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Published Every Friday f = MA = if 7 4 1 t1 JI U1tit EttflH VOLUME 11 IIuH cmUlJl 0 fD QV t D J in L r + lco 4QVjvt n 1r 7 f Q1ALJII 7 1S t J 7J v V yjhV Y r fk IIt ailkf lJI t r l tf 1 Ih reJt 1 m 4 5 rS c J Ul lJ m r fl rea1 tJ tJiC1i ar11nC L S4flifjJrti 4lo st n c 0 11 t n l e3A 1 4 + t tilib Snntpm1nriOn oJ On which date we will place on sale the Largest and Most Attractive stock of Winter Goods of every variety imagin r able that it has been ou pleasure to showfAll our cotton o0 were bought beforeprices went up likeabalJ e1Jgoodsr old prices Not every man WI101 t raIsaarmcrop of wild oats y hand neither is every man who has few goods a Merchant x y If you want the Ightl prIcesI5 ai vws t t l t I klJ r J I jf Y 4F E 1i1 LEVEL UK KEN IOuI farmers are fixing fora larger crop this fall than usual a g od yield and a fair price adding new life to the bone and sinew of tilt country Corn is very gcod and pastures excellent We have a lot ot good ihilch cotes for gale i- nl this part of Rockcastle Hogs would sell high if we had them and sheep niui mules upper than they are iu the IJluegrasi We hat of hens tut then they are ona strike not many eggs but they buy sugar for our women People use too much sugar and not enough of milk and butter All brought on foods are adulterated if possible HC Bruughton went to Cincin last week put himself under a specialist for stomach and kindred- ments a ordered his medicines Etbllast stage if lining He has suffered beyond human knowledge but death the poor titans dearest friend comes sooner or later to release the man proper from the d prison of clay curing all bodily and if we have done our duty Ipain God and man while in the suffering will be at an end but alas how few of us ever did our whole duty Wedapie who have no to VlStt the 11Iers are always ready How like angels the company of these good is Did ever think of Itthem5ehesafflicted not even shunning the pest houses of cholera yellow and smallpox These feverI the despised yet they will risk eyen for a Protestant as well as of own If we would emulate their virtues io doubt wed be tqcttcr BTJCKVARNON A BONANZA YEAR The mw Crop Board at the Department of lgcicultureturued n a reportVfor August calculated to make bears of Wall Street go into premature hibernation It showed that 1905 promised to be a record year in American farming The when crop was estimated at 709731000 bushels over 100 0000 w bushels more than last years yield andthe largest i1our history with the single exception of the cropof 19 ji The corn pros pects indicate the colossal yield of 2 6981 16000 bushels the greatest on record without a single excep lion We are raising ao torch corn this year as all the wheat grown in the entire world Oats barley rye potatoesrthan the August average or ten years Hay aloue as may hSyear ranking next to corn and far ahead of wheat or cotton as a thisIycrop at 617465000 The sere great crops of corn tray wheal- cutters oats parley and rye for 1905 will probably be worth not nearieenormous reo sources in the hands ot the farmers of every part of the United States the coming years prosperity is as cured THREE JURORS CURED Of Cholera iorbus with One Snt a Bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Hightowert2Lwhile Serving on a petit jury in murder case at Edwardsville cote ty seat of Clebourne county A- IIle j says While there I ate some fresh meat and some souse meat and it gave me cholera morbus in a very severe fort I was Her er more sick hi my life and sent to t cniea bottle of Chamberlains Colic Ct41of era and Diarrhoea Remedy insee saying that he had what I sent for but that this medicine wasso mu better he would rather send it me in the fix I was in I took dOC of it and was better in minutes The second dose cu jutfand oue twentyfive cent bottle cured the three of usFor sale by all druggists v b UDI1LAll Miss Mae Robinson of Ga rard j county is visiting Mrs Josh Dunn We are glad to say that Miss Ella Dunn is on the road to recovery iron het recent attack of typhoid IfevcrlIrs Henderson of Lowell who has been attending the hediside of her daughter Mrs J Newlnnd has returned homeMr Edgar Dunn was in Garrard luest1 duy on Uusmess1ls Julian Saw yer has returned home after a two weeks visit in Mt Vernon I JmeJbCtnsun of this place returned to her jj home at Mt Vernon Tuesday after visit of two weeks durai 1 1lion1Iisses L7zie Cable andjw hel Hilton wIll leave Saturday to A enter a female college at Morehead Miss Maud Forbes reports that jj she is DIf Negro creekCapt L C Smith jS of Morehead is in town for a few W ysou business Dick Albright jjp will enter school at Williamsburg w Sept I5thMrs Dr P Benton t ringrlI1r returned home Wednes 1 yMrs L B Parsons of t Lebanon Junction visited her brother E It Newland first of the weekMiss Sallie Newland of Lebanon Junction who has been 1forl Wilmott and Miss Carrie Frith M C Albright and Miss Anuia Tate spent last Sunday at Dripping Springs Rals Wilmott of Lebanon Junction was visiting his mother first of the andetheirlhomeFrancisco at the Frith Hotel She was accompanied hcme by her grandmother Mr Judith hesnut J W HutchesoiiJsimGincinriati oil businesDlrsJW Iliac ie sou ii in Owen county this week The party given by Miss Jewell Francisco at the Frith Hotel Fri my evening was enjoyed very much by those present till the wee small hours of tnorninglIissVAr nie ateof Mt Vernon visited Mrs J W Tate first of week Mrs Heldmau of Lebanon Junction is visiting Mrs R L Collier Wm Shugars of Lancaster was isiting his son W K Shugars first of week Mrs L C Smith son Frank Emerson of were visiting at Frith MoreheadI SaturdayWalter went Louisville Tuesday on business P W Tharp is in Corbin onhus HessJolts Smith of St May O is here taking up ten cars spokesfrom the CranorSmith Lum er l1lpanyOscar Capps left last Saturday for New Mexico for his health He was accom as far as St Louis sisbeattiwacross near pump stationEd Hurt and F W Evans have returned to Lebanon Junction after a two weeks visit to houiefolks It seems that there should be a good letter front Brod headeach week and if the people willonly leave the news items with R H