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Digital page images are linked to the text file. puIlIuI14S YIII Established 1887 VOLUME XVII MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY APRIL j 1904 UMLlR i IIIBILLS PASSED BY LEGISLA PURE Thes Are Ttit Bills Which Origi natel in The Senate That Vere Passed By Henry Gorge to submvoc question of returning to voting at election in 1905 J C Can trill uniform school hnok bill N A Porter appropriating reviooo for two eats ears to State geologicalstrvey Brent Speuce jurors to fill pan to be drawn from wheel save three who may be selected from bystand ersJ W Gilbert to pay jurors f first days attendance even thoug not accepted for service VGroll edition of Kentucky statute- as the law of the State J F Porter extending common school term to six months- J Emery Allen appropriatin 25000 for improvement at State Col1 geIappropriating 15000 an Dually in addition to the present sum to pay expenses at State Col legeCharles Carroll unifiorm negotiable instruments J Embry Allen increase ann appropriation from 7500 to 10 500 for State Experiment Statio- pure food analising Same 15650 for improvements at Lexington asylumICharles Carroll allowing 10 cts for indexing namesIG W Hickman providing tha mandate of the Court of Appeals shall not issue in criminal cases unI til 30 days havetx iredJH S McNutt allowing Jvffer son circuit clerk a fee of 5 in khI ny cases as other clerks are aUowrt- W B Whitt creating the county of Beckbam out of Cartcr Ieist and Elliott counties J Wheeler Campbell allowing auditor 3000 annually for addition lc1 rks G W Hickman giving Com monwealth right to appeal in mis demeanor cases when imprisonment is inflicted H Qlawfulin local option districts exce that distillers can sell their oft make W A Byron requiring national banks to report to auditor their shares of stock for assessment- S E Dehaven forbiddine automobiles to run faster than 15 mil an hour R H Fleming authorizing fig cal courts to refund old bonds G W Hickman providing f sale of franchises which have only 2o years to run J Embry Allen requiring th all deeds shall show where grant obtained his title C F Burnham extending term- of JibrarianrJ Campbell Cantrill creating the office of game warden to be ap pointed by county judges 4- L1oun1 tr t T Ttnnii igIIJ = Charles Carroll allowivig the ad1 jnUuit general two assistants at 3000 and noo each G T Farris requiring non res ident individuate to designate resident agent upon whom process may be served eCaswell Prewitt making it a ony to steal chickens to the value ofrJCinipiHI Canlrill ppropria tng 12357 64 for deficit at House Reformve Nat A Porter giving osteopaths Statele taxiofand 25 ecu Is on portions of barrelsh A Byron appropriating 20000 for statute of Goebel countysto e of property for benefit of school district- C D Sublett providing for per petuation of testimony relative to title to ICharles Carroll directing that county seminaries be reimbursed for over pavment of taxes W B What assigning county of Beckham to Ninth district J Embry Allen Making it a fel ony to steal properly being tran ferred by common carrier IlA S Bennett making bank rob bynfrom tw to twenty years imprison menteIof turnpikes and gravel roads thatt o crs and men of State Guard be acII1 C Pilchard authorizing con femnatiou of land for water worksI ad water pipes 1C H Cox making uppropra avall11aW ompan11es IttbattbeYIJllay clerkpts tno assessment lists that be long to Beckham county N A Porter authorizing to the quarterly court without tli execution of bond for the costs reesby railroads of preferres- Lock at market price instead of at paLjmisdemeanoron to avoid testifying before legislative committees or grandjuries assessnsenat t aorte Railroad Commissionj France Perry an L N watch killed himself because his fe low workingmen laughedat him for breaking his pledge to stop drinking W C SWINFORD Livingstons spendid barber 11 ILl 1alISB RU 1SIt is reported that another n bank will he established here in the- near future Dr J W McGarvey of Lexin g ton will preach at the Christian church here next Sunday Last Friday a three y earold chi of Mr and Mrs Ben Taylor climb ofIthere then told its mother that it butIil octet spoke afterwards and di the next day in great agony Last Saturday the of this county held mass meetin gs in every voting precinct to elect- precinct chairmen A hot contest was waged ash over the county Money was mod freely as it tv really a Hunter and Edwards con test It is said that a great deal of money was sent here from London n F Steely and Geo W Park who have beeen attending a me cal school in Louisville are now at home for the spring and sumo There are about twenty young men tudyingIe or So there will be no delay in having teeth and graves filled on short noticeAbout ten oclock Monday night- the depot at this place burned with nearly all its contents A few things in the express office were saved The origin of the fire is a mystery asit began on the back of the freight room where- there was no stove but it is belie v that some one had dropped