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Digital page images are linked to the text file. c it established 1887 uJ1 IfI VOLUME fVII MT VERNON ROGKCASTtE COUNTY KY FKJDAY FEiJil A r 4 +2 = NUMBER 19 I 19O4ttgfM Tffi Af115 per e Hundred rbs BOJE MFAf I25 Per Hundred Pounds watt and must sell this this season because must WE the room Bissell Chilled Plows and repairs all low prices Erigle Pos that will improvv yrYOUR price on same before buying JThe Year 1903 Las gone and passed end we are jrell a satisfied with i our trade during that year hut our trade has been growing each year and to make it better in 1904 than e ever before we will give 1p Beautiful Picture Frame to our cash customers at he end of each month So call up Phone No 87 and we will ti be weighted to on you MTVERNONRY 4 FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS Its not sentimentthat makes the most successful shots shoot Winchester Factory Loaded Shells Its the results they grave Its their entire reliability evenness of pattern and uniform shooting Winchester Leader shells loaded with smokeless powdery are the best shells on the market WinchesterbRepeater shells d withsmoke1 are cheap price but not in quality Winchester New Rival black pcvder shells are the favorite black load on the market on account of the theirshootingand reloading qualties either of these brands and youll be weUvleased Theyareth rTHE SHELLS THE CHAMPIONS SHOOT i IW ca 48000000 FOR WAGON ROADS There is a lull introduced IB Co gress br the Hon Walter P Brown the Hoalis 97 New Hampshire appropriating 24000000 on tIe part of the Nitional Government as a nationalp aid in building wagon money is to be apportioned among he the States according to their popu in 1st ioa except tbat no State shall receive less than 250000 Th State or counties receivUK thi mono must add a like amount so that 48000000 wll be extended in the building oil wagon roads Thi will place in each State froia to 5o mite of fine hard road whiih will not be affected by fros- or spring riins endoa which he farmer caii haul tbe year round It will bea great advantage those living near it Jut it will a far greater advantage t ti whnle outry because it will be wonderful illJmake everyone who sees this roa and who uses it waht more road just lre itKDd it mil cause more road just like it to be built Should this hill a Congress Kentuckys prt of the mne would be 62OOU Add to this 620000 to hr raiedi Kentucky laud wt have aalahleI 4000 for he mlding of wagon roads K iUCk WIAK AND LOWSPIRITED A ropo dent thus d nb h1t rience I can rccrtf tl erbt a imdic rrm k rk tftr tr trtdtr- j titt Tdctr- d InS f i ot tl y C i t v- lerr P rar tnl rR alert futile r miv im complaint woaderat pe i pie going on suffering or perdut their m ney or worthless things when Herbine is procurable and so cheap 500 a bottle Chas C Davis drugstore Her Love of Fancy WorkI Does roar wise dp much fancy r work V Fancy work She wont even let a porus plaster come into the house without crocheting ared border round it sod runmaj a yel ow ribbon Qro1l bthe bel c- uJ tf Iq J t t pllllT 1 tD j3JD3DPRINP1 qi t Aty 4k i Y y y 4iouuti n I if v ffJ t gJltJ BARGAINSA KRUEGERSONS FerfiJizer we at wait KRUEGERSONS Y1NClfB I6R in pa r RELIGIOUS Rev James Moore the ollrst minister of the Baptist church in United State died at his home Menifec county at the ripe age of years He has been an ordained preacher foityo bears and dm Mragand received over 3000 into the cburdlIt is said of trim that can quote accurately every verse the New Testament The Rev J N Presf ridge edi EsFtiset Argus an organ of the Baptist Church in Kentucky has taken the initiative in bringing about a worlds conference ol Biptists n auguratiug the idea in an editonal Presttridges a tub of Baptists froth all oer the world wherever tbs Baptist faith bebee chaon- both to be called the Pan Baptist Con Ioadoaon a date to carried tmt ADJOINING COUNTIES Ii a fight at Wilton Kunx env ty Deputy Matthew Helton shot jnd killed Dan and Tcm Fletchtr and fatal y wounded a wan name Buick The hipgest oil well that has southeste1vrntiths came in in the Hammond fr on Liter Richlard ere t tithrl for drill pen ii liflr Kvt v th c ins iretalten isn oolin fertjiuh ens irir ur hole big well is co Ptnduow 5 on tarts and is good for ten 1iarre These completions are giving a great impetus to drilling Made it UnHnirapu Hojax1 thought you intended to marry 5I Nan Carnickl- eTmaixI thought so top but her family bbjecttd Hajaxwhtt did Miss Carnickle sa Tomisph beesone of the t awilywtkpeWS ad 7 NEWS ITEMS Edward Cashis under arrest in Bloomington ill charged with killing William Sewell of Pulaski county KyIThe Iroquois Theater disaster will be made the sujeei of an in vestigation by a special n Chicago at au early datefFebruary 18 has been fixed as the date of the trial ot Mrs Anna Op penheimer charged wits the mm dtr of her baby in Cincinnati hos pita1tJack Keefe a motorman on the Lexington and Paris electric cart drattsigned tor it Capt Benjamin Cve Milam a veteran of the Mexican War and the manufacturer ofa noted fishing reel died at Frankfort He was ghty two years old Arrangemeuts are said to have been completed for the construcJ on of the inerurban e fllbyLake Michigan leas at last frozen over and navigation is blocked Theayerage temperature lor Dec W4s S clow normal and for January belo v which was only xcelled In htavv snowfall is reported hrdu No rn G tIJ A UChtktb1efthe lass tweet fee tears to ha- S i talti t he cotut y L i rf Khffct iS rui sende1 totf Scftr o 1l ar al 20tit OH eapr pnav fur e purch s fi ur ll1pIt IIr1 army maneuvers West pnt umiedas a desirable iccation tenon frI The htonting L cajijuon lg1la e passage of the State Capitol Appropriation Bill in the Senate Saturday afver 00 Seeialamend ncuts were offered but were voted down a d the measure passed unanimously The ciiizens cfjI Frankfort were wilt with cnthusA m over the settlement ecCapItolSewed In a cotton belt about her waist 3000 in cut erne and ne gotiable papers was found table rs Maria Uitts of Independence Kau was received at the City Hos pital Papers showing that she was possessed of property valued a from 20000 to 60000 wen also found Mrs Uttts was found suf ferine from pneumonia and died The payments for pensions since July i 1865 just after the close of the war including estimates for the current year sum up 3109850 563 This is more by nearly a hundred millions than the entire cost ot the army and navy during the war which was 3 027763 46 Jf peace has its trctortes It also has its expenditures not less formida ble than those of warlla his effort to reach the bedsides of his dying wife in New YorkC Charles W Clark son of Senator W A Clark made a recordbreak jug run over the Santa Fe railroa- on a special train The run from Wiusiow Ariz to Chicago a distance of 1663 miles was made in th r sevcn hours and fifteen minutes an average fortyfour and half miles an hour including stop aud delays JBETTER 1H NliOLD l was troubled for several year with chroLic in e lion and uses Gretolatu 1mckt s tvei ntSeC hey nwrt x p in vrietnrxrlrnt lea to iur tdI jldp a ivgti9rplaces507 with a guaranteed satefact on Sold by all druggists One of the novelists referrngto- ss his hero S4ys Hiscountenan fell His voice broke His heart siiik His heir rose Hhe blazed His words turned His glhlIwas a tera II pl Ikuatap tittlV ttu POLITICIANSIy Giv Taf took oth of office as Secretary oi Waf last Monday Boss captured the Republican Copngrc lOnIG11pittPe in Louisvillti the lasimeeting f ktnpIorgaiiization The Heflih B II an educational oualificationrhat could ebniinate thetKiteraie net ro voter was virtuallvkillfd at Frantmt byy he action tnti-y pottpored action upon e me sure Plans for the entertainment of the membr Qf the Legislature by the three Louisville commercial organizations including a trip to S Louts to the dedication of the Ken tucky building a banquet in Louis 7ville and a in ptCtou of Douglas Park proposed permanent site for JTheBeckham passed the Kentucky House and goetto the Governor approval ThiS will make 120 in the State ann it is said 3 that Beckham