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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i I is v Established 1887 V741 = = XUVOLUME XVJI MT VERNON HOCKCASTLE COUOTY KY FRIDAY JANUARY 8 1Q04 r TME 11 i Ever phcccl lit fmre the people of Rockeastle 0UTitylf UjtoJ atr n w goo s yOU can alvuy find actual i B rsr ins f sound clean stuff BOYS SUITS Worth 125Nowat75cls Worth 200 Now at 5 Worth 300 Now at 200 Forth S4 no Now at 300 MENS SUITS Worth 5 50 Now at 400 Worth 650 Now at 500 Worth 750 Now at 600 Worth 10 oo Now at 7 50 Worth 14 oo Now at 1150 TvTT jT IijUuni Tiexni14 i41I J3EHIIIGREATEST SLAUGHTER SKRTSp 285 OUR5h Af Our WWer Goodsh Worth 1j ynnl v tOe V o hsirdle the finest he Fn 1 in town Conioand you will nil go away satisfit thit you arc prolitted hy COUlllgn KRUEGERSON71T KYt fl Opposite Depot Near Pustoffice HEREAreSomeOfmy READTHEMBCosmopolitan yr St on Frauk Leslies Mmthly yr 5100 My Club price tor both 125 yr 100 Leslies or Cosmopolitan yr oo Mvb Club price for both 25 Review of Reviews yr 250 Success lyr bo corh Cosmopolitan lyrIoo My Club prrce for all three THESE omya few Ifjon dr nt see what you send me your and Iwill jrive you a Cutrate lnuhr I offer MCKENZIE BROWN jLt ie MtVernon Ky POLITICS AND POLITIC1 4SS President Roosevelt receiver from the Czr a pertnal caple nnsage of New Year rretiugs The New Year rtccpiii at the White Houe nvis atttnd by nearly 7000 people Pre leutJ Roosevelt shook hand with he callersA was introduced in lia isota m akirg it lawful for any person to kiss anther unless he he able to produce ltan bilfof health The United States Circuit cart of Appeals at Cincinnati hasi vers ed the case of McKenna and Vyan Lexington election officers con victed in the lower court ol con spiracy and sentenced to two years each in the Senator J C S Black bura au nounces that he will be a candidate reelection and will make the fight of bis life Hr COtles iu for Gorman fur the Democratic n rniin ation ftir Pre sid in- At the clse of business Doc 31 there was balaice in the treasury exclusive of all warrants ald checks 150549765 This is the largest amount that the State of Kentucky in its history of 112 years hs had ou hand at the end of any and the largest sum of money which has ever confronted a General As sembly in the history of the State With simple ceremony Geo B McClellan was inducted into the office of Maor uf New York succeeding Seth Low piomised that there would be no step backward during his administration municipal government JUST ONE MINUTE One Minute Cough Cure gives relief in cue minute because it kills the microbe which tickles the mu cons membrane causing the cough n dat the same time clears the r phlegm draws out the inflamation and heals aRci soothes the affected parts OHC Minute Cough Cure the J n sfVardoff pneumonia and is a batml 5arri never jai Jfnf cure Tmriall jrarP cases fc Jhs cod a dSU One Cireisi pasan ji to tak- eThrog J 4 t tJI sr SJ 1 dyOs C l I7t LADI ES All ot our 75c 5OcT Our 125 Skirts Now at i w SKIRTS 2 200 3 50 500 t Skirts are as good as those yo- upaySoo aud 10 oo for in the city save train fair Dress f line of otds i i Everybodys i i i i t Everybodys 300Iare want list Z s a the Legislature i a nilentiarI for year He strengthens Li11uteCog DviSt1iedrlIjiit a 7IJAFi A in Dr Prnclor old to W 0 Proca lor 3 900 pound steers at cents Mrs Wilmuth Elder has beent1 ver ick hut is improved now Dr Southard has bougiit out ICnow appears Barnes S1uthardI Several cases of measles withp more to follow in this partaNat Wright sold his farm of 50 acres toAudrew Owens fur 450 David Elder Jr Las bought the Gabe Hunt fOI250 a C K Leiand family will leave at once for their home in OklhomacWe understand the proposed debate between Elder J L Davis and the Mormon will begin Jan 25th at 1036 oclock and be held at Providence A G craig is numbered with sick We ate dinner with Stephen E dcr the other dav ind found Sun at work as usual Not man v men of his age does the work he does He reaps a good reward for it too toIi some peopleought always to he thankful to get advice too For after leading the life which some people do advice might be useful to them But some peo pie never take advice until it is too lateThe weather is 50 cold that farmers are doing srcely anything ex cept make fires and feed fA VERYLiSECALL I stuck to my engine although every joint ached and every nerve was racked with pain writes C W Bellamy a locomotive fireman of Burlington Iowa I was weak andoale without any appetite and all rundown As I was about to give up I got a bottle of Electric Bitters and afier taking it I felt aV well act ever did lnIl1Y lifeJ Weak sickly run down people aV vays gain new life strengthand igor from tHefr use Try them ilisfacuon gtftfanteed by all drug gists ErTccSgp ms Russla Us riM fora niagni6 r LEVEL GREEN jTheace With a cold and icy stare butt i will become warmer when the j days are longer The salear IJpropertycd PolandChina hog of 250 lbs as bot by Wa 1e Brown forltSheep brot about 725 per bead little thirdrate mules 5eacl1 c c Auiit Fanny McKinney aged 8t ears was buried t the old McKinn y burying ground Saturday p m She was he last suivivor ofa large and- onorble family She lived to see G G G nephews andnieces s Jarvis Brown has seen cases ofImeasles his wife being one among etItinttits us unpreparedBA J cKmnev sold one gobbler for 250an enormous price but was a grewh Hopper few scattered tirds will vow TheI but the full force of will be brot to bear upon the Coy family and So mote it besLet us all t1r Daviol aiProtectivethe birds for three years for the partridge is inceed the farmers friends they do us much good but no harm Thom Brown our baby Everett icQu ary Messrs Grover and still Price went to join the Sue ennett army at London today Victor and Otto Brown Bodle Thompson and Other Catron are at erea This force would have een a great auxiliary to Mt Vernon college and we think should ave gone there but then I dont know this and to tell theplain pIWork of all sorts has been susIC Qed and Henry Catron is so ia restless that he has night mares He is the most industrious farmer pur Holler W il here i Thtand we need one mighty bad fbr r Devil is making inroads upon us Aint it strange how tst3nd effectual the devil gets in his work when the churches shut down e is ceJtainly omnipresent and ell versed in human nater He knows every mans weakest oint and he makes it the place ttack Dont it tickle the old fel low when he can get a whole congregation of professors in a w ange over a preacher He is then doing land office business for he ketches comsng aud going pull the Christian down and holds time unconverted off Woe unto limn by whom offences come must needs of necessity beIThe sick of our part except Mrs Goodpastor are improving TbeI pedagogues of this part of Rockcas tie areta1dngtil11ebY the by employing from year forelockI tho their contracts or a materialIIschool laws Prominent among the changes need is one equaliz ing the pupil census for the district There is no ustice in the minimum being 45 andthe unsimurn being 100 Let the minimum be no less than 60 or 65 We seek justice not for our selves but for other teachers and the children of the State There is no justice in providing a good well paid teacher from the public fund for one com munity and less titan half so mud for others equally deserving The Legislature is now in session hundreds of KoodbillswiJIbe intro duced ttio few will ever pass1i ey Many ae called and but few art chosen Respectfully BUCK YARNON A VET POCKET DOCTOJl Never ia the way no trouble t carry easy to take pleasant and neverfailngin results are DeWitts L1ttleEarlvRisersl viali f these little pills in the vestpocket isa certain gunranteeagahist head ache1bilhiOusnesstorpid liver llpfthe ills resultirg from cpnsti patton They toniq and strengUien thehiver Sold atCbas C