live cigar stub or cigarette Nellie aged five had her pho graph taken recently and wnen proof was sent horne her mother- said she looked too solemn and askedwhy she did not smile ssforeg ot to put it down erde3sel together and until the lust few years Siimjuiseil to he incurable Kora great niaiy years doctors pronounced it a local JIul prescribed local remedies and by con Muntly failing to cure with local t3tmentll- rollouneecl it incurable Science has p en calnrrh to be a constitutional disease therefore requires constitutional treatment SLdIa Catarrh Cure manufactured by F ja Co Toledo Ohio is the constitutional cure on the market taken internally in doses from drops teaspoon ful It nets directly on the 1andmnroussurfaces of the system for any case it to cure Send for circulars and teslimon OSfllcStalls family Pills tire the best r SPRING GOODSJ Our Spring Goods- Are about all in and we are now thehandsomesttodate line of Ladies and Gents Furnishings Ever Brought To This Section of The StateOur Line is Complete and our goods the very Latest Styles Come visit our store and be convinced that we are right Watch this space eaeh week for we have 19tsjof good news for the buying public v J C HOCKER CO LIVINGSTON KYor f XIent imuted for the peach crop which had promised 1e so abundant only now and then we get a crop but apple are thj- hest anyway Well I see Thorne County is dead and all suchishould die in the shell and Beeklimi enmity should hi relegated ioth shad ofeternal silence lint the S preia Court Such empty hono cost too much Our Inwmafceis too often strin out Jie gnats and swallow whole canoe in order to rile supeifluiiies on sonic one no more deserving than hundreds of Vothers who arc nevr thought about onlnt taxpaying It indeed makes much difference as to whose ox is gored and whose hors eats at the public crib This forcibly reminds me of an eccehtrii uncle I I2tdgone down to the church where preachers and everybody else have PresidentedCongress and other rulers and big AwnraAlthoughwe are professed Christ ians principally in Kentucky yet lots of Phariseeism remains in etaIt does seem that is our party is not badly enough disorganized in national issues that such men a Wattersou Bryan John Whalcn r Nondsmen of our patty will just shut ertip until after the St Louis con greatng11tbrongbout well just give us one chance we could only get out a large IfI ber of candidates for Congress roof the n districts at an early day this would help mightily also in the way of harmony Aint the repnbs having a big time in the nth Gum Shoe is waiting patiently for Parker Edwards and White to shake down the simmons and then hell step in pick it upi and quietly tote it otTolhree ofI finishhtrun s thought and believed that his can didacy will help Hunterjust wait and note my prediction Why aidsir you had as well try to stop the waves of the deep blue sea as to try to beat Gummy Hell get the nomination Didnt John D BustI Somei10We are indeed pleased to see a column from the pen of the former brilliant writer from Crab Orchard regadmany GalS in that little city and formed whomh we espeIOially among the children but many of those whom I knew and loved failsto be with yea many indeed both old and young in the short space of four years have crossed the dark tsream How sad it makes me feel to think this over But death has done a powerful work in this part sicce then also There is but one man living near us who was born here that has lived out the allotted three score au ten How fast the population of our cemeteries does increase We should all remember tb but one thing is necessary and that Mary chose the better part Very April was named from APRIERE the open the season when buds d ushers into life all that0takes the world beautiful A CURE FOR HEADACHE Any man woman or child suffer ing from headache billiousness or a dull drowsy feeling should take EarlyRisers a bie a pill While they cleanse the sysa bbyand bowels aDavis t ti NEWGOODSR- I i I 1 IComang Every Day ljAIi rci I at per LL we still continue to LOW PRICES witIlI 20 percent 0 percenti CostIkinds best and fSat Hock ilotttau PIjct Dont ffiil to mfike 0111 stOIf I wlwll in Lhin n ton lliltpt 0111 going Ion Yours for DAVISi= JOHN D 0 A FOR APPKU VTE JUDGE OF THIS D1STRICTI Hon John D Carroll of New- Castle one of the best known law yers in tho State has announced as a candidate for Judge i this District subject to the of the party Mr Car rolls friendsespecially in the leg have for a long time desired to see him on the bench of the highest court in the State H has held several offices of trust and honor and in all of them acquitted himself with credit When quite a young man he served two terms in the was a member of the Convention and one of the throe appointed by the Governor to revise the statute laws of the State to conform to the changes made by the and was for three years chairman of the Democratic State Central Committee He the editor of Carrolls entuck Codes of Practice and Carroll thza are in general use and that may found in the office of every lawyer inIknowledgeu of