Haram or Shugars drugstore the writer will be too glad to have them for publication No one mau everythngj1tbat so every one ws au news and will leave theaitems a Brodheand LebaiJnonwIll leave Sunday for Nn she will attend college Miss heAFollie Carter has returned fo be lime at Berea after a pleasant visit two weeks duration to friends adand relatives COUGHto worfiveth hasred r a or you are l rta nt rehqto take anil can always be depended upon For sale by all druggists 1 fo Established 9 A r tG x II Ajv h 7rVv I p YsY ViVJV7r i3-A BARGAIN SALE fl AT li W f CHERRYS BARGAIN STORE It 11 tt BEGINNING JULY 8th we will offer you the lowest priced goods you have ever had the opportunity buying at this season of the year It hurts us to sacrifice Q ccludelA fto moke tlii prices so they will GO Dont let ths opportunity slip but avail your Jselfof some of these rare BARGrAl S g ydtOrgandies Sc Silk Chiffons 25c now 20c Mohair Lusters 20c laic Suitings lac lOc Canvass Back Ducks In Light Colors Polka Dots 8c Lace Curtains 15c to 81 1 Dont forget w sell you a good DROP HEAD SEWING MA elIINI for S1250 rf these all fOUR IUTTUGood Goods at Lowest Prices fair treatment to c Terms actual Japan articles Japan Island clause clauses treaty- e Ladies Melts Straw price iacto Straw each Girls Values Sale price 25d- Pants Sale price pair Knee good values pair 1887 2 Fine WSale Sale will bargains first CHERRY JJRODllEAJ KENTUCKY iIR dltbobob bobob The Gibralter of Rocl castle Ih tgill= KYVo to the people a and conservativeu fS jO System I p tfI tfIiJ Individual and Corporations 50lici ed m Ie oar business aril we ante t ple1s C mt and profitable relation 3 cent interest on deposIts IOU r more left in the boat and check Jedupon t period Mouths J Cos her rte tr IJV JW n T y LI krJJJLJ kfL FOR RUSSIA AND JAANlof peace were agreed upon at Portsmouth Monday the an and Japanese envoys prelim inary arrangements for au armistice concluded and the ork of framing a treaty of peace was turned over mutual agreement to Mr Martens the sian lawyer Mr Dennison the legal a Iviser of the Japanese For expetcdtjwaek made an agreement possible by yielding on the disputed points The relating to Russias interned warships and the limitation of sea power were withdrawn agreed art of the Chinese Eastern railroad cededtuiadeIwhereby the of Sakhalin is practically neutralized each coun try binding itself to fortifv it debto a mu tnacommercial privileges The- r docurnenl t laidtno ev ence that any secret are to be appended ta the The the envoys had t Breaert rejoicing in Portsmouth and such scenes pPenthusiasm as followed vibe return of Russian pleriipd j Pew Ready tbVear Hats 75c each lilts 50c to 125 Val Sale 75c each Boys Hats 8c to Oe Sailors 25e to 50c to each Lot Men and Boys t082 val ues Boys Pants 35c served PECE 3 gttsu or for W Q were that news the Hic rkfkf fF JLJauaJJJJc7LTag u lentiaties to the hotelwere never heforewitnessed in New Hampshire M Witte was overjoyed at the unI exptcted conclusion of the confer ence and declared that he had dreamed of such an outcome His fellow envoys rejoiced at what they considered great diplomatic triumph Russia Baron mum the chief Japanese plenipotentiary refused to discuss the agreement and Mr Takahira mere ly remarked that peace had been made for the sake of humanity and civilization Foreign capitalists were surpris ed at the result of the Russian Jap auese negotiations the diplo mate of the world very generously accord to President Roosevelt th credit a successful outcome o the conference CHAMBERLAINS COUGH REMEDY AIDS NATURE Medicines that aid nature are al Chambersjacts on plan It the cough relieves expectorationlopfn ture in restoring the to a r thte civilized world Thousands have testified to its superior excellence It counteracts any tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia For- byall druggists IPerhaps if the peace ers eretoholda Plunger at the bottom of Oyster Bay they could wine to tNetvYork Lrenuig Sun cc p Lot Ladies Fine ShoesVand Slippers 81 to S values Sale price j5c pair Lot Mens Shoes and Oxfords 125 to 250 values Sale price 75c to OOe iMisses and Childrens Shoes and Oxfords Dont fail to see our FIVE TEX CENT Counters Tliis close when are closedoutfirst come all THOS THE TRADE CENTER FOR BARGAIN SEELERS X bobobdbob bobZibOboltl ffefS safe t4 ACCOUNTS or I Firms ns G1 Pay per all of then not of six HUTCHESON m O S by Rus by De Rus and her not that ues 75c yl never for Ko and for allays system sale feints is2 pr UuOi7LiO7L j IN TJIE STATE Time citizens of Central City have decided to offer a site of fifty acre s of land coal for five years and 30 ooo to secure the location of the Methodist college that is to be built at some point in Western Ken tucky Attorney General N B Hays Tuesday eutered suit against the L S N R R Co for 1233080 alleged to be due on franchise taxes ofi902 amounting to 32000 which were paid only after a decision by the United States Supreme case of Caleb Powers convicted of complicity in the murder of Governor Goebel reached the Thefcase was out the State court by order of Federal Judge Cochran From this decision the Commonwealthof Kentucky has appealed to the Supreme Court ARE YOU ENGAGED Engaged people shouldremem ber that after marriage many quarrels can be avoided by keeping their digestions in good condition with Electric Bitters S A Brown of Bennettsville S Csays For years my wife suffered intensely from dyspepsia complicated th a torpid liver until she lost her strength stud vigor and became mere wreck of her former self Then sire tried Electric Bitters which helped her at once and final ly made her entirely well She is byMtand guarantees them price 50313 a bottle I MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY SEPT 1 1905 Published every Friday by ALBRIGJITisun CRnTIUN ONE Y1AK I Advertising talcs made known on application IV there is one thing that Lexington Kentucky is pre eminently proud of it is tilt beautiful ceme tery that lies just a mile from the lientl of the city on the old Frank Cfortingtoniau of thegreat nan ten that have adrlediu5tre to the citys fane takes a visitor and points out the graves of John C Breck euItridge Johi Morgan