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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7t t i Established 1887 XVII = MT KY 2Q 1901 = i2 md I 19041ifo f IaS per Per W Bissell Chilled Plows and repairs low prices Eagle Ponts that will your Come awlgit YOUR price on same before The Year 1903 has gone and passed and we are well satisfied with our trade during that year but our trade has been year and to niako it better in 1004 than ever before we will give a Beautiful Picture Frame to our caslu customers at the end of each month So call up No 87 and we will be to on MT KY POLITICS AND The Ohio Legislature will ballot Mob i for a successor to Senator citizens of Frankfort will give a banquet to the members of the General Assembly State offitl daIs aud invited guests evening March 1st in cel of the action viding for new State buildings The bill to regulate political par in the state by com mittetmen from holding J Sees came up in the 110ue 1inndLi The chances are that the inesnr will pass both branches of the Gen f eril Assembly The Democratic committee of the fiirst district has issued a call fur a primary on May 7 to nomi r ne a candidate for Congress to succeed Congressman James The Committee indorsed Gov Beckham Senators McCreary and Blackburn and James for dele hr e to the National Dvim Itwillwill be removed one of the great est menaces to white supremacy in the State Let the institution be r removed to a more congenial sec tion equality r the domiuation of social Demo crat Coy Herrick and W E Cox ar out of the race for United States Senate from Ohio to succeed th late M A Hanna aid it is now certain that the honor will go to Gen Charles W Dick Gov Her ricks refusal to enter the contest is ascribed to a promise given Mr Hanna that he would serve out his term as Governor and thus prevent the Lieutenant Governor a Fora ker adherent fi om becoming Gut cruet CANCER CURED Mr W W Prickett Smithfield Ill writes Sept loth 1901 I had been suffering several years with a cancer on my face which gaveUJe annoyance and ungreat bearable itching I was using Bal lards Snow Liniment for a sot leg and through an accident rubbed some of the liniment on the cancer and as it gave me almost n stant relief I decided to continue to use the liniment on the cancer In a short time the cancer come out and my face healed up and there is not the slightest scar left Ihave implicit faith in the merits of th- rr aud it cannot be to Parationj IeI highly 250 and 100 at Chas C Davis drugstore One of the crookede t of rivers is the Jordan In cavering dis tance of sixtv nrles for that is the line drawn on length of a straight the Seaof Galileebetweenthe map und the Dead Sea it runs 212 miles because of the of us windings r c 0y t 1j dUnit Ietn tl u4L I VOLUME VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY FRIDAY FEBRUARY NUMBER BARGAINST KRUEGER SONS FerlifizerAi 115 Hundred Tbs BONE MEAL sl25 Hundred Pounds I mustlhaveillatt improve house buyingI growingelch Phone delighted wait yo- uKRUEGERSONS VERNON POLITICIANS TuesdayI Legislatures 1ties prohibiting pubHcutjjk Congressman IsThe omideasLexington recommended multiplication i IbIFt Wight Wash Feb 19 04 Editor Signal Thinking that some one might be interested in tie great North- West and the American soldiers are stationed in this depart ment I thought I would try to write a few lines to the dear oldI Sir SAI whi h I peruse with much interest erch and every w k I Kackumsttie vonii3 JtCy near Livingston IJI 3i I 02frh n e11ep- net M trigonal School at London KY place I love most dearly 1 started in to school there on Jan ist 1903 staid there a few days o ver a month and enlisted in the Regular army for a period of three years We left Londcu on the 5th of Feb loi Lexington and there put on the blue we were thete a few days and then sent to Columbus Ohio for mtlitaay institutions where we stad for four month Co lumbus being a regular recruiting l1J1lillsome five enlisted men and three of- fioersum a charge left for San Fran Cal to join our regiment which we were all well pleased andIWe were there ten or twelve days just long enough to begin to like the place and then were ordered to the department of the Columbia of which Gen Fredric Funston is ofethis regiment and department bareracks Wash just eight miles from Portland Oregon The two are connected by bridges It is a fine plate during the summer and fall Two companies of this batillion are at Fort Lawton Seattle Wash I dont know but very little about that post except hearsay The other two companies are here aboutItwo miles from the city of So the metropolis of Eastern greatex willItnought we were going to get a trip to Panama but I guess we wil not go anywhere for a while unless- e Uncle Sam gets mixed up with the- I RussoJapaiuese trouble which hardly think he will 1Ifthis tscapes the waste basket I will probably come again EIBERT FPENCH Co I 19 U S Inf ESCAPED AN AWFUL FATE isMr H Haggins of Melbourne inehad consumption and nothing- could be done for me I was given- up to die The offer of a free trial- pottle of Dr Kings New Disco airy for Consumption induced m to try it Results were startling am now on the road to Ttcoery- and owe all to Dr Kings New Dss covery It surely saved my life This great cure is guaranteed for a throat and lung diseases Jy a druggists Price see and ioo- trial bottles free t COBB WILL SOT BUN J Ten Cobb of Richmond Ky Bounty attorney of Madison was in the city this morning on business Mr Cohla name has been quite prominently mentioned in J connection with the Democratic nomination for Congress in the Eighth district A Lender reporter asked him for an interview on this point Rumor has it Mr Cobb thatI you will hea candidate for in the Eighth to succeed the Hon G G Gillett will you make the race Not lithe court knows itselftreplied Mr Cobb with a merry twinkle in his eye fear I have been too much alrea h I 13tooelected County Attorney of Madiic IDaijorityit was to this that he evidently ntferred Will Madison your home county instruct for the Hon Harvey Helm of Lincoln continued the Leader mmiIt will unless Madison has a1 candidate and r hardly think that probable J have understood that Gilbert and Moore have been trying to bring out a man in Madison to prevent the delegation being instructed fo Helm hut their efforts have so far been unsuccessful Who has the nest of the race so far as you see ii1 dlylIadiwuIcounty has always dictated the nomination audlif its delegation sentimentIthe past years when Madison hadn couldtcouut on Lincolns support As- g aniustance r her loyalty look how she stood by McCrearj Now that Lincoln has a candidate it is no more than right that we should reciprocate the courtesy Is it a fact that when Mr Gil bert ran two years ago he promised that he would not again make the race I cannot say I have heard this statement attributed to him He is now serving his third term and many of the leading politicians who supported him in bis other races think he should step aside and give other aspirants a chance Madison ounty feels kindly towad Mr Helm the Lincoln county entry 111i ItItlocated in Richmond Yes you may say that it looks very much ike Helm and if he is nominated he will win in a walk Lexing ton Leader RELIEF IN ONE MINUTE One Minute Cough Cure gives elief in one minute because it kill he microbe which tickles the niu ous membrane causing the cough nd at the same time clears the phlegm draws out the inflamatlon ind heals and soothes the aTecte- parts One Minute Cough CUTe strengthens the lungs wards ofT pneumonia and is a harmless and never failing cure in all curable cases of coughs colds and croup One Minute Cough Cure is pleas ant to take harmless and good alike for young and old Sold by Chas C Davis the druggist olp portune time to pay up they will find it just nowso far as we are I concerned We are especially anxious for some who have neglected setyour smiling face now MYSTERIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES One was pale pale a sallow an WhenceJ1thee New Life Pills to maintain it By gently arousing the lazy organs they compel good digestion and head off