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Established 1887 XVII MT IvY 19 jI 1li1 i 1 g04 = J11iJi d ili J1 iVrOLUME VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 1904r 21IIIFerfinzer ds rJ BssftU ChiMed Plows and repairs all at low prices 3fi PO th yir ova your house rome tndnt fin H plt oi silot v Vie Year t93 li LUcud passed and je are well f- csitisnYd with our trade dt ring that year but our trade lis year and to make it better in 1904 than ever before we will give n Beautiful Picture Frame to our cash customers at the end of each month So call up Phone No 87 will be on KK0 IvY r C atal Ttltfi AN1rliilP l llhut ii llsl1rg jhr If VI Luc f ioliJIe gryerhagster at 373 Pe iuudtedCrntbrana Democrat Uiiiii pl ni c irii too earls for hr 211 My we Will ve aI fjcsi that wilt hue cver th J1says a weather prophet in the Fal iaru h POIlHeonianiW J o Eeuj Henry 18000 pounds t to bacco at t o nts Ned Gill spin 7000 poundsat 9J6c Joe AKvon naughhay 10000 pounds at i an 2 cts W T Clark 12000 pounds at Is and 2cts CarlisleMevur Foe wheat crop in Boyle oun ty said afanner yesterday will lw a compkte fa lure Tlrecrop thus realwith not m ke hIfwbat teas expected The incessant cold wethr on the grain has anus uiin d it ardruch o it wit be uiz 5l s patiin1 the coatis pnia 1iiville Advocate The P Kuinckni rr ports t es lrof t pks r blows Hoe4 Squ c ms g 8 to 1 40 sow ad pig SH to 40 small sh ais 2 60 to 53 55 100 shocks 0I com in field 52 23 per shock i small stack of oats 25 stuck sugar cane 20 50 chicker hns48 cents each geese Teach And that f Dr Wm Kenney as follow Horses 35 to 77 50 Shorthorns 25 to 55 bull So ur df hiftr ilve SS to 13 eer calve 9 t7m chwe f36 51SIiswotd eves 6 South downs 5 25 to 8 50 Winches tt r ttnThe Lexington Herald IIflt3 the hollowing prices at the sale of J S Randjph on the Walnut Hill an Chleslturg pike Wednesday pair of work mates sold fur 280 horses 100 cows 40 weanling s 3 05 3 15 per e farm of 6y acres which cost 70 per acre two ears ago was sold itGeo Reedof that county 95 25 per acre Will McKinney formerly of this county was the contending bidder at 95 per acre Charles Caldwell of Boyle county bought at the Kansas City Stock Yards lot iosoft cattle for3 65 per cwt At the Vander hilt sale of Berkshire hogs last week 67 brought an average price of17e 70 The highest price was 500 for a sow Winchester Dew ocrat MYSTERIOUS CIRCUMSTANI ES One was pale pale a sallor and the other fresh and rosy Whence the difference She who is flush ing with health uses Dr kings New Life Pills to maintain it By gently arousing the organs they compel good digestion and head offconstipation Try the m Only 25c at all druggists The only large cities that ha rot a large German a Toston wit0less than 5 per cent Germans and Washington DC wi h1pfr cent 1i r 1 13 FADED PAP 1rE i i 4 2 trA z ni f J onull i1jl11 AflS per Hundred tbs Hundredj musthavebuying beengllJwingelCh andwe delighted to wait yo- uKRUEGERSONSMT mUleO1Inn lazy population 1111 ARGASNK- RUEGER50NS QUAIL iA in Howti IU of Green Miir an a hie loi 3I2- 5rrEld Martin Owens attended couit at Mt Veruon the first of theweek This the wesiern end of the eOlUtIDr D K Proctor has bttn ap GtrfbeIdinU tiTw Brown continues anon thesaineMat Miller is improving rThere is g great deal u a ickness such f1feverSamtMcKintiey 2 iioolb steers a 6totsters at 3C Also of Perry Hays headgHenrj Catron dud J B Cum in ins sw pped farms Mr Catron swapping the Tom Brown harm t Air Cummins So Mr Ctimmins iuty a citizen of this locality The ItJORLDS send the gunboatcruiser Portia to St Louis Nevada county Calwillsend 100 tons of ores as her mineral ex hihit m the Mines and Metallurgy Building Ac tin f prcUs jintjgets will lx ixhbitid in the Alaskan building It will include the big nugeets from Anvil creek the IAn = jCit found in Alaska Petersburg Indiana will fenda feeAt block was taken from the Killian- mine and weighs threetons CANCER CURED Mr W W Prickett SJ1tith2 ILL writes Sept Qt yearfon my gave me great annoyance and bearable itching I was using P lards Snow Liniment for a sore leg and throughan accident rubbed some of theliniment on th cancer and as it gave me almost stant relief I decided to contin to use the liniment on the cance In a short time the cancer come out and my face healedup and there is not the slightest scar left Ibaei- mplicit faith the merits of this proparation and it cannot be too highly recommended 250 SOC and 100 at Chas C Davis drug store I dont think your friend Ri will like your review ofhis book J said the literary editors assistant especially wbatyousaidaboutthe plotWhy lsaidtbeplotwasaIF propriate anti lYes but the intelligent ty prerMS Julia CavinfrbfLaCrosse IWisdi d tit the ajReof 102 ICTURE I3 I TCAN Judge Martin L Jarvis ablejlIstJUdgejIwas spnt a a teacher adllalk being admitted to the bar in 1890 In 1894 he was hilliselfiandJOHN D CARROLL 0 A CANDIDATE FOR APPELLAT JUDGE OF THIS DISTRICT treNewoCastle one of the best known law yers in tho State has announced as a candidate for Appellate Judge in this District subject to the action fof the Democratic party Mr Car friendseebpeclaUylttstheJegaii timelIHechas held several offices of trust and honor and in all of them acquitted- hlmstlf with credit When quite 9 young man he served two terms in the legislature Jsa member Ilofthe CoristttulionaICouventioJI to eou1formyears chairman of the DemocralicI State Central dfathatyare in use may e found in the office of even thf Slate A man of high in egrity great industry with an ex ieiisive and ccurae knoxvledgcuf he law and in the prime of life bis large circle of frierTds believe be would make a splentlid judge Trimble Democrat WEAK AND LOWSPIRITED A c urePihis recommend Heroine as a indigesdsour taste headachermtals dis tr Uessingauniqual e cases sut has mine d PeIo spendinng thingsue anrd so soc a at Chas Davis drugstore JohnnyPa what are the seven wonders of the world PaOneof them is why it i thatso few men are killed by running into the hatpins that the wo iften project into space and the hightuinterclatter I dont remember the other five I reckon you wont believe m1 keaFrmerHayrb but old be rooster what jtst crow L is moren 20 years oldIOh I be rePliled the summer boarder and Titm also willing to believe that theo hen we cad for dinner was raudmotlier FADED d ADJOINING COUNTIES Mr Felix G Fox the Mjykaowu Danville lawyer diedof heat ouble Friday nightI Frank Baker of Versailles and Miss Margaiet Burnsirff of Bar bouryille were married list week R C Ford of Middle oro wa mong those who went lost Loui as a u sti the ke trot a LegIs latuier mjiiJi v r toIpiesIchurhlIdent of Central Unix e a meeting of the Board of Tipstew al- takelchargeAfter a long fight with disease of the kidneys Mr James Waddle aged 76diedat his home in th South End He was a much be ved citizen oue of the numerous mily of Waddles of the count and cltySomersetournaJ Mr L C Rucker of paint Lidk strQueen and Cresceut operator wh 1feredfor the arrest and conviction of the guilty parties making the total reI ward 1550 J The selection of Dr William L McEwan for President of Central University b theTiustees of that institution on yestberday is con Drtilclawael nca a Kent kiananda graduate of the niversity Tho most of htstf btsIetions the progressiveness and push andIsocwell known to need any comment land those acquainted with him sa that his is all that soul be desitedDanville News RELIEF IN ONE MINUrEI One Minute Cough Cure gives reliefinbne minute because if kills the microbe which tickles the mu gitphlegm draws out the inflamatlon and heals and soothes the affected parts One Minute Cough Cuie strengthens toe lungs wards pff Roeumoniaand15a harmless and never faijing cure iu all curable cases of coiighsi colds and croup O1eMiuteCoug 1 Cure is pleas auitoialenarmlessaodgoodalitieis tC Davis the dniggist j z t I h ir J ir O I L1flhtowi 1CCS 4t1 i i n o Hie O Ic201I Iv20 5 Mc AX G x gI fJVL j 5 r 5 a G c vy v Set ourSr StaplecrOCA and Coffeecents We vvill alts anProcht ce hides YO a v L H Cent POLITICIASI IA to Senator Hanna be by the Ohio Legisla lure now in session Satisfied that his election was secured by fraud Shafroth of Colorado in the House iVscontestantsPresident Roosevelt announced tDukeNational Park to the hat Josiah Patterson of Memphis jTenu thrCotnutathuea call this week