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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a Established i887 utpWTARLNR VOLt tlE XVII MT VERNON COUNTY KY FRIDAY MARCH 111901 m XMBEI = tii m I l 19O4IK 1 FI17 Zti7Pj I Fertilizer II Af1y15 BONE MEAL X125 Per IPounds II w E want and must sell this this season because we must have the roo IIIIBissell Chilled Plows and repairs all at low prues Eagle PontS that will improve your house Come and get YOUR price on same before buying The Year 1903 has gone and passed and we are well satisfied with our trade during that year but our trade has been growing each year and to make it better in 1904 than ever before we will give a Beautiful Picture Frame to our cash customers at the end of each month So callIbe delighted to wait on yo- uKRUEGERSONS I MT VEKNONKY U A IIJ ILeet eir mill George Owens bought a fat cow of Wm Doan for 25 A C Sowder and wife were inI this community S Stephen Proctor and family have movtd back to this part from Wil ton David Herrin has imigratcd from Indiana arid is now a native o RockcaslleIWillie Proctors two link girls of Lexington spent several day a with rdaUvcshcre Born to the wife of Bob BroughI DanlullLi own March 4 a girt Dr Proctor has a new cabinet for the post office at this place nud is also ready for business as Notary Sutton spent Saturday and Sunday near Crab Orchard and you can guess what his busi ness was Eld Wilson Somerset will fill the appointment ofj L Davis at Providence on the Secondand at Friendship on the Third John Bloomer and family and Big Joe Hasty who went to In dian Territory last fall have lately gone on to Kansas to locate Ida Poynter will soon move to Livingston to make ker future home unless she concludes to change her home into another Stringer has returned from Indiana and John Stringer Jr is in eery poor health at this time Lincoln Stringer has moved back from the mountains George Sutton will teach Union school this year P H Shorts will teach Rock Spring Miss Joan Craig the Proctor school and J M Craig will teach Poplar Grove Eld J L Davis is getting along as well as could be expected It was reported through this part last week that be was dead But this is not so and there is no indication- as to that at this time and bis doc tors say he is getting along nicely and will recover John Craig is suffering consider ally with a felon on his finger Ova Brown has been sick with ro saola r Gillis Craig is numbered with the sick Mrs Kate Cum- mins is threatened with pneumonia M F Craig is on the sick list Mrs M C Owens is better at thi writing The Range stove men have at last left this part leaving several stoves in the county and taking several bandied dollars out of the county And while the people are poorer on account of stoves we hope they are wiser which we ti think they are on the stove ques- tionr at least Wm Cummins sold to T J t1Ticely a cow tor 25 and bought plug horse at 40 of Wm Poynter M H Erowu sold to John String er a cow and calf for 30 David t hunt4ie1vnmi ii tilJ BARGAINS KRUEGER perI Elder Jr sold to Wm Doana mare for 75 George Cummins sold to Jim Myers a plug horse for 30 James Cash bought of R E BrentI5 cat tIe at 77 but have not been deliv iJA CANDIDATE FOR ApPELlATE ii nrn or THIS DISTRICT iioii John Dr Carroll of New lawj candidate for Appellate Judge in this District subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Car rolls the for a long time desired to see him on the bench ofi 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 3 young man he served two terms in the Legislature was a member of the Constitutional Convention and one of the throe commissioners appointed by the Governor to revise the statute laws of the State to con form to the changes made by the constitution and was for three years chairman of the DemocraticI State Central the editor of Carrolls Kentucky l Codes of Practice and Carrolls Kentucky Statutes law books that ate in general use and that may be found in the office of every lawyer in the State A man of high in tegrity great industry with an ex tensive and accurate knowledge of the law and in the prime of life his large circle of friends believe he wouldmake a splendid judge Trimble Democrat COCDS CAUSE PNEUMONIA One of the most remarkable cas theiof Mrs Gertrude E Fenner Marion lad who was entirely cured by the use of One Minute Cough Cute She says The coughing and straining so weakened me that I ran down in weight from 148 to 92 pounds I trie a number of remedies to no avail until I used Fourtbottles of this wonderful remedy cured me entirely of the cough strengthened my lungs and restored me to my normal weight health and strength Sold by Charles C Davis sAfter fouryear old Harold had gone to bed on Christmas eve his mother went into the room to see if he had hung up his stocking Much to her surprise she found that the little fellow had appropri ated one of hers for the ocrrasou and had attached a slip of paper on which he had printed in a bol hand one of his Suudayscobl texts tile LoRd loVvoTli a cHeaRfuLL giVvR Come ye lasses gather round Mix a bowl of cheert Fill the cup and fill it iip Toast the maids Leap Leare JBttODHEAJ doge Brown was iut Brodhead Tuesday i LhingstorrTuesday Mr John Nevius was up from Stanford this week Squire Granville Leece was in town Tuesday on business Mrs Lillie Miller and children are visiting Mrs M E Wilmott R G Wiimott called on his hest girlat Gum Sulphur Saturday last Mrs J R Cass visited her hus band in Crab Orchard Saturday and Sunday Mrs Mouser of Stonega Vatvisited Mrs J T Cherry Sunday and Mondays The parties who bought the Dunn Property moved to it the first oftheueeic Horace Benlon left Monday for St Louis where he will he gone for quite a while Miss Sallie Purc 1lwill go toI Louisville next week to buy herI millinery goods Mr Wilson Dunn of Dunnville is visiting his brother Mr Josh Dunn this week Mrs Sam Tatum of Crab Orch Md was the guest of Mrs R L Collier this week Miss Ira Lee Edwards of Knox wills spent Saturday and Sunday with G W Brooks Miss Grace Roberts returned Monday last after a few days visits to relatives in Crab Orchard Miss Etta Pike has returned home after an extended visit to friends and relatives of this place Drs Davis and Lovell of Mti Vernon were in Brodhead Tues day to attend the Medical Associa tioniMr and lrsl El Wallin moved 6 Lafalletle Tenn Friday last We regret to give up good citj zens Granville Owens will run a lunch stand and fancy groceries in connection with his undertaking estab lishment John Magee moved into one of R S Martins houses instead of the Geo Brooks house as we re ported befog We understand that the Board of Health have made arrangements to guard against the spread of small pox in the Riddle neighbor hood We arc having two good schools in our little town under the tutot ship of W R Dickerson and Miss Helen L Thurmond Both schools are largely attended Report of the Brodhead school taught by Miss Helen L Thuraiou la for the month ending March 1st 1904 Clyde Cass 90 per cent Lyda Hilton 93 per cent Ethel Hilton 95 per cent Bettie Hicks 90 per cent Thomas Forbs 88 percent Lizzie Cable 95 per cent Francis Ft rbs 93 per cent George Yadon So per cent Katie Cass 82 per cent Etta Fritb 75 per centj Etta Cable 82 per cent John Eva Hilton 82 per cent Mattic Wil mot 76 per cent Vern Jarrett 861 percent Owen Cass 82 per Lillie Rash 90 per cent Lucy Rash 78 per cent Ermir Tharp 84 per cent and Vic Francisco 78 per cent DO YOU VA STRENGTH IIstrength words the food that you eat must be digeated assimilate and appro priated by the nervs blood and tisI sue before being expelled by the intestines Kodol Dyspepsia Cure adds to the physical It gives strength to and builds up in the human system It strengthI ant to the tsste and the only combination of that will digest the food and enab l the system to appropriate Jail of its health and strengtli giving qualities Sold by Chas C Davis I recou said Farmer Corntos tseo moode or jealous f Yes sir look at the boys that go from the country and make fortunes in the city und the look the city folks who come to th country and make a failure at fr fag C RAP ORCHARD Misses Roxir and Bessie Spang ler visited Miss Ernie Menefee Saturday last after nuon and even ingalms Mniy Bronangh and Mrs G H Patten pai took ota splendid dinner on Sunday last at G W Spa ngers Misses Ernie and Clara Mfueffe have returned from a wetk visit to friends at MareiSurg They ic port an enjoyable vifit OrdllrtllSrinia in Lexington where he was at I tending school Miss Pearl Collier has been ab ent several weeks visiting friends Richi s very missed especially by ler class m Sunday school All nature seems delighted with the beautiful spring weather we are having after suchan unusually winter it makes us feel like starting around among our neighbors to beg garden seeds There has been a great deal of sickness in the neighborhood hut not very seriousmostly coldMiss Winnie Condar is slightly in disposed hope she will soon be able to be out as she is one of our best youug ladies Mr Reynolds who bought one hundredacres of land lying oppo ite the Springs from R H Bro naugh is preparing to build Mr Reynolds is now occupying the property of Galen Rogers oh Depot street Mr Rogers hs rented the old randerpool property and is keeping hotel We have two good sohools in town now Miss Sallie ak hotter at the public school building has about thirty pupils and is giving entire satisfaction Also Mrs J E P Peasants is teaching a small school of advanced pupils at her B house near the depot Mrs Pleas ants has been a teacher many years and has proven berselffi splendid teacher Bro Jones filled his regular appointment at the Baptist Church is last Sunday Bro Farris of the Christian Church will preach at the Baptist Church every second Sunday morning and evening The Christian Church will have Sunday school at the Baptist Church every Sunday at two oclock until they rebuild their church GRANDMOTHER AT 30 Columbus 0 has for a resident woman who is probably the youngest grandmother in the Unit ed States and besides this she isf her own daughters sisterinlaw is the aunt of her grandson ant the sisterinlaw of her soninlaw while her husband is the law of his own brother erinlaw to his stepdaughter The womau is Mrs Ann Lutz wife of Alva Lutz a baggageman at Union Station and she will not be 30 years old until July i She does not appear to be much older than her daughter Mrs Let tie Lutz aged 15 who is married to Theodore Lutz the brother of her mothers husband The son LeroyIman named Lockhart the father of her daughter at the age of 13 countyiwas in Lucasville Sciuto county and about 3 years ago they moved to ColumbusiTRAGEDY AVERTED litetie boy was saved writes sirs W Walkin of Pleasant City Ohio Pneumonia had piar aid liuvuc with him and a terriblecough sel in besides Doctors treated him but he grew worse every day At lenth we tried Dr Kings New Dis covery for Consumption and our darling was saved Hes now sound and well Eveybody ought to know its the only sure cure fort Coughs and Olds andall lunge diseases Guaranteed by all Druggist Price sac and too Trial bottles free Runp g 198 Jt c I2Or + pG l207r LTi A =rr and the Kid All I Sr 50 Si 75 of 100 5 all g For 150 work on earth A line bestIkinds of atvery low 3 q ciL + q All Dry at COST V 9 gbJY i A y TlflNT FAIL to get our SPECIAL Or HATS Ho t on Earth A coinplot line of Stnph and Fancy Groceries at Live and Let Live prices Bo i filet curl JAVA Coifto highest market price for nil kinds produce hair Our fora fair deal rj L H Cent Mdse =CON W A Y J B Hayes went to Berea Sunday DrE Northcutt of Nicholas ville was here on business this weekiMiss Mamie Jones of ML Ver non is teaching a two months se sect school We understand our old friend A Riddle has a well developed case of smallpox Mrs D C Pullins has been suf