constipation Try then Onlyz5c at all druggists eWith the engineer asleepand an inexperienced firennn on duty a Baltimore and Ohio freight train rau twenty miles on the wrong BIte train was bound for New Albany i NEWS ITEMS 1iie iii lloctoaausd aossof IOOeoI SIIIsirs rrRon- is the true solution of the 1tpioblem A fire in Cincinnati SltllrclavI night destroyed pmjwity 300000 J Wash jadani3 a aril known layer of Whiiesiursr Ky inits teriouJy inissiiig Sir William Mnlock K C M G M P Postmaster General of Can will visit Louisville soon A movement is alrca ls ou foot at Cleveland Ohio for the erection of memoriul to Senator Hanna A five year old daughter of D M Mullens of Morehrad fell in fire and and was burned to death London beer makers send among the people of time poorer districts canvasstrs who sell on time instal plan The will of the late Gov John Young Brown was admitted to pro bate at Henderson His estate is estimated attsoo- Because she refused to marryI him Will Laning shot aud Emma Buegler at Ripon Wis committed suicide The Post oflice depietment has begun a crusade against the printing of objectionable advertisements and stories in newspaper Tom Mann and John Fairchild negroes escaped from their cell scaled the walls of the Frank nightluest Monday night at a ban ttndingladdress Twentyfive men women and childred were killed and many others injured by the explosion of dynamite on the Southern Pacific railroad at Jackson UlahIHeart disease and nervous prostration are almost unknown among isIa pa eeseIAn Adamless Eden sort ofa bank is projected for New Cit It is to be capitalized YorkI officered by women and will the of women exclusive IIndllced the quill or the father pen The first steel pen was made in the latter half of the eighteenth cents ry and the first gold pen in the first half of the nineteenth century A dispatch from Port Arthur says the fiirst laud encounter oc current Friday A picket of Cossacks attacked a small detachment of Japanese troops on Korean ter itory The Cossacks captured game Japanese prisoners on whom they found maps and papers The collision was presumably between genedgalt engagement not expected loon diately The funeral of Senator Marcus A Hanna toot place Friday after noon at St Pauls Episcopal church in Cleveland A multitude of peo pie surrounded he church admit lance to the services being by card The funeral eulogy was delivered by Bishop Leonard after which the body was deposited in a vault at Lakeview cemetery All business was suspended in Cleveland during the hours of the funeral and tea on all steam and electric roads was- e stopped for five minutes as a mark ofrespect BETTER THAN GOLDI I was troubled for several years with chronic indigestion and tierv JGreenhol Lancaster N II Xoremealy helped me until I begun lining lilce trio Bitters which did me more goodthapalltbe medicines I evei used They have also kept irij wife in excellent health for years s judit 5t they are a grand tonic and invigor ator for weak run down women No other medicine can take its gin ourfamily Try them Oa- he Soy with a guaranteed satisfaction Sold by all druggists a k unOWN flCeS Qo c I 1201t8 + t b4AAf 179t 120 i r 3 rV JDONT For and the Vici Kid For Si 50 and Si 75 of all and For Mens work Shoes on earth A large line bestIkinds of Shoes at low All Dry Goods at COST fJir uorget our SiEcrAii 1 Ox HATS Beat Earth eont1 let line of Staple and LtCoffee J 2 cents We yill pay highest market price for lit lewd pnduer l1iilf = and fah Dont fail to call us Yours for fair deal L H Ceni Mdse Ky JOHN n CAn n 0 I LIo A CANDIDATE FOR APPEIIATK JUDGK THIS DISTRICT Hon John D Carroll of New tawsyen in tho State has announced as this District subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr leglll rolls friendsespetiallyin the profession have for a long time desired to see him on the bench of the highest court in the State He has held several offices of trust and honor and in all of them acquitted himself with credit When quite 11 young man he served two terms the Legislature was a member of the Constitutional Convention and one of the throe commissioners appointed by the Governor to revise the statute laws the State to con form to the changes madethe constitution and was for three years chairman of the Democratic Stole Central Committee He is KentuCkyIKentucky Statutes law books that in general use add that may be found in the office of every lawyer in the State A titan of high in tegrity great industr with an ex tensive and accurate knowledge oC the law and in the prime of life his large circle of friends believe he would make a splendid judge Ti mblc Democrat WEAK AND LOWSPIRITED A thus describes his experience 1 can strongly recommend HerhilttYasa medicine of remarkable efficacy for indiges tion loss of appetite sour taste in the mouth palpitation headache drowsiness fter meals with dis tr sing mental depression and low tlspirit5 Herbine must be a unique for cases such as mine remOedlItheir money on V when Herbine fs procurable au icso cheap soc a bottle at Chas Davis drugstore Marks Second Thought It on a time train somewhere between New York and the West Mark Twain was travelingibetween towns Ion a lecture tour anvil a friend had been drawing the humorist out on the subject of his experiences Wnutsuitofaudiencesht asked do you like best Who in you opinion makes the most responsive and listener Col lege men replied Mark after a moments thought = college men and convicts II 0 of ry c JT Joj + P t 4 and at C itl ri P s 9 6rJATIlto on A always on a OK of are C FRANKFORT KY Feb 19rhe principal feature of the work of the House Thursday as told in these dispatches was the passage of the Day bill the coeduca lion of the races which measure effects only Beres College in Madi son county That is the only co racial institution in the State and after this ession it will have to- make provision for a separate color ntIipro which is sure to the Senate and signed by the The House passed the bill by a vote of 75 to 5 Seven Repnbli cans voted for it after was mend ed so as to permit the same man agement to conduct two separate schools for negroes and one for whites provided they are twen tyfive miles apart The law wil l tint go into effect until after July 15 Several did not vote- COMMON SCHOOL TKKM The House completed the work of making effective so fai as the General Assembly is concerned the change to a six mouths term for the common schools Several days ago the Senate passed the House bill changing the apportion ment of the Sheriffs revenue so as to provide twentysix and one hal cents for time school fund The House passed the Senate bill chaug ing the school term to six months and the two bills are now ready for the Governor Count J onnA Creighton has given property in Omaha worth 250000 without reserve to Creigh ton Universtv Ayers nature three helps and nearly every case of card sumption will recover Fresh air most of all Cherry Pectoralfood conies next Then a medicine control the cough and heal the lungs Ask any good doctor frrAnt wr tIIITh + t MnrtL I I cosa ntarrtle + usctaer-eea ennt tt 11 ncrnrnLinti rALFYtiP HAHn dtrrletta IIeU JcT1mCO Consumption I Health demands dully action of bowels Aid QqinineTnl M r I NIF Published Every Friday vt Ladies 250 275 Shoes made very best All sizes Ladies Shoes choice 100 pairs sizes widths 150 Values very prices Livingston inR correspondent sympathetic Mens Boys Suits Wholesale Cost DAVIS LEGISLATURE prohibiting GovernorI one Republicans lGive important Nourishing Aprn naturewithAyersPlll lIF IIILL LivingIston was up one Mr and Mrs James Meadows laud chilJren spent n few days in Mt Vernon last week with friends Mr and Mrs Gee ChildrcsB and Mr Joe Frost went to Bertha last Saturday to attenJ the wedding of Helen Frost Miss Frost has many friends here who wish tier much happiness Much to the regret of her frieuds Miss Margarett Clark returned to her home in Louisville Saturday accompanied by her cousin Miss Elizabeth Sympson who wit make ia visit of several days there Pine Mill school hou e was vecl ed and j tmmecl to overflowing Wednesday night to hear Seat ISrnwn Soanl the Ventriloquist