for a1 iueetuig of the com miltee 40 uamc the time for tbe tat convention Either Louisville orj thtplace of meeting At raasstneeting of the Dem evereadopted protesting against the bull heron the Legislature districtYsage of the measure will breed rife and discord aiuougr theDem assesut district Toe House Saturday by of 52 to 28 passed the bill a new circuit court district tofl the counties of Breathitt Magoffii oitbeatn d Thac part of the opposition ame froni the side cause the iiew district will Le hI Presenet Breathitt district is normally Re publican J cumbent is a Democrat and the iuan0thcer district from Breatlntt He is a resident of still county and it ailYa wtobe Republican The counties of Jackson and Owsley are taken from Faulknedr leaVi niLeSlieJClay La and Knott This also is n1from stets and ask H larttujTdtn1oyou thinic youltgdL it Harry Well l gin cerianlfat T wpntget the old htnus foot Published For Ladies 250 and 275 Shoes made of the very best Kid All sizes For Ladies sr Jo andI 75 Shoes choice of 100 pairs sizes and widths For Mens 150 work Values on A bestIkinds of Snoes at very lov2r1cesY JA Every BranS Best Calico cents Yard 0 x7 rWMensand Boys i Cost Suits IJ7w T7 1L ONTIiAILto Groceries 1a JAVA Mdse- Livingston Kv successor elected Congressman succeed andijjlace redistricting nvOieI greater Republican tita ureJI all line ES ITE31S Fire at Oswego N Y destroyed property worth 1000000 Property worth 10000 was de stroyedby fire at Bowling Green China issued a proclamation of iaulwar1Russian warships are reported to have sunk a Japanese mercha- nvessel t T1iilrIII locoeof winch 56500 are i n Europe thee neutrality the United States in the RussoJapanese War JM Hill one of the fire sur- vivr r Jnfih buthroSan Jacinto IS leSdrtAutin Texas The Virginia Military Institute of LexltigtouVa willsend 280 cadets t6 the World c Hair Companrand the Georgetown and Lexington Traction Company operating elec tric lines put of Lexington have effected a consolidation with a capiral stock pf 750000 Only fireproof buildings will b ofibeginshhecfbe re UrtedTwo insuranct cpm ponies have offered to loan 2500 ooo for rebuilding The GermahvGoverument has is sued a proclamation of neutrality in the Rus Japanese War It is stated however that Gel manys sentiment is favorable to the pre dominance Rusiia in China as against that of Japan The banks of Baltimore have re sunned business The main streets f the fire district have been clear ed and many property owners bare signed cbntiacts for rebuilding The Pope sent a message of sym pathy through the apostolic dele gate in Washington GOLDI years nerv of Lancaster NH No remedy Electtricgood than allshe medicines I ever used They have also kept my wife in excellent health for years She Electric Hitters are just splendid for female troubles that they are a grand tonic and itivigor ator for weak run down women No other medicine can take its place in our family Try them Only 500 with a guaranteed satisfaction tiolrl bvall tiruilit I i a in ative r Tom 1JI tieirt IIpwt ra ttc1 IT sigMttnrt w III Every tFriday Vici Shoes earth large DAVIS 70 Cum Cold One Day Tax tnoQ1I The insurance men who met in Baltimore estimated the loss at 125600000 againstxoooooooo irto 300000000 made by newspa- pEr a short time after the fire Other conservative estimates make the loss still lower or not exceed ing that of Boston which was 80 Chicagofiresurance companies were forced to the wall by the Chicago fire but 5 chcompanies are stronger and 2 ibetter managed than those andnot much fear of failures is felt as are suit of the Baltimore fire In a remote settlement known as Culvertou beyond the Beech JasCuher Ayearsnoted for its longevity and hardi CultjerhlSdWe1t is in full possession of all his facul ties as well as the most perfect health His physical strength is something marvelous bud is able to perform as much work stn a agee V the Merchants Na opensover two million dollars in cash taken out and removed to a place of safely Securities valued at over five million dollars were also taken from other vaults to gather with considerable cash gotIRREMEDi in stock we will send you two bottles by express charges prepaid for 100 Remember this REMEDY fs guaranteed to cure Mention this paper when writing AP7 7 IIIIIIIII 1 OR svr7w I MT VERNON SJGNAL FRIDAY FEBRUARY 19 1904 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE flU J Adlcri ing talcs made known an application lION D L MOORE 11ICtrros3ii GGiil 5Jt subject to the action of the nrnestlI= = r v ixTiiHViEW itt Louisville r1rcd5buhas not iwicc voted tor McKinley is a Democrat I am no longer a Democrat Nevertheless I brlie tiu Kentucky klcganoii to next National Democratic Conven tion will be instructed not to vi for any man as the parlys oindi date for President who is not w ling to say he uHl h elected name Mr Bryan as Iris Attorney General or as Secretary of the Treasury For I hold that all the prosperity is due to Mr Bryans campaign of 1806 which compelled the Repnb i lCk1 to increac the curreuc3 per capita from iS to p1he pur pose of this proposition to put Mr A Bryan in the cabinet is to test till sincerity of the reorganizers who say they are as much opposed to trusts and the money power as i Mr Bryan Maybe if it is not con venieni to make Mr Bryan o ties of the Cabinet officers that there i nevull of our nev end recent acquisitions J TH Hon Marcus A Hanna United States Senator from Ohio died at 640 oclock Monday even i lug in his aparlmeuls at the Arling i ton IIQe1 V1shin to1tnferJn j ii t I t1 Id fever During the two days pre vious life had been kept in Senator Ifoumrs body onI by the use of powerful stimulants A public funeral service was held in ibeScn ate chamber at noon Wednesday after which the body was taken toT Cleveland for the final senices and interment In the death of S tor Hanna this country loses naf of its greatest statesmen and whose place it will be hard to fill A STAKK correspondent of the Brooklyn Eagle writing from Lit tie Rock on the hts been William J Bryan and the would be William1on R Hearst contrasts thin as The one all money and The other 1 ralsi Now the question is wjilcliliskwbkt The derncrat r r h e ii as iia1ufluooLJsrr Bryan amfito xc1Iaflge lim for sliv Zlr2r 7 wouldbc like trading the ddiYfor the wit b SCRAPS myDyoll Can you give me no hope Rinnan None whatever Im jjoiajr to marry you 15jand 17 collars Hes better t than most editor who sometimes have Jtd sometimes abIt may not be tne richest gifthThat romes with e tButThe worM keeps thinking of H Yes it was so rough the cap 1 dtuiiuAnd what did you do Why I thought it best to heave too t1tabIe5doesigbrtI dont think it belongs to any family I think its a rank h otitidersimoiguousulhave a parrot at r at home that repeats every word I i thWhatulated Cynicus r Shetstlie a business woman He Yes SteWltat business is she bite jested in as He Everybodys ShiuervouslyOh clear Im sure tliercsa tbunderptorm coming up 4 r He Good We neednt worry 1Or ias Jonpfas it doesnt come dovn Parsifal liaslbeej dniwirig IgI tineuse crowds in iSTivv ivrlr prqr fIwbi y Because the people there jverc curious to see whether it was a ijew vcereafeyCfbod t l i j i ThejKjet says Of toaue or pen The sgddest words are alight bat been1 More sad the editors we think Who sticks his pastebrush in U ink Pshaw These matches are no good 0Dont blame they it is in the nil Ive known many a good match spoiled by a trip to the set shore LdiYOUmother about people having strengthof mind but when it comes o strength of don mind my cI Ernest surpasses everybody Icc1 knew Confidence The way is always difficfU Before the doubting man But everything is easy for The one who thinks he can Have love anti esteem of Miss Nan lItilstep until he Ills at her home alh11 finds the baby cutting teetlion his photograph IMr Joggiiib My They u aktIcar wheels out of paper The Paper carwheels JggmgTbats nothing Thc t have stationary engines paper fac lories and paper machines run b these engines Miss Lacimrac must be quite ser iously il1 She hasnt any appetite at all Oha girl isnt always ill when he has no appetite But she has no appetite even for ice cream and candy What is the best thing one can take fora ldmked the Mouni Auburn man Dont know1 answered the Nc wood philosopher Rut probab 1J the worst thing a man caiu take the advice Of his