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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7 Published Every Friday 7 7 rnuui frettii igitlI =VOLUME XVIII MT VERAON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 8 1905 NUMBER 40 ILestYouI gBee3C8DoC ForgetGreat j ClearancE SALT Billl Continues i Time Extended to Sepfemtelft iOn which date we will place on sale the Largest and Most Attractive stock of Winter Goods of every variety imaginable that it has been our pleasure to show goodweree prices went up like a balloon hence we will b- goods e able to sell cotton all winter at the same J old prices Not every man wh raises a crop of wild oats F is a farm hand neither is i every man who has few goods a Merchant- If you want the right igoods at the right prices buy your Merchandise of a Merchant tiU r o T17 LEVEL GgtiEN Mrs Broughton out merchants gelsnakeweIlldeveloped tongue coiled upand jumped at a fly that pestered it and struck with cengeancelike other sn ikes The in upper half was deep red while the other was paler when viewed with the nakedeye but spotted when put under a plass She eats no more cabbage We would like to heaRctenttststAnswer to Livingston corres pondents question You mean to ayawaaptized for the remission of sins instanIlcesis a more a mdependingand use A conj usually connects only while a prep connects words and at tbe same tim shows a relation of its object with a preceding word Tile obj and prep fcrm an adjunct modifying the antecedent term Hence we can clearly see the thalationshipbetween showing a re its ohj reniis sion and the antecedent term re pint and be baptizedof sins is an adjunct to remission Now we eau clearly see that the Jews on the day of Pentecost were commanded to both repent and le baptized for the same purpose and cant be rendered otherwise unless we change the reading thus Repent for remission of sins and be baptized I want no controversy We have no news but could fill its our column with personals and visits but it would not be interesting Some of our folks attended the fair it Somerset Politics is puttingcoi n her electioneering and will warm things up by the ides of November Poplar Grove church be willreceive the finishing touch quite a creditably country congre hismtblttPleasant will preach and Poplar Grove his yearJep Mullins went visit ng SuudayH W Brown and an vife spent Sunday with J N at Brown helping to make a long wearisome day pleasant and 5it di too What a blessing good friends ire when we come to the bed of filiction only one thing on earth beats it and it is worth all else Now I will begin a series of Bible questions running from Genesis along the whole Bible to Kevela tions What is the first promise nade to man after the fa1lWhatl- aw or command was given the intediluviant What is the differ nee between the law of Moses the moral law and the law spoken o n connection with the pro hets he law and the p ophet I may asked some of these snot they have not been answered These are fox sisters in particular a iud the Rev re11ides reIentlyGeorge Owens is wearing out n1 degrees kept up now by opiates a O how we dread Ichallges souoId where two eternities meet it open we step through leaving that hose that was or is most dear t us Let us prepare to be with good people when we leave here VARNONaARE YOU ENGAGED reumeherquarrels can be avoided by keepi n their digestions in good condition BrownIsays r years my wife suffered inten from dyspepsia complicated torpid liver until she lost herI strengthand vigor and becam a mere wreckof her former selfIThen she tried Electric andfilaltlynow strong and healthy Sold Mt Vernon Co who s andguarantees them cts aa bottletLiJbNtYCUI tlfiksx Kdocyad BlxMcr Rifbl r fV b NEWS ITEMS A syndicate has been formed in Chicago with a v ew ot operating il an electric railway line between jf that city and New Dissent in Japan YorkIcessions granted to puce conference is so deep that aljtj revolution would not be surprislV g The Porte has replied to the sixI embassies at Constantinople decline 3 ing to accept the scheme propoed MaceIobert J Tracewelly Controller Treasury at Washington has practically recovered from the juries v recently sustained in a run y accidentIThe Emperor of Japan has cabled congratulations to Roosevelt on the result of PresidentI monthconference He treaty is based on principles j Farjhast result but the reports from parishes are discouraging One case was reported at Atlanta the patient having become infected at Pensacola R G Dunn Cos weekly trade review says that peace and pros perky Csucciuctly express business conditions and that domestic ports were of the most encouraging nature Bradstreet presents the same optimistic commercial view The consulting boardof engineers which is to consider plans for the building of the Panama canal held first meeting Friday in Wash ington A letter from Chairman Shouts was read inviting the en to visit the isthmus with the nnissioners The degree of doctor of laws will conferred on Andrew Carnegie Whitelaw Reid Charlemagne Tow Nicherolas Murray Butlerand Dr William Holland by St Andrews Universi ton the occasion of Mr Carl cg s installation as lord rector Secretary Bonaparte has issued order convening a courtmartia the Mare island navy yard September 15 for the trial of Corn dwander Lucien Young and Ensign Charles T Wade on charges grim ling out of the explosion on board the gunboat Bennington at San Diego in July W R Polk Fletcher why narrowly escaped the death sen fence at Russellville for alleged criminal assault on Mary Gladder has made an affidavit den ing any relationship or connection with aty supposed briber of N E Christian the who held out fora peni ftenliary sentence of twentv years According to reports received at innethe number of cases of cholera and high percentage of mortality the records showing fifty one cases and nineteen deaths The German Im penal Health Officer thinks the dnseease to the United States is remote Public Printer Palmer has re quested the resignation of Oscar J RickettF foreman of printing and L C Hay foreman of the job dii IIiparsto foriIDayton railroad system has per fected pirns fora through line tro Chicago to Charleston S C I AshnthrougnKentucky where the railroad ha acquired 350000 acres of coal lands President Zimmerman says that the hhfrom 2500000 to 3000000 tons year CHAMBERLAINS COUGH REMEDY This is a medicine of great worth olland merit Try it when you hnve cough or cold and von vertu to be pleased whim the quick reli which it affords It is pleasant take and can always be depende- upon For sate by all druggists r ij t k y fIHSA Established 1887S c c883ca rlr r iJft 0l jJV VWvLYJt1 WE ARE NOW GETTING iREADY FOR OUR J 0 Fall Opening Sep1 I6 W t 1 = rr tv r orderto make room for our complete Fallg land Winter goods we are closing out seasonable fgoodsat a very close price fW f Mens Wool Hats 15cts to 35ctslien Fur Hats 50cts to 100 f Boys Wool Hats 10cts to 25cts 5 IIen s Coat and Vest 50 