lifnthis large circle of friends helices he would make a splendid judge GREAT was a big sensation in Leesville Indiana when W H Brown of that place who was expected to die had his life saved b Dr Kings New Discovery for Con ump ion He writes I endured insufferable agonies from Asthma but your New gave me immediate relief and soon there dafter effecteda complete cure Similar cures of bronchitis and grip are Itsthe peerless remedy for all throat and ring troubles Price Soc and 100 by all druggists Trial bottles freef Quite a High Priced you a position as clerk to start with said the merchant and pay you what you arewort Is that perfectly replied the cot leas graduate y think the firm can afford it MAKES A CLEAN SWEEP Theres nothing like doing thing orall the Salves you ever heard of Bucklens Arnica Salve is the best It sweeps and cures burns sores cuts boil ulcers skin and piles Its only 250 to give byall Shoes Ion ICLOTHING Manufacturers STAPLE FANCY GPOCEIU 111i1ltIelsewhere bargains CA1U10LL CANDIDATE Appellate Democratic profession Legislature Constitutional commissioners constitution IA Discovery pneumonia Guaranteed buterdo thoroughly guaranteed satisfaction druggists QUAIL slowlytago John Cress was in this section last week hunting cattle and pur chased only two of Tart Proctor The storm of Friday night blew the roof from Lee S BroughtonV sawmill together with the smoke stack Corn iswcrtb 300 iu this pare hogs from 3c to 40 and plenty for sale cattle low several to sell ns sole a mare at 55 Lee Mortis sold a horse to LarKin Hicks for 8oVm Dowel sold Ito George Hicks 5 i iolt hogs at cents Winfred Sweeney arrived Mon day from Indiana We expect to have more to tell about him next week as he has been expected in our section for some time Craig is the sickT C tisGW Brown is now reported very lowMri Willis Sow er continues to grow worse This report shows a great deal of sickness in the vicinity of Stringer Jr and Elmer Logsdon both about 16 years old left their homes a few days ago and went into the mountains Souu Strings has returned hut Logsdon has not made his appearance up to this time We think the boys would do well to settle down at home and cease running about for leastiWell we see there is to be a very hard examination this year and that he followed up in years t come together with the 6 month term the common schools un donbtedly will be placed on a higer degree All the schools of this section are under promise fa the year which we think is a tvis act upon the part of the trustees they are relieved of the of being harrassed by teachers an 1the teachers know just what to depend upon so you see its best for all BEST FAMILY SALVE De Wilts Witch Hazel gives in onstout relief from burns cures cuts oruises ores eczeon tltter and all abrasions of the skin In hu in Witch Hazel Salve it is only necesI j gelaana a cure certain- There are many cheap counterfeits on the market allof which are worthless and quite a few are dangerous while DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve is perfectly harmless an cures Sold at Chas C Davi drugstore riais Published Every Friday z ND Lead Democrate Cut on all Cut all Hats AL Best Flour hldflnfiltf Ky SENSATION consumption atnumerous lfanIIIg- ive satisfactory- Oh buyersI sGillis numberedwith beproviugslotvlyfirs Quailjohn 1iTHE C 0 X W A V Measles are still raging in this neighborhoodRev of Lexington preached to a rather small lint appreciative audience here this week Farmers are very much behind with their work on account of the wet weather J J Wood has returned from the cities where he has been to purchase a spring stock of dry p goods and notions Judge Chenault of Richmond was here this week on business We had a severe wind and rain lastItreesIicJim Wood received a letter from Col Geo H Dobinson of Balti more Md this week making some inquiries about his oil field here Col Dobinson jet believes there is oil in this section and we hope he may return soon and look fur ter for the valuable grease The storm of last week broke the telephone line between this place and Wild so we can not get a message out now The General Manager Mr Bostiu of Lancaster promises to put the wire on poles instead of trees in course of 60 days and probably run on from Conway to Mr R E Moyes store in Scaf whenbMr Bastin and Jim Maret get the time fixed to their notion this time will be no more break downs there In London there is one tic ned drinking place to every 436 JUdah itauts PlantssEvery farmer knows that iome plants grow better than samersameenit some are others strong withaare young plants Same food same home bigandsmall and weak Scotts Emulsion offers an easy way out of the difficulty Child weakness cften means starvation not because of lack of food but because the food does not feed Scotts Emulsion rcallyfeeds tnd gives the childgrowing strength Whatever the cause of weak growScotts rightSee Scott Borne Chemists Pearl St New York Sac jtooall graggists f MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY A PHIL 1904 Published every Friday by EDGAR