20 per cent.} Cut on all Hats. abHshed ' 1887 MT. VERNON,   ¢â€¬6UNXY,'KY ,|ERIDAY, ijJIJLY
20 per cent.} Cut on all Hats. abHshed ' 1887 MT. VERNON,   ¢â€¬6UNXY,'KY ,|ERIDAY, ijJIJLY
20 per cent.} Cut on all Hats. abHshed ' 1887 MT. VERNON,   ¢â€¬6UNXY,'KY ,|ERIDAY, ijJIJLY
20 per cent.} Cut on all Hats. abHshed ' 1887 MT. VERNON,   ¢â€¬6UNXY,'KY ,|ERIDAY, ijJIJLY

20 per cent.} Cut on all Hats. abHshed ' 1887 MT. VERNON, ¢â€¬6UNXY,'KY ,|ERIDAY, ijJIJLY

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Text of 20 per cent.} Cut on all Hats. abHshed ' 1887 MT. VERNON, ¢â€¬6UNXY,'KY...

  • abHshed ' 1887

    MT. VERNON, ROCKCAS.TLE € 6 U N X Y , ' K Y , | E R I D A Y , ijJIJLY 8, 1904.

    "BRUTALLY TORTURED. A ca»e came to (light that for per-

    sistent and uomerpilul torture has perhaps, oever been equaled. Joe Golobick, of Colusa, Calif., writes: "For 15 -years' I endured insufier* able puiu from Rheumatism and nothing relieved me though I tried ever) thing known. I came across Electric Bitters anil it'* the greatest medicine on earih-for that trouble. A few bottles of it completely re- lieved and cored ; me."—Just as good for Ii.-er and kidney, troubles and general debility. Only joe. Satisfaction,guaranteed by all drug-

    Mesdames Richard McGratli and Mildred Rout, of Danville, were the guests of Miss Ella Dunn Irom Friday until 8undny

    The 4th passed Off quietly, Claud Sutton,was the' tpealter of the day Claud was introduced by Alex Ty- ree as the Cicero of the mountains.

    Buck Varnon's "example given to Mr. Martin bas beeu worked by a Brodhead man. The sa te man uys, keep up these tiuestiops, they are need to atrOuse a spirit of in- vestigation among the leathers, wc .need more independent think- ers in the profession. ! KENTUCKY FAIR

    1 DATES;

    ^The following are t^e dctes fixed fbi holding the Kentucky fairs foi 1JP4 as far as reported. • £ii *»vilie, jfulyji's—a days, £rab Orchard, July 17— 3 day*,

    lanville," Angu* 3—3 days. i | f«nod*»a , Aog. 9-r-3 day«. -

    *wr»K*bnrg,-Aug. 16—4 days rodbe«d. At,,.,7. 18, t9 .

    ' 4«Uya. .' helbyville, A»|,.23-4

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    M l" . VEtfNON SIGNAL re turned to Ijiriiiiug. fieri; visit vvnh their r. - qlid • Mrs. l i r * $ e L a d j .Maccjl>«biuve l ice-cream parlor in t toi t h e postcffice.— iea Aid Society of t h e irchjjhov'c opened tip

    | 4 J I ' A H T H H I , Y K K P O H T

    Of Tfce Ilan« > i Uu \ oxr,« u tin d o * of b'a»lue»"Juo.-vO .W»i;t ; -;.ii£ŝ ur. ra. r ^ i i n n J pints «nia ' 116,632,9!

    F.KruegeriSons, V . ' MT. VKRNON- KY. j

    THE PLACE TO GET YQUR

    >ho3S, Clothing and; Dry Goods of all kinds. We make a specialty of Skirts and Shirt-waist! goods We have the goods; we have the pricp to please the trade. .

    W e are now making room for fall goods. If you want bargains call, as we must make the room if we have to sell at a loss. Call and buy your summer goods.