andabove Henry Clay the great Commoner But now something is strangely larking about the pretty cemetry t At first glance everything Appears ns usual There is the pict ur e qle little chape near the ornamental iron gates the well kept gravel walks the rolling blue grass rising in terraces to the imposing base of the Clay monument What is wrong Slowly the eye travels up the marble statue of Clay ing above the tree tops to restNamazement upon the spot wit ereing the statues head should be ne statue is headless Here is the fect that mars the scene Dur o a heavy windstorm that visited theof city the head of the statue w blown off and the old sexton stood aghast the morning after the storm and gazed almost awestruck at the mutilated statue that bad stood the wind and lightning for many years Had the old sexton been a poet the word front Greys Elegv might have come with double for Here rests his head upon the of Earth Henry Clay had completely lost his head something he neverdid in life The beheaded statue stands there today mute and inglorious a perpetual reo minder of mans forgetfulness It is a sad loss to the community and the State The statue faced the visiblet to came ff on all the railroads bringing plain ly to their mind the fact that ti were approaching the home of Cl a Mothers brought their grow sons to this peaceful cemetery led them to the ironbarred cophagus which reposes the slone caskets of Clay and his beloved wife and in soft toned voices read to them those sublime words of Clay cut deep in the stone lean with unshaken confidence app to the Divine Arbiter for tile truth of the declaration that I have be enco influenced by no impure purposesC no personal motives have sou no personal aggrandizement that In all my public acts 1 bavet had a sole and single eye and a warm devoted heart directed dedicated to what in my best judgment I believed to be the true interests of my country And if these words were not enough to rdTise a burning patriotism in the breast of a boy the mother would read those other words that have become equally historic I know no Northno South no East no countryon ir cophagus is another vault and in side some kindhearted person placed the head of Clay It almost uncannythis big 1 stone head which has faced the wind and rain so long and dauntlessly nose has been broken off and the mutilation gives a ghastly look to the face As if to adda g rimed humor to the scene there hangs a scroll suspended just above thepi head containing Clays most famm ous utterance I would rather be right than President It was Clayat who made Kentucky known of all men for its famous orators and brilliant and eloquent speakers It was Clay who so dearly loved K e lucky and Kentnckians in ret urn relovedlNow let the coming Legislature prove the love and appreciations Kentuckians for this beloved Stat jrnan Ly voting an appropriation sufficient to repair the damage done and replace the head to this beau lifustatueHJT is an all day ride and a hard one from Scaffold Cane to Mt Ver non and return when if we had good roads as we should the dis tance could be made in one and onehalf hours each way Time the saved is money made the I r I f r MR M WITTE the RussianI Representative is slowly sure ly eating the meals set before him by the little gentleman from Japan IF CHRIST should come to Rock castle how would he get over the County roads IOLITICS AND POLITICIANS- o Democrats are worried over the rumor that Governor Douglass of Massachusetts will cut loose from the party and become a candidate for reelection on an independent ticket Many Republican leaders are by no means certain that President Roosevelt has abandoned his deter initiation to call an extra session ol to consider the railroad rate question Negroes failed to take any pu t in Tuesdays Republican primaries in Lexington and Fayitte coal ty was determined to wait and see meellsentation on the ticket If this de mood is refused the negroes may put out a full ticket 0iVEWS ITEMS v An outbreak of cholera in Ma nila is reported Thirteen lives are known to hsve been lost in the Colorado cloud burst risThe yellow lever situation jt ew Orleans continues encour to the health authorities deA consumption cure discov ed at a New York hospital consists tli juice of raw table vegetables asWhile responding to a supposed sick call the Rev Benedict Rossii ski of Cleveland Qwas set tip beaten and robbed of 2000 The burning at the stake ofI negro for assaulting a white worn was commended by the State convention of negro Baptists at Dell Deeplapold are the parents of twentythree children their sixth pair of twins having just been born The commissioners appointed to conduct the negotiations for dissolution of the union between Sweden and Norway held their Tit meeting at Carisbad August 31 ofcityMorgan was arrested in New York meyamounting of immartdrmet Tuesday at Brussels A cabieoi fogroatvelt thanking him for his labors betalfofpeace Congressman Bar tholdts draft of a model arbitration ealtreaty was discussed Mrs a tImntributorHelen Dixie Johnson t vfirstdrowned at Isla febutwas received butheandtoRoosevelt anda par of friends witnessed a test of t submarine torpedo boat Piung er in the waters of Oyster Bay the request of the President torpedo was discharged and t a spectators witnessed the operal from the bridge of the naval sac SylphtoJohann Hoch the Chicago tvthmurderer who was to have bee in hanged Friday was given another CaksIllinois Supreme Court which will have orTlieOctoberaActing upon inslruclious receiv Tuesday from Tokio Baron fCoinura at Tuesday session oft lie conferees at Portsmouth sub to the Russiau envoys a fnewPortsmouth that this will be ac cepted by Russia and will inure by peace New Orleans feels greatly en ae0uraged at the continued reduced of new yellow fever vas made no further taawaltlng diseaeswere covered at Leeville but prom nahelpTheTatt party will separate at Kong Secretary Taft and J most of the party including Representative Sherly wi1lail for the United States on September 6 Miss Roosevelt and others of the party will proceed to Pekiu where Presidents daughter will be W guest of the Empressa P ii CATJTiON fall to Sec A C HA TT before buying