very much for past ten days with rheumatism Frank Jones of this place who traveling for a Cincinnati dry goods and notion house was at home this a H P Nave of Nicholas le whoI has been here fsr past month re turned home this week Mrs Nannie Vaun of Tuscola Ill is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs George Jones this place Up to this time bees have wintered well but weak hives should be fed a little now as this is the worst month of the year on them The citizens of Scaffold Cane want the telephone line extended this place to R E Moys store We dont see why the company cant run the lineup there a distanae of about two and onehalf miles IThere is some talk of a section house being built her this spring if the R R Co can get a suitable goofIworn go on ways a stumbling block a long time but it cominag Ito the front now Mr Harvey Chenault S Co are talking of building a hotel on the grounds near the big well here As this water has proven to contain valuable medicinal properties we see where the company is right in building a hotel to accommodate people who anticipate visitiug this famous watering place Mr J H Handy who bought Mr W B Sigmans property here some time back expects to put out two acres strawberries this spring He also expects to raise two or three acres of watermelons and vegetables Mr Handy is a good gardener and we hope be will makeI a success in his undertaking dBeautiful Spmig The first bird of spring attampted to sing But ere he had sounded a note The cold Much winds did whistle and blow Till the music friz in his throat For Ladies Shoes of sizes Shoes choice pairs sizes Values herea weeki made r1A+ and Costtr I 6rT Sand LivingstonJr LEVEL JRKKN- To thepubiic in general and my sparIsix long long weeks Iebeee coop in the house with Betsy drink ng numerous kinds of nasty meet icines but Im not well and Ive lost all cofidence in medicines and nd the medical profession I have tried of the advertised nostrums king cure alls until my cupt board looks like a drugstore but they failed to effect any cure and well my advice to you is Doiit get sick but if you do steer clear of medicines unless von have a constitution like a government mule Since Ive been sick my old friend nd neighbor W 11 Deltoid has been called over the River He va the oldest native born citizen of jour community horn raided and lived here all his life work J L Hasty had eight cesesj in his little family at one time but not one case proved fatal Stock sales are livelynudes and sheep high hogs gettiig up again lots ofouug lambs horses avid cows scarce and high Eggs ar plentiful of good quail ty and price enough Fodder and hay exhausted corn is climbing and potatoes a per busheltoo high to eat Scores of bushels of grass seeds have been and will be sown this spring If our farmers will spend one half the money for clover that they waste for worthless corn fertilier they will soon be convinced of the better way plant lots of tater this time and plant early for me alaenlof a tater to the hill sow lots of oats and plant big corn crow Now I iiruot able to wark and much it prjries me so I will have Ito try to pntent myself by living onand giving good advice to those wh scan work Truly yours BUCK VAUXOK THE NAME WITCH HAZEL The name Witch Hazel is abused E C DeWitf S Co of Chicago are the inventers of the original and only genuine Witch Hazel Salve A certain cure for Cuts Bruises Burns Eczema ret ter Piles etc There are than counterilis of this salve some of which are dangerous while they are all worthless In buying Witch Hazel Salve see that the name E C DeWitt Co Chicago is ou the boq and a cure is certain Sold bv Chas C Davis Tab Tablets sv a la ION ie t l2 ttnot hs This Iipature Every- Friday Ladies widths Mens Boys Suits I DAVIS wonderfulI luiols 1 auatY I 1 l1ii Pia1k1history of thcounty The assessedtvaluation of Bell county just completed is 2720 95 au increase of 2f oono over last year The following special from Lon don Ky says The jury lender a verdict of not giity in the case of the Key John Hicky who was charged with adultery Mr Hick came here from Knox county He ien evangelist and been preaching near London for some time He was brought here a short time ago by the Sheriff and lodged in jail uu tit the day of trial arrived MORE RIOTS Dk Ut buncos of strikers arc not reailv as grave as an itidividjwl disorder of the system Overwork loss of sleep nervous tension will rbe followed by utter collapse unless a reliable remedy is immediately employed Theres nothing so em cicnl to cure disoulers of the liver kidneys as Electric Bitters Its a wonderful tonic and effective nerv ine and the greatest all around medicines for run down systems It dispells Nervousness Rhemna tism and Xenilgia and expels Mn laria gtrris Only Soc Iud sails faction guaranteed by all druggist Exercising patienceUncle Hc jah was a great sufferer from rheu matism vhy dont you do something for it uncle asked one of hi white neighbors Dats what Is doin buss Tnk in it right alone Is it helping you my mnnIIIout How long have you teen tak ing the Uiedicine flout foyeahs Four year lad it hash cur ed ou Whj dont yon quit it and try something else Boss said Uncle Bijah Is had dis rheumatiz fawtyfo yeahs 1Yo dont spect I kin git shet of it all to wunst do yuh h What do you think Mr Dins lostIIit had my name un the handle too Then you will hive to get au other of course replied Mr Dins more Another umbrella No another name Oh Mr Dinsmore this is so sudden Still you may ask papa I tToCure a in Day Laxative Quinine Published ROCKCASTLE II agamI ndayj PublicJames StateBud I SONS 0f friendsespeciallyin lega- lprofessionhave fathermI 250 275 very best Vici For and and Mens Shoes large Shoes prices Goods Cold One ftromo IIIinon every box25c MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY MARCH 11 1904 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR In ftJveHising rates made known o application IfOX n HOOltK Of Merer twenty is a ramliilate for Co cress ia the Eighth iHsttict to succeed flu IL Giiiieit subject to the notion of the Petiioonxtip pane Your Mijijmrth earnest Suiilllyd MARTIAL LAW is practically opera ion in SlriI held 0 where ten companies of militia are on goinThe Mayor has issued a proclama tion varning citizens to keep t the streets on penalty of arrest This is the result of the killing o policeman iu Springfield by a peg who ws taken from the jail by mol of one thousand men hu to a ulegraph pole and complete riddled with bullets It is a terni thing avsthe North to burn a big burly ntgto at the stake for assault ing a decent white woman in the South but it is alright to mob Jiim for killing a policeman up North There is nothing wrong about it as long as the South are the ones to ufler but he carefulton hla ons of guns then you come ort Hut this ht way lie world wa Ax exchange sa s Miring thc last campaign Repuhlicans claimed a Democratic victory would drive capital out of the State That n a 4 simply campaign talk There never has beta a howell ably when investments larger scale than they will be this year During the month of Feb try just closed seventysix com panics filed incorporation articles it the depart uient of Secretary State The aggregate capital st is 1766450 an increase over t filing of the month of January of H W MILLER now re resenting Madison county in General Assembly of Kentucky is claimed by his friends will be a candidate to succeed Cot Jack Chinn of Mercer county as State Central Committeeman from t le Eighth Congressional District Mr Miller is acloye personal and political friend of Senator McCre and will likely run in his interestl Mr Miller will no doubt strong following in this county if he enters the race Coy BiCKHA3i appeared before the Senate Printing Investigating Committe at Frankfort TuesdayI night and was questionec hi regard to the contracts for State printing At the close of the ex amination Got Beckham tin tOOl to make an additional sta ment but was referred by Senator Caroll to another committee It looks very much like the Govern wanted to tell more than some the committee wanted to hear SENATOR BLACKJIURN says thatI there is a widespread su pi Ut a conviction that there is an organization among the KentuckyJ Democracy in the nature of a machine that has lately been dominatI ing the policies of the party There may he but Joe would l not be 50 much opposed to that awful inachine if he just had conl trol of both of thecranks to do the grinding SiXjyears POLITICS AND POLITICIANS Gov Beckham signed the bill extending the common school term to six months At the recent big Democratic dinea ner Washington D C several of the speakers made remarks wor thy the attention of all Democrats The following are samples After hearing arguments for and prohinbit coeducation of the races in- State the the Senate committee decided to report the bill favorably This is the measure aimed at Ber eaItCollege The man who stands in the as of Democratic is u lItdbut an enemy The man who stan in the way of Democratic victory 1gated lo the rear If1 this be treason nuke the lorit declares Harry St Geor Tucker of Va Judge Kinney In the Carter Cir c tit Court sustained a demurrer the Zimmerman petition alleging the unconstitutionality of the a creating Beckham county and held the action of the Legislature to final The case will he taken the Courtof Appeals al once oI atIuli an election and deserve to Platfot idtwin This country moves in four tjyejjrs and the Democratic party must move with it There noth grmtions ofit that make for party sti cess along the recognized lines od governiiient declares Sena Daniels of Virginia fflTilE LEGISLATURE 1Sfill next 31The Senate Friday passed a num tlbee of important measures inch tdI ing the bill imposing a penalty Pj awaytfrom legislative investigating committee or grand jury As the result of Senator Georgs charge that the State prisons are not self sl f misIstoners report a resolution was adopted calling on the commission thecLlrpease signeda shoolireapportioning the Sheriffs re nue in order to meet the expeuientailed by the extension signed the bills reapportioningh appellate rt j 75000 for improvements at Western Asylum for the insane rulard repealing certain portions ol the exemption laws majorityf reporthe three It State asylums to the Eastern State Hospital Central State Hosp taland Western State Hospital theOnly two members voted against oftvn ers and helpers of livery stables keep a register for the protect io of horses and conveyances led make it a misdemeanor to hire a horse under a fictitious name or to use it for a greater distance or time registerarrTIle Hughes bill providing that the license tax for a stud horse jack or bull shall not exceed 50 was tabled- Mr Bournes bill No 281 re outing from2 to j51 the Sheri fee for advertising the delinquent tax list was passed Mr Adams bill authorizing sixthclass towns to allow the sheriff of the county to collect the town taxes was passed derThe Senate a vote of appropriatIin orhby a vote of 69 to 19 Paleda hill repealing the law appropriatiug 15000 annually for a State fair The Bourne Bill proposing to regu Ilate the tobacco warehouse usiI ness of the State was defeated in the House Several minor b were passed by the House at night session SCRAPS 0JET IGood stomacher run in families same as curley hair ieWesomething up their sleeves but the only thing we ever had up our tatSJones Theres that typewriterI Smalley recommended to me If Xj dont employ her he will think Im coward and if I take her into my office my wife will make a stampede to her mother Drot such luck I Young man The wife I am looki fag for must be young and prettyd Coy maidenDo on will have to look fartl lYonnam dreadfully near sighted at Ive left my glasses at home was suppliedThese are my household goods he said to her ly he entered his bachelor depart