formsome time with his donkey dolls and ventriloquism and while the crowd were so pleased with the fun and merriment he gave a very teresting temperance talk which was listened to with wraps alien it ion There is 1101 singing teacher here who has begun his third class and the young people are making very creditable progress as they should under as com petent tutor as Mr Crotner Dr Samuel Amador Panamas first President into office Saturday IF your Druggists have nrt rat DR ROGERS RHEUMATIC REMEDY in stock we will send you two bottles by express charges prepaid for100 Remember this REMEDY is guaranteed to cures Mention this paper when writing ahTo Cure a Cold in One Day a Cares Crip 1 IIM Two Days Oft every i MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY FEBRUARY 26 1904 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRiGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application ICON J L 3LOOIIK Of Merver is for Con 11tDemocratic party Your viijipnrti earflcst solicited The trial of A C Adams at Cyn thiana Monday on the charge of swearing falsely in the Jett White trial resulted in a sensational confession by the defendant Adams told the jun thru he was induced to testify in behalf of Jett an White through bribery and threats on his life coming through George Bowling His statements implicat ed James Hargis Ed Callahan and R F French He was given one year in the pennitentiary It has been known by the general public from the very hour that Marcum was assassinated that there weie more than one or two men connected and the ones at whose door suspicion has placed the guilt will we trust before mary ino- r b lithethis terrible crime The just re ward for which should be a dan gle at the end of a good hemp rop SCRAPS 0 JET Twinkle twinkle little diamond Up above the poor so bi hILike a star set in the sky Oft Id thank you for your spark For I could by your twinkling blaz For myself make many a raise And mingle with the wealthy sage r Horseradish is scarce and hig r iItt Chance for an inventor of horseless radishIs this a rush order the manager of the canned inquirtdI It amounts to the sane said the foreign traveling agent its a Russian order 1Thetrue genius to be a poet laureate asked the tourist No answered the English hard Not genius courage HIt may be because ram natu rally ofa nervous temperament remarked the Genial Idiot but whet a man looks fixedly at umbrella I carry I am filled tbeJ vague unrest To every oue there comes in life a great turning point for good or evil and this is generally brought about by some crushing sorrow Not Even the ClockMrs B conWhat was the matter wit your last cook Wouldnt she mind you Whiseven m clock The wouldbe atheist is to believe in a God when t thunders roar when the lightning strikes or when the earth quakes Rev John F Noll in Columbian The lady with the sourgrapes cast of countenance had called to see him on a matter of business He is engaged said the office boy What of itshe snapped dont want to marrv him Climatic Desperation First it snows and then it thaws And then a rain is brewing And then the doctor has you and You dont care what its doing We want a man for our inform tion bureau said the manager but he must be one who can answer all sorts of questions and n lose his head Thats me re plied the applycaut Im the father of eight children It You look run down I am run down I havent sle a wink for two nights Ive be Ermw suffering from a carbuncle I ask where it On my husbands neck Mrs Noobride The surest proof that a man loves his wife is when he buys her everything site wants Mrs ElderbrideNot at all The surest proof is when he buys her everything she wants and doesnt growl about it r J u If anybody has lost their off overshoe they con havethe same by applying to Fred Mess It is also reported that two outer pair are missing but Fred can only be heM for one overshoe Anybody hav ing overshoes that dont belong to them will kindly leave them at thi office Nemaha iIa Register A darned old town hog got into the Baptist Church one day this week and chewed up a lot of hymn beeks and their organ cover We pokeIhealth inspector oIatSneedville- Tenn You Times think you can see through a milestone because you are built around a hold said the Ggure8 doughnut to the round one Oh go long said the rounder you are all twisted IHer OpnonDo yonawwe 1ally believe that a woman can make a fool of any man asked Mr Sauf lIe if nature doesnt ger the Istart of her answered Miss Cutting says he dreamed as e w making a great speech last night and got so wrought up that he tumbled out of the bed I see said the friend you took the floor supposereyour son ke most of the young men of the present day is looking forward with a great deal of eagerness to his patrimony theneaint any Irish blood in our family at all Josiahs folks all came from Massachusetts and Im from Jersey stack- ConundrumsWhat dues a cat othei animal hay IKitteusVhy is an old ian like a dogs tail Because they are both infirm Why is a beehive like a bad potato A beehive is a btholder a beeholder is a spectator caterhThey had been discussing babys ears eyes and nose tAn I think its got its fathers hair said the joyful young mother Oh is that whos got it I noticed it was missing And as the tall girl with the suave manner said this the mother looked du biouslv at her An Eastern woman has prepare a paper for the instructiou of her sisters entitled How a Woman May Save Herself While Shopping Statistics gleaned during the last twenty years proves that a woman hardly ever saves anything else while shoppin- gVannieYes he declared that he was willing to go to the ends of the earth for me MaudeAlldwhat did you say NannieI told him it would b just as satisfactory to me and muc gao lthomeand he went New 10 counterfeit bill caube detected only by the feel Wond er if it feels like 30 cents when de levied VD Howells the novelist ha auimbeto tom out with a neat retort When Mr Howells was Consul to Venice a very lean and long American sat d to him one day jocosely If were as fat as you Id go and hang myself Vellsaid Mr How ells if I ever take your advice Ill use you for a rope 1Better If He Were WorseMy husbandcomplains the wife i so puritanical He does not believe in theaters dancing card playing clubs or any of the modern forms of amusement Indeed murmurs the confidant But soothingly you should re member that you took him for bet ter or worse ofIknow and I cant help think ing how much better it would be if he were worse Senator Allison of Iowa famed for his conservatism and his com partyP a evenenthe game had been served and the glasses filled several times an admirer of the Senator came over to him put his hand on the Senatorial shoulder and said Between sobs Allison if you had ever in your life hit a man a good stiff punch in the slats and called him out of his naive a few tim s you would have beenpresident of these United States i j t CoijHnt Hluff hintItright as tunny aid Uncle Hosea telling of the orchestral concert A smart aleck look in feller set in the middle an all ter once the little man at the end o the line hit the gig drum n sassy rapVell littlsstick at the drummer an u ha dtec he do tnt hit her up agin jes thle man y vldnt take no back talkor Path r no ordersfrom the smart alec Lespitee sef to say catch it he didnt quit Yes sir I gloried in his sounk if was little An at the end o Iltc tare he whooped it up on tha harder than ever A little clan fur nerve every time It ARE YOU RESTLESS AT NIGHT And harassed ba bad coug Use Mallards Horehouud Syrup it will secure you sound sleep and ef curej25C WIVES VS SCIENCE Iverslty ProfeniurH Annert The Mi rrlc l Life Prevents the Proper Application to Study Eight bachelor professors of the Northwestern university faculty re fuse to agree to Dr William R Harpers definition of the Ideal college professor They present strong arguments in favor of the single state of the university structor Three declare they have no contemplation of marriage viewing sucIexample of the bachelor professor at he Evanston institution of learning aid sciencve sowrappe d ip in his work that he has no time to give to the details of