Da- iftiir JRISTORNfl h c L THE rEGIsrTURE tThe KenikvJgmsiapjc con vuel Tut luy Phe lion El Brown of JJarctf JVjvn utas dectec- Speakerof the HwuepW Owm- Mclnire vjiiii5 tkdie Iuiivdio w say thalIas ever been agetffor tIle S taj ership of the Lower UtiIt tif lhe- General Assembly of Kentucky was Ljfni ht to a cloe last iiighu when lion Eli Brown representa tiveffim Nelsf ii cl ith Teceid- the nomination from tile Demo cratic Caucus for that position RepresenUitivcs Ntwcouib and liar on were the only Candidates that- tayed on the track unt ithe race was over The vote stoodmor rowim 43 for Newconib 18 and for upItbeIlndIresimiut of that octopus Mr A C Dunn that stalwart Democrat of Lincoln county had a walkover race for the Doorkeeper hip of the Lower House He won otesIJames E Stoneof BretkillridgeII county was Chief Cleakship of time House For Assistant Clerk of the House Mr R W Eastlsnd formerly o MairionFor SargeantatArms of time House Capt C W Longmire o Lexington was nominated without iwasSenator J Etribry Alibi of Pay tjliprotem nlrl was unanimously norniu ted for Clerk of the Senate W O JonesoI Grayson county was uomirated for Assistant Clerk- f the Senate MissJennie McD naldofFrauk = asnQmnulatetJ for set1 1I For SargeantatArmsbf theSe ate Green B San o of Mont gomery was nominated James Mcraters of Marshall l1ominationIcoun ty was nominated for Cloakroom keeperand James Richardson of Meade county for Janitor CURED AFTKP SUFFERING TEN YEARS B F Hare Supt Miami Cycle Mfg Co Middletown bsuffr ed for ten years with dypeps- iaI spent hundreds of dollars fo medicine and with doctors withou- receiving any permanent bent fit- He says One night while fedillg- exceptioually bad J was about throw down the evening paper when I saw an item in the paper regarding the merits of Kodol Dys pedsia Cure I concluded to try and while I had no faith in it I f better after the second dose Afte- using two bottles I am stroige- and better than I have been i years and recommend Kodol ny pepsis Cure to my friends and ac quaintances suffering from stomach trouble IISold by Chas C Davis druggist Which would you rather be trulv great or really smart Smart ofcouse uVhy ilWellyou may he truly great- h and no one ever know it but voure smart you can make peopled think that youre great REV CAusLEl3 MARTIN LLD Waverly Texas writes Of morning wl bfirstri ingloftet find a troublesome collection phlegm which prcwnt a nug and is very hidt dislodge but oropJIIaJnce dislod it and the over 1 knov of no medicine that is equal ip and it is so pleasant to take iS OlWJersonsJnthroat gri lung troubles fnct 25Ci 5pc i oo7a bottle at Chas Davis drua- streLSteaWksI ft IID A 1 11 I rcesii = i fu 0 BAK ERS ARGAIN HOUSE MTVERlotKY 1 Sale from January 6th to March 1st 1904 or fill goods are closed = Lr 5OOCCLEARANCE SALE Greatest Sacrifices Ever Known in MENS SUITS 51 Mens Round back Suits brown dark and plaids Nice Wool Suits wore 5 00 and 6 00 This lot selected for bestitera to head CLEAR ANCE SALE because of ex ceptional values all good winter weights CLEARING pmcE 338 Winter WTight Sack Suits heavy fine material all wool Suits sold for10 Clearing Sale Price 8085 24 Childrens Wool Blouse Knee pant Suits were sold for 81 25 Clearing Out Price 7 c 100 Mens Heavy Bib Rail priceI SOer72 Mens 50c Shirts Go in now at 35cr- nUNDERWEAR at BIG RE rjDUCTIONS of Dick Genrry bought of various Ernest Beau has bosked two nJ imlfjbifiUjrhBrttR to th artat sue r tJ t i rt t od 25 l3oalt wtfcfcljf 1J5t 2db t Mr J 4 Comcn it 3 if Robert McCYtrJln hams of Scott comity a3 25 per on the 22nd insi horses Jir ilghtt 40 to 98 cows 2S to 35 hogs i 4 per cwt with sets a head added B P R chickens 3 3StS1 cpt per dozencorn 30 a darrel tOon cattle in Jcltll1atiJat week at 4 35 R M Holt sohtH a load there at the same price Mr to Crutcher bought a bunchy of fut itlaItWHATS INA NAME r Everything is in the name when makea salye fron witch hazel tint ts a specific for piles For blind leeding itching and protruding piles eczema cuts burns bruises and all skin diseases DeWitts Salve has no equal This has given rise to numerous worthless counterfeits Ash for DeWittV the genuine Sold by Qhas C Davis druggist if Little Ramie while out wallking with his nurse saw Torn Taylor shoeing a horse and upon return tng hfinic said Mamma I saw nanima Q1iOfcoarset ieiliedRhmie 8 t ore rmpte sEugeneis feriously ill It astbe jcesutt of an accidental punc atrrahatf inx x or Greatest We Have Ever Hsd aczW hy do we dcS it We could pack tJieni away and get double for goods This is whyw e do it OVERCOATS1 OVEKCOATS OVERCOATS Ill Mens nice black anil gray Overcoats IWUP worth t5 to 5r0 To clear out si7 toSl 44 New Winter Boots mostly all Whole Stock Sold forS2to20 Clearing Sale Price sifii 200 pairs Shoes of all kinds Clearance Price 25 per cent off of regular price UG BAKER King Low Prices II CROPt 311laud leimiicratI sMcssr cMcndaotreighimmg ecwtt ofrCiuschiJHro htinEt os flahcJ1C POSVVflELY Ifhe oflcmJYfoe1 NEWS 1TE31S It is the general belief of the best- nformeddI5tth ats at1CkiiItlIht- hat war between Japan and Rusf is inevitaule and that it may lie- mni sfew days ir Pink Hubbjiniged Oluo ty man died from the effects ofa shock caused by the burajng to drah tit his fourtKeUearold tmtktr Jtt soatItwft ofLuisvilk ptehmhI W jrrectiig a niaruuiuutfa plant fur itiaannoctue n1thiiic C mt Actitig Jbr hsnwelf acd pti rbe winvestIooocr tI- zuet The venture mentis erj meat for 500 iabcrys astd the stabiishinent t of 150 cottages near hepiant New York society opposed to street flirtations issuedsmall hut tons which when worn by young women were to hold them immune froui the attentions of vhe masher Three Judges of the Supreme Court of Nev York decided that to leaf in the modern quicWunch restaurant wit hones hat on was quite proper t1lIe National Dressmakers Asso iciaMon of Chicago condemned the womans shirt waist lIlreat Columbus Ov destroyed valued ntlliooooo tAt Oberlin College a young man having a scholarship valued at 75 Utole two kises froju a pretty coed and was expelled froui the school placing the value of time Oberlin kiss at 37 50 apiece At the eleventh hour Palmer University at Muncie hid sue ceededin raisin 12200 on which depended a Sfoobooendewmsnt Two men were asphyxiated in Philadelphia by illuminating gis Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury As menury will surely destroy the sens ofsraeltand coniiiletely derange the who system when iteriog it through the cnion surf Lcesuehnrllcles should never be reputlb1jtell loW to the gooi you an possibly deny from them Halls Catarrh Cure uianufa ttsl v P hentT rnrTnle K Icpiitajn no fngrcury and is taken inieruall actiujtrlirecHy upon the bhiodanti surfac s oftM sjstein In bnyins hell Catarrh Cure be ure you fet the geaaini TKHnkeh IUcrnally ansi inade in Toted by EiJCheiipy G Testimonial rec toll by Pnigsist 5c llaiil1 Famil iUtsareltsc btt Ul 1 1ok mo i- I s W l3 morttba 11ij sg11at4o rb d v f =z PU btish rjFriday Sale tl 3000 yards of best Stood rrt CQlicoes yrortli ttfcfcs Lernnarits from 2 to 10 ids lint piwe CUair nUN Price Ic Wp want all our Lady Customers to get tJiv 4 cent Rem ntttJ ts thfy dosiro as this is perhaps the last chance to buy at this tigure You kij ow cloth is biulior than was evor Icnovn and is advancing1 DRESS U Ol fill wintir at cast and Ifss than cost OutingsIworth fOe at 7i toSJe ALL GRADES of Mons- Youths and Brownie Over talkat greatly induced piicfs A Fiv Pair Jeans Pants at tat 75c a pair h The Courier Journal Blvegrass rontdington on the Southern Railway The trnic will be ruts enrv tday in P1SstujcrsiLawtftwrbiirj Vris and other town rr the rout Ji w1llbe equip vu h them st modern yir ijcies lor the accoiu fnr ii5i rf t ec nnitrcial travel 4 mivn anil other put 1 Sst UISWIUTL ixpe ik wilt JefitJitdirr the OI m- modsUepk rj 0 jan1- t1sctfsusaa 1rtbn