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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rti Irf = h t t Et h1i 1 r 18 o r 451 t lJ PPl rdIIi J fj t 7 = 2lzoc r I VOLUME XVII MT7ERNOX IIOGEGASTLE 01N 1yt FRIDAY JANUARY 10Q4 XLMBER 14 11 THE GREATEST SLA06HTER Ever placed before tl people of Kccktssile cot 1ty ot UptoDate new gooJsy you ahviys find nolurjl 13iradns of svunJ clean stun BOYS SUITS LADIES SKIRTS Worth 125 Now 75 tsAU of our 75C Skirts Now Soc Our 125 Now 100 Worth 200 i35 Worth 5300 200 Worth 400 Now 300 SKIRTS fn lp 3Y iE if2 t rtb citv save rrnij air A1 Our Wiifer Dress GoodsI Worth ner yard Now atlOc We handle the finest line of goods in town Come and you will all go away satisfied you are profitted by coming KRUEGER MT YEIUOS IYj Opposite Depot Is par PostoSi I WERE wr 11 SONS Offers IcosmoPi READTHEM nl jr eslies Monthly yr IY for 125 yr tcies t oo Hv for both 25 IEVerYbOd ReTiews yr SHCC Everylvodys oo Iy Clsiirpr for aU IHE li are only icv it see wnat you wan send me your am vvllgre vou tutfafe r McKErjZJEBrG if J Write for my J iVrt Vernorrrj y POLITICS AND POLITICIANS The Government jnot th iug with tht attentio and keenest interest the quite nc- mou now being A bet of 5000 401 has been made that Roosevelt wi not carry New York hr is nom ated The PlattOdell feud is said have broketv out rasIkaroff viceIpresidenual A call was issued for caucus oft the Democratic members of the Legislature he htld on VirI ing of Jar ua rjki r ir the pUft If eTcctuig oinrfrt ol huure Hon R Hucible iges died at His home on Science Hill Pulaski county of typhoid fever esterday He bad served term ia the Le tbUture arid was reelect ed Pulaskis Representative November Gov Beckham has gone to Sa vannah Ga to attend the wedding of Beckham and Miss Myra Wilcox During the Gov era ors absence from the StateI Lieut Gov Tnofiie will be acting Governor State Auditor Hager announces the following appointments Hen iyR Prewitt of Mt Sterling to be State Insurance Commis onerj Molt Ayres of Fulton County Deputy Insurance Commissioner and W Jule Day of LoulsVille to be Assista t5tate Inhis biennial teportfo thelCeg istatureV Auditor Coulter says the present revenuesof the Stati wiil j provide ample funds for th erec tionaiTd furnishing of new utliittgSand hat kes ate novhaveip borrow q se ike rate of taxation The Honv JamesDy RJct rds6H of Tennessee ntI t1 rig fIec omy it1p i fea opposition ettte yt t j il le1tiIIs JIi 1t ift FC fS I pr Riw il c V4Itfi Q Jtf1i f L t = L jI JI q fd R k iJ AJ7 Ur r1 H ao It tJ 11 A J v iJ =d = u lY 1 cnn atat Skirts at Now at Now at at 8 tXij a I S tlie loc Dress that Are Sonlebfmy Best I both i 5roo or C mopoli Pl i v f i i 2 i Y i oo or i yr1 ce thret3o a you aost list f ft Club offer s Russian closest u c energy showu to if tt afresh a ti h y 4 ar i tletWo D as Lieut Yulee thet Auditor a dpliair pFiri e t n i l 3 t f 0 7 or acting V vcriiur dujnijc Gpvenior J Seek has 5 absence after ass mI g dsit a ofther office mad iheitat CyUyi Ig s fcnunt as to tvlic hisfea whvid be I am in perfect of accord nith Gov Beckhanis ideas 9fuit adl1 llSlral iun of lat 3fIIJe fair said he to The TUlle taan ands do nothitig during my stay htre that will couflicf with m You can emphasize there marks I made on the inaugural are out in front of the Capitol otlITheRepubhcans last campaign and Iam on the the Democratic side of the argument shall leive such matters for Gov B b r h1fW thuviny sclin hns bJs pproval Uioo REV CARLISLE B M ARTIN LL B VIlbut morning when first rising I often find a troublesome collection oi phlegm which sacougba butal1Dttau the trouble is over I know of medicine that is equal to it and it is so pleasant to take Irethe most cordially recommend it to all persons needing a medicine for throat or lung troubles lic 25C 5oc i co a bottle at Chas C Davis drugstore Little swirling snpwfiaices Melted neath your tleet Hake yoir wear your rubbers In the sloppy Streets A Boston mail claims that his sleep was disturbed by acleer to ufctbebJute t Igihlusei tpoV dt wont hurt etn A VERY CLOSE CALL is I stuck to my engi be a ftiougli ctverY3omt lached and everx 1erveil a jtbpaiurw fe Cl 1W Bellamyj ilocbraolive remanf of BurliugtonlQ ax rlf jvas rtk and 3ale witbJJ1 nY hi nd It all run down 7AsP s ji ut10 g1veJJp 1 9 tJ EI bi k1- jfp dan rt R iJ kSf 1 f ljSt i r LETEL GREEN iiinoteworthy events not even a goo fdriukWe ate getting better ttoMcLemore forsuicide by killing a rdIWoudstock Lodge F A M tjSatr N Brown YM J HC1shir S Wi G Colson J W Cj Thompson Secy and Houston Os burn Treas J T BroviiJvas elecsed Tjlcr or I1411 lime tR L Br wnr Somerset sperit Xfuar with me atiu Betsy Joe aid Thomuiy are spending vacauoaat hume They Grover Price and Everst McOueary attend foe iStie Bennett at London but Berea is better represented froni here Jarvis Brown has one case of measles at his house with a change for 8 more soon Uncle MaiNn Di Bord is convalencent againriong may he live for the jood he has already done He will be 76 In a short time and is the oldest na live lQrinG iv living inTossuhr Holier Our oM men areccsfce jack Toyvery is btme froni work in the picture busitjes iora few d US JF McQueary of Plato will sell horses castle and sheep at public outcry next Saturday More North Carolinians are coming to buy homes among us we are in formed This country is tar wfet to them hut our people must go furtHer towards sunset No preaching at the Campbellitc church for two mouths and ahe mcriibeii stIll wrangle some for goodtlayeu u whole hung A newyear isjori us andLrwe need pieaciiiugittij ft r by jtie foolishness of preacLis rplfcasesthe Father to save sjjtiier bur nqtMirbug h oTiJh pTe cfj t jIols of ourrifariuers net doptjvi gatheritfgvcbrn yet oa viuaay Iristi tetdug May be the y set in and cpxitinucd cold ibis winter vviil cause us whpr to get a oigger hustle on us fall Experience is the only iidILife is too short for us to ex pediment in all things ia which we interested therefore we must learn a lot from observation and peoples advice vfcata cheap readyisomebest we sadly fail to bear ftudIkatqites arises among jis as tblivhatf these contmands1 are people differ peeple will tak ve dont properly thiuj Well sir dreamt a funny dieau night and Betey is trying to it B CK Vjinos JUS1ONEMH iTE One Minute Cough Cure gh in bueininute because iLkills microbe which tickles the nine cous membrane caubilig the cpiighf therphlegm draws out tbe iiiflarnatJon and heaUand stSoj cs ilk affecxed parts One Aiifiute Cougi Cuie strengthens tlife lungs wards pneumonia 1dlsa liarmless never failing cure in all Cl1rab cases oTcdughs colds and croup One minute CpugiitCure fspleasant- talc e harmless and good alike CtUncle Henry saysj4MarrTediife more or less ofa failure with lhi- the 1elIerat tlnrlisfen tor b s tend th furnace an riol feel nij 1l d tA Y SrPF KEr Never nth aYi no trouble rry eKt itske pldi ritl ift j 1 eS4rut4W5 tj1 JP rsaxi ci ifiU if mhiytimi it F = =T J T EI1s j 1herc ff nlYI tOn Ten t 5sse whtre the new igu6r law as not cloiedihta saiobrisS T Thed sth of EV tiaUv of Batt ountyrf is attributed th Uie fXCtV iivc ut of CigaeUeV Mrs Figgn ged1 Vtais 151 dead in Mernfee contny rfehc w sf believed taftellie 61dc t tk vusn in Eastern Kentucky v tr Gerg tStn1 t et 531 tl t1th rIqrcn or whom j i are a few tfayy njfl1 tTi cbhl V Ai eightyyear uldTJhib vuniai Kvfug jiear Columbus flpd with t a negror She had mortgaged her property and turned oyesa roftne money to hIm Hisdaced wages ire Sireateacd for 200000 inruers in lhev bitumin oils field ot Maryland nns Ia1 niiUind parts of Vest Virginia tin lesscpuGitianSjgenerally improve fA Western newspapcr says that H R Brace and Miss iEdna Bit were married near jopJin The paper failed to state jfehether a minister cr a carpenter performed ths ceremony An Ohio weather prophet who r lias gepVa record qClhe weather for fmYJe3r sfgseftlint November was the coldest fon day id1 da that this iectiois has ever known during the month v The Kentucky Live Stock Breed ers Association and Citizen Nation alBand of Louisville have filed j suits at Oweasbpro against thei guarantors fort 1e deficits of about iI3OOO iu the cost of the State J3jrJipJdj t O venshoro 4 IentYlwOpetg11s reaead s the resnlt of the colliiqnJJ tweenJ lwoJds eugeflrnh1 trjfePcf t Marquette rnlroadt near ESstParis f dia l yro r lyjjinp people are suffering from i injuries sustained int he wreck a d sverai of them it 5s ielicvctLwii fC Dr Alexanner Gribam Bt 1 2 c tRgg he7re ii 5 sm 1J dOi fth tla5e1 n tiJJtl to fWashington or reinterment Th reinova of tiie reiaaiosis said to e to the cuctpuchment of aslant quarry on the English cemetery tit 1ldismissed from the army and seu tenced six months because he wrote and publisheda novel withi tout consent of the Minister of Wari If he1iaaV iilea a private