    IfUIDAV, J l i l . v y,

    Published every Friday by KDOAfi S. ALBRIGHT.

    ell building ! on Main rybj i ly should keep adieu well 'pa t ronized 1 working for u good

    etdvertiiiuz tatci made 'btoum application

    «4 694,00 SII'PI-KMKNTA &V

    IliKhctl amount of iullrhteiln

    Kn luJTfabllltyof Qfajuif tbw. ill *

    high pin

    1 Umiki

    The Celebrated

    T i i C K . - r PLajCKft.-

    y ^ L W A Y j S p r e f e r a b l e F o i

    n i c e fitting, S t y l e a n d D u r a

    b i l i t y , : t h e y j h a v e {no s u p e r i o r . . . a i i U the

    ipl'«fH "I h

    JONAS MdKENZIE,

    Mt. Vernon,

    FEAICK J. CtlENLY. * Muior parlarr of tli* ( • BY" ACO., rioinjr r«Mn, Count* nndStlte Ahliih In 1 Klngitl:31,38. Had Jere-lam .tieHeved Ood'« word' Iron what,

    n would ha h a m been kept and what inlahawot be 'wp'uld hiva t w GRANVILLE OWENS*

    UNDERTAKER, jj | H Brod head, .Ky. $

    vw. . — r n r . t LINK—,

    I P p A i i i f , ' C a s k e t s a n d Robe 's . " A l l Ata i l , T e l e g r a p h o r

    • T e l e p h a n o r d e r s P r o m p t l y F i l l e d , j

    Uown m on the Bnunt. aad take oar Ime from Ood'» alnltnac. . What a ontraat-to the.courae 4t Jereboam » J .

    :hat of ihoSon of.JjM! Ha would do lot bins pf i l iamlt.-- Hli eye waa.al- »aya on! Hla Fathefa dial felata.' and • hua He knew when Hla time waa.noi >et fulfilled. Hp KM alwaja tor tuU- m e the movement o f i j j j Father'*- will j.-.d did only, those (hlnga which He saw His Father doing, istmltarlj-nialie God'H will and way th{ pole-atar. Oh ' to he able to >ay wife our bleaaed Lord: I teek not mltf own will, but tho will or Him that.-,aent Me!'"— Meyer. I 5 \ ' | • • •

    Jlreboam'a Th»a*-*Jld Inlqiiltr. tory ' a d C 1 ° ^ told."-^dola-.

    "Made prie»t« of t h { (oweat 'of toe Skopje.'—Sacrilege. . V : ^ f t a f n e d a f**»t."*-Godl#a8 pr*<

    *iiraptlon» V j . • idolatry.—Jerebaui H>roke the MO

    ond of the ten awidandmenii and uared the |>*ay for tk«>hre«klnr of tk .

    S. B. RAMSEY For Fresh Meats of'ali Kin,ds.

    Mr. flryau is of t b e op in ion tba< t h r e will be t rouble al St. Loul« rveti if he h i i to mjrite it i l im self. , | . '•

    tfjive us a t r i f t j a n d i f .we. p l e a s e y o n t e l l otlioVs; if i jo t , / T H I S 1̂ 5 A Presidential Year

    A N D Y p U M U S T

    KEEP POSTED THE WAY'TO DO T H l s i s TO *SAD

    M E A T d e l i v e i e d in a n y p a r t of t u i r t

    S H O P in b a s e m e n t o p n o a i t e Co- f f l h o t

    Henry Wattersorl. Editor. T W E L V E P A G E S I S S U E D

    E V E R Y W E D N E S D A Y . Cincinnati, Lexington, Chattanooga, Knoxvilk, AahevUie, Charleston, $ivannah, Atlanta, Jacksonville, Birmingham, New Orleans, Shreveport

    a o d T e x a s P o i n t s . : .

    N O P ITY S H O W N . " F o r yean

    t io t iooal^ ,"* V n b e n # , All c a w o l pil«i W s e . all fal

  • NOW SIGNAL

    FOR THE SPRING TRADE

    ! J o s s p b Bolten i j f a rming in i a - J : di*o T i r r i t o ry . I

    Jd iuc . r .Ui i k i j i (tie j c iv t l i y bll-j-ff : u e » in T e x a s . ; i ¥ I • »• ; •:* 1 '

    H e n r y Pennington is -| :

    viltfe drujgstoie. J - l ,

    t WE liave just received our ffj hew stock of Spring. Goods, -i If: which is "the best and most j? 'complete assortment ever > brought to town. V WE HAVE J ' |

    What You Want, | Gome and examine . our V stocfe arid see if we are not • '.H correct.