county will be nor mally Republican though the change will make Carter comity Democratic It will be out of por lions of Carter Elliott and Lewis T iwiih Olue Hilt asthf county seat L SuprcnelC HarIJInsotsn Eiward D ti1C Rufus w eiMiut jt itph MciCenna Crver Vt Hlmen Wiliaui R Dav Them niters IIi the Ken turkj Cou t of Appealar A R 5 j Bunuini E SctUr H S B r ker J P Hobjon ifd C ORear TIe total apjiQpriaton b the present Genetal gllhll0jiw1ud ing Sioioooo for anew State milljIirun into debt fur bsidts a lai tj i1Inew Capital hill will be inroduc in an effort to preserve the presenthisturicbiii1Liogaudpermitthe Ip on a more suitable iteCJFour years ago President Rose velt appointed Minnie Cox a negro It Vomanas Postmistress of Indian ola a prosperous Mississippi townIt The white people who tec ivied nearly all the mail revolted and some of the younger and more violent used some pretty strong language She professed to be afraid closed the office and raoveii to another State where she cunP tinued to draw the salary of 1300 a ierear The people of the town asked the President to appoint an other Postmaster hut he refused and for years hey have been re c dying their mail at Greenville iweutjfive miles away font which point it ins brought by private cunveaace The tmn of the ne gro wtman expiredlast week and thePresident wanted to appoint her ddand he appointed Senator Mart ii a Democrat The office at ludiai vIa will be opened again CANCER LURED a Mr W Prickett SmithficldC 111 writes Sept ioth ig t I had been suffering several ears with a cancer on my lace which gave rue great annoyaiue and un bearable itching 1 was uMug iiai tarus Snow Liniment tor a sore lei and thoughstn accident I tcn e ancer and atilt gacn aimost Mam relief deodcO to conuaue to u e lit it limcnt on the cancer In a tort iuetit can tr comeuut a d n1 lace hcaUd up and she r is not the slightest scar lett 1 bat t implicit faith in the merits of thisr propatation and it cannot he too 255Cec t md Ioo stXhas C Davis dtuy store Husband What another dre nakfcrsbiW My dear you shtu try and fix Opt mind on something tit h rthaii dress t f r Isvc g of toy mind fixed on a bee ot a s honnetm a downtown milliner ie wtjidow and just thick itsoiil or 29 08 Of e nirse you will ge for at wouV y ou Johu dwr F rSt4 1 i UrjI i rit s 1 I i r r At flCe5j iW Iuy n I20i r tvx Ivv 120 i Published Es Shoes made of sizes Ladies 150 175 Shoes s choice of pairs all sizes For 150 work Values on earth A line bestIof at low prices Best 5 cents a Yard fJ orvc VV 7 v J r 1 to get our SPECIAL 1 Oz HATS Best on Earth i lino Staple Groceries at Live and Let Live prices Best M OCA and JAVA Coffee 12 cents We will always pay highest market price for nil kinds produce hides Cent Mdse Ky LAND TOCK AND CROP Mr W H Edwards Jr bought common ewes from Mr Joe C Grld at 3 50 a head Woodford r SunS t K Hodgkin buught the Ita- sneekacir t l lend ofa Sw p to 220tbat3Uc W 4 K Hodgkin bought tier amt Veke Phil Rutled e fiverxta heifer 966 U3 a 385 Com tthaltiiiiiid the rtlrr oldae and yet le as yco ian o tenet il Was h vesit v shown at the Worlds Fair Indiana frmer L Co Viu filter settler of Gut o liW sate tfU ITJIJ in the tale of 1364 He puT aside I6 bttsheTsof tht ye rjharvest and kept It in an open Tell has remained there ever since and received no treatment other to allow the air to pass throne- it at all times Winchester Demo c crat w H LUlard sold to R L Gas z3rarling eers at 33cCar pester k Son purchasedof D itt this week 17 butcher host 4i c Danville Advocate In answer bthe fo lowing que tion hVhat is good to uel wolves out of cattle I have a Jer ey heifer which is about two years old that has fifteen to twentyof them on rbt kIwoui11ik to get them off The Earnests Home journal says Thseoln s are the larvae or grubs of the gadfly The Test tray lS to querze cut and estroy them It may be necessary in order to get the grnhs out to ae ding of this works no harm to t skin if a sharp knife is used cat fuly There is always a smalli opening fcr each grub by means of which it keep up communication with the outside All cattle ought t e examined in the sprint and if there are any of these creature OT fiem they should be forced out Thus the supply of flies can get less ned for every fly passes thtough a grqb tnge hu the grubs and Iwmalways be present until t practice here recommended ecomes genet L Any way of killing these gin s that leave them w1erethey- ar kud under the skjn to Been nl pose and fester is to be avoided The above is something that every person owning cattle should keep in mind Do YOU think mu h of Ir it Ftisbu asked Mr Gilroy of it patlsd t ut 24 hours st17ys2a r bctf rtplv p Every Friday rIIO For 25O and 275 the very best Vici Kid ill For and 100 and Mens Shoes large kinds Shoes very Every Brand Calico IPONTiAIL complete of de1ILivingston Tt Ladies widths WEATHER FORECASTS FOR FEBRUARY February swill be a month of storms violent storms and bliz zard Wind rain sleet and snr v will prevail covering the entire countcydxhe reitatit d shag tIle m ociile th1 Jteeniest ioatrt years andtwitl ccnsist piicipjffyiintetal1d snrwra- cejpiriid litfljes with heavy Tiic tn be light rt cliiviTJuM except t ver c iluiiicrr inl Quit States iij xy rajtis will fallat tunes t hii rl dtiriizheingfollowed ssrC v sw slid cold waves to4ve1Id vavcs tvrtitr tntes pfOhiO Indiana Kentucky West Vu Ienncssee IHinoi and Pennsylvar eta y djl11 will cause suffering Ito a man and east and seriously delay traf MxiceLTestT to North Southwest and Northwest will at times he almost suspended tj severe hi zzirds nod extremes in cold and traffic over the South will be seriouslycrinpied by raise sleet and snoY Btftveenethe 22iid and 26th great tortes of violent nature wH sweep over retire country causing des tructiou in thtir oath RELISFIN 0r1One Minute Cough Cure itkrlI relief ieminute because the microbe which tickles the mu colts membrane causing the cough hedrd at the same tune clears thee phlegm drawsout the hiflimatlon and heals and soQtheS the affected parts One MinutQ Cough Cute strengthens the lungs wards off pneumonia andisa harmless and never failing eureioall curable cases of coughs colds and croup Due Minute Cough Cure is pleas ant to take harmless and good alike or young and old Sold by Chases 0 Davis the druggist HeMrs Hunlee I cant see why my hnsbmd should bi jealous of me I Her FriendNo one can my dear MYSTERIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES Our was pale pate a sallow and t tieothrrfrsiandroa iv Wher ce the dlfL net x Sh elm is bin h ing with healrh mes Dr Kings Nov Life Pills to maintain it By gently rtr u iltt tits lazy organ compel sand digestion and jdoff cthri ation Try them lids ICItiycit Take Laathrow a TaN ts Tbit mre- r r xf BISHOP DUDLEYS STORY f 0The following story is related in Louisville as having been told by was in New York Dud1eyf called to pay his imminent dear who was to preach the rthe sermon bflits l3ishopfoundtbeclergyrI man in his study a his feet propped up fens He was smoking at sippingIveal of introduction tthat is the matter t hI have the gout a bad case too1thnve just been reading abots fv our sertnou Will you be able te f itk with your foot in its pres ent conditionOh It I hope that I shall be able to hear itOb by the way what is be the subject of your sermon The New York man flicked the ashes from his cigar rested his foot a more comfortable fashioa toyed with a copy of the latest novel of the day which he had in his lap and taking a sip of sherry drawled slowlySelfdenial IF your Dtu2i3t have not go DR ROGERS RHEUMATIC REMEDY in stock we will send you two bottles by express charges prepaid for 100 Remember this REXEDY is guaranteed to cure Mention this paper when writing r Th ldin One Day ilt r ClIp 1 1irw Days r t i h MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY FEBRUARY o 1901 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT fielftTBSCRIPTION Advertising rules made known on x 1 application f HON D L MOORE i + Of Mercer county is n candidate for Con r cress ii the Eijjhlh district to mccecil lion theik t Jy Boliciled Pr A FEW PLAIN FACT xrr 84Ltl canlJ ed