soldier for failing to ba jJolttCj he wouid1 have Had a muchr1fghter sentence t Such Is nillitaryism Secretary of Agriculture Wilson f istipendiuft6fjr s to instruct faraters how toitii ipnwe their business Four tliou sand perso Jg are directly empt6yd infiliis vwkv laadditipTi arany j oft Stajgs are rucking consider lfFJpup9jhrTeCubahtlohgfeslfhflis usfani hiQusly voted to Gen Gomez 561 J poo jetSherejare hundjreds of Cu notJCsel as much hardships for Cuban r depnde 5 as id Go e nd they are yet unpaid After all4 thereis nothipgAvhlch makes such wide an lwlcjed inequalities among meitasmiritarisin 1ri1Iu tbe wprbngmenYseemtQbe That it is not wholly unreasonable is indicated by the fact that accord MS 4P import of he Government Bureau of tabor the cp t of living ihas increased 16 per cent in the last seven years That bspug soit vseems unjust to reduce Svajjes ajfeVmanjf icorppratiohs aredonfe WIMS IXA JJAMlS EieryAU6iJ Js o he ua niei When td J mak s lv fr9 WltF k1blt VHA f h One TMO Three ron Mhee y or be F BLSmay not be good English It may Jnot be good rhyrue not precisely ill keep lug with tlierules laid dOn in Bntlers- grammar v offjYtairc off onrcQ ats roll up 0111 sleeves move on us gothrongh ourbig stock the prices vaydovu sell hofhmg but BARGAINS arid dont split hairs ahoitt the price nptlunJitythis very thins in all kiudsuof good uptodate Merchandise at U Cr BAKERS Mt VenioH Ky The More goods for same money and Same goods for less moneyman There is only oiiJiii ghtc vay to do busi ness yet ten and people are to find some other wa Come to BAKfiRS LAND STOCK AND CROP t At Josh Bartons sale of Shorthorn cattle Wednesday 50 head sell at 21 avsnigc of YJr CynthiaiM Democrat Tom Hoiladav od last we kV M WiHdUad y Jar ft ey iling heif rs r1tf ff ilJcbestI Jade RLc 5Clc c oXn 4 L fcalkd t i linio thtf stock n e tan farftiers of Mercer county t rntwt January iSb Iti6 cousid r Tthe a ivsibittty 6ifjbdltiingran ol fasllioned stock fcarJjSarrodiburK aextsuaauier 1- 1iHibJer 2ros bought of Quincy Ire export at Cat425 C M Clay so3dtbHibler Bros 5 1300 lb cattle atl15 Hibr Bros shipped last night 250 hogs averaging 175 ftsl thatcost4 cts Paris Kentucfclau i Robert Daughtery of Wiilit Cai formerly of Hardin county has returned houte to reside perms neatly Ke will engage in rearm tAripr goals oa his farm op Cedn trirtLcar Eizb tnto llY 15300 head oa h nd expects to receive si more shortly Within a = f expects to have a herd ol or 5 boo Winchester Detnoc Au eighteen months old 2 thai tigs the beam at 750 pouc lis iri posseSMoti of Squire John 1 Rose liftleed it trrts x is Ghy hfm and is specimen of his O I Cstockj which he introduced ijj our sectioi These hogs are pure white easily fattened antI of disease ifr Rose hasjasv fold twi of pigs at 25 p r np3irHazJ Gree Herald SSovato of ant 6 for Catarrh that Ccntuln f ercuryn- icrcuryivll urfelvvJtsiriiy Uieserce of isinsH and 6wi letelF derange the wli e system wliep enieribg it throngh mucous surfaces articles should rieyerbc us ed except oil prescriptions from reputable physteians as the ithejr will lo Is tenohl tblhcr 6odjon canjpossiblj tlcme thcm llairs iCatarrh Cure iuanufuc tuzidyYJ en YCqfTocdo tfcontains no mercury and 5j taken internallf actiag Urectljrnppa iIi lil o IaDd mucous surfaces of tiie ysteUJ Ja bnyinf HalPs CatarrliGure Sfrsurfypa get tteje1uile iitiilskcnlHt falIx i le fa Toleito I Ohio by Fi JTjCheiiey Co V lbtr p trl r bif An IrTshuiinas gcI 1 ii tilc lledtl Z g tc tc t1Xlied rm jt i ttn H1JoI l c i J Publisl1Bd ry rflqaV n tft i TilWI 0iD r MAT SA YS d r and see the correct vay in which they do business Our prIces on Overcoats will tickle you on Suits wilL please you on slices will a toll idliyon Ytfit will be detightejd with jpncv- otf Dry Good G iooetios IlliteT Provision in you win be glad yoiicslJie Did you Iznovv that Baker sells Jfull lin of everything kept in a st re V3iw tn the notion to stHl11 lratuvisov 0 they Ifftve to GO5 Onc thing I mti 4 say hAtrl y diturj gfllsa halt and that is rssh fii iuar goods Come to B tyMraand llmV flfcem than you everjb ght Infoiv Come and fey rnV yrttrll think that him A Mlser rr marter Man Than I Ami rtjGs BAKER IARET yiJ Mr M Hariz s v Miso Essie Cumuiins is inStan ford7 Christmas passed very quietly ere 53 Bessie Revnolds is ia Xiv J Mr Oborii to Indi rMr Wra Sj and lumber here this we Misses IMt Vej brother E Mrs Ms Mulhns an Seelick v Ins Revni Old Gfeiitjemal- C Stjnyli Small Boy Csobl last night that i dmvQj and cf c rl Ev JHIOD1IEAD R I Tike and children spent Christmas in our town Er Ha m is In from Florida lookirjj as sprightly as ever Robt Pike of Livingston was visiting relatives here last week Tohu Savers is home from Ilh v r X ivi t I i J r t 2 Established 1881 lB5r to A R at on to to C to to to ex 0 III a i l I C t 1 ij jJt tJg1J IVOLmlE XVII MT tiERNO GOUlN k KY FRIDAY 1 1904 = DUMBER 14 IGREATEST SLAUGHTER Ever before il fcople of Rcckcnsile couirtVj pi 011 to Date new gooJs you can find actuilf Bargains of sound clean stuff BOYS Worth 125 Nowati5ctsAll of our 75C Skirts Now at soc Our 125 Skirts Now at oo Worth 200 Now at 135 Worth 300 Now at 200 Vorth 3400 Now at 300 Pc a iS 2QO NS SUITSSSot i i R 7iiiI Pirth5Vib Nw 115v the city All OurvWvvfer Goods Worth loc ptir yard Now at lOc We handle the finest line of Dress goods in town Come and you will all go away J satisfied that you are profitted by com- ingKRUEGERSOT5 MT VERNON Opposite Depot Near Pnstof lce frpJfREAD THEM Cosmopolitan I y Mr0 Club price tor both 125 Everybodys i r Ccf5rnopoliii i vrI fish Club price forbothi 25 Review of Reviews i yr 2 o i 1CC sv i rr oo Everylpdjs or Cosmopolitan i yr 5i oo fy Cluliprcefir all three 300 r THE E are s fev If von dont see what you wajii send me your list aa give tatfate Cixb offerr e b f MCKErZlEEfFtO Vernru ltry7 POLITICS ANn POLITICIANS The Russian Government 1I0tt iug with tht closest attentio andj keenest merest the quite u cOIQe mon trrer y now being ho m Abet of5ooo to 401 t has been made that Roosevelt wr uoL carry New York if he is nom ated The Platt Odell feud is said tt have 11Leka are organizing promo the r of viceIPresidenual call was iisued for a caucus of the Democratic members of the Legislature to te held on hr tvcn igrf Jar tats 4 ar rukrr tf the purYUt eTccteug offiwrss of fietwu haute Hon D Humble iges died his home Science Hill Pulaski county of typhoid fever yesterday He had served v term in the Legislature andwas reelected as Pulasfeis Representative last NovemberGov has gone Sa vannah Gaf to attend the wedding of Lieut Yulee Beckiiam and vii Myra Wilcox During the Gov ernors absence from the State Lieut Gov Tnorue will be th acting Governor State Auditor Hager announces the following appointments Hen rjr R Prewitt of ML Sterling State insurance Comtnisoner Molt Ayres of Fulton uuty Deputy InsurancerCommisstone r and W Jue Day of Louisville be Assistant State Auditor Iahis biennial report these S islatureV Auditor Coulter says the pre entrevenuesof tie stir wiil provide ample funds for the rerec pj net apitp buUdiag and that the State would nothave borrow a k 1la orib y SIt jrate of taxation The Hon James p Rich ksoiii orTenncsseie sags tariff form ecoJipmy in Pubc nciftirtSj i opposition to ihe autocratic Mle of iiEIki rte PAPER IS TORN q fil y v i J j J J ft IL 1 li r c KOOKCASTLE JANUARY THE phiced always SUITS LADIES SKIRTS SKIRTS M Dress KYI yrrooLcje oo only Itvi11 vcua ifJ tiouandfuruishmg r acting governor dupng Go rIBeckhams ibence after ass thatitits bf the office mad the fuHcwing stifemtnt as to nliat his course would he I am in perfect averted yiihGov Beckhanis ideisi of the adtniuistration of State afi fairAt said he to The Tsme vane IIbriefstamarks 1 made on the inaugural CapitollThe Republicans made the issuing campalgnargumeot1nIcampaign on e Democratic stile of the argument I shall leve such matters for Goy Bcrcb rn fr Iw thuv nay BCtiai hay btspprnval EVAKIISLElB MAHriN tIDWaverly Texas writes Ofa morning when first rising I often fiud a troublesome collection ol phlegm which produces a cough and is very hard to dislodge but a small quantity of Ballards Hon- hound Syrup will at once dislodge itaud the trouble is over I know of no medicine that is equal to Icssmost cordially recommend it to all persons needing a medicine for troublese250 5oc i co a bottle at Chas G Davis drugstore Little swirling snpvvfiakes feeteMake you wear your rubbers In the sloppy streets A Boston man claims that sleepAvasdisturbed deer which crawled into bed with hint When they get that big you have to u brute5tretgthbecause insect pow dtwonr hurt Jem Ati ERY CLSSE CALLS I stuck tp my engine talf r everyjoint ached and every n WT1fcd9WBeU l1rliugtnj Toga 7 vas 1ie tk and pate without arlr apetir s all ruodown As I revs about tu4 glue up dot a bottle t ale Qtcgs and