married existence A scientist must give all his attention to his subject if he would be successful To raarry would mean to divorce oneself partially from his science believe have been more successful because of ray single state Prof A V E Young who is dean he unmarried professors said Dr Harpers theory is unsubstanti ated by the past examples of scholars In the middle ages a scholar was a re clue who shut himself up in his morn learnlndnays ccg to the teacher and scholar believe that domestic life vcbs a uni varsity professor of much cf his fnthusi ism in his work Prof O P Long said hNorthwestern UIi1uilrIedbroadening in its effect on the mind and sFdI e sf the uiiireiFity teacher rIND WANDERING A DISEASE IIr ChfeRIO1IU The disease of mind wandering Sns a phrase used by President Hat erot the Chicago university the Jther day In a talk to the treahmen Vnojit students who naturally appear treble to concentrate their attention nn any subject By natural endowment there aro mineepeeshe Marked by inability to concentrate tention Some young men and young omen come to us able to read eight or ten pagesto really read and keep heir minds on the subject others can read only five and still others cannot read a pogo and peep their attention concentrated on the subject These are affilcied with mind wandering Since the university was established our men and four women of whose ases I know have found it necesaary accounte or his failing But it is a habit of mind which can cured Every one cf you has a wit 3y exerting your will power you can minId Dr Harper wanted each freshman to do some self analysis classlfyhimself and then act to develop himself as the Analysis shows need One of our professors says he can fudge character by handwriting with out making a mistake said Dr Har er T do not believe that but you an teil something about character a hat way LIGHTNINGS QUEER PRANK Paint Image of StJurr no Mirror theuoetetton Takes Place Durl c Storm on Tenneu ce nivcr On an ordinary circular mirror about two feet in diameter in a screen in a sa oon in Decatur Ala Is the picture of a svgs Tennessee river steamer Just iow the picture came to be on the mirror is a mystery The picture can only be accounted for in this way A few months ago the mir ror was taken to Decaturon a steamboat rom Chattanooga It was on the lower deck the tare turned toward the water On the trip a heavy storm raged at night and the lightning was vivid During the storm another stcacer gassed and just as tt was oars nga vivid Rash of lightning reflected the jm8 ItJthe passing steamer In the glass supposed that the lightning photo graphed the image of the steamer on he face of the looking The picture was only glassjlayaago by accident by proprietors did not elng there before The pciiirc will not grub or wash oft f jtJass a THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lrsox in the International Series forFebruary 2818QRearsa sad DeesS e the Wo THE LESSON TEXT 72129I unto Me L ord Lord shall enter into the Kingdom of Heaven but he that doeth the will ot Sty Father which fa la Heaven llany yrlll say to Me In that day tLord Lord have we not prophesied In Thy name and In Thy name have cast out devil and In Thy same done many won Uerrul narksr Ieyou ye work iniquity thesekliken him unto a wise man which built his ouse upon a rock And the rain descended and the floods came and the winds blew and beat upon that house and It fell vat for It was sounded upon a rock wnlasslikened unto a foolish man which built Us house upon the sand floodstthat house and it Jell and great was the fall of It And it came to pass when Jesus had ended the sayingH the people were aston Ifhed at His doctrine at For He hayln rhovanudnothearerotilylaslrna OUTLINE OF SCRIPTURE SECTION Jesus Withdrawal to Seashore Matt 121321 Jesus VithdrawaltoSeashoreMark 37 Choosing of the e51att102Choosing cf the Tn elceJlark31S19Ohooslng or the eLuke 61216 Sermon on the tmntMatt 5181ISermon on the 3tottrtLukeUTl3T1MK Summer of A D part of The Year of Public Favor PLACE Not a mountain but the eleva tion which overlooks the sea of Galilee NOTES AND COMMENTS Matt 72123 Jesus had just beenI warning His followers against false teachers They were to be known lie said by their fruits But there might be false disciples as well as false teach ers and false notions of what it meant to be a true disciple In these verses Jesus shows how tremendously serious and thoroughgoing a thing it is to be a Christian got every one that saith unto JJe notIdOIingrespect admiration belief that His teachings are high and true but a per son can have all those feelings about Christ without actually living the Christ- life Enter into the Kingdom of Heaven The kingdom of Heaven as it is on earth Jesus was not primarily training people to follow Him out of this world but to follow Him in this world But he that doeth the will of accomopanied by doing is natural and right without it it is a hollow mockery Jesus had been telling what Gods will was In that day The great day of judgment announced by many prophets and expected by all the Jews Did we not prophesy Did we not reach New Testament prophecy was preaching ratites than predicting future vent By thy name cast out demons ate Great showy works imitating he external deeds cf Christ Himself reaching and perhaps making converts and yet not living a life governed by he principles laid down in this hillside terIconIteaching the world has seen Some of these lofty ethical teachings have been xpressEd by the founders of the great world religions but always hopeless ly mixed with the darkness of heathen ism We need not say that the world religions were all false for they were lot but Jesus teaching was all true Hcareth these words of mine and tooth them The hearing without the ioing would make one worse rather han better Shall be likened unto a sise man Jesus does not say a good nan but a sensible man The wise nan took care what foundation he wilt upon realizing that the building of a house was a serious matter and je3tsoe built right from the foundation up Heareth these words of mine and tooth them not This mans unities were as good as the otherI nit he neglected them did not realize he importance of a sound foundation its mistake was not in selecting a tad foundation but in taking no bought of foundation In beginning o build haphazard and anywhere on oose sand near the bed of a mountain orrent Bruce The result is a oundation just as worthless as if a ad one had been purposely chosen house built on the sand will stand n fair weather The foundation Jesus las been speaking cf is one that will tand the tests of the storms of life Vs 29 As usual the impres ton made by the great Teacher was trcmentouBand the distinctive thin about it was as In a recent lesson that He did not quote authority but spoke His own convictions dissects from His own heart and from God Those who heard Him felt that what He said was authoritative 5peap Point They only rule who scorn all ridicule No wrong path can lead to a right end Honor leads back on the background of humility gtoBetter to bs Gods little child than the 11Thewhen Christ is the motive torceaThere are many things In which our jjThemission thioItp1e man needs Rams Horn Your Liver Is it acting well Bowels IfIIWant your moustache or beardwa beautiful brown or rich k BUCKINGHAMS DYE tort w rcoaRrrlwrnrrma t M r re r rM nimmmnimmminmmmmmimmiiinifnmmmmtnnimminf te IOur Rrsf AnnuaT Clean Up Sale I I WWII I All must be of We Sic 6c to 12ic now at 1 10 1 wide 90cts a II WEIR readyforwinter goods disposed quickly appealofferingBest Outing Canton Flannel atCostgoing Cotton Blankets ShirtWaists reducedroomforofMensand childrens Clothing at reduced prices J C HOCKER COt Livingston Kv l lLlllilllllllllltlllLIlillllllllllllllltll111t11llllllllll ltltUllUtlllll QUAIL Job M Brown has begun work on his house again W H Brown is in this part this week looking for stock T J Nicely sold to the widowi Ramsey a mare for about Sroo Farmers are getting badly behind in this part on account of bad weather The Range stove men are still canvassing this section and making some sales Mrs M C Owens of the