summer 7plie is anxious to Shnt you Hitjstoclcj then J JImay decide sis to brr prices Take advantage of our low prices while they i last on summer wear SHOESmCllA C HIATT i t H I Arm KY = = = o yo ERN STAGE ROBBERY Xeiv lurk Evening Post Wilhin tnenty ulilesof San Fran cisco in the edge of the fashionable suburban seW nhnt of San Mateo and in broad daylight a little more than a week ago a stage was held up and sobbed by a lone highway man in the identical fashion made popular years ago in the Sierra igNeva la Mountains by Black Bart and the men of his day and kind dallyertrips from San Mateo the raihoad town over hills 15 miles away to Halfmoon Bay P small town onm the coast The robber who es thoa 4 30 But he was frightened away tram his work bfore he had finished by ailthe appearance of an Italian fruit jdler As b the San 1a5lofwrshiding his face the robber stepperS tom the roadside within 300 arc of a construction gang and ordered the driver to pull up From this point the drivers story is full of the right sort of description though we are sure that the reporters hand shows it hurryIIixed up together then I pulled them horses in Then the robber he gets that gun of his trained on y head andsays says he Throw our box An say I reached r that box in an all fired hurry Oientthe drummer he gets busy too I throws out the Wells Fargo box and then cussin me up hill and down the robber say Down with e other box which same he could see when I fumbles with th So I throws it down Now r the mail sach says lie Thet badjbuines3 amidhrsay o meAtso timeheway you some otherhtthe off side of the road just as e Dago cones around the curve the road This holdup was the third in lifornia within a week Three ys before the stage to the Yose mite Valley was robbed and a day two before another mountain made a successful raid on stage California is wondering what the explanation of this lapse into the spirit of the fifties can be CAUSE OF INSOM lNIAIIndigestion nearlyah isicause cases have been permanently cured Chamberlains Stomich and Liver Tablets For sale by all drug gists battleshmipes tortke a mu1eaboard as a mascot II MissearmaSAmericanPi y omYSIif 1rPlIDTAI ra1a ocoah a2bonieaic IIAy rsPills ant your moustache or beard Seaatifalbrown or rich black Use 7S j Id= The Commonwealth closed its case ia the Fletcher trial at Rus sellville Tuesday and tie defense began the introduction of testimony Several dramatic scenes took place during the hearing of the evidence an spectatomdbroke into applause The attorneys for the defense joined in the demonstration A motion was made that the jury be dismissed but the court overruled it paSupposey ta worthxes ufI property without a murmur what of it There are hundreds of en right here in Kansas City who would gladly pay taxes on at amound Kansas City JonrI unlIitAbalance while lighting a cigarette fell out of a boat and was iroivie d AntiTobacco League ui minie the cigarette but Kentucky ill insist that the fault lies entire with the waterVashingtont ontarfIeetteiWaysThe tissues of the throat a flamed and irritatedYOl there is more irrita Iaughand coughing You takt itln ou to t SCOTT9 S EMULSION and it cures the cold whorls necessary soothes the throat because it reduces the irritation cures the cold beau it drives out the inflammation tissuee it nourishes them backrent to their natural strength Thats how Scotts Emulsion deals with a sore throat a cough a color d bronchitis SCOTT BOWNE VS lk ani m0 If Southern Ryth BETWEEN Cincinnati Chattanooga Birmingham KnoxvilleAsHeville MobileJacksonville New OrleansK ara- dTexass Points Doeb a Daily Pullman Service to AtlantaJacksonville New Orleans Dining and Observation Cars For Rates Mret r LiGarrett W Geaifir Ctactsaatl ClUaeanoab t IfThey BUGKINGtiAMS DYE I rtrtz oL r ea a t 4 i BARGAINS at Krueger Sons 4i IiE- iiRW I have goo Suits that willsell at less than half cost We can fit a bo 20uand l11en iron 21 to 121 years of age These Suits will be sold in the next 30 days So come now dont put it offjiny longer We are doing this in goodsj f when we cant a e aresellingie keep in stock any size of win dow glass wanted Highest Market Prices paid for Country Produce ROC ClSTLE l ea I E stafeCo3IT TEKSOX KY 0IAll farms etc heu1 wilfho advertised and said on jxir cent and if no sale is made no cost for advcrtisinjf PARr No IThis farm of U7 acres located on Negro creek neat lostcecounty e at bargain owner being unable to pruporly look after saute because of uudcriisttcitis n timbered three houses on farm good gomIIstockFA IM No 2 Consists of acres which will be sold in two separate cts if desired This farm is located thcMt Vermin and Somerset roadjnear Level Green F r and is in the best farming section of the county Well footed 173 acres in weillwateredand two tenant houses convenient to postollltcitone est inIhe county A gnat IP tiI FAIIM No a A farm of 183 acres verydesirablemel in cultivation balance acres timber Good houses neverfailing spring and well splendid Grchardtclose to school house eburch oiiice A roost desirable location anti splendid harTain Any poo wisjung small farm can hltL 70 acre tract of this farm butnobuildings would attit isiun is made P ARM c IIO acres near Brod eaterscot to run arm good residence and one tenant louse Can be bought for oiiOJJ A bJgaill- EAIUJ NO iiSo acics of land hcI ween Brush creek and Orlando 20 totes in cultivation balance thnliered iwo houses and well watered Will sell cheap TOWN PKOPEISTY A clcsircable liece of town property located in 1st eeJernnn Two story house four good ots and acres of pasture to go at a bargain Property be divided up buyerAproperty in Ml Vernon BEST FOR THE lm1havent a re lar KccUyonvwels Tuamoatheatclear and clean to CANDY taloIIV CATKARTI CANDYricMantNever or lrlpc K tCih Write 1nifrersamDleandbook Address YorkKEEP CAS f ORfiAPoi Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bough Bears the- 4ianattuo X of ir+Un usE ARKS sT xl sShoesRubbersiCast EG BOQGS c R 1 To r 9i SHOESTi lineIiOfJK r 5 If not dont tail to do so before buying PRICE and QUALITY loth will suit you iXoii for business J Jtone fifr ROBT OOXPhone GC Mt Vernon Ky Mc 3ncaJONAS MCK- ENZIECOIVIEICOMEI i Iwg invite