aftlkrn itrItIt rreii asI e era M r fe wlr sickly ruqdow e alitl epr et te gi 1Prict r1 c j iJ RT1T 13 LETEL GRKKX l thefSIGNA drinkWe are getting better Monday was set by Esqr KmleyP to hear the charge against T Gj McLemore for suicide by killing a neighbors hog with malice afore thoughtitWouds tock Lodge Fc A Mt tjSatutJ N Brown W M J UChshV S Wti G Colson J W4 CjThompson Secy and Houston Oa Bovl1waSIIcrr 14 th time t R L Brown Somerset spetit Xsiiar with me arid Betsy Joe at d Thomuiy are spending vacaiionat home They Grover Price and Everet McQueary attend the Sue Bennett at London but Berea isIbetter represented from here Jarvis Brown has one case of measles at his house with a chance for 8 more soon Uncle MaiNn DtTBord is convalencent again ong1may he live for the good 1le11ast already done He will be 76 a l1aIHoller Our od mea are coerce jack Tovvery is btnnc from work in the picture bus5tje s for a fewt ii Js =J F Mcgueary of Platot will sell horses cattleandsheep at public outcry next Saturday More North Carolinians are coming to buy homes among us we are in formed This country is far wet to them but our people must go further towards sunset thchurch No preaching at the amPbemcI nice ber3 stili vrangle romefort Silas sonic forChaphasand agood iau nber hat tit fo p nbbbSjV4 i hltie eaveu doffftiuly leaven tli wbofe luiupJ A new year ison u5i Sand ve need pH i1ii1gitu for by t le foolishness of preacLisg tde raner to ayesifer but 0f thrdiVghfuo7iRB T f cemh f bats M our fUriaers not idope gathering corn yet and iitaay Irish rlelIiYsttiuof this winter will kueush9 hve to get a oigger hustle on u s text fall Experience the only rdImany wont learn in it Life is too short fur us to ex peitment m all things ia which we are interested therefore we must learn a lot from observation and otherlpeoples advice =whata cheap thing advice is and how read v IIthe best we sadly fail to bear Unce Billsay rear God and sep His Coinruandueuts and all will be well but then the qIJ s lion arises tn ngus as to what these n nimandareepople wilt differ people will talk but ire dont properly tUiu Well sir dreamt a unary dream last night and Betsy is trying to interprut it otieI f JUST UVE MINUTE x ttOne Minute Cough Cure gives skisanthe cmbewhic1f tickles them u coos membrane causing thc lghf Ucele oniaadhparts One nilute CougjV Cuit strengthens tfat lungs wards off i pneumonia and is a harmless and never failing cure in all curable ca soTc ug1Jsc Idsanacroup hisOne rviudte Cough Cure fs l le arn to take harmless and odal for young or old Sold by Chas NDayis the druggist t Uncle Henry say s M arfied life is more er less bfa failure with i tbejeller at kin listen tb 1iisivviie landerneer AVIST lPCkJ DOCTOR 1Veyer iltthe vraYt no trouble 1o ILdmnever filiu tnresultstireDeWio tts Little early leersiv t atl rteselit EMi rtr the stptic Js a cert1tn uarAateea muse he d tliverr ilid ail of t ills iesuhirj11 pm etus I t ak They tcn c r SuidatrChts C L v n ADEDr r a =c2 =Nl fi J T E I1lsercrre seewhVre the new ligubr law as not closed the saloons p T The drtthpf lz itailK of liati UlHHJ attributed N the exec t iIe n OrcigatC t tfiMn Fngaw aged dead in Jylenifeecoiituy tehcwRS believed7 toT ctic 61rtc t jAvoinsn fnE Eastern Kentucky t S311at1ditltet3t whom 1J are livnig lbrl rd alpJJ i tdjyj arclrn itvi count AivciKhtyycaF uldphfo wuniat living jiesr Columbus feped with i a iiegro Shy had mortgaged her property and turned cveaaj t of the ipotTey to Kim griortoncms hells ot Maryland Ijjjehnsylva tt and parts of West Virginia un es5 conditf3tisgetieallymprore A Western news aPcr ays lhatjs E R Bracc and Miss Edna Bilk married hear Jopjin Mb he paper foiled to state jwhelher a minister era carpenter performed ceremony i gIifrfi yyear saat November vas the coldest fioa day ldid that is section has ever known during month The Kentucky Live Stock Breeders Association and Citizen Nation al Band of Louisville have filed suits at Owensbpro against the guarantors for the deficit of about 13000 iu the cost of the State lair held at Owensboro t j Twenty two petsonas r dead si e result of the collision between w o jdsIeliler trakis Tr tiiePer4 Marquette railroad nearEastParis j tict aturrlayeaer qJ iyiiihp people are suffering frora t iiyurieb siistaJnejd int be wrack treti i s nerai of them it isJEeiiivcQ wh f f Dr Ale lf r Graham 1J Tj jLA is4tfGenca vJlf brjrg thjieW rrl5ttiscitLjan e SffijthQiij fo j of the SirlitbsortiamJij tit Washington fur reintermehU Jhcremoval of tlereinaiusis said to sic f due to the encro ucbnient of a Stclier quarry oil the English cemetery nti G oa v f A German lieutenant has lieeiif senttcncedwrote and ptiblKlieda novel viih4 out consent of the Minister Of War If heliaii iiiea a private soldier for failing to be jaolite ill would have had a rnuchlFjg ttTsentence Such is mllitarylsm Secretary of Agriculture Wilson hta year fjrts to instruct fanners how tOiiu thouPsand persousare directly employed tr this vfjife lxrmldiri hrnany of the States are rassirtg carsidr fpugThe Cuban Gongresshas uaaTni 501OOOYtther bansoldiers how reas patriotic mile asmiuch sacrifice and endun Isetas much hardships for Cuban independence asdid Gomez and they are yet unpaid After all1 there is notliingwhich makes suciI wide andtricked inequalities among mettas militarism This country has an alarmitgr number of strikes this Tall and the disconttnt among worfcingmen- seemstp be wldelspread and deep e tint accord GovernmeuC t a1 cast of has increased 16 p r cent intb e last seven arslhatQJn so it haIWHIfSINA wlietittt E C DeWitt Ca of Cliicaa- discovered svtue learn a a lie wakeit5sicefion vtttltb da h tjat 1rstet ipiesct emai cats ictir 5 f 3 ltfilzkaE9 1se xtCxatsas bs 4i e3 r fa rrn rtt ctdtuiKits M PWft stti taeatt 1jS iy 1it1aCDVh dlugtla nl t A Jt h- Ji 0n A I twoI Three lop were jtee- r SIS lliny not be good English It may clrlnrkeepingammar But it contains G9 rfRlefiection v We takeoff our coat roll np our slefevps a move on us gotlirongh our but stock the prices way down sell nothing Lat BARGAIXS mid dont split heirs about tJtprice Are von looking for a S for50cThe tip ttunlitY4tlaitl the down plzt tEiolrcit find tiptodateIlerchnntlie Ky The fMore goods for same money well Saine gobjs for less money man There is only olio tight vay to do busi nes yet ten tlttln iHilpenplc are trving to find sulfite other way home to BAKERS LAND STOCK AND CROP At Josh Baryons sale of Shorthorn tattle Wednesday 50 head soU at au average of 65Cyuthiana Democrat j i Tom Hoiladav oM last week tti W Hpljf1 e ling heifers rh ltiy Y Wfncbestet jade Ro iCF c II35C h c fi 151 catt g t tftThe IlarrOawr iiled t x meeting of tie sodaen- a ti 2rgrs of Mercer ccanty t xt Jlnkivey jl tb cousid thf aifvusiinlitv jf holding an i sdioned stpck fair at IlarrodiburK next stthjjner T HbTer Eros bought of Quincyj WardI nit exporc cattle at425 C M Clay sold to Hifaler Bros 36 1300 Ib catile at 4i5KibJer pros shipped last night 250 hog averaging 175 fts that cost 4 cts Paris Kentuckian Robert Daughtery of Wiilits Cal formerly of Hardin county as returned home to reside perm nentlj He will engage in rearing Angers goats oa tiffs farm on Ced CrifoS neitrEialifrntowIa rtatly h indexpeets to receive moC shortly Within a 1 lie expects to have aherd of or 5 000 Wiuchtster Democi An eighteen mouths old l filial tips the beam at Tao poun is in pos5CSiioti bf Squire John 1 Rose iTiiieed itwas raised 1y him and is a specimen of his O L Cvstbck which he introduce d tn our section These hogs are pure while easily fattened and isec of disease Mr Rose hasjust 25ptrlpc Sowaro of Ointments for Catarrh that Ccntcin sercury lli rtuqwil1surely lcsirpy the see e of smell ami Completely derange the whole system when entering it through the rcueom surfaces uch nrtlclts should never be us edexcept ou pmcnptioniii from reputable physicians us the lairiage they will do is ten fold tollie rod can possibly den e from them Halls Catarrh Cure raanufuc internalsg a acting directly upoff the blood and mucous autf3cesof the system In buying HalHs geauiuae It iiUkcirjfutwaallxaatjisiade In Toler Ohio by F J 3heuey Co TestimonE free Bold byDrub jr1r aJlUy- Pll areIke t An Irishman sktdUscotchm2 n rtJas rc tieeirlCflatttty lsaiwf- l I Fl to KTi1 ik h Publisffed EgerY re r rlciay 7 4J1EOLD i MAN cc i SAYSy 0 nnd seethe correct wafin which they do business 7 Our prices on Ovorcoats will tickle you t r n uits will please you on shoe wlllastollI igfeyoH You will be detighter Avithiicis tfDry Gopds G1ielie Ptot ilI1 ill ct you will be glad youcaiue Did you know that Baker fIIt full line of every thiagfktpt hi astore tiiff In the notion to sellan11 tr uxtiov ithv- h veto GOJ One thing I nmt say Itar iye aitH r calls a halt and that itilt rash for fyKir dods Conte to Baketsatl l bny rut Iowr titan you ever