to 2 50Boys Coat and Vest 1 2o ft- A Mens Brogan Shoes broken sizes Ooccnts fYJ ALSO A NEW LINEr 6 Best Calicoes atc per yard Fall Ginghams at Scents and cents per yard if v Check Cotton 5 cents per yard Ladies Readymade Skirts 00 to 4 OOeach mhii 3 open our complete line of fall and winter goods at lottestprlces Watch our ad 11f K W OUR 31t1T0Good Goods at Lowest Prices fair treatment to all r qt o c q 3 THO CHERRY EHODHEAl KENTUCKY w r 71TLi1iaJtctJtdjci17oJtdJ7d17d17dlldlTd17d1tc7aJl1 y 1The Gibralter of Rockcastle tFinancialj p ll CITIZeNS BftNK I tata OF BRODHEAD KY t I C ti = i Offers to the people a safe and conservative ffl m Banking System ACCOUNTS OFIt mIJldividual Firms and arpara cans 50lici led iyour toil we gliarante a plcsI fP t IGive profitable relation m Pit y 3 per cent interest on all deposits 100Imore when left ill the hank and not cheek nupnthst YJ j J W UTCHcSON Casher tj + L 1i 0 JBBatd a27dZOdold d B d d a aBPd 2 Sill RSIeJ R Taylor Craig a nice horse Deck says he paid 125 but doubt it very much He also says he has quit the road for all time to come and that he intends to marry settle down and go to living like some bodyA number of persons from here are the Baptist As jsociation at Pisgah this Dowell and Walter Owens have returned from the mountains Some few have begun cutting corn IMiss Helen Sayers has returned several days visit to Shelby Linnetta Spring and oth- cpointsFred r Thompson of non Junction is visiting friends an relatives hereJohn Cable who has been m Indiana for past year has returned flr a two months visI it Like out Brodhead correspondent would ask the people t reportall items of interest to us tJ We cant know everything thaF is happening and sometimes for hellsus outThe writer attended the teachers association held at Maple e Grove school house Saturday The a whole program was but most of itwas the good dinner whith one never fails to get when iu that splendid community wayVdnwn our heats sympa thiz with Bill Donley who after eaiing only two big pieces roasr piecesef of to two a e d drank so much vinegar just b cane the girls told him to that he tii 1 5r t i t 4 h J 1 l t n not eat any more We also JOhnIettawe dont care to be on that car when it goes faster although the motorman said he was running at only half speed j1Hl EJUR RScUREDf O 2fBottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera anti Diarrhoea Remedy Mr G W Fowler of Hightower Ala relates an experience he hadt while serving on a petit jury a murder case at Edwardsville coun seat of county Ala He sacs While there r ate some fresh meat and some souse meat iiidnever more sick in my life and sent to the for a certain cholera mixture but the druggist sent a bottle Chamberlains Colic Chole insteadosgnt but that this medicine was so much better he would rather send it to in the fix I was in I took oneI dose of it and was better in five minutes The second dose cured entirely Two fellow jurors were afflicted in the same manner and one twentyfive cent bottle cured the three of us For sal by all The Great Texas Bill Wild West- t Shows and Worlds Best Rough Riders will exhibit Mt Vernon on Friday Sept t511t This is one ofthe most realistic Wild West Shows nowon the road rind will attabonre date THE TRADE CEN TER FOR BARGAIN SEEKERS tr- r Ti 1f00 9 I t us business of or i we attending weekM- G we we enjoyable in we of isJ in ty Clebonrne drugstore me me me druggists in LAND STOCK AN DCKOL1 I A Bowman bought of J B Livesay 9 2 yearold heifers average 64411 5 at 2 4cis Anderson Huggins of Preach ersville bought of James Dolan 4 2vearold heifers at 5 cts Also Ed Owens 6 number one 2yearolds at same price Schoberth Edwards bought this week from different parties 22 fat heifers 800 to 1000111at 3c 3J c from Tyler Hampton 14 head of jolb Iambs at 4c and from Horatio S Bright 26 hogs averaging 135 tt sats c Louis Marshall and M W Barry had an excellent sale at Buck Pond Satur day There was a good crowd of strong bidders present Three work mules sold at from 123 to 180 eachsix 2yearold mules 119 to 139 twelve yearling mules 50 toioo milch cows 25 to 18 horses 90 to 125 eleven 2year old steers 35 50 a head eight 3yearold steers 41205 six year ling heifers 25 bull 28 three broodsows 13 each three brood sows Sto 75 each seven boars hatedetimothy hay 9 a ton loose hay 825 sheaf oats g toWoodford Sun CAUSE OF INSOMNIA Indigestion nearly always dis sorbs the sleep more or less and is often the cause of insomnia Many curedtby Chamberlains Stomach and Liv tlttiggists t t t 5 MT VERNONSIGNALI FitJAY SEPI 8 1905 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT StTBCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Adverting rales wade known ont application A Rood live corporation is an absolute necessity to the welfare of any town Whfit is being done tovards get tin uut a good ward of trustees POLITICS AND POLITICIANS u The Republicans of ayette coups ty in cotivenSicn at Lexington Sac urSJy uoiin ted a lull county and cttidcl The Republican Committee of r FlemingsIhurg William Wilt lor Kejrvsautarive Mr Wilt was publisher of the Gazette a Republican weekly printed at Flcmingsburg which was recently destroyed by fire r LIYINGST01 John A Mullins was in Mt Ver non Monday Bert Whilehead the firm of Baker S Whitehead is in Louisville this week Henly Bastin of Lancaster was here Wednesday Kngineers Pryer and Hampton were in town Sunday J T Ireland visited his family at Paris Saturday and Sunday Lou Gray of Lebanon Junction is the guest of Mr and Mrs Geo Pope Mr and Mrs Jerome Adams Bate decided to remain in Livings ton having purchased a cottage of It B Mullins Miss Cora Adams returned home from Lancaster Wednesday after noonMrs Mattie Drlph and children of Louisville are here visiting numerous relatives and friendsMr and Mrs M Elmore ofStanioid were the guests of Mr and Mrs L M Veterfield last weekMrs Susie Mullius return ed home from Corbin Monday Mr and Mrs Roy Mullins of Cor bin are visiting Mrs W F Tubbs Mrs J E Woodall is attending the Baptist Association near Mt VernonMrs Anna Quinn and baby Beulah of Covington will spenda mouth with her parents Mr and Mrs J B Haes Master McCormack Martin of Covington is visiting his grandmother Mrs Susie Patterson William Stanley was injured at the coal bins last week suffering a sprained armEngineer Warren Starks fell from his engine at Sinks Sunday afternoon and was considerably bruised about the head and faze and his left wrist was broken Mrs Rachel Silvers died Friday evening Sept 1St She leaves seven small children to mourn the loss of a devoted motheJ Miss Bert Mullins is visiting in Louis ville and Lebanon Junction Mrs John Howell and Gertrude have re turned to Lebanon Junction Rachel the infant daughter of H Jamkins and granddaughter of Mr and Mrs J T Chewning died Tuesday Mr Lamkins and the Chewning family Lave been doubly afflicted the babys mother having died the 29th of July They have the sympathy of many friends Harvey Mullins the