candidates Gilbert Hplm and Moore There is going to be n partPof some to change the present State Central Committeeman Chinnand v J Executive Commitfeeman Mor r ban and they may possibly lose their heads It is generally believed that Judge Bell of Mercer the homes of Col Moore has appointed all 0 his Commissioners and Trustees of rjury funds in Uoyle Garrard Me cer and Lincoln all of which are n the 8th Congressional district with the sole object and purpose of co trolling those counties for Moor- Lincoln has a candidate however Juithat so far as this particular county is concerned the goods cannot be delivered it is also rumored that Vi Gilbert anti Moore are both figur JJ largedemocratic 1rconceded that at present is i2i Helm It has lately developed 1 4 hoirever that Gilbert and Moore somecone Madison to become a can didate in order to effect some sort i of a combination in order to crip pie Helmand without any real de ft l sire tp have a Madison cpuuty man 1 T nominated j y Itis understood thit Helm is making a quiet but determined fight for the nomination and is othipresent indications holds the key to ii situation What his course will v shouldeither of the other m e AIadijpeople of this district demand fair poHtijft and some warm times may be ex rpected when the State conventi meets to send delegates to the Louis convention VV IEIGHTH DISTRICT DEMOCRAT 2 On Saturday Gov Beckham named the fifteen Kentucky Com Ii missioner to the Worlds Fair as appropriatingi reprytmen State six ofa 4f them headed by A Y Ford being f members of the Kentucky Exhibit soitY T4rr 5 r Commissioners named arc A Y f t Pading u tf Louisville W T Cox Maysville ClaranccijIlIEIlii BoVlineFrankfort ivB Bowler Bards town A G Caruth J uisvil lei Sam Grabfelder Greenup andUB cr Do Gully Morgantown T Commissioners are nonpartisan but special attention was paid to commercial interests ARRIVING at San Francisco en i route for Washington Governor Taft save the reporters a very rosy t account of the beautiful and peace afulcondition of the Philippine In f the very next column we read the r news of a battle with Moos in Min dinao in which Lieut Fiske was killed and Lieut Roberts ands American soldiers wounded thetI A POLL taken by the New York Herald shows 162 Democrats in Congress against reaffirmaiou of tlteI6tot platform iand 7 iu favor oHtAmong those opposed such strong silver men as Senat Daniel Tillraan McLauiin Creary and Carmack Ji 11 Carr ALBERT L WILLS is ma brigadier general over 857 super officers This isa much uetded L lesson to our officers not to WjBariydlsticiioD if they wish tQ o t beprolitte- t I3IN IS oUT CLOSE p WHJJN the first President Hard son died in office his deputy John Tyler was not elected to succeed him when General Taylor died in office Millard Filmore was not elected to succeed him when Lincoln was slain Johnson was not elected to succeed him when Gar d was murdered Arthur was io elected to succeed him In fact none of the pr0111ot dvicePresi presidentialI said lays in the application of itt ONE THIRD of all the people this country are engaged in a riI cultural pursuits 10438030 ofl themwhile all other industries employ only 18885000 The total farm area in the United States is 000000 acre3an area larger England Scotland Wales France Germany Austria Spain Japan and the Transval Yet proIchinery abroadmuch cheaper than our own farmers can buy it memorial mahonorWednesday by the General As ofsembly at which William J Bryn was a guest of honor At I oclock in the morning services were held rin the House and eulogies pr0 npunced by Senators Booles Hic Representatlyn aeternoou a thousand persons visit j grave of Gov Goebel night tbeexercises were concluded by a speech by Mr Bryan in the opera house to a large crowd He was introduced by Gov Beckham SCRAPS wiaTo Avoid Pneumonia One very simple rule for avoiding Pneumon is never to enter the foul air possibly overheated ofa street car when you can walk No said tbe moralizer you cant J udge a mau by his clothes Thatsri trejoined a d ery uloralirer 1 sari a trampweariD a sweater the other day therplantt a girl should always wedbesort of Miss Nancy young man haipeht trihave made allmy money out ofot themthdoctoStis a now she refuses to speak to me Slobhs Perhaps she thought meant to infer that her father a quack Passerbv Here boy your dog pirsyelittle pup lik him to bite your neckwould yennaHave I any riv3liTriyouraffec boas be d 1atided fiercelyy heNoo replied the lovely girl thoughtfully At least I caunotj think of anybody else I regara witoC equal indifference Called lJownfhat dress becoming my dear said the man who thinks he is a diplomat looked at him coldly for a moment and then replied Yes it is coming threadbare ClAh sighed the wretched Mr mhecries all night long Twins answered the man Vho had been through it The weathers got quite cold said one broker to another It bas was the reply There ruust be something wrong with the idea that the wind is always lea ertd to the shorn Iamb- English As She Is Pronounced A small bpy in the DelawareSown writeS0rd a hominy produced thelollowiMg Hominy marbles have jpu QunltftfinksQireeriarts it lJinks =That night JaIlSaateBlinksYes Jinks But it doesnt breuk Blinks No breaks dtBlialsEra yes jinksButt it doesnt fall X r Bli lks N o al Jin ks Queer tsntit fs f Blinks Well lather TIS J o K Mrs CaseyIf I where to die PHI what vo nlrlOtt d Mr Casej IM be arirrtJMrs Casey Would yon marry again 1Ir Casey No I wouldnt be that crazy Every bodj says the baby looks pleate yon PopleI lasfthe baby FoxIs it true tht SkinnerI so unpopular among his ances Knos Thats what Why he wont even get a laudatory sen tense on his tombstone when ijiluifiltfS off lIT VoiceAlice m amateur w pcalit If you had my voice what would you do with it JessieI dont know dear bn believe I would ita holid av grtillwould have it tuned Technique 7rainMis How james at the opera Hasmt she a rvelous technique Mr Cahokia Yes brit doesnterseettl to know how to manage it gracefully She gives i 1a sort ofa kick when shy turns around OpeningBuckleAs I son I dont believe he has a cup of brains in his head riAttake up your business You have always done first rate at it you know He Knew Greek AH Right iss KulcherOfcoure Mr Frescbmann jou are quite familiar th Greek 1tr FlescbmnnnOh yes deed I kuow Greek thee minute see it toCtSomething Wrong Ithas bten slid remarked the person that the min who workss s eadiy never has occasion to war agThe jaj who said thttwlts nut ty jolued the man who born tired Its workihg stea at worries me HAVE YOU INDIGESTION If you have indigestion Kodo Dyspepsia Cure will cure you s cured thousands It is curing ople every dayevery hour owe it to yourself to give al You will continue to su- tilyou fc un dotry it There is m her combination of digest at digest and rebuild at the sam time Kodol does both Kodi cares strengthens and rebuild Sold by Chas C Davis druggist Govwas W from the publican giibetnatioual race is culmination of 0th of the reates- tpllincalupheaals in Kansas ars So fee the element Kea Cyrus Leland Jr who on Fri day last predicted Baileys notion at the State Convent which meets at Wichita on March 7 has not announced a candidate and Ed W Hoch the Marion ed tor the candidate of the anti maate chine crowd is the only maw in race Congressman J M MitIer byisrttShire ment who is Air utterbecr so called headed bt Leland has isoued a manifesto drid clanng that thefight against achine has been won Gov Bailey announces that h will never run or ffief1 gain ain out of it he said My ca is rounded I am done lie ad decThe I am gbinu to try to live to ward the friend I have1 I am no going to punish niv enemies HOWS THS We often Jl 000 Reward for any case of CslPlarrh ire F J CIIiVladi Toledo Ohio We the ttndrJ ned have known FJ Cheney for the JartlSycar arid believe him pfjfrctly Jionowlile in all btuiaeea tranjac financially able to entry out any ijgationa mxileby thf ir ibm eat iTruax Wholriale Druggists Toledo Ohio JVaWin Kianan Marria Wkileiale DrsggiaGTledoOhio IIidle Catarrh Cure is taken Satei ting direcily upon the blrrod and mu serfateeof the uritem Testimonials sent