Freedom sectiou has been very sick of and Bud Stringer tasted for Indiana a few days since tn a bu gyIn this everal new cases Mrs G W Brown of the Free dom section is somewhat improv ng in health at this time AG and J M Craig bought of W G Proctor a mare at 60 and old to J P Sowder a Mule for 85 Wm Wallen attended Lancaster ourt Monday and traded J J Thompson a good pair of mules BADLY HURTEld J L Davis if Pulaski county fell off of the op of his house last Thursday and badly bruised It was thought or a while that the hurts were la at but the doctors now think that te will possible recover He was working on his house when a plank gave way and the accident occur ed Drs Southard and Isaacs ire the attending physicians C0NiYAT- Conway is still here like a knot on a log The boys Pre beginning to get gentle since the grand jury ad journedI emIplorest badly crippled this week by getting a fastened in an old stable Stock feed is getting very scarce J in this section and the price is climbing up oil whats left Two cases of smallpox was ported here last week but we are glad to say it y as a mistake Mrs J H Sigman who has been on the sick list for some tune Voet outgagain George Ketron is putting up aS gristmill on his farm near this Placea which will be very convenient to his neighborhood- U S Berry had a wood chopping one slap this week and an old time dance at night All had a jolly time and plenty to eatCMr P S Calahan who got hPburned with all its contents few days ago has gone to Knox county to spend a few weeks with daughtersWm an old time farmer who keeps up with the weather pretty well says we are not apt toH have much more bad weather for some time after February 27th We hope he is right Dave Martin of Brush Creek has moved here and will run a board ing house in connection with his farm Jas Wood will no longer boarders on account of his ife Mrs Ida Waod who is in bad healthConways famous water is being ii shipped to different partRt9r the I n 7n w aNNuNNsNNeeG- O lit TO JONAS MCKENZIE MT VERNON KY for Everythiji in Dry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes and General Merchandise PRICESPhone 4 C 3C GOC XrGRANVILLE OWENS1U- NDERTAKER i Brodhead Ky S B Fresh Meats ofall Kinds Give us a trial and if the please you tell others if not tell ns delivered in any part of town in basement opposite Coirfc house country This water is said to be by those who use it a splendid remedy for liver and kidney troub lIes also for rheumatism Mr Har Chenault expects to fix the live up in good ships this spring that those who come here to get benefit of the water can have some enjoyment The R R Co is preparing to do lot of work on the track between tldie gad Boones Gap this spring J Wood our accommodating agent at this place says as soon as this work is completed this will be made a trunk line from one side of the world to the other Jim is well posted in railroad busines and knows how it will be runWt are have an express office at this point in the course of ten days which has been badly needed for time J J Wood has been agent ROlfS THIS Wo ofler 000 Reward for any case ol Catarrh that cannot be oared by Hulls tarrh Cure FJ CHENEY iToledo Ohio We the undersigned have known FJ for the last years and believe him ctl honorable in all business transac and finaucinlly able to carry out any obligations made by their Stun West Truax Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio Waldin Rinnan Jt Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio Hulls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting direuily upon tile blood and mucous erfaces of the 1Illem Testimonials tent tree oc act bottle Sold by all Druggists alls Family Pills are the best The Racine Wis Ins me A out in safetICASTORIAFer Infanta and Children IN KIM Yw Han Atop BMtft itiera the J pgtule of Telephou Coins All Mail FULL Fill LISEI bIL7 RAMSEY For MEAT SHOP c1estroYedlbv THE LEGISLATURE Both branches of the Legislature adjourned Friday till Tuesday out of respect to the memory of Representative Harry P McDonald who died Tuesday night in Louis v ill though the Senate remained passedIate uassed a bill authorizing the Stteto appeal in misdemeanor cass in order to have the law gov ernng the caes certified by the Court of appalls It also passed a bill increasing by 2000 the annu al allowance for the carrying out of the Pure food law A test vote on the attiBerea Coplege Bill was had on the resolution of Senator Burnham providing for a commit tee cf Senators to visit the college and investigate its work The res olution was overwhelmingly defeated Bill passed To require co partnerships and joint stockcom panies to designate an agent in this State upon whfem process maybe served to authorize any county to issue bonds to build turnpike and gravel roads when such bond issue is indorsed by a vote of the people lo increase the annualapyropria tiou to have products inspected and analyzed from 7500 to 10 00 KentuckyIwages of a laborer from attachment The only child in the United States who can boast ofa great Davidisides with his parents Mr and Mrs Milton Chambers at Bushnell Ill This grandmother thrice removed is Mrs Nancy C Bond of Warren c muty Ill She is now in the ninetyseventh year of her age although her remarkable possession tgivesheyou much sager r IriMTYFRXO JL FEB 1901 zs Call up No 7q when you WanttoCnmmuni cote with SIGNAL 791 r fuI Co TIME TABLE 24 north 1206 p m 26 north i37 a m 3 south 129 p ir 5 S uth h 113 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phon No 58 rtcredattheMtVernr Pet aacLee toad aattef PERSONAL B F Sutton is very sick Conn Brown is on the sick list Dick Welchs children have measles Sber Mullius was reportedver sick yesterday Mrs Georgia Rice is numberer among the sick Harry Chasteen moved to th country Wednesday Hon W A B Davis was a home from Frankfort Sunday Mrs Jane Bloomer is visiting her sister Mrs Matilda Houk Jack McMullin who had his leg broken some time ago is about able to be out again Mr and Mrs W H Hranuatr are visiting Irand Mrs Green Bryant at Corbin Cashier W L Richards and little son Ramie are in Gallatin county this week Mr Hugh Robinson of Indian apolis is here visiting his daughter Mrs V R Beck Luther Manors wife and two daughters are suffering from a se verenttack of the grip Mr and Mrs U C Baker visit ed relatives at Livingston aitf Mullins Station this week Mrs George Brown of Freedom who has been so low for a nf time is considerably better Mrs Mae Seely was on Wednesdays afternoon train enroute to Wilton to see her sister Mrs Neil Mesdames Sallie Williams and CJeo Brown are in Cincinnati buying their Spring stock of Millinery Clay Gentry came home from Lebanon Junction Sunday very tick He has been having hemor agesJ H Dunn W C Mullins and R A Whitehead were visitors from our neighboring towns yes terdayH Bastin a rising young e lectrician of Lancaster was here this week looking after the tele phone lines- County Attorney L W Bethur um will attend the Knight Tem plars Conclave at San Francisco summerWade wife has been very low for several days and the doctors say there is no chance for recoveryWade was here Wednes day and told us that his father Buck Varnon was very sick and had been for over a month Tyree Gen try was slightly bruis ed up about the head by a train in the Lebanon Junction yards a few days siuce He is not serious R B Mullins left Wednesday for a trip through the Eastern part of the State Reubin represents a good house and is doing a nice businessW Carson the Brodhead painter was here this week closing some contracts for work One of the buildings he has is Vm Poyn ters residence P D Black son of the Hon James D Black of Barbourville passed through Wednesday enroute home from Louisville where he had been to take the Knight Templars degreeElmer Locbleiter is a number one railroad man said another employe to us a few days ago JTmer is not afraid of work and that is what it takes to make a good railroaderMr one of the Knox county oil men for whom Miss Ida May Adams worked when she was in Barbourville was here Wednes day to see if she would again ac cept her old position1 She will probably