little son of Mr and Mrs H C Fordyce died Tuesday afternoon age 20 mouths The little ones were buried at the same time in the Ward cemetery school girls acting as pall bearers Funeral services were conducted by Elder John Pope at the graves Mr and Mrs J E McRoberts have returned alter a two week visit with relatives and friendsMrs C H Chapman and daughter Miss Mary Chapman and Mrs J W Fowler and son Irvine ofRussell ville who were the guests of Mrs J S Starks have returned home John Mullins old dog Jack died Friday He was a veteran among dogs being 15 years old and renowned as a scrapper He was buried with all honors due hltlliLon Avgenbright of and Tom Argenbright of Louis the week with ttieIdotliof Coal King Judge Chenault of Richmond is here He will open upu coal mine at old Dillion Switch There are bright days store for Livingston yet It r f strange how some persons can Jo about the world with a spirit of hate in their bosoms for certain persons and affairs from which they are never exempt For years they pass and repass acquaintances and never speak living neighbors they never commune together and tile best things they cart say about the objects of their enmity are hard words and execrations Oftcn such conditions exist between blood relatives whose very ties of kinship should make them love and bear with each other if nothiig else would And just as often you find members of the Church prufe ed Christians harboring the spirit of implacable hatred which is one of the devis chief graces No wonder the world is full of trouble and sorrow and evil influences- whn the cold specters of malignity are forever stalking among us If oily these strange characters touid- lony bridge that dark chasm of hatred with a word of love and fel ilowship they would be surprised the joy and peace it would bring to their soulsExL- UCKY MISTAKE When James edijtorpublisher of the New York Ledger was struggling to build up its circulation and decided to try a little adverlSsemeng consisting ofeight Southworthsjf it to the Herald marked for one line Mr Bonners handwriting was so had that the words were red in the Herald office as page Accordingly the line was set up and repeated so as to occu py one entire rage Mr Bonnet was thunderstruck the next rr ruI ing He had not to his name money enough to pay the bill He rushed over to the Herald office gOOd1Infelt Orders for the Ledger poured in until the entire edition wasix haustedand another one was printed The success of the Ledger was then established Ever after that time Mr Bonier was an ardent be liever in advertising and a liberal purchaser of space Ex TEACHERS ASSOCIATION The teachets association of dis trict No 4 will meet Galloway 3rd Saturday in Sept at 930 a PROGRAMME Devotional exercises R C Bell Welcome address Mrs R C Wade Response Wade H Brown Music by choir The best waj to secnre and hold attendance in school Misses He len Singleton Mattie McFerron Messrs Baldwin and T C Johnson Noon reading Miss Bessie Rey nolds Discussion The best way to awaken interest in the study of history Mrs Fish back Misses Georgia ard Mattie McFerron Fannie Cuhon and Mr H F Morris and Lee Chesnut Mr Sigmon to prepare and read- a paper The following parties contribute Messrs Win Dooley and Wade Brovn Mesdames Wade and Fishback Misses Culton McFerron and Singletoneach to write an article of not less than twenty lines MRS R C WADE Secty ADJOINING COUNTIES Eubank Pulaski county has Rural Routes and 2 length of routes 2554 and 24t miles area covers 43 square miles population seryed 1304 number of houses on routes 282 A special from London Laurel county to the Evening Post Louis ville says The body of Dr James W Jackson a prominent and wealthy physician of Sherman Tex formerly of this county was expected here for burial Monday Aug 28 but did not arrive A telegram from Sherman says the body was detained for the Coroners inquest and that it inow positives ly known that he was murdered Dr Jacksons mind for some time had been unbrlanced and he was in a private sanitarium where he died one day lust week He had many prominent relatives here a brother in Florida anda sister in Missouri IN THE STATE Percy J Luster who killed his wife at Guthrie waived the exam ining trial before Judge P O refusesjis The H James S Mayer Buggy Company of Lawreuceburg Iud Ii has made au assignment Local option won a signal vic tory in Bath county by a vote of 1416 against2i6 The work of woman aul children tsarist saloons was a Jeature of the fight President Zimmerman of the Cincinnati Hamilton and Dayton railroad has secured an option on ever 60000 acres of coal and tint iber end in the Kentucky moun- rains Aunt Chrissie Serjjcnr oged 97 the oldest woman in Letcher coun Iand mother of Sheriff Wilson died at Carrs Fork on the LelcherKnoti border of in finnaties due to old age The Third Regiment struck tent at Camp Yeiser ending the State Encampment The result of the c urlmartial of Sergt Rule forI c using a superior will depend on G w Beckhams decision causedtl6o Miss to the business of Fteniitigbnrg The insurance is placed at 35000 Among tb sufferers were the Flemingsburg Gazette and TimesDemocrat Todd county officials notified th Sheriff of Logan county Saturday that N E Christian the juror in the Fletcher case who is charged with perjury and bribery had been located Two Logan county deer ties left for Todd county to arrest W B Hawkins of the Burley Tobacco Growers Cute epaI1Y claims that tke full amount entiInesday The success or failure of knowI1James J Jenkins of Chicago H Huffaker trustee of the compa1Y1Joseph title to 4997 acres of land in GrayI son Hardin and Edmonson coup ties The validity of bonds aggre gating rooooo is involved The jury at Russellville in the trial of Polk Fletcher accused of criminal assault failed to reach an agreement and was discharged Eleven were for the death penalty while one N E Christian of Todd county was for twenty years in the penitentiary Great indignation- was shown at his action After he left Russellville a warrant wps sworn out for his arrest charging him with accepting a bribe to save heIreturned to Bowling Green and the soldiers sent home With the exception of a sing le portion of the text the draft of tl Russo Japanese treaty of peace w completed Salurday at Portsmouth It is possible the treaty may signed Monday It consists of sixteen ai tides and there are f0 annexes to the document cover ing matters which could not be elaborated in the treaty itself President Roosevelt is arranging to entrain the envois at luncheon at departufored the President will issue a formal cOIHecaGOT OFF CHEAP He may well think he has got off cheap who after having conti act ed constipation or indigestion still able to perfectly restore h health Nothing will do this hi Dr Kings New Life Pills A quick pleasant and certain cure for headache constipation etc 25C at the drugstore of the Mt Vernon Drug I FIFTY CENTS SN some conditions the gain from the use of Scotts Emulsion is