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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ifi Established 887 1 XVII 1 1t V reYJ O ll unfleruo ligt111 VOLUME IILItI IGoon NWS TodIes BANNER SKIRTS Come See I rTj COME jH ESE SKIRTS are of the best goods for the lowest prices They are made better than any other short in in the land for the least money U R 500 skirts are somthin OutofSiglit We lava four colors to choose front1Ve will mrke you one to measure for same money LOOK at our 450our X300our 200 buyingelsewhere WE HAVE A FINE LINE OF Dress and r ass a Goods COM Ewe will be glad to show yu through our stock deliveryJF KRUEGER SONS MT VERNON KY =11 1 ATT H C Jones attended court at S UJfl1rd Mnlh of H C Jones sold to Chint Lesr his farm near here for 350 Rev Brocic of Copper Creek attended church here Born to the wife SundayI man ou last ICIMer targii s of J M Lear and familywJ F Adams b s been quite ick fur a few days with something likeI measles ReY J C Carmical filled Us IM regular a ppoijU njeut andlSunday Elijah Owens was at Scaffold Cane Friday to visit his daughter if Mrs Frank Blazer hfoSltlbeucontinues to grow worse J J Smith who has been cow fined to his bed some time with grip is able to be out again Mrs Lauretta Hiatt has been on the sick list for several days but is slightly improved at present- H B McClary returned home it from Louisville Monday where he spent a pleasant week with friends relativesW IA received n tele gram Tuesday that his sister Mrs Rider of Louisville is dead but owing to he unable to attend the burialCChint Lear sold to Wm McQueen a of near Crab Orchard a farm price 1600 Mr McQueen was former ly a citizen of this uuuty He will move to his new home shortly A K McClary who has been suffering with rheumatism for quite a wiiile is slowly improving and we hope that when the weather moderates he will be out again The small pox care in this vicinity 9 seem to have about subsided The doctors think they fiiive the disease under Jcomnil and that a further spead of the disease will Le prevented One having died All other patients reported better Mis Annie Parkerson who has foUser some months ii spending a few days with hwaieiolks and out of has been wearour young raeii who duriniher absence is looking as if his life was all pleasure again DO YOU WANT STRENGTH- If ou wait to increase your strength ym trust add 11 and n take from the Vhisical In other words the food that you eat must lie dig ated assimilate and appro priated by the nervs blood and lis sue before being expelled by the intestines Kodol Dyspepsia Cure adds to the physical It gives 1 i itre to and builds up strength pleainsd r taitta thetsste and pallatable the only combination of digestants tb tJi11 digest the food and enable the system to appropriate Jail of its health and strengthgiving qualities Sold by Ghas C DavisI PRINT SHOWS THROUGH l and MATRIMONIAL SEARSHANSEL Mr Carl Sears Bedford Ind and Miss lola Hansel daughter of Wash Hansel ofnear this place were married Wednesday evening at 7 oclock at her home Rev J C Carmical officiating Good society in Korea has many customs One of these isCwidows must not remarry widow in the really smart sit ould ever dream of remarrying of however young she may be or how ever soon the death of her husband ay have followed her wedding a rid life in Kreais by no means an unmixed blessing to the woman so perhaps perpetual wid owhood might not be ebjectionable It it were not for the necessity of perpetually wearing uioeruing for departed This nesns that the whole oilier life she is to blue black and green as colors for her costumes She may g not wear the smallest atom of red Therefore it is rather odd that widows should be known as twhite skirted women If this rule against the remarriage of widows prevailed in england how different would be for the gills JOHN B CAB ROLL 0 CANDIDATE FOR APPELLATE JUDGE OF THIS DISTRICT Hon John D Carroll of New one of the best known law yers in tho State has announced as candidate for Appellate Judge in this District subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Car rolls friends especially in the lega- lprofessionhave for a long time desired to see him on the bench of the highest court in Vie State He has held several offices of trust and honor and in all of them acquitted himself with credit When quite 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 ihe State to con form to the changes made by the constitution and was for three ears chairman of the Democratic Stele Central Committee He is the editor of Carrolls Kentucky Codes of Practice and Carroll thatgare in general use and that may be found in the office of every lawye- in the State A man of high in tegrity great industry with an extensive and accurate knowledge o lifeohis large circle of friends believe he would make a splendid judge Trimble Democrat MANAGER WANTED Trustworthy lady or gentleman to manage business in this count and adjoining territory for well and favorably known house of solid financial standing zoo o straight cash salary and expenses paid each Monday by check direct from headquarters Expense money advanced Position per maneut Address Manager 8io Como Block Chicago Illinois IIt01 Hi A n Mrs Luther Jarrett is on the sicki list Mr J R Cars was at home lastt Sunday W H Sowder is on the sick list this week IMr Ed Hurt was itr h our town Tuesday last MissOllie Rash is visiting friends in Crab Orchard Mrs Ale Tyne continues verI ill at this writingiMrs Ed Newland is visiting her mother at Lowell Mr J H Dunn went to Wilj Hauisbnrg Sunday last Little Nola Owens has been very sick but is some better Albert Cherry sold his span of work mules for 25300JMr Bert front Louisville Thursday Mr John Lea is visiting his brother in Seattle Washington Miss Carrie Frith is visitingrela tives this week in Crab Orchard Boys dontforget the new bar her when you want a clean shave Mrs Walter Miller returned to her home in Livingston this week Miss Robinson of Danville is visiting Miss Ella Dunn this week downSgirlsMr Larkin Hicks was in Ml Vernon on business first of the week Mr C C Cable one of o ir uic1 young men is clerking for J r herry James Brummett bought a farm Chas Cummins consideration 65060 4tI Jr ifMfssClyclerCass returned home Monday after a few days visit in Stanford Bro noel filled his regular ap pointment at the Baptist church SundayMrs e Ward of Knoxville Tenn is visiting her sister Mrs CL S Keisling Mrs Harry Magee of Livingston is tile guest of Mrs Jolt Ma 11Ater spent a buying spring goods Mr CH Ponder of Maretburg has moved into one of J T Cher rys cottages ou Silver street Mr C M Brooker of La Fallette Tenu was the guest of Mrs G W Brooks the first of the week Bradford Albright who was so unfortunate to get a nail stuckI in his eye is not able to be returnIIcdvisit to Dr OBannon in Stanford Mrs G W Brooks left Tuesday for Louisville where she will he in the trimming room for several days and will return with the most up to date stock of millinery ever brought to our little town Mr R W Dallas of Jefferson ville Ind has leased A E AII bright building and has fitted up shopwith uptodatefixtures Mr Dallas is a fine tonsorial artist MORE RIOTS Disturbances of strikers are not nearlyas grave as an individual digorder of the system Overwork loss of sleep nervous tension will be followed by utter collapse unless reliable remedy is immediately employed Theres nothing so effi cient to cure disorders of the liver kidneys as ElecUic Bitters Its wonderful tunic and effective nerv ine and the greatest all around systemsrIt dispells Nervousness Rheuma and Ma satifs faction guaranteed by all druggist Mrs ParvenueWhy didnt you come wheu I rang The ButlerBecause I didnt hear the bell maam Mrs Parvenue After this when I ring and you dont hear the bellI come and tell me so Prof Wolfe went down to his furnace to poke the fire one cold night about r oclock wheu an ac cumulation of gas burst out and burned about all the fuzz off h woolly nightgown both fore and aftWest Lafayette 0 Indicator NEWS ITEMS It is practically settled by the War Department that the Third In lantry stationed at Furt Thomas Ky will be sent to Alrska The receipts of the lnuisvtllej jiosloflice for February J4 show ed an increase ofaver Ihlr receipts during the wine month i 1903 Mr and Mrs John Rift1t1d their only child of Boone county died of measles within a few hours off ore not her and were buried in the same grave Burglars who had almost ttady for eXplosion a charge of nitro glycerin in the National Hank at Eluora Ind were frightened away by IeTheeat 150000000 worth a candy in a year and there are uearly 5060 factories making it wilh a capital of 38000000 A curfew law which went into effect at Ithaca X Y affects adults as well as children and it has been found necessary to quadruple theI police force to enforce the provis ions The convention of united mine workers of the Western Kentucky district has called on the national board to begin immediately rite work of organizing Hopkins county mineslaLast year was a prosperous one for Chicago labor unions Over ofilaborthe gain in wages will amount to over 