tJnght iirht Come and try us told youll think thai I am- A Wiser asidSmarter fl19F Than tc 1i liI U OsBAERi 3IAHETBURO Mr M Hartz is very sick bliss Kssie Cummins is in Stan ird Christmas passed very quietly ere ss Bessie Rev holds is ia Liv dayJttt spent Ciu Mr Osborn home to Indi Inns Mr Wrn Stand lumber here this we Mt Misses J Ver- brother Hi Mrs Ms Mullins and Be hck r Jas Rey n ex regard pedsia and Avhil better aftei using two and better years and In pepsin Cure to quamtances suf trouble Sold druggist 1Old Gelltlcina crying my little Small Boy sobl last night that t dovnf and QldCeatlainas Oh butrtoti finer tip Snull lily see libetp a t 1fOiM itsto t n JIUOUHEAl R P Pike and children spelt Christnas in our town E J Hatnm is in from Florida lookirg as sprightly as ever Root Pike of Livingston was visiting relatives hers last week Tohti Sabers is hcaie from lilt y tSttllill g c c 7 7 i f I MT VERNON SIGNAL PREDAV JANUARY j 1901 PublishcdjK ry Friday by F EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION oint YEAR Sioo etdveJisizg tales made knoum an application HON 1 L 3IOOKE jGTleutocrUieparty Your sujmort earnest If snitched SHNATOK HOAK wrote recently- t a womans clnb that he thought woneiMrtt to be given the suffrage and that it woud purify and exalt borepublicaii dorathera man vlio hocs that the Ropulr election of United States Senators would be revolutionary OUR CONSUL at Frankfurt Ger mony writes that South Africa is 4iagood market for condensed eggs These eggs are prepared by remov lug their surplus water and nddin water They are sent to South Africa in hermetically closed boxes and can hardly be distinguished from fresh eggs OVER 3000000000 pennies hay been shipped from the Philadelphia mint in thepast five years Ilacinside by side they would stretch 23000 miles or nearly around tin JrthIr Somerset Journal was something ofa beauty itself When edit Campbell does a thing he alway does it rightIStRAPS 0 JET Welcome 1904 A Christmas cigar thought curs to us in connection with the saying Give him enough rop r and hell liana himself 5I would rl said If the writer will core to me next Sunday properly hrirMcd and saddled i will he glad lo hl cootIto church as the Lord entered Jc rusalem Its dreadfully hot isnt ratiuuar said Mr McWade j4 Deed it is chile said the o unman IIdc1it is Taint ctrl for it ta be hot this nnay J tc you fortv years ago when the hies ted Javvd made the weather i didnt have these stewing days honey no deed we didnt but thisIus anything they pleases arid they aint skillful chile they aint willful I was once said a celebrated preacher in the Cornish mine some hundreds of feet down in the Craw1ingj getting warmer I said to the miner who was accompanj ing me Jt is getting very hot down here 56infernalI dont know exactly he r ej pagCol C L Colqueen of Louisiana was hailed oh the street one b i thaknow him eCan you tell die asked tht unknown who is the best lawyei town II am sir replied the Colonel The hesitation man looked surprised Excuse me hesaid I should like to have you prove it1 rDont have to prove it sir thundered the Colonel = J admit it Willie had swallowed a pennI IImuchlen she called to her sistri in the next room send for a docI tor Willie has swallowed a penny The teraifisd boy looked up im glaringly 1lNo mamma he Jd t anf s in tht era kohl in this cunil a rebuff that he ig girl administer bishop somehow d the young girl her hair with tod he said url it Him fe did curl jirl but now t He thinks I t myself etime file she rag oskiii Stun Ud got er told him then ever the teller wur funnier in all our street t On the Floor proper But the would do well to he streetcars warn nst the pernicious ig money in the fore dangerous than f expectorating on car and quite as e habit is mostly omen who acre the glove The removed in order to then it 1shJdUI the glove is being re jj i for a sensible ocketJ Ashlan4 11 fUflo r l v Pt KENTUCKY PIClaONS GOM lnSSIO ERS IN TIIKIR UK PORT TELL OJ CONDI e1tWANT PAIiOLKS MADE PERP o TtJA4i tSt3te Prison Commissioners in Jieir report show convict labor low in force as follow under con racl Frankfort Chair Company GI Jell at jy cents a day per man rclranlfutt Shoe Company d1fneii at 50 cents a day add siile Collar Company 150 met at 40 cents a day lianufactnrir n Compiny 150 men at 45 cents a day Kettiickj Foundry Company 50 nci at 50 edits a Louisville Brcol11 orksI7omellj U 3 cents a dny Tins contract was made years ago tvithtenetvalprivilgesatsal rate hence low price per man J Profit made out of Frankfurt Penitentiary the lust fiscal year duPenitentiary for same period fit 1 9i leaving a net profit to the State both prisons of 94 750 Since September 1900 when thet1 role last went into effect 205 have been plroled andi titeitpartncommission r at paroles shall be perpetual at the limit of tiiuc controlin t eligibility of a life prisoner be ma 10 years QUAIL M Craig was in Lancastei Monday C K Lewis came in from Ge trek America last Thursday Wade Mullins sold to W unto of Lancaster a mule for fio McClure has measles al 1Cn others 10 take them McDes spant Xmas in Pu Inski county aith relatives 1A J McMuIen is improving slowly with his broken leg A lew Jays ago Mr Jacob Eide1 d Bill Owens went to Ml Vein n nd as they were rigigcpwmtld entlewian cumin ho said to Mr not friend Owns stofpiiii dyes sir Ia lute been and am now ie g ute uatt then repliedagai Vtll sir you had better get iovn and curt that posr ir3 paten 11lrrielJr Cal McCtura agI t9and Miss Nitmie Cummins ati iS daughter of John Cummins were married December 24 1003 offfficieing Heres wishhig them a long ind happy life Miss Martha Reynolds and Mr Valter Hajs were married a ftti1 111laughter r was married to a Mr Wearen of Este brg were mar rid December 24 Elder Mart Owens officiatingR Well before this is put to pre a new year will have dawned upon d the uhftearty11 be number ih the things of the paSt and gh we should never forget the d year of 1903 we should now info the new year happy and intented And tow heres wish in5 one and all a most happy prosperous yew year Mrs Gsornia Brown of Freedom continues to grow worse all xtht I fhe Stysnif of the coffee you bay adds to its value in the cup lioflCoff e fullstrenpackages Bulk coffees lose thelrt andalsoe rare ttIfreshness tisd full ee CotfdaH Rabbi Hirsch thinks that na pray should np more hi extfm erIIJlisJCS1sIJZheP rayer and lie made expression himself in an7epicbf which him elfwas toe hero The publics n lIezfetnporized FADEDPr cW7 1JK7wIG1prte SCHOJTOYjIcaan tn ilea Intersattonal Scrle ter Jpl1 ary 81904Thr Ro hoot Of Teus THE LESSON TEXT Luke 21052 srotaispiritof Qodvras upon him JerusaifmeYPtAnd when he wa twelve years oe they went up to Jerusalem alter the cuss o10m oftlie yeast And when they had fulfllled the flays tarriEdjbelrl1d ItH him to have been n the company went a days journey and ttey sought him among theiracquaintance theyturnedHim threeJIn the midst of the doctors both hearing them and asking them questions f And all that heard Him were osier nnasersIHimjjefcold Thy father and I have sought teo sarronng IIonlltthatratye n tuLu ray Fathers business ayinJtAnd He sent down with them and same to aaaretb ard was subject unto em but His ottprkPt all these say a her al And Jeers increased In wisdom and stature GOlIJlXlFX1AncIJelluliIDcrfR8e1 and in tavour with God ana mien rn iuinrs lnlI tature clod In f not1r witll Gad nUll nlluLuloe OUTLINE OF scnirruRE SECTIO Jesus Divine OrlglnLlke l C55 133ITUifi Probably December CiB C Bethiehpr1Sdand when yours old visited Jerusalem COMMENTSh ondeko details of Christian living Frequent however our attention should be ailed to tho fundamental facts of tlio relision profess and we must not for jet that these fundamentals are the rh Msloii places of our study What ear believe about God about Jeans Christ hinupon we oslieve Gods Sun A part of this lee DBman and Divino origin He vasA man particularstd thIe phasis upon His divinity that the hum entirelIe was the son of story human and the theIour Gospels vre cannot ignore either la Him God and man are one Tti Babe Jests =JosepTTand Mary or t6tP a censul backtoIanc Fg jsnorl to brliethlehem a Judean village be enrolled Rritli their feilCTr robe rsn of that place Tho couple found hem elves too late toflati entertainnient it the Sun and were forced lo find she ter inn stable Here the Child JesuS was born In poeticcontrast to bto birth 11Ahest le Luke of the vision and of the shepherds Nothing more anIliteraure theIor I bring you good tidings of great joy Which shall b catahick is Christ the Lord Then was heard the angel chorus Glory to God to the Hlshest and on earth peace among mEn u Thom He is weal pleased Mathew records the visit of the wise sEr The BoysJcsusEight days after the girth of Jesus He was taken io Jenisa lam and