very rapid For this reason we put up a fiftycent size which is enough for an ordinary cough or cold or useful asa trial for babies andchildren In other conditions the gain is slower health cannot dayInEmulsion must be taken as nourishment a food rather than a medicine Its a food for tired and weak digestions Send for free JamllleI Scott Bow ne Chelalata SocoadSioaI 1New 1 ICALJTI0NI1 I Call to see A C HI ATT before buying summer goods j He is anxious to show you his stock then you t may decide as to ocr prIccdJI Take ad vantage of our low prices while thcyI 8 last pn summer wear Special bargains in LOW CUT SHOES Jail without delay and etrmine eur stocks A C HIATT HIATT KY tIR 11Th V PRrATe trvit U BILL WILD jWEST AND WORLDS Best Rough Riders WWII Exhibit Af Mt Vernon friDay Septeffiher 15tnI i I t A ighy Amusement Organization Depicting Life and Scenes in The Great West Prior to the Encroachment of Civilizations Environments A True Representation of Western Oldiand Youngl Improved Seats for 10000 People with Woterproof Canopy over Audience Only Brilliantly Lighted at Night 1eTHEONLY GENUINE CELEBRATED asCOW BOY BAND Composed of Genuine Cow Boys will at each Exhibition Day and PopulartoDont fail to see our Great Historic Street Parade Will tape place ion day of arrival at 1 p m By far the most wonderful Street Pageant ever given ubon your streets It is not a Circus Paradr but consists of real Western Celeoreties Tribes of Indians Mustangs Bronchus Vanqueros Mexican Burros traveling as they do across the Plains THE ONLY WILD WEST THAT WILL VISIT YOU THIS SEASON DONT MISS IT TWO EXHIBITIONS DAILY Afternoon at 2 Night at 8 Rain or Shine All Seats Covered CHAMBERLAINS COUGH REMEDY AIDS NATURE Medicines that aid nature are al wajs most effectual Clumber loins Cough Remedy acts on this It allays the cough relieves expectorationt ture in restoring the system to a healthy condition It is famous for its cities over a large part of the civilized world Thousands have testified to its superior excellence It counteracts any tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia For sale by all druggists The free Street Parade given by the Great Texas Bill Wild West Shows is well worth coming miles to see The ladies uid children sqould not miss seeing the minia ture chariot drawn by little Shet land ponies and upon which rides a trio of real Sioux Indian papooses These shows exhibit in Mt Vernon on September I5th Grand free Street Paiade at i p m ATTACKED BY A MOB And beaten in a labor riot until covered with sores a Chicago streetcar conductor applied Bucklens Arnica Salve and was soon sound and well use it in my family writes G J Welch of Tekonsha Mich and find it perfect Simp ly great for cuts and burns Only 250 at the drugstore of the Mt Ver uon Drug Co rHALiS IIIand its connections the shortest and quickest line from St Louis to City of Mexico through San Antonio and Laredo Through Pullman sleepers dally leaving St Louis 221 p m and 820 p m Elegant Dining Car service Wonderful Mexico is attracting the investor and pleasure seeker Low rates liberal stop over privileges Now is the time to go For descriptive learestIMatthews T P A lion Mountain Route Room 301 Norton Bldg Louisville Ky St Francis Valley Lands Of Southeast Missouri and North east Arkansas river bottom mad soil rich as crean for corn wheat oats clover timothy alfalfa fruits and vegetables Yield big crops no failures Open winters Lands now chiap but advancing investi gate thisGfalL Honieseekeis rate Aug 15 Sept 5 and 19 Oct 17 Write fr St Francis Valley book let E w LABEAUME G T T A BELT ROUTE ST LOUIS VEGETABLE SICILI- ANHairRenewer hy not stop this falling Ofyourhair At thiS rate you will soon IW without any hair Just remember that Halls Hair Renewer falling hai and m1kes hair grows C vj 1 HOE o 1 iHAVE you examined our line andSurnmgrr JaSHOESIf not dont tail to do so before J s buying M PRICE and QUALITY both will suit you i Yours for i IPhone 06 R bU3inesirw lJONAS McKENZIE I COME COME VE invite all to come and see us At my store you Notions always find a good selection of Dry Goods and I CLOTHING allIWe cnrrry a full line of Clothing that will suit sizes anti ags Our goods luc right and our prices I right Yours trulyvery areI I Phono No 83 JONAS McKENZIE JONAS McKENZIE YOUR BANKING No matter how mallno mattter how large THE DANK of MT VERSJG will give it careful attention This message applies to the men and the women alike Remember we pay 3 per cent interest on all deposits oft8100 or more when left with the bank and not checked upon for a period of six months or more OFFICERS C WILLIAMS Pres W L RICHARDS Cashier Ie T ADAMS VicePres A B FUUXISH Asst Cash ROCKCASTLE Real Estate Co MT YE11NON Klr o FA KM No IThis farm of IIi acres located Negro creek near Hrodhead Ky is one of the best farms iu the county old will be sold at a bargain the owner being unable to properly look after same because of his health The entire farm is under fence liLt acres in cultivation balance timbered three houses on farm good wells and springs and plenty of good stock water PI good orchard It NO 2 Consi sts of 300 acres IrA will be sold in two separate if desired This farm is located on theMt Vernon and Somerset road nar level Greg r Ky and is located in the best farming section of the county Well fenced 175 acres in cultivation balance timbered well watered one new twostory building and two tenant houses convenient to school church store and postollice aid in one of the best communities in he county A great bargain FA ltM No 1A farm of 185 acres located near tks burg and a very desirable farm 110 acres under fence and in cultivation balance 40 acres timber Good houses neverfailing orchardtclose to school post olice A most desirable location and a splendid bargain Any one wishing a small farm can buy a 70 acre tract oft of this farm butno buildings would be included on the 70 acre tract if a division is made FARM No 4110 acres near Brod head well fenced plenty good water good orchard Plenty timber to run farm good residence and one tenant Aegreat bargain FARM NO 5So acres of land be tween Brush creek and Orlando 2J acres in cultivation balance timbered two houses and well watered Will- sell cheap No 6100 acre tract 3 miles 31FARM Vernon on Somerset road cultivation balance timber residence barn and all necessary outbuidings Large orchard and plenty water Price S600 ITOWN PROPERTY A desireable of town property located in Ml IIpiece Two story house four good lots and 8 acres of pasture to go at a bargain Property will be divided up and sold in any way to suit buyer A real bargain for anyone desiring property in Mt Vernon tThp IiPehiceases of Eye Nose Throat Ear CliestaGenitourinary and llectal Disease t Diseases of Nervous System Skin and lastro liiteotiiial track This Insti ution is prepared to administer Mas HydroparityMake 1 Kay Examina dons No contagious Leases adi prompIrALL PHYSICANS INVITED TO SEND Tftunt PATIENTS HElm FOR TREATMENT