9jOooooo a year Thirteen companies of State D1i1irb tia areon guard in SprtngfieldfjD 1 and are holding jpicfaecttnccrowd l iwb cb nasf or three days threatened to precipitate a race war The offi vials believe no more troops will be requi od wasacIquitted was out only seventeen minutes and there was a general demoustra tion of approval when the verdict ii was returned Adelina Patti sailed for Wales Saturday after saying that she had made her last tour of America said her engagements were cancelled by her manager on his own account Her tour is saidlo have netted her 200000 By the breaking away of a wall under the Hudson river New York and New Jersey were connected by Ito a tunnel making it possible to walk from one StaTe to the other under the river after almost 30 years of constant digging Reports of the damage done by ja the Japanese during their latest bombardment of Port Arthur are conflicting but dispatches from St Petersburg say it was nol material It is admitted however that sev eral persons were killed by Japan ese shells Sam Stout 15 years of age shot and killed his brother William age t3i at Bowling Greeu The two boys had a fuss pver a game of checkers The oldest boy accused his younger brother of cheating Her drew a pistol and fired bu claimed he did not know it was loaded No arrest has been made Peter Niedermeyer one of the car barn bandits convicted in Chi ago says he las killed 23 men one man for every year of his life Niedermeyer refuses to make a fession unless a of the rewar 1funreamembers to haze killed eight the n and is able to give particulars which indicate that his story maybe true The directors of the Kentucky Livestock Breeders Association will be called in a few days to con sider the question of abandoning the Kentucky State Fair for 1904 owing to tile big opposition the oc Louis Exposition will present Iowa and Minnesota have abandon ed their fairs for 1904 and Indian would have abandoned its fair except that Indianapolis guaranteed its success There willbe at the St Louis Exposition practically everything offered at a State fair andOmuch more and it is feared ishat persons interested in faairs will go to St Louis instead of pat ronizing the home event i RU DIOWNrICe r I I20r OW7 i fl S5 120 I oiJ6 = G 1L p YI o q2 1 + v 11 at Jc Jr G DOHT Si 50 Si 75 all eEt4 Qc to get our 1 Oz HATS Best on Earth A line of and at Live and Let Live Best MofA ami JAVA Coffee I2 cents We will pay price for all kinds hiff nd furs fail to call nrr its Yours fora fair deal L H Ky 1 P M Conder is in on MrS James Collier is sick with a of dise1 Mr Henry Vellsfamnjr have all been down with measles j Mary Elam has been sick but is some better at this Miss Alice Green spent night with Miss Ernie Menefce afvery a able to be up Miss Virgie Worrel one of Gar rard countys firstclass teachers vas in town last 2 liraIa for assessor sub ject to the will of the democrats Miss Myrtle Veils took the ex amination in common school ranches for in Mrs C H has gone Ashville N C to spend a few weeks with her sister Mrs Annie Cover Mrs W H Fnrr of Flat Woods Miss Cloyd spat t day last week with her aunt Mrs Patten Walter Adams who has been running an accommodation wagon around town Is going to move to Brodhead in the near future George L Condor clerk in the waits on his customers with a smile on his face He is a great favoiite with the ladies phorMJ Giezles house has all the Married on lthat the home of the bride near Shelby CIty James J Floyd a Former Rockcns tie boy but now of Ill and Miss Ella Fox was by Rev U M Huey friends being present The groom is an estimable young man time bride is a Jewell They been lovers from childhood Time writer extends congratulations and wishes for them a long life of prosi happinessperityand THE NAME WITCH HAZEL The name Witch Hazel is much abused E C DeWitt Co of Chicago are the iuvenlers of the and only Witch Hazel Salve A certain cure forI Cuts Bruises Burns Eczema ter Piles etc There are many of this salve some of which are while they are all worthless In buying Witch Hazel Sal e see that the name E C DeWitt Cot Chica go is on the boq and a cure is cer tain Sold by Chas Q Davis Winter still lingers on the lap o springs 1 I Published Every Friday For Ladies 250 and 275 Shoes made the very best Vici Kid All sizes For Ladies and Shoes choice 100 pairs sizes and widths For Mens 150 work Shoes Values on earth A large line bestIkinds of Shoes at very low prices All Dry Goods COST ifi F fF + E c = Su ItstIat elFAIL SPECIAL complete Staple Fancy Groceries prices always highest market produce Dont DAVIS GenlR dseatLivingston ICRA ORCKARJ Lexington complication sest iMrs timeJ Monday Saturday graduates February Singleton formerly Artluisa dotFebruary GVeenfield Ceremony performed weddingd oiiginal genuine counterfits dangerous of of postofficc Mens and Boys t LAND STOCK AXIHIIU r gyNiue vicinity of Law rrnceburg are dying from a mysterious disease which closely sembles blindstaggers in a horse nonrsrnfterIeKentuckyTwenty fixe old enough for service Farm at Stanford Ky Address Lexington Kyc Box 41 and long distance phoriei 41 nich 1841 Dr George W Conner of Ov ingsvilje owns three of the sma111 est ponies in the State Romeo the horse is 9 yeirs old weight a 23lhs and is 361 inches high Beauty the mare is 13 years old weighs 235ls and is 37 s inches high Their colt is about one year old weighs Solist and is 30 inches in heightWinchester Democrat Harrodsburg Court The Her aid says J McGinnis reports about too head of cattle on the market 12 head common steers 19 apiece 20 head medium 3 10 a hundred 7 head common calves 8 75 a head two heifersi3 60 per head 3 steer calves Sio 35 a tread milch cows from 25 to 35 i nice 5yearold horse mule at 90 parr common work varies ahont 12 year old 150 plus horses inde mand at from 45 to 65 and con altered it a fair day for the weather The Parr Kentuckiau notes the following sales Auctioneer Geo D Speaks reports sales trade as follows For J H Wilson at Shaw han Saturday horses 36 to bSS milch cows 35 brood sows at5 75toi8 50 baled hay 1323 a ton chickens 9cts per pound farm implements sold well For M Craig ou Wednesday Cows S3oto 50 horses 100 pair 3year old unbroke mules 312 brood sows ioio25 95 male hug Si 2 chickens 40cts to 6Scts per head houehohdifurniture sold wellFor Joe S 50Imilchsteers 28 per head yearling heif lets 22 50 pair 2yearold turtles 41pair 43ear old mutes 300 shoats 3 per headI Just in the nick of time our lit tie boy was saved writes Mrs W Watkin of Pleasant City Ohio Pneumonia had played sad havoc with him and a terrible cough set in besides Doctors treated him but he grew worse everyday At lenth we tried Dr Kings New Dis icovery for Consumption and our darling was Saved Hes now sound and welL Eveybody ought Ito know its the only sure cure for Coughs and Colds and all luug jdiseates Guaranteed by all Drug- f gist Price Soc and too Trial bottles free t COX W A James LinvUle and wife of Bcren are visiting relatives here plautITr S Berry received the snd news Saturday of the death of his broth er James Berry at Macon Gi Several of the boys her will go n the railroad to work this week Tins will make farm hands anti loafers scarce here Mr Harvey ChcnnuU is feeding 15 head cattle herer Me il1siny 12bu shelled corn n day besides large quantity of roughness Mr John Pearl of London who is traveling fora saddle and harness company of Louisville was here this week stocking our little village with his good Mr J J Donahue law agent for the L N R Rwas here this week to see D C Pullins in regard coutpanvI sincetJimmte Hayes who has been attending a business college in Cincinnati for past simouths is again clerking for J J Wood Hayes Jim is a lire fellow and withIus again willIof the careless mail clerks for de laying the SICXAIS and getting stisame rare themIto be made to tOt the mark The pavers we ate glad to say are dis tributed 0 K here but our post master J H Sigman dont get to therIare three or four days old COCDS CAUSE PNEUMONIA nSIlungs causing pneumonia is that iarilonthe use of One Minute Cough Cute She saysliThe coughing and straining so weakened me that I ran down in weight from 148 to 92 pounds I tticla number of remedies to no avail until I used One Minute Cough Curt Four bottles of this wonderful remedy cured me entire of the cough strengthened my lungs and restored me to my normal weight health and strength ItSold by Chortles 1C Davis Henry Downing is the poorest marksman in town He tried to hit a cow with a poly one day last week but missed the cow and broke rifefon the wiling fence No of course Henry didnt want i- ttoldP ebjes 0 XewsReporter r I 1 MT VERNON SIGNAL FruDxv MARCH 18 1001 Published every Friday yIEDGAR S SUBSCRIPTION ONE ImoJAdvertising rates made application lION P L MOORE Of Mercer county is ucamlidate for Con slIcrcetlHouGGDemocratic parts Your iiiport is carne r oIIeitIsTUERE are sundry withdrawals from the St Louis Exposition Russia sends word that she is other wise engaged New Hampshire withdraws because the people there take ro interest in the fnir and have as much as they can do to tPYtheir share of the ten million dollars