SAL11RIGIITSU- BSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO I Idverlhing rales made known on application HON 114JI0011h ntlnrcf county is candidate for Con revs in the Eighth district to succeed nun Giihrct subject In the action of the Democratic party Your support is rarnrst srlicillI PROSPECTS of Hon Harvey Helm being tirade the nominee fort Congress in this district grows brighter daily The clean manly course he has taken in the race has made him staunch friends all over the district who will stand by him through thick and thin Mr Helm has not had many years experi ence in Congress nor does he own plantations in other States but he I lias the good will of the boys the trenches the bone and sinew o willigetall Sign fail Hon Harvey Helm of this place will represent the Eighth district in Congress after March 4th nextInterior Journal It will be very acceptable to a large majority of the people up in this neck of the woods EDITOR WALTON of the Interior Journal seems to think that we are just a little too severe in our criti cisms of William Randolph Hearst candidate for the democratic nomination tor President We may be but we think more of the democratic party than we do of Mr Hearst and what we want to see is some one as leader whose personal worth as a man entitles him to such leadership If the party wants to go down in defeat again why not nominate Bryan and be done with it Congressman Sperry of Counet icut explains the refusal of Iowa to extradite the poison murderess by calling attention to what he calls the fact that a man who fired across the boundary line be tween South Carolina and Tennes see killed a man and it was held that there was no law for his prose cution It seems as if a moan who could fire a gun forty miles from South Carolina to Tennessee ought not to be prosecuted for murder Charles Emory Smith exPost master General is handled very roughly by special attorneys Bona part and Conrad They declare that the gravest abuses grew up in the department while he was at its head that he received ample warn ing of lax methods and suspicious corduct that he went to sleep and appliedno remedy and is justly identified in the public mindwith the scandals The influence of John W Yerke- is said to have been secured in the effort to oust Dr T H Baker and J A Craft the postmaster and collector of internal revenue re spectively in Louisville Collect Craft especially ought not to be interfered with for he is making a mighty good Republican as long as his office lasts- Congressman Hull of Iowa last week won in a suit brought against him fat 40 for services iu influenc ing voters to cast their ballots for him Court found such a contract contrary to public policy Very wen but how is Hull ever to get elected again- Secretary Taft says that our object in the Philippines should b to make the people better Roman Catholics Protestants should carry thither tolerance as the first aid to proselyting Senator Tillman is as mad as a wet ben because just as an Ohio lynching bee is announced his physician bolts in and tells him he must not use his throat for month t POLITICS AND POLITICIANS The Hon A O Stanley was unanimously renominated by the Democratic Committee of the Sec ond district for Congress Maj A T Word condemns Hunterism and Sappism and sat Dr Hunter has no more influenc witli the Administration than a fSiipwball inthe lowerregionsI J s r3IN is cur CLOS IlComentionpolis July 2Oth to nominate caiij didates for State officers while dele gates to the Democratic NationalI Convention will be aI convention May 12iFrank Campbell chairman of PfltNewthe presidency by New York isI practically assured as the result Tuesdays primaries in that Senator Gormon in a Stae1 the Senate Wednesday postofficeIer was at work to prevent publicity Mr Gorman said the Administration was ruling Congress which could pass no bills until they first been considered at the White House He denounced the plan for an early adjournment of Con grc s as an effort to hide the cor jrnption of the Republican party IWith his claims strongly urged by his friends Gen Fitzhugh may figure prominently in LeeI Democratic national hisfwas was whether it would be agreeable to him to be considered as a candidate for the presidency Gen Lee affects to treat the matter humor ously He said that his position as headof the great Jamestown Ex hisiIn matters o lesser import Got Beckham Saturday con cluded consideration of the meas lures left on his desk at the adourn inent of the Legislature approving seven bills and allowing the re maining twelve to become laws without his approval The work of the last General Assembly will consist of 131 laws the Governor having vetoed fifteen acts wholly and two in part Among the bills opproved was the measure appro paiating 20000 for a monument to Gov Goebel Among bills that become laws without his signature are the bill increasing annuity of A and M College 15000 annual ofIthe Jefferson Fiscal Court to increase the County Treasurers sala ry to 2500 the bill increasing the Jefferson Criminal Court stenographers salary to 2500 and the billmaking more specific the