accept LOCAL willISunday Read elsewhere in this issue the advertisement of Granville Owens undertaker Brodhead Judge Jarvis expects to hold a hree weeks term of court in Mayo as to clear the docket Rev J A Sawyers will lecture at the Methodist church Brodhead Text Thursday night March 3rd IW understand that W R Mc lure has rented Dr John M Wil iams property and will start a ho elIA new post office riiI be established at Fish Smiths store Shout half between here and WidieIronday1foelIullinF A J Fish Bought the stock of roods of W II Chasteen The stleof the firm is the Mt Vernon jrocery Co The foundation for the new brick plant which is being put in it Cooks Siding alone will cost something over 4000 C M Cummins has taken charge n the basement and in a short ime will be prepared to supply thoroughly the wants of the hun gryJohn R Palmer has tendrcd his esignation as cashier of the Citi v us Bank and will be succeeded ty McCalla FitzGerald London temocrat If you have a farm you want sold report same to the Rockcastle Real Estate Co and it will be looked titer E S ALBRIGHT Gen Mang The Idol and Burke boys who were indicted for breaking into aI box car and taking a number of ihtngs at Livingston are in jail being unable to give the 250 ond Th dies of the Baptist church et with Mrs M Pennington on it Tuesday afternoonand organ ul The Ladies Baptist Home Mission Society They will meet at he homes of the different members ach Tuesday They meet with Sirs Richards next time Miss Julia Williams daughter of Mr J T Williams of London end Mr Charles Lord Washington D C were married last Monday at the home of the bride They left immediately after the ceremony for Washington where they will mane their future home Johu Fox Jr the young author and magazine writer of Big Stone Gap Wise County Va has ac cepted an offer to go to Japan for Scribners Magazine in connection with the war in the Far East He bat present in New York whenct he will soon sail for the Far East Mr 11 W DeBoard age 76 died yesterday morning at six oclock at his home near Level Green For several months he had been very low and the news of his death came as no surprise to bis many friends The burial will take place this afternoon at the Mt Pleasant grave yard AFTER MANY YEARSI Jim Gilla negro uljail at Newcastle on a charge ofmurder after being a fugitiv fo nine year- FIe is responsible forks separat- coach law in KentuoKy Pfe fired ot a negro on the L N train andstruck a beaatiful young lad and this causeu the passage of the Jim Crow bill The electric light franchise for furnishing lights to the town of London for the next ten years was sold at public auction Monday and EberleinImer will be associated with Mr Eberlein and these three will con stitute the company It is thought that the plant will be installed and in operation within the next ninety daysMountain Democrat An effort is being made by number of local capitalists to startup a creamery here with milk sta tions at Houstonville McKinney Crab Orchard Maywood and Ly As there is no such enterprise in this section of county there is every reason to believe that it will succeed vigorously pushed Interi or JournalIt to us that such an enterprise would be no mistake in vi t this county 91 iZ Andrew Buckhanan died at Crab Orchard Monday morning at 2 oclock of consumption aged 27 About two years ago Mr Buckhau an realized that he had the terrible disease and went West for his health but realizing no benefit front climate and knowing that he must die returned a few weeks ago to his old home to Tend his last hours The burial to ik place with Masonic honors Tuesday ternoon in the Crab Orchard ct m eteryMARRIEDMr Green Bryant of Corbin and Miss iVae Coffey daughter of Mr and Mrs Lee Coffey of near Wildie were mnri ed Wednesday at the home of the officiaIcompanied by Mr and Mrs W H is Brannaman came to Mt Vernonf and took the afternoon Cochin where will make their CIfuturea tends to them its heartiest con gatuatlonsIfrom Livingston on Feb R E Goodloe of Whites Str tiou Ky is in this city with ttb intention of organizing a bank The proposition is meeting witimuch favorable comment and it hoped it will meet with iIAt present it is necessary for businessmen here to go to StallI ford Mt Vernon or l banking purposesI or not we can not say but in thIevent it should is there business in the county to supper two banks A movement is on foot at Yellow Springs near Xenia 0 to move Berea College from Kentucky to the Ohio town Owing to the fight in Kentucky over the ming iug of the races at Berea College President Frost has expressed the determination to do as he pleases even at the expense of moving the institution John Bryan a wealthy farmer near Yellow Springs and a warm friend of Antioch College where blacks and whites are educated together has offered a large thcloBerea of Yellow Springs has been formed and steps will be taken to raise the noney needed if President Frost sill agree to the moveaSays an exchange The moun tams of Kentucky afford queer names of streams peaksI tows and villages but perhaps none ore more remarkable than Kingdom Come and Why Not The first of v these is the name of a stream in Leslie county is taken from the Lords Prayer and is the scene of Johu Fox Jrs recent storyLitt- le Shepherd of Kingdom Come The second is the name of aa small post office in the county and originates from the old song J Why Not Tonight It is said that an interesting religious revival was once held in this locality at which this song was sung a great deal And the people became so carriedaway with the music that the place was ever afterward called Why Nolx DrIfor years has gotten into serious trouble according to the following CountsaeoeDr R Goldstein came here for the purpose of practicing his pro chargye withreprehensible conduct at the Circuit Court following he was indicted for detaining a wo man against her will A short time after the true bill had been returned Dr Goldstein was arrest ed at Glasgow on a bench warrant sent from the Adair Circuit Circuit He gave bond in the sum of five hundred dollars for his appearance at the present term last Thursday being the day set for his trial The doctor arrived in due time and re mained here until Wednesday night when he left going in the di caseawas next day and the bond forfeited Persons who converged r with Goldstein while here are sat theema a few hours before he took his departure It is our understanding that the gentlemen of Glascow who were on his bond are now trying to locate him It is the general opinion here had be gone into trial be would have been given a term iu the jitenjliary pent jfqW r L1T1NGSTOX Ed Woodall is on the sick list A N Bentley is iu Corbiu this week Mr and Mrs Ed Shea are in Louisville Born to Mrs Thos Cameron a little daughter Miss Cora Adams bes entered school at Mt Vernon Miss Julia Dickerson has return ed to her home at Falmouth Master Walter Brovning returned Miss home from Crab Orchard Helen Singleton i Visiting leer aunt Mrs J Ii Singleton Miss Jmil Reynolds nf larets burg is the guest of Mrs George Reynolds Mrs James Parsons of Widiet visiting the James McGaire and oho Walton families Miss Mary Dyeholt e of Iin oln countv is the gust of her rrGeo PoptlMe dines James Strange ned Walter Miller and Miss Jennie Hammond are now on the sick list Mrs John S Cooper who was quite sick at Mt Vernon was able o return home Stindiv afternoon Ia Mr and Mrs Lee Webb of Lou iwille and Mr and Mrs Satterfield f Lebanon Junetioa lure returned a tome Miss Sallie Roller of Lebancn unction returned home Monday She was the guest of Mrs Jessie Roller Misses Ina and Elizabeth Rob ells returned to Gum Sulphur Sun ray after a pleasant visit with Miss Gds Cook Miss Cordie Mullins returned to Middlesboro Thursday She was the guest of her mother firs NuJ IcWhrterISam and Harry Magee and JrsI Bessie Browning Miss Nannie McGuire returned home Tuesday after a two month visit with her sister Mrs John Shearer of Paris Mr Dee Bryant was called to Level Green this week on account the serious illness of her father r M W DeBorde who died yes- erday morning Roy Mullins met witha very painful accident