jnjt orly intlte Int rofgh1 the puolic in Central and Eastern KfriJcy at ary newspaper but akan ttpto ite passenger train which will facilitate their commu nicaiirtii with the centers of com I mnerceOurprim friend the Boston girl said tOllS that she could forgive thbseburgiars everything but it mortified her wlien she saw them strip the house IE your Purirtsri hit1 not git DR KOUEKS HECJIAT1C J JlEEEDl in Tstock vye will send f you two bottles by express charges vprepail for HQQ Remetnber this IIB3IEDY is guaranteed to cure 1 Mentionthis paper when writing T r a Cold tOJ1 ky Lfr A 9Z I Cj CsrcsCrip 1nTwo ys Ck eve bx23cT MT VERNONSiGNAL FRIDAY TvNuvn S iyoi Ptiblishcd every Friday by EIGt1R s ALRRJGH- 7curroNt ONVR- R4diuiij eli1fit 1 tIU application VH05 J L HOOIfK OfMercr ennntv if cann at for Con jcSs iVdic Kighth nigtitet to sncoeol Hun C o Gjh cit eul icct t the action of the rcrcratic ftcrty Your npjwt is earnest If suliiltw How jnany hundreds of thous finds of people in the United Stat have been taker in and dune for during tlc year justerded wesbul iiever know In closing oiit ah estate in Ih9v11p1 the other day no shares of stock in certain companies which had a ryarket vil ue of oyer 3 at the liRlU of the bl0111 brought thirty live cents Over 700 shares in another company atone lime quoted as wortji 2100 J broughti 10 WIsbaU 1earn 4offinancial conditions that enabled these pretentious organ izationi to impose upon the ciedulity of hundred of thousands of honest Ancr icans And would snclv publicity1 as Republican plfysicjairs prescribe a have rcbbec them of their meretri deus fascinations Tine Coiii erJrinni owl tndde first trip TiHbJvislern ftn tkI- cndaymor1ln VntJ uis cvery IitRrc warmly leceived e pa r tVS sold on thevstrecrsrin rbvny of Eastern and Central Kentucky several hours earlier thaireverbe filiiOefhe iiecpJe of Kentucky appreciate 1ie feet that they tiavea great aailyTHhe the Coierjourna3nnr ii1d idnp prfc ate tye fact stjll more that the 1Iti1113iemeilti ifU1 tc ntkt ai sacrificeeJnuiaty ejjpen e witj f iJthe uouuds of reason l to jieef the wi1totji rf1li gpuJ Your appreciation can only be 7t1R I4n t 1t ii Dn ALEXANDKR DOWIR sHjali1 III has gone to Australia pacuzg- at New Orleans aadaiiIrascscc in4May HeA iirjSaiUJfl it jary 2T He srrys Zion is a straight re publics HYJ9 VlJeaourse of jiis last sermon spoke euJogistj3ly of JPresJdent Hoo velt diihi last prayer AsHed that God wtiiild circumvent ahd forestall his erie w mies and preen thera frjonv icir f t lg ont their niischtevous plans 1 laf PniLiPivos pathetically ask oft fsident Jiooseyelt that one o- flrowa talented lawyerssbahl he ifoteF th i1 ils Curtis as some nsurauceoran jh CHi entjtt1pa1t1aiit Think of a series of courts to ordain justice in t which the judg does nor under iyI=t SOR 1S 0 BIJEf f Before you pop the question youd I httter question pop Fomsou Ever take a mud bath Sirnsou Well I once ran for coroner of Rockcastt ti Uncle Henry sas A woman 4 will have hersay anSitsgefterall yes these here days j i 3 tncle tHeiiry sa s Leaptvear I f is so called cause it keeps th old M bnchlors on th jump dayjI X Scplnui Yer and evcrbody clclse v Dencoft Whitxib you thitof ur new tenor sin r vPistoTOh c Co5OJHow will you haveyour hair AJJ queried thetalkative barber f disagreeableItron J1 1 have only theniosttilstant Vrelatives Has the family feftoul1 J v tN0 they have5Tifjeebmeric You sketch fromiijlr VxclamV t the boss artist to his tindgrstudy- Rf nihrandt it iVnV coid not draw live d J out ofasfavc f The Parson1aysspeakseli- of your neighbor r a j Miss NanI dLofleY- OU IflSJurt1 she is oneJrt1t uost detest Me creatures on earth ht Marriage rernarhlUth1i- zer iSalottrN r c Yes rejoined the demoralfzer e J pAPER 13 TOl i j- J hut itiie of the games of chance that clergyineti do not try to dis J ncourage 1 A preacrieVsaaii hif got her hatpins all tangled up and her hat Tvasnton traightj and she cauied iqn sp at tlie orpatr ming service thtiie were ctrtlur tliatiiei wire e9ossvd l eonibe ut 1tte Ir Dumpling ficnrsee1d he 3 busy littlebody Mrs Nevvcombe Huhl ptit the littTe befrethe busy aid Oull be nearerthe truth The E1g1eI have one great i1di vantage over you I diuVt neect to keep dodging Automobiles all the time ITbCC No hut just wait lili theseairhips going rAunt Nancy Think of studying to be a doctor ch Dont you d fit b Young naj WhyZriot Aunt tAuot Nancoucant git 10 till ye get married an ye jraivt gitinarriedtill ye git practice iIiiis why After the Holidays How fondlyth y kissed each other How hard they tried to look r pleasant When they chanced tomeet at the jewelers Exchanging each others present Did you engage the cook dear said the young husband 1Yes I did replied the young vifc Do you thinkshes a good cook She must be she says he goes 4to iciturchf twice every Sunday Hobson Young Dr Pillsburi doesnt seem to have much practice f t nefthing to hI said in l1isfivQr- UQbS01IV1nttiS jhat Dobbins He iterfectly tiling t tOpriticeon fl3ltXb That wilL1ett- thfni z2 r f c f satd fH PI ct f1 ti ddloH ewho used to belong to ur5hiuvc1t las be- rne an agnostic d tit c rostudto ttike I1i- c hi lunch at ttiesam place he idid f downtown anil 1isayhie often wOftaedvJiim that hed get it if he did i tgi up eatn so fastV idl1le to Li gIL i1w 1 Pefieito a pi ce JJJl getoctAnkLltiteoIje night so r r l Uf q V9 fin tfiJrtg Ue oumt thoV- We searched until with heartfel wo jI saw twas time for me togo And nofr she savs that Iivaa slow Brotvn Evervlresident shoud gfi1 a secoici tli Vreeh13ecause1whyq Brown =Fewer of his friends would be disappointed during his second term Green LH6v do you figure that lout Brown Why he would have fewer to disappoint i He was Captain of the can bri gade and before the bar he stood anIaP UVdc yanked the 1tctfalfqJhe bucket halffull ranV The C pbiVgazed in wonder then slpake he jaAer while Say cully wois de matter Dat aint de same old smile She gave him a letter to mail sIte did He took it and saidjsAll right Hacarjied it round ttrpighott the day V And brought it hom at night The follpwing day hec toted round Forgttng with all his might Andjustlhesaineasthe day before He brought it home at night That drug store wan up by our house is a rascal said Squeezem Ill never trade with him again HWrfatilIie maUfr asked Jud kins t4 i ii j passed bad nckle oil on iraifthisjnprnJng VV1upposeVVyou gave it back to VhimV lVoaidSqueezemit was jootnuch trouble I putHt jn the jcolleetiuii bankeuH churcui c n a hftr1I1tter offibe v bbvV j What ofItshe retorted I dVnt want to marry him fTli eisafirmWl1kb d sent spare any exp n e in conducting its business remarked Straight IiL 13 PA VVV- i2 should say they dont id Ntvcrptigh ThSy hjnfc hndTiSpiu tfltyVrnaittfter meCifcnnj VwCecCOkCtt bill I owe then for2VV Iti thiCsreate eViiefiptor then the liberal adveuisei iiuli vas good The next v untvf and he teaCdth S niau yho jflestini bVlieveMi lirtreVtisinji ViOthtr uho does not Make ihf home paperVand then tc hen the devil got imo the it ol ttdj rom and cieattd the man tmlIidjIfe ejiciisi of a man who settleghis eVsibcriptionP t naik lib paperntetter Cornehere m son ni2 sit uppi Imy knee DOVOU know winChrist IV1iaVctnesV AhT my boy ClirUf mas comes but once year orily once son And whVlister irom n6w until December 25S p reitsivill 5ay Be goodhqy Mly and see hat Santa Clanf brings you Santa never bring taints to had little boys And tbett when Christmas comes jou get redVd and a tin engine and fifteen cents worth of candy that hurt yonrteelh That is what you get lor being good Chrisimas iny sun is a club that folks use toscal you into delivering 100 worth o goodness for Si 55 That is Christ mas my sonV IVVdoubt be interested in knowing 10 William R Francis Pre idem oi thIn Louisiana Purchase Exposi tion isandvhere he canie froni So we i ubifshgihe following which arjpssretft ite last