voted by Congress to the show Hawaii sends word that she r H too poor to exhibit tSEATOR TELLER estimates that twenty millions of the government money will go to the lobbyists who itputThats economical A similar deal cost the French people fifij i million dollar paid to newspapers and officials and then they got what inwasto others THE Breathitt county grand jury indicted the Lexington Herald f rI criminal libel in publishing a state ofmeutJudge James Hargis Imd been arrested and lodged in jail charged with drunkenness and disorderly conduct The Herald was evident r lyjust mistaken as to the time Jiirboardofntvti1Lers on catn e a beautiful refuge for political has beens The isthmus is so very un healthy that the constant dema Sfor new commissioners will greatly relieve the congestion at theThi House SEVERAL great concerns in New York have decided to no longer employ married women Are the husbands to be pensioned Or are they to be allowed to starve or how will they live now poor things THE Republican convention at Noifolk Va turned down the lit gro delegates and adopted the polio cy of the lillywhites The negroes angrily retaliated and withdrew EOUPKE COCKRAN favors a mili tory nominee for the Democrats Admiral Dewey or Schley or General Miles Lee Wheeler or Bell all of them Democrats POLITICS AND POLITICIANS A special from Lancaster says The Democrats of this end of the Eighth Congressional district will present the name of Hon R FL Toiulinson of this city at the next State convention for the place of State Central Committeeman The friends of Judge M C Sauf ley of Lincoln county controled the action ot the Democratic con mittee of the Fifth Appellate district Tuesday at Frankfott t and provided for a delegate convention at Lexington on Aug 4 The Cantril forces on the committee were in the minority The Kentucky Legislature Tues day night adjourned sine die the night sessions in both houses beiug devoted chiefly to the comparison of enrolled hills The Senate re ceived several committee reports and adopted a resolution for the appointment of a Tax Commission to consider the system of revenue and taxatinwitb a view to its im provement By a vote of 17 to 16 the Ken tucky Senate defeated the bill to repeal the 15000 annual appro priation for a State Fair Mr Klair by clever parliamentary tactics succeeded in preventing the Covington Police Pension Bill from getting before the House Mr Drewry sought to recall the Louis yule Franchise Resale Bill from the committee but his efforts were in vain The House passed in anj amended form the Senate bill pro r viding for two assistants to the At1J 11mdclerk at a salary of Srcoo Editor Walton of the Interior Journal sizes up time recent Ken tucky Legislature thus A glimpse at the present Legislaturee would not impress the onlooker h favorably but the body is about upI lo the werage we are told ticahle to nsjwas the absence middle aged men The mmijoritycS the members are barely out of their 20S while most o wftheremainders ntative Pride of Union county bears the distinction of beng the youngest member and Senator Burnam of Madison the oldest 84IaHeflin f Fleming is the sraalie t member weighing probably less than 100 pounds Senator Carroll who tips the beam at close to 300 is the largest and Senator GorSu six feet six is the tallest R W Miller of Madison is con ceeded to be the handsomest in the House and also the that body Col E H Taylor of Frankfort is the best dresser In the ugly mans race there are SeIeral entries but the writer Pike countys representative Mr Hamptoy should wear the blue ribbon Hons Gooch of Symp BeoneIO ce are ofneckthis worlds goods while Mr Alj verson of this place and Billy Klair of Lexington are rivals lor first place in the bald headed ring The King of the Senate Hon J Campbell Cautrill is rather an or dinary looking man but he is not ordinary by a jug full On tie other hand he is exceedingly extrr ordinary In short he is the who- aSenate and when he espouses cause it is as good as carried Fe son of Judge James E Cantrill is a candinate for Congress in Iaud Seventh district SCKAPS v 0rJET Gee whiz said Ernest who hi beentln ltotake castor oil wish ma was a CfirIstian3c enxUtJ idVhy do you think Nan ought jto be iu the picture business execusesVeastHave you got another sore throa- tCrinisonbeakNo its the same fHeIheavenly voice She Yes perhaps so at least unearthly notice the bellboys at the ho are invariably called Buttons Wonder why that is IProbably because theyre off1 em most Tommy inquiringly Mamma is this hair oil in thisbottle MammaNo thats glue Tommy nonchalantly Thais why I cant get mv hat off BiggsThat was a polite man He seemed really glad to see you looking so well probably was ImIIDiggsHe in his company Did you ever see a chirnuey sweep asked the solemn man with the blackcane No responded the conductor of the car but Ive heard a college yell You evidently think you are a pretty smooth article said theba conIWell rejoined the lord there can be no doubt as to my refine ment Ah he said as he led her back to her seat after the waltz I jLIst love dancing Ve1Jshe reoi pliedas she attempted to repair torn flounce youre not too old learnI3firstpolite chimney sweep Oh certainly soot yourself replied his equally courteous assistant Her Little ReasonHe after the proposal But Im afraid I am darlingSheOf it you are too good to be thrown away on any other girl The following letter was handed by a lady teacher to a Pet rboro paper for publication Dear Mis Vherebyeet him up euny time it is ncces HeIlearn him with a clubb Pound nolege into him I wante him to toim1I 2m t1 CPL 11I1 Logan Hasty sold to SunViuiiii Hook a of timber y IardWin Dowell has been very sick ith hemorrhage of time lungs hu tti ia little better at this time John Denney son of Logan Ten ney of the Walnut Grove section tHee March 8th of consumption The remains were interred at Friendship Wednesday Eld Martin Owens is numbered with the siekJohn Alfred Owens isery sick with bronchitis Dr Southard is waiting on himVill s Sod r of the Freedom section ISLe gii1plaint of cplds exists iu the country ahIioth at the home of Elder Martin Owens John Sowder age about 40 and the widow Anderson Also William Cable and Maggie Roberts the widow of Jesse Roberts decd BId Owens officiating He has married more people than auy oth er man in the county to our kn edgeFRESOLUTIONS HALI OP ASHLAND LQDOK No 64 F A M lta regular meeting of Ashland Lodge No 640 March 14 1904 the following resolutions wet t unanimously adoptedhWHEREAS our Brother A C secntyepainiyear age And whereas he was a consistem member of the Methodist Church and had been a zealous Christi a cititzen and was a member of thi Lodge and our Lodge is weakened by hit loss therefore be it Resolved JstThata gcoi man has passe away and we be warned of thecei taiuit of our own disolution thtlblreaved audIssrrowjthe Lodge vchthe usual badge of mourning for ibirt days 4lh That a copy of these reso Unions be spread upon oura inin lutes a copy given the family of and a copy be sent to the MT VEKONT SIGNAl for publica i lion J A LANDRUM V H S BRANNAM AN f Comm L W BFTHURUM iNEWS NOTESI l1wo millions of Londons inhab Slants never go to chinch Martial law has been abolished 11 Honduras order having been stored rtDOW lighted by eleci tricltv Attorney R D Hill has filed a Appealsiugives notice that an appeal will be taken to the United States Supreme Court should that court affirm the death sentence of the Scott Circuit Cout He alleges discrimination in summoning jurors in that an equal number of democaats and republicans should have beeo selected jCnleb Powers under sentence of complicity inthe murder of William Goebel denies the story contained in a telegram from Cia ciunati to the effect that he would seek to hive his sentence commut ed to life imprisonment by the Governor The telegram said a close friend of the late Senator Goebel had seen a petition which was being circulated by friends the condemned man which was toI presented to Gov Beckhani IIbe frietlds have given up ofinterference in the case by the Court of Appeals jnAperIf your blood is thin and im pure you are miserable all theItime It is pure rich blood that invigorates strengthens refreshes You certainly kn- owSarsaparilla the medicine that brings good health to the home the only P60yearsAyeTaSarapriiiathe world tornervueig Mr cure peT1nSinentt cnt1hnii cnourli JIns l iLii JIoWELt Jicwart y J cOAUor Poor Health eachnliIht ITHESUNDAY SCHOOLI tNou in the Iternational rrie for March 1O04 Jcsn FeeUs the FiverhoT13g TIlE LESSOR TEXT Matt 111323cWhen Jesus heard of it He departed itnce by ship Into a desert place apart and when the peopo had heard thereof they followed Him on foot out of the cities H And Jesus went forth and saw a great multitude and was moved with compa sion iowarci iuam ami their nick H And when It was evening His lls clplej car to Him auylng This 151 desert place and the time is now past send tiC multitude away vhut they may go into the villages and buy themselves victual But Jetus raid unto theta They need not depart give ve them to et And they say unto Him We have here bat five