friends Mrs Duocey a remarEable ok ladwho remembered well the sensation caused by the surrender of Napoleon after Waterloo and many stirring incidents of the Fen tan risings died recently rue hurles Ireland aged 103 Rev Madison Peters the Jesuit hater of New York predicts that IOD years there will be 225000000 negroes atidonly 100000000 white men in the South and asks us w ithatCVeareh He has always prided himself his ability to size up a woman character and disposition 1uY 5 he onjiw male a mistake 9 e ltJjU Al14tlIiwhet f i Just before he was married Sir1I the angry who 1IlObcr 1i1elrejoined the an behind the blue pencil I a pay cash for my groceries The longer I live sighed the sage and the more J learn the more firmly am J convinced that I know absolutely nothiugrf 4Icoutd have told jou lb wenty five years ago said hiswife but I knesv It would bcof no uselPapa wrote the se tgirl 1w have become infatuated with caliSpileluics Well daughter replied the oldt man if yom hearts sot on him Iot went a word to saybut I always youd marry an Atneri au John said Mrs K who ha dtrecently taken up the healtheul re fad is it best to lie on the ght side or the left side I My dear replied the legal 9deall You should strive to appeal to e imagination and the hunxau in rest of your pupils said the principal I do answered the teacherE Obutboys that Hector and Achilles were great men as Corbett and Jef fries Spring Poem You may sun of tie birds and the trees u the pleasant northern breeze b You may sing ftbe beautiful spnngtcftecause tn u co llow a spring poet cJrujrsing such t1ltv iL- i i r arItJed too Jar Jr the Christi 15 magazines Thats bade Not at alll Theyve all g firecrackers Skyrockets and gei 11 enii jubilation in em and can easi iy switch em round to the Fourth July R porterIIuw were 10n im pressed by the European cities yon visited Distinguished Traveler They are inarvels cleanliness sir To return to one of our cities after being abroad is like coming back to a hosjpenj Reporter May I ask what hoIpen you started from Naming the Baby ihoy talked of Medora Aurora tld Flora Of Mnbe and Marcia andMid red and May Debated the question of Donora Clarissa Camilla ane Fay They thought of Marcella Estel a and Belk Considered Cecelia jeanette and Eline AIda Adelia Aunctie Arabella And Ethel and Eunice Hortensc and Irene One liked Theodora another Leno ra Some argued for Edith and some for Elaine For Madeline Adeline Lilly a Dora And then after all they decicided on Jane JI I V 1 N H S T 0 N Miss Jeunie Hammcud is very low with rheumatism Little Walter Browning and W F Tubbs are in the sick list rMi Sallie Roller of Lebanon unction is the guest of Mis Jessie ROHerI Mrs J S Cooper is very sick at the home of F L Thompson Mt Venou 1Mrs Mahala Carson has about recovered from a serious attack of pneumonia rMr J R Stuckey entertain da a rod Tuesday evening with dl andy party Misses Ira atjd Elizabeth RoJ rt r1son of Guui Sulphur mTvtsTFRig Miss Lida Cook Mrs J W Sums of East ilci stadt was Tuesday the guest of Mrs W 11 Woodfa are court at Mt Vernon Mrs Hattie Sambrook has turned after an extended visit w rclrthJut Cin intr tfrMrs Will Cottougim and children have returned boras front Pine Hill and Mullins Station Mrs Thos Lasley will leave Saturday to visit her daughter Mrs Harvey Ingles at Middlesboro Willie Sultles and the wh le Livingston are at Mt Veruouef cept a few old maids and wdovs Mrs A J Saws has a very seri ous attack pneumonia Dr J W Sanis of East Bernstadt was called Tuesday iii1rsOilie of Middlesborough are vis- ug Mrs Nan McWhorter They ill return home Saturday accom anitti by grandma Pettit Mr and Mrs Lee Webb of Louis lue Mr and Mrs Will SatterSeld f Lebanon Junction A NBent ley and family and Mr and Mrs HD Magee are at Mu Vernon The following names compose he Roll of Honor for the month of February of the select school taught by Miss Georgia McFerrou Archie Cooper 90 Fred Starks 02 Willie Edith Tubbs 93 Alice Ward Lawrence Rice 90 Drusie trange 92 Peatl Stanley 93 Dr and Mrs Cooper Dr W J Childress L M Westerfield Mrs Roller Miss Sallie Roller Wil Soden W C Mullins D S Me Kinney Job R Carter Sara Ma- gee Brack Hayes W F Tubbs S Elmor and others too numer to mention are at Mt Vernon ESCAPED AN AWFUL FATE Mr H Haggins of Melbourne Eta writes My doctor told me Thad consumption and nothing could be done forme I was given Tptottleery for Consumption induced me try it Resriits were startling I gdvery Itsurely saved my lifeI n1thIQarand j I ThE SUNDAY SCHOOLI Xrtsn In the Intcrnudonal EevJ fur Kebpnary SI 10O4 Jenua and the Sabbath tlTUE LESSON TEXT Matt iMJSOMJEX TUXTit Is lawful to do well on the Hulilntth i5yItt1Ut12 OUTLINE OP SCRIPTURE SECTiON CaHtn of MatthewNatt SS12 Calling of MatthEwMark 21317 Calling ot MatthfwLke51Qaextion About FaEUngMatt 91417 Qutstlon About FutlngMark 21612 Quwtloa About FastizgIUkC 533i9 Piuckinsr GraIn on Sabbath Matt 1J1S PluckIng Grain on Sabbath Mark2J35 PluckIng tiin on SabbathLukl 5liHai on the 5abbahMatt 1914 Heal on the 1Mak 714 Heat on thb Sabbath Luhe6Bll T13IJ3 summer harvest Unit of A D part of The Year of Public Fa vorPLACK A country road near Caper naum and a synagogue In one of the Galilean towns OTES AND COMMENTS Jesus teachings and methods and those of the orthodox religious leaders ware so different in overy particular that trouble wa certain to come Mecy of the scribes and Pharisees may have bten perrsctly sincere but their polct of 11vkwas entirely different front that us they could never see things as He did and of course they considered heretic and a cangerons man In 111Hlma place in teaching if not In char He seemed to thorn to be an up lie spoke without authority And then He had made ji publican one cf His JlEciplcs 9913 The Pharisees saw in the publicans or tax collectors a set of contemptible unpatriotic merce naries vrho had sold themselves out to eatlingof decidedjy questionable character ai19 Again Jesus and His disciples braved all criticism and misunderstand lag of the best people by ignoring the weekly fastings and the rabbinical laws enjoIned and which all relIgious people observed Jesus was dircctlyopposed to opposlIdwhole religious system of the Jews These four things without the one we take up next were enough to insure tha bitter opposition of official Judaism Mattl2l8 One of Jesus most cb theIbut the absurd restrictions with which the scribes had surrounded it He reject ed bodily Disciples were hungry What the disciples did was to meet the physical necessity for food Began to pluck sars and to eat IIThis was per mittad by Jewish law on week days A vineItn ahbath on the ground that to Ion heads of grain was harvesting to ruvlfhem in the hands was threshing and to blow out the chaff was winnow Ing which things were unlawful HiIwbuidXriottbink of questioning the pro prEtiof DstvJAs act especially since he w he did wllli the sanction of the nrsit In hiscoso necessity was seen to 2ave rflual Even the law Nuia 2SSC10 recognized that certain work coal ctc with the sacrifices was necee sar4nn i therefore right He shows the fiorlyinfr principles 68 The Pbs sees were men of rules not tomeM to go bock on principles Thepas Slon or minutiae killed reflection templegself hr the Greek NsdsUBut I cay unto you a greater thing than the tern rcgulaU01Bh JntertstglvInest than tjiat of keeping upthe temple pacrlflecs was involved here itwas the work of the kingdom itself This inter pretation jsthll more natural either pojclbie I desire mercy and not eacri flee CHocGfi Jesus way of remind lug them that the principle He was con trzalaz for was Scriptural The Sun fri man is lord of the Sabbath Mark connectionfman an not man for the Sabbath The real good of the Sabbath had been lost Christs purpose was to restore it V 914 Is it lawful to heal on the Sabbath day does not answer the question directly hilt with an mUg tration tries to appeal to their common Thediscrsjwcesvmade position plain on wor3 s of necessity this deals with works of mercy It lawful to do good on the Sabbath To refuse to do good to on who C5ed it is todo evil no matter what the day of the week Jesus was unyIelcl ing His influence was Increasing and tolmust be silenced j Good Dedned us Deeds are seeds Men come before measures Greed is the devils seed of need Death Is the only escape from death Spiritual forces cannot