But on lack something h s dsremarked to What A household goddess St p IImdIgcing OlttCI hunt liiem toun lotie ol them strechtrd on a hoard at the- o home of his neighbor J IL Haily WillitMoral More diltwattrOIeTh mother asked lithe Dot 1i q o into the next roon and see il the clo k was riiiiniiig for she had net heard it strike all the afternrton setDotcame running back put ho curly head into the door and ex claimed Why no mama de clock aint arunning It is d t standing still and rwagin its tail Ah he protested my love furI yon is the greatest thing in the thing in the world It larger than the world It is ll id cthan fife sea Let me pour it in ofour ears Sir ejaculated the fair made Do yon mean to insinuate ony thing about the sre or shape of my ears Rip Van Winkle looked about in a dazed manure And are they all gone he faltered tearfullywfNo replied the villager con soling ly Patti is still giving h farewell performances Shouting with joy at the disco ery that one Ihiiig at least was un1 hanged by the lapse of years lie hastened to don his opera clothe nOne evening when dining ot eathe White Sulphur chocula eclairs were passed as desert When berIe Clfast to the plate so forcing the fcrk 4tSfjJl Looking up I vas somewhat abashed and my friend1 convulsed with laughter h earingrc the waiter say lIjfWhy it is asked the human intemgation mark that CoroneT do not hold an inquest over tle body of every person whodits It is only nece sirv where person Is accidentally killed or diis without medical advice repli the man who knows thin When a man shuffles off this mor tal coil after being attended by physician everybody knows v 0he del and there is no need ofal inquest Lady Visitor to tittle girl What became of little of the lit t kitten you had here once Little GirlWhy havent you IeardIXo Losi No Poisoned ffSiNoTnen whatever became of i It growed np to be a cat Manager Flarahty of the Maje tic Theater engaged a stage ban the other day who had just arrived from the ould country He ca m direct to the stage entrance from the wharf with his belongings a big glossy valise Mr Flake rtt to be there at the tin greeted the new comer and ask franknIA shrunk Un phwat ud oi doa rid tin sor Why put your clothes it An me go naked sorr itsiCil Sive His Fare They l story in the commissioners offie at Ellis Island New York Two Irish immigrant just rived stood one morning on tht Government landing watching a dredgerat work a few yards styatout Presently a diver full rigged crawl painfully from the channel no a ladder to the neck of IrishmenIvery turner to us companion and said Look a BegcrraIwalked too Ciu Whats this I read in the Pittsburg papers about father Can evin being made Bishop of Sohra never heard tell of such a place pinnsylvaniacTom Thats the work of some runken printers divil He mi write down the Bishop of Sobri ydu your own car riage by all means Because when you want to get fo a patient quick Oh interrupted the young patielient die before I reached him a No but he might recover beji fore you got there 3 ITHE SUNDAY SCHOOL ILfou In the International r tur March 13 Denili tit lobo the Buptixt ITIlE LESSON TEXT IIlatt Utl12 Se thou fnitltfal will xAr Lee v Still- UTLINE OP SCRIPTIPK SECTION Jlfaing at Dtrnniacs1nttrealm of DentuiacrSiark a HeaMnjr M Demoniac Lnkei6 liaNIrs Jii s Daughter Alait 3S iralrfcs u Jains r21 JUisrs of Jalrus llaikrlukP Sa HeuIlnK Two Blncl und One lorb- r Matt 32724 Rejection at NazamthSfat1LiRejection at NHzarehlnrk 1tt Third Preaching 1ourjalt 95 Third Preaching TeurIarkSSending Forth the TwfIIII 9StJllt wending Forth the Twfpark C713 Sending Forth the Twelve Luke 9tC Death of John the Baptlstratt Ht12 Death of John the Baptist Mark 61423 Death of John rte Baptist trIk 4S TliIKfepilnK D about the eose tCliIleroderPIACK John was probably at iOtfce castle of llnrhaertis on the Aranian frontier nine mice easrat ilif urPT fn of Dead sea NOTES AND COMMENTS rfIthat the movement was growing mat pots perhaps for the first time it at lated the attention of Herod At that season The time of which Matthew has been speaking in general the same Herod the tetrarch Ph as Herod Antipas a son of Herod the Great and lute him in mart ways He andrmore years unto his servants Not his menials but the courtiers This is John the Baptist A guilty conscience rnakts men superstitions Herod had rot rf covered from the shock which his own terrible act had given him He was many times a murderer but he was rc many times a murderer in cots blond aril Tohton we not was rarely absent from Herods banpt imagination from that clay forward IiI Jarrar1Thelfon HinI toinpettfor thee to have her The fact that John did rot spare Herod himself in his denunciations a commentary on the courage of the man tie feared the lyuliitude Herod was always anxious Johnntheafeast Her name was Salome She was later par eriFd to her uncle Herod Philip II This tOIIIlItUrlnfigSnest have laken place at the ca te rf Iachafrui where John was imprisoned tvbatohn promise for my zing lo make but if wes late his brain a a tnilamed with finnUthernin on eourilrrs were cheerinp him on arc he made it with many a great cath Ho supposed sie would sal a necklace of palaceSltebelnGpnt Henxiias son her chance the Mnjc liqllorconltlhwould never do liquor was the same then as iiGvaril so the horrible request was made Vs 21The king was grieved Herod did not want to kill John it would he unpopular and he was unpop aloe enough now for havjng needlessly brought on the war withAretas then ie thoroughly respected the maihadIjecorne acquainted with him dories his Jmprisonment Almot everything conscience his own best interests ib seed of the kingdom counseled on roars hut leered look the other VThj In the flit place liquor Men under inHuence of liquor are enemies to theta elves and all that during their sober sectoma f a promise with the fumes of liquor in his lebraid he kept it not because he was in beedhim He was ashamed to hack down the very hour of his boastful promise was too much of a coward to do what he knew was right His code of honor was a fare one he did not realize that to keep a had promise was a greater Its grace than to make it And so he tom elnilicd one of the most ghastly murder history His life is a warning for IfmptztiOC arRnrIr11T Pro i rrltv Wings of wealth carry no souls to the skie The modern Tower of Babel is built of dollars Heartsease does not grow on the ijProsperitygrows at the expense of piety onThe wealth of the world depends on the value of mar and not on his posses slous Men who think of life in terms of stockraising are working hard to turn shorncardRamHorn s Gaud amarltmr tiro1ewomen who personally help families with young whose mother is sick They thefatherntexpenses lDizzyback of your eyes Itsyourjt liver Use A ers Gently laxative all vegetable Sold for 60 years ioCtrer Want your moustache or beard beautiful brown or rich black Use BUCKINGHAMS DYEb Statesof America The greatest nation ill the world is coffeeKLion Coffee is the standard hPrerage of every istate and territory of the Union whyC putae Inouino rrausu uuitorm 7 Fn1riis irr a Itr wa p er IFonr Drnpgists have not v GyhllRF31IIll in stock we wit sent you two bottles by express charge oprepaid forslOO RemcinherTh liKKKDV is giiarnnteed to cuter Mention this naner when writing I ST1WiMRSOrator 176 Warren Avenue CiitrAro Jii Oct 21912 For nearly four ears suffered from ovanau troubles The doe tor insisiiil on an ration as the only way to get weI11owrrrr operdtilmUyiionn vril a sick 1wonnnt is a Iicoiisolitu place at best lfriencllcdrncgittadvised p3 liini to ffft a ottlt ot Wiue of K Oanlni forntetotry and lie lid so begiintoimprovcinafcwdaysjnid my recovery was very rapid With lit cl htecn weeks vas another being e PA everyIcontpletete happieiing to to your dnipirit today securo a S103 bottle of Wine of Cardui WI EOIQA UJI GREAT OPPORIUITIg afforded the Prospector Home seeker or Tourist account of the very low Colonist and Homeseek er rates to points in Arkansas Tex as Indiana and Oklahoma Terrii tortes Missouri Kansas Nebraska Colorado and the great Western States via Missouri Pacific Rail way or Iron Mountain Route from St Louis or Memphis Cheap Joiiit rates to California and the North west effective daily Sept 5th to Nov 30th 1903 Every lt and third Tuesdays of each month Colonist and Homeseekei rates to certain territory in the West and Southwest Liberal limit and stopover privileges fur Home seekers Personally conducted Pull roan Tourist sleepers to California literfature tree consult nearest Ticket Agent or address R T G MATTHEWS T P A Room 202 ILou The statement of Joseph Smith ead of the Mormon church that aosrphmarriages is denied in a us telegram sent to the Senate Com mittee on Elections by officials of the church of Latter Day Saints They claim that Brigham Young foundedpolygamy and that Mor mon books will prove itIThe Czar has torn down r GO T- OJONASMCKENZIE I MT VERNON KY for Everything in Dry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes and General Merchandise SPhoneJ i GRANVILLEOWENS rGUNDERTAKER Krf FULL Filled J v sgB RAMSEY For ofall Giv IH atriil and ifwe please you tell others if not MEAT SHOP ROUND TRIPS Oxrv deliveied part of town basement opnosite Coirt house vv I 91lAQUEEN ORESET n Viv htrrrm a Inntirairt leracaitateiu 31135 wy lI BOTH IiaP any to Sun Antonio ih4tull lIumi Fort atet tilt trlutliar Irlriitts ill car SI IirrriaCvanevciil teoostoxs 05 1 ilJUItrnt TGUMD TRIP S cltl ti rntarnatlou ai Jroa occult on CIO KfW f Rv a Special Arrangement you can get M Sfinal AND THE WEEKLY CoiirierJoflrnal OXE Y Foi VYorih 1501 ZThis is for CASH SUB5ClnpI TIOXS only All under this combination offer must be sent through the SIGNAL office THIS IS A Presidential Year AND YOU MUST KEEP POSTED 1THE WAY TO DO THIS IS TO READ THElMly CourierJournal Henry Editor TWELVE PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY too sourtndiaa A YEAR REVENUE REFORM SOCIAL RhrotaiiMORAL COURIER JOURNAL Issues the best ALMANAC published = Send 35 cents for a copy- COGRIERJOURNAL CO IOUISVILLK KydA certain earnest clergyman of Sunday morning was exhorting those who had anxious and troubled consciences to be sure andt ptITo show you my brethren the blessed results of these visits with your pastor I will state to you that only yesterday a gentleman o wealth called upon me for counsel and instruction and now today my friendsrosin he sits among a happy husband and a and a Christiau young lady in the audience whispered to a matron Wasnt that pretty quick Louisvilles workIdays was broken the past week Weed when 127 people died Collins Caskets LINE and Robes All Mail Telegraph or i1 orders Promptly r y NI IFresh Meats Kinds tell ns in in IJC 1585 E I th- eVernon subscriptions Watterson one in A Telephou Jrc a 9Jr vszJ founD TRIfI f utew ex co- Lt 1Iso- TCI1s ttllOCl PI Fr E Blame NoOne But Yourself if You Dont Get iWell When SicK All we can do Js give advice or course thats easy Eut our advice Js nally worth a little more to you than most peoples for offer to give you the first bottle our rowticlnc free If it falls to help you We could not afford to ilo this unites our medicine was good Such an offer Ion the wrong kind of medicine would put a merchant prince in tIle poor house earsfcures benefitlesstrefund their money All ire auk of you is to try Dr lilies Restorative Nervine for your complaint It ynu suffer from sleeplessness nervous musimemory weak stomach poor blood bilious troubles epilepsy St Vitus Dance etc vc will guarantee to benefit you or refund your money You are the doctor yearbecamero serious that we were compelled to severalphytclaas Tennonthsliver Pills restored our hoy to perfect WtLSOXDeput TREE Vrtte us and you a Free 3yefugtJl Newucfeatlac dlagnOQire4AddressLAEOPATOR1ES YaSII L D NEWS ITEMS The St Petersburg co the Edit P Iris says