Price 75a tier bottle Sold by11 Drug Uali Family PUU are the b- rutCASTORIJ JK Imfaati ai CUlixM tY Alr t the tI TU 4I- f THE SUNDAY SCHOOL eon In time International acrlt far February 7 land1 Sab hath la Cnpernunm THE LESSON TEXT Mark 12134 TKXT He laid his BanditOn one of them and healed them Lake 4140 wlaJn the syagoitueLukc HHealing455y CJTrineOnly a rev Bays later than the t son grthrivingGeaaesaret NOTES AND COMMENTS Jesus and the four fishermen Peter Andrew James and John left the ILh ing grounds together and went to the city Capernaum which was full ol Irheworld of men They were to be mis ionarie home missionaries at first then foreign mtasionaries On the Sabbath day Jesus experience in the synagogue at Nazareth was on the pre wtIhere And taught Jesus taught eat deal in the synagogue during itsrly ministry Its service was more ZJerusalemmost orthodox Judaism Though Jn pbjectpriestshemeetings than our church services the dull mechanical tendencies thich were turning the heart of Ju ia ism to stone the synagogue may havo been often a center of life and rallying place of freedomDean Chadwick Taught them as having authority This is one of the most illuminating sea ChristsIs t He Spoke as if confident that He w- aghtthe s scribes were doubtless ccnfi ent they were rightbut rather that He did not back up His teachings by refereno to the standing Moss etc but spoke thenuthor1tesI He felt to be true in His ending on the truth itsel own impression His was HQmaktiltsI rect from God Another surprise was in synagogjit audience that day A theI with an unclean spirit The b commonJour Lord and it long obtained In the Chrlstiaajfchurch Butit has been point ed out most it not nil the pht no ena associated with this belief are now tlLdiseaseinsanltc y e add what psychologists call eases of personality double conscious ness etc If the unfortunate in Oil lesson was diseased rather than pos- sESsed of a foul spirit why did Jesus 1BWoederd11Celse believed so too The best way to meet an Ihiane person is to meet rim where he thinks he is Christ was not here to correct all mens er doneIEC vE WhetherDman Was an epileptic of possessed of bts the kingdom was concerned The oiut is that Christ healed the man wIan1t Everyone saw that the man was cured thisDeanIA new teaching unclean spir s obey him The two mar els of the day Both equally unlocked 1srthe former a moral miracle the alter a physical both revealing an 1m Aerial spirit exercising sway over the thrands and bodies of men Bra dote tbe effect in verne 28 wtitae Cdedhouse of Simon Jesus was the guest Vemiry hoionn Lt spiritstulfeae had done in the case of the min in he synagogue At even The Sab ended at sunset Picture to your evthcr vo can our own minds Remember tic Ma acens commanding presence but tbat He stantr t f he unsympathetic Pharisees and rartl ectntly happy in being able to minister DrotLet1m to a1tthey know Him Explanations are Tthhe e uehtly amazingly keen and true ant an hardly be explained Christ did not vant to bi proclaimed the Messiah as wreho uasou t time was not ripe Ram Yorn Dlllgt Works at love are words of life It is a good thing to know a period when you see onesThe chariot of in usually becomes s police ambulanc Our petitions cannot go up if our prac tice is going down When the heart Is Gods abiding pl His peace is Always there Death may mark the difference tween the walkingand the winging the cool The man who sighs for the days of the martyr generally does it in an easy chair tourCross iIotais U s needs good Ifver pillAyers Pill They apt directly on the live cure biliousness t rw 11BUCKINGHAMS nrtr en or 9ieooambttt asluea s T f w w w I SS S d w ZZ w 2 j = L ntn 1tiHHJnHHinnHtHtinln 1t1innHnniH fr uo IOr Firsf rnuai rp can Up SaeTI = Weliave rt mention i Best Flanelett S4coo A Y U Ontinyg Sic t Flannel 6c to 12ir Mens heavy Underwear at Oust Mens Flannel Shrta at Cost L lies Underwear at Cost Comforts i 1 oO t now goilagIt 1J li wide Cotton Ulankets 90tts a i pair all wool llauketsS2 50 a pair La IPS Shirt Vaist5 at eosttWellll at once for inesf god must tJij to it e iyofii i for the UHinur thit is nmv comrij VE a full line of Springy and zupitM Mens Llo hag also au sttrekof idea and dreus t luthuii ttr i J C Ct Ivy fUll11 U iHHU ilHU RI llroni IlriiiKe nt len rio XJ In Flouted Into IoKlliuii Ri hut Water Thousands of people of Newark N J recently saw the tide Iiarncoscd and made to perform big piece of work under the direction of toe human mind The task successfully accomplished was the shifting of the draw of rail road bridge over the Passaic river from one pier to The draw weijjas 1000 tons is 20 feet long and doa be decker and it was moved 35 feet and lowered lly feet Two big scows lashed together were OnIthe scows could just pass under the fcoor girders of the draw The scows were floated under the draw at low tide at four oclock in the morning At eight oclock the tide had raised scows and the draw till the latter was free of the pier jmbornoits burden to the new home of the draw The sand waslet out of the boxes and the weight of the draw forced the scows down into the wa 7sThe whole operation was accomplished the least mishap GERMANY BUYING STOCK Hen vy Iu vestme tti in American Rail coy Shares IIcIiiK Made Preach rnrclinse Handy German buying of American railway shares has lately been on an exception ally large scale Not only have the shares of the good companies been ought outright but there has likewise very large purchasing of options as an improvement in railroad stocks here early in the new year is looked roc lia Germany French investors have not bought American shares They never indeed do so But they have bought American bonds very freely not only here but in London There has ben some likewise by Holland But just now the financial condition of Holland is farfroin satisfactory owing partly to the failure of the crops Jn the Dutch East Indies partly to the very bad harvest at home owing to the heavy and continuous rains and partly to losses occasioned by previous unwise speculation In American securities Consequently Amsterdam has not been to do very much just now in Ih buying line whereas Germany has bought on very large scale MITSUMATA Japanese Plant Out of Whloh Good Paper la Made May De Intro doted In tile Souli basI1gr1cultureare the result of one or the trips of Harbour Lathrop of Chi torelgrtsJapanandof plants for the government lum tta ia adapted to warmer parts of the county and is one of the lost valuable plants known for the prbductloc of bark parentso muchIusca by the Japanese rely new crop to the south if it can F5rtjlltwo area about onethird the size or tbtf tate of Illinois The mifcsumata plant flourishes land too poor for rice growing pecially adapted to clay soil and 600 to 2000 pounds of raw bark are aceroduced upon single acre This 16beoftimes as much as the wood pulp im ported from America sells for in 5foko bam I A Remarkable A lady who had reached the age of 105 years without drinkiiig whisky or chew ing tobacco and who had given away ChicagoSproud of the Same is reported to have been remarLslal in the same class with New looks tunuel explosions Y1illtitmarked them down to prices tlttt will ji peal to every one AVe but a teir of the of the many items that we are offering Canton woth Full size another without have l few dress skirts left that we ofer tt re dliredlrite3 Now dont full tOOlUll air see 16 i Mock t have Summer iininese 01i chi ciuuJlriCC3 HOCKKK Livingston i U1UHU1HaUU HIUltHU HHBUHU IHHHUHHHHH r a a a buying a EXPERIMENTS uPonI a RetardI a fewSIIn CJauc i I s GO TO JONAS rv CKErjZiE MT VERNON KY for Everything in GenflnlIBEST GOuDS AT LC VEST PRICES Phon No 83 Z a l IFa i il l 6fj 7T II WhHm jH ill tSr iitla FCCIDE t Yrj lJIN I1RFPE I yOU f Ji J Wii1 trtla 9 111111rIDa t FIRST AID TO Tnt T J ED heP rgrt TIe and all hurts Paracazsph will give y J J isfactioa than any ezternai rem dv H If it fails your mone7 will L ix S Excellent for Chapped Har s az ii Drejrfrts h For sale bv MT VER iO DRUG CO A T J v ji I x tV elr SOUPISOUPaAt the D U Poynterold stand is the place to get a good Bowl of Soup or a Nice LunchIWe also