be eat down in figures God can only lead us as long as we lighty todays punishments by tomorrows promises Wickedness is a plant that Is most itjthe g man cannotkeep his temperA our duty to God will sot be accepted as a substitute for doing our duty to man It is a good idea tohave some everyday virtues in your possession before you pretend to have uncommon ones Rams HornJ liver Pills hats what you need some to cure your biliousness and xegulatejyqur bowels You need Ayers Pills Yegetable ently laxative i afe JWtnt your moustache or beardIbeautiful brown or rkhbteck KINQHAMSCDYE ge II1II iTflththjig Q uI1 uEO E E I E 7lUnUWU1U rnnnnnnnnnnnntnnnntlntnt1nntntn nnnnnn nntnttntHH n lOur First Annual Cfean Up Safe I WIlII goods of We have marked them down to prices that will ap peal to everyone We mention a few of of the many items that we are offering Best Flanelett 8Ac A F U Outing 8 Ac Canton Flannel GJc to 12c Mens heavy Underwear at Cost Mens Flannel rfhirta at Cost Ladies Underwear at Cost Comforts worth 1 50 now goirg at 1 10 It wide Cotton 90cts a pair Full size all wool Blankets 2 50 a pair Ladies Shirt- Waists at cost II WEIIIII = at once for these goods must GO to make room for Slimmer Stock that is now coming in WE have a full line of Spring and Summer samples of Mens Clothing also an immense tockof mens boys and childrens nothing at reduced prices J C HOCKKR CO Livingston Ky 1tIUlliUlllUUU111UlUHliiUUlHllU11lHlillillHlUlUiHlUlHiiHiH iHi i III n BROPHEADI The druranjcrs were as thick as hops in our town MondsyJ W Owens went to Livington the latter part of last weikMrs Iva Xew land of Livingston was visiting her sister Mrs Jarrett from Fri day until TuesdayR S Martin sold to Bogtie Brown a bunchof nice heifers for 3CV H Sowder sold to J C Hays a bunch of iooH shoals at4cRev Noel filled his regular appointment at the Baptist church Saturday and Saturday night and Sunday and Sunday night R S Martin Mrs L L Jarrett W H Sowderj baby aad Mrs Alex Tyree and Dannie Owens are on the sickIistBen and Robt Pike were up from Livingston Sunday J U and Win Wallin of Wabd were in Brodhead Monday J V Turpin who has had a serious at tack of pneumonia we are glad to say is able to stir arouudJ C Gibbs has gone to Corbin in th- ebaokhusinessE J Hamm left Tuesday for iCorbin andotherj points in thpt vicinity to make de livery ofpicfiresJim Me Rey nolds of Bee Lick was in town Tuesday As Mark Hanna the great Republican leader has passed away we think it would be fair to turn the Government affairs over to the Democratic party for a sea couMis Alberta Hilton left fbi Lincasicr Tuesday Dr W B OBanon of Stanford called on one RjLwlsw hMrs Same Roberts at Guns Sulphur fist cf the week Mrs IT L Tharp and children of 1thephur last week Mr Wallin returned to La Fallelte Tenn Sunday nightMr and Mr5 AVm Monk of Crab Orclnrd and Miss Altie Owens of the Sayers neigh borhood were in town Monday having dental work doneMrs Bettie Tharp and sou left for In dian Territory Tuesday HOWS THIS We oSer Sl 0gO Reward for any case of Catarrh that csnnpt be cured by HaWs Ca tarrh Cure FJ CHENEY COIWe the underigued have CLeney for the last ISyecrg end p rfflly Iionoraliis iu sl business trsnaac and Cnancl ly att9 catty out any fon nui le hy their Sun Wct lTruar VhoIesale nrugKistSj Toledi Ohio VViidin ICinnan ilaria While tlJ Uncial Toledo Ohio nulls Catarrh Cure taken internally sating directly upon the Wood end raucous serfaccs of the stem Testimonials sent free Price 75c per bottl Sold by all Drugguta hairs Family Pills ere the bst RELIGIOTISr The Southern religious papers are pleased to note that the late Grn John B Gordon commander of the Confederate Veterans was a Presbyterian elder and his succes sorGen StephenD Lee is a Bap tist deacon Confederate army surpassed all other armies in the number of soldiers of the Cross of risLItCASTORIATar ImfaaU ami CkilirM ThI KIMYIIIJ 1IIPt- w t readyJorAll winter must be disposed quickly We but the Blankets The have a few dress skirts left that we offer at re duced prices Now dont fail to come and see US the 1Innnnn1 t =f 3 OJ u o q tlLuullLltui GOTO JONAS MCKENZIE MT VERNON KY for Everything ia Dry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes and General Merchandise BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES PhD No 83 uu m 3J JNkVf1f W 1 B A t ifrrfi lJSf Instantly Relieved Quickly Cured the use of paracarnphA Reduces tie Swelling Removes all Soreness Stops the Burning Draws out Fever and Inflammation Prevents Bad Odor Stimu 4 lates the Circulation Seeps the Feet Warm and Comfortable Policemen Motormen Conductors Clerks y alwayskeept f f9GJvcs Instant Relief to Corns Bunions and Frost Bites We Gissrsoitee every bottle to do laiia for it If it fails your money be refunded I J sniAs 30 cents and bottles At All Good Dru gi3ts f 1 i J For sale bv MT VERNON DRUG CO xfc3 yv J cg SOUP SOUR getut ia good Bowl of Soup or a Nica Lunch We also have a full line of Fruits and Fresh I l Groceries WHCHASTEEN i W Mt Vernon Ky J8 c eggac ocaeD S B RAMSEY For Fresh Meats of all Kinds Ghel1g a trial and if we please you tell others if not tell ns MEAT delivered in any part of town SH OP in basement opnosite Cotrt house VORMS WHITES CREA- MVERMIFUCEttnQetCr Fir 20 Ysars Mu Ld aUWa Rllies 01 aT D VGoGPX8aza bT JAMES F BALLARD St Lous Sold by CHAS DAVIS ML Vernon Ky Sixty thouRind acres of has een purchased in Alabama by a Northern syndicate for colouiza ioli purposes Prof Lambert a school teacher at Como Tean was arrested en the charge of whipping a1 dung pupil so severely that the blood was caused torflow o 3 U By will sioo 1n oman JfJf j t lI laxz-Pt C land A cubic toot of new fallea snow weighs five and onehalf poundson the average and h slz times the bulk of an equal weight of water An Austrian emigrant from New York was found upon arrival at Liverpool to have chough dyna mite inhic trunk to blow 1Iplt- whol fleet of ships He was arr irested Vu tde TVIV SIGNAL iT VERXONFrt 19 1904 l 9 i Coll up Na yott onl to SIGNALZcute with RlLOUISVLtC4N TIME TABLE t ivirth 1206 p iTsi IL3 a m 3 Muth 129 p t1 5 South 1117 a m TAS LANDRUM AI ent Phone No 58 Rteredii the Vero ir Pototlice u d matter =FE11S03AL f Judge Alcorn is here today Rev R B Mahoney was here i this week W J Sparks was in Lou ville Tuesday sheriff H L Tate is able be t oat again Editor E C Walton was up from Stanford Monday Mrs Cle Bwn is with hOTp folks for a few days D C Pavne ws up from Crab a Orchard Wednesday Mrs Ann Fish we under and is in very poor health Login Ls nn was here rrm Somerset Wednesday T Stewart 1ias been aft cted with a risiiii in the ear v I udhe Sec tr f YnchCltJ WI ht t 1i1t urd t Eae e 4tiIIiiia at h liltI front Cenirai U erst tlis week Uncle John Pennington of Lang ford Station his heen quite ill for Ipast three week Miss Mattie Clark of LouKille is visiting her relatives the S mpI son family at Pine Hill reMrssick for several days She is visir jug Mrs F L Tbompson Mr H G Edwards of tardy way here Tuesday enroute to North Carolina for a visit to relatives JobhPearlandJSmiHng Dave Jackson tvn pJular trairoliiHTi rsalesmen frot London fc hers aTuesday IiwhoAsylum continues to grow worse all the time Tilman Coffey of near Langford is recovering from small pox It is t ou hthiWIfe is taking the same disease Oscar Bostic is at Cooks Siding putting in the foundation fora fir proof brick plant Fritz Krceger is the contractorv Mrs C C Williams was c the d to Lexington Saturday on account of the illness of her daughter Miss Risse who has measles attor Lebanon andSam Brjnton mer railroad agent Pit bnrg were here attending the Bentley trial Judge Jarvis received word ron day that his wife was very sic at Junction City but her seriou ness was of short duration Mrs Patrick Welsh and littln son Richard are here from Louiscil- visiting the family of Ricbari A Welsh and for improvement of her JXr broken health Mrs L Schooler of Paint Jck has been visiting her dauj aler Mrs Jack Adams She is now vii itirig her daughter Mrs Will is Adams of Mt Vernon Central Record F S Phillips chief clerk at theW Langford quarries has returned from a ten dnvs visit to his father who lives in the good old tar beer State This was hiss first visit to his Southern relatives for some i earsMxsBebee who is here with her sister Miss LuteMoore has been very sick for several