till to come and see us At my store you always find l good selection of Dr Goods and NotlollSCLOTHING 1 b Wocarrry a full line i Clothing that will suit all B areijYours very truly I ta m Phono No 83 JONAS McKENZIE JONAS McKENZIE YOUR BANKING E No matter how small no matttcr how large THE BM K of MT VERSION will give it careful attention This message applies to the men and the women alike Remember we pay 3 per cent interest on aH deposits ofti100 or more when left with the bank and not checkedupon for a period of six months or more OFFICERS CashierIrrs Q CrsciRuteSHOR- TEST LJNE QUICKEST Cincinnati Lexington srrwrn I Knoxville Asheville Savannah Atlanta Birmingham New Orleans and Texas Points rBEBULEIcesckPa E NA7XEN Passr Agt 89 E Main St Wi OAR r TTT Gen Mgr W C RINEARSON To Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tom Seven MiSoa boxes sol in past 12 months This Signature AND Trav raYv fa Two Days onwtIYltox25C MT VERNON SIGNAL r M1 VEILNONICY SEP1 I IU05 19 whenyoucut with SIGN L Z J flrn- 8 TIME TABLEI 2i north r 124 p m 24 north 332 a 23 south 124 p 21 South 1236 a TAS LANDRUJ Agent Phony No 58 Postolfliee BrickPERSOitiAI Rev J C Carraical continues landveryRev R B Mahoney was up fro Stanford Tuesdad Mrs E B Miller of Hubble visiting her daughter Miss Jesse Goodall has returned- to her home in Nashville Lloyd Maret is holding down the Western Union office at London Miss Grace Burnett of Ind ladypendenceStella TaylorleMi s 0 Pinthvill was the guest of the Thompson this week Will McClure is bach Hillelorsing of the Houk property recenSschoforseveral weeks for his health Mr and Mrs W A Coxs three year old baby has been very riously sick for several days Frank Miller is here from In pressIi ana Frank is getting along nicely over in the Hoosier state for Mrs W L Richards and so Ramey have returned from a five weeks visit in Gallatin county Oscar Bryant and sister Miss last Myrtle have charge of depot and postoffice during agent finchs ab sence largeMrMaretburgare rejoicing over the arrival of a fine boy baby last Sat urday Several couples from here and teBrodhead spent Sunday at Dr ring Springs that famous old su fjiysmersandMesdames atlMaryweek with Mrs A W Stewart and ing attending the association at Scaffold Cane Mrs Margaret Grimes was in London Tuesday establishing an agency for the California S P eAtcialty Co for which she is district last and Mrs Tom Daniels visUe ited his mother Mrs B F Sutt e oninghere this week Tom will be JudanfutureJandAlbertinJ tou WI 11WIgo to work for the Prudential Insurance Co Albert is one of Rockcastles very best boys and we trust that he will he successful in his every effort in that thriving busy city or LOCALHarCircuit Courttwo weeks from Monday There will be services at the Presbyterian church Sunday morn ing and evening FOR SALEMy home in west ago Mt Vernonzesep 13t WILLIS ADAMS His W C Mullins and iiBthave been appointed Election Com etl mIssioners for Rockcastle Sh H L Tate by virtue of his of isthe thirdmember In There will be a competitive ex amination held at the college on the Sattrdav Sept 9th for free schollter arships to the BrowlrMetn School The county is entitl nine free scholarships We ROWN MEMORIAL SCH MT VERNON Ky lour Opens October 2 1905 Col pcSchooJCurses Trained and experienced teachers holding dlgn es from nine tf the best universities ard rollges in ihectainiry Accoirmo dations for iwtnly girls at the- dnimit6ry new Terms within each of all For circulars ardresF v PrinciptKy y I 1 T 4y Chas C Davis will open a pew drugstore in the D C Poynler old stand Dr M L Mjers has bought the 3H H Baker property located on Main street Price cJjoo E IJ Brown has sold his fart u known as the William IIeuders farm to Jame Pitman for 1000 J J Purcell who sold his far willIBapttinst jJottoilto atten Mt Vernon will have a newbrirk yard owned and controled by Dr S C Davis and J T Adam They will handle The lVinches- tGraniteros briok A C Aiatl bought of the A K McClary heirs a 2q acre tract of adjoining the J T Tate farm Primce paid 25000 iThe Totes Creek Baptist A sociaI tion was in session with Scaffold Cane Church Tuesday Wednesday of this week Large crowds were in attendance sunMONEY toea in our hands which we tv illis on approved security No ss than 100 or more C is officeISOURevnuubeginSaturday night to continue one week This is the new churcht tly erected near the Purcel ol house CARD OF THANKS The wife mother brothers and sister of Mr tdSeitbis life have requested us to ex to the people of Brodhead and community their heartfelt thank the many favors and kindnesse hoarn o The London fair which clos- Friday was a great succe from a 1hadCicrowdr Not only was it first in ths particular but the exhibits and thft premiums were the equal ofa ntJ other r fair in the state alheand 16 in JerusltPerrat The city lath twelve thou furlongs in length bread heigth Our friend W A s has fiigured out that a boa that size divided into too jmberoomsEa meeting held in Mt VernolE Monday it was decided that aWill partial independent ticket should put in the field to orpose the Llican nominees The fa otvfamily is the independent ticket ge J B Lair County Attorney W Brown Clerk Parkie Sc oft Jailer G W Decker There l be no candidates in the sheriff e s rocLifDr S C Davis who has recently become an extensive realest owner on the street running fromf Kruegers lime kiln to the tunnel to lather the extension of old Main has appropriately name mon Avenue in honor of R obtMessrs Harmon otie of the countys carpenters who has helped to b quite a number of residences 00oft street A visitor to our town a few days was asked by one of the citi R what he thought of the town reply was I like your peo thereAker is t9n itertffter ofiteyour nts many places about the town the stench is almost unbearable w slop water and other waste mat has just simply been dumped thedhogs I age regret to have to so concertOOL ting town but such are the condi us and the sooner the full im Ctbehors to our town see it and tai Of Itht3Jedu 10TbefeIJfcerrly oust tn behalf the tyttalbe31 the 38 situation id Rev B S Da vault will prey at Hummel Grove Saturday pig and Sundaj It is suggested to non subscribers who