circumcised according to tfc Jewish ritual law Then came the Jo ep1 vision Matthew 21318 and the night into Egypt After about tat years the death of Herod permitted tlt hemne In site Mosaic law taught to attend the seinesm being with His father And during al versionThol ruled with wisdom and the grace of God was upon Him nnmjIJ Horn Sin sows the seed of sorrow Character is never born full grown maneat up A human cry of need isa heavenly crurttnls3ion T that men make are always Hsfrftiari the men tha God makes TIle night of time ought tot ofiouRp sermonIsration The survival of the fittest may b the way of law but the salvation o the failures is the way of love Grape rum rptrationOne bad habit may bind as fast to the devil as twenty There hover yet was a currency that could purchase content lenisThere is snore danger in the under ground currents oi desire than in the overhead vlud3 of temptation fortfiarcl Uie day In feeding theirRaitrorn DiZZ1J AppctitcpootPJBowelsconstipat ead ache Its your liver AyertPilIsnre liver pills all CoVCJbeardaBIJCK1NOHAMS DlE ielrr rnaess see IWU xieeai xa PAPER IS TORN Yo J tHJlt tttl Ir= ww UIr 14E wr bj 0 U 7lUllUU1Ul 1oYEAR t tMfttf 9trll1 lilZliia i oant CANT HEAD US WE H VErHE STOCK Arid G Kiel IVn lOUR WINTER Douglas greatestlineI KUBBiR goods of all kinds readymade Cloth high tailoring if us dont thingLadiesUnderwear Hosiery fec to a story short can dress up youmybouyml woman youth Miss girl even sweet little iufantll1 cradle JC MOCKER CO- Livingrsfon I Kg i tilUlllilllllhllillllllllllllllllllli1Lllllillllllllilllll lllllllll1liLl THIS A Presidential Year AND YOU MUST KEEP POSTED 2EADhIWaekl CourierJournal Watterson Editor TWELVE PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY REVENUE REFORJI SOCIAL JEFUHlItMORAL 1THE COURIER JOURNAL the best ALMANAC published 35 cents for a copy COURIERJOURNAL CO LOUISVILLE KY BY Special you cats fetthe w YernDn ignal Name o your THE WEEK yQflJmr n1iT BOTH ONE Fox O1LTX150 StrscaIeAil subscriptions this combination theiSIGNAL We Risk It=Druggists Who Sell Miles Nervine Agree If It Fails CosterogitYDr Mies Jfervhsj is for your net es It cures of tho or 1gars by tone to tho nerves which these oi work anatomjbutDr Mlle rail since made use of by wI3catvako physicians who ap its value in the sick tobeThis Is a cure for nerve such as JJaursUgln S1ecplessnessDance Epilepsy or ilt3 Pros tration ear By up the nerves Dr liliesKestorativa also cure those todDUfOlition isms etc prostrationaruvnllcd upon to try Dr Milan Isstyea saved mit lila a few years InIItlIWewScientificdiagnoseyourunit how to rlglit It Absolutely Free sLADORATOIUES proud possessor the rsti5earri in the isne wad believed to be a Trench man named Couloh His which seas never cut meal ltiredia less fifteqp feetin length The whiskers which eredlwerowner being an old man mobil cunpUsly the of J1HeI3Jd jfs LINE OF FALL and GOODS is com I nlete and we invite your attention to the mens ing also class and you pass and look make long ve you We mean boy and the the is Issues Send Arrdn emcut paper AND TIONS only under offer office Dr TniyJlcJro diseases Internal slvias jans many preciate treating medicine scientific disorders Nervous Kervlnc tstt Dropsy Catarrh Rheuma him The of long world fora long Louis eardr trifle than side ugb hisI aM nHIlUIUIUl GO TO JONAS MCKENZIE MT KY iforEverything in Dry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes and General Merchandise BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRIGs Phone 83 I k1EX22If1fiL IITCHES STINGS AND IRRITA- TESParacamph RELIEVES ECZEMA INSTANTLY PoresDrawsaffected parts without Drying or Scabbing 25C ALL DRUGGISTS About two years I had Eczezia bad that could scarcely sleep I entiretyYours trnJy BRIGGS Giassow Ey IFor sale by MT DRUG CO iVORMSi WHITES acv 20 Yeasi9asLed all Worm ReetediisE lOx a T ALLPrepare1by Sold by CHAS C them aside at the very beginning Ballards Horehound Syrup stops a cold and removes the cause of colds 250 Luc and tooa bottle nl Chas C Davis drugstore IN THE SHAHS PALACEot baud of Junk Shop of Yalnnble Inl Strange Coniclouirrtilloi of Squalor and Luxury Ths palace of the shah of Persia ac cording to Capt Donald Stuart In The Struggle for Persia Is an appalling combination of dinginess and splendor of squalor and luxury One of the must rooms is that filled evportraitsIn the next room is his majestys writing apparatus Here stands a globe such as may be seen In a school room eceitIIthat tho continents are made with gems of different colors and all the names of rivers are marked in diamonds On the brframedtisement of a dealer In fishhooks Tbetthrone Itself Is a sort wooden about nine feet by six the woodwork covered with diamonds emeralds 1Thebefloortrclothvase set with turquoises and pearls side by side with a cheap urn countyfairsIeftHandod Most parts of Great Britain have Idlmatcerpressonstodenote left handedness and they are oftenpreCxed to the unfortunate lefthanded childs name In London the term Is linacR equlyahmtTelJOlwl pawed in Yorkshire gallock or gawk handed an pipreaslop datingback to at anDerbyshire pre1commonand11lNotUIigbamri IJbandedneIaiDevoashlreihanded tosued5aHdlmtlMi w et 1dttatttts itf tle i p r 3 v L Q = U o e=A f ww n VERNON No ago so I VERNON CoatlaQunSt CREAMI Y 1I DGVGcxaTIi r of p r c TROLLEY TRAVELERS TRIALS Tulkeil to Hb Employer Who Hap enrtl to Be a Stockliolilcr Compnii Owning Line emitesaaaytranclvIltzation her morning as he was soundly berat office ItjblockILSinfacyvrajses How can a man make time when mafraldtcr11nthecarfaater locomotJoa indigrattaswant to make time you have to be a thObolcIhearted calculateheargiven time unless they stop down town a1liceIcrce the rider west on getting red firmlybelJeve outrellelumberingthingThe trolley rider told his boss so much firedforHorse Car thellowingstretrtliwaytrackr Hutcllinson Kan saran CaLaeTe1lmlleeCJieqom mUd Arkanna City Kan eve miles d T con Arts flee mites The table suchbrlgktospects rsllwarJoperatedexIfl ATnuYKneiI i tHc 1Ier 7 ty Ayw I 30t t y r MT VERNON SIGNAL Ia MT VERNON KY JAN iI I 79Cnll up No when wnnttoC Commuiii cttrt with SIGNAl 79 IIa R TIME TABLE Z4 north TacGp 26 north j37a m 23 south 129 p 25 Si uth 113 a mI lAs LANDRUM Phons No 58 ttered PtsAnG cUst IDe- KerPEUSONAL f Supt M Mallard was in Le ington this week J J McCall is still suffering with a felon on hip linger i Mrs E B Miller returned fro Lancaster Monday tiweek at Preachersville Mr and Mrs Elmer Houk isC ited relatives here yesterday elfamUMrs CB Hende son of LebaJ juon Junction is visiting bOUlec folks Mr and Mrs M C Miller vis ited relatives at Versailles this week Miss Emma Pennington visited brother T J Pennington at 1 Wilton Miss AnnaThompson will enter Hamilton college Lexington Mon day next Dr Percy Benton and W H AI USbrightWednesday S B Ramsey went to Brodhen- djesterday and bought several head rof butcher cattle IF W M Hysinger Srt was here Monday and todj us that his wife or is in very poor health Mrs Cleo Brown was taken ver iseriously ill Sunday nights hut is haconsiderablyMiss Mattie Stringer of Sta ford was here Friday till Sunda visiting the family of Willis Griffin Mrs W H Carmical and chi drtn of near Livingston are the guests of Rev J G Carmical and family Mr and Mrs U G Baker spent Saturday until Monday with rela tives at Livingston and Mullins station Our section foreman Granville Adams will be moved from here either to Livingstouor Crab Orchard r Representativeelect W A B Davis will leave tomorrow night for Frankfort so as torte on hands on the 4th to assume th duties of his office E Bullock is selling saddle and harness by the wholesale and a plenty of theriiHe left this week oua trip through the Southern countiesMr MrsR B Mullins re turned the last of the week from visit in Knoxville rinji while the Mr Mullins got Sis new spri line of samples J J Towery who has been moatFspent a short while here Tuesday morning while en route 19 his home at Level Green Judge Tye of Williamsburg is assisting C C Williams in the t fense of Frost and Cox for the ing of William Gant County At fiinipriBLOCAL jKmjThe one weekoid baby of Mr IH and Mrs J W Parsonsflied Tues day morning W H Proctor of Orlando and ga Mrs LiiiecreekF were married Wdn sc ay 4 1 Dos t iprgetto keep your ofattiestreetSclean It is of ore im pJrtance toYati4ban aayone tlDThe Masonic Lodge met Sa daj elected and installed the lowing officers for the ensuing year Willis Griffin W MscBethurum S SVa GR Jleanis JW Henry Brannamah Treas Geo S GrlffinSeey iL Bet bay Fruw SJDf Arc1i Funiusb JJfa- j Owens J JCook and t HCofiey Stewards Pr3Iiv i v A meeting fhe stockholder of the Bank of Mt Vernon will be dir9Oti Mrs Elizabeth Joplin liar open ed a lunch thwd in the vacant room adjoining Dr Davis drug store Tbo night office at this place hadjIFOR