have a full line of FrTrits and Fresh + tf Groceries W H 9A EECMi Vernon Ky Lhr t Yr P +ro v 58Sa RAMSEY For Fresh Meats ofall Kinds usOitt0ivqiI xSHOP in basement ojnosite Goirfc house iYYQ r 13000 6AIPrepsred St o by C ML Ky Very We came uooa the great editor as he was reading verse It must he very tiresome dis new poets every cayxve Ventoretl diCoverillglqley WHITES CREAM VUELxiAQuIci4y eueForrVEHYB nu D9CGGSrSpbyJAllrE BAUARS Sold HAS DAVIS Vernon PJentiful covering Viin h n Mr IiaseedTltere- airt nothin the Si Peters loves horn newspaper notoriety Mrs Havseed Whats he bin a dom now fr Hayseed taintin his barn occasclfurpapai i r iI J rl V RNON SiGr AL My VERNO1r Ky iEn 5 1904 II Z9Cnll Uf No 7Q whet vM n to Cnrnoluol with SIGNAL c9 l illI6 dLCUIVUE TIME TABLE 4 north 1206 p ni 26 north 1378 mil pyir 25 Satht 113 a TAS LANDRUM Agent P 1It No 58 t 4tcrrd rbeityrre tat Birenre d4 toil matter j Inl S u Proctor is non located at Lily W T Davy has resigned as mar Shall f I R Brown ha another hay at his hou e John D Miller is with homefolk this week- Jack Adams yas doowu from Wiltqn Sunday MissIda May Adams has turned to Mt Vernon Attorney L R Hughes was up from Stanford Sunday- Representative W A B Davis spent Sunday at home C M Cnnmins has moved to Mrs Georgia Rices property b YIerShe is in a very serious condition Conn Brown was home from Central University a few days this week v ftlonone 1 fWeCoher is thinking of moving back to Mt Vernon c CHarleySimpsin was home foir til on tour Moadav nionnr t ail FTuesdayMis 5 Emma d little Mattiel Mnv Riddle have returned front a visit to relatives at Lqsjana Mode Crawfor has sold his farmc in Madison county and moved to his property near Brodhead lalter iriirT in i asvm ed from nll BFodhead to this place aim is occu pying the Geo McCoy property Mr and Mrs Tyree Gentry alter a visit to relatives here and inJ Pulaski returned to Lebanon Junction trfsAay Rev Gates ot Livitigsloi preached at the Baptist church Sat urday nijrhi and Sunday He and Mrs Gates were guests of Rev and Mrs J C Carmical Will Tones who is in the service of the U S Navy headqnartes al Brooklyn NY is at humeuna visit to his mother Wilfis a filleI boy and with much peasure we can refer to him as oue of Rock castles noblest sons Freeman Johnson one of the pushing boys who is working his CcdiegViate Institute went home to Pine Hill first of last week with a case of measles Freeman is ti fine boy and will be heard from LOCAL The citizens of East Bernstadt ijproposfd IweHouk Adams The family of Thomas Taylor who died Tuesday morning requests VerImany vorsdone them during his sickness The town trustees are working for the advancement and improe merit of the town This work the y are doing without fee or remunera tion except the benefits that acrue to all concerned Stand by them and give your encouragement for isnprovemeuts laworder aud Jus- tIce to a ACARD OF THASTKS rlr wish to thank the good pe pie of Livingston and vicniilv f- thelrkindnessstlon ir n me during my wiles sickness and most esp e c HyfrA NBently and Mrs John CarterLfor their beautiful r wnrds and prayers at the grave 5ard W M OWENS I r I We want to urge every body owing us to please call and 5estle at once We had to pay for the forbyou to pay us Houk Adams W J Sparks and Gus Staverson will put up a mill near Sparks quar coopertagesuied h Mr Sparks for matittgJ lime Lai eels Mr W J Sparks is considering putting in a cement plant at lull HnsStalion He has not as yet fully decided what he will do but it is ip be hoped that he will start the inlerprir 1CHEAP RATnsr= Tire L S N will sell tickets to Bowling Green Feb iS2iliirit Feb 22nd for S5 75 round trip account of tie- State Convention Young IeltsI Christian Association Dick Welsh has charge of a crew NisloPjnnloose rock from the deep cuts be twt en Jcllico and Louisville 101j stet IIan cl end Dennis to are two of the cwITwo petitions signed by a large number of our citizens irrespective of party affiliations were forwarded ISIIposition as pension agent for Ken lucky We again desire to call the at lention of our readers that alt no tices ova business nature card of thanks obituaries etc are charged at the rate of 5 cents per live 0 the future all notices of suchi nature expected free of cost will not be published 1t1 The following special front Wil 1iam burg says A trust and bintiing company has been organ ized here with a capital 50000 Dr E S Moss toCkofl L Moore of this place and of London are the to 11111ribrghi ivjnring i11alch jst for Wil11siou have a farm or town pro pert of any kind you wish sold or rented report same to the Rockh Real Estate Co who will be ghdto look after it for you InjR case a sale is made a small com ty mission will be charged and if no jlSItheed When in town drop in and one of our contracts K S ALBRIGHT Gcnl Mngr SIGNAL Office 1Dort hang back and sa y what town trustees should do or not but come up iu their meetings Ido make your suggestions You will get allshe attention and prui per treafment and jour ideas mayf prevail if it is proper and correct hut it will rereive no attention if uttered on the streets andother places because such talk ordinarily amounts to nothing Meet with the Board if you have any sugges tions that would be of any benefit to the business and its to be business from the word oItRockcastle is making a showing in young men in Meg raphy Mt Vernon under tuition of Mr Landrum the railroad agent hero has turned out some mighty furtare Minor Fish Clarence Ferguson James Proctor Oscar Bryant etc Its no lazy mans job every one of them had to work and work hard Lloyd Mar t is now the chief as sistant at depot arid is working hard for success Mr Landrum says he willet there The SIG tax wishessuccess to the boys Thomas Taylor age about 50 died Tuesday morning of Pneumo nia fever About a month ago he was taken sick and for several days it was a hard sttuggle between life and death but he soon began to get better and gpto about the y about i idnckle was suddenly taken worse and soon became un conscious from which he never did rally While it is Known that ate something that gave him th sueomie as to what it was but the general supposition is that it tva catsup as he was very fond of and alar e jar half full was sittin in the room wheje lie was Th burial took place Wednesday at the Taylor burying ground t r w Miss Bessie Mullins of Lang ford died Saturday of consumption u and was buried in the cemetery here Sunday She was niece of AirTack Langford COLLEGE NOTES One of the best entertainments season will he given by Mr ohn Ed Pearce at the College chapel Monday evening Feb 8th This entertainment will he profuse songIaccompaniments Mr Pearce bears the reputation of being excellent young man and comes with the best of testimonial as to his musical skill Great audiences in Wash deliKbirdIwith his entertainments aiid the press has unsoHcUed given must rccomliplislme mnsician and as an entertainer Ifj will be rememuertd by many Mr Pearce was formerly a resident of Mt Vernos The students are making very commc ulabla efforts have a full house on that occa sion The receipts will be applied toward the libry and also toward securing good lights for the chapel The prospect is for several new There are more than 100 alreadyIlerpiising citizens which seems toI mark a new era of advancement our educational interests Whereas the faculty aud the authorities- of Mt Verron Collegiate Institute have d to the trustees ol disltritif they will concur in the forma of a graded school to be con solidated with Me Vernon Col legiate Institute and to include theI territory lying within two and half miles of Mt Vernon that the Collegiate Institute will then offer all the pupils within this dis a thorough training in the School and Collegiate free of charge with the agreement that the graded school year shall be the same length as thatof the college VtzrTTj Trmurilsv And whereas this is an excellent opportunity to secure the best educational facilities free and at anito set in motion those forces which will certainly work ITherefore proposition and favor proceeding the formation of the bination Graded