Prince Louis Bon part has been given the command frhrtteweeks on the Jawbone road Central Montana Gang of men trying to reach them The report of the State Coal Mine Inspector shows that the coal output in Kentucky was about 720 1904fOne priest and two women were killed and two other priests injured a fire which destroyed St Pat trLong Island City hive penitentiary sentences were given in one day in the Clay Circuit Court For the first time since the organization of the rope OQthe t OLD MEN IN FINISH FIGHT Aerd Philadelphian Axrec to Settle Property Dispute by a JTIstlo Encounter Cot Dill Calboun 70 years old and Nat Urlan years old of Philadel phia are completing arrangements for a fight to tIle finish Thy Jive in ad joining properties in Norwood and arc said to be on bad terms owing to the tact that TJrian has liiiHt his house ten feet nearer the road than Oalhomrs front jiorcb The maId crew out of a careless reI mark bv Calhoun thai he would lite to lilt on the gloves with a boy of his apeI Hriau promptly took him tip Col Calhoun 5s one of the wealthiest residents of Norwood He formerly r Uved In Philadelphia and once rcpre sented the First ward In councils Not long ago he defeated Samuel Parsons 22 years old In a 0yard dash Urian la a walltodo blacksmith and for injtuy years vas the champion wit4I iler of Delaware county Both principles were in the pink of condition when interviewed the other afternoon by a reporter Col Calhoun bad juil returned from a tenmile walk Itega rdingmy coming encounter w2th Nat Urian he said you can say that em in good condition and expect toI in dont think tlifit Nat will last three rouins with me HeB too old In lip time he was a good one but that day pawed Of course if be insists on flphting and wants io lose his money I rinl So hPjjlIhf said Trian when seen a short time ltrer Ill show him who is the has been Why Bill Calhoun is not In my niacs It will take me about one round to put him ont OLD CLOCK A WONDRi LEIt 1iujhe rllrulhp llii4 l4f IIdM 1ludRia CIureb Cltu The oldfashioue1 grandfathers rjoel becoming a rarity and only rio v then one of them Is offered at a public sale in the country dis tricts Then they bring big pricesI one recently yelling for S2Gi eaitpeiiiiim betvetn descendants of ttift original osvaer was lively Ueceaily C Atoyer of Orwigf burs Pa bought one of these au JJcfuated tiaiepiwes and as a result of his reconstruction ihe clock Instead of nrely striking the hour now ffcoiro the date day of the week and i jtriie Hfi rent bells for the hour and the halfhour Then on Sunday morn Ins at preelely 830 the clock1 cinitvh chimfj riiis a small door o tns above th dial anti the figure of a man upbear IwoU in hand This figure remains above the rib all day Sunday disappearing late on that day ffnd not reappearing till the following Sunday Young Moyer viO is 21 ywirs oM is noted for hii ingenuity t an csrly age he heraine Interested lu the truntion of odd iuschine The clock adorns his home and Is a muchadmired piece of furniture NEVER SAW HIS WIFE tiue tL InUa Ieu Urri- 1pnt lw Ll r aaop Sor of CJicw Tlujr Chew Ting the Chinaman who said ho would sooner he deported than marry an American girl even it he Jil the chance made disclosure be fore being taken to New Ortan by Chief Deputy United States Marshal Patterson which explained the mys iipn in the case says the Chicago In fr OceanI married man admitted Ting I have been married 22 years hut have never seen my wife The only way I came to learn that I had a wife was through my father He wrote to me from China and said that he bought a wife for me 22 years ago and that he was saving her for me o he could surprise me understand my wife cost Ting was arrested orr the charge of being in the United States unlawfully The Mongolian came to Chicago 23 years ago passing through Canada The Chinaman was told that the onh way hs could escape being deported- l to be married HAT SAVES WOMANS LIFE Lull Xyle llllltorrv Creation tru uuw Kritrlurr of Skull of nlUau Who Iall on Stone veiuKi A new style hat saved the life of Mrs Uubl of Sharon Pa the other after r con She in the wife of Frank H Butt jBultlmillloniare and former president of the Sharon Steel Mrs Buhl was comptnyIstreet when she her bead on the stone pavement The force of the blow rendered her uncon sciousjhysicians revived her with difficulty llr escape from fatal injury was un doubtedly due to a new hat which she wore Underneath the back part of the hat was a heavy roll of velvet which served as a cushion when her head struck ube pavement The physicians say that had the vel vet not been on the hat the blow would surely have caused death Gonut Cure for iuch La w A man in Michigan committed a crime and in less than hours afterward ho received a life sentence This is the Idnd of medicine says the Chicago Rec fliflHerald that will cure the lynch law habit iuurleaun luitors toS1tzellanJSwitzerland is gaining in as ieaIsonlast summer there were 11559 HAPPY HEALTHY CHILDREN Any child can take little arlyl Rtssr with perfect safety They ire tnrmles never gripe or sicken and yet they are so certain in re- MIts that robust constitutions re quiring drastic uieins are never disappointed Thev oinnol fail tn perform their mission and every one who uses DeWjtts little Huh Risers pnefer them to all other pills riev billiottsness Sold by h P ilED TIES flL1floiEB LS AaxonAre at Least UndignifiedV 41riuaII Uelpnlpl of tiui Slrl 4rMt raeM I wHit tilt IornplS ttue Brlchtrn Life A prolonged litigation wherein tIlt propriety of an upper tea in a highe tchool wearing a red necktie was thfi Issue came to an end the other day at Flatten Saxony by the court deciding that such a cravat is at least undignified even if not intended by the wearer as a socialist emblem Dr AVeidauer the offender in qtte1 Ion wore a red tie as he avers inadvertently ti a school picnic and thereupon the Flatten Anzeiger criticised him severely as an improper person to teach the youth of the city He cued for damages and the court in deciding agaicst Dr Weld auer said the editor was quite within his ffunction when he disapproved of red neckwear which in Germany is consid l1rincipleiiIat him by John Farson of Chicago the living eexponent of the scarlet and ruby red cravat when he heard the verdict without doubt be would have declared himself in more modified terms Mr Farson hesitated a len moments n order to control himself and the neil fourinhand neatly tied at his throat tool on a brighter crimson like Tenny sons robin Docs he dare thundered Mr Far non who is nearly fire feet four inches in height anti a hunch of red ties hiinti n either side of the mirror in his roon fluttered back Does he Why Kins Edward wears a red tie and does tie a taxon judge dare t Question a king Say let him know from me that a person who has not worn a red tie has not learned the flneJrivoli ties of life Since my crusade in favor of the naming neck string finnnreti of my friends are now wearing red ties Oae woman friend to whose husband expressed a dwelt on Christmas hat written me that her husband is breaking himself in the house and expects soot to appear on the streets v The red necktie throws a little bright Etss into a mans life He is too apt about with somb r fare and still more somber nothing But when he is arrayed ia this and Mr Parson reached into a bottom drawer and brought forth a vermillion red waistcoat and a red tie tilen his cup of joy is full Did you ever wear that in New York was asked Sure and it was applauded too Only the other evening attended a meeting of seem order and there were 200 brethren from a neighboring city all adorned with brIght red Thf red tie has ccme to stay It may be the trace of tIle aborigine left In me me reason like them so well but filaIflaming red with Parson woven in the bark SCIENCE PRESERVES STONES Iritf Church Stop Cmi liiisr AVrtliliiiilrr VM frv all ltetoar Jlar lu i by IemiA1Solutlon Fears aroused from time to time re parcinjr the Westminster abbey owing m the decay of its stonework will beset af rest by the highly encouraging report of Prof A H Church It appears this well known chemist has brought his scientiilc knowledge to bearon the lurch lem with such success that by the ple application of baryta water to the surface he is able to reconstitute the old stone and make it as sound as ever The sulphuric acid in the Lorcion air hss attacked the carbonlte of lime in gypsumIChurch found that baryta water sprayed on the surface converts gypsum back again into carbonlte of lime with a film of baryta sulphate that is unaffected by acids The baryta water penetrates deep into applicationsIMore than two yesrs have passed since Prof Church adopted this method for re storing tIle stone work In the chapter house both inside and outside and he is fully satified it is a complete success PUNISH JOKING BY STUDENTS FdiiihiirKfr re ItantUatrd tor Pre rntiiiBT Small lllack Doll to lleirturtttl Orator Practical joking among students of Edinburg university has led to two or three of the number being rusticate for two years The joke for which this severe sentence was passed was played at the conclusion of Attorney General Sir Robert Finlays rectorial address during which the students behaved in a lighthearted hilarious manner mal ing so deafening a noise that no one heard what Lord Finlay was saying At 7dresskdollpremier who was in a chair looked an gry when two merry young students rUSjtlcatfonChildren Horn Venr An extraordinary AJIRrtI tuality in child bearing been given by Mme Amyuot y Iljrres in the outh of France Recently she gave blric to a boy This is the fourth son to whom she has given birth on the samel date The first was in 1900 and ever anniversary since she has punctually t1ositythe feat off next JealIIT SA P A Dan forth of LaGrange Ga suffered for six months with a frightful running sore on his leg ut writes that Bucklens Arnica salve wholly cured it in five days For Ulcers Wounds Piles its the best salve in the world Cure guaranteed Only 2c Sold bi all dtuggistI 5RI3TCRN t Commissioners Sale ROOIZCASTLE uorNrv Cut irr- lex Lackey Ailmr cItTs Notice of Commissioners Sale Wary DuVall cDet orderIivndercrt tharein at the Fib term thereof 1904 in the abovo styled ac lion for the sum of 10000 with 6 peri eut inrKM theroon from tIle 11th das t Felt 188ii unl 1paid subject to a ireelit os i2ij paid June 7th 188fi and S50 paid Sept 1st 1887 and the fur ther um of i3128 with interest thereon at the rate ofi per cent from Oct 2nd 285nntil paid and antI 13280 c st the former dabt reeoveied by TI artei and the latter uncovered Lnkiy Administrator the undersign ed will or Monday the 28th day of Maivij 1M tit dcliii county court bcJvreeu the hours of 8 oclock a m ami JoVlock p m offer for sale alIi tht trout door of the court house t Vernon Ky to the highest hildei 1at 1iihlic unction upon a credit of six the following ileserilKifl pro lerfy towit A certain tract of land located on Copper Creek in Kockeastzc county Ky heipg the same tract conveyed to Daniel B Harrold hy E W Ba ken and wife and John Haggard on the Idtli dayif Feb 1866 and the same Iced hy the said Harrod to Sam eel O DuNall url Oscar DuVall on the Iltliday ofFeb 1885 and hound ed as follows Ucpinning at a poplar hickory and dogwood on the N sid of Copper creek it being the corner of tire outside line to the 4th and oil division of John Haggards estate thence a line of the 5th division N t7 W poles and links to a White oak near a drain In C tlett Comvay old line thenen with his line S44 Vfil poles and 20 links to a large white oak and gum corner to the 4th aic also a corner to the oth division afoi said thence with tInt outside line o therd division still with Conway toIpoplar and gum and snrvis corner to the hd iind inddivision of the Hug gard tat non eorner to Mitche Pink rtons thence with Ills line f 3rd and 2nd division