use local exchange phones that in as much as they get Ire c service they Hi least should look llouie number before calling the ex helpIIrs w followlingan when followed by S means three rings LIVlNCJSTOiN W C Mullins is in La Follette ueras to Thursday ralter Rivers and family moved Pennington Gap Thursday Miss Kate Redd of Crab Orchard is visiting Mrs J S CooperMr John Silvers is in a very critical condition with few hopes of re covery Mrs Will Stanley enter tained Mr and Mrs Joseph Stanley Joe Stanley Jr Garrard Burton and Mr and Mrs Harry Magee with a iiumbfr one good dinner last Little Aggie Poynter of Corbin here visiting her aunt Mrs Sue toDfullinsAirs Emerson Rice and Broalehead last weekMrs Mahala Car is visiting relatives at Mt Vcr Misses Anna Parsons and Melvin Walton and Rice Walton visited relatives near Brod last weekMrs E S El more entertained few friends with with a dining Wednesday Mr and Mrs Bract Graves of Corbin zed Mrs Claud Linville of Paris ere visitors of Mrs E S Elmore Saturday and Sunday MissGeor ia McFerron entertained a numi ber of friends at the Rice Hotel last Friday evening Miss Cora Adams and Mrs J K Stuckey also enteIrained at their respective leecSundaslccompani d by Miss Cora Adamst jnforMrs C H Chapman ard clang h Miss Mary Chapman and Mrs W Fowler and son Irvine t Russellville are the guests of h Mrs JS Starks Mrs Win sj and daughter and Miss Barnett of Wallaceton are visit the home of Mrs L H DayisJAir J T Meriiiiee of St Marys OuerBis hidrs becvstlHhaveMiss Clara Betts ofI was the guest of Mrs Thol last weekMr and 11 Hilton have moved to Paris Mr and Mrs J E Woodall at endpd a reunion of the Stitt at Mt Vernon Tuesd Mr and Mrs Thos Daniels of Lebanon Junction A r Sutton of Mo Frank and Cossie Sutton were also guestsEdgar Elkins son ol Mrs James Woodall was killed by falling state in the Johnson mines Mondiy evening about 8 oclock gotale d sympathy is for the mother and sisters left mourn his sudden death The Wtdrd a ern o 0 n John and Oscar Arg enand Junctionutlu r Louisvill is spending his acasame tion with his parents Hon and Mrs Samuel WardMr and B Mullins and Mrs T D rnonlhavenon Junction is here visiting his sister Mrs W W Wright In reply to Buck Varnons question in hereour last wees Signal Mrs J E Wood attention to John 15 14 Ye are my friends if you do what so everPuts command you There the Savior keepHistisra is one not to get to be his friends but because we are his keepbisCommandmpntsnot God into our hearts but beet shedIul says the love Chrisf constraineth us 2d Cor explaino to es see e of truth Does for in this case CtSliI order 10or because of f l bjItHe was taken to the hospita- lKnoxvilleThere at is always a story in circulation about some one There is always a confidential lie being whisperedthrough the neiglui borhood about some citizen and andIaidsthe town gossip it isyour duty to tell him about it If you keep still reputationdfoot you are oing him a great in justice It would be a good thing if lies were planted on the atmosLphere in which they were ant the liars picture attached to them there would not be so molly lieftold lint the atmosphere would hypocrisyto JtI1l1uityFri por Tayin the loth birthday anni tRefreshmentslittle folks present were Ethel Hayes Aggie Poynter Ruth Mul has Nettie Rice Alma Pope Lil Q 1SisterMcGuire Frank Orndorff Floyd bryant Reese Ward Egbert Sal g yers Menefee Elmore Walter cwningMul s McGuire Charlie rand Frank Tubbs also Misses Georgia McFerron and Lida Cook w and Mr J E Rroodx- ll1tDJ0LN1U ft COUNTIES While firing an oKl cannon inTcelebration of his birthday Cheuault of Richmond was badly injured by a premature explosion He may lose the sight of both eyes Dr M K Pennington a prom inent dentist and his children Tommy and Sallie were thrown aril from a buggy drawn by Shetland pony at London Monday The awayftan convalescing from an operation for tuberculosis of the hip hone His are ries are serious and will Aruba cause his death The children are not serious hurt Dr 0ingtonFarrisIr a orl J county near the Laurel county fair excitersAltamont the confessed slayer is in London jail Louis Bledsoe 1Maffidaitsause he failed to speak to him er he had spoken to Farris say Ill male you speak The the were strangers The dead man was left alone till morning and rstvherr found had been robbed but not by the slayer The negto friendssay he was crazy The Jail = ThayAs there was no notice of J D Hamtn for constable I hereby announce myself as an independent candidate for constable in Brodhead easeaudSept 3t DAVID M PRESTON LAND STOCK ANn CHOI HIJIiCreenSTRAY HOGS Threfe hogs bareStwo sows black with few white atspots about one year old weight about too UH Owner can have by paying for this notice and other damages NICHOLSiul A1 fPl sVJ Why is it that Ayers Hair Vigor does so many remark able things Because it is a hair food It feeds the hair new life into it The hair air Vior1cannot keep And gradually all the dark rich color of early life comes back to gray hair mmll5ea seaAx KLOllJIsTIJr raseutuul ijnttuJl r Ayltnco ar for asmo Gray Hair fOLmIf NFFBDTAR Witt Collet iQYIIRb Pct yv o11 r xpd mrV 4T 1 y J rn 1 hI J L4 1CJosi rIg Out Sei1fJl = =tTt i W Having decided to go West we now offer 24 or sale our entire stock of Dry Goods Cloth i ing Shoes etc at ACTUAL COST for CASH Come one and alland take advantage of this 5 y jn 1 great opportunityof supplying your wants alf 5 3VeMJfirstclass tip tod te store So come and bek convinced that what we say is true w S 7EVi gpx have the Goods you want and are making the piice to suit 9C HE WEST SOUTHWEST CALIFORNIA ETC Best reached via Missouri Pacific E Railway or Iron Mountain Route ri wgreatlyrates 1905 2tjtoE Oklahoma Territories audI numerous points in other Western IEStates Great opportunity for the homeseeker or investor Home seeker round trip tickets on sale SJ every first and third Tuesdays of each month limited 21 days Lauds cheap rates arc low Cheap jround trip rates now in effect to winter resorts of the West and Southwest Liberal limits and stop throughStandard = Louis yia Missiuri Pacific Railway Iron Mountain Route also per sleepersTuesdays angeDescriptive particularsTicket Agent or