loaves ana wo fishes He saM Bring them hither to Me And He commanded the multitude to sit dawn on rte grass and took tho five icavr and the two ilshes and looking up Heaven iii biased and Brake andI aC the loaves to Ills disciples and iapieo to the multitudehAnd they ant they took up of the fragments that fullIwere about iinJ chil And ren straightway Jesus constrained Hi disciples to get into a ship and to go helole Him unto the cthr siilr while He sent the iniiUIttidtH away i3 And vSeii lie hud nu the multitude away He wert up into the mountain apart to pray and when the evening was conIc He there alone MK TKVTJesHK sulil unto theiu I urn the bread t ltfeibtt- 5OUTLIXK OP SCRIPTrRK SECTION ee jllg Five Thousandhate 14132 KeedlrE FIn ThousandItark 6SOifi Feeding Five ThousandLuke 31017 Feeding live ThOuIlthdJohn 6115 TIME April A D tt End of The Year of Public Favor Yen soon after the IIthO- 1I1LACECaprnaum then a great grassy plain risins from the northeastern shore ot the tea of Galilee very likety the plain of Butniha not far from DethsuaiI NOTES AND COMMENTS Matt 1411 14 Now when Jesus eard it The story of John the Hap tists death He withdrew to a desert place apart As to the reasots for this withdrawing be sure to read tho accounts of the other three Gospels This is the only miracle related by all four Grief over the fate of the noble man who was gone made Jesus anxious to get away from the crowd to think and pray The murder of John meant much to Him in every waythe shadow of the cross was beginning to fall across His own path within a year He was to fol low the Baptist This watt His first rca son second reason as Mark shows wjis the return of the disciples from Ihtflr mission enthusiastic bitt weary They needed His advice and counsel but anything like privacy and quiet was Ira thingitbat the stirthe new movement was making led Jesus to fear that Herod would mistake it for beginning of a trebellion The account of Mark adds Eratouiu not in Msf tliew VThe mul titude fttIIimohfoot Je sus and the dleclpleswent across th lake thf crowds vfnt by land arcucti orIa great inilii Mice He must have Jf en both slad and forry to pee them Thit they cae jat all indicates the excitement that was abroad in the land jV 1521 The place is desert the nearest town was a long way off The time is alrearv past The flme for the evening rceaV Send the tntilUtpdes awaj For their sakes that they mlaht get food The reI people Jesus wa never resourceles Give ye them to eat A puzzling com ObedienceIwa cannot do When He commands we may be sure either that wecnn matte a way or He will maLe one for us Vs 23 The first three Gcspels tell us that after the miracle Jesus sent the disciples away hurriedly to the other binrlIwe ask Why John 6141 mates it all plain the pope thought because they had been miraculously prcviifHi with food that the golden age foretold by the prophets was at hand and that the last Messianic King they had been expecting was come They were aboui to proclaim Him king Jesus saw their bpIstant measures to prevent a single unwise move and their enthusinpro would flame up and it would be too late He preferred to manage the crowd pn finely alone and then the departure cf the disciplesnext to Jesus the most hr portant persons there would show the people that no political move had been planned and would turn their thoughts from ft coronation to the fact that it was late and time to be going homo Jesus Himself knew that the Messiah they hoped for would never come He could conrfflftho Messianic hopes of prophets arid people He put the crown from Him was not hard now that had all been fought out in the wilderness before His i preaching began Rut after it was over He went up into the mountain apart to pray and when the evening ivas coroe He was there alone Grapes from CILDaau Mans horizon depends on his heart The poor in spirit are rich in possibili ties God never gives His power to feed our takes a brave man to retreat from temptationTo the fires of lust is to furnish hell in the heart The trutbf of authority depends on tire authority of truthIMen who must be too busy to breathIHoliness is ways hand in hand with C- odCross 7 oor man He cant help it gets bilious He needs a PillSjThey Want your moustache or beard t a beautiful brown or rich black Use BUCKNGHAMSDYErwrycr L Although I never get my namer into the paper remarked tll shell in the coffte grounds tmets I am the oldest settler it 11 cjuuirjf today Whereupon potboiled over with rage Little Emily Kingsbury aged four who attends the kindergarUn and calls it the kidueygardn was being examined as to the senses What are your ears for Emilj To hear with was the answer And what are your eyes Toseewith And what is yom nose for1 To blow was the innocent an s i livery farmer boy wants to he a school teacher every school teacher hopes to be edItor every editor would like to e a banker everyI banker would like to bt a maguateJinfl every trust uiagnqu hopes some day own a farm aid have chickens anti cows ant pig and horses to io k jfier and tlaul ly to own a camel to ride through the needles eye into paradise Verily we end where we begin Ma wailed the small boy Ive lost two teeth a lock of hair scraped my shins and tore allmmm clothes up- What have you been doing sir demanded the angry mother Tell the truth FfightingOh not so bad I thought youd teen playing foot ball IiI IZ 1IHaf the Cost liO 1 Coneeis flavor than many socall ed fancy brands Bulk coffee at the same price is riot to be com pared with lion in quality In I lit air tight sealed packages ta4 a sta 0 tat1sti ici JffxJL Jm your Druggists have not go fUR KOGKIIS KHEUMATiC It EM EDI in stock ue will send you two bottles by express prepaid for100 chargesI REMEDY is guaranteed Mention this paper when writ- ingfoilleaIthTry Ii2clown nearly all the time My upctfa and I vomited frequently I greatril4 my throat ana lanes were raw i2j and sore The doctor nounced it disease waaconsumptionIt they called it and I haclno I sire to live A sister visited from St Louis ancTasked me I had ever tried Wine of I told her I hadnot and bought a bottle I believe DtOI itraredinyhife I believe women could save much ing if they but knew of its eI g Dont you want freedom fromtpain Take Wine of Cardui a and make one supreme effort to be well You do not need to Ia weak helpless sufferer You can have a womans health and do awomans work in life Why riot secure a bottle of Wine of Cardui from your druggist toTday WINEfCARDUI L GOTO JONAS MCKENZIE MT VERNON KY for Everything in Dry Gools Clothing Boots and Shoe and General Merchandise PRICESPhone xxx qXf jccGRANVILLEOWENSf UNDERTAKE fi Brodhead Kyto o r rV J S B Give ns a trial if we please tell other if not tell us MEAT leilveled part oftnwn- SHOP basement OpDOSITC COlIt liotise a Special Arrangement you ca0I get theIM Yernon Eienal AND THE mm ConnerJournal BOTH O FOR ONLYL5C BSTTbis is for CASH SUBSCRIP TIONS only All subscriptions under this combination offer must be sent through timeI SIGNAL office THIS IS Presidential AjAND YOU MUSTI KEEP POSTED i TIrE WAY TO DO THIS IS TO READ THE Yck1yCollrierJoirnaII Henry Watterson Editor IoL TWELVE PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY too YEAR A f REVENUE REFORM SOCIAL RKFOKM v MORAL REFORMS THE COURIER JOURNAL Issues the best ALMAXAC published 35 cents fora copy- COURIERJOURNAL COnLOUISVILLE KytlA Gentle Hint Stalate When er a child nurse made me to terribly afraid oflhe dark and Ive never quite gotten ovenitcoEllen Rentub I wondered why you waited for daylight to go home Muggins My wife is a great stickler for the harmony of colors Buggius is that soarMugginsWhy I cant buy a ew necktie that she doesnt want new carpet or wall paper or rug to all match itInever spreads so brown The mud as where some women drags her gownthat as she all The orphan germs there are in FULL Coffins ens Telephou All Mail iIl LISJI u RAMSEY inclsIarid you in any iti By Send was my little town Wakeful Sleeplessness Is a Im Sign of Nerve Trou ble and Should Be Looked To 1Thre are three different manifesta tions of sleeplessness First hardly to sleep a wink all night second to He awakva long time before falling asleep third to rail asleep soon vahlnjr up after several hours and then find it hard to sleep again They mean that somewhere in the nerve fibres somewhere in the brain pells somewhere In the blood vessels that carry blood to the brain something radically wrong and must be righted or the end amy te worse than death NervlneIaohc Worry Fretfulness Irritability ilcUmcholy Lack of Ambition They Indicate diseases which may lead to Epilepsy Fit St Vitus Dance Nervous Prostration Paralysis Insanity Nothing wilt give such Quick and last lag relief as Dr Miles Nervine- Jly husband lied been sick for weeks coltl not sit up to bav his bed made getheneither sleep or eat Our Laby girt was sent away and alt callers barred be cause he could not stand a bit of talk prostrationNervine We began giving it to him and In a few das he was able to be steadilyimtrovedMiiS A IIASIUN Freeville N Y FREE 41aeicazePair Piils the Xew Scientific Remedy rain Men Symptom Blank Our- ieetiltlSt will