weeks isSnevo the Richmond Register i tJ J ItJias Ijten suggested tp us b ur min j tusntall Hottw4 siiiii hfiffft Hvlulc pre ijie n till ps i 5UnHUS ale being disssedV woiJd QtheamSssid trisconiiIl jrou k briii forward IiIf thtS section the Vn1li ofth FrnncisofMiIfthusiiiesdistrictVOl OUrCIt- tie shftuld at least claim t share oi ur tPttl through the ties o S5Gsupand rjrJpehqultjv Hisno less distinguished career since hi tiratiOtoiirSister St ttsi lpal fd tr pride and ratrjotism JlVgt tQ Pltcl arff ir Irerd rin n ortlieruV- lEastern candidate when our ow- vltddle Vest fiords so dotighu find wurtltVj1itrnpionV Mr Vcs has WCland forced attenti md tniindatiou iron a poc r boy by lijte tjfwn efforts he has rait Jf t li Jgh taton lie nO u iiccupiesv iviiiJijfrcm the rani an 1I file lie cauiiiil through person merit was elevfete to flue guberua tonal hair in Vlissouri and lat made President of the greatS Louis EXP 5ition Not oflly islu worth acknowledged here at home but when abroad receatlyVinthe ii terest of Worlds Fair he was per sonally received by all the crowned headsVVof insular and 5slitinenral Europe He is a man ot force and character and hjs politifcil as well as his private recordh1been oi the clcanestiand most lionjrabte kind Atrvocate of the goid standard he icceeded tom plat form of hiifrty and used his best efforts for free silver when that view wasV declared a Demo cratic isKtie He is a loyal Demo jcrata staunch and reliable and lie commands the o ill aid rt pect wherever kiptiTli jitdijman Parker or any other enilyy Ionic candidate we merely desire to name for the consideration o9treaderSj ajnin whpr wpuld make at a strong rival formally Republican opponent no niatter wltaldegee- ff jtrenuosity the latter might possess VonCoVt statesof America The greatest nation in the world is the greatest consumer of coffee N LionOoffee iSJ1ie Ma1ard Yerasojrc M state territory h It puratbat s why 4 tDr1birt refine rad JAlfIn i 9 0 dV VVV i tri StfNDAY SCHOOL f Stile IntriinSloHBlS jV t fnnunrjr 10 lpQ4 rciicjilus of JVhii lite rtaiiiiVl VV- VVVVTHE LESSON TEXTV jibjdiotUva Isat batRLVV For Is He thatwa tpoen of b tt1 1rOph tEii The voice ft 1 erylr v5y of in Vt3wer 1i iflIgth ltht VriVVVVVV- An4hVtrne Lc1eVVCadtatataea jfi ft4 Teftthgi tr1l11diTheiLvint oiittiir ttiis 3Wfl1CfllfLfl1V all Judea ijni altl c rg lpajcvirj ajjoct Jordhii VS Genj were tcantzed dm11 Tori n coiifjfslns their sins VIt yhen tesSa mahOrVth Phnr jsee and Sai5dueces oro lsJapHsiIt aVid utito thi6m bgericratlbn of vipers wiio batiwaXntdVVye4VVetrOfl the wrath to comeVs Bring forth thretoie rfruiis mtct for repentance VVVSf And thinik notto sar wthjn Vwr ftlvcf We have Abraham Wotirfathici for say unto you that God Is able of thcsa Stones loraise up chlldren urto Abraham And also the ax Is aI3 liO the r tet the tree tJierefcr tvery tree ictbnaet uotfortiotdiubWand cast Into the fireVlill r5ed haptlze yr wlrh water iintS 4tpiitnrci JUe tat rntaftrnethanIJwli6J I ariiUot worthy to hearIejhaU baptize yc twUh Ve trUly QIOFt and with tIreV- url1tf1I1SVfortJierigloiiJ of ilitate is at fin ml Matt tt fIiE0F5crtI1TLl 5Fcriox Preaching oTi3VhnUii fi iistiSfatt 2112 Pre hlnJ of Jchathe Baptist 3Iarkl2S Preachjnjfvof JoOui iB9pJlstLuke 3118 NOTES ffD d mENTSI practicallyI coy Jesus 16 A D26 TIrE yonng maiihco1 11131ft ropy MSVireJesuS spent thtss quiet years tho earptuters Lquclj with iiiz father uerVHe contfiiubd groIn farorVilli GbtfaEdifaeTi riii is Sit vo lnow His baptisni rHLtIIifUllAheumI hehlstorragain w y as JltepraladQ to th6piblicmihistry of TesueVVVV VVIn thoso days the expression of one IfYriting of things that happened lorsi ago Luke iyes oxadates Sl2 John began preaching in the suiasier of A D 26 The wilderness Jiidea the thinly jnliabited parts of Judea alQng the lower Jordan Ke f VpditfVV The keynote of Johns preach ing S3idRepentjJestJSsafdBe J lieve John vained bad ineA of the wrath to come Jesus Welcomed those who were willfrgf Itee it to the noble life ofj ildrenof Gid For tllisislfe Tlie vrcrds of Mattlievnot of John the t Baptist olSolctof through isafah Is 403 These verses in the original refer to tlw rturnofthslJiwiflorn thelt i Bauyfflrftan1 on tiVity Make ie ready the TCSjfcf theLffrd Thethoufehtwaa fcfa triumphal prfession of aptivetre- iurniog under the ienfleslApinfJehor pinItnftttc V11jiIr tattiintcparse royhctftfhCoaip3mthede Ildjii bi4j pabr ot tfeeast u v flltjztt ebJes in their sins Johns converts njftathave heeded his raossage to repent anti the confession oftkeIr guDtburtfened souls was natural The significance of this rite lay riot in itself the manner pj applying the water nor even in themary ataeoLhearti0t1 them1dpce were the strictlyorthocc3x party Safl emceeS A sect broaTler m teir views T1leYIithigh priesthood nnderllieRoniansThey found no Testament for belief in hIuuo1taUiulll so denied toi HJTJnitworthybf fep Htance Good ancestors will not saTfliadinicnovJohc taj5it that men tnistjto npthing tblit lRhtjnal iihtcoiiness- Joha plajniy saysthat Iris worlc is pre isratory ar4 subordjnato tpthat pf a Coming One who was almps at hand These verses show lohifs idea of hatIL1at Otni was tobtlIle lrlcin Sm of the Mcs5iahas John CQcrelves jpfs hvbaptism of JuwEaLJrire- V1n yrerefft frftnv tlii realilyv was J oanSiceaJ Inilws o1yxritnn6 ln rtIJo1n baptism was exiernal i5hit1o2Vof no Thterna1riaIltTbe ba- ittItttt 1sus wast10 xterOIaii1IVIJ- r on4f16 tJie brttlnarr- stne I was sPrltJllLt iingWhostl- fdfl W wlnnovrtng el Tlie fn attuBjeut wttIW nrbf iilKe wheat fai Mit1jltlX2llg t utktbnt was ileti1d nnd- i tbicrefcr Jliesvbrktltatthe Coming Due would do vas to geBaratOIiwLSxnmar tnegocd frolaii the badt isrIGut fal whetinr 1ahbt ntiiTh silcccsor trtnt niakebathraiengoccdfr Ing asl were the vfr cbgffachanct Slmrjiis ami Flnt AItrThe Gospel of another life gives tothis one Vt j Ihis life may hojior durasiatiebutit is hot onrpbrtf Thero jj thing1t1eaAI1tabbilt the favor o attend piety N KZ The ouly doubts to bs ashamed or are hosff you ar proua qfiKi r JTh ntefor phbIi tiiist ith tldnt whq can be4yusted inprvate C I raise onfuie tombstone igesjapt sVeratcb out Rarsh words 1niifc rie mnt1lall fihIlihteeSa- thti4r with antI Y1r i5tOVttiiig- Iloritt l 5V1 fiqz i 1 Tongue Boweis- doiistp6d coated HeadVehe Its your Iiye- rAters Pius are Ilv er pills all J rCovegetibiedrg l1 Valt l u t e rd BUfflMnrnm1SJIlLPIIMJ aidifubrawnorrc bickJsEflj I 0 VVVVVV VVVVVVVVVVSV- V ttunttrn rWnttta1tliT1J Jt1 1tutH HhPLHfHtB n tJr I S I I CANTHEADUSWE AntiGoociCVoods Sit Reasonable Prices rVVWi1IAVlw6ysSelIVVVV VVV1V t VVVVVflTrPVINEOJFLand WINTER GOODS is com U U plete aWiWtVVinxitf yourVVLttefltion to the Douglas Shoes the 1tdStarV brand of Shirts the greatest lrnc of Hats ai ever brohght to thIs community RUBBltJcopds of all kinds mens readymade Cloth ing also high lass tajlnringVand if youus and dont look atour winfer ilm ear you will miss a good thing Ladkp Skirts Shirt Waist Furs Shoe Peticosits Undenvearj H6 iKryvtc tomake a long story short we can dress vou np We mean you anybody man woman youth Mips bwarirl anti even the sweet little iufontin the cradleVVVVVJ C HOOKER CO- Lwinrsfonr Kg w I j t ihl ttiVVV U1H1U1HHllUHU1UUUllUHUUUUUUUUUUUl1UU1U LSANK STATEMENT Quarterly report of the Hank ot Mt Vernon showin the financial at the close of buines Dec 3ist Iflur RESOURCES Loan and DiscountsV S4Si5602l Overdrafts secured 627 Due from Natl Banks I17MiC lI rtgagcsit91Specie 8Pf52 Currency VCl1tjV 370052 Furniture and Fixtures 42025 CurrenrExponces Last Quarter 43479 Total 7C401i7 TIr1TTiSVCapital Stock paidin in cash loooooo ISttrnJus fivnd Iqoooo UndiytciedVprofitsVVVVV65lO Oepositssiibjocttacheukf onVVhich interest is notptid582V1317 VS Total 64O127 f SUEMNTLRV1V High it inounVtint1ebWdbess 8toeJ1C He paaOScVoVnpaniVor- irm nqhtVehinVAn liability ot the pmpanjr or firm iha liability