SALELAcertifitate to then Bryant 3t Strqttou Busiues College Louisville ocd nor a intuition wastrAny one vyho will furnish us wit Ia copy of the MT VKRNON SIGNAL of Oct 2 1903 will he given tee a years subscription to the paper A protracted meeting will begin at the Baptist church next Monday night Jan 4th to be conducted by the Rev O SI Hue of Stanford slatxWilliams New supply in today Address all mail orders to McKitNziK BROWN MtLasalla Doan and Miss Pearl Mc Kinney tuner married at Hatjsford the home of tile bride on Tuesday last week Eld T D Mullins phorfficiating AIIeen a praisers of the stale of James Ro deceased Mrs qualified as administratrix Miss Mary Durmon the oldest daughter of Mrs Annie Durmon minandDav Woidneaii Brodbead CARD OF THANKS We desire to express to the good people offML Vernon our heartfelt thank for their many kindnesses shown day1tAs excitement runs very high at Hill since the trouble of last it was thought wise to put on guru until an adjustment reckoning of matters could be AriDaviiagreed to furnish the SIGNAL granplapthat you may keep posted send in your name at once for the SIGNAL andwe will do the restThiAll parties indebted to this office either on subscription or otherwise are requested to please call and settle Please remember it is your duty to come to the office and settlf and net wait for the editor to chase you overthe streets or county Joseph Frost and Henry Cox had is their examining trial yesterday oras the killing of William Gant at ihr Hill Christmas eve Frost wa heldoverunderabond of 500 and Cox tooo which they gave A large number of wituesses testified CARD OF TITANSWe desi couryVernon and vicinity our since thanks for the many favors done and courtesies h lartheour mother Mrs theamietakqgwounding of Horace Edwards at a Abhsbut the Commonwealth announced not ready and the case was coati wed until the gth of January wards is rapidly recqveriiig Owing to the inclemency of the to miweatheroulyheard the music made by the old wi last Saturday First mizeBrodhead second to George toIL Tate the promoter say a great success in every parU ticular except financially s kingtc bnt never tiring at well doing leI contemplates haying another ia the near future of eAturday night the prize for the t gli luau was warded to W A avis by almosw the utianim prfnlue senUtivelLJriTis with large t JamouscGr ltltJitime to find him a good seat jet fjli J T 13 FADED 1f iff The trod rf Ri 6t frt ir was sold Monday under ex ected to the sheriff of the soul ty for 02209 was bought by J C Sul len for 1050 It is one of the best pieces of land in the county The fullamtjunt of he execution was 11 749 but personal proper ty was sold to pay the balance Mr H G Edwards of Band Kv writes us to please correct our report of last kthat Hor ace Edwards was shri at a dance P J Halls He says he was at the dance and furthermore notI not shot We agree with Edwards as to himself liar there hare other Horace Edwards and our report was in no way incorrect claiei1Ied by fall ing slate at mine No2 Brush Creek Wednesday afternoon A negro was imprisoned in the min for a time but was rescued without any injuries About five feet of e fell which we understand- was due to the carelessness of minc ers in failing to put up the recess- ry props r Henley V Bastin of this city is winning quite a reputation with the telephone peoplenot only I in this state but in other localities He attended the literState Tel e ne Association at Chicago last week a nc received much attention busiuesP anbchosespro Record Rockcastle county will appear in eight different places in Kentukrys 1Worlds Iswillthe exposition Mr W U Grid field representative ef the Min eral Committee of the Kentucky Exhibit Association spent several s in the countv during October he arranged bribe different exhibits mentioned The Ken lucky Freest one Co at Langfor- misedpro to ship three blocks stone a nine a buff rid an alit the different faces qf each block dressed in separate style and in h eCblocks so sized that when stacked one upon the other they will form- an attractive pyramid Photo phic views of this quarry and IGriderMt Vernon MrV J Sparks gets Is road ballast and makes s lime is reported to be onus ally good and Mr Sparks has pro isedan exhibit of it with a Scubealso to furnish a photograph of the quarry and works Vhich make an oqIa stone which Mr Stnder reports very much rcsembling xyarble thebankshunred yards Mr Grider was able to get three pieces of it Rock stless exhibit Anatlt erher tireie nty on propeity of Dr A litreha gra Ha has mt ised the Exhibit Association a ge block of this tone rhrecI miies Southeast of iyt on L farm of E W Hansel is a d- ne aytown from which two samples were en by Mr Gridand shiped to uisville There are two beds of of the clay with no parting between ove the top bed isa heavy black W forming naturally an excellent mine top Mr J A August EiEdsamples of clay and limestone tidyies be good cement material neral he exhibit from ter bolltroleum from the old well se les South of Mt Vernon This wen is feet vetwithgoo deep has n e been pomped but there is a small flow of oil from it Mr VB chsair Co of the Worlds Fit Commit for the county is seeing to it beingkeptthe Mt Vernon Gitfseng y ass has promised to tttaYean at exhibit and Is to furnish some of the finest plants of this Fraqnsknown to be over sixtyfive years willekalso orti ltur Pepartment of the Worlds irJcJ1w Miller of Lan vas er wfeo owns avery large orch jnwir Mt Vernon j hvinJtSenf git2 F n PAPr3 13 TOfiH e I rltriiIUSN Davis sold his residence in the northern part of town to Tom French rGranvi1l Owens colored son Hart t Owens line of our most spectid co1nric1 zens pl ad- Rtrlt v to the hQ solstrahtyfi divetn Rrfnntrge J arbor timeton same charge were acquittc1 The hot i fourteen years old honJirKy and one of the cartenurs frthis division of the L Ncan Hruahlydoesliving He is the father of a child gewonder ia girl who will be eleven J Nrs iatyat ecu inches around the muscle of the arm She reps well eat andhearty seems to be in nerfe health in every way William Gant who was shot and TbursdaYtI rodr one 25 cents at the proper time he received a hurl worthy of any man with a nice hearse to carry him to his test resting place Why any person should hesitate underIIstaud longer but send or bring 250 L Willis Griffin Mt Vernon and get you a certificate of membership LIVINGSTON7 Mrs Ed Shea is visiting at Cleve land Ohio tvatuCharleeare in Louisville E Nicholson of Lebanon was town Wednesday Miss Ethel Madd is visiting friends at Corbin Win Stanley of the exchange is Lancaster this Mr Thos weekIat his country bluliiasisonthcsdtlisu t i HoneymHers wishing the readers of A Happy New Year thel itIiogson were in Lebanon Tuesday Mr and Mrs R C Wade 3lei visiting relatives in Boyle county Mrs Ed Woodall and Miss Lime oodall visited at Lebanon Tues day orbliss Ella McClure returned to home at Snyders Switch Mon dayMiss Mattie McFerron f Pine Hill is with her sister Mrs W J Children John Brown Mt Vernon and T Stewart Wildie were its Tuesday ere Orndorff of Newark 0 spent Christmas with his parents this place Frankie Burnesthe little sari of O Birnes hasl ten quite sick but is better nEbars Fullen Francisco of the ght Gables has a severe attack rheumatism George Mouuce and dau Capitols returned to Middles rough Wednesday litvtieR daughters left Thursday for a visit relatives at Parksville Messrs J C Hockey and D S McKinney ofthe J C Hockerr firm are in Cincinnati this James Mershon of Stan ford is visiting her husband ja Mershon at the Eight Gab Hotels v Mrs Sue Holmes and Miss Suework Beth James of Stanford were the last wee o 1 JisterMi55 Fanriof Mt Vernont1 were the gutSilf Mrs ter Christmas day Messrs yirade5rown aad Jack reentweretheguests Sunday and Monda Miss llaS nletof Corbin visited her parents Mr and Mrs to f 1jl her sister Urs Grace Ward List week Dad Orndorff D S McKin Her W C Mnlins and W F wlthIdayPlf E J Brown vas in OMI ov on account of the sari us cuidiMon of John Griffin son of David Griffin who has pneumonia Siiin Ward Jr of Louisville spent Christmas wirh his parent Mr and Mrs Samuel Ward biro Will Ward entertained a few f fends Saturday with a dinner in his or Will Graves sad Miss Zora Rey Holds were quietly married at the residence of the brides parents PIIOnly a few friends were present andjo Mr andtIS Henry Burton were married at East Bernstadt Christ wellIwho wish her and her husband a life of happiness c ctIF UNWELL Try a 5oc bottle of Herbine no tice the improvement speedily ef fected in your appetite energy itIindigestion Isaac Story Asia Mo writes alt 10 1900 I was in bad he lib I had stomach trouble for 12 months also dumb chills Dr J W story prescribed Herbine it cured me in two weeks I cat not recommend it too highly it will do you iainfor it IISold by