western country in a comprehensive manner Ifyou desire to go only as far as Colorado there are excursion rates in effect to that section and return all summer long specially reduced June 30 to July 4 August 12 and 13 and August 30 to September 4 Extension trips to Ogden- or Salt Lake and return at low cost also From September 15 to October 31 1905oneway tourist or colonist tickets will be on sale to California and the Pacific Northwestabout half regular fare If interestedsend name and address on this coupon designating which booklet wanted and to what point you plan to go Name probable k date of start also so we can advise definitely with respect to rates etc =Send ratesCaliromia Ness Addr