drooland College raidI residentsnon an educational center of high grade and consequently much ought after The indications are- very favorable Many of our citi greatestIfonvaid stride made in this region several decades rLIYIXGSTOX J C Hocker is at horue again Doc Oliver was at Pine Hill Sun day t Jeff Bowman of Danville wasiu town Tuesday F Thompson of Mt Vernon was here Tuesday Hon Samuel Ward is in Corhin- on important huffiness Smiling Dave Jackson of Lon don was here Wednesday Mrs Jessie Reller returned hem from Louisville Sunday afternoon Mrs John S Cooper and Archie Cooper are in Louisville thisweek Little Gertrude Howell and Ir vine Chewning are on the sick list Rev F P and Mrs Gates spen Saturday and Sunday in Mt Ver non Mrs Will Cottongim and chi dren are visiting relatives in Pine Hill Mr and Mrs Dave Argenbright have returned from a visit to Lodi ville Mrs Dee Bryant and children have returned home from Level Green Mrs John Children of Orlando is the guest of her sun Dr W Childress and family Haeb are on the road to recovery venesr Ints DoveCarpenter d Saturday afternoon by the Rev F P Gates rF- f r enrtertained the Ward and Stanley families with a dinner warty in honor of the birthday anniversary of Will Ward- Mesdares j Martha Brown of Quail Mary Payne and rda Doane ofAltaraonlaud Steve Carson and wife of Jellico are here on Account thdrIA mail hut approciative audi ence was out Saturday night to hear the Iglenied Adams family in their enleitaujuifn cot sitrucj onKc nttsiIt ri te ittnctBy rti inc5l the cuurinv lniht still 61CEonholyIbetcstdite ChiiMtan church 1 PINE HILL Mr Lee Che tnt is Trith Trends htTfJ aty You tgwett to Grays nie McHargve went to Mt Vernon Tuesday Mr L J Jarrett was here Wednesday culling staves Mr Mayhan the drummer paid our little town a call last week Mrs Ja s McHargue of Orlando was with relatives here last week We are glad to note that Mrs Charlie McHargue is now improv S Mr Win S3iupson was with his parents last week for the first time for Misses mauytj1 nthsIBevy were from schoolat Mt Vernon over SundayKMr John Hall is up from Livingston to see his grandparents Mr and Mrs Reynold Messrs Harry Houston and two catchers of Hazel Patch were here Sunday on business Mr and Mrs George Pike of Lebanon spent a week with Mrs Cox returning home last week Miss Nettie Stallworth returned- to Lebanon last Friday after a brief visit with homefolks here MrsTroutraan and two sous re rutnett iW1 1Tk oIeniiafar a weeks jitav pvith Hrs Nancy Me Hargue Claud Cartiou of Jellico ITenn and Mrs John Mullins of Cove are the guests of their moth RutherfordI is home Mr n n Mullins are keeping him company Alex Frost and little datigh IMrs spent several days last witll the formers daughter Mrs Geo ChSldress returning to Grays on Monday A good many of our people went to Mt Vejrnon Monday on busi ness among whom were Messrs Gilmore Reynolds Cox Eliza Mc Hargue and Master Foster Bery Rev Chas R Hunt of Mt Vcr non filled his regular appointment here Sunday Many here wish that each month had five Sundays so that we may hear a sermon from Dr Hunt the oftener GUM SULPHUR The sick reported last week are still improving Mr Matt Hoskinsof Copper creek has a sick child MrV iJ Bailey will move into bis new store this week Mrs Andes of Altamont is JolieseMiss Ella Bailey has returned from a visit to relativessit Pineville Miss r Jone of Crab Orchard is here visiting her father Mr F J Jores Robertts a to s in LancasterMr Testerraan of Crab Ycall11i motte on theL N railroad Weiad Jive new ones to move in last week oESCAPED AN AWFUL FATE Mr H Haggins of Melbourne Fla writes Mv wotor toW me notbinJnie was given up to die The offer of a free trial iscout ery itse to try it tesultswerestart1inr I amnotqon the toad to iccover and otceallto Dr Kings New Dts lifeiethroat and long diseases by all druggists 1 rj e10 and 100 Trial bottles free y t c Great Slaughter OF PRICES =HOOK RAMS CLOSING OUTj SAlE IWE thank our patrons and friends for all past favors and invite all GreatIOur Stock ofeverything is- complete and we will offer BARGAINS in all lines such as were never heard of ofereb The Very Best foods The Very Lowest Prices njT CfP PjRTU1 llafiprded thb Prospector Home seeker or Tourist account of the l very low Colonist and Homeseek er rates to points in Arkansas Tex as Indiana and Oklahoma Territories Missouri Kansas Nebraska Colorado aud the great Western States via Missouri Pacific Rail way or Iron Mountain Route froif i 5t7otftsDrD3emphis wtChrtp Colonist rates to California and the t15thfirst and third Tuesdays of each month Colonist and Homeseeker rates to certain territory in the j West anti Southwest Liberal limit and stopover privileges for Houie n1ma1rates map folders descriptive liter TicketlAgeut RI G MATYHKWS T P A Room 202 Equitable Bldg- Louisville Kyi ANEARLY RISER A strong healthy active constitution depends largely on the condition of the liverThe famous little pills known as DcWitts Little Early Risers not only cleanse the tbeaciIsue supporting that orpan Little Early Risers ire easy to act they never gripe and yet they are absn lately certain ta produce result5 i that are satisfactory in all cass Sold by Chas C Davis druggist tAThe chops on which we Were from that lamb I know Jers1Dieters first prescribed 1Ayct 43 rry Pectoral over t They use It today hheY- Pectoral I c rely upon bronchitis t for colds coughs consumption JThey will tell you how it heats inflamed lungs I lIaa very cough for three years l etonL atYdas PSAUI HYDrGthrll Ctatw 1o ftOOr c ATnco MttinMMBH fOr HMWBMMM Old Coughs I One AyW B wt INatwnr- Rantrtft lt a01Nf nat mltnr t We Wanf- Money andre will sell you goods at actuat COSTFOR CASH Houk Adams Phone 75 l It Vernon Ky Ray CoaF7- ShipstuffandSalt always on hand Highest Market price for Country produceOld wanted All COOdS Exchanged Or 1 Money Refunded r PRESCRiPTION VERY dfnggist says thatIhis drngs are pure Every drng subIery rng 8t says that he does not use inferior jr adulterated drugs li VeryYffI 5VVV1r sdiiurjrist ssiyp jfcHat i floes ae io thereIanybody lset we in iit vite you to bring your prescrip ofrt you get In our store and notice the way everything youIChas C Davis f KyVVL WILLIS GRIFFINPractical Undertlcer and FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Ky Stnrl l FINE HEAttSE Attache tympme iurnigh MetoUc Caskets 3nd11v8 DOUcethave not got can get for you oia firs tram that leave the city ORDERS by wire Promptly Filled Phone No 63 rf The World All Knows r r The Louisville Henderson and St Louis Railway the always popular Henderson Route is the Worlds Fair LineIf yoi have a trip invhwto Eransville 5t Louis or to any point in the West or Southwest ttASK US FOR RATES Ask Us FInt there are reduced rates in effect on account of IIf occasions Home Seekers or Colon sta Ex we havethein- E GARRETTthtY r A tfkrFLIL JRWlli General Passenger eotj Louisville Kentucky a i THE HUNTERS MONTH TftIfh or Lnrge Game nefatr SblpP4 tu the CHles Krleudly Camera Protect Wild Life For a great part of the country the hunting season has opened In a little while one will to see in the papers Thfiguressame shipped from each station on cer rata railroads which reach the big woods Jo sensitive persons says the Youth Companion the numbers are appallirg k and the sights In the baggage cars would carcaseYs and of an occasional moose are Idled one above another almost to tbo belpassage adequate same laws the conditions wer worse Deer were shipped by tbj i schooner load from Maine to Boston apd birds by the barrel There are stilt tno many far too ninny hilled hut tV number te lessoning Nature study in the rchools and th manufacture of gccJ cameras wbcli can stiid at a ins price have rono ranch to protect the lives of animals Those stories of the woods which siv wild aniirois the attributes and feeling aIre poor they are not bad rec r I 1 lo ae tcn r co and encourage an altruistic marina tion ToknoRlhewoodchuckhitJr e ly robs one of the desire to make a tat ret of him and a stump or an empty can floes duty instead The camera grant pc that lore of the cbase which in Inherent in healthy young toyf anti men