law as to fees of Clerks a SCRAPS 0 BUST ITo share the blame Wont you be glad Tommy when your baby brother is as big as you are now asked the caller You bet I will replied Tom my then hell be licked for some of the things that I giC licked fur now Although I have granted you this interview said the pompous new officeholder I dont wan people to think Im in the habit 0 publications toIThey wont replied time report er when they see these remarks in print A Cood WordNed said his father as the small student came home from school which do you like best arithmetic or geography Well said Ned reflectively I think I like geography hest be cause arithmetic is just a little too thiukingsome I suppose my boy said th stranger in town I cant jump o anyone of these cars and go to th park I dunno replied the newsboy Anuder guy dat looked asclumzy as you tried to jump on one de dee morgue Well said the cheerfulwife who thought she had a soprano voice if tne worst comes to the worst I could keep the wolf from the door by singing I dont doubt that would do itreplied her pessimistic husband but supposethe wolf should happen to be deaf 1Youngman said thee old gen youngjbe sure other own mind in a matter of such importance I fully realize that replied the young man who had just secured the fair ones consent Thats why I dont want to wait HimJohnnieIsevere some one has taken a big piece of ginger 4fi tomllC u breadonto time pantry Johnnie blushed guilty Oh Johnnie she exclaimed I didnt think it was in you It ain t all replied Johnnie Part of its in Elsie Softleigh When I stand on any held the mood rushes to my headI doesnt it Hardljigh Sure thing SoftleigliNow when I stand on my feet why doesnt the blood rush to my fee- tHardlelghProhab1r because your feet are not hollow She Thought of HimSheO- Ilfr Horem how do you do Iwas nowrlaid couldnt help thinking t ou tieAndwas she discussing nt- tSheNot exactly She was com menting on the weather and just asked me if I could imagine anything more tiresome and disagreeable perIilladed pened to look away for a moment a foul tip caught him on the ear and knocked him senseless On coining to himself he asked faintly What it was A foulonly a foul Good gracious he exclaimed I thought it was a mule A girl who had been very clever at college came home the other day and said to her mother Mother Ive graduated but now I must infoim myself in psychology philology bibl Just wait a minute said the mother have arranged for you a thorough course roastology boilology washology and general domesticology Now put on your apron and pluck that chicken IThe women of Colorado have had the right to vote at public elections for ten Sears There is no improvement inpolitics there as compared with the condition in other states There is no benefit to the women in the state many of them do not go to the polls and those women thefa womanliness The wh e effect brings to mind the toast of the Denver member of the Legislature Heres to womenonce our periors now our equalsITheyre Ark Liars The woman dearly loved him but h he lied to her one dayIAnd then he told clear the first away When that was done he lied again he couldnt tell you why Until most every word he told th woman was a lie He lied to her about himself and of the life he led She took his lies for Gospel truth believing all he said He lied and lied and lied and lied and then more lies hed plan Because she was a woman and ot see he was a man NOTICEfTo S D Lewis County Judge To L W Bethurum County Atty You are notified that on the next regular meeting of the Board of prison Commissioners at Frank fort I will make an application t said Commissioners for a peroe IApril i 1904 WM CUNNAGIM A THOUGHTFUL MANI N M Austin of Winchester Indiana knew what to do in the sucheannd n0et help her He thought of and trie d Dr Kings New Life Pills and she got relief at once and was finally cured Only 25c at all druggists Ayers Your doctor will tell you that thin pale weak nervous children become strong and well by taking Ayers Sarsaparilla Small doses for a few days SarsaparillaThe and very marked Ask your doctor why it is He has our formula and will explain When yean fur many months onetilonght1cmddlive IweaiueoMliln Vat a weeks reri irsaparllla con healthims NT bottle J co 111 Mue 111111for The ChildrenBlllou- snessconstlpatlonpreventre r Jtt h If n THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lessini in the International Series for April 3 1904Jeus Visits lius Tyre and Sidcn- r Tin LESSON TKXT Mark 724 ii24 Anti from thtnee Haro e and went Into the borders or Tyre and Sidon and noia For acerLan womal1 those young daughter had an unclean spirit heard of Him and came and fell at ills feet SyropheIthat He would cast forth thn dtvit out of iier daughter But Jtsus said unto her Lot the chit dren first he fitted for It not meet to take the childrens bread and to cast it untothe And she answered and sand unto Him Fee Iord yet the dogs under the tabE eat of the childrens crumbs ii And He said unto her For this saying go thy way the devil gone out of thy caugbtor y And when she was come to