lXCost LeastWear Best Salesman E C BOQOS JjjD- IMtA This great stock medicine is a money saver for stock raisers It is a medicine not a cheap food or putupinBlackDraught renowned for thetcure of tho digestion troubles of persons it has the same qualities of invigorating digestion stirring up the torpid liver and loosening tho constipated bowels for all stock and poultry It is carefully prepared and its action w eo healthful that stock grow and thrive with an occasional dose in their food It cures hog cholera and makes hogs grow fat It cures chicken cholera and roup and makes hens lay It cures constipation distemper and colds in horses murrain in cattle and makes a draught animal dp more work for the food contamed It gives animals and fowls of all kinds new life Every farmer and raiser should certainly give it a costs 25c a can and area ten times its price in profit Frrrsotma Let lochs ISM DraughtStockstock for some time I have used all foundthatl0utaJ sHASSOH 1rtMT VERNON SIGNAL M T VERNON KY SEPT 8 1905 78 Cnll up No ou want to SIGNALZcute with hisPTnCo TIME TABLEMa21 north 124 p in 24 north 332 a ni 23 south 124 p 2i South 1236 am TAS LANDRUM Agent Phony No 58 Frtrreti at the Alt Vernon Ky Postomc as secondclass malt imitter PERSONAL Mrs W A Cox is numbered among the sick H C Rowjet was over from Disputanta Wednesday W H Wyrick has moved to Flat Lick Knox county Jack Conn has resigned his po sitton with W J Sparks InsbeenMrs J Thos Cherry was the guest of Mrs J W Brown Mrs James I White is visiting J her sister Mrs Jonas McKenzie CouIguest ofMr and Mrs D IL Davis Misses Reca Baker and Alza Thompson are visiting in Stanford Mrs Cleo Brown is in Louisville buying her fall and winter njillin ery Mrs O L Mason visited hei parents Rev and Mrs B S Da vaultWill Smith had two fingers very badly mashed while handling ahis Ben Martin and children ofhas Rowland are with relatives here th is week Mr and Mrs D jE Davis were in Cincinnati the last of the week Proctor of Quail is doing some splendid work on the new masons from here attended the Installation of the new lodge at Orlando Saturday night A message was received here Wednesday stating that Booth p Purcell was fiery sick at Eubatiks U B Baker and son Fred were in Louisville this week Mr Baker buying goods and Fred seeing the B J Bethurum and Wpro Rider were in Knoxville yesterday both being under treatment of specialist there S W Davis was in London Jel lico and Williamsburg this week in the interest of his saddlery and harness business Miss Ida M Taylor principal of the Brown Memorial School will spend next week in Baltimore in the interest of the school Mrs Minnie Brown of Kansas City and Mrs W M Royal Indianopolis are visiting the fai ly of their nephew W J Sparks Mr and Mrs Thomas Hatch of Virginia have been spending a few days with his parents Mr and Mrs R B Hatcher of Level GreenDr D McDonald was here Tu esteam day in the interest of the school and delivered a most excellent sermon in the Presbyterian church Tuesday evening The two Jackson boys who have run the two main sates at the handle factory have resigned their places to accept positions with a wagon company in Louisville Dirl Cress a son of the late D M Cress a man who is well and favorably remembered by all the t older citizens is now at the dor tmitory and will attend school here this year Mrs R L Thompson and diil dren returned from Arkansas Fri day where they have lived for the past year Mr Thompson will come as soon as he can windup d his business affairs They will make Mt Nernon or Lancaster their fu ture home J E Houk has sold his interest in the stock of general merchan dire of Houk Adams to his part J nero Mr Adams and will leave a febout the middle of the month for 5 Jamestown Ind where he VlIta gain enter the mercantile business with his brother Burdette In- softbe oice stock was made this week FRl13 i w M s Katie Cass of Brodbcad is visiting relatives here LOCAL Uncle Billy Harrison aged So died Sunday night from old age George Owens of near Level died yesterday after an ii of many weeks- CORRECTION J J Purcell sold farm for too instead of yoo as reported in our last issue Ir W T Hopper and Miss rtha Owens were married hi lh County Judges office Fridiy goomd schools puhlicand collegiate Read Browtn old town simply right in the fight in way of education As there was no notice of hitHammnotince myself as an independent candidate fur constable in Brodhea and Browns precincts sep 13t DAVID lI PRESTON Geo D Burdett who was well known here thirty years ago anr who later run n big store in Lan caster and afterwaids did imtines in Chicago new bolds a respond hIe position with the Citizens Lift urance Co of Louisville twoFORWe Ire authorized to announce N HJxnsan independent candidate for Assessor of Rcckcastle nty subject to the action of the good people at the November dec tion 1905 We are glad to know that ti Christian church building and grounds are soon to have some much needed improvement in tht way of new coat of paint aud iron fence The local telephone exchange manager Mr James Maret has had friends to come far and near to inspect his crop of apples He one tree from which he ha gathered several apples which tweig more than a pound and measur- ci inches in circumference They are known as the Wolfs River The Christian and Baptist Churc- members should have a meeting and come to some conclu ion as to what they could best use their buildings for rs from the outlouk they have evidently abandoned all efforts of trying to get a pastor for either ot the Churches Church members and God fearing people what effect do you thiuk ourtn difference and neglect will have on the rising generation Dudley Lodge F A Mwas installed at Orlando Saturday by Mr I A Landrum acting lttDc I xy from the Grand Maier present the lodge issimpl working tSTiia b granted charter at the next meett ing of the Grand Lodge which will be in next month The following are the officers Henry Smith W M H C Owens S W Louis Reams W Rev William W ha chmsSolomon Ball Sat y Willis J01111e son Treas and Jno R Reams Tvler After the work of organiza atofhntpurchased as e JerA a room NARROW ESCAPEOtt last Wed nesday as they were returning from the Baptist Association t which A W Stewart was driving became frightened a started to run Mr Stewart was thrown from the wagon but con tinning to hold to the lines was OftbCItImethe head and body aril for several days it was feared that he was hurt internally In the wagon with him was his wife who was thrown from her seat to the ground remaining unconscious for some time and the latest report from her says she is still In rather a serious condition Mrs Nannie C Albright who was also in the wagon was thrown against fence and received some rather painful but not serious injuries Mr Stewarts youngest a of Mr 11al1an injuries whatever Mrs D N Wifliatns the most aged of them all when the team was gotn breakneck speed wade a jump for her life which with the result of a