Chas arug sl A1erSlry Losing your hair Coming asby the combful And In No sense in hat Why dont you use ii Ayers Hair Vigor and Hair Vigorfi promptly stop the falling stooIappear Could you reason iacly expect anything better me 1lyanduTnrminiIl t a bottle J c tOi dN Jw10 s IjThin Hair IW M Francisco MONUMENTAL 10RKSL Bro bea Ky Granite sad Marble Mouumenls s and Tombstones ALL VORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVEN Hrnth I BRODHEADrKY GEORGE JETER PROP Headquarters for Traveling Men Good Sample Room Livery Attached The citiIzens rThHotel S JOSEPH COFEEY PROPR ofStitnford Ky travelingghon Bath rooms free to guests ATES 200 per day Fowler JlJbrigbtI KY MANUFACTURERS O- FTornbstones and Monuments sLL l inds ofmarble at d granite CutterslesWe make a specialty of high grade feb 27 if ScMcCLARYS Undertaker bi EInbalm CaliFr sl Qrdeis by Telaphpne attqncl1 ed promptly 1 Stan tIy l 1 It PI r i GaI B h I I A1egetaG lrePsraiionferts similatirg fI ltylheSloaacl5attdl3oteisaf- CfiI Promotes DigesHonChCrfullf ness and f 1NOTni rrJ mretsnc l nRsdrrxrr sIJ fccl n IIWormsConvulsionsfcverish ncss ln OF SR FasSLnlic Signature of l tZ NEW YORK COpy Or WRAPPER l I CASTORIAPor t The Kind You Have BoushtI i Signature x rlot iI I n I Use m For Over IThirty Years ASTORIA ctlsnY em r THEBPKOPATYERNDW SV1T VERNON KY OPENED 1900 j CAPITAL STOCK 15000 VlCEPfcESW mshSalteationOur friends and patrons are invited to call when in town Phone No 55 REhCH LICK and- WEST BADEN Springs Louisvillethereof dollars to enjoy if they were in Europe toCarlsbadEuropetar medicinal waters Thv water is as etlefr a the scenery and surrounding country the sir and ifS hotelsandalnccinnmltiansand this gentleman is n native of Switzerland oflior ridcs tt1drivaa amor henumerpst Uritle paths ml blthem ntatldsocial pleasure possible at thu most fashionable refom ON THE MONON ROUTE For booklets telling all about the wotcr Hotel Rates and full information write E BACON 1 JP A Louisville Ky GRIFFINPractical and FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Kv tock1t 1T1 HJSAliSE Atiadicd Can utveEfu1almjcgCome and see me anything I have not got can get for 3011 OB fits train that leave the cit- yORDERS by wire Promptly Filled Phone No 63 Jt PRESCRIPTIONS VERY drnggistsays that dauglSS saysiJiatvor ndultmtcddrngs Every says hat lie does ac curate work What is then left for us to stv different from anybody else9Fell we in you to bring your preserip two Mind see the kind af- ii treatment you get ion store- anf 0 d notice the Avay everything 4 f youigddndtjfeel t i putnp just ins hour doctor hitJ pike to hltveit j i i Chas C DavisJ PHONIE64 Mt Yernor l r r t trIf cof ss L StHUGTURE s v- iLPalace of Agriculture Is Worlds i Fairs Largest Building Ff IT COVERS AN AREA O23 AGREE Ten MlJIion Feet of Lumber Ueed Its Construction One Hundred and Twelve Tons of Nails Consumed One Hundred and Fortyfive Thou sand Panes of Glass and Ten Tons of Putty Used in the Glazing The usual description of the Palase of Agriculture at the Worlds Fair falltos magnitude The fact that it Is feet long and 540 feet wide covers 23 acres cost 529000 and Is the lar eat exhibit building ever constructed to contain a single department has Leca old Wiu4 one Is iniormcd that ove 10000000 feet of lumber were use 1 in the Construction of the bull Ing he may yet have an Imlistitiic conception of its magnitude The amount grows on one when he is tot JthIsmakes a navy train so it will be rcquired to transport the lumber for FallZVas forests were denuded that this building might rise In the Southern pineries one acre of forest will oa an average yield feet of lumber A little calculating will show that 1666 acres or nearly two and one hal square miles were required to fur 1Aspalaces of the Worlds Fair or about one twentieth of the total building construction it will be seen that 33 320 acres or over 50 square miles o forest were cut for the erection of the Worlds Fair buildings joiningwhen one pauses to think spec startling facts Five cars were re quired to haul the nails In each car were 450 kegs Jn each keg were 100 pounds The fivo cars of nails weighed 225000 pounds or 112 and 3 halt tons The 10penny nail was ths average size used It requires a strip makonea penny nails weigh one pound and in the 225000 pounds used there wer 23850000 nails The total length o the wire from which these nails wera made was 94400000 inches Reduce red 7630000 feet or uu J Then it the wires were ut and strung in the form of n K It would reach from Kansas flIcars of sand were consumed plastering of this building a n the pointins + f sing of the of the TCcture On the inside alone eight cars of sanito were sprayed on ths walls and timbers And the extert amounIL H one a penchant for opportunityThere roof The roofing paper which w LSa first put on weighs 50 pounds to a square A square is 10 feet square or 100 square feet Thus the paper weighs 500000 pounds The paper covered with pitch 60 pounds to the pfGOOOQOthe gravel One yard of gravel weighing 2700 pounds will cover squares of roofing There were 1250I yards of gravel used on the roof and this weighed 3375000 pounds Tho combined weight of the paper pititand gravel is 4475000 pounds snow fall on the roof to a depth of one foot another weight of 5182000 pounds wouu be added and the t lars would havo to bear a total weig of 9657000 pounds The bolts and rods used in joining the heavy timbers weighed 529000 hundred and thousand six hundred ad forty nine panes of translucent glass each 18x theli ten tons of putty do this Were all of the glasses made into one piece it corer a surface of 185439 feet or over four acres t erecting the building there wero ljwould 60 to 67 feet tall by joining and bolting timbers There were 80truss esbex long each weighing twel There were 536 smaller truss u Jtons weighed seven tons each t Drake the contractors rs built the Palace of Agriculture with a force of 750 men cornplet- ed 1 the frame vork of the great structure ldIdemanded faster worK no could ha- a tone it In thirty days iBESTLINBtENTONEAR H l D Baldwin Supt Ci vItWater Works Wiwwrites I have tried many kin d 4 of have never f l11uclt beaeit until I used l lardi ins Liniment ferTlmeiua t usm a I think P25C 5 Cjtnd St has C Efayls ic 1 IDAHOAJW lDiSt C rt Western States Wcd Fruits and Products STATE BUILDING OUr OF ORDINARY A Bungalow For Idah Nugget Weighing Ten Tons Tel Richness of Mineral Deposits Apples and Transparent Hore Somewhat different from the o the state buildings is the structure Idaho is erecting at the Worlds It Is unique handsome comfort and attractivetiIt Is an original design by Walker a Boise architect find will stand on the hill overlooking Agriculture and Horticulture Pal It has for neighbors the Cai1f and Illinois State buildings The building work on which begun early in November is 60 square and one story high It i signed along the lines of a Rang with cleancut plain outlines exterior walls will be of cream ored staff anu the roof of red Sp lishortiling The arrangement of ta3 interior is that of a Spanish haclendia the rooms being arranged on the sides of an open court or patio the center of the court wilt be a b eau tiful fountain surrounded by Inviting flower gardens The entire building will be an ex hibit showing the richness of Idahos forests for all the rooms will bs finished in the natural wood and each room will possess a different finish Idahos building will betSlate Club House where each to the Worlds Fair may be finding a hearty welcome and an ideal resting place Idfhos the withoutjabove the floor and persons Ekx the windows will contain photographic transparencies of Idahos unrivalled scenery and else here in the 1111I ing will be shown a large number of photographs illustrating the staieV scenery and points of interest Idaho in presenting her resources at the Worlds Fall will concentrate her exhibits in the Departments Agriculture Horticulture and 3 Conf tonand promises have a show that will be a revelation Several f 1 AGRICULTURAL BUILDING rev enormity fortyfive to Henry Shnllsbarg linllffeptlaUt eceivI Ittheljestl linitne TenRoom visitorI to car loads of apples are now in storage and these will be displ when the Exposition opens on 30 He says he has Winesap apples so large that the Wiuesap cf East appears as a pigmy and avor is unsurpassable lucn he h Grimes Golden Jonathan and all other standard varieties Other f aIAyl be8hpTOi as fljey be comprehensive eahibifsv cereals and grasses and all other ag ricultnral products rThe sweetest and fairest es will be honey made by bees that pasture on Idaho alfalfa The honey feetInhave been worked in a honey combe darker shade The main part honey exhibit is behind glass an though the honey is nearly inches thick it is so transparent isone may recognize the features of an ItIn Idaho will