diagnose your case tell you vliat Is wrong and how to right It F ree Dlt MILES MKUICAI CO LVliJRATOKIIiS ELICUART 1ND The little church of Needmore was tear completion son at u busi ess meeting Bro Cleary proposed at they buy two chandeliers for lighting the church but Bro Read rose to make a serious objection buying them thar things saying there werut anybody than that uld play on them A was e3tDinin his Ifyoungraphy What is laud with water all ound it called An island Then what is water with land round it After a pause A puddle ASTORIAFor Infants and Children he Kind You Have AIwaysBougiit Bears the- igaavure jof Cc t MT VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNoNKr MCH18 1904 9 Cull up So 79 whenyou wnifttuCnmmuni ctC with SIGNAL 79 TIME TABLE 24 north 1206 p m 26 north 137 am 23 south 129 p 25 South 113 a m IAS LANDRUM Agent Phoii No 58jurr4rt rht It wtew re1 udI m1I manu PEKSONAL Charley Syiupson is at home for a few days Born to the wife of R L Jones a girl babytV R Beck has been on the sick list for the past weekICapt L C Smith has been SUf with his 10n1dayWe understand Mrs Joseph Cof fey ol near Wildie is very sick Altvs C C Williams and J W Brown were in Fankfort this week Miss Joan Craig is assisting Mrs- millinerySallie Williams in her store Coon Brown has recovered from his sickness sufficient to return toschool Jim ORear of Mt Sterling spent several days with friends here this weerMiss Mary Colyer came Sunday to be with her mother who is very low with measles Mrs W L Richards had a very severe attack of heart failure Vecuesdayafternoon William Arnold Jr who haia been down three months with fever is just getting able to get out R F Jervis of Cadet Va is iC here cn a visit to relatives He is soninlaw of Mr F M HU1tj Mrs Fannie Thompson visited her mother Mrs W M Poynter th week Uobt K Powell will probably move his blacksmith shop on Mr Krnegcrs lot so as to be closer to town Mr George Burdett formerly of this county but now located at Chicago is here visiting old friends and relatives T A Stewart and Cossie SntI ton took the second and Supt G M Ballard the third degrees in Masonry Monday Mrs J G Frith and son James B McCreary Frith of Brodhead were guests at Dr W B OBa nonsInterior Journal Ia John Farmer formerly of this county but now living at Madison Ill stopped here a short time Sun day while en route to his old home in Jackson LOCAL Buy your wall paper from Henry Bales Doyou belong to the Mutual Burial Association A Wisconsin physician comes forward with the theory that a pendicitis is contagious He says the disease is of microbic origin Mr Everett F Parks the popular traveling salesman for The J P Frank Grocery Co of Danville was married this week to Miss Mol ly Hendren of Kirksville The Rockcastle Real Estate Coi will sell your land for you No sale no cost E S ALBRIGHT General Mngr The Maccabees at this place have what is termed a dispensation which means the initiation fee is reduced from f7 25 to 4 25 This only lasts a short time and if y want to become a Bee now is the time to put in your application I am now in the city and will re turn in a few days with a complete line of uptodate millinery goods Thanking my friends and ns for their patronage in t bII earnestly aska continuance of the same My prices and styles cannot be beat anywhere Come and see me Miss SALLIE PURCELL Brodhead Ky Mrs Wilson Sowder age 75 of near Pine Hill was found dead in bed Tuesday morning Her death was due to heart failure I have teived samples of the latest in wall paperof all kinds Will be glad to bring samples to your home for inspection HENRY Burs Miss Julia Fish daughter of W H Fish of Wildie died Tuesday night alter an illness of several months She was suffering wit dropsy of tilt heart parsemgel was Tuesday on account of freight jwrek near Hazel Patch Soot eight or nine box cars went into the ditch but no one was hurt S C BLACK 311N011CA Eggs for sale 50 cts for 15 limit high scoring birds bred for Meat Eggs and the ShowotD S PURDOM mIr I Itf Mt Vernon Ksi 3 OTKJE I will for a lino ed time shoe horses at 6octs per round e verything furnished See Powellon Xewcomb Avenue at the Jack Lawrence mari84t placeI IFOR RESTThe Mrs Proctor north side railroad lftiVernon Good house and r furIthertor 11t Vernon or write Mrs Polly Marliu Rowland Ky mar n2t The following is said to be a sure isiver live coals and smoke same remejdyjstantly It is worth remembering at any rate 11one 11inmanufacturers located in Renssel Jul say that Kentucky is a s rear plare for the device on ac rotiit of the large number of spirit a d her es which Lave to he shodu The machine holds the animal par fectly motionless while the shoe is lbeing nailed on and is not injurious to the horse though it remoVes the possibility of the blacksmith being injured from a kick or bite 1Kentuckysc hibits left Louisville Tuesday the Worlds Fair grounds at St Louis Dr B B Huntoon sup erintendent of the Kentucky lint tute for the Education of the Blind has the distinction of shpping first car It contained the thisI comprehensive exhibit to be made r by his institution in the section forr tthe blind in the Palace of Educa tion at the exposition and in addi tion thereto quite an elaborate dis play to be shown in Kentuckys withiaI large sectional map iu relief and four small pieces of furniture made by the blind pupils for display in the Kentucky building at the fair ItsorfofT 1wbicbyearold son of John McPherson were out in an old field near 1 Hansels home and a short distance away saw a rabbit Young Han told the McPherson boy to run andphe would stay and watch the rabb IcIPherson wl1tU It one two he doctors say the upper part of his left lung is shot off and that the is but very little chance for his recovery Later he is dead Richmond C15maxAll the thrift ofnot only Richmond but every town is shown by its newspapers If the merchants ofa town spiritless lack in energy and thrift and their stores are Jung lesful of junk and jam it will be plait l idouvertising In the other hand if the merchants are full of push and in every way keep pace with the day the newspapers will loom brilliantly with their column column and other live advert meats Tbisfact alone will give proof of the business that is going on in Richmond Look at her newspapers read over advertise menu of this that and the of kind of industries and you will that much business is being tra n acted in our little city Inks day at the Worlds Fair will be July 26th Dr S C Davis has bought S N Davis a house and lot in t White addition f known as the Charley Simpson house consideration soo- NI THE DISTRICT COURT 0 TIlE UNITED STATES FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY ItIn the matter BankruptJN teStanford Ky Mar 15 1904 A meeting of the creditors of th el eaUove named who has wen a ij judged Bankrupt will be held StanITrustee for the estate of said Bank rupt and for the transaction of her business as may come before the meeting Comply with 57 of the Bankrupt Act concerning youtclaim cannot be allowed J N SAUNDERS Referee In Bankruptcy IVilliam Newcomb who was w Jefferson county as wen as this county on charges ol horse stealing was arrested b Deputy Sheriff J W Tate near last Friday It will be BrodheadI ed that Newcomb was the penitentiary about a a R0c11Iparole he Wto Louisxijle supposedly to a job of work t in a very iea warrant from Shottl had bee placed in the tle sheriff of this county for him fur horse stealing and while he has been in the county most of the time yet he been on the dodge and the of have been unable to locate m Since that time there have en quite a number of stealing ken place which have either justly or unjustly been charged to him Whether guilty of them all we can not say hut it seems to b forgone conclusion that he is the who stole G W Taylors orse as the horse was traced to Pulaskicounty and found and W Gilliland who had the horse in ijis possession came to Mt Wednesday and identified New comb as the than from whom he bought the horse Neweomhs trial was called Wednes oriauiinatiou and was held over under thaNewcomb is suffering very co sidI erably from a pistol wound reeehedI near Btita about two from the effects of which there has een a very considerable change in j his appearance in the last week W1LL1A3ISBURG Elder Willis Daualson of Lex ington the financial agent of Ke tacky University is here this week The body of S V D Stout who died at Lakeland last week wasl brought back here and buried by Masons last Wednesday Gov Beckhini has appointed W R Henry to fill the office of judgeof Williamsburg for the unI expired term caused by the deg irofJudge Stout The First National flank of Wil organizeto d a edno oitDr T M Myers is holding a protracted meeting at the Christian abjo it up to the present time firstreto build a resideree in the Dr W F Watkins addition This new addition will open up and extend the west end of Street Beautiful Ita may be of interest to know that this onarecount of the great number of beanti women that live there I be beyi or that th fourths of the pretties women town liveon this street and on streets which intersect it prolificfyoisewas