little soreness was successfully made In a short time after Mrs Williams left the wagon it struck tree and one of the wheels completely demoHshed FA EDJ ii foli No empty houses in Mt Vernon Houses being built are all spoken for There will be ervices at the Presbyterian church Sunday iron illingThe Rockoasile Association Unit 1cd Baptist was in session three days this week with the Mt Pis gah Church Work on the dormitory is pr Jogressiugready for occupancy by the fiat for the opening of the school in October Rome Adams came up from Liv ingston Wednesday to make ar rangements to niuve here today but after arriving decided to main in Livingston and bought of R B Mulliusa house and lot ad 1uDs for which he paid r 400 The hickory supply at the han die mill has been simply immense and more a cumin This ante prise brings much money into the county The atilt is just humpici itself working eleven hours per lay Arrangements are being nade to ship in car load lots from various stations on the line to Ml Vernon to be sawed up Mr J G Hackley who spent weeks with his parents Mr ur Mrs J T Hackley has re turned to his home in New York City Interior Journal r Hackley is an electrical engineer and has held fur yews a fine post run with the Western Electric Crthe largest electrical Jinn in the nepheweof J as Maief this place from whom he picked up his electrical ambition BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL MT VERNON KY Opens October 2 1905 Col Ifge Preparatory Normal Mode School Cooking and Sewing Courses Trained and experienced teachers holding degrees from some of the best universities and Accomutos newhfeveFor circulars address IDA M TAYLOR Principal erhnUOnUILl n Mrs Josh Dunn and daughter Miss Ella left today for a three weeks visit to friends ami relative- sr Boyle and Garrard counties Misses Mae Robinson gild Annie Perkins of Lancaster who have bgen visiting Mrs Joshua Dunn have returned homeDr P F Cables show was largely attended and well enjoyed Thursday nightM wbo1tAtreturned to his homeH H Mutcheson has gone to New Hope ettake charge of the Bank there in absence of cashier ftf B Satin Mrs Nary A Albright and son Embery have gone to lIiddleburg to attend the wedding of her neice Miss Jessie Butler and Jason Tayl of New lit3xicobits Gilpin an4 ildren of St Louis have return home after spending a pleasant week with Mrs M K Wilmott Mrs J Thos Cherry was wishing in Mt Vernon first of week Miss Sallie luaus has returned home after spending two walks in visiting at Berea and Richmond Mrs and Mrs J W Hutchcson have returned home after spending three weeks visiting friends and relatives in Owen and Mercer heuntiestIrs E Walliii and Cndvisiting friends here at present This week is drummer week as there were twelve at the Frith Ho telat one time last weekMrs Lela Sullivan and children of Wil Iialll burg have returned home ter spending a pleasant week with hermother Mrs Fullen Francisco at Frith Hotel The little folks party given at the home of W C Swinford in honor of their Hate e Miss Vern Jarretts i2th birthday was greatly enjoyed by those pre entMrs J G Frith and so Governor were in Stanford first o- fweekP F Cable aud wife of Dayton Ohio are visiting the many friends and relatives Brodheads society is bound to mostIleaving us to attend school Misses Ethel Hilton and Lizzie Ca ble leave tonight for Morehead gwhere they will enter Moreheac Female Csllege Monday next- jMissVilIieBenton left last Mon were she entered Ihermother was accompanied by Mrs Dr Percy Ben wasand brother J N Benton The crowd of hay riders who tjaports a fine time = The watermelon feast given at the hospitable home ot Prof and Mrs J W Dickerson honor of Miss Willie Rcnton who left for school on Monday was enjoyed by all those present as well as any social gathering ever altended Those registering were andohn Eva Hilton Burdette Owens 5jLula Haggard Dora Dickerson Clyde Wilmott Bettie Hicks Liz zie Adams Jewel Francisco and Messrs C C Cable Ora Frith Clarence Perkins Frtd L Du ham Cecil McClarv Embrey Al bright Woo yad Owens M C Albright Henry Anderson Virgie Martin Jno Benton Douglas Martin and Geo McFrilh At the proper hour the melon cutting c mead we had a fine time devouring same 7JtMqyw lX 4 P I fJ i rj n gi m1 jj 1 r Wt rOJb iu8fj P s fn iAbsoint ly P 4SRfJ St5BSTJ1UrE A Powderfreophatic acid OTTAWA Mose Broughton our hustling merchant seems to be doing thriving business Leonard Pres ton has been very low with typhoid er but is improving slowly Mrs Bob Broughton and children of this place art visiting her moth LaswplITaylor purchased a farm of Mrs Joe Coleman in the edge of Pulaski near Bethel church Also old it 100IMrs Sibbitr VVrijht coil tt mpl te going to Montana in the neat viofutureMrssick for some time is better r James Sowder is numberec with the sickfir Dan Roger and wife of Pulaski visited friends and relatives here and at linger burg from Friday until Sunday Steve Albright has erected a tier dwelling near his fathers to which he will move his family in a short time Arch Albright visited 1m sister Mrs Cash Herron of Pulas andrMiss Rebecca Adams were married Happinesstour Rumor says there is to be another wedding in this part right soou Edgar Ty ice called on his best girl Sunda Road working is the order of tht dayIwill ring off by saying am a Baptist and a Democrat and tf this escapes the waste basket will come again FOR SALFlIy home in wes tilt Vernon sep 131 WILLIS A- DAMSrft3Tf1kj 1Ei ie it 1l c tt l 5p p sj kso r piedlcinc that J Sic pure Char blood f iytr3 Sarcasariila Your I ivutJer rr ncinoiTftnyotir t I irlks ucd lit They trusted I Mr c r Q lt ll D rI it Their itostors trusted Your dvetcr trusts it 1IC trust it yoursci There Iteetl anal srfcngth in st 1CI r7iMe lary InlIictln 111 roller I rIs rosr t 5iIrI kB tJ hco Y e no it = ctr- W J iIt GSwc rftiM U i Ayers Pills re gently laxative They groatly aid t Sarsnparilla O szz aBCADears the 71- of ignature YftUJ Major Thomas E Moss cf Pa- ducah former Attorney General of Kentucky died in Manila P I while on a visit to his daughter I U BARGAINS at Krueger Sons 111 IV Ihalfandlllen from 21 to 121 years of age These Suits will be sold in the next 30 it7 Jdont put it offany longer We are doing this in goodsS f when we cant make a sale Eat Drink and be Merry for we are selling perbusheL iCJi J ir 1Ihtest Market Prices paid for Country Producen I0 THE WEST SOUTHWEST CALIFORNIA ETC Best reached via Missouri Pacific Railway or Iron Mountain Route St Louis Cairo or Memphis ready reduced Oneway Colonist rates on February 21 Marchj1905 to Arkansas tad 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 month limited 21 days Lairds ire cheap rates art lute Cheap round trip rates now in effect to winter resorts of the West and Southwest Liberal limits and stop over privileges Daily through Standard Pullman sleepers from St Louis via Missiuri Pacific Railway or Iron Mountain Route also per sleepersTuesdays changeDescriptive etc furnished free