days Miss Moore who is suffering frt n stroke of paralysis wjllbfttalciin to J a hospital at some point in Missouri r right away ILK Powell Jackson count is visiting the family of Isaac Bow irsnn near this Mir Powell is a blacksmith and wagon taakeri lie has purchased a house and lot r ifMrs Lena Lawrence on New 0 comb avenue and will lucattiiere LOCAL Sara McClnre lwiJ eaRrantd aS10n 0 fo rr Loth W H Cbaatee wil sli- G petty tp e C tat 1 i Paps N r Rev Greeu Fih will preach at the Cove schoii linti e Sunday nf ternoon nt 3 oclock Cash Hiat Ins bought of Per Hiatt 60 acres near ML Zion church and will shortly inure to it Congressman G G Gilbert has appointed John Evans of Brod headone ofthe alternates to West Point C hi Cummins has bought the restaurant from Parsons Hunt located in basement of old brick 1and will take charge next week Dr Myers our splendid upto date and enterprising dentist Las purchased twohorse power gasp line engine to run his machinery Supt G M Ballard has inform ed us that he has received a duI plicate of the Nov draft which was lost and is sos ready to pay the teachers their November heck There Iris been several incerdia jy fires six miles east of East Bern stadt Some hay stacks were burn ed Monday night Bloodhounds were brought to the scene from Wihuore Hung jury in the Bentley case 7 for conviction and 5 for acquittal Two jurors stood for ten years the yearsewas reduced 2000 Court adjourned today Rev Walter R Brock of Lon don by a unanimous vote wa called to the pastorate of the Bap list Church this place last night This will be Rev Brocks second year as pastor of the Baptist Church hereIpmrjtri a any you wish sold n anted report same to the Rock carr Real Estate Co who will be flid to look after it for you In case a sale is made a small com mission will be charged and if no ale is made there will be no cost to the owner All lands placedin our hands will be thooughly adverbs ed When in town drop in andj nd nte of our contracts thiAri The Winchester Granite Brick Cn have begun the erection of their works at Cooks Siding two miles south of Orlando Frit Ir lcheIe centracror cr tots placehcbar c qffxhe njstructjon1hisoPEany will put t30000 plant for the manufac of andlime brick ba German process The manner of mak ing these brick is some what differ ant to that of the ordinary clay brick Nothing is used but sand lime and water to mix them with resstFintotlpr ndesteam heat for 15 hours and the product is ready for use Thist brick has been in use in Germany for ten or twelve ears and proved tnpimprOeithcowpony acted wisely in coming to beIcausewood It is expected that the sandlime brick will prove one of Rockcastles leading industries CIRCUIT COURT toIcs 1Joelwas cyears in the pen The following is thet jury which tried him K J We Kinney Luthur Manier J D Bui lock Pate Bullock L L Jarrettt QL Mason Wade Liveay James Hunt J W Mink Robt Long M Bishop and Rinse McNew The attorneys for HenryHell1ou ard who was given 2i years in toet pen for the killing of AbeDrevJI asked for a new trial which w overruled and an appeal will taken to the Court of Appeals The case against James and Nathan Doan for rape continued until next court Monday the case against AN BentJycharged it4WiJ futnutder fpr4he killing of B NJioller was tolled arid Tuesday afternoonc 3 oclock jury cotapojeed pi the following jgetitieuien was secured Join a Coffey ft M POIt drtwj irajlORLBray e1CTowerv T1 J as Taylor Sf Geo Howell 1ciVil lUtn Brumett This has beeB ene athe hottet 11escpnnty bcthtie rckJeiManii psi ton beie Pfeeeateil6c oft 4bttt t t o tbe c7ueluaa r tote =0 l The attorneys for the defense are CC Williams of the local bar JViftgeTZ iorrow and j U prosecutionD Levi and Count Attorney L Bcthurum of the local bar Com tn n wealths Attorney j N Shaip of Williamsburg Judge James Sims of Bowling Green and Hon John Sam Owsley of Stanford MR BENTLEYS EVID1 C IN ClEF CONDUCTED JUDGE T Z 110 ROW Q Where were you tm the day of Jctober 1903 A I was Ifjwas lyres MechanictiQ U a were anyone sllpCflOr to you m your lint A No sir Q How liing did you hold tha- position A About ten years o most How have you been in ForielevenO Did you know B N Roller A I did Q Was he an official of the L N Kailroac A He was blotto of Trains 11youMr Bentley you syot Mr Ruler A Yes sir Q On SUl1daA Yes sisQ About what time in the A About 4 oclock I thinkam not positive j Q Did your duties require you to perform labo A No si Q Overseer onl A Yts sir Q Wf re j ou on duty thw Sun day A Yrs sir Q Do v ou know what ordid in ihc inuriiingof lliat da charged my usual dutiest Q Did you eat your dinner at sirryore you on that after tic uii it 33 A At mv office 0 hat did you du A I was going to take a bath ny wife sent my clothes to me in a basket by my sln and I had put them in my ffice Q What was in the basket A Clean underwear 330ht Q What time did the basket of clothes come to your office A I ink about dinner or a little before I can not state that positive lyv Q What time did you take pos session of the basket A I expect it was 320 or 325 AzI to rR c r Q AVoere washis office stuated A Northeast corner Q What did you ask him A Fnrthekey to thp bathhouse Q What did be say A That he did not know where it was Q State what objection he made togivingyou the key A He nly said he did nut know where it was1 I then went in and asked MrVMudd if he knew where it was and he said he did not know Q What did you an A I rerto tit the bath house QWhen you got to the bath IIfIIhekeyd he supposed it was at the de Q Where did you go then teemeto the door first and it was locke windodw s tened but I got it open Q Then you hoisted the win dow and went in A Yes sir Ri Then what did you do nex A I went into the room JtoI took out the trooper an- tle time water out of the tub the put the stopper back t hen went into the other room aud prtparedI take my bath Q You mean there is a dressrn YesIwapreparing c Roller came in 14fRoper r e doing I said Iam piepartn youknow taiaorbrpuHedthestopper out and le b gan Abusing me he used oaths IA coolant recall all he did say saicj I knew that was private pro party and I said I did not know t 4myMrv Roller went in the bath bout aniI came out and started up to ware the coal shoot where M keep his coal Mr Rout wasbut1rlrinhe cloth house arid I went in an ditoldBro Cook that I had hee ltreatedhad Objected toby Plff- Q j Mr Bentley go on and state to the jury what occurred next A I went around tothe bath house atItoaltd eA tiitse Cs Jtnmyb re and put njy lothes then wept to thf Mb pit and walked over by ilw 1 i Li J 42 watertarikand ddxvn a liule thip fide of the freight depot to jheJ restaurant of Mr Muilins I yeti in the tttallrnnt and got me a cigar outSstayAQ Whom did you see in there A AilrllinsQ e tu1linsIan b sine the cJRar A No sir AEI a view of g jiig to my placeof busi denman t n a soa t yeas invdutytoevOMileheirunble vitn Mr Roller rS areil dciAn hnt ul a ant e m Mr Rolerinrf ts tinjtW disj in the room he a tie tint of bath houe arid lockfti hr drn j saidYMr RoHer hI ecinrhac atMisfn it a A Yes ti IQTm1Lsr A i said 1 wanted to talk with ou as a Maason He said hou Lot thy to tajk us a less a Mason I said slop Mr Roller I do not want your blood on tnc hands He smarted me tItaking sight The answer to theabove ques byfer tbxkave his hand in or near his right po et exceptIan I shot X QWas the pistol double action- A I cocked it and shntit as fast as I could Mr Roller turned ward me and said God dam you and I cocked the pistol and shot again and he left O What was the position of his body relative to you A Facings Q The shot did not go in the bach A No sir I shot four times with his face toward jue and the last and filth shut was made just as he turned tad the bath house iind he fell oir his face Q How far was the bath house A stepsQ when he staggered ho v itiany steps was he psItime shot ver Q How in tht pito 5 Q WI iocr n s t pistcOY wed A o one l 1 Q Wha r A I turng au d caiiiei e tsatlr boos undIwere men Mr Ho well Mr Wpodall Mr Wright etc Q Amid did ou have more than one conversation A4o sir I told then to go and take care of Mn Roller thaJjI had shot Him Q And t did they sar realizeIhad shot him Q That is your recollection A Iwouldnlsarposhiebut think I did Q Did you say if he were not NAo s gungep lanIto go an look after Mr Roller and they did not