tf r house she found tilt devil gone out and ler daughter laid upon toe bed 31 And again departing from the coasts ef Tyre and Sldon He came unto the sea of Galilee through the midst of the coasts of Deca polls And they bring unto Him one that was deaf and had an Impediment in his speech they btstech Him to put His hard upon w lid lip tooK him aside from the mnti tudt and put IIis fingera Into his ear and He Jjitt and touched his tongue 3t And looking up to leaven He sighed and Faith unto him Ephphatha that be opem atnd straightway his ears were opened nod the string of his tongue was loosed and he spake plain And He charged them that they shed d should tell no man but the more He charged them so much the more a great deal they published It And were beyond measure astonished saying He hath done all things well He maketh both the dent to hear and the dumb to TEXT Titliout faith it is imIpossible to please Him Heb 1116 ANALYSIS OF SCRIPTURE SECTION Jesus Walking on the Vfater Mark C45f2 Jesus Heating ManyMark C53ii Discourse Eating with rnwa h- edHandstark 1El Heailns AVomans Daughter Mark Healing Deaf and Dumb Mans rant i11Read also parallel passage Matt H2S 3bILTIMELate in the summer of D tVIACEThe nslon of Tvre and Sirtou a ioreigu country NOTES AND COMMENTS From thence From Capernaum The borders of Tyre etc That is Phoenicia Jesus and his disciples were now in the land of foreigners They were there for several reasons They could not stay where they were Hisfollowers had many of them left Him and popular feeling against Him was running high in Galilee It was a reaction 2 He had Lan a controversy with the Pharisees from Jerusalem in which He had talked to them with a plainness they had probably never heard before calling them hypocrites of course making their op position to Him more bitter Further work in Galilee at this time was out of the question A foreign country was chosen because of its distance from the scene of the trouble and because Its peo pie were not likely to know or care about the contention between Jesus and the Pharisees He entered would have no man krow it This wa not a preaching tour but a muchneeded respite from a wcariiig ministry Safety rt stand the rsinipg of the disciples were sought An unclean spirit P cbably epilepsy very disiressiur disease and one which Jesis ireqiiently titer In those days it was supposed like fever1 and insanity to be caused by demons The symptoms were intense suffering suddene theIA Greet That is a Gentile or as a Jew would be apt to say a dog The Jews were an arrogant race and almost always nad uncomplimentary names for aeSyrian Phoenician lpt the children first be filled etc A sentence which jwe say at first dons rot sound like Jostle Compare Matthews account By the children Jesus meant the Jews The dogs He used in theconmon way for Gentiles It was not harsh as it would be to a person a clog today He did not think the Gentiles of less importance than the Jews or care less for their sufferings salvationplan must be the wisest one possible and then He must Etick to it The plan was to begin the conquest of the world at home with his own people They bring unto Him After He reached Galilee again Took Him aside privately It is not an easy thing to communicate with one who is practically deaf and dumb Jesus might have healed him offhanded in the crowd lmoon as Master uses the sign language in dealing with this mantouches his ears and his tongue He spat saliva was suppose to have healing power the man received an idea Then he looked up to Heaven and signed the mans idea was enlarged God carne into the transaction and Jesus spoke the word and he was healed and had learned the mos impressive lesson of his life as well- Grapes from Canaan God has some blessing to heal every bane The religion of the Son of Man will surely be meanly The Word that does not heal must garden The pearls of truth lie deep In the sea of patience never joins in the chorus when ILove sings man who is willing to work is pot kept waiting There can be no sympathy where there is suspicion Idleness and riches furnish time and tide for the devils ships Rams Horn The Chief Thing charato1ISuddenly becoming irsane Alex ander Crelier a Louisville bartend staebed hts wile nine times and Ier killed hitn elf His victim Iat the point of death lAyersPills Want your moustache or beard beautiful brown or rich black Use r SEWS ITEMS- In r T Columbia not one quarter of the land is settled or owned by ins divichuls Japan has a written history extending over two thousand five hundred ye irs The suicide rie in the United States has inn re tsetl from 12 to 17 per 100000 population The cost of the pension roll is i7i a year for every man woman end child in the United States Loss to Louisville property own ers from the storm ot Friday night is estimated at not less than Sao ooa Over thirteen million persons are enrolled in time Sundayschools of this country The enrollment in the public schools is 16000000 jor only 3000000 more The fur of the sea otter is the most valuable in the world Though only four feet long and at most two