and tasters it without tie pain of killing OLD PUBLIC LIBRARIES nulo Sttznn KI ttre RonniIe I tan Jttor XoimRIt lnsaaluu or thrandUooks t ere Cmn yTFn Though it is the popular ide that rub lie iibrari s are of mot ern origin the re Is proof that thp AcploSaxor Hi England dwere disposed to errct htrt rnil works vera irouht front Irflcrd whore 3eencs had bsn much osrHer cultivated than In Great Britain Jut the Invasion of the NormaE s7c the Chicago Daily XTRS sloppso the s rcan libraries and ib first In Kjgjtd raftcr the conqutst w cstsMiFU ai Csfortl la nurham rrvr Trinity tout hi till thirteenth century by Richard Je BUIT who pnrnbasvd from to 45 vclrmce ri the abbot of St Aibans for pcvcds weight of silver Nefore list ts8 boots rcere kept hi chests and rot In a room styled a library At the end of the eve n eenth century there were only six pIbU libraries in Great Britain The Get clr dilating Jibrary was founded by Allan pliramong psople or Edinburgh So success ful were Ramsays efforts that It Is said that svlthlu 70 years nearly every town and large village possessed a library TIC luwnlaol Its first clrcuIatSnelibrsry In 1751 Abe next step was the fire Hfcrrrj J fin ri Chester possessing the first in ISSObfltfg lID1IltgIjIIAlIBITlOUS DUCK ahod BFatterAre Black Another freak In the egglavar line Is jU announced and while the par 1tIcular bird who is resporrtblefor if does her fame torest on fecucfiity 1ikrMrs McNallys hen the variety of e5gbthtEh6 lays Is something new 1 Jt41rLIIIIir black duck and site lays black eggs a 1 frsak of nature that has never been en countered before by the duck raisers of Rhode Island lirls aa ordinary sized ducks egg a Jsfadeep drab la color The color It Xsd in some places and the only light poi on the egg Is at the small cod xsi 21 eggisJ for it is said that she lute never laid any other kino of egg and that she would be much surprised if she ever laid a vhi roe w The egg was brought In by John H Montgomery a relative of Mr You and hs Is authority for the stateme that tho meat in It as good in a white eggrwtt In the liver Air y The sendingup of ifregistering fjinrtrumen upon kite at the Blue Hill observatory gear Boston has shown that a passenger during an excursion Sato the upper airwould need a variety of clothing Ifit chanced to be a normal summer day on the ground with the temperature at 72 degrees F and the breeze blowing freshly at 20 miles an hour ho would need to take his fn and mittens for by the time he had reached aa elevation of 11000 feet t thermometer would register nearly t degrees lower and the wind would be v blowing a hurricane Jmmlvatf have come i to his country This immigration hasp very peculiar character Until I the percentage of women was less San la but now It has increased to 39 This Indicates that tho immigration has a marked tendency to become permanent Mvtlt LIke rt Bird 7be lizardlike pterodactyl which had jaembranouB wings with a spread of 20 t cr Sect isthe pattern for the airahip f lYof Langley of the SmithsonIan 1 stituticc has built And recently test hncatisfactortly Rdticatirr Iu Meleo The peon child of Mexico may now pass irom his letters to the highest diplo- beq entirely At government expense andd government hopes shortly to make con3pancation compulsory l NEARLY FORFEITS HIS LIE A runaway almost euding fatally t started a horrible ulcer qu the lej s t L of B Oruer of Franklin Grove III For four years it defied all dtxtorsandall reinsdjes But Buck Jens Arnica Salve had uo trouble to cure kirn Equally goo- dburttsbruises for skin eruptions and = piles 259 ataUfdruggists t a PRIJT 13 FADED J IEXECUTED MEN HVE1 Grewsom Tale of Garroting Ezecu tion iii the Phiippnes J ree Mou 1ny for Crime of 3Itirdcri TJlelr Live AccordluK to Kcc ords Altlioosli Ttvo uf Tliein May Still Live for Yearn A recent issue of the Manila Times tells a grewsome tale of a execution which failed to hill some its victims The paper says Nch olas nci eta Daniel Verson Ancei Javier and Furstiuo Paschal murder ers were garroted at Amulung Ca 31jofficial su proIan official to do it Gubridge practiced with the grewsome machine which was a strangulation garrote and n one that dislocates the spinal column On the day set he had about perfected himself in its use There was some question as to the time that the victims should in tha machine The Spanish tradition was that Jt took eight minutes to cause jP1tir but that the bodies should be left in the machine four hours It was the Spanish boast that neither Spain nor In the Philippines had iii garroter ever bungled his horrible task After some hesitation it ws cided that eight minutes was all that was necessary to complete the work death and that the four hours was the length of timo the bodies should be posEd afterward ien taken from the machine the limp bodies still bound were laid upon the floor of the church of Amulung that the relatives might claim them and them away Dr Licena the prm inci surgeon certified to their death and the ju pAboutiilarj officers Capt Long senior tor of the province and Lieut Collins entered the church to see if the bona had been claimed They were borriuit to see upon the floor three bodies still In their winding cords but squirming and contorting in half conscious en deavors to release themselves Groans that sounded unearthly in the dim church came from their throats T of them seemed about returning to consciousness and the constabulary of ricers bending over them asked them in Spanish if there was anything they wanted The reply was in a husky harsh whispEr SI senor agiia Water and restoratives were ap ed freely the men unbound ard ortly they were able to be removed by their friends The fourth had already ben removed and was really dead One of the three has since died from the shock and exhaustion The remain g two at last reports were coma and may live for years to corn But it is written on the court records of their native province that they are deadhaving paid with their lives r t crimeofmurderThe w punish them again nor can it recognize their contin ued existence LIND BUT RUNS EXCHANGE 108 tomun SuestulJ OPCr- ntStvitchlonrdlistlugttislttl e Hell l y Their ToueN Mrs Emma Magcou Post of North English la is totally blind yet she suc cessfiilly manages the telephone ex change for the town and the surround ing country and has over subscrib ers on the lines she operates A striking feature of this remarkable exchange it its system of bell slgnnls Each lint if provided with a special bell of a peci itdotoard There are large bells small belt win bfrhheygsour inches long is soldered to each b lammer A cheat of square paper at ra1erlo be assistant operator who can see Th papnt1ntfMrsuliar tone but also the voices of hilL rests of men women ace children whoi ne serves She is a graduate of low olloge for the blind and was noted lat institution for quiet and retehth error BUILDS A CHINESE TOWER lnn ut the JlcIsrliinH cJm raUou Aiming His fcoIc Iiy HI Lntcit Fnnry heThe ting of the Belgians is having mans Chinese tower reerected in fretat Laeken The et rior is vtr cturesque with its monumental once Its numerous stairway a r atue of Achinez divinity allots fait he general staircase tends to a suit arlors crnamentEtl with lacquer pael zd CEdu wood carvings The glass of the wlnrlovs is cf a bit ue stint a mysterious Shadow to th terior Quantities of rare woods vr ufrclhe 1ncesfdInedrutted No one has aiswired It bu Japanese restaurant is going to be ji ailed there to whicl the public wi ave access by paying ID8Ja1 nnenc Xetx for AJtMknIOrders have recently for a supply of fishing nets fit laska valued at 30000 ECURED CONSUMPTION Mrs B W Evans ClearwaJer nickstated be had quick consumption Weprocured a bottle of Bollards Horehound and it cured him wassixyears ago and since then we always kept a bottle In lbs itfForo4t1eatf ssm i Ss sri Sssr0 Folks r to be told fire truth about r a Itin strenGth airtulit sealed pactace iusnirs clcaulinc3 trwl3 aes ned u =ltr lElection Agen That was a fine otsnch our candidate made on tl agricultural qneMuMi wnsiit it Iatrer BradyOhav it wasnt bidui a oujjle o nights uood raia would a done a sight