a novelist she said And have you written anything that will live after you are gone toP1hersoseem e liveswhile I am here hIi111ST0kMrs Dan Ponder is sick ofMrs J A Oliver is on the sick helist Thos Burton is able to be out again workEJ PI1Ilken hip was in tow Sunday last Tee Griffin of Jellico visited his parents here JolinGriffin SundayIat Maretburg Monday Dave Criffin infttring with rheumatism at this limt p1ieynMnaud Mrs Jacob Samhrnok 11are in Cincinnati this week 1r W R billion or London visited Mrs J S CoPcrthis week cotplvr prrJ F Cooper sold his house andc loran Main street to W B Sig mall Mrs Gentry of Mt Vernon is visiting Mrs J E Woodall this week J E Singleton made a business trip through Jackson county last week Mr and Mrs Sims of Richmond are visiting their son Ray at the Rice House Mrs Nannie McCarthy of East Bernstadt is visiting her sister Mrs Susie Patterson Dr and Mrs Sams have returned from Irvine and are now with the HamsnDock Oliver returned to Livings ton Wednesday morning from his old home in North Carolina Mrs Ella Magee has returned home after an extended visit at Crab Orchard and Brcdhead Mr and Mrs Campbell of Crab Bessise Browning the first of thetvea Rev Ciiian pastor of the Chris flail church here has put a stamp gameeWe need several improvements- here such as a bakery electric light p w CithoutItAir Keel of Keel Station waca here last Sunday He looked as it he was looking after some widow in our town Mrs Sue Mu 115ns is making some improvements on her property Mother is always trying to make ings better The many friends of Mrs Mahala Carson will be glad to hear of her complete recovery from her recent spell of fever W C Mullins and Shannon Mc Kinney have returned front Louis ripe and say they feel four or five hundred dollars better than they did when they wentfThe town was shocked early yes nterCa morning by the sad news of the death of Aunt Margaret Sam brook She had been in declining health for quite a while but no one expected her death so soon GREENtIThe proverbial Ground Hog p c equtlier which we will look for warmer weather for experience has taught us this But as to the G H he is prophet and his day if he has ne is identical with St Valen 1Some land sales have made near NicelyHatcherI trade and this left Hatcher with the Daniel Prewitt farm which is now for sale Mr Prewitt will go to Hazel Patch Auy one desiring a rich little farmImight do well to call around see Mr Hatcher Land is taking rise in Possom Holler since men have found this to be one of acbest countries on this side oft earth No fewer than ten farms havechanged hands about oflJuse the lew gooa days past but busi ness of the farm except to hunt inIgi ere are many theories advanced amongII our poultry people as to in order to get eggs regularly Some prefer and recommend one breed and others some other breeds sonie recommend and use this i i ind of food and others that some prefer the hens roost in the open air others a good warm hen house now if these theories or any of them are the correct ones why did A C Sowder get no eggs prior to the 4th Inst when he has all the different foodskand some roost in the house and others in the open air Why sir 1be even has an imported hone cu- trandte others who took lessCare of their hensjust let them run loose and feed corn onlyhave gotten some egs all winter Now we have as many theories advanced with regatfi to the preparation of seed potatoes as are in the egg roblem some plant a piece of two es others a quarter some a half taterkwhile others plant two little pieces and then thin down to one or two InlNewdontjpresume WAY and experience the good old teacher on the various ways will itjThatfarmers should plant lots of weI KsllImiss me were I Isoonfeela leetle better Praise the good Lord When the sun shines warm black snakes crawl lizards run and the gewhoabaws are heard from the merry plow boys perhaps I can crawl forth and ono sunshiny log and chew thel juice outen some of that soothing plant known as the ole Virgit ny weed and recuperate this old body IUCK VARXON Salt Lake Telegram to the Chi cago Chronicle lanrrAJcdn party similar toing an tbe old Liberal party were completed tonight The movement is uonpartisan but is expected to draw from all parties voters who are desirous of again wresting the political power of the city and State government from the Mormon aIdisbandedme a State and the church prom ised not to interfere in political affairs Matters in that direction have been steadily growing worse during the last few years The dot want feeling against the church has been fanned into activity through the testimony given in the Suiool ThInewthegeneral feeling that the time has come when the municipal and i State government shall be ruled without regard to religionj n1 Spring1field to say To Cure a Cold in One Day JabIIif it fails to cure Eo W Graves albnature bon each box 2oc mar 2Gayr THE iIHABITOil TRIP ST LOUIS ROUNDTRIP RATES FROM LOUISVILLE ON ACCOUNT OF TH- EWORLDS FAIR Season Tickets ioo Sold Daily Commencing Apr zSi Limit December 15 904 o Sixty Day Tickete 1100 Sold Daily Commencing Apr 25 Limjti6o days 0 Ten Day Tickets 1000 2thee heoSpecial Coach Excitrsions7co Dates Sale 10 be announced Linut6 days including date of sal o Coach Excursion Tickets are not good in Sletpsrs neither will they be good for the checking cf baggage YICEIHEHDERSOH ROUTE 1POPULAR YOU ARE Well Fortifiedt ASK US Ceo X Garrett Tray Passr Agt E M Womack City Passt Agt L J Irwin General Passr Agt LOUISVILLE KY iiIi a5 f J tCZEMl E 1 Paracampli ITCHES STINGS AND IRRITATES RELIEVES ECZEMA INSTANTLY P7CFSDrawsaffected part I25C two years 3fo I had Eczema that aahltrarYy lrp25c botteat IIAbout iaracimph l01C er a ton Cli r annI can Irijbl7 atilC ftr all eruption sdn 1D aJRI K For sale bv SV1T VER AON DRUG CO fr rt cJrJfl1t PJJY PJ PZS SSSC 3SS3 FACTORY LOADED SHOTCUN SHELLS Its r not sentiment that rcaJcestha most successful shots shoot Z Winchester Factory Loaded Shells Its the reIteSgto suits they give Its their entire reliability even dkJ WinchesterIQf 1h at j t a r are the best Jells en he restet Wiac fester ze i Repeater II shells loaded with rnokeleac powti r iiIon on account of ti their shooting and reoading qJalties Try either of i r1 r I t J these bronds ond youllbe wet lease d The are THE SHELLS THE CHAMPIONS SHOOT III RESCRIPTION S EVERY dnigrctt tYS tlltf his alngl pme TtCIC lill tifn 01t 3 thl h l v Lf lt IUflt It niat lie does noi USP irifrior or adulterftted drugs Kyan Eaya that he HUPS ac cnrrtewor Vhat i there left for us to say different from anybody cfse VeIlW in vile to bring your proscrip tion here and see the kind of treatment yon tret ill our store and notice till way everything is done and then see if you do not feel rhet the medicine is put up just as your doctor t would like to luive it Chas C Davis PHONE 64 rut Vernon Ky u h WilLIS GRIFFINPractical LJndertlcev and FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Ky Stock Complete IIEA11SE Attached Can furnish Metalic Caskets and hava Embalming done on shorl notice Come and see me anything I have not got can get for you or firs train that leave the city ORDERS by wire Promptly Filled Phone No6J3 The World All Knows r The Louisville Henderson and St Louis Railway the always popular Henderson Route is th Worlds Fair Line If yon have a trip in view to Evansville Str Louis or to any point in the West or Southwest ASK US FOR RATES LUS Fusty- If tnere are reduced rates in elivet on account of special occasions Home Seekers or Colonists Ex cursions we have them- E MWOMAOK G L GARRETT City Passenger Agent Travrlinir Passjrr z gt oL jj IRWIN General Passenger Agent Iientncke MSfI iinQnatity SOxa 3Y AoLPreparetl bJ + JAMES by C A of George Breeden Frankfort Kv fell tb of water andwas literally inJ to death r t FINE Jlrti Qr pn is JIRemedies D Fit 1Sold UcGJSXSItwoyearold son a ed CHAS assaultiatIJIoj1ve 11J r r ri I J TIrE IITEVITABLEj I Oh this earth Is a very diKhfartening spbere Just why tras set pinnlnsTvas never quite ciarIBut it rushes through space on the can nonball plan And we roor struggling mortals stick on Jf we rollII Oh it turn on its axis to matt night and oar AiiJ at every turn theres the mischief pay But in spite of its changes its doubts and its fears Th re are laughter and sons that may con qur the tears So heres to the earth Both in sorrow and mirth We must sleep we must wake we must breakfast and sup with it Or pleasure it shows a deplorable dearth But its all that weve got So well have to put up with ltl The mire and the snow drift are thick on the land But alas were obliged to have some place to stand The wind fcake o ir leth as we struggle ter breath Rut with no air at aI ne would all choke to death Oh the warmth is too hot and the coW is too chlll But without any weather at all wed be So lets beof cheer though these troubles wont halt Our conscience is clear for it Isnt our fault Thsn heres to this earth for it hoicis tn its Kirth The prIce and well gather and drink off a cup with itThe companys trouble is more than it worth But its all that weve got and well have to put tip with it Washington