of U- tndiciduat raembars there directly rt indietlSSiCaueh Indetiteiii ss ex qegii y cjSpJ pf apit t stock ae 1aJJXVII1dJ biLitdttt1amOLt0t of urplusptthe6ankv JCone Highest amount ot inrlehtadness of p1y41iritkaIf amount ptrcentiUct i MQtc n eedsa of Pf1dtp capital stpclw ofibaik None 4idebtcdncs9 of any pcrsdiS cdrnutor- lIiabihityfth1 itciudinyrin cVimBny brffrm hUttbiIltYV- piticUp t4 fliid1lm mbetli 4 9f ed 9 n Pt pf 5apital niiA aptnal surp as V0V Am6uiitofiatd5vtdehd VpteutV 81200 Wet ftll c paiisesf loi esf interest aid taxis dedpcte iitlicrcfroni bfpr declaring divideud and was UptlCS8 than per cent of net profits of the bank for tho period coverel hr the jLvvidend can ied to the surphis fund efcre said dividend deelarerir VVYes tVV 40127 iTATHOP KENTUCKY i 5JCQVtYVofRoekeastlis I L Kicijards CItdiietof THIS NKQF atFa Ban ideated and doing busincs iu the tovLn of i VernbT in said county bein duly sworn says the foregoing repor is iu nil respects a tIme statement 0 iiie pnditioo of tlia said Bank at th close pf business on the 31st day December to tIle best of oI knowledgeand belief and further has1litenand not oleewbere and that the above report is made inrcompliance with an official notice received from the Scare tary of State designating the 31st day Dec 1e03 as 3 be day on which such repoft shall bemadeVW L ItlCHARD Cashier OC WILLIAMS C4EO UVESAYV Directors SH MMVtTINVSubscribed and swprn to before me by YL Richards the 31tt day of iv 19511V ES LBRIGETotalyNhhi eoramisston expires Feb ililODtJ ILM i CASTORIAJot Infents and CMldren- fhe Kind You Have Always Bought FB =ta L d S njjfprgJatt iyesXerax assured h thejpresidentlhkt therp WaSnOthSV cord nLtheRepulI1canrfticsV jn V York ngbat the Etatedele- gation wouldgo to Chicago enthusiastic tor him In3 long pecii in the Senate e1velttjvorsteppettVhjS legal rights A resolution introduced by Senator Girnultci11S on the frc President for sp cled information as to the jJJnit d States cprtnection Jvith Co j 1oflJtaflVaffaitsVVV 0 GOTO JONAS MCKENZIE MT VERNONKY for EverythinginV VVV Dry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes and General MerchandiseV BEST GOODS AT IOWEST PRICES Phone No 53VV44u 14 wlwI h1n1tWpj J V J i Wl fLt4J ijb i III m 1t LWH1 m i i flJill Jl 1 lldz I AN RCCiDENT fJ fl1lfl HRPPEN TO YOU Jir1 tl So always keep la your home office 4 = ehop and factory a bottle of VVVV Df 1 Iacamp11 I IV FOIST AH TO THE INJURED The only store quick relieving and healing remedy for iirns Cuts Bruises Swellings Inflammations 7 jJ1Ifit fails your money will be refunded So try it Fi Excellent for Chapped Hands and for use after ShavingVAt ail Drocslsts 50casd 100 Bottlei A fP t For sale by MT VERNON DRUG CO 3rwM J For 20 Years His Led all Worm Remedies tf- isoxx y aT ax D VGlrGrlSTS Prepared by JAMES F BALLARD St Louis Sold by CHAS C DAVIS Mt Vernon Ky J I SOUR SOUP Atf the DO Povnter old stand is tli place to getV a good Bowl of Soup or a Nice Lunch1VVV jl- ft We also have a full line of Fruits and FreshVV w vGroceres I HCHASTEEM VV II Mt Vernon Ky pqcJtcJ 3C S B RAMSEY For Fresh Meats of all Kinds 1 or 6ueus a triatand if we pleseouten others if not tell c MEAT deliveied iany part of tOWflVVV t i SHPl l1 basemeat opposite Co itt house LOflVSelitCflCC for Tlieft ofStsanv- Ellsworth P Del racce Jeft SpuxFaLB S W pSiiTeiitiary the thrareVVr- uani atlr having served a tern ot 15 jears less good tln eallowacee fotthe lSttstaI11P1l1eI VconvictedVInVth1tcd States court for Nebraska of bo d up arcail car tIerXttbtighitrasTsnoT7n at his trial thAt ltd Siici3reaJonly aTiietagesiainp J w s uJ tfd n ntln ox illktTLtryVVhleV Lreif i l t te4i this af 3S- l t h f t tit 9 C5V g aVr VVV VSIMiLOLDS VV besimpleifatjlllprai1 them Side at theginRingBallards Horehound Syrup tojaVcold and removes the cause ofccjjlj5V afCJicu Robert Ieanderofttp le Term wai assassinatecLi- ngV in his home covssumj tWiVieVe y3 5 Lt J Ml VERNON SiGNAL 100nt II Z9 Call up No 79 when von want to Conununl cwte With SIGNAL 91 i IT J1rnt JLoutsvctc l n Co t TIME TABLE north izc6 m posedhuth i2 n NicelsTAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 citrrrdiiMhe tit tcto Put 5ce ate ooClau matt rIIt PERSONAL 11r V H 0x lisis tile T Mrs tt K ut1 is JTlfPI f Mrs Cleo Brown is j provedReMr Jasper cont nu ver sick C C Williams was in IJLuIr Kitv Smith with home f ohfora short yish Mrs Neal Panot t received verv Inihn Stewart of Vildie has en J ten d school at this p1aceIMrs S C Davis is numbered among the sick this week CC Stringer was down fromIt agEasU rn t Wednesday i frc Elizabeth Lawrence is viStwo L iting herson Dr Lawrence if A two year old boy of Bob Lo ofcroupIHenry Cox and Joe Frost J f inve moved from Pine Hill to Mt VernonPurc fusdayIrrhusbandIi solidJPosition with the Worlds rah pe Yll Sttouis 1v VLBrockwIll fi h l pulpit for Rec O M Hut y at Star Sunday Mrs George Brown of ti andt4 it CcsealHheMiss Elizabeth Adams hss turned front a visit to Miss Will e iton at Brodhead Will Fish came home from Lexington t Business College Tuesday very sick with gripp Mr M H Jordan who left this county several weeks ago for Westltas be located at Olympia V ash Mrs Neal Parrett was burnedby steam from a tinpainfullyI with a tight lid that was cdbkslove LValkerOwens was in yester and thin us that he will leave to morrow for the Hospital Colic ypf fiiedicine Louisville where will graduate this yearwillMr and Mrs H C Gentry stopped off at Lebanon Junction a day or two on their return fr otuTheSeymour and Mart insiI1e Ii onan TueSteveBig Glades yesterday and told that everything was in good condi tion effesicknessacar IiammsfavThe news reached here Tues law day that MrWJ Rider who terCaliforniaFiery critical condition and pity ia1Jss ay hewill never be v better A blued vessel was bo f LoC AL The operators at Pine Hill are paying i per ton to get their coal and mined is We understan that W B Smith If has P urchased the ProPErty recent ly vacated by W J Sr irks con sideration rooom A very intercsting eiivai is lflbcbylReving will contrntie orP ubtfaype ezfheline enginefor some ibpnlh and found it unsetisfactoVtatfAchiDged- to a first class steain 16 firnererlaheswhenever called Jip6tt Come Frifefit t it tur n 5 ut SIN1IsJ lc ai tb1eslng t chine I tktngcnaiwlteatstack PAP23 13 r 0 f St 9CJ o Abu lifiy new pips riv t tered the Collegiate Institute The Big Hijl Coal Co puts o one train load of poal each day The L 8 X rio v has two train dispatchers at LivingstotOn- s e the nosh and the other the south end of the division J W Dyrc and Miss Cordelia Shiple of Puqgo were married on December 4 Ji Squire W J Kinley perfortqed the cererrioriy Tht Board of Supervisors com of JudgeJacoi Sambrbcik P W Clark Larkin Hicks T Jl y and W B Whitehead met this week The Mt Vernon Collegiate Institute Tues systedaycircumstances Over 100 students were enrolled Mr John F Bowls of Madison BullnkIad elsewhere in this issue tti esthisy and W H Chastcen They can thoroughlynwants in their lines Renum herVAxTInGerman or Swiss girl as nurse for children and house No Iaurfdr3ing The high estwAddress THK DEMOCRAT 8 2t Winchester Ky There is no longer any doubt about the Marshal W T Davis living inside the corporation The was run last week and it show ieaedn chain lengths In our last issue we asked for rigtuneparr one accepted was brought by Mr Jas T ell See statement of The Bank of Mt Vci ron ii this issue It is a institution and doing a sPlc PeoPole t they tagged alcsK o many years without this onvcnient business arrangement t The stock holders of The Bark Mondea elected thee following officers Williams President JT SHIrear HoiePerry and Geo Livesy directors COLD WEATHER KEACHED THis VSES New Iorkrbelow zero New Hampsfitre 36 below zero Pen rignsylvaniaylandr j below zero Ohio 25 below zero Supt of Public Instruction J Bdayal n draft for teachers incdhee nsz itwe