mOTe gOPJd H a ve Y nu iVI acl NL p 0Your ilin w here You zlva nt toloHow about the nForSotuhwe FTO TIIEIVEST OR SOUTH WEST WJIV NOT 1IAYK YOUI TICKETS HEAD OVER THE HENDERSON ROUTE buttar r senlcc REE RECLINING C H A I eCARS ON ALL EZ hIbTRAINS BETWEEN KKN SedT LOUIS AXE THE llES AND SOUTA V EST The IInly line th t dusit voT11I5 LIKE IS RECOGS1ZED AS THE OFFICIAL 110CTE F 0 R IOI1O lIi13I FI TRAVEL U E T W E E S Ii EN TUCKY POINTS AM THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST Ctt the IriiJcrori lioiite habit OUXDTJnP HOMESEEK E R S AND ONEWAY COLO SIST RATES IN EFFECT ON 0eEACH 3IOXTH ratoijsjj s6rf4anifiitiftfj sfirst L J IR WIXIGrEO 1TravLOUISVIILK KyI =A LURE FOR ECZEMA Ri1aby had Eczema so bad that its hpad was a solid mass of scabs ftd its halt nil came out I tried many reined es but Hour s voted t1 ii any permanent god until I u td eV irt1Vitclt Hazel Salve Tin itstrerfectjr Witts Witch Hazel Sah e Frank Farmer muff City Ky In uuyinp VTitch Hazel Salve loot out ftr ounteifeits DeWitts is the orig n1and the ant one containii g pure Witch Haz1 The name 0 DeWitt S Co is on every EIoUl bv chap C Davis rIl 15r Presiderstlai fearI AND YOU MUST KEEP POSTED THE WATODO TIllS IS TO KEAJ TIm Weekl CouriarJoumalJ lenry Watts n Editor TWELVE PACKS ISSUED 1EVERY WEDNESDAYI 1100 A- VEAR REVENUE REFORM V fMORAL COURIER JOURNAL Issues the best ALMANAC published jj Send 35 cents for a copy C 1LOUlS a Special Arrangement you cani get the Jl Yernon ignali AND THE CoiirierJDarnali BOTH OXE YEAR FOR ONLY l50fiThis is for CASH TIONS only Uh ri PtJonsIunder this combmatidn must besetlt through SIGYAL office rYr Hc i PnQoII1 1rtrnrlof politifrtl event as they af fret tilt inietests of the two fcat parties cud not fail 10 be 1111J1CS ted with The remarkable nnninitv of feel n jj jitid entiineiil mnti Ise eding nrtSr1rsof th tUll tt some ot tile d tnt St If rt promt Ij At toy tn hn ic psty air if u s cad HdOjann should r 4C1 s ilIIIlIr T cited is tie n4 1n Democratic pat hI h fut ivssiind u vnJ d r itrTwice has it coiffrud 111H y n the pIt Icgo ol iiii g p rllltiaIcamp ign Injj hrs s own cholsug a d ntiuu pulicio hip own making each time r Mil iisM ill di aste r and liftat tnd it is Inn optu iivitation to a reeHII lihtTfu to insist uputi ret ini jj IIdadotJn jrancv lno e Ptthtlc ltd cleans that have a ready proven softt us d latal While the Democrit is frank- enough t admit of us admiasionl for the great Nebraskan an admi ation born of the sublime courage cche has displayed against great odd for his devotion to principle and consistent advocacy of pro a policies and the deennimd fi1t he mad fr what he bdieved he sigh ii is also fra k n uh to state tint it hIJ in h thtr re yard the DemiKTtfc hurry self which mu t ris anJ 11111u r r Itbr indtvidnaN The Dtnvciat inrther h htrsu d n in tt Uis iiemejit in a1trllIes ard sn fury ih t n d r Ttr the psrt wdat th am t me irIlTeIt ttittdt pe mi ch 1lS fur MicceSs III h f pt 11 Ilki tioiiil stsjaagl it M Ba d isiiiittiiaJ c s In tIojcnittui iitd dn ixit he Uu critic Ctiveiuio ciled to meet St Louts and rtitaui ftum tr atI dc1Ithe caret convenrion may do there is a uide pread demand throughout the country that it theatIeIeadtrohpsfatalalliances land calamitous campaigns W P Walton in Lexington Democrat FIGHTeAiTifriaras cdr by nbiid could Uac Ctiiatda Hoiehuiind S rupII will Secure you sound steep and lsect a prompt aul radical curt 25c jot and 100 bottle at Chas C Davis drugtone There dicMit stebe mucIwarmh to hi r vI ce No they said it had such a gUll range 100 DayTakelts All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure W Groves sig nature is on each box 25c mar 20Lvr When a man begins to edit the Bible to suit himself siys the Chicago Tribune it is time to audit his accounts to protect yourself 1 JCjfffht IBloodIFeed pale girls on Scotts We do not need to give al the reasons r why Scotts Emulsion restores the strength and flesh and color of good health to those who suffer from sick blood The fact that it is the best preparation of Cod Liver Oi1t rich in nutrition full of healthy stimulation is a suggestion as to why it does what it does Scotts Emulsion presents Cod Liver Oilat its best in strength least in Young women in then teens are permanentlycured of the peculiar disease of the bloodwhich shows itself in palenesswcalItessandnentous hess by regular treatment with Scotts Emulsion- It is a true blood food and naturally reta ted to the cure the blood sickness from lidiSO many young women suffer = L JWec jsmple to any sufferer ne sate that tislictueillI- hr term a tact the ciEmufrto SCOTT BQWNE- Chemists 409 Pearl St New Ywk 1 r r Yi r v i IAiY tomcr r hci Wit r7 t sail Snatch has been in r e signature of pera cie vc you butan J en liiijcr the health of 5yeaajjaiiist Experiment t St see ORIAL j c4 rii s c Hiistltntc for Castor Oil Pargm uiirl Syrups It is Pleasant It catlttit Kia JSIorpliihc ubraother Narcotic siiljstuistc r is Its jjiiaratitcc It destroys worlns and alls s r a Hess It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It rUvcw TatlItg Troubles iies Constipation and Fiatnlcucy It ashiiiiilates the Food regulates the sleepThoQI r O11JodoJf F roRp A rWAYS 1t nl = tup i jr 74 nr CooJ if I j O AIy f The Kind You i F Bough In Use For If rs tteecareneoneatrs Ii i IFR GA LTCKand WEST BADEN Springs In the highlands e Indroaa two hour ride from Louisville then flw wnndrriul haling watets that voud spend hundreds ot EuropeA fllrmerhwnt to toEuropeotllortunitiestion are ninth finer at French LickWest Brden Spr UK and tit geiulrman is a n tiv2 ot Switzirlini thtlehiJrhlandsor rides and drives a o sr it r u iu paths a d road andquiftwhileatthemeat a id social jii itiiire ponsib e a tb aost fusbionablo n so- rtsONTHEMONONROUTE j watersHotelE H BACON D P A Louisville Ky MemphisfirstFor oneYay tickets = plusround 200 in Missouri Territories1VrteTZjoComn IWt rnssfiid throw traTn in T Trjrqnlpped with toe most mNCr comrttabic res These mOos mate galeS and direct eonnectlens fr ot the Great Southwest ofrTitter Tars a Cawrra L O SCHAEFER Traveling Pcrsenger Agent Cincinnati O E VQ 3SAUKE General Pass end Ticket Agt St Louts M- ItisepIlls They temporarily cure constip tlonrby agitating bowel be secured until the liver- scretc ccsturala e 1f1 Caaililt to lnattainr rs Ott the I j1 Chills l p and Fever and every form of b n J Malarial Billows Remitting and Inter nutting Fevers and by goIng to the seat of the trouble works permanent cure FlrTY CENTS PER DOTTLi At Chas C Davis Drugstore JJ THEBPRDFM VERNON MT VERNON KY DzguoJ CAPITAL STOCK 15000 cc WILLIAMS PRKS JAS T ADAMS VICE PRrs W 14RICHARDS CASHIER A B FURNISH ASST CASH h FirSWe solicit accounts of firms and individuals Caretul alter tion is given collections entrusted to us- aOur friends and patrons arP invited tocall when in town Phone No 55 fV u j t t r IT A rTORN AYA i1A IT VHRSON K- 1tirOFF1tE t 12a H- lu BdIIF of ill VCIJtJJ II l Uil it Phone yo 3t MLIlEI alIT VJK h Rs1 OFFICE lEtMarthe C C K ultsIresident e PHONK No 73 fit U it iftf at FlJfifelt 1iO1 IAYIIder t oon J c rltAH r Undertaker En baIrrkz Ifmplete I IXEofk18 uhes cue deis bv IVlqhopo attend td rUlll oJ tttttferej t iii r I t JOSEPH COFFEY PROP ton Ivy pet it d foi traxeiii ne n t n on first fiinn lithrcr JTer to gut- RAt 52 t1 dt l r rl r Sj t r u u ks pcio 1ffh 271 W M Fran iBCt MdXrvFXTAL ttORKji adt lt f trcr ttln9 tt II d Tunil Mono tLL ORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVEN Frifh Pofef BRODHEAD KY GEORGE JETER Psop Headquarters for Traveling Men Good Sample Room Livery Attached The patronage ol Rockcastle citizens speclall desired Aiiiler House TtJIHeadquarters for Commercial Men Porter st all trains MT VERNt N DIRECTORY ICC CRT CA Ljq R VULNTX ifV Ihlll iqt- fit in rl h nlnt QP4RTikL CltST 1ti 1t tI I tlll h v rtl 1 t t lit tt truer Four Monday t an Tiiird Monday iu Sep n tr r i Soft Iotici CorvT h d Miitnn IP ewrt a ontb CHtr- tt hnrrhPreaefc i HJ t la Vljw1 ftSi rThJlUIIIIUallr nilfa ty1tbbtltilaturdayPrttytreerier uiii1C Wfla1Ke140lIEErsat2 pla MACCABEES 50 T ITaXTN jt mecu nny In id trd Monday at 730 pra JA EBOU C CIAb C DAVie S n