Star z 1brl7z I b7aC iYrYfiit5 I Maloneys Political I Manager By 7 MLEOD RAIKE JCojyrigl41O3by DIlyEtory Pub no YOU think BobMaloneywillgct nomination for state sen atm asked a delegate from toe Fired The other politician shook his Guess not Maloneya struck twelve oclock Ostranders got a lead pipe cinch on it You see Bobs one of these reform fellows who dont believe treating That aint polities and Os rrander does politics seven days in tll week Im not so sure about it Young Ma sightmtheothfrapology for a manand Bob isas straisnt as a string That may be all so but youll see who iivina f i will be the man who knows how to play the game of politics Bob Maloney nodded smilingly as passed the two men at the entrance of the convention hall Think Ive struck twelve do they Weil if I have the gong is due to sound thirteen next time Ill show these fel lows Im not all in by a good deal It Meyer holds the First precinct for me as he promised Ostrander will be nom- Inated to stay at home Ive got to THAT LETS MALONEY OUT GOOD AND PLEXTY win There are ro two ways about that told Maurine I was going to win and believe she is making a test of itShe was Maurine Ostrander sat well back In the gallery of the convention hall and watched young Maloney closely He was apparently brightly indom itable but she read a troubled mind be flybusyner He flitted from one delegate to another while the chairman was deliv ring the usual opening panegyric on what his party had done and would do Decidedly this alert young man with the good shoulders had plenty of force She glanced from him to her broti and back again There was no shadow of doubt in her mind as to which of them would make a better representative the people- A fragment of whispered talk reached her from under the eaves of the gallery ngfaloneyMapleville thrown out Claimed some irregularity Hes working hard to get Meyer to throw him some votes from the First Hell get them too If Meyer hasnt been bought I miss my guess The plan is to adjourn the district Tention till two oclock so that Ostran der can get in his fine work during the lets Maloney out good and plenty then answered the second man 1ithey moved away Ostrander will spend the time treating in the saloons Maurines blood pounded She lool at her brother and asked herself whe er he would stoop to take an unfair ad vantage and in his shifting eyes and furtive glance she found her answer Shame surged through her and with it great sympathy for the clean young man who would win fairly or not at She felt she must warn him must him know that the man on whom he de HAPPY HEALTHY CHILDREN Any child can take little arly Risers with perfect safety They are harmless never gripe or sicken and yet they are so certain in results that robust constitutions re quiring drastic means are never disappointed They cannot fail to perform their mission and everyone who uses DeWitts little Early otherIj pills They cure billiousness Sold fay Chas C Davis N f t S ponded was about to play him false On the back of her card she ppncilert allot f and sent il to Maloiey liy a boy watched the boy push his way through the crowd to him and then noted theI sudden animation with which his eyev swept the galleries for her At last his glance found her and he nodded emil ingly to reassure her But he lost no time in bunting Meyer and something in Meyers shifty manner confirmed a suspicloIr which had already been dormant in his mind He determined to trust Meyer only so far as he could see him He knew that the man from the First pre cinct dare not openly betray him but that he might contravent an adjourn meat for that purpose To frustrate this Maloney had a secret talk with Heis man and other delegates from the First If Meyer meant to play false Maloney proposed to see that Meyer would have no goods to deliver when it came to the critical momentIteoccupiedjournment calls were issued for the dibferent district meetings tugging at his yellow mustache which covered his weak mouth was plainly nervous and anxious His eyes traveled from Meyer to Maloney then swept across the other delegates Maloney the other hand appeared quite at ii ease He was stationed at Mr Meyer elbow and that gentleman clearly did rot 5EMove215 cried one Ostrander delegate Second the motion said Mover feebly Heisman had the floor in an instant to let Maloneys followers know that itI was a test vote Bob Maloney himself in to the motion eMeyerhis instructions had to fall into line on the vote which followed The count stood For adjournment 32 against adjournment 36 Five minutes later Robert Maloney was nom inated for sate senator by a vote of 41 to 27 Ostrander with a badly damaged smile moved that the nomination be made unanimous ttThatMaurine Ostrander I suppose congratulations are due she said demurely after they had found seats 1Heleaned back in his chair and viewed her critically 0Yes I suppose so But Im wonder ing to whom they are dueyou or me hI dont see what I have to do with it she said Well for one thing you nominated me Tuntd it really she salted with shin mb BobReally tocourse I was prepared for an attempt adjourn but I wasnt quite ready to e lieve that Meyer dared back It If you hadnt put me on to him he would have forced an adjournment and I would have lost out Of course Lm sorry my brother lost the said But youre glad I won hOb well yes Thats good By the way Im thlnk ing of getting married I can do better work for my constituents as a married blushful silence If I can get the girl to see It my way Doesnt she- I havent asked her yet I wish I knew what she thought She had nothing to say to that hI expect I had better ask her Do a you think so Maurine JdoutlmowhIts to find out Here goes Maurine Im not worthy of you by a long long way But I love you and that counts for something Do you happen to care for me Maurine She nodded yes and then Maloney beat time and murmured his college ell as a paeon of victory The rest is a very common story A COUNTY THAT SECEDED How Franklin Tenn Expressed Dis approval of an Election Just Prior to Civil War The county of Franklin in my state said a Tennessee man to a Washington Post reporter has the unique distinc tion of being the only county that ever undertook to secede from the state to which it belonged A great many peo pie have doubtless forgotten that the people of Tennessee voted twice on the proposition to secede from the union At the first election in February there was an enormous majority about 10 against disunion A few months later when the attack on Fort Sumter- r stirred the passions of men another vote was had and the earlier verdict was figrBut in Franklin county whe states rights and secession claimed the allegiance of the entire pop alation there was such an in lftheney afterward supreme court judge and twice governor the citizens helda mass meeting and solemnly passed an dinance of secession from Tennessee Of course when the state reconsider in June Franklin county was mollified and renewed its allegiance Makes Farming a Science jqsouriof agriculture to a place as high as highior univerIsltyby the uni versity to Introduce tho study into ev thetott sr states will follow the example IT SAVED HIS LEGI PA Danforth of LaGrange Gaj suffered for six months with aI rightful running sore on his leg mt writes that Bucklens ArnicaJ Jalve wholly cured it in five daysc for Ulcers Wounds Piles its the jest salve in the world CureI guaranteed Only 250 Jan dtuggist 4 t i Commissioners Sale ROCKOA STLK COUNTY ColtS A nlexe Notice of Ooirmisionprs Sale Tar DuVIollc eDel orllmjthereof HIm in the above tyUd ac ltionfOllhosumOf 10000 with per from the 11th da of Feb until paid subject a enait os 2Tpaid June 7th an SJ paid Sept 1st 1887 anti the fur tlciHum of uil28 with interest there 2 1Dndcost titheB Carter and the latter recovered by Lackoy Administrator the undersigrCf d will or Monday the iazt 1904 it deing county court etween the hours of 8 oclock a m and oclock p m offer for sale ictf front door of the court house Vornon Ky to the highest blide at public auction upon a credit of six 11101sA certain tract of land located on Copper Creek in Rockcastie county cy being the same tract conveyed to Daniel B Harrold by E W Ba or and wife anti John Haggard on the 10th day of Feb 1866 and the same deed by the said Harrod to Samuel O DuNall and Oscar DuVall on the llth day of Feb 1885 and bound d as follows Beginning at a poplar and dogwood on the N side of Copper creek it being the corner of the outside line to the 4th and 5th division of John Haggards estate thonoe a line of the 5th division N 37 W 41 poles and 14 links to a White oak ntar a drain In Cutlett Conways old line thenca with his line S44 poles and 20 links to a large white oak and gum corner to the 4th and alto a corner to the 5th division afore said thence with the outside line of the Ird division still with Conwa s line or near so S45 V52 poles to a poplar and gum and sarvis corner to the ird end Lnddivision of the Hag gad trait non corner to Mitchell Piul ertons thence with his lineSc Ird and 2nd division S37 E115 poles to a white oak about 5 poles K of the Copper creek county road crossing Copper