address R T G 30JNortonRobert J Collier who bought birthplace of Abraham Lincoln expresses a willingness to turn the propertj over to the National Gov ernment or some patriotic society narksuuJosephPrice =Inflrmarv STANFORD KY audPelvicvGenitoulillrvDiseases of Nervous System Skin and InstiItution t Staticllcetricity promptl No contagions diseases ad l t PHYSICIANS INVITED TO rEND THEIK PATIENTS HERE FOK TREATMENT g 0 C DlA ADAtSr3 1s 11 Itc k LloJ xro r 9 V J I UNDERTAKEr g ZSFUNERAL Mt Stock Complete Can furnish oil short no = Embalmingdone 3 I ORDERS by wire Promptly Filled Phone No 63 5HHHUUHl ad6bbi57l8 itf liiiiti3ill H U i VEllOlV Front THE OLD DiniGSTOUE IN Till COUNTY Cheapest Drugs Anywhere Charge Prescriptions Childrens Diseases a Specialty All come fair treatment Yt Jo v1 Y o AY7 rA jj QRAIMVILLE C1Yt a j IBrodhead Ky I j1 IL r Ilf 1 A r HANDS ESHOSHOEieath tsxrstyles Al This is 47MAKERS by MT fiiaghtBlgnataleai terTha Msors out BignLtureIl caE ia T nnnnnnnitnUttnHiiHinuliUis PRACTICAbI a Vernon Ky Ul UHHHl11i111 Hl The RELIABLE BEST No for for Proprumm7YCr e all all one yCOMPLETE LTNE Collins Caskets and Robes Tf All Mail Telegraph or Telc phone orders Promptly tFilled vy X J it wvw9 WITH TH MHARACTERI Sold F Krueger Sons PRItE 350 VEIIXOX KKSTIUKY As OASTOElJABO- Ui OAs1Jont Bone teaTlul iff+c- lj 53 4 WilEN YOU CATCH COLD Do not take chances on it wearing awayor experiment witli some unknown preparation which may leave the bronchial tubes and lungs weakened and susceptible to attack from the germs of Pneumonia or Consumptionm FOLEYS HoNvfARI IifromIt Saved His Life After the Doctor Said Consumptiont There is no doubt but I had an awful cough I commenced taking Foleys Honey and Tar and found relief from the first and three bottles cured me completely Three sizes25c 100 size contains onehalf times as much as the small size the t5t100 bottle almost six times as much Refuse Substitutes H SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY IVIT VERNON DRUG KENTUCKY FAIR DATES The following are the dates fixed holding the Kentucky fairs 1905 as far as reported- Klizabethtown Sept 53 days Glasgow Sept 134 days The Kentucky State Fair Lex ington September 86 days Henderson Sept 266 days Falmouth Sept 274 days Oweusboro October Io5 days AND THE- NORTHWEST FROM LOUISVILLE VIA Henderson Route JCORRESPONDING Low rates to Washington Oregon Utah Montana and all intermediate points JEST Tickets on sale daily up to and including May 15 1905 JSS7 a Also SPECIAL HOMKSEEKKRS Rates to the West and Suuth west on certain dates If you contemplate a trip ask us for rates If you would travel in comfort see that your ticket reads the HENDER SON ROUTE between Louis villa and St Louis Ee Free reclining chair cars on all of our St Louis trains Direct connections in St Louis Union Station with all lines to the ti West and Southwest L J AglL- OUISVIILEr TOGO TO ROJSY It is this way Wlien I need spectacles I go to Franklin at Mt Vernon and have eyes tested and he does it right When the need changing heroes it freeo charge He also keeps sewing machine needles all machines oil bel- tsc s Repairs your spectacles when Lr ken your watches and clocks when they dont run jun 301 TOGO L SIX MILLION ACRES The State of Texas will place on sale Sept 1st 1905ix million ares of State lands scattered throughout the State at from 100 to 300 per one fortieth cash down forty years time on balance 3 per cent Write for particulars also about cheap rates to the Southwest Aug 15 Sent 5 and 19 Oct 3 and 17 I LW L BEAU3IE G T T A 031103 BELT ST LOUIS Ambassador Reid will shortly te1 the guest of three Dukes and Karls successively True fourJ astMilwaukee Sentinel J r 6 ATTACKED A MOB And beaten in a labor riot until covered with a Chicago street car conductor applied Buckler Arnica Salve and was soon sound and well use lulu my family writes G J Wechof Teknnjhn Dlichand find it perfect Slmpl ly great for cuts and burns y VcrInonOVER NINETEEN HOURS SAVED TO MEXICO By the superb double daily service over the Iron Mountain Route and connections the shortest and quickest line front St Louis to City of Mexico through San AJ to and Laredo Through Pullman sleepers daily leaving St Louis ElegantDiningMexico is attracting the investor and pleasure seeker Low rates liberal stop over privileges Now is the time to go For escriptive literature rates etc see earest Ticket Agent or address R T G Matthews T P A Iron Moue BldgLouisville That eminent asphaltomat Fran cis B Loomis indicates an inten tion to resign as Assistant Secreta ry of State Its a great gift to b able to see a boot coming just be fore it starts Philadelphia North American GOT OFF CHEAP may well think he has got off cheap who after having contract ed constipation or indigestion still able to perfectly restore hii health Nothing will do this but Dr Kings New Life Pills A quick pleasant and certain headache constipation etc 250 a drugstore of the ML Vernon Drug FILLIN THIS AND rr TODAY 5w44 TK A Policemans winter N Patterson night policeman I find a bad on my lungs TestimonyIadvertised cough medicines and had without getting any benefit A friend and Tar and twothirds of a greatest cough and lung medicine in and The 50cent two arid and I CO for for DollarsPTO California THE over KY my for acre interest BY sore its nio He cure for the Co cold CtKKi OK LAJIH BACK AFTER FIF TUKN YEARS OK SUFFERING I had been troubled with lame hall for fifteen years and I found ofjIThis liniment is also without an qjsal fur sprains and bruises It is sold Lall druggists i Wine of Cardui Cured Her Streete E GA March 21 1003 suffered for four months with g extreme nervousness and lassitude J I had a sinking feeling in my S stomach which no medicine seemed 1 j appetiteIjj ity In three weeks I lost fourteen 4 S pounds of flesh and felt that I must 3 find speedy relief to regain niyte ofep my a friends I sent for a bottle tutd was tcertainly very pleased with the j results Within throp days my I appetite returnedand my stomach coultlIand the nervousness gradually g diminished Nature performed I her functions without difficulty 4and I am once more a happy and a woman ijOLIVE JOSEPHI oftWine of Cardui TodayI Arkansas