in the R R yards Saturday morning by getting two lingers badly mashed He is still to attend church parties with Soards by Joe 1SBODHEAU J F Watson leas pneumonia fe er Jake Simpsons daughter has starts next Sunday for Illinois The sick ones reported last week improvingW has bought the A Sutton property John Cress was in town the first of the week looking for some hogs The family of J E Wallen will move to Tat lette Tenn in a short timeAunt Sallie Prewitt of the Hiatt neighborhood is very low with pheumonia s Newt Denney and Mac Brown of the Big Glades were here Wednesday J T powder is putting a foun dation under the Benton house The storm having set the house off the pillows inIhere if he can suit himself in a cation Dannie Owens has received his netv line of Undertakers goods which is uptodate and equal to anything to be found in many of our larger towns Andrew Sutton bought of Bailey Anderson a farm on Copper Creek consisting of 160 acres He also Bought of John Anderson a team of horses price 135 Regardless of the cold weather the wood pole and lumber business continues to move along at the usual ratf Large quantities of all are slti pled from this place Charley Hohn of Crab Orchard passed through Wednesday with a loadof seed oats purchased from J WV Moore If we had a few more such farmers as Mr Moore hoOI much better our county would be J W Turpin while sauntering around in MartinSowder Cos W B Belkna PP s tstorediscoveted Turpin turned to j J j ii f Mr Sowder and said What in the duce are you doing with Mbrris Belknapps platform The Board of Trustees of the town of Brodhead hope to be able tospend about 300 on street improvements this summer Mt Vernon although the county seat and supposed to be the best town in the county had better comedown and take a few lessons on general improvements A womau likes to be truly loved to be told so She likes some noble honorable man to be thoughtful of her kind nd considerate of her welfare When well and becomingly dressed a quite notice of it is ways appreciated She wants her husband not only be her supporter but her companion remembering that it is the kindword that often brings her ofIare always welcome A word of praisefor a nice dinner- or supper often more thin compensates her the worry and work of preparationI mere household drudge She likes to be petted occasional y but not iu public The little private pet nantes ue ery dear to womans lteartEx Consumption Salt pork ia famous old fashionedremedy for consumption Eat plenty of porkwas the advice to the consumptive 50 andioc years ago Salt pork is good if a in nI can stomach it The behind it is that fat is the food the consumptive needs most ScottsEmulsionisthemod ern method of feeding fat to the consumptive Pork is too rough for sensitive stomachs Icotts Emulsion is the most tc nedof fats especially prepared for easy digestion Feeding him fat in this way which is often the only way is half the battle but Scotts Emulsion does mote than that There is some thingabout the combination of cod liver oil and hypophos phites in Scotts Emulsion that puts new life into the weak parts and has a special action on the diseased lungs A sample will be sent free upon request Ee that this w cf a hbcl fi er fcry butt r iulion SCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl St N Y vje antI i all tJnijgtsts Tis The Comfort line Free RecMninjjr Chair Cars ON THE POPULAR Henderson Route BETWEENLOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE ST LOUIS The WESTan- dSOUTHWEST AS WE ARE THE ORIG INATORS OF FREE RECLINING CHAIR CAR SERVICE B E T TV E E N LOUISVILLE AND ST LOUIS DONT YOU RINK IT WOULD PAY IOU IN TRAM EL1NG TO GET THE HEN FRSON ROUTE HABIT IT WILL U- SAskUsAboutlti L J IRWIN Gen Passgr A1 t GLO t GARRETT Tray Passgr Ag t LOUISVIII1tKy i 0 I lJi mB lK6 Ko f1r Ilttt UfJ J J S il B nm AN ACCIDENT Ash MAY HAPPEN TO yOU So always keep in your home shop and factory a bottle officeI I parncamphFIRST AID TO THE INJURED remedyforand all hurts Paracamph will give you more satisfaction than any external remedy you ever used If it fails your money will be refunded So try it Excellent for Chapped Hands and for use after Shaving- At r- vii alt Drarcistf tae 100 BrfUtt For sale by MT VERNON DRUG C- OtcTjcRFACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS Its not sentiment that makes the most successful shots shoot Winchester Factory Loaded Shells Its the re suits they give Its their entire reliability evenness of pattern and uniform shooting Winchester- t Leader shells loaded with smokeless R VRepeaterare cheap in price but not in quality Winchester K New Rival black powder shells are the favorite R Iblackpowder load on the market on account of tshooting and rehading qualties Try either of E ithese brands and youll be well pleased They are i THE SHELLS THE CHAMPIONS SHOOT M v fr3H k PRESCRIPTION S EVERY druggist says that his drugs are pure Every drug gist says that he does not sub saysior adulterated drugs livery druggist says that he does ac curate work What is there left for us to say different from anybody else Yellwe in you to bring your prescrip tion here and see the kind of treatment YOU get in our store and notice the everything yondois pnt up just as your doctor would like to have itaC Davis jChas Mt Vernon Ky WILLIS GRIFFINPractical Undertker t and FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Ky Cani Ysvon Come and see me anything I have not got can get for you on firs train that leave the city JOR DERS by wire Promptly Filled 1Phone No 63 KnowsI i Ihe Louisville Henderson and St Louis Railway always popular Henderson Route is the LineiIIfyou have a trip in view to Evansville St Louis to any point in the West or Southwest ASK US FOR RATES And Ask Us First iIf there the reduced rates in effect on account of occasions Home Seekers or Colonists Ex Icursions we have them E MWOMACK G L GARRETT i itY Passenger Ascent Traveling lass rr Agt L J gentLouisville II WORMS m WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGESBetlnQzs2ly FK 201lu1 IIn Y tisoxea ssxxx D2lVGozXd rr M JAMES F ftALLARO ft ltwit Sold by CHAS C DAVIS Mt Vernon rt Matte I i rof Years I By H L MARRTY R P ClTrgbt J Fob sister who disliked Kate HIS for reasons best kn own to iterreif was continually saying spiteful tithe things about girls who raised senorations of young menr Tvhlch is F nrrally considered to be abom as 1ii lug a thing as one yannaI J1BtPick except to make him rather more re6tulbaraquriilly dream of Kates hIm cve and sww fate and to mak him try with orntr 5ligfla but poorer to eI that she vas 2J rose ii ngc thatrhlepfw bad IIittJI iu society before tune into ten triu or tie used o remember with a lot rn fcmmoiit how sho Bail in reality lit1 crally tralncu hits How one night vhon they were In the gar lj to 11IrImid if she hadnt suggested the 1HttIteh thnt should have pnne wILt if site cnw so close to It It iiilnt make innch Iflfereiiep Then when he was trying Iiri awkvan1n ss of an ISyearoil hDJiug If loam lr dantv it was Kae who a FIOTI him the step when his Si t 3 4tir others had given him up 13j a drr9rii1 royiut oaf And w r tr boy oho lad fulfil more Hem io dntirins s liool anti Jess o ths 4uiiK or liviiiR had opealy jf eeto4l at tIlt efforts of his spwtaeii lm font He was grateful lo Kate for all this cf courp but still sweet as site had liaca hero was a natural alt of tilt t Tteran about her which lie r seated realizing earning cats how raw hy coaijarisou had been the tattrial site its l to work upon tiM c wore tIle sort of 1iins Hick Hiojj h upon as ho rat aon acoiaarao large rnj one nmall over Ji srlons ffjnxvry Tie family ftortIfat Florida to 1t month her iiou hold goad hail 111 s wcl ia only dick was Jeff Lift hvaisc rWJiiJ trying wjih miKlt and main to nuii a rircr posjizou upon lie tatfnotcf she ArgusLoader- Uh r wcrft nr reel with Rim in ibexn lift tapwrJps In Pickia apartt withdenta heap of old inagasires on the litcanIcred table a confuse carpet of old newspapers on the floor and on a mean little coal stove a battered fee pot still sputtered On a 1hurriednuraat and hurried because there vnx nothing to linger over In the