seentlection A I told Item the sec 1inr bnstr my best ecollectionwQ what yon then did Mmg t ANmaput my clothes arid spoke to two or three aud11asksurrendered jutuyou wire at wasd pis pocketdyou From John Mullins mlHWhere d19you put it A In 1d pocket Q Did areas it in your pod fj home Xi Yes sir rQ What did you do with it that evening tTiiiy pocket o Wh ti rtirr 1r ntt11 s tlt herz did quplit itA I left rQsvkreiu heJ1 otca a JitlieTplstpl the entire day Sunday Yes sir Q Jo you r know a woman by this name ppSrns A Yes sin shewaourc Q How trotA Severs v mouths Hdoiiitt ow exactly l t Ii t t ti I Q Had you heard anything in retcrerce to her leaving your boost e and going to Mr Rollers A Yes sit After you heard she was go IQfrom your house to Mr Rollers long until she left A In three or four days I think it was she let to go home O How long was she gone fro your house until she went to Mr weekeperhaps a little longer Q Did you say to Carrie Morris one morning while sitting before the fire in your dicing room withI no one presentbnt your wife Miss Morris that you would ktlll 1rfor you had been tempted to ki im any way A No sir I di not The above question was into r rzetly taken down by the stem ginkitheQ Why did vou rrr the pistol on Mr RoSlT I ihongiit Mr porg k11 rue IrlItunerquainted with him before be was dihQ Taking it for granted the that lady used the word attempt elIQ Did youand Mr Roller ever have any trouble A Yes iomet little trouble over business off but never over private matt Was there arcr siwQor not in lines of If oilert was recognized df tram master A He eted by the railroad men Q How were you held A On andILpre1Iso Q Veil the jury whether or not the employes of the railroad tour pane there are the usual number of t them men with families A about the usual number liave families thisII t general as to peace and quitude of Mr Roller A I tra Qyfell the jury what it wstA It was bads Q Will you tell the wheth cr or not you were person111i1C quainted with the reputation of Mr t Trotter AyJ w4i b5rtaetQ Mr Bentley will you kindly tell the jury what you know about the bath house A Mr Bentley said the bath house prthefstgted helVouidand while thetub was being placed in position he Bentley and lIrIi Roller were commenting aui it in saidIbath tub and we will take our baths sdIice and mvmcn The answer to above question as given by ir Bthtiy being rather lengthy we only give the salient oints Q Something was said in re thatdi or the puplic A Mr Roller had six or seven skeleton Sand he the one and said we could use 1them when we got ready Q How often did you take baths at the bath house referred to A I took only two I believe Time first time the dour was not locked the second time I went in the indow and Mr Westerfield came in on me Q Did he make any o o your using it A No jectionI SofQThis day of homicide was third titneTyou1 were there A That is my recollection Q When you left the store of Mullins did you have in your mind any intention of going down thereto kill Mr Roller A No sir I did not abouttoral reputation for peace and quietude and as to his courage A I afraididadyoneQ he a person of unusual onrflcrf Objection by Plaintiff baveAnYIpersoJ1alknowtedge orltbrC1 questl na toI eapIonsatowhitt kn w to he pistols A it borroweda pistol tfrom him twice tbetistofwl1pfiiis Q Hadyoti passed tHecoracr oftlarpuntPeu s e A Jtts3t P ae I i i tit IL ed it 0 As lit locked the door you pnmphouseQ What happened A I told Mr Roller I had come back to talk as a mason Q He did not see you until he had locked the door and put the 1key in his pocket A He evi dently saw me Q Where were you when he comingIdown lQ You were this side of tram YesIQ What had he iu his left heIIIt1 are the door with his right hand A twitgb Q What hapened A As he tamed I s ud 3lue I have come t talk to yoat n mason YesIe say damn you you would not inikc a dog much less a Q What masonJs IQyoutr demonstration as giiair pocket avef u lc un eysrnr I think when II tYtr t shot both arms went f When the first shot was red I think he stepped a step to tock h jTvard me and then his arm tell When site ilri way tired deal he have tIlt bundle nnder his A I ithil su Q 7Tht hr liad the bundle uu der his arm after the first shot was tired Al think he did Q How far from you was he when the first shot was fired A About as far as from ms to that gentleman on the jury from three to five feet Q How long had you had your pistol out before you shot A Just as soon as I hollowed at hint not to come I did not want his bliod on my hands I commenced shooting Q Give the conversation be tween you and Mr West r5dd Objected to by Plff A Mr Westerfield sent me read to know if I would come down to hi office and I said I vpttld and when I went he asked me if I would tell him about the killing so he could make a report to the Superintend wanteduthe full details and he said he wanted only a synopsis Q Did you gve him Beta A No sir The foregoing is almost a full report as detailed by Air ftentiey frpm the witness stand A tray thing of minor hnportancn ore not given because of the ltd ff JJTS tal a n Miller Probably the Stttes DenverandKwGtande A dispatch from Parts antvqitnc that the Drefus cae has beendgfi nicely set down for trial by th Court of Cassation on February 25 1tIINCH STR 1l FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS Its not sentimentthat makes the most successful shots shoot Winchester Factory Loaded Shells Its the re suIts they give Its their entire reiiaDiiity even WinchesterUare the best shells on the market Winchester Repeater shells loaded with smokeless powder are cheap in price but not in quality Winchester New Rival black powder shells are the favorite black powder load on the market on account of theirshooting and reloading qualties either of these brands and youll be wellpleased They are THE SHELLS THE CHAMPIONS SHOOT pRESOaiPTlONQ JTVERY djraggisKsays that s7alngraropureverT 1ll1 Let says that he does not sub p stitute Every druggist says Wai he floes not use vcryfleft for us to say different from inYvite you to bring your prescrip r tion Mere and see the kind of iiQl jjf treatment you get in our store rt and notice the way everything is done and then see if you do not feel thet the mcdicim is put up just as your doctor rouldlike to have It fiKy WILLIS GRIFFINPractical Undertlcer and FUNERAL DIRECTOR- Mt Vernon KV Complete FINE HEARSE AttacLcd Cara iarnish jSIetalic Caskets tnd lilivA Embalming done on short notice Come and see me anything I have not god can get for you onfirst- rain that leave the cit- yORDERS by wire Promptly Filled Phone No 63 iiThe World All Knows The Louisville Henderson and St Louis Railway the always popular Henderson RouteYis the Linet a If you have a trip in view to Evansvilleir St Louis or to any point in the West or Southwest jSBASK US FOR RATES And Ak Us First arc reduccdrates ill effect on account of ltrspeCial occasions Some Sdekers m Colonists Ex our we have tliein B MWOMACKi G L GARRETT Passenger Ag int Traveling l ssgri A t LiJ I RW i N GeyertI SS ngc den K i Lo- u lloentuci Fr s r THE GREATEST WONDER From AH the World Have Come Won ders to Make Man Cry In Amaze ment When He Visits St Louis This Year Since long before the Christina era when Antipatcr of SItlon enumerated seven great works that subsequently became the Seven Wonders of the World wonders have been accumulat lug until their number has become not only seven times seven or seventy times seven but hundreds yes thousands times seven Every grout modern bridge is a won der of the world So is every great power engine mountain climbing rail mail or modern hoteL And the greatest wonder of nil great er than any of yesterday and today is the Louisiana Purchase Exposition This is because It combines the greatness of all the others and because those others were instrumental in bringing it to a state of completeness- In order that the whole world should participate in thb centennial display the wonders of the steamship of the J locomotive of the cable of the land telegraph of the telephone were brought Into use then exhibits of these wonders themselves were levied upon to form part of the grand display Mention anything that causes man to express amazement and it will be proved to you that it can bo seen in St Louis this year The wireless telegraph A station has been erected on the Fair