Southern lands Timbered rolling perfect drain age no swamps good water Grow corn cotton small grains cow peas and believed to be the coming clover and alfalla countypor clay soil and clay subsoitdH lands in Southwest Splerdid Iest rangeWrite say and Homeseekers rates iAug 15 Sept 5 and 19 Oct 3 r7 K W JAn AUJIE R P T A BELT ST LOUIS TO CONSUMPTIVES tohellhsrvcrnl e rs witha severe lung nttrctiou ami that dread disease anxious to make known to lib fellow sit IlesireIhopessufrrrersvai ill desirlig the prescription rliicli drovehlln a Wllov llruoklyn New York mar a jr St Francis Valley LandS Of Southeast Missouri and Nor east Arkansas river bottom in soil rich as cream for corn wheat oats clover titnothv alfalfa fruits cropsInnow ap invc gate this fall Homeseekeis Aug 15 Sept 5 and 19 Oct 3 17 Write fr St Francis Valley book let E 1VLABEAU3IEGTT A COTTon BELT ST LOUIS CALIFORNIADo you want to live where the climate is mild the year round where labor is never oppressed by stress of weather and where animal vitality is never lost by mere conflict with cold Do you want to live in a region where the resources are more varied than in any other equal area in the world where the division 30ofassure you a competenceI tie Do you want to live where with a minimum oflabor you can grow profitable crops of grapes and small fruit oranges lemonseolives 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 ton your coming The Chicago Union Pacific andtid Linet P is the most direct route to the Pacific Coast and there are two are fast through trains y via this line over the famous double all track railway between Chicago and the Missouri River linethroughoutSeptemberto make the trip at a minimum of expense Daily and personally conducted excursions are operated through to San doublebertb II Chicago NorthWestern Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Railways COUPON MAIL W KNISKERN IT N w Ry Chicago Ill ItparticularaJ t I c r 4 o11ICKOUY CHIPS IOLD o our Associate Suitor IThe Depailmeut of Justice has been keeping h elf verv buy these elms 01 course it is the grand July that dirtily hands uvn ibt indUinems in UieAgrriilttuil pat unetit case IIllt1then ibc IK paitmuit iif Jii luu Is pshnarhy rep roniJt It sounds very uiov three of the nrople Support to concerned in the cotton leik jeuit dal are to be tried Moses Haa and Fieactick 1eckhnm of Yoik and Jdtvin Holmes Jr ctI socate Matistician of the A tnral Deparmet have all beer IniIlaudcl1tallywhat to the surprise of the public got a local SiUDier of natiouiil no toriety Thomas Wu xailian allG indicted him at the aue time iu t for complicity in the cotton le kibut tn the cUaigertfinirappnipnai ing funds under wiwlllrein he Wcis trustee This was only one againsbutt IIIjveare mere ly indictments Perhaps some the indictednavgo to jail Just as likely they will rut But it s sad commentary on ihe moral aI eneracy of the America office holder and busaes man that uh bamac authorities at all ItI has gotten to the point in Wash mgfon whereto misquote Prcsi dent Cleveland little the averagt jtnan regards a public office as a private snap The administration has an invesligatinj commission public isrdoubt as to the Pre ident Irerarnesturss in the matter limit tilt chances are that the Keep Com mis injIis heartily sich of the farces under the routes of investigations that have been exploited in Washing ton in the past There is enough in several of the public departments that needs investigating but it is verybud ccthinlilta commission ofa different political faith that would not have the same interest in Pro tecting its protege No one wishe all1lhlntes g but success s labor It is only to be lOped that the commission will nut conclude during the cuning season that il is meeting with too much success andso relax its efforts TLIKEugIntltYsocuugh1coldtseiter act promptly likeC liar ssIcoused bjsmoke and ccal dart ou in lung s after finding no Hh fit UrKmsgumption Coughs and Ciids lunyutedicfneof the Ml Vernon Drug Co and f1 guaranteed Trial hoti tree If Governor ri ff Davis and Gov J K Vardainali get into the United Statgs Senate with Ia Ittte ah ady there we belief e HunI Ben Tinman will resign =Charles Yeses and Couii r A RcMbpv WITHOUT PURR I find Chamherfains Scnmich and Livef Tjbhts more lene al than any other remedy Lever r used for stomach trouble says J Klote of EainarMo For any discirder of the jtimach billiiius ness or con tipaieu flies tablets without a peer Fcr Jae by druggi ts ILIii tF = rlcF Pt 1 ts Si1Ciwlilivchlw tlEo InitittCSl9ni t W jt tJaI 111roto tt C n lrUtlldLUr lltef It 1Ti A Ilr9ti fSvAtfllMlf- lItrpEr cri- Arau IIr Jnir1actItentitJ Ibr non Sour Stmna htkzcritaca r Worm5ConU1s uttsFcfertsh ntss m1tl Loss OF S rrs Facsimile Sibaa e or 1ahff l oJr Jor VSZAaER f a CMcCLARY Undertaker CC rmr aimGJi lEn1uI1 NEof O tee tSiSI r leis In Telephone attend promptly Stnrvforr FtltEis io Tii Cures Golds Prevents otaI tv1v1 I ra MONUMENTAL Brodbcnd WOIHSI Granite nail Marble Monuments and TonilStpnes ALL A7ORk FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVEN Cm feF j One acre trait of land on the waters of runlu d creel On dwell in house timlier nulcoal Tin farts llltapl1OI ono NtFur chrdre era rare o oaaro 6 PREMIUMS t Ltr irA T i DOli or 3ttftzts Itnu Children Kin- dAiwys a l Ha i g Bears r f- 1a a oft h 11 4tlFcr Over Use I ThrrlY Years M C1 Jj I fTnmIA o C C Villiams- AT TO RM BY ATLA W KYI o Ii JPVtutoPhone No So lVl L M V ERS Mt Yernoa Ky f FinkChM Fork j residence on CM Main St kuowtt as time C C Wil liams residence PHOXB No 73 IARUDHIlipevery noon 1tYrVr SINK Tablets All druggists refund the Honey ifit fails to cure F11 Groves signature is OR each box 25CtS y Governor Folk says thesun never sets on the Missouri mule Of course not Old Sot is nobodys trnpltuolIerver Iost KENTUCKY9S BIG SfItIE fAIR AT LEXINGTON BIG September 1823j SLJ9ooo Ientist OFFICEAt 61HI PREMlUIS THE GREATEST DISPLAY OF LIVE STOCK AND AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS EVER ATTEMPTED IN THE SOUTH 3 5 5 0ylonts1 Magnificent Exhibitions The Famous DUSS SANDos 40 Pieces For Catalogue or Further Information Address GEO A BASN Secretary Lexington Ky V fRADEMg S Yr arf r