be impossible to send out checks for the last co per cent be fore the isth Board of Town trustees me their regular meeting Wi- gsday and padseveral old theus col another a gen eTal tock ajitogo ct Feb eJaWWhiChtill eral aver orable ble Those who hai estock run Wing upon the street are very in their oP ositi u labile tb tohisadhenro 5 the C board in all instances to conform iShIesabbveall thi gs do that which forthebest jn rest of the towput to a vote ttere is sbmie in oubt our mii asM wiiichside would Ivthevaheinterest of the town to keep stock off the streets Every rson in the tbwS ough pride agouti d surelyhasI want to see the towir prosper whether they are willing lend any idQf1Dt One of the msttown inWrpnsing dtiscss one of nicejstreeL anfti1nltkll1dsrI1rthe streets f S l f f6L N jiiiiutKUi vh is making another effort to have saloons studeutdrummer seems to Ijave ji match drummer who is now 1 thiS coun thattyTnere is a moeinent on foot tol erect a new section house some few hundred yards ot1thorwbere th present house stand The of building will be torn down the stock pens moved to anotber point and a nice park made dn the lot 1 SUPT G M BALLARD ON SCHOOL BOOK GILL I wish to advocate strongly ti bill introduced by Representative Wells of Galloway f9fa uniform i m of text books throughout Let us tai aside the sin that doth Density beset rud when a saint or sinuer Jew ar Gen tile Republican Democrat or Pro hihitiou puts anything good before us let us accept with thanks I think that it would bethe duty of every county superintendent in teo bill I speak from experience IIofof education has been Fovvered Ltt us have the Itocall upon our Hon Representative A B Davis and Hon George H Shadoan to use all honorable means toward the passage of this bill Respectfully G M BALLARD Supt BRODHEAD Owen Turpin is vejry low with anad and E J Ham will work the picot business in the Eastern part of the State CleveCabje has return ed from FloridaMrtt Ales Tyree is on the sich listW H Pelttis atPittstburgoffice during Mr Petjus absence tinc only coma ndwilllreturn ItTennMisi herljauntss buying h a again but says he dont want many Putting up ice is one feature of industry this weekJQgue Thompson w h our merchants Wednesday race Benton has gone to Mt Sterling onaa visitGeo Rey nolds was at home a short time this nigSbaby Uncle Fount Tree says that the irightwith the decision for the ugliest man He says F L Thompson should have been the winnerAiD bert Albright L N brakem anand daysbemglittlesickVith at a to zc and huge from 3 to 3cmight begin to ask our the what must the eltesI We think its time that the farmers mechanics merchants and in fact all of us begin to think for our blahtast undeveloped oil field of Rock t1hatchofinvjtfz n is u uoi i ao know an aheterriEtor cobitaas getbe100 coareIt riginsbo hire and engine and put down a test well Let each man share accord ing to what he puts in and letY each at share be entitled to one t ore s to here the test well shall be S mec one will say what ifwe dont s Dil Then we answer we have lostf little and in case we strike oil can imagine he increase of co lue of landaSaarproperty would nottilling toriskadpltars lf1LL1IYiBillill At the meeting of the new Ctt GeotgeDatyiswas m3rsbaJAfirein Corbin Wed WesMiss iol1sesiucJand one store Incur 2500 I aim informed that IfuUcapacity i t Iyoung men aud women echoa coming in to attend and that some nts unable to find hoard and lodging in the town have return home This is convincing proof Williamsburg needs more dwellings boarding houses anda commodations ingeneralJnd M L Jarvis our new Circ itdidne Mouday Miss Gertrude Lester has resigned her position as princi KirderIlike position with lire William hnr ka at this GRe IffttliItrI htterir gibed that advantage Aniong tile great evils now existing in Ken chiliblame It is firstsblessings to the State would be child ratesrenLIVINGSTON seekeBrod FreecatlltbeAgefirsdaughter Forine visited Mrs Houston McEerron at PJne Hill Saturday and Sunday FanInieI on st Mrs Jessie Roller visited rela tivesin Louisville last week Mr and Mrs R C Wade return ed home Sunday from Boyle county Mrs J H Hocker of Pittsbu has been the guest of her d2ugbt Mrs D S McKinncy Miss Alma Newland of Br head is visiting tier sisters AI dames Nellie RkI1iJd tvy est land Mr Wm Ptirdciu of Casey is here visiting his sister Stanley Thos Stallsworth an aged mokliving near Pine Hill died tVed day night of typhoid feverAlHon Samuel Ward and jou aascaused by poisoning by an over of rhelimatisin medicine ibrokeht Nothing was missing and may be it was some Ont trying to steal our clever little deputy Postmistress before Humpy gets back Miss Bessie Reynolds returned to PlelS1antMits Bert Mullins Arthur Bother spent Tuesday with his many friends oj tins place Mr and Mrs W C Swinford of BrochcAd will again make iugston their home Mr Swinford will have charge of the W C MuJ tins barber shop It was a treat to have seen nk look of surprise on the etilmahlp IItbearts of their pastors family o Gates says the people of1n have hearts as the hills around this town After an hour of happy singing nndr they were dismissed by prayer Each one feeling Daftierre Last Sunday was Missionary the Baptist Sunday school The collection amounted toz 95 an in ease over former months The treatedtrrkc to a morningtin caloredWhowton on whicli a beautiful photo of a cene in the He ofChnst- Mrs Robert Burues of Paris ySof Ales Will Hil n Eannie Visitingrhey sister Mrs 1PansgtofthemtvIslhe t more anti farhily I t jffs t iIQ- eIFUNWELL Try a soc bottle of Herbine no tice the improvement speedily ef directed in yocr appetite energy st ength and vigor Watch bow it brightens the spirits gives freedom debilitycwritesebeduttfortoxtalso dumb chills Df J W Morj prescribed Her i9e it cured me in two weeks I cannot doerall you claim for it Sold by Chas C Davis druggist EAT OPPORTUNITY afforded the Prospector HoniV seeker or Tourist account of tits seekty TerihColorado and the great Western States via Missouri Pacific Rail way or Iron Mountain Route from St Louis or Memphis Cheap Colonist rates to California and the SepttotI5 1903 rrand third Tuesdays of eachj month Colonist and Homeseeker to certain territory in the West and Southwest Liberal limit and stopover privileges for Home ers Personally conducted Pull man Tourist sleepers to California reclining chair cars For rates map folders descriptive liter ature free consult nearest Ticket nt or address R T G MATTHEWS T P A Room 202 Equitable Btd- yLonisilt Ky r AyerFor hard colds bronchitis allrgerrkinds you cannot take any thing better than Ayes S Cherryes PectoralC Firswhy it soothes and heajsl a terrible conch for weeis llieu I Avera Cherry Pccton1 and fci looneSSt Joseph Jlicb jlGJ JCATRUCO rnlbtsfor fnIIlI oughsCoidsdYou will hasten recovery by tak IDK one of Ayers at bedtime W M Francisco MONUMENTAL WORKS Brodhead Ky Granite and Mjjrble Monument and Tombstones ALL VORK FLSt vtASS SATISFACTION GIVEN iFrifhHofeP1 KYLirGEORGE JETER PROP Headquarters for Traveling Men Good Sample Room theLivery Attached J tiltfspeciqjly desired 1zen Tlie Veranda Hotel JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR Kysa d for traveling Sample tooth on first floor Bath rooms free to guests RATFS200 pet day IBRODHElDRY M xisrACroRERSOr Tombstones and- Monuments I LL kinds of marble acd granite work neatly done Cutters ornamentersWeork iebj tCL cMCLARY ndertakerm J almsFf lete rnQr c Orc Qls ttehdPromlpJ Jano f1 I i wa awiaaartr n r unnrM Mnxr wx Jircawta awlw4li Atgeable Jreparabonfci1 As similating tl Foodand6egu2a lint Hie S toisacjis RHlBowels cf HltpKFJS Pro s DiesHonCheefful ttzsaatxlite tCottlaitlsttaik Opittmiifo ie uarlfittcrat NoT NAacorIC II PerJdiSJMtfP1fJHrl SILf Red3e 6dafatgeSral flc Sdi i irtari Aoerfecl R medr lor OF SlJSKP Signature rIH 11FicSimil YUmeI FACT or WRAPPER d