S37 Ellu pole io a white oak about 5 poles E of tin Copper creek oounty road erosinj Copper creek at 72 poles at 02 poles ctjssing in an out side line thence X 7i KM poles to a chestnut maple and sourwoodou a Mil side near h drai corner to the Jrd and 4thdivi ton thence with line of 4th divisio N7s El9pnlcs and 20 links to r ston near the gum and beach corner to th 4h and oth division thence the divi ion line between the 4th andftth divA ion II E Maddoxnow line NO HI poles and links croosrirg opper creek in all 126 poles and Jl links to the beginning including tirt 4th divisions of the Haggard w tate rind Iontaining 89 acres more or h For the purchase price the punhas er must execute bond with approved surety hearing legal intetestfroin tie dry of sale until paid and having tie force and effect of a judgtnant Bid tier will bo prepared to com ly promptly with those wrmt IUInethurutr R ec COMMISSIONERS SALF nocK snx CIRCUIT Oonrr W T Snith PIlL Vs Notice of Commissioners Sah J H CollinsDelBy virtue of judgment and order of sale ft the Rockratle Circuit Conit rendered therein at the Feb term thereof in the above styled action for the sum of 5500 with interns at the rate of 6 per cent from the Hth day oi Sept 1901 until paid subject to a credit for paid March l 5th 1003 and iwi paid Sept 14th WOo and o cost therein I shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the courthouse in Mt Vernon Iloekca county Kyto the highest bidder at 28thI mIing described prspcrty towit A tract of land located in Rockcas tie Co Ky on tho waters of Rouml stone creek and hounded as follows Bounded on the county road running from tha Sinks of Roundstona toil Madison county road and by Urn sui vejof Marlin Owens and by the stu vey of David Roberts and Magee including one acre of land around the house where Tilday Collins now lives in all supposed to contain 53 acres mere or less For the pbrcha so price the purchas er must execute bond with approved surety bearing legal interest from the day of saleuntil paid and havingthe force andeffec of a judgment Bidder will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms BJ BETHUHCMM C R C C are willing to inugh at other IIWe jokes l is a duty we all each other but we do wish they would shorten them- WANTED Special Representative in this county and adjoining territories to represent and advertise on old estalished business house of solid financial standing Salaiy 21 weekly with expenses advanced each Monday by check direct from headquarters Aorse and bu furnished when necessary posiionI permanent Address Blew Brothers 6oo Monon Bldg Chicago Ill f 1 fhro Kentucky Throu that granl state of Kentucky Where the Old Home got rinnie Where the fields are overflowing Vith the jeikw ipcning gr Her tnbaico plants re growing- In the finds not MV with corn Tobacco plants big ns cactus Just assure as yu are horn jVcs theyre large s goodsized cart Larger in our h ni Iie view But its ofas fine a grade rs I Is the old Kentucky DewIHere all people reap a Moneyin bark rom year to year All the preen calamity howlers Lose their jobs when the land here Here the dry ways are the highways Built high Pond dry from rains Iud flood lleethegnod roads delegation Swear tire roids are suttniy good But of pi fees and hijjluvavs finet Theres a road that stilts my tIteITis And the trains let no time waste From Kentucky to St Louis Operates this T01lorclas Across the famous old Green River On its roadbed smooth as glass Would you know what road I speak of Listen then to my advice For youll need it in your busines On your trip to Paradise In your travels to St Louis Hustle heat them under the wire Get the Henderson Route habU iTis a good one to acquire Jack HendersonGallagher DEAFNESS CANT BE CURED hy local apnlientinn ns tlier canjrnt roach the dfceasc1 portion of life ear There nnly one ir to Cum tlafiies anil that is y constrtuioaualraaareaiIsM eafne caused hy lninllallle1eonl1ilio1 of the inn lieingof lie Ktisineliuin tube this tube is inclined yon IIIn1 ruinbljif sound or imperfect hearing and when it fiiuitly clo ileafncss is the result mid unless ilie infiirmation can be Liken out and this tithe restored to its nnniKtl condition hearing he ifestroycd forever ultra dases out of ten are caused y feitainl which is uothins hut all jnllamed condition of ihfmucns services will give one hundred dullars fur any if of deafness hy catarrh tha1 jnnot be ctinil hy liitIIu Catarrh Cure Semi lair eireiiiurs free F CHENEY CO Toledo 0 Sold hy all IViigsist i els Halls family Pills an the laSt The Texas man who killed his wife and family because he was called home from a game of cards must have been in tempted when he had high low jack and the game in iris hand toss of Flesh When you cant eat break fast take Scotts Emulsion When you cant eat bread and butter take Scotts haveIvant something a little more nourishing Emulsion take Scotts To get fat you must eat fat Scotts Emulsion is a great fattener a great strength giver Those who have lost flesh want to increase all body tissues not only fat Scotts Emulsion increases them all bone flesh blood and nerveFor invalids for con consumptivesfor who need flesh Scotts Emulsion is a rich and comfortable foodand a natural tonic Emulsionjor bone IiScotts and nerve We will send you a free sample pictureinthe wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE 409 Pear SLNY and isl drugjistt WORLING OVERTIME Eight hour laws are ignored by those tireless little workers Dr i Kings New Life Pills Millions are always at work night and day curing Indigestion Billiousness Constipation Sickheadache and all stomach Liver and Bowel troubles Easy safe sure Only 250 at all drugstoresJ JwrIt The Kind You Hmo Always Bought anti which Las been in Itati fm over IJO years lures lornc the signature of J mitt has been made under his perIsonal since its I cccjc44tj1otttno one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations anti ti Jnstasgoo are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castorsa ia a harmless substitute for Castor OH Pare goric Drops and Soothing Sjrnps It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic xtthstaiscc Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms anti allays Fen rislmc s It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation awl Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy anti natural sleepIThe Childrens Panacea The Mothers Frlc- tstCASTORIAGENUINE ALWAYS Bears the Signature of p The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years COUAN FRENCH lCK and WEST BADEN Springs InuisviHeIIrcctnt visitor from Philadelphia who formerh vi nt to year saidJ do not see whv anyone eo s to Europe for medicinal water Th water is as beneficial and tire scenerj and surrounding coiintrj the air and the opportunities liar recreation art better the hotels and all accommoda tions are much finer at French Lick West Brdei Springs and title gentleman is a native ot Switzerland thesehighlandsor rifles and drives among the numerous bridle paths and road ways afford pleasure for those who desire rest and quiet while at the splendid anti exikrating casinos one can have all the entertain ment and social pleasure possible at the most fashionable risort- sOR THE MONON ROUTEF- or booklet telling all about the woters Hotel Rates and full information write E H BACON D P A Louisville Ky i Ii m rm l Memphisfirstior oneway tickets Half the One = Way Rate plus 200 MissouriArkansasIWrirc for particulars and cost of ticket from your home town IThe nmwlM thmnph trains li Teia with the and oomfortallo cars Turn trains make time annTarcirt tIiof L SCIAEFETT Traveling Passenger Agent CincinnatiE W La 1EAUNE Generril Pass anti Ticket Agt St Louis Mo rDiTkPillsThey temporarily constipation the I elsecrHealaniaiiiRiWngadlfltei i FITTY CENTS PER BOTT- LEDrugstoreAt Chas C Davis 1 THEBPKQEJRT1ERNDN MTVERNONKY OPENEb 1900 CAPITAL STOCK 15000 C C WILLIAMS PaRs JAS T ADAMS VICEPRES JV L RICHARDS CASHIER A B FURNISH ASST CASH DIRECTORSC C William Geo Livesay A T Fish S H Martin Rod PegJ EIIouk Ve solicit accounts of firms aud iudividuals Careiul aUenI lion is given collections entrusted to us Our friends and patrons are invited to call when in town Phone No 55 r j C c Willian ATTORNEYATLAWMT 1OFFICE Oc 2r flcu The Bank ofMt Vernon on l bull treetSpeeial attention g to collections Phone No S- oM L MYERS DentistI WORK OFFICE At residence on Old Main st known as the C C Williams residence PHONE No 73 Will be in office at BRODHPAD every M OK DAY noon tillluodhj noon J C McCLARY Undertaker Embalmer Complete IIHobcsh deis by ielej hone attended larmtly- SIRnferd Ky The Veranda Hotel JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR Stanford Ky Specially equipped for traveling men Sample room on first floor Bath rooms free to guests RATES 200 leT day Fowler fi AlbrigM BRCDHEAD KY MANUFACTURERS O- FIornbstones and- Monunients graniteJ1ornamentersVework feb 27 tf W M Francisco MONUMENTAL WORKS Brodhead Kv Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones ALL AORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVEN Frifh Hofef BRODHEAD KY GEORGE JETER PROP Headquarters for Traveling Men Goon Sample RoomLivery Attached The patronage of Rockcastle citizens specially desired Miller House HUGH MILLER PROPRI- RTORHeadquarters for Commercial Men aPorter at nfl trains i MT VERNON DIRECTORY f COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURT Fourth Mon J day in each month I QUARTRRLYCOt1TFiIst Mon 1 day in each month CIRCUIT COUPT Second Mon day in February Fourth Monday f in May and Thiid Monday in tennberIMT VERNON POLICE COURT IThird Monday in each month CHURCHES 7 Service it the Christina Church P ing 1st A3rl Sunda sit a m 730 p Hl1nda1 I chool 90 a m ileetiurgiveryllturdayThe all services ervite4thBaptiit Church Serrices uuSeLoolmeeting on Tuesday nichts MASONI 6jdy9amMT VERNON R 1140MEETS every S- Et2lam IKOTMTEsarid 3rd Monday y CITAb CD VERNON SIGNAL ifMT Ky 11cii 1J041 IIl9Coli up No you wnnt to SIGNALl91cute with j R TIME TABLE I north 1206 p m jfi north 137 a n 3 south 129 pit 15 Suith 113 a n TAS LANDKUM Agent Phony Xo 58 alrtertdnalarmII matter PERSONAL Jack Adams was at home Sun diy Alex Penuington has been very this week Judge P D Colyers family have measles Everett Hunt has been quite sick but is betteriU buying goods Mesbac Gentry has begun work on his new dwelling O L Mason has gone to Bright Shade Clay cninty Mr and Mrs George Hiatt art visiting in Garrard Mrs Tho Cherry was the guen of Mrs J W Brown Jonas McKenzie is in Louisvillt this week buying goods itAuntriously ill with the grip Judge W L Brown was dowi from London yesterday James Bussell living on Rock castle river is seriously ill IfYerJohn Hunt had charge of the jail during Jailer Parsons absence T A Stewart is at home Ira Central University for the vacation Mrs James I White 01 Stanford is visiting her sister Mrs Jni several in town bli are having their second round with t measlesTip is very sick with rheumatism not able to move his Innbs at all Drs Davis and Lovell attended the Medical Association at Brod head TuesdayIMrs Ed Woodall spent severs days this week with her mother Mrs B F Sutton W H Brown and family ol Walnut Grove visited the 3amil- of A Pennington Sunday Cleveland Herd the oldest son of Tip Herd is thought to be dying ofconsumptionLater he is dead Rev J C Carmical accompanied by his daughter Miss Nannie was tat Preachersville from Friday until Sue and W C Mulhns were here between trains Tuesday look ing after some important business mattersA baby arrived at the horn of A W Sowards Monday morn ing It was christened Nanni- 1ermillhon Jailer J W Parsons went to Stanford to be operated on for catarrh He was accompanied by Mrs Parsons Mr and Mrs W J Sparks daughter Miss Fannie and Miss Mat Williams heard Mdm Pattie sing last Friday