    • I • L ' ' rti -IN- 4 Lafljes and Genljs Farnisliinjs §1

    We take the lead. Come and jsee us, get our prices $ and jyou' will'be convinced , i | | that we are right. * S HQUK& ADAMS* I Phone jr.5 M T . V E R N O N . V K Y . ; i I | .

    T 1 R T A B L E . »4 no r th . . »6 no r th . *3 sou th . 15 Sou th

    d rugs to r e in 1'iiieviilr, K y . j , ' • [

    I'M J o n e s i s I r l rg raph iug at L'iinii bvrlMml Gap . • j- J

    C h a r l i ? I.t-irhleiier is w o i k j l l g in I h ? S t L o u i s Knir.j " ' ;j ;

    W. R . J o r d a n , ivjjo marr ied a d a u g h t e r of Uriah Albr igh t , i s iiv-: ing in Nevada . Mo. • • j j

    J o s e p h Hazel wood ( 1 8 5 9 ) * . a . successful lawyer a n d judge i s liv- ing in Car thage , T e x j j

    l u d g t G . W a s h Smi th , a s o t f o f G e n . S m i i h , died o f ; Yel low feyer in 1873 in Columbus , T e x . ' l i t left a n es ta te valued at $400,000)

    Louis L. S m i t h , b ro the r of t v . T . Smi th , and ••Bil ly" S m i t h , t l * i r :ather. died in A r k a n s a s Jirnie" years ^go .

    Lycurgus F i s h is in Cent ra l A m e r i c a .

    J o h n P o y o t e r i s f a r m i n g tiear

    /come! to yon fresh and of lull •IrengUi,'always mpealeth air-tiglu packages. Bulk coffees lose meir strength,deteriorate ia flavor, and also-gall^er dirt. ' * • . n Complete Line of Pfiiiaceotiicals

    I , AND • j / ' !* ••

    Toilet Articles Gallore. , PHONE 64.-Day or Night.

    CHAS. C. DAVIS, Pharmacists MX. VfcUN'OST, KV.

    [organ and George lere the gues t s of Mr , H ia t t , lat ter par t ol'

    W O R L D ' S P A I R ' R A T H . ' T h e L. St Vj. h a v e m^de the (al j

    l owing rates, w h i c h will be effe :t- ive Apr i l 151h and las t ing unliUlhe close of t he -expos i t i on : F o r » »- son t i cke l s I rom Mt . Vernon a id return, good un t i l p e c . 15, $19 , '5 S ix ty d a y ' excurs ion ra t^s for e t u t u t r ip . $16.10. F i f t e e n d a y 1 x- cursion r a t e s $14,05.

    T h e L. & N . will sell t i cke t s t o S t . Lou i s o n each T u e s d a y a id T h u r s d a y d u r i n g the month of J u n e al $9 85 round t r ip ; limit t e n da >s.

    Low rates 'over ' t he L- & N . t o Cincinnat i , O., account o l t h e m e t - «ig of t h e G r a n d Loflge B» & P. D. Elks, Ju ly 18-23, '904. Final lit lit of t i cke t s Augus t 4th.

    T h e L. & N . sys tem will s e l l : e - duced ra te t ickets t o Louisvi l le , 1 c c o u n t o f the Biennial Concla vr K n i g h t s of Py th ias ' meet ing whicli t a k e s - p l a c e A u g u s t 16-a'o, 1914. T i c k e t s l imited to Sep tember t o h.

    T e e L . & N . offefs a $2:61 r ite lo Winches te r a n d re tu rn S e p t r 18 and >19 limit Sept.' '24, account of the Kentucky- Chr is t ian Miss im- ary Convent ion . - /

    t u rne r has re tu rned Fla . She will be

    let ters in t h e Brod

    Dr Loi-dBi J a m t s K o u k and J o h n A u s t i n ; | t h e insurance man, h a v e been? M i n g and s e i n i n g in a n d around j^angford several days th i s weekir | j '

    P leas Sin g i f ton , the m a n - w h o has sported Hie jogest mus tach in R o c k c a s t l f c . M s ' i n town' W e d n e s d a y , a n d l i l ie 'Sampson, w a s s h o r n of h i s s t r a w th. But termi lk did t h e work . j |i j

    A big AW; f r y w a s •_ en joyed by o v e r l o o . f c o n