s CASTORIA For Infants aad Children The Kind You Hays Always Bovght Bears the- Signature of fin- I Use FOver- ThiI y Year- sCASTORIA CKliTaa UN cm THE BPK OFT VERNON VERNON KY INIT OPENED 1900 J CAPITAL STOCK 15000 C C WILLIAMS PKES JAS T ADAMS ViCEPsES V L RICHARDS CASHIEK A J1 FURBISH ASST CASH DIRECTORSC C Williams Geo Livesay A T Fish H Martin Rod Perry Vincent Boning J E Houk attestionOur friends and patrons are invited to call wbca in tswn Phone No 55 RCF1UCFd I WEST BADEN Springs Lruisvi1Jethereof EuropeA formerly went to toEuropethe scenery and surrounding country the air and the oppor acdommodlionsand this gentleman is a natty of Switzerland g j The splendid worded hike with the coo invigorating air of thee 9 forestorattI1Cro rteorFor booklets telling all about tire woters Hotel Rates aiM full information write EH BACON DP A Louisville Ky GRIFFINPractical Rlid FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Ky JlUCK fAmnlptP FINE HEARSE Attached Can htraEmbalmingCome and see me anything I have not got cant get for you oa 31 ztrain that leave the city OR DERS by wire Promptly Filled Phone No 63 PRESCRIPTIONS VERY druggist says that his ding are pure Every drug gstsaY8 that he does not sub stitmte Every druggist says that he not use inferior Everydruggist thereleftanybody else W cllfc jnIrite you to bring your prescrip n here and see the i It10 tyougetIn JfinotICe iVE3 Vf htlt is done rind thou seG if att do not feel tliet thornedii tq is pntnp jest as your doctor itdftas vi 4Md a PHONE 4 Mtyrn nrKy r o1eji Ii TYx 1 fp t nOSESjo News ofProgressof World J StEaic VorkIn Kentucky i t BIG APPLE AND PEAE DISPLAY r Lawn of Kentucky Building Sown In1 Y PBIue GrassExhibits of omen Work Arranged For Hemp Broken by h1achinerySet- Two Feet Long For the Exhibit Mr H K VhitcsJdc3 o Loiii ville the well known Trodu Hiau Has ought 10000 barrelscfapples Henderson county where by t way fruit of tills kind seems to have flourished more than anywhere clsj Jn Kentucky this yearand fiftyfive barrels are being culled from the entire lot for Kentuckys horticultural dis play at the Worlds Fair nest ye The varieties are Ben Davis Wine Sap Winter Pearmain Black Tui and Rome Beauty The fiftyfive bar rels turned over by Mr Whitesides the Exhibit Association have be carefully wrapped In two different pa perseach apple separately acco ing to instructicyj given ot bv F j sitlon officials rand have beenshpi to Louisville to be placed in cold st sage until taken to St Louis next Apr The Louisville Veteran Fireme Association has unanimously voted attend the Worlds Fair next year a body it will carry along an hand fire engine used in antebell days and in a parade on the group every member being in oldfash ioned firemans uniform will dou less attract a great deal of attenti n Col E C Gulp the Secretary of Committee on Ceremonies for the position is arranging Veteran Fl mans Day and the Louisville 7a dies all of whcm are close around three score and ten In age will S over on whatever date is selected The two hundred foot lawn front of the Kentucky State Building at the Worlds Fair is being sown in blue grass so it will present an at tractive appearance when the Esp tion opens next April 30 This e is in charge of Mr Henry Nanz the Chairman of the FlorIcultural Co mittee of the Exhibit Association addition to sowing the lawn in blue grass Mr Xanzis transplanting all the beautiful shrubbery native to Kentucky in March he will set out numerous fiowjr beds so the picture will become more beautiful as spring glides into summer The postmaster at Woodvillc McCracken county Mr Wade Brown is very enthusiastic over Kentuckys display at SL Louis next year and has collected eomp very fine grapes and other agricultural products He is al gathering snecimcns for the forestry exhibit at SL Louis Chief Milan H Hulbert of tho Department of Manufactures of the Worlds Fair has written the Kentucky Exhibit Association that his partment tas decided to install all exhibits of individual womens work such as embroidery handmade lace decorated china typography etc He will assign a limited area in the Var led Industries Building for a show case to accommodate decorated china and like exhibits and in the test section of the Manufacturers Bui ing to accommodate embroidery oral cn needlework etc The Kentucky Exhibit Association Invitesfait tucky women Interested in these plays to corrC Jond with Jts secre jtealtary aLL mIsvillebhTlie subject r Mis Sue Sutherland a teacher in r thQ city schools at Owensboroi5 using the Louisiana Purchase Exposi Uciji map ipsued by the Worlds F atSt Louis as supplemental matt frgfore her pupils The purchase of tte L mgiana territory whicbnow lm1raC a otltLnctL 3 WJcBtr rcaof the entire United States was one of the most interesting acts in American history and n school child of today takes very kindly to any In struction this line because so many of them contemplate visting the Exposition at St Louis next year which is to commemorate this great enm1AmongoC1er interesting features of the hems display to be made from Kentucky at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition will be a sample of this fiber broken by mac Breaking hemp by machin a r volutfon In this great Kentucky industry Up to f this time the coloredman has had a monopoly in hemp breaking doing it by the oldfashioned method after tbe hemp bad been t 1 teground for several weeks The chino which breaks hempand costs several thousand dollars takes the hemp soon lifter it Is cut without r rottIng and gets even better rests than the darkey wIth his oldti break air J T Gllkey who lives near Winchester in Clark county has sent to the Kentucky Exhibit Associate a sample of the California ya bean grown by himself from seed Kent to him from the native clime of vegetable These beans have ght name being fully three feet In ingth and have taken very kindly e Kentucky soil bcdefere will bo several beets two feet length grown byMr John Knadler Valley Station These have been In dry storage and will be h a e until shipped to St Louis rest of Kentuckys agricultural Jay next spring 4fA fine collection of minerals and MrSimmons W an ity for Kentuckys exhibit at rids Fair next year 3 LINIMENT QNJiARm i y D Baldwin Supt City Works huIsbuty Wisi Ihave tried JP1 biu ds t i1l1k JSnow tjJ1j tnt firtr hue rid pains 1thinlit tite- nt oneartht rr fiejoca- a aI bottle ass Chas C Day I tare y Z Tt r A Tough Nature Il 2 IBtD t 4 0 t lj PanT lul Cot THE river Is deep at Shell Bend and hills are high on either side rf the narrow valley and whenraics ares heavy to the northward trouble comO ofthere ia floods tsI The Big Eastern Hallway company had surveyed its line thronsh tho valley in stead of cutting through the hiUainiic above and a difference of opinion ex courscncCrlainrains the damage from high water at Shell Bend amounted ton sum not light Ily to be consideredIA number of men members of a ron strnctlon gang sitting on ties one noon conTpails discussed ques mangmind The waters were ImbliUng and forn50 on was gone and great bowlders washed from the 0hilt sides were scattered here and there aiong the right of way fin scene J5rwere r tIand they cursed fervently the memory roadi0mere e Jliandsa r stances pass through an hour of btcomparative idleness at peace with one another It is all very well to dire mudEsbalrlWherefore Tim Reagan reached over 0and took a piece of bread from the pail jngether at the time This was annoying to Jim but not sufficient cause for eon j bat Tim chewed the bread however baorkUYer womans not much of a ire viciouslyIn v Whereupon the two stood up and ii other men with the wisdom that is bom of experience placed the pails behind the ties Ill teach you you monkeyfaced galoot to insult the fruit of my wo mans oven snapped Jim who was a 1npoet and rich in vocabulary TIs the bread thats made the muscle of