grounds RadIum Experiments will be con PALACE FAIR WHERE GAS IN THE MAY BE I ertw one end onehalf main two 2G5 feet high VVVVVV uuetni with tIle puzzling mineral in the Chemical LaboratoryVA modern engine The largest in the world will be seen in the Palace of Machinery Rifled cannon that throw a shell twenty miles They will frown on ram surrounding tbe Government buildingVThe latest improved locomotive It will swing around and around on a turntable in the center of the Palace of steam hissing from its cylinders as it revolves A lead pencil the crapMte in which Is made by the aid of electricity Its construction will be exemplified In the Electro Chemical Laboratory The modern newspaper You may watch its creation In the Graphic Arts 1ralaceJrlIthe vicinity of Agriculture Dirigible airships They will sail- over the prescribed course when not seeking high altitudes will be housed in immense stables That wonder which has almost ceased to become a wonder themodern watch You will be able to witness Its con strueWitt and the assembling of its partsI upon these wonders are crowded others wonders that it would require page after page to describe which it will take week after week to view China a sealed book to the world has been thrown open royal decree For the first time In history secrets which have been preserved from the days of Confucius will be revealed Art as it is known in Japan will as tonish those who have only been able to gain an Inkling of Ita existence from the word pictures pf Lotl and other shows the rubber tree discharging its valuable sap of commerce end Its coffee berry in bloom Peru reveals to the world her wealth of copper cotton and r trpleum Hawaii sends a g1imcjif the par adise of tbe P clilcV Russia awakens Interest with indus tries of a country almost nnkiiown as Panama the baby nation proY how her agriculture can mafic Her prosper otis And Panama hand In hand with ihe United States shows fa miniature that wonder the canal which will chunge the course of all ply tie seasVYou marvel at the growth of trans portation facilities within the last dec nde each step will be ehowri you at St Louis You hear of a food that can be compressed Into a pill how Is done will be shown you at St Lonig Anti you can partake of a coufse din ncr from soup to dessert nil of which can be held in a box which would eon 4 f cain twelve twograin quinine capsules Creation of What won taried a horrible ulcer on the leg of J B Oruer of Grove Por four years it defied all doctors and all remedies ButBrick1 tens Arnica Salve had io trouble lstb cure him Equally good for 5 burns bruises skin and pies 25cataIlciruggists PAPER 13 der would not Franklin express co aid lie see a modern dynamo manufactur lug thousands of Joves thunderbolts every minute forcing a tiny stream of water to lift great weights Marvel thenjat the powers of the hydraulic press Can man make snow Look Into the great refrigeration plant Can water be set on tire It will appear so when the cascades are illuminated by sub merged lamps after nightfall Planting potatoes Is now done by a machine which takes the earth ple cuts out the eyes halves or quarters it pushes the sections into the soil at equal intervals and covers them thus tucking away the germs of life as a mother would tuck away a child in bed This machine will be ou ex hibition during the summer of 1904 Flowers will tell the time of day nt least they will appear to do so Vines nestling on steel pointers both ot which weigh more than a ton will travel around the circumference of a circle where grow numerals of brilliant age Near by bloom 20000 rosebushes im bedded In a six acre plot Was there ever such a wonderful display When you walk through the grounds you pass over a burled river At a cost of 140000 a stream was placed un derground before the buildings could be constructed What a wonder is the deck of a modern battleship It will be seen as pre pared for action A donkey has been driven into one reed of a pipe organ that stands in the Hall of Festivals Weeds and wild flowers gathered THE ENGINE shows not of the Machinery which is by extent gas parts by punctured as ChinaV Bhipsthat electricity Franklin Exposition from till parts of SL Louis county aw arranged in a unique display From the Philippines an entire vtt lage has been transported to the banks of Arrowhead lake which is nil nrtUl clrl body of water in the western sec tionof the Alaska sends four car loads of totem Amazon contributes the beauti ful Victoria lilies that grow en its broad placid watcirs the Nile sends the lotusVIn the airon the ground beneath the soil from the 30th day of April until the 1st day of December will be seen the wonders of the world all forming the greatest wonder of them all CLAUDE H WET IOIm ftr4FEATURES of THE- WORLDS FAIR A model farm representing a section of acres illustrating the value of crop rotation in farming will be one bythemodel barn stables and outbuildings be erected and there be an orchard vineyard garden stock and poultry yards pigsties and all of tim other equipments for a farmstead A floral with a dial 100 feet in diameter is on the northern slope In front of the Palace of Agriculture t the largest timepiece ever constructed The minute hand Is fifty feet loapr and tbe numerals fifteen feet hIgh Flowers foliage plants conceal the mechanical frame A rose garden with 50000 rote trees covers four Son the east front of the Palace of Agriculture iJ A sir acre map of the United States constructed of representative growing crops of each state Is a Government exhibit Cinder paths three feet wide mark the boundaries between states permitting free passage of vIsitors The largest organ ever built with 145 stops and pipes fivefeet In diameter is in Festival Han It will be used for concerts and other musical features held In this structure A fireproof building containing 2000 safety deposit boxes Is proyided for the use of the Worlds Fair visitors Money and other valuables may bcIeitiii safe keeping for a small feeV rhQ Liberty bell will be exhibited in the rotunda of the Pennsylvania lngit will be the first time It crossed tbs Mississippi CURED CONSUMPTION Mrs B W Evans Clearwater KM writes My husband lajsick for three months the doctors stated he had quick consumption We procured a bottle Bailard5 HorehoundSyrup and it cured him That was six rsagoandsiuCeJ then we always kept a bottle in the JFofcequal cV5Ondzoo bottles at Ghas C Davis rugstpre 1 4 LVV Cc 1 s jlp fj ff tj 2 ff f l COMFORT OF VISITORS TO THE WORLDS FAIR Excellent Prevision Made Fs Publia Convenience In the Orcursds and Buildings of the Exposition Every thing Necessary Provided Far Special attention tins been paid by the builders of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition to the comfort of those who will attend It is not an exaggeration to assert that no previous exposition provided so many public conven iences First of all there will be plea ty of places where one may sit down and rest after seeing the sights until physical fatigue demands relaxation Anti this calls to mind un amusing little story of the Columbian exposition at granddaughter of Professor Greenwood superintendent public schools in Kansas City attended the exposition with relatives who made It their business to show the child many things that would be edu ccth From time to time the party fcond U necessary to sit down anti rest Returning home the learned grandfa ther asked the little girl this question Well my dear from what one tiling that you saw at the fair did you Ide the greatest benefit The chairs grandpa promptly re plied the child The chairs will be greatly in evidence at St Louis Thousands of comforta ble cane bottom chairs and settees for the free use of visitors will be found OF MACHINERY WORLDS LARGEST WORLD SEEN and quite of tile front building 1000 525 feet In has towers and cost Transportation and eruptions site and will will elect and build sTar river of Juts in the retiring rooms In the great er iiibit palacesBut at this Exposition there will be resting places unknown to former fails for within the grounds the six many acres of wooded land yIlch are not occupied by buildings WIth J40 acres nt ttieir disposal it been nn easy matter for the bfcilcl is to create the biggest Exposition ever known and still have many breathing spaces to spare Under tJC trees of