creek at 72 poles at 02 pOll r otsing in an out side Jine thence pIeandadramion theuc with line of 4th division I7i E40 poles and 20 links to r slone near the gum and beach corner to the 4th and 5th division thence the divis ion line between the 4th and 5th division now H E Maddox line N20 W at 20poles and 10 links croossing Cippei creek in all 12o poles and 10 links to the beginning including 3rd and 4th divisions of the Haggard c ttte and containing 8l acres more r 1es 101 the IHltldlase the petreli er must execute bond with approved tletforce and effect of a judgment Bid der will bo prepared to comply promptly with these terms J Bethurtiaj M C R Cc COMM SSI NRSSAbE ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT T SnithpJof Con mtsstoners SetS Siolee J ft1Byof sale of the Rockcattle CirciiitCourt rendered therein at the Feb term 1004 thereof in the above styled action for the sum of 5500 With interes at rate of per cent from the 11th day Sept 1001 until paid subject to a credit for silO paid Mardi 16th 1903 and 56 paid Sept 14th 19o3 and 53o cost therein I shall proceed to offel- for sale at the front door of the co house in lIt Vernon Rockcastle county Ky to the highest bidder public auction on Monday the 28th day of March lOOf between the hours of S oclock a m and 4 oclock p ro upon a credit of six months the folovv lag described property towitIA tract of land located is tIe Co Ky on the waters of Round StOne creak and bounded as follovs Bounded on the county road running from the Sinks of Roundstonu to Madison county road and by the sui veyof Martin Owens and by the sui vey of David Roberts and Magee including one acre of land around the house where Tilday Collins now in all supposed to contain 50 livesI mere or less For the pbrchase pries the dlday of saleuntil paid aad having force andeffec of a judgment Bidder wilt he prepared to comply promptly with these terms B J BETHURUMM C R C C r WANTED Special Representative in this county and adjoining territories to represent and advertise an old solidIeach Monday by check direct from headquarters Aorse and bugg furnished when necessarj position permanent Address Blew Broth rs 600 Monon Bldg Chicago Ill The Kentucky Senate passed the ill prohibiting the coeducation of nowIr er t lf A IA pretty losjcheeked country g etnersril one of our large deprt ient stores It was baigan ay and the crowd was greater than usual She hall wandered about from floor to fi roFa litte bewilder ed at the magnitude of the estahllshj ment the largest she had Seeing her a flrturvalker ap proached and said Is anybBry waiting on yo fYt sir slid the girl blushing the roots of her flaxen hair 1110 Hes outside he wouldnt come CANT bivCUREI local ai licutinn the cuncot reach ili diseased jmnion of tile ear There only title Way to Cure deafness anti that is by cunstitutional reineilUs Deafness is cmstllhYl1I inflamed cniulitioa of the ion liein ot the Kustacliain tube When rlllllbHIItrir isI fle ntitlycioseil lpatiuNS is iht result an tit ulets the iiifuruiatioii cm he this tube restored to its norniiil condjtliuI hearing will be ilcctroyeiuiever nine jdasesout of ten ire caused liy catlirdj uothiiiK hut an inUituied of the mucus services We will give one hundred dollars for any case of deafness caused by aitarrli tFiat il1rlllot be cured hy lulLs Catarrh Cure circuhirs C- reeIF J CHRNEY CO Toledo 0 ruist cts 1ills nretlm best trialIGetting tnv seven dau htct married offreplied the scan y haired jurist DAILY TOURIST SLEEPERS TO CALIFORNIA Iron Mountain Route operates StI1a in daily via Little Rock Td iarkana Dallas Fott Worth and El Paso The Ideal Route to Califor ma Fast Schedultr cheap Cole list rates in efien daily during months of March and April 1991 to Cililbrnia and the Northwest Pullman tourist sleepers via Mis jsmri Pacific Railway leave St Louis every Thursday 9 a m toni Kansas City Wednesdays Thursdays and Fridays 630 pm Bll1n o loQ Risystnl through tgcalt lalce City to OgetcHomeseeker and Colonist rates to vrious points iu the West and Sotilhwest overy first and third Tuesdays each month For ma olders desciiptive literature rates etc consult nearest Ticket Agtnt if acId resc R TG MATTIIEWSTPA Room 301 Norton Bldg uar iStf Louisville Kv WIlDS Consumption is a human ueed flourishing best in weak lungs Like other weeds its yaungipossible youIweeds will disappear The best lung fertilizer is porkfvery todigest The time to treat consump tryingt onttlcant deceive yourself any longer thoughtIso much the better r you will soon forget it and be better for the treatment If it is consumption you cant expect to b- Icuredzt once but if you will beginin time and will be rigidly regular in your treat ment you will win Scotts Emulsion fresh air rest all you can eat all you thats the treatment and IIcan the best treatment We will send you a Fttlc of the Emulsion free that tln the torn a llbcl on tbe rapper bur SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y toc mItIl druggist WORLING OVERTIME bytKings New Life Pills Millions are always at work night and day curing Indigestion Billiousness Constipation Sick headache and all tomacb Liver and Bowel troub leseEasy pleasant fesure- OnlY5catalldrugstores fe 44 on The Kintl You Have Always Bought mail which has been iu use for over 30 years has bone tl c signature of 9 pervJ cAllow no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Jnstasgood are but Experiment tlsat trIfle with and endanger the health of Initiate a fitlltlrcn Exycrience against Experiment STORIAifCastcvia is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gone Dtjee and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Slcrphiiio nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverlshiiess It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Children Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTOR ALWAYS rsthc Signature of ctBe Uv The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years covJf J it ft RENCH LCKndWEST A r it i SprinyL L In the highlan Ie there f wondiriii helg OIIdl of dollars to enjoy it iK r 1 1ijr A recent visitor from Ph lad Irhvi n h ite viCarlsbad every year said J dO r r Europe for medicinal faters The water is as ben al and the scenery and surrounding coumix trt Hf ii 1J tunities tar recreation are better tin h itlsji d Al icivn lions are much finer at French LickWest B den tl7 v and this gentleman is a native SwitzeilMiH The splendid wooded hills with the coo invigorating air of these highlands where one can erjoy rambles in th depths of the forest or rides and drives among the numerous bridle paths and rou litImSnvandrpocial pleasure possible at the most fashionable resorts ON THEMONON ROUTE Tot booklet tel Iii a u mt itt votrrs Hole Rates and fut iifon atioi vritH E H BACON DP A Louisville Ky MemphisfirstFor oneway tickets Half the One =Way Rate plus 200 MissouriArkansaswrite for particulars arid cost of tickst from your home town The rtns through train tn Texas with timeandIf yon are tcttelrc a bettir to locate write fora tree of awlII I L SCHAEFER Traveling Passenger Agent Cincinnati O E W ta BEAXJMS General Pass and Ticket Agt St Louis l- Xo1Dt7PiiiN4ii C the esecretes ractson Chills the e form of Inter the of trouble works permanent cure FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE At Chas C Davis DrugstoreJ THE BJNK OF fiT VERNON MT VERNONKY- OPENED 1900 CAP1TALBTOCK I 15000 C C WILLIAMS PRES JAS T ADAMS VICFPRESI W L RICHARDS CASHIER A B FURNISH DIRECTORSCC Williams Geo Livesay A X Fish S H Martin Rod Perry J E Houk We solicit accounts of firms and individuals Careml attention is given collections entrusted to uscOur friends and patrons are invited to call when in town Phone No 55 yS C Villiens Ie LAW VERNON K- aeOFFICE On 21 c tl TheBankof Mt Vernon on I bUll- LstreetSpeciaJ attention gwei to collections Phone No 80 M L MYERS DentistMr Ki FIRSTCLASS OFFICE tlGMain oirc the C C Wilhani residence PHONE No 73 ViI Un iffice at ItCLhl I even VOM AYimi jhlnuoon JC McCLARY Undertaker Embclrrer Complete Odtrt li The trand HIlf- JlrI iti Iti Vfli 4 3tplr st Bathromts fie te RATES r2 3iar A tbrfgh L r y l cre f lr h J lC n 11 tli = ri 1tI s I mrht d grat t Ht la lnt r i tt 1Li ie1ln m t n1 spcMss 01 Ziipbgrei 0 h W M Francisco MONUMENTAL WORKS Brodbead Kv Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones ALL VORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVEN Fnfh FoeBRODHEAD KY GEORGE JETER PROP MenGoLivery Attached The patronage of Rockcastle citi zens specially desired Miller House HUGH MILLER PRPBIL- TORIleaclquarter t7 onInlere1tbtltiriPnrtti s MT VERNUN DIREC ORY COURT CALENDAR undayQUARTERLY COIKT Fiist Mti duy in erch mouth CIRCUIT CUUlIersj v day n February Fourl In May and Thud MIIclttembsr MT VERNON POUCH Cot Third Monday in each nirt CHURCHES Sertiees Uthe finnic hurvh Prrjuft log 3rl ouos tit i 730 p m SundaycchooI93t a m every Suidaj TiiIpiiTheall ssrviec the Uh uud r morning and cvenine Baptist Church Service on the Third Saturday night and Sunday Sunday PrayerlDee MASONIC tadday9am 7 CHAPTHoMEFTS at 2 p iu f MACCABEES K OT TEST So and 3rd Monday at 730 p mJ JAB CHAS C DAVIS R