store soft coal smoked 1heed a t Ipl eold AVIIERE DIDTOU COME F wslly or sputlcrod according to thnerQuality of tile tiny lump It contained toiae iDles 1h1hble EdrButDlekabout at his surroundings with dtrIfgust It Teemed a shame thaWith Dobolaon figures of t30 per week should like a pigDonHe jarring stove door on he smoke took pu his hat over coat and pips cud with a last loop AnHLngofficeCall If for two months he had tried to show anotherS11Not a DooldsrHe clattered down the an sdazzled3detrallTUsCollidedNo apoloIIIgblindIWhy Dick Wortham Dick pulled untIer31mdlng a eyessmillafore he knew It a little snug giggedNorJjuirt was in his and ho was it hard shoutedSpeallnunder the awning out of the snow let ma look at you Where did you come fro LiIthITraIthean awful hole Kate Wish youcould Eew bareseeNEARLY FORFEITS HIS A ruuawaalmot ending started a horrible ulcer on the statelofJI JlUg Port four years it defied all ldoctors and nil reniedit But Buck leus Arnica Salve had iio trouble Ito cure him Equally g bu nts bruises kiD e ptions and equal Pti 5 r atall druggists JFmI3 FADED Oh let me see It she excl impulsively Tlc thought elm her breath away Dick stared at her He bit his lip bard See here Kate he said mean to hurt you you know pshaw you know what I m cant do it thats ell cojst yourJjlurNot this trip said Dick with cheerfulness rising at tho sense tduty done as it will in men a tiraos Brother or not youre going home young lady and Im going to take Come on believe youre ashamed of your home railed the girl Anway you dont care to take me it dont make any difference The furs were given a suggestive shrug Dick swung beside her and they were walk lu S along the white sidewalk IIWell answered Dick briefly Its awful know but Dick I wontlie ywavtl1e youre a newspaper man and its like n artists studio Xos said Dick and living room and kitchen and bedroom See here Kate He stopped and pawed the hard snow You know just as wen a yonro rtaadng there Id do any Ithh on earth for you You know it that See llcreI think too mush of you to let you do it The girl drew her wrap about her theititithDick taking the rough snow and girl daintily treading the beaten rIII3th Suddenly she stopped again Hick she said if I get Walter TJVitime Dick considered Well he said with a sigh I guess even a nineyearold brother will do Get him and come along But Ill tell you now Kate you never speak to me again after you see that place Walter didnt want 1o go much It was cold besides wonderful to late he bad his lessons to get quartos Wen yes he did n t mind Pins so very much exclaimeed the girl Arent you ashamed to bribe Ihim said Dick spreading hands before the fire you go And you cant go unless herddocs Even the chaperonage of Walter dlJI make Dick feel comfortable they ascended the bleak stairs He felt like a sneak and said muchIn a whisper How dark it is said Kate IIalmost feel the bats and mice Dick looking apprehensively bottom of the stairway bjeejrhairdid not breathe easy until door had closed behind the lree Oh Dick sold the girl That W1would thedigtorsst theIal doinceil amen cr1WmiheMUMiKate you Am a baby that I Pifjenivfcja11fancied jnlvsHe wanted to let college yell and said soIdogUssTospeSay norsMITstarted then he shrtigged his fatmenne 01Crismus Itoucated and all that remember you should never ed to buy a larger hat out made a date oration tho debates rue ledIthe sreatest nt you let It swell your fir ad peIf11DontpossesDontsup A CThatDont you tit it swell your he youve made a lot of money siblliWhensunny ownPeople entlst fieIfwillicagoCllllurpetedChance man is born too late turn hack to hate of b7Ore The chances maybe fewAtut1ar winning fame but who by gazing through Ungrateful eyes Mankind has never had Less roust for being a onmore for beins glad treatwringingEncouraged Uindntss more Or had such gifts in store phobia iFor cheerfulness IleraandQuestion of Irllewou ttmc science the ncoln Ill has proved that is cheaper that oysters siresSomatter says tIlE PeorIa Herald cript Is baled hay A fined men whose work drt occasion to consult physi CURED CONSU HvIFE IfnDyspleahe had quick consumption people YouIIur untilIdgods ro time 259 floc and roo bottles elites aUGhasCavjs drugstore t Sold d fir y E c r FFLICT01tTt Caissonbutoh Vieonctimn Curlonapeep Eczembel r orkDteraCnuedI growinhospital amongt1bridge caisson Frank Aes the sik man iu the case was brought to tho Witchramtens pains but also spotted all hadwith large blackish patches had beta in the hospital a few spots entirely disappeared The hospital physicians this strange development in tit Wirr ihe men are put under pressure in ils7rti the blood is driven entirely Irom the surface of the body and the regions of the heart icrlcsand veins become relaxed and collapse At the same time a quan tlty cf air is forced through the skin and iiccs lodgiafiit in the tissues of the fslj itself hen the men are taken from the ealKoa unless they are decompressed tery slowly the system Is unable to return to its normal condition before vrthe case the blood still remaining In the Interior of the body rushes to the surface sad tears along the veins with a fierce rush related heirs arc subjected to a strain sad in some cases fffIway csuslag the blood to cane to Eiiriaceof the body in great clots very gThedonscrertfa by the effort ol the iinprisonei air to net free at the same time Thl has a tendency to pull the veins and ar errs out of place causing dr o strcln TakeAthe ear from this cause forming a clot nl blood just inside thin ear drum Tti if slwsjs results In deafness and man 20rectiyhisGREchfst It is here that the sandhog sf the men who work in caissons are caJlcc s Ire the worst pain WThe are also attacked iu the let 1erycrus but these are the forms of risease io common and celled aeu Ihtn elves the bends because tendency one lies to double up attacked by these cramps Bleeding Stallyng will begin at the eyes yslzas gar that half an hour at St tooColonsay t hereNorthbe fewer cases of the disease So many men have been taken the Manhattan bridge caisson sutI from caisson disease that the engi are haviug trouble in getting usershto do the work E OF ANIMALS NOT LESSI J2ii2rlih Irofefcuor Kxplorte Theory RfgnrtliaK Proportions of Their Cxtinct lrcdece or f Ray Lankester of London uding lecture on extinct anti nstrated at the Royal Institution erroneous it is to suppose that llv animals are on the whole small than their extinct predecessors the mloceno strata remains titDoseat at as small a Shetland pony or a Newfoundland dayiallyof far greater size than any fossil informationInproportions Some teeth of these monsters were exhibited in con stetotion fossilteEth sues andEarlyne1thehaYab2enna into its mouth at once THEORIES OF RADIIBy nUuCanad1oulLilitles of Xevr Klement ortNew theories of radium and its as set forth by P Tarkanor the well known Russian c sircles by of the rays of the new element be possible to solve the sex en which Prof Schenck failed to lEirelardedthe powers of medicine and undatt a recent lecture before the tarySIGclaimedhads the face as a result of the rudlu ment The prince also said he ha prevented the development of hydro dogs which had been radiumIdbe revolutionized according oTnprince If quantities of radium were available as powder and other explo No Place for Snorer Utica man has been arrested an for snoring In church People dry ButclansonSundayVE YOU INDIGESTION yon have indigestion redo epsia Cure will cure you ured thousands It is curing every day evcrj hour aYouyou do try it There is no the combination of digestanls igest and rebuild at the same Kodol does both Kodol v rebuildsby tJ t VURE FORECZliMA Mv Iviby had Fczenuj so ba 111 rflliseasa fvsbs came out I flied remedies hut none do any jHrmanent gi nd until DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve a is cured the cabs ar and the little ones scalp is F ly clean and healthy atd its g beautifully again I can hot give too much praise to De Wills Witch Hazel Sake Frank Fanner Bluff City Ky In Hazel Salve look out fur origierroutaysthc nwgl Tbpuree name Eo t box everIsy S S ar 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