feet wide S 750 sometimes given for a choice skin The Qneen of England broke the monotony of royal life by partak ing of a nine cent dinner in an in stitution founded to give the poor the cheapest possible food without savoring of charity Two more negroe members of the band whichcaused race troubles inI Arkansas have been killed the tal number slain being eleven It isbslieved the most dangerous ne- groes have been killedand ro fur ther trouble is expected A horrible story of the alleged operations of a malpractice syndi cate was told by Dr Mosier on the witness stand before Coroners investigation in Philadelphia Thee witness asserted that Infants had been burned to death in a cremato ryITbe Proctor bill providing for cmpImauga was favorably reported to the Senate after Senator Blackburn had made an in effectual plea for the substitution of West Ky for one of the sites tI Dr George R Parkin representing the trustees of the Cecil Rhodes scholarships has reached America to arrange the examinations to de termine the qualifications of Appli cants for free admission to Oxford University The examinations will be held on April i3th The United States has become dIe chief importer of diamonds with Russia next and France and England in the order named No Joubt their increased popularity vith us is in part due to the rec ignitioti of their desirability as an investment not liable to great fluc nation in value WAR NAVIES OF THE WORLD Of vessels battleships cruisers old scouts of over iooo touts now in commission in the worlds na vies Great Britton has 201 aggre gating 1516000 tons displacement France 96 aggregating 576000 tons displacement Germany 73 aggregating 315000 ton Unitd States 35 aggregating 259000 tons Italy 38 aggregating 259000 tons Japan 31 aggregating 206 000 tons But if the naval vessels now in course of building in the worlds shipyards were completed the tOllage of the United States would be more than doubled and she would occupy thirct place in stead of fifth with France still second and with Englands power only three times as great as ours CASTORIAI Bears the- citlnaturo X r WVof r JttXeAt II oo rt Ull The Strength- of the coffee you buy adds to its value in the cu- pLion Coffee comes to you fresh and of full strength always in sealed airtight packages Bulk coffees lose their strength deteriorate in flavor and also gather dirt frihn ii u full tr nsth inland to won at Lion CoffeeI Ayers Pills Ayers Pills Ayers Pills Keep saying AagainThe BUCKINGHAMS DYE eta a tuu a It t f xacfeceniIJBANNER SKIRTS Come and See lowestIprices They are made better than any other skirt in = = the land for the least money 10U Rl500 skirts ire something OutofSight We have four colors to choose from We will make you one to measure for same money DOME LOOK at our 150nor 310our 200 lnrX180aitdour 100 skirts before buying elsewhere because we can save you money WE HAVE A FINE LINE OF Dress and 1 ass Goods co MEwc will le glad to show you through our stoc k C arfT 8 7 We will make prompt delivery pnone Of all7 goods to any part of town F KRUEGERSONSMT VERNON KY UYo 9 ll nave to hurryTo find a line of shoes equal to ours in honesty of construction or attractive appearance We handle the celebrated Tenneat Shoes Made in St Louis They please everyone M have c I c3 oC OV vofI t v tKy tfti 5 I vr r r w oN= = ti Give us a trill and if we please you tell if not tell ns deliveied in any part of town in opn site Cotrt house SHORTEST ROUTE AND QUICKEST and TEXAS POINTS ADDRESS Passenger Agent CINCINNATI t CALL HIM JAMES FOR SHORT James J lives in Chi cagoHe moestly runs a fruit store at 4213 Halsted street and does not afftcl superiority over his friends because of his thirty sixsetter title It is probable that Mr 0 ulos never would have been discovered- ha it not been for the Peoples Gays Light and Coke Copany Until Saturday he dwelt quietly under the lias of James J Catsaros aud pur The T TAeAtShoe1LA For nice fitting Style and Durability they no superior JONAS McKENZIE Sole Vernon Ky XX8 IGRANVILLEOWENSJJ UNDERTAKER Brodhead Telephon Coffins All Mail FULL LISEI S B RAMSEYF- or Meats ofall Kinds others SEAT SHOP basement tQIIEENCKENIRQUIEAIM SOUTHERN RAILWAY SCHEDULES CHARLiSTONATLANTA JACKSONVILLESHREVEPORT LoxingtonWAGarrett Pappatheodorkoum mountouigeotopoulus Pappatb- reodorokoummountourgeotop Celebrated Agent- Mt Fresh chased gas at reduced rates un known to the lumination dispens ing corporation Only for legal purposes and on Grecian holidays does Mr Pappabeodorokoum- mountourgeotopoulo use his extensive patronymic and it was through subpoena placed in thef hands of a coustabe that his real name came to the surface The largest election district in the world is the socalled Gray di isi if S ut hern Australia It comprises 553000000 acJes or nearly a quarter of the whole con ItineuLI J MT VERNON SIGNAL lIT YEmwN Ky Ant 11904 79Ca1l UO Nt ant to SIGNALZcut with II J 1f rn TIME TABLE 24 north 1206 p IT 26 north 137 a n 23 south 129 p ir 25 South 113 a u IAS LANDRUM Agent Phnn No 58jtotertaAttheultVera Pot eeweee- ntta matter PERSONAL Mrs J iV