night Neal Parrett has finished up the extension on Sparks building on Main street which will be used by Judge Colyer as a storehouse Mr D N Williems came hear losing his residence by fire last Saturday The prompt arrival of the bucket brigade was the only thing that saved it Henry Bales the carpenter has finished tip some improvements on Mat Ballards building on Main street which will be used for an of lice or business house JackLawrence telegraph opera too has resumed work for the L N after two years which he put in on Texas and Western roads Jack is one of the best operators on the roadrE A Herrin is at Eigh Cli Jellico putting Jfoundation for Sparks Williams big crusher works which will ma ballast for a big part of the new It N extension to Knoxville p AIjRev J Lee will preach at Buckeye Sunday morning at n oclock There is much sick ness through out the co unty cud the doctors are kept busy Hud Lear was tried Tuesday ml adjudged insane and was taken 10 the lixirglon ns ltin H C pones tool him Dr T J Price is the happiest man in the country because of ill eI arrival ofa fine girl baby at hone a few days ago- If you have a farm you want sold report same to the Rockcastle Real Instate Co nnd it Hill he larked terI S AitJRiriiT Gen lang What dots a town expect to ac complish if all dont pull together- A town board is elected they work without salary spend valuable time in trying to better the condition S C KLAOK 311NOKCA Eggs for sale 50 cts for 15 from leEggsD S PURDOM mar IItf Mt Vernon Ky Sots the Winchester Democrat There are thjrtv eight widows n iCentucky drawing pensions onac rouut of the services of their hus ands in the war of 1812 ofwhom wo reside in this county Mrs Bax ter and Mrs Chism Our postmaster has received r shipment of the Smith Poultry Feeder on which he ha a patent One of the feeders is on cxhilmioi the postofficc It is pronounced i success and the inventor re ceiving ninny bids for territory throughout the country DKAD TJ Cress died at his tome at Monticello Wayne county ast Sunday morning of consump ion Tom as he was called b lis many friends and relatives w i n reared in this county was a n tlf the late D M Cress and a rather Judge W R Cress of Mon cello The following special was cnti ruts Alt Vernon under date ol torch 9th Judge James T dams our leading merchant and politician has announced his can lidacy for delegate from the Eighty district to the National Republican Convention at Chicago on th platformI Jim Wood was over from Con way yesterday and told us that they ere going to have a 20000 hotel at their place Richmond parties ire behind the move Some water from the mineral well at that point has recently been analyzed and i t ott water it contained ten grains of lithia It is hoped to make Con way a great health resort The jail birds made an attempt byda negro o is staying with Jailer Parsons to unlock the door Whan they first made the proposal to him he re ported si me to the jailer the result of which the boys are now spend ing their time in the cells RockeCounty Medical Association Ieabsence of the President Dr J S Cooper the meeting was called to order by VicePresident Dr P parliamentairims bv Dr Lovell who gave a splendid talk on diagnosis and treatment and discussed by Drs Benton and Gravely After the discussion the meeting adjourned to the elegant residence of Dr Benton where the hungry M Ds were feasted wined and dined to their souls content We want to say that Dr Be ton and his good lady are the very best of entertainers They have the way of making one feel at home as few people have The few hours spent there with the Dr and his pleasant little family will remain fresh in our memory as long as we remain on this mundane spheroid After biding to our hostess and Miss Willie and Master John adue we wended our way back to the rqorn where we wt again called to order Pneumon- and its Treatment were then taken up and discussed by the assembly Also the best way to stamp out at adjournedff toof meet at Livingston the 2nd Tues phyLesi county adjoining counties are cordially invited to be there S C DAVIS Secy PErl 13 TURN m If you have some land or town property you want sold report same to Rockcaste Real Estate Co at once We expect to begin advertising next weekaRev W L Brock will fill his regular appointment at the Baptist church Sunday ThiwiJl he his last services at this place as he has accepted a call for every Sunda in the month to the Baptist church at London Mrs G W Brooks of Brod headwill go to Louisa ille about the 15th to buy millinery She will remain in the city about Uo weeks to learn the latest styles in trimming etc Later iiicnts will he made 114Icoming appalling again in this county There quite a number of COllwayIlone death Mrs Ben Lear who last Friday night FOR RH = TThc Mrs Proctor property north side railroad Mt Vernon Ky Good house and gar at 500 per month For fur particulars call on T J Proc tor Mt Vernon or write Mrs Polly Martin Rowland Ky mar It 2t Robert Reed aged about 6Sflf near Climax was found dead in his barn lot Friday morning Mr Reek was employed as sawyer for Wood Clark andon Friday morning as usual left the house early to go to the mill He was apparently alt tight when he let ml the family s ppotd he was a lie nuilIS it was his custom o hail and stay late But late ii the afternoon Haiku Scott happened to pass the horn and saw bi horse with a saddle on which at tracted his attention and looking more clo ely he beheld the lifeless groundIa on sidesand a part ot the neck having been eaten offa most terrible sight to behold His deatl was due to heart failure He teas a brotherinJaw oi Robert Leger and inns a good citizen A special from Somerset undei date of March gth says W H Lair Marshal of Honstonville deputytHuston shot and killed feeeWest of here this morning Wilson was charged with stealing in LincoKi county and tin officers were tryin o capture him He was endeavoring to effect 1m escape andwasf110t and killed bj Lair rs are in custody os Sheriff here awaiting the Coroners verdict Thfc Coroner has left foi the scene of the killing ones aftej his report Iris been made the men will be given a hearing before the County Judge Wilson has been in this count a greater part of the time for the past year and some horse stealing which has recently taken place near Wildie has been placed to his credit This is our last say to some of the post masters in this cpunty the next say will he theirs with Uncle Sam To our own personal knowledge we know that certain postmaster in the county have instead of delivering the papers been holding them back saying to the patrons to whom they belong that there was no mail and then sellthe papers for 25 cents per hundred Other postmasters simply throw the papers aside and never deliver them while others will tear the labels from the papers and write other parties names instead these things we have seen with our own eyes and heard with our own ears Almost every week some one is in mattnwith my paper today All papers are sent out from this office every week and If you fail to receive them it is the fault of the mail service and not our This does not apply to all the post mast ersas there are some in the count y who attend strictly to business and about whom there is never any complaint COLLEGE NOTES isAll teachers are asked to remember the special drill which opens Monday March 20 Tennis and Basket Ball are being proposed for the athletic training those who aspire for the re mainder of the school year The excursion agent of the Louisville C Nashville railroad has furnished some attractive rates for an excursion to the Mammoth Cave Students are much interested and there will likely hya tour of dis covery made yet pec1aItroduced such as Twentieth Cen tury Educational Problems The Best Mothods of Tricking in SouthwicksIiso less imiinrtriir Teachers are inviltd to see the circular announce men t II F11 ltiTOno thJasprpnetlenn11It Mis Nirtpfi is visiting at Ciuh Orchail R C Wade was in 11t1trntt TuesdayR Sams is on the sick list this week Mr J S Caloway is visiting at i Rileys Switch It is thought that there will be a bank in LivingstonmMrs Walter Miller is visiting her mother at Brodhead Mrs W M Fields of May wood is visiting Mrs J F Cooper BrowningI store house OP Will McClure is visiting friends in Livingston this week Miss Gecirga MeFerron is visiting at Pine Hill this week The New Livingston Coal Co- moving things to the front Mrs Sue Mullins made a hmijness trip to London Saturday W C Mullins and D S McKin uey are in Louisville this week Miss Helen and Mrs J E Singleton are very sick at this writing Mrs Bob Payne and Sister Miss Bessie are visiting at Livingston Mrs Susan MeFerron is visiting Stanford her brother J or Thompson atI J C Childress jirOrlando spent Wednesday with his son Dr W J Children i Cap Thomas is Erecting a house beyond the Rifer meI on River Heights Mrs Lucy Woodall is visiting friends at Crab Orchard an1 Alt Vernon this week Richard Moberlj sold hissPluI if mules and wagon for S1go to Mr tiellardofBig Hill hits are dangerously sick with gripp and pneumonia Richard Moberly has moved over In town He says he is tired cf iving in the countrytMiss Ina Edwards of Knoxville Tenn is visiting relatives at the f Eight Gables this week Mr Fred Andes and two ers of Altamont were visiting 1e tamily of W F Tubbs Sunday James Strange has moved Lebanon Junction and Willie Pike has moved to the house vacated by him Dock Oliver left Livingston last Monday night to visit friendsand relatives at his old home in North CarolinaIA N Bentley is haying a fine rock wall put up in front of his home Pet up by our hustli friend jas Smith Mr and Mrs Robt Wade went to Peiryville Friday to attend the funeralof Mr S H Hart Mrs Wades grandfather Mart Hix has kept on tryis until he has had a district cut off from the Livingston district and will have a school house built on Gaul branch The work train is putting in long siding in Livingston Who said that Livingston wasnt coming nieimprovements are are going up the while MARRIED =Mr Emrnitt Quinn and Miss Telitha Mullins were married at the home of the bride Mullins Station Thursday The bride is a very beautiful young lady and the youngest daughter Henry Dart Mullins decease The groom is a bright young man of our town We wish them much happiness through life Joseph Smif h head of the Mormon church told the Smoot inn tigating Committee Monday that he had not taught polygamy publicly in recent years but he upheld the doctrine of polygamy and said a violation of the revelations of G upon which the church was fou rejecltiOD LAND STOCK AXD CROP In former times a cattle dealer could ride a single day in his own neighborhoodand get together a bunch of steers that at maturity would equal the best Illinois or Iowa cattle now sent to Chicago for the Christmas markets At pres 3nthe would ride for a year and Sooner3orhaps right themselves for farmers must realize in the end that it costs more to produce a good calf deIno place whatever Kentucky harmer an Breeder More mutes are pnxluced in Missouri than any other State in the Union At present there are 300060 there worth 22000000 JTo Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine lab ljts All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure BGroves sig nature is on each box 2 ar 201vr Ayers CherryPectoral nignt coughs of children No croup i bronchitis A Cherry Pectoraldoc- tors medicine for all affections of the throat broil SoldIPVrmlldrylydrew2Ictlo flro 11 ro artitgitfor VIl Night Coughs Keep the bowels open with one of flyers Pills at bedtime just one 1904The Worlds Fair Line 1904 SHE MUST HAVE BEEN A KEMTCTvIAN IWhere are you going my prett maid To the Worlds Fair at St Lou sir she said IIis what line will you trae- 11m dear said he Over the Henderson Route c course said she goIsir she said