For particulars rates etc consult nearest Ticket Agent or address R T G Matthews T P A Room 301 Vorton Bldg Louisville Ky CGS O r flit Eeett Sigt toct L P7fZ- T T1iHs f rfUhm Ii BwW LS hvent heallbymnrementot every ourc or will Keepronr and Force to tbo ot lent physic or pill is dauerous Th teepirttheCANDY H CATHARTIC EAT LIKE CAHDY DoGoodcents perboi Writo for free sample anil let en heal tb Address reilcdy Ccmpnr or K EP YO HBl G ClEH V +J J1lfostticsl n un all leathers I allstyles This is one I Qt IfiiDlon soW in Tile Great TexAs Bill and Mexican will ex hibit in Mt on September 5th Come to town early and witness the free Street Parade of Cowboys Mexicans Scouts Tribes of ndia sOld wood Stage Coach tn e t i Corn lete Can furnish on short no = Filled No 63 = i1H HiLl iU Hl HII a ft aA 9 J- ttF n 1r r t h VSB BEST IN TIIK No Change for a for fair S C PIIOMK ITo 5 t F 9 D iJif r td v s U Ky r- G 1C M SHOE 7 50 lI gj eG 97lOUI ia Take i past months This Ir Vernon con sisting Prairie Schoon Bands Music etc To be by a Grand Outside on Grounds will he the visit you this it nfBakes KltSnejs eel BiafiOc Klshi ttttH tHntntn tnttt tt U Willis yn3ln PRACTICAL 2- UNneRTAKER3 AN- DFUNERAL rr DIRECTOR = Mt Vernon Ky Studs nlbalinitigdoneORDERS bywire Promptly EPhone Hl1tUU iHl1 Ui1U tllllii fFJeiHIIW ti4Lt THE OLD RELIABLE DRUGSTORE COUNTY Cheapest Drugs Anywhere Prescriptions Chilclren Diseases Specialty treatment DAV9S Psopr 1t gLL EN- UNDERTAKERsL JBrodhead IIHANDsbME n if RICE3 flCOMPLErre Collins Caskets and Robes All 11eleiphone Filled Yf 1 VAS jr o i71Avr v = r v MAKERS Twists 2 TH r4SSold FKrueger Sons SIT VEUXOX KEXITRKY r O j i InT Cure a Coldin One D i Cures Grip Days Laxative Bromo l1ine Seven boxes Wild West Hippodrome Dead All come by er of followed Free Exhibition Show This only Wild West season so dont miss I mm tin WITH THer Two of on every The 1FatBears the- aittaturo box 2Sc X J C r r V FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE Will positively cure any case of Kidney or Bladder disease not beyond the reach of medicine No medicine can do more FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE strengthens the urinary organs builds up the kidneys and invig orates the whole system BT IS GUARANTEES TWO SIZES 50c and 100 SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY l COrKENTUCKY FAIR DATES The following arc the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 19o5as far dS reported Glasgow Sept 134 days The Kentucky State Fair Lex ingtou September IS6 days Henderson Sept 266 days Falmouth Sept 2j4 daystOwenshoro October 105 day DollarsPTO California AND THE NORTHWEST FKOJI LOUISVILLE THE Henderson Route rCoRUUSPONDiNG Low rate to Washington Oregon Utah Montana and all intermediate pointsne Tickets on sale daily up to and including May 15 1905 JSST Also SlKCIAI HOMKSEEKEKS Rates to the West and South west on certain dates you contemplate a trip ask us for rates If you would travel in comfort see that your ticketreadsovertheHENDEK SON ROUTE between Louis ville and St Louis Free reclining chair cars on all ofour St Louis trains Direct connections in St Louis Union Station with all lines to the West and Southwest L J asngs I ot AgtI TOGO TO ROJEY It is this way When I need spectacles I go to Franklii at Mt Vernon and have my eyes tested and he does it right When they need clunging he does it free of chargeHe also keeps sewing machine needles for all machines oil belts sc Repairs vour spectacles when broken your watches and clocks when they dont run ju 113011 TOGO SIX MILLION ACRES The State of Texas will place on sale Sept ist 19o5ix million ares of Sta e lauds scriitered throughout the State at from 5100 to 300 per acre one fortieth cash down forty years time on balance 3 per cent interest Write for particulars also about cheap rates to the Southwest Aug 15 Sept 5 and 19 Oct 3 and 17 E w IABEAUME G1 T A COTTOH BELT ROUTE SL LOUIS Japan refuses to agree to a cessation of hostilities till the treaty of peace is signed FOlmnO EI Ttm coutfti ctt aJScsa8la af JiPHI IT 13 FADED CENTENARIAN EXPECTS TO LIVE UNTIL 00 OrYes I expect to live right herein Brooklyn until Im 200 years old says Mrs Elizabeth Hunt who is picking up her suit case go to Meriden Conn and celebrate her 105111 berthday in the home of Mrs Emme Holman oe of her twenty grandchildren Mrs Hunt is as spry and chipper as any belle of East New York and to talk to old people bores her as it bores a school girl Tell me the news she says to ill her young visitors Im tired of ancient history When one reflects that Mrs Hunt was born the year alter George Washington died and that she was more than sixty years old when Abraham Lincoln was elected Press dent she carries one back a lon wayMrs Hunt was going to school in Lancaster Pa where she was born when Aaron Burr killed Alex ander Hamilton and Lord Nelson swept away the combined fleets of Spain and Franc at Trafalgar The victories of Napoleon were the news topics of her childhood days When she was sixteen years of age she met and shook hands with Gen LaFayette in New York Distinctly impressed upon her memory is the batty of Tippecanoe when Gen Harrison defeated Prophet the brother of Tecumseh She als remembers the extitenieut which prevailed at Lancaster Pa her native town when the news reached Traf Rock y Pas sed Stone and Gravel With Pains A H Thurnes Mgr Wills Creek Coal Co Buffalo 0 writes I have been afflicted with kidney and bladder trouble for years pass ing gravel or stones with excruciating pains Other medicines only gave relief After taking CURE the result was surprising A few doses started the brick dust like fine stones etc and now have no pain across my kidneys and feel like a new man FOLEYS CURE has done me 1000 worth of good Ho Other Remedy Can Compare With It Thos W Carter of Ashboro N C had Trouble and one bottle of CURE effected a perfect cure and he says there is no that will compare with it there of the British attack upon the city of Baltimore September 12 and 13 1814 She was married as George IV ascended the throne She hall three children before Mar tin Van IJureii was elected resident of the United States Still she wants to live longer If she could take the boat up the Souud for Bridgeport in August 2Oio and go to Meriden to cele brate her 200th birthday she thinks she would then be ready to die But she is afraid all her grand children will be dead before that time and to have no nearer rely lives titan great grandchtldren would she thinks make her lout Hunt does not attribute her long life to any particular manner of She has always livtd plainly and regularly She eats inarygher friends and relatives about hr live One of grand children will go with her to Meri- den but she says an escort is perfectly useless as she is fully capa ble of taking care of herself at home sod abroad IJohn E Baldwin an aeronaut of Losautiville Indwas blown t shreds with his at a height HeIpurposes and had six sticks of the explosives with