exhibit the largest and richest nug get over mined This was taken In dAlencIons It can twins 30 per cent pure silver and per cent lead If placed on the mar the great nugget would bring for s metal value alone many thousand dollars Idaho produces largo quantities Thishtmlniatureandpolishing tho gems will be practlcalIly demonstrated There extractIng3ores hehEvery visitor at the Worlds next year may Discover the North PoleWorlchas tcgun on the Con cession From Nf r York to tIlt willand orf the pavilion There a reproduction in full size of the essteamship St Louis Visitors go all through the ship and see machinery From the decks one lies tvietiofaBtage and will appear to take the trip suggested by the of the concession Walls of ancient Manila reproduced la Philippine exhibit reID IESTle TROUAIE isiesceptional b fiadjafaniy tr here there are no d itnesticnip Mires occasionally but these can he lessened by having if Kings New Life Fills arouiidi Much fr- oeysae M by their great work jstonsacti and liver troubles fit YiIi reltece you but c ire aiglldtugglsfs J r i MGTHil OVERLOOKED yr aCtion jl Life to Have Part SPECIAL BLIND AND DEAF tonsShow at the Worlds Fair the 0I jgres3 of the Schools From 1793 Educeyfora thTinzbl the University at Lea nnFioo3thettpug pertuLouisvillefKentucky u imlm t orniawas fortunate enough to get as AAaedfTslaythiscoleducational affairs from Kent will be more than could be exile pmt Mark is in close touch with the ROtenthJInb the prominence to which they ere titled The collegiate the high school the training school the kin dergarten the normal and the busi ness courses are of course included Especially designed cabinets for playing drawings portfolio etc will be provided for the differ eat schools A sample of this cabs net with the base in which written work is to bo shown is now at h quarters for the inspection of any educators The exposition authorities are very anxious to have an excellent habiteof the blind and deaf and stitutions of Kentucky Dr Hunton of the Blind Institute ecLouisville has been invited by Howard J Rogers the chief of department at the Worlds Fair to send two of his best Pupils a boy and a girl to St Louis for the entire ex position period suggesting that matrlmlate in Greens School for BUnd in St Louis and appear in Ute Educational Building daily with classes to be sent from Dr Greens School One of the features of the lOEducational Building will be a largo ullsvlies ons blind pupils toI organa been asked to pairofPoint System is to be shown an as tIle exposition may be reckoned a lace for te survival of the fittest these conflicting printing jsystems It Is the hope of the ton that Dr Huntoon wilt consent Dr Rogers is Iso very desirous having a class from the Deaf Dumb Institute at Danville He gisti promised the association that everything of an ingenious nature turned lout by these blind and deaf and dumb pnpiis will bo fit aped wh the word soldcol as rryedgritLIVE STOCK ARISTOCRACY Sfur is liveI isthefwill be sent to the Louisiana Purchase Ex expectattohabit n of sands of dollars of the quarter million dollars offered by the No Fair officials in premiums Mr L L Dorsey until recently president of of threePcommittees of the different classifications T L Hornsby Eminence Shorthorn Cattle J W OBan Louisville Aberdeen Angus D L Moore Harrodsburg Polled hem Cattle W H Gil tner Emine ace Hereford Cattle M 1L Scovell Lexington Jersey Cattle S PworospectCastlenian Pleasant Hill Saddle gorses George Graddy Thoroughbred Horses John andsStepping Horses W T Chit Campbellsburg Cheep FG Ho a sayandBelgian Hares J H Good Louisville onlIttry R H Young Louisville Pge Each of these cl1altm nhasasub beccommitteesand fifty in number are sty prepFairara that Kntuclcy will have between three hundred and five hundred head of its finest stock at the expositionsail of this stock is to be the best can be shown in the various epos sits stotrailurges open the Exhibit Association the im becsheIf Rome should really consent to andsend a valuable collection of Vatican Wortiamol r air It will certainly absorb tho greatest interest The rarest tr t to njChuJciJ is thin during pains of accidental cuts i men ontidstlruisesburtisacaldssore n fectorstUIjoints Butt iBeres no needJor it Bucklens Arnica eJthe jj 1in11t4cie Henry saysA pretty t he happ2st help Qth qt tellapE J7 1 Have You Made Up Your Mind wheret You want to Go caHowabout the West or Southwest SOUTlIiUTYOUR TICKETS IJEAB OYER THE HEXBEKSON ROUTE j Yon cantget bettei fcrvice FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS ON ALL EVENING RAINS BETWEEN KEN TUCKY PINTS AND ST EVElinST AND SOUTA WEST The only line that itaTIns LINE IS RECOGNIZED AS THE OFFICIAL ROUTE P 0 RCOl FOR T A RAVEL L E J E T W E E N KEN DIthis E SOUTHWEST ueryGet the Henderon liiUNDTRIPERS AND ONE WAY COLO EFFECTenFIRST THIRD TUESDAYS EACH 3IONTH II Askits for rates firstova J Gen Passgr Agt GEO L GARRETT LdTrav Passgr Agt fLOUISVILLF kv One Day e Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab ProfrSAVED FROM TERRIBLE DSATH The family of rsM L Bob hethert ng and were powerless to save her The most skillful physcians and every remedy used failed while consumption was slowly but urely taking her life In this ter rihle hour Dr Kings New Diicov ery for Consumption turned des into joy The first bottle immediate relief and its continued use completely vulva herIIts the most certain core in the frotu bles Guaranteed bottles Sties druandAlter nearly 30 years of constant effort andth tYeadttare of nearly dinfaterpaltimee re flattendel at the poles and le this fact has long been as hcatsas removed the question from the domain ofdoubt ins Did tte President take up the slaprills at to th all us rovcib 4th tvanonn t eDttrv lay proverb It often seems to atworkthoughtold why T1Vlletl mothers are worried and nont fleshn we give them Scotts Em 1on uMis like the penny in the 4becauseastonishing about it- ScotesEmulsion is simply amilkof pure cod liver oil 1lypophosphitesthat machs WiGluldrentaket01t evbecauseuoon the remedytakes just as = naturally to the children be cause it is so ifbr tneii wantsI J c The the most satisfactory treat to We will send you the penny l e ssample free tECsuiehatd s pctnrt s the HUrlmu buysr r BUWNIChatxlsf 409 Pesri 5iruNile dtf If L ti S S IS TORN rRr HOD K ADAMS T IAre Headquarters For Good GOODS 1 t ad Our stock of General Merchandise the most complete in the county and our prices will interest buyers v =Si iiai iSwV if andCClothing we are going to close out at greatly reduced prices You who ire looking for bargains call in1 al I tEhipiHayand0oAEI Exchanged Or Money Back l u nilVERNfi1 DIRECTORY URT fY XbVB toiNfv COUKT l day in each m ntJ QUARTERLVCotJKTll in each month CIRCUIT COUVT Second Mot yinFebil1arYI Fourh Monday May and Third Monday in n tember MT VERNON Pptics COURT Third Monday in each month URCHE- Serrice it the Ohrutinn Church Preach 1st k 3r I Sundaysat turn and 730p SnnHay School 930 a m every 9unda Praye1eetinrEverplhursday3ttpiThe service on t uaday morning and t rerun Baptist Church Serrices on the Thin Saturday night end Sunday SunJuy iehool at 9 SIn every Sunday Prayer meeting on Tuesdaynights s MASONIC bland lodge No 640 rae n ind Yon 9ani VERNOX R CHAPTER No MEETS every SECOND 2 pm MACCABEES R U TMTENT No tl meats every 1st Std Monday at 730 p m JAS E nOUK Com CHA5CD11Sli X L MYERS Dentist MT VERNON R FIRSTCLASS WORK OFFICEAt residence on 01 1Main St known as ftbeC C Williams residence- PHOxsNo 73 ll he fn office at BROD EAD MONDAY neon till Tuesday C C Williams ATTORNEY ATLAtV MT VERNON KY rOFFICE On 3rd floor of Bankof Vernoh on Church streetSpecial attention given collections Phone NoV 80 a 1 Ile Qust- GH MILLER PROPRIKTOR Fhad uartier for COLYI YIGIt t11 21f e1C1 niJllns n vernon y s ni1ib Ftd I Bcsf r OjD a tJ J i Very Lowesf I Pncssi f You on 3Have tr A18rn B The To Go if you arethiukiugofdoing so ke IIthe fact the tLouisville Henderson St Louis HaUvvav S IIITOAlso Low Colonist Rates to aJitorma Alontaisa ItIdaho Washington Oregon British Columbia and- other Pacific and North Pacific Coast Points LJ IRWIN General Passenger Agent- t Ask Us For Rates Louisville Ky i MemphisfirstFor oneway tickets Half the OneWay Rate plus 200 vround trip tickets one plus 200 to points in Missowi TerritoriesWriteThe kIt rant tbrxwh tralei tn Tmax eqolppca with tat ttmdrITllroub10 ECHAETER TravcUag Paoangcr Apart Cincinnati O S W Lis BE AJ7MX General pau and Ticket Aft St tool Ma f1Jont11teP1I1Tiieyr l patJoOhJacit fiversxrctcswexecute UAnsttur a colttt ccontinual and iRcreasmcdtMK to attain the results r s acts oa the llyer CHRS CkUk T and Fever sad term ef AtalatlatBllletl Reatlttln axd Iwter triK6ft Fevers and byli efag to the Mi of tin 5 troubk works p rma nt Hire FIFTY CENTS flR OTirLl t baC Davis Drtt tD o r jJ