oftIFrom Kentuckythrough Iv vansville to St Louis said tosheseem to be pleased with that ilYou he said They are Good Service origina torssirshesaid Im traveling another routetj Ias hebYoull have to show me kind sir said she All lines look alike tomelu saidnI can only see one The Henerson she said I need me a helpmate my dear said he Wont you travel to St Louis mega yoi needsaid she But the Henderson Route Comfort lineforme tvayaNo Im for the Henderson any day she said CeIs the choice of routes worth mor allthan my love said hey No but the Choicest of Routes h dear sir said she How then can I wed you fai atmaid he said Get the Henderson Route habit first she said ofMoral to Men lady was undoubtedly IThis 10 the best would have no other Thereforeif you would wedded and happy lie Get The Henderson Route Habit esTis a good habit to require CASTORIAFor BoughtriBears the Signature of C4fc44 Zfr uN S LJkr twryIii ifJ j IInstantly Relieved Quickly Cured By the use of y J Jf ht P slm 3 U J nH1f1j A Soothing Coolies Healing Remedy BurigFeverlates the Circulation Keeps the Feet Warm and ComfrL2Uet Policemen Motormen Conductors Clerks and all those who arc on their feet a great deal sSibUlil always keep a bottle of PARACAMPH in their homes for use at night Gives Instant Relief to Corns Einons and Frost Bites IVie Guarantee every bottle to do VTtt it we c 5Y for If If it fails your money will be refttnt25 cants 50 cents and 100 bottles At All Good Druzxists a For sale bv MT VEREtON DRUG CO WfcJf5TSR FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS Its not sentimentthat makes the most successful shots shoot Winchester Factory Loaded Shells Its the re j i fr suits they give Its their entire reliability even 5 1 ness of pattern and uniform shooting Winchester Leader shells loaded with smokeless powder are 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 their shooting and reloading qualties Try either of these brands and youll be well pleased They are THE SHELLS THE CHAMPIONS SHOOT IPTIONS IEVERY druggist says tltltt- his drugs are pure Every drug gist says that he does not sub stitute Every druggist says does not use inferior Ithntd1f drugs Every says that he does ac curate work Yhat is there left for us to say different front anybody else Kellwe in you to bring your pre crip tion here toil see the kind of treatment you get in our store and notice the way everything m ydois put up just as your doctor would like to have ir Chas C Davis PHONE Mt Vernon Ky WilliS GRiFFiNPractical Undertlcer and FUNERAL L DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Kv CarJLJLlimbalming done on short notice ICome and see me anything I have not got can get for you on firs leave the cit- y0RUERS by wire Promptly Filled Phone No 63 The World All Knows ihytheWorlds Fair Line It you Mire a trip in view to Evansville St Lour or to any point in the West or Southwest ASK USFOR RATES fisk Us First f nero are reduced rates in effect on account of IIIfeeial occasions Home Seekers or Colonists lay wo have them E MWOMACK G L GARRETT City Passenger Agent Traveling lit saietAattc L J AgentLonisrille f fWORMS Jl WHITES CREAM 1 l l SJirotb nt tlr 13 For 26 Years Mas Lest all WOFmne fflsdis Titr90L iSY 11T2t R iTGrCxSSlPreparettbytt 3AlSi1rE 1r A1L96a130 5 OLti Sold b CHAS C C vt Vernon K OLD MEN IN FINISH FIGHT AgorA Philadelphia Agree to Settle Property Dispute by a FUttc Encounter Col Dill Calhoun 70 years old and Nat Urlan 83 years old of Philadel phia are completing arrangements for a fight the finish Tboy lire in ad joining properties in Norwood and are said to be on bad trrms owing to the tact that Trian has built his house tn feet nearer the road than Oalhomrs front orcb TIlt match grew out of a rarelwss re marl by Calhoun that he would like to put on the gloves with a boy of his ase rian promptly tool him up Col Calhoun is one of the wealthiest residents of Norwood He formerly p lived in Philadelphia and once repre sented the First ward In councils Ne long ago he defeated Samuel Parsons 22 year old In a 30yard dash Urian is a lltodo blacksmith and for inftuy years vas the champion vres Her of Delaware county Both principles were in the pink of rendition when interviewed the other afternoon by a reporter Col Calhoun had just returned tram a tenmile wall Hesa rding my coming encounter wj th Nat Trian he said you can say that cm in good condition and expect to uin dont think ihet Nat will last three rounds with me Hes too old In lite lime he was a good oneS but that day ix passed Of course if be insists on flshting and tranta io lose hi money I ran hfljilt So lie says I am a lies been does lif said Irlan when seen a short time Lqlaterbeen Why Bill Calhoun is not in my nas It will tale me about one round lo put him outIOLD CLOCK A WONDERt Mcnt JtiuejtIre 1iriiIh 1Id cr od 1oriiIua d ICing Clarib clau Tie oldfashioned grandfathers flJncl is becomIng a rarity and only ro v nd then one of them U offered at a public rate in the country dis tricts Then they bring big prIce one recently eUine tOI S2Cr when the compel Ion between descendants of the orignal owaer was lively Ueceatly C C lUoyer of OrwigF burr Ia bought one of these an Ucjuated timepiecee and as a result of his rewmstnictifiii The clock instead of iafrflf striking the hour now ffcoa the date day of the weel at ji tribes Different bent for the hour at the halfhour Then on Sunday morn Ins at precisely 830 the clocks church chilue6 ring a small Oiwis above ihe dial anti the figure of a man appear book In hand This figure remains above the dinl all day Sunday disappearing late on that day ffnd tot reappearing till the following Sunday Young Mover who is 2i sear W Is noted for hiR Ingenuity At an early age he became interested In the roiislruntion of odd iiiaibiur The qjd clock adorns hU home and Is a muchadmired piece or furniture NEVER SAW HIS WIFE nd thI JIIIIIIItIPI Uad teCI tlrr- iJntlw IIrlIrMILa SIory of CJirw Tins Chew Ting the Chinaman who said ho would sooner he deported than marry an American girl even it he li3f the chancre made disclosures be tore boing taken to New Ortan by Chief Deputy United States Marsha Patterson which explained the mys iery In the case says the Chicago In Jer Ocean I am a married man admitted Ting I have been married 22 years hut have never seen my wife The only way I came to learn that I had a wife was through my father He wrote to me from China and said that be bought a wife for me 22 years ago and that he was saving her for me so he could surprise me understand my wife cost Ting was arrested ore the charge of being in the United States unlawfully The Mongolian came to Chicago 23 years ago passing through Canada The Chinaman was told that the onh way he could escape being deported- Wl3 to be married HAT SAVES WOMAN3 LIFE Jai tate I111Iorr Creation Pre vrntu Krjirriirr of Meat oCAVmuuu VIto fall on Suite rMewoI A new style hat saved the life of Mrs Buhl of Sharon Pa the other after icon She Is the wife of frank H Buhl ujuHlmilllonJare and former president of the Sharon Steel company Mrs Buhl was walking along the agherferes of the blow rendered her clousI InTwore Underneath the back part of the hat was a heavy roll of velvet which strucvthe pavement The physicians say that had the vel vet not been on the hat the blow would surely have caused death Hood Cure for lyiicli Iaw A man in Michigan committed a crime and in less than hours afterward ho received a life sentence This is the kind of medicine says the Chicago Rec ordHerald that will cure the lynch law habit tiuei1Ku Visitor to Switzerland 4 Switzerland is gaining in popularity as a resort for Americans During the sea r4 son of 1899 the number ot Americans registered in the hotel books was 7348 last summer there were 11559 HAPPY HEALTHY CHILDREN Any child can take little ax Risar4 with perfect safety They nre harmless never gripe or sicken and yet they are so certain in re sults that robust constitutions re quiring drastic ineins are never disappointed Thev xinnot fail to perform their mission and every one who uses DeWitts little Ext li Riers pnefer them to all other pills Thfv Qtue billiousuess Sold bt J nED i1ES IMP tOPEH I Saxon Judge Decides That They Are at Least Undignified r Jetnlr ot lii Str1 rt 1a1 ii ottIt the fIorJnflPrSMYUrlchtc Ufe A prolonged litigation wherein tnej propriety of au upper teacher in a chool wearing a red necktie was tho Issue came to an end the other day at the court decidin t 1thateven if t1notsocialist emblem- Dr Weidanertbeolfender in question wore a red tie as he avers inadvertently o a school picnic and thereupon the Plauen Anzeiser criticised him severely as an improper person to teach th e youth i Iiheauer said the editor was quite within his f aunctioxian lieckwearered to indicate revolutionary principles j on the part of the wearer If the Jung could have heard the den hurled bac at him by John Farson of Chicago ti iingexponent of the scarlet and ruby red cravat when he heard the verdict without doubt be would have declared himself in more modified terms Mr Farson hesitated a few moments in order to control himself and the red fourinhand neatly tied at his throat tool on a blighter crimson like Penny f ons robin Does he Ilare thundered Mr Far oil who is nearly the fect four inches n height anti a bnnch of red ties hurii n either side of the mirror in his room fluttered back Dnetlie Kins Howard wears a red tit 1ty he a Saxon judge dare to question a king Say let him know from me that a person who has not wol a red tie has not learned the flne frivoli ties of life Since say crusade in favor 1imywoman friend to whose lOne husbandas a doen on written me that her husband is breaking himself in the house and expects to appear on the streets The red necktie throws a little bright jttss into a mans life He is too apt to about with somber faceand still more somber clothing But when lie is arrayed II 1lavermillion red waistcoat and a red tie then his cup of joy is full Iidyoll ever wear that in New York was asked iSure and it was applauded too Onl the other evening attended a iueett aOfbrethren from a neighboring city all adorned virh bright red ties T red Tit has ccmj1 to stay It may be the trace of the aborigine left in m tae rvason like them so well but by the way send me the address of tha judge and I will ship a dozen of a Chi csst haberdashers latest creations of flaming red with Farson woven in the backISCIENCE PRESERVES STONES Iruf Cliurcli Stoj CrtiiiiUliiiK t Vr tiuinBt T Alibey Mini iIetorr Jlartl b tlienitcBlSolution Fears aroused from time to time re gardins the Westminster abbey owing tu the decay of ils stone work will be ptI af rest by the highly encouraging report of Prof A H Church Ir appears this prGb1IIEJUwater t surface he is able to reconstitute the stcce acd snake it as sound as ever aIrIfound that baryta waterslra ed on the surface converts gypsum back again into carbonite of lime with a film of baryta sulphate that is unaffected by acids The baryta water penetrates deep into the stone and after repeated applications hardens it gradually from back to front More than two years have passed since Prof Church adopted this method for Ihonsefully mined it is a complete success PUNISH JOKING BY STUDENTS I Ediutitrgeri re Itnutiintpd for Pre ntlng Small iIleuk Doll U Itort1 Orator Practical jolting among students of Edinburg university has led to two or three of the number being rusticated for two years The joke for which this plaedtSir Robert Finlays rectorial address during which the students behaved lit a lighthearted hilarious manner mal lag so deafening a noise that no one heard what Lord Fiulay was saying At fancyrlresssented the speaker with a small black doll It was noticed at the time that bs premier who was in a chair looked an gry when two merry young studentscjarched up with the doll hut their rus tication