him When he tvc acciodent the dynamite exploded at the balloon and man were literally torn to fragment 1fJIII IUIIC JOHN Pali Mgr Island System CHICAGO kcL M t Excruciating KIDNEY Kidney FOLEYS KIDNEY remedy living hergreatgreat balloon Address SEBASTIAN FOLEYS KIDNEY Arkansas Southern l0Mde Timbered rolling perfect drainage no swamps good water Gro n corn cotton small grains cow- peas and believed to be the coniinc clover and alfalfa country porotu clay soil and clay subsoil cheap est lands in Southwest Splendii stock country 10 months range Write for Southern booklet and Homeseekers Aug 15 Sept 5 and 19 Oct 3 an 7E W1JAnRAU lEGPTABELT ST LOUIS TO CONSUMPTIVES toheallhsralI re with a severe lung nllection and that dread disease anXious to make known to hit fellow ers the means ef euro To those who desin chargecoyvfwilt finda sure cure for Co suau rta ATAKiiI and hopessuflial nahle Those desiring the prescription whi droveblessingWnox Crooklyn New York mar 3 1yr One case of yellow fever impor- ed rom Pensacola has been found i Atlanta pA KuMhDV WITHOUT A PEER I find Chamberlains Stomach ach and Liver Tablets more beneficial than any other remedy I evct jPdisorder of the stumach billiou tablest are 1 a peer For sale all dcvas rftxBears thectculof cUU 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 Washingtonthe 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 Systemwlof take you up in either Chicago or StLouis orat hundreds West points and carry you to the Coast in through Standard or Tourist Sleepers with unexcelled Dining Car service The Rock Island also affords a choice of routes on the Scenic route you can stop off in Coloradosee Salt Lake City visit 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 If you desire to go only as far as Colorado there are excursion rates in effect to that section and return all summer long specially reduced June 30 to July 4 August 12 and 13 and August 30 to September 4 Extension trips to Ogden or Salt Lake and return at low cost also onewayL1 the Pacific Northwestabout half regular fare designatingIfiVII ta date cf start also so Ve can advise definitely with respect to rates etc sad rates rIAddru Lea aLovt 1 Il J tl N O- 0 SAYS AN EXCH AGSv Thousands of people will be s locked by his averment tIt t Christianity hay a meaning eveu in the piohlems of daily life even ii the choice tt r office of good men oof bad Who will d nv the truth ol what e say and jet how many will fwd it really shocking to de care in audible tons that religion reaches into such a humdium acIIas depositing u piece uf taper tIe oils The man who wrote tint article disbelieves some which Pe m packer thiltgSI Rockefeller elitve but sis a Zen he has never failed to do his duty just as if every accepted de claration ot the copybook were a truthIf Christians should vote their du y to God at the polls they would carryevery election aud do it wr ease They would elect every clean candidate in the United States and defeat very soiled our Their prodigious power would be qu ckly re lived and afterward cdndijdates tion can be found in the country that would elect men of foulchar ncter to be Its shepherd its treas urer and superintendent of its Sun dayschool It would be revolted at the idea it would consider sue an election an insult to God Can a man imagine such a thing as God being a Republican or a Democrat aud voting for a crimina or a blackguard merely because Theeia man can dimprove upon Gods attitude in this matter and by help of profes ional politicians invent a better policx God has no politics but leanliness and good enough for meniA maus to his firmly There was a time when a cler ymaus duty to his family re congregationsnlj gregalions ticKet in order to safe elused the food and shelter of his wife and children But that time has gone by We have the secrU catvote for God He can also plea with his congregation to do the like Perhaps We cannot be sure The congregation would probably inquire whom he was going to vote for and if he stood upon his man hood and answered that they had no Christian right which = is the same at saying no moral right and of course no legal rights to ask the question it is conceivablenot to say certainthat they would dis htmiss him and be much offended at his proposing to be a mails WM as a clergymanh sire are so situated as IbeChristians of America could be per suaded to vote God and a clnticke it would bring about a mora revolution that would be incalcu ably beneficent It would sax he country a country wh whribtuus have betrayed ttamla destroying it eito be taking a mUle favorable mew of the proposed National sembly LIKE FINDING MONEY Finding health is like findinj money so think thane who an ich When you have a cough cld sore throat or chest irritation belter act promptly like W C Ba sayells ceased by smoke and coal dust o mv lungs after finding no eel ef other remedies I was curtd by Di conIsumption store of the Mt Vernon Drug Co and i guaranteed Trial bot tle rrer = l I y llccuIsonal supervision since its infancy CtettM Allow no our to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasjjood are hut Experiments that triile with acid CIltlulm the health of Infants aid Children Experience against Experiment What ss CANTORCastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops aunt Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic WormshColic It relieves Teething Troubles euros Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Pooch regulates the Stomach gull Bowels giving healthy aura natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Frieiui ICErUiN CASTORA IBers the Si ofa oc 21 fJ LL V9 i tj C EiIn Use For Over SO YearsT- Nl r1PLT tlq J 3 C MeCLARY Undertaker Embalmer Complete LINEof Caskets Robes c Orders Telephone attended promptly Stanford Kv W M Francisco MONUMENTAL WORKS Brodhead Ky Monumentsd ALL WORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVEN Farm For Sale One 150 acre tract of land on the dwellincheapForD G CLARK jiil i4 tf Orlando Ky fOLETSIIOlffiYAIIDT for childrens safe sure Ito opiates Mobile Al ba na has lifted its l uarantine against Atliuta Ga BIG 6 IN GEO A BAIN ALWAYS C Williams Ic W VERNON KY OFFICE On 2rd floor o The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church giventoPhone No 80 lVI L MYERS Dentist Mt Vernon Ky- FirstClassf Work residence on Cld IOFFICEAt as the C C Wil PHONE No 73 Will be in office at BRODHEAD every MONDAY noou till Tuesday noonTO IN Take LAXATINE BROMO QUININE Tablets All druggists refund c the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature is on each box 25CtS Marshall Field and Mrs Della Spencer Caton of Chicago were ma red in London Tuesday KENTUCKYS IISTATE FAIL AT LEXINGTON JSeptember 1883 BIG Y AYS PREMIUMS iNPiiEr THE STOCK AND EVER 25000DUSSBANDA 7 Novel Exhibitions The Famous of 40 Pieces t For Catalogue or Further Information Address Secretary Lexington Ky l r Drink yI viaIL4 tRsrA3if At So da Fountains I 5 Cents Cents t r I i