the foresta part of Forest Park public will find numerous seats where beneath tlfe cooling shade may bo enjoyed r reasonable period of rest fo that the visitor as though sitting in a quiet park may look beyond the trees illS doinea and towers of the Exposi tion In each of the exhibit nalaees and JU OF LIBERAL ARTS the state and foreign buildings there are public retiring rooms many of whIch are provided with wash basins Scattered throughout the grounds will ba a of separate structures for similar uses Provision will be made mayhaveand towels As to drinking walrthc teetotaler need have no fears An has been made with a concern that will bring pure clear water from a mous spring at De Soto Mo to be piped over the grounds from large supplpdtoa cent or so a drink which means as many glasses as one may require to quench the hirst Filtered water from HAVE YOU INDIGESTION- If you have indigestion Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will cure you it- has cured thousands It is curing people every day every hour You owe it to yourself to give it a trial You will cojntinue to suffer until you do try it There is no other combination of digestants ha4digt and rebuildVaVtheSame ime Odoldoesbh Kbdol cures strengthens and rebuilds SoldbY Chas D JDavisj aru gglsty v lr tss sf t r i I tiirs illswifvJppi river also will be supplied Those whose zeal forV seeing the sights is in excess of their walking or standing powers may hire roH r chnrs ata smail expense and for traveling greater distances in the grounds Intramural Railway with comfortable ears specially constructcH for observa tion purposes will furnish a ui thtf conveyance superior to any yet pro vided at in exposition Then there will be the 2500 Jefferson Guards in uniform a purt of whost business will be to give free informa tion to visitors These are bright young men ninny of whom will have been on duty for months prior to the opening and they are expected to be walking encyclopedias of Exposition inV ISitOl1ahout 110s1talinurses will be on hand so that in the event of illness prompt attention and treatment may be had COST OF SEEING THE WORLDS rAm For the Majority of Visitors It Will Bo Less Than Railroad Transportation to St Louis and Return Would Cost In Any Other Year From any point within miles or St Louis a person may travel to tu Worlds Fair this year view the wonders of Exposition for three day and expend less money than in any other year he would pay for train fare alone This may seem an astonishlne sta V mont inn it is a fact 3lail orstl men lutVo practically sltt rained thor one fare fur the n cut trip will bo the rate during the svimportant months of 1004 Public on nounremcnt of only waits the pa sage of certain legislation eoacernla scalpers tickets and formal indorse meat by various passenger agents associations WIth this fact in mind a clear dcin onstration of the statement in the open fag paragraph can be made The fare from Chicago is 750 or Vj5the round trip So under the new schedule 750 will be put down as the railroad fare from that city to St Loui and return If you are econoai iftil your per diem expenses in Worlds Fair City need not exceed those given In this table Breakfast Car fare ta grounds Admission to groundsStDinner en grounds s- Car fare downtow f Supper 5Nights lodgings ToW 2G Multiply 24T ly 3 and you have- tt785 tImeVi for three days IIbt the 700 rail ned n grand total ci 15 e ir fare alone would ccyearFor th brown open to you the exhibition palaces the Estate build lags the fift e foreIgn ernment e ten great edifices acquired temporarily from Washington university including Hall of Congresses and the Physical Culture noil with its adjoining Stadi urn Filipino Village and many other plenHnnt11lneeS Should you desire to remain longer than the three days you can do so without a greater per diem expenditure than given above But nt you have plenty of money to spend and desire certain eomfoyandveuxtmr1es yet are not A FACADE THE PALACE WORLDS FAIR number arrangement supposing extravagant what will the figures be Less than nn day 050CarEOAdmission SODinnerSouvenirs and extras SupperxeCarfarehotel room Total per Suppose is you desire to remain six days In that time you can devote a morning to onemain building an lifter noon to another and so on from Mon day to Saturday Inclusive passing the evenings on the Pike and the grand to tal of the weeks expenditures will be 2910VAN EARLY RISER A strong healthy active consti tution depends largely on the con dition of the liver The famous lUtle pills known as DeWitts Little Early Risers not only cleanse the system but they strengthen the action of the liver and rebuild the tis sues supporting that organ Little Early R1SSVareeasy Jo act they nevergripnd yet they are abso lutely certain to produce lesults that are satiiBjfactory in all cases lijbytChaC Davi3 Druggist J VtV 7VS r EA t The Kind You Have Always Bought and winch has been in use for oycr GO years lias borne time sifnuitnre of perVisona S5MV Allow no 0110 to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations anti Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger tIle health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment lhat Is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops anti Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Fevcrishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation anti Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Dowels givii healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CATO R A ALWAYS Boars the Signature of +y The KM Yon Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years 5TttsT C- r55rrLNcTi L H LICK and- WEST BADEN Sprin2s In the highlands of Indiina a two hours ride from Louisville there flow wonderful healing waters that youM spctd hundreds ofdollars to enjoy if thev were in Europe- A recent visitor from Philadelphia who formeiK went to Carlsbad every year said I do not see why anyone goes to Europe for medicinal waters Ths water is as bent final and the scenery and surrounding countrj the air and the oppor tunities for recreation are belter the hotels and nil nccomm da tions are much finer at French LekVest linden Springs and this gentleman is a native of Switzerland The splendid wooded hills with the coo invigorating air of these highlands where one can er joy rambles in the depths of the forest cr rides and drives among the numerous bridle paths and road ways afford pleasure for those who desire rest and quiet while at tic splendid and exilorating casinos one can have all the entertainment and social pleasure possible at the most fashionable resorts ON THE MONON ROUTEF- or booklets telling all about the woters Hotel Rates anti full information write E H BACOW DP A Louisville Ky Jm nr= lIDT l Memphisii1stFor oneway tickets Half the 0as =Way Safe plus 200 MissouriArkansasWrite for particulars end cost of ticket from your home town The Cotton urn mn rsM throBzl train tn wlti we lm arC enmfrtalOe re These trains make time 1n SOIIIIrCStme eopyot err fo ittsistttd Ilomrs Southwest anI Tbrsrth Tcaa With Camera LO GCHAEFEH Trevcling IJsrscr08r Agent Cincinnati O E W L3 BE AX7KE General Pass end Ticket Ast St Louis Ko Take P Theytempor41rilv 1Dot lll by cure agitating c ns lpatic the bowels but regular action cannot be secured untilathe liver secretes enough bib to nuihc the execute their natural functions f Unnat attaJnthercsuItspJiverci2 9 4tnmitting Fevers and by going to the seat of the trouble works permanent cuss FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE At Chas C Davis Drugstore ThE B fINK OF fxT VERNON MT VERNON KYVVOPENED 1900 CAPITAL STOCK 15000 C C WILLIAMS PRBS JAS T ADAMS VICKPRES- W L RICHARDS CASHIER A B FURNISH ASST CASH DIRECTORS C C WilliamsGeo Ltvesay AT Fish S HMartin Rod Perry J E Honk attertionOur frietmdc auptrunba Jited to call wheifln town rPhdiie N6 55 ZlA fXi r cc Williams ATI ORNEYATLA MT VERNON KY rOFFICE Ou arcl floor ot the Bank of Ml Vernon on Church ireet Special attention given n collections Phone No So M L MYliKS OFFICEAt re PHONE No- iiitt ben th every V e Coon U Complete II EnbuIrnerI asktts1ubes Or deis by Telephone attended promptly Stanford Ky The VerandaHotel JOSEPH COP FEY ppim itilt r h iCZI5T r tulVS i HJUU rtxm tree tt ik jJ RATES 200 er dayV F 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