was quite a surprise Children Horn Yenr An extraordinary AIRrI beftllien Itowhom she has given birth on the same date The first was in 1900 and every anniversary since she has punctually given birth to a son The greatest cu ri oaity is felt as to whether she will bring the feat off next year IT SAVED HIS LEG P A Danforth of LaGrange Ga suffered forsix months with a frightful running sore on his leg wt writes that Bucklens Arnica Salve wholly cured it in five days For Ulcers Wounds Piles its the l htst salve in the world Cure f guaranteed Only 25C Sold by all dtuggistfe PAPEa 13 TORN N riCommissioners ROOICCASTLE COr XT COURT Alex Lackey Admr cIll-s iV Notice Commissioners Sale Wary DuVall cDelB-y virtue of a judgment and order sale of the Roekcastle Circuit Court ivndered therein at the lAli term thereof 1804 in the abovJ styled ac ion for lle sum of 10000 Uli 0 per jient ill llt theroon from tlxo 11th tin ht Fob ISSii until paid subject to a credit os 25 paid Tune 7th 1880 an paid Sept itt 1887 rnd the fur ieriitm of 801128 with interest there on at the rate of i per cent from Oct 2nd 28ST iinlil paid and and 13280 c ist tho former debt recovered by J Carter and the latter uncovered by Laikey Administrator the undersign ed vill or Monday the 26ih day of uII 10M itdeing county COlllt n the hours of 8 oclock a m nd 4 oVJoek p m offer for sale M front door of the court house in Mt Vernon Ky to the highest bilder lat public auction upon a credit of ix pruCA certain tract of land located on Copper Creek in Hockea tlc county Ky l eipnf the same tract conveyed to Daniel B Harrold by E W Da ker and wife and John Haggard on t t AametlelO DuNall arid Oscar DuVall on the 1th day ofFeb ISSo arid bound ed as follows JJeginning at a poplar sideIof Copper creek it being the corner of the outside line to the 4th antI otl division of John Haggard estate thence a line of the 5tb division N V4 poles and links to a White oak near a drain In C tlett Conway old line thence with his line S44 Vfil oles and 20 links to a large wIti n alt and gum corner to the 4th also a corner to the 5th division afoi Raid thence with thu outside linel1thcird division still with line or hear so S4o Vfi2 oles to a poplar and gum anti sarvis corner tho 3rd und 2nddivision of the Hug gard trtt non corner to Mitohct PinkPitons thence with Ills line f d and find division S37 Ello pole to a white oak about 5 poles E of tin Copper creel nounty road crossing Copper creek at 72 poles at 02 poleti crossing in an out side line thence tt l4 poles to a chestnut mapli nd sourwoodon a lull side near drai corner to the 3rd and 4thdivi N7 lor 01E49near the gum and beach corner to th 4li ard ith division thence the divis hn line between the 4th andfrth divit iou now IT E Maddox line N20 t it i poles and links croosrirp opper creek in all poles and Jt links to the beginning including n nd 4tb divisions of the Haggard Vss ate md containing 89 acres more cr For the purchase price the purchas er must exccuto bond with approved suretv hearing legal intel est f roin dry of sale until paid and having force anti effect of a judgtnant Bid der will bo prepared to comj lv promptly with rboso term IB J Pcthururr R CC SAbfIROCKCASTIJ CIRCUIT Corirr r T Snith Plff Vs Notice of Commissioners Salt J H Collins cDnft By virtue of a judgment and order of sale If the Rockcatle Circuit foui t rendered therein at the Fob term thereof in the above styled action HlOJI the sum of 5500 with intents at rate of 6 percent from the 11th lay or Sept 1901 until paid subject to a credit for paid March 16th 1003 and oi paid Sept 14th 10o3 and cost therein I shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the court house in Mt Vernon Roekcas tIe county Kyto the highest bidder at public auction on Monday the 28th d a of March 1904 between the hours of 8 oclock am and 4 oclock p m upon a credit of six months the folow ins Described prspcrty towit A tract of land located in Rockcas tie Co Ky on thc waters of Rout s one creek and hounded as follows Bounded on the county road running from the Sinks of Rottndstona to the Madison county road and by tho sui veyof Martin Owens and bj the ittit vey of David Roberts and Magee including one acre of land around the house where Tilday Collins now lives in all supposed to contain 50 acres mere or less For the pbrchase pr ca the cr must execute bond with purcmsI surety bearing legal interest tlielforcewith these terms IE J BCTHUKCM M C R C C We are wlllinR t laugh at other peoples jokes It is a duty we all owe to each otherbut we do wish IWANTED e in this county and adjoining territories to represent and advertise on old estalishefl business house of solid financial standing Salaiy 21 weekly wilh expenses advanced each Monday by check direct from tsurnishedpermanent Address Blew Broth 6ooMonon Bldg Chicago r l Thro Kentucky Throuthat gramlstateof Kentucky Where the Old Home got its iimnc Where the fields ln overflowing the jeilwnpcniiig graif Iuh plants tire growing fields not with corn plants big ts cactus Just as sure as yu are horn niVes they latge Sgood sized call us in our h in lie view 11Larger as fine a grade rs Is the old Kentucky DewIHeie all people reap a in baikMoney rout All the gieen calamity Itowlerixi Tose thdr jobs when the land here Here theVary ways are the highways Built high and dry from rains and flood leetheiod roads delegation Swear the roads are suttnly good But of pie and higlnvavs finet Theres a road that suits my taste Tis the line of Solid Comfort And the trains let no time waste From Kentucky to St Louis Operates this roa of class cross the famous old Green River On its roadbed smooth as glass Would you know what wad I speak of Listen then to my advice For youll need it in your business On your trip to Paradise In your travels to St Louis Hustle beat them under the wire Get the Henderson Route halvt l1Tis a good one to acqt1ireI rJack HendersonGallagher DEAFNESS CANT BE CURED by local annliintinn ns ilief canunt rpach fJIhe iiseaerirtioli of tile ear There only one nr to Onre dafiu that by constihttonal rpniwbss IIIRillc caused by an inllanielvonditioi of the iiii lieing of tin Knstichuin tube When ilits tnbn ixiii1nnip yon havn Ja rumbln souiul or iinjKTiect hf3ring and when it onutly closed lpifncss is tIll result and unices the information can be tiken out and this tnbrt rKinrf to lK normal condition hearingwill he tfettrnycil forever nine alur1rwhichiiuothinj lint an Jnllainnl coniHtion of iheniuciis servieis anyIIcannot be ciinil by Halls Cat Cure Seixl for cirirntiirs free 1 niEXEYACO Tolrto O 11111all Driigffist els laths family Pills an the hst h The Texas man who killed his wife and family because he was called home from a game of card must have been inteutpted when IpWhen you cant eat break fast take Scotts Emulsion When you cant eat bread and butter take Scotts Emulsion When you have been living on a milk diet and want something a little more nourishing take Scotts Emulsion To get fat you must eat fat 5cotts Emulsion is a great fattener a grat strength giver Those who have lost fleshIwant to increase all tissues not only fat Scotts Emulsion increases them all bone flesh blood and nerveFor invalids for con consumptivesfor who need flesh Scotts Emulsion is a rich and comfortable food and a natural tonic lEmuIsionJor bone IScotts d and nerve We will send ouI a free sample pictureinthe of every bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE 409 Pearl SLNY and ahldrugghts WORLING OVERTIME Eight hour law are ignored by those tireless little workersDr4 Kings New Life Pills Millions are altvaysat work night aud day curing Indigestion Billiousness Constipation Sickheadache aud all t macb Liver and Bowel troub les Easy safe sure Only 250 at all drugstoresj =t ler558SSaSiJi3 j Ai IA Tho Kim You Havo Always Bought ami which has heea in list fin over 30 years has borne tIle signature of and has heels simile under his per atA f7 z sonal supervision since its infancy A31ov no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations antI li Jttstrusgootl are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Inlauts and CliildrcuExpcrience against Experiment What Is CASTORClastoria iT a harmless substitute for Castor OH Pare goric Drop3 and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic ibstscc Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worm and allays Feverishness It cures Diarriitea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural deep The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTOR1A ALWAYS Bears the Signature of L The Kind Yon Rave Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years Tue r 1 FRENCH LICK and WEST BADEN Springs Lcouisvi11eIA recent visitor from Philadelphia who formerh wi nt tn Carlsbad every year said I do not see whv anyone eo s to Europe for medicinal water Th water is as beneficial and opportunitiestions are much finer at French Liek Vest det Springs and this gentleman is a native ot Switzerland thesellior rules and drives among the numerous bridle paths and road ways afford pleasure for those who desire rest and quiet while at the splendid and exikrating casinos one can have all the entertain ment and social pleasure possible attho most fashionable resorts ON THE MONON ROUTEF- or booklet telling all about the woters Hotel Itatea and fun information write E H BACON DP A Louisville Ky Ii rmIn lID I Memphisfirstion oneway tickets Hall the One = Vlay Rate plus 200 MissouriArkansasWrite for particulars and cost of ticket from your home town The nnswlM tlimnph train Teia l with the tinienldoCncrThronrh Ttxru With a L SCKAEFEU Traveling Insscngcr Agent CincinnatiE VA La BSAT7ME General Pass and Ticket Aflt St Louia Ho r njiTkPiTsiTheytemporarlly constipationby I elsecrdesliver cures acts on theI Hel and Fever and every form Malarial Bilious Remitting snd mitting Foyers and by going to the seat of the J works permanent cure FITY CENTS PER BOTTLE At Chas C Davis Drugstore iiTHE B1IiiI OF fiT VERNON MT VERNON5KY OPENEb 1900 CAPITAL STOCK 15000 C C WILLIAMS PRES JAS T ADAMS VICEPRES JV L RICHARDS CASHIER A B FURNISH ASST CASH Fib11SVe solicit rc accounts of firms aud individuals Caretul attenI lion is given collections entrusted to Our friends and patrons are Phone No 55 tisj c Williari IeT VERNON KY 1OFFICE Or 2rC fito Tbe Bank of 11 t Vernon on Chut- dtreetSpecisls aUfnUOU g to collections Phone No S- oL11 MYERSWORK OFFICEAt residence on Old Main st known as the C C Williams residence PHONE No 73 Will be in office at ERODHFAD fi every MONDAY noon till 1 uesdsy noon v J C McCLARY Undertaker Embalmer Complete LIXEofu ktts t Hobes c Is deis by Telej hone attend td jirornjtly Stanford K y The VerandaHotel JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR Stanford t Ky Specially equipped for traveling men Sample room on first flooi Bathrooms free to guests RATES 200 ler day Fowler 5 fllbrigjit BRCDHEAD KY MANUFACTURERS O- F1ornbstjones and- Monuments graniteJtcirvers letterers Md ornamenters gradeworkfeb 27 tf W M Francisco MONUMENTAL WORKS Brodhead KT Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones ALL VORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVEN Frifh Hofe BRODHEAD KY GEORGE JETER PROP Headquarters for Traveling Men Good Sample Room Livery Attached The patronage of Roekcastle citi zens specially desired Miller House HUGH MILLER PROPRIETOR Headquarters for Commercial Men IPorter at all trains MT VERNON DIRECTORY COURT CALENDAR I jdayMonday f Idayin May and Third Monday in temberIMT VERNON POLICE COURT IThird Monday in each month CHURCHES lertieca it the Chntatian hurbp- nglat3r1 Sundasit ii a m 730 p m tinndaj rhool9o a ra KveryThnrsdayThe all services seryheth ChurchServiceItnrday School et 9am every S meeting on Tuesday nights NASONI fday9am Al4GMEETS at2ira MACCA- BKOT MTsicrVand 3rd Monday at ciUbcD1