the gentleman that can lick the sawdust out ofyour doggoned homely hideantl dont you forget iU derisivelybyto the tongue I can whip any man thaIs fed on the stuff easy ye plug Tale that now He lunged forward and the two men cllnclieO Then they broke away If yed not been so devilish fiery said Tim tskiu insult where no insult was meant Id have traded ye a bit of bread thats breed for that lump of abomina lion I took from ye The bread eat Is made by Miss Bridget Conlan of tIle railroad mans paradise where I boar yeIdpetuous like without lookln than ye ildMlss Bridget Coaian m ngtberd5ow yeirict me offer 3e a piece He reached down Joliis pail quietly gettinga halfeaten slice of bread snorted Jim thin Ill Tarn it down that51uNo red neck ye wear there under yei twill do yer soul and heart goods JJlms retort was unintelligible forward and blood spurted from fmLa J3Jusbetok necr thrtetfar Tght was on in earnest v BiJf biff tfiebloAvs went in straight rem sturdy shoulders For fully three ninnies they kept at it neither Eeettlnj o min an advantage Then little by dale Jim forced Tim back toward tir seep banlr and the rustIng waters At sst he Struck him squarely on the point of the chin and Tim toppled dorm the bank and Into the water like a leg Ie another Instant the current had him and was bearing him awayaJlm preathing d stood looking Intoihe Thecther men ran about fxcitfifljyVt HelL drbwE they cried9te1Irown like a rail You stunned hairg Jim Twas a fineblow said Jim proudly taking down his suspenders He die Buitrousers Thfn lie 1icked off his shoes Look cuthe called and rail dow TmenaVngno outcry for assistance had omporarily halted Then he was In the flyer swimming with long even strokes peesrdnghls head above water with onchard rhnsfar flown the stream for the cur hireho sieve It was a hard fight rcore er isustlng by far than the which hair receded it But he waslittle the wors a cr the exertion Neither was Tim You may believe it or not as ycv ilease but both men were ready fLI tca1ltcIce a thcjihIto My woman boow2dthe bread sir oat into iny dinner pail this morale amthe ours ocr nt your Loardicf 3cesald Jim gently and twas gbo read Youll get a great woman whe tan miry Bridget Tim ftUOh lTiir slopped staring mutt 4II1 s face 5x DQMESTIG TROUBLE i tl f exceptional to fink a family p1prLift Fills around Much trouble they sate by their restork jti MtemhpSiQf trgubls r not one relteye You Qut elzjq atittiltdrtt14qi is i Jim nodded his eyes twinkling Well then II Tims usual andy tongue refused to perform its of flee Iwcll thep=twas good bread Jimand thats thetrutb Then laughing the two men shook hands cordially The story ofIhefightchaaced to travel iarJ1n assistant roadmaster of the Great Eastern walking over the from Shell Bend station that morn Ttrrived in season to witness the whatrxtraordinarj spectacle and to Join In the shout that went up hcn TIm told the joko to the gang as being somathinf atosother too good to keep And the arsiilant roadmaster told the rpadmas Tel of it and the roa master told a cot Iluclorand the conductor told a friend In the generaloffices and so Ittrento until it came to the ears of tho genrr manager himself It was a division fanageruperinlendentwho told the general n the recount with references to the trouble that al ways came to Shell Bend when the wa tens were high smlliIg1ghterhst point and so far this year it has prnc out twice themen mix curses with IIielr bread because the line wasnt cut through the hill above Had it been c through the hilt a nasty reverse cuts would have been avoided arfA the track have been beyond the reach water The men recognize the fact is manifest thy cant avoid IIreconUi u of it they sayand for some frets them I think I can un derstand They feel a certain pride Ii work as do the rest of us th have a keen eye for good tract th dislike to see good track destroyed There may also be something deep r than this something that reaches to ctthe core of all mankind I thinkthere is but I cant say exactly what It is I know isthat I sympathize with the men In this case thatsa11It felt that my myself The general manager was a broad man and he listened seriously The moral aspects of the Shell Bend proposi on hail never been presented to him before The story of the fight between Tiw Reagan and Jim Gidler touch him in li new spot Perhaps he too h felt that wa- yhWell have to look into the matter he said to the division superintendent rdato the road said the division superin teiulect leWe havent thought so It is a bic THE TWO WEN CLINCHED isdal Rock makes ballast Hmmm so it does Butsee here irisieo miiSlTrTMen make railroads and mu whose consideration fora roads w far whether the consideration founded upon the best of judgment not leads them to do as Reagan and Gidler did are worth looking after At tend to it willyau- The divit superintendent uncle r tood GJtlk first I suppose hoi rlsledlhillyirining f uAs w5l6kse I would make little distinction myself Reagan took medicine like a man and I dont imagi it was altogether without bItternes- Tisnt an ordinary man that can do Gidler and Reagan never knew why was that they were chosen from amo theconIstTUctionwbittheyhadbeen receiving Itisprcb ble they would not have the reason had the division giventj to them for neither the mind of division superintendent roe that of the enera manager was entirely clear upon the subject Something deeper than rea son had called the turn Efthefightjata division roadmaster The cut at Shell Bend was completed a year ago and the nlTheythe cut and Reagan glanced from the corners of his small eyes at Gidler just as Gidler glanced at Reagan Jim Well Tim- Reagan scratched hIabend and abruptlYIlIeonly way I can say It old man he said And Gidlers only immediate reply waa tightening of XVasilc tbemusclesIThe dowager bOutt spend 18000000 in repairing old temples and building new ones An think exclaims the Indianapolis that she could almost buy a site with that sum of money Glad News for Parent haslnirom wire Does this mean asks th thesmalboy I wear out WOYDERFUIIRPa jTs displayed lty many ra man en doling pains of accidehtaf critis vrounds ruisesvburis spajds soreJ teftofstiffJouts But iKeres nd need iurif BucklenS- k Atutta Salve will kill tbeVpaik and curer he trouble ItSthe inntt alltfugstviga6ianof theRhine lAAl toW q1v iC tf j71iPAP3 IS TORN PE71 T ISF L jj it i11 3rYour Mind where Yout want to Go How about the We or Southwest IF TO THE WEST OB SOUTH WEST WHY OT HAVE OYEFArt bdleilservice FREE RECLINING C H AI RT CARS ON AL EVENING TRAINS BETWEEN KEN 11allOUISA D THE WEST AND SOUTA W EST HThe nly ice that dle it TdlS LINE IS RECOGNIZED ROUTEtIi0Il i 03IF0P T 1I3LE Tn YEIJli E T W E E N KEJf IlIut1IST4A1D SOUTHWEST Ifltt ile Itid Voitr llalrt ROUND TRIP H03IESn5i 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a milk diet and morewn Emulsion Toget fat you must eat fat Scott s Emulsion sagreat Fattener a great strength giver Those who have lost flesh ytissuesEmulsion increases them all bone rleshbloodand nerve conaVlesc nts for cousumptivestU for weak children for all = who rued flesh ScQtfs compefOrtafbod and a natural tktt s Jl1ulSiQfiJjt booe Dish odanda nelvE Ito We will send a free sample ouI 8e awe that IWspldwe ItriMfermOialaWk M 4Ftfislex or SCOTT 1ItrYI tr lr ti r r i 3 c ADED r r 4T kir A if r i fr y t Il v r f1J i It n i f j s a L This rwsy L L k r i i 1 i 2 k JW i t1 T 1 1 T TERN t DIRECT ORY twi-l gT Srl T r II ij qnti ct Gt h HJne hiS rcrNs a tc nslntn hurch Preach illt Isl tirt i iita at tl a ut and a San ehooi93t a m every Sunday Praye Meeting Kveiy hursil ay 730 pur The public are cordially Invited to attend services Presbyterian litRPrviM8 on th uaiiay morning and evening theI Ullda11rbo1 MASONIC MonIIay 110NHYIat MACCABEES O T TEXT No il meets every let stud 3rd Monday at 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