Brown is vjsiting in Louisville Mrs Cleo Brown spent Sundae night with homefoll Charlie Vanhook has quit rail roading and gone to farming Albert Allen brought in some rich ore from his neighborhood yesterday which contains zinc and leadMr Hatcher of Hazel Patch who bought the Dick Nicely farmI near Level Green moved to itJ VenesdayshWallace McWhorter left Tues day for Williamsburg where he will have charge of an extra gang His family will go right away The writer is under obligations to that excellent clerV George Childress in Chenault Evans s re Orlando for favors entended We understmd that W F Mc Clary has sold his farm in Indiana and moved to Florida where his wife has been all winter on account ot her health One of Mt Vernons old Ma sons who was present at the rai5J i g of H V Bastin on March 22nd says the candidate was one of the brightest on the work he has met in his 28 years Masonic experience If things continue hy hear rains to pushup the eeraiou of water in Lancaster Jake Louis Landram may quit speaking to usI mountain people Ve dont blame the old man for being proud of his great work 0 1 Mr J Thos Cherry went to Lebanon Tuesday to take the 1KnigbtWednesday Mrs Cherry joined him and they went to Louisville for a few days They will make the tripr to San Francisco with the K Ts this summer LOCAL- s Sunday is Easter Todaj is Good Friday Baled millet Jay at Krueger Sons Our little friend Omar Purdom says they have a boy calf at their stable A fine baby boy arrived at the home of Rev William Williams yesterday morningcJohn Clark who was sent to the f JthreeLinemen will come to ML Vernon about April 15th to recon r struct our local telephone systen The L N will sell tickets t Frankfort May 24 and 25 until May 27 at 3 13 for the round rip account of State meet ing Grand Army of the Republic 1The Winchester Brick Co are closing a contract with the local telephone company for a line from Brush Creek to their works at Cooks Siding two miles south of the former named place S C Franklin the jeweler has moved from his old quarters at Fishs store to the G M room four doors west where h has much more needed room to display his increased stock etc Inviterevery maltpattern Miss SALLIE PURCELL Brodhead Ky The Lady Maccabees will gi a box supper at the Court House r next Tuesday night to which every one is cordially invited bringta 3 men a as all Does will be sold for 25 cents tZ f luge Lewis s very sick Goto kiueger Sous Mt Ver non for millet h y Mt AC Totveys sister of tea H ustuiiviHe is dead 1 he Berea College Trustees have accepted a gift of 30000 from Andrew Carnegiefor the institution Rev J B r07 man of Louis ville vii preach at the Baptist church next Sunday morning an waning Supt G M Ballard is a candi date for menthe of the Republica State Central Committee Eightl district Since moving into my new qnir tern out better fitted to doal classe of wrtch and clock work S C FRANKLIN Ml Vernon Ky Henry Bales has samples ofa winds of wall paper and will bt glad to bring them to your home for inspection He can make yov the very lowest prices Come to S C Franklin and havts your eyes scientifically tested anc spectaclcsrstruments and has had years of ex perituce under the teachings of best opticians There appears to be a warm fight between B J Bethurnm and GJJM Ballard as candidates for member ip o n Republican State Central Committee from Eighth district Bothare citizens of this place and working bard to gain the position Indications are that tile merchants who have been running de very wagons will by agreement discontinue the same at an early date much to the regret of their customers who have been enabled to stay at home and phone their wants to dealers Matt Ford has been located at Atlanta Ga where he is now h tit A requisition has been made on thE Governor of Georgia for him and Egbert Wallin has gin o brirji him hack to Mt Vernon- It is nt t very probable that Matt lade play of insanity will go any mor MA IRISH Air W B Swinney- of Wayne Town Iudand Miss da Poynter were married Wednes day afternoon the Rev Martin Owens officiating The Hide is a inter of W M and D C Poynter f this place They will leave for Indiana Sunday where they will their future home NOTICEI have just returned from the city with the largest and lost tipto date line of Millinery Goods ever brought to Brodhead also a complete line of Notions Come iu and see me get my prices before purchasing elsewhere f Miss SAIUE PURCELL Brodhead Ky The trustees of common school district No 17 Brodhead Ky having decided to erect a new building will at 2 oclock p m on Saturday April 2nd 1904 in front of the postofilce in Brodhead sal to the highest bidder the present school building that is the lunihei in the building and not the land havseen a yaw mill in this for the past two years hav by mutual agreement disolved partnership Mr Lee will likelv the mill and continue business are straightforward good men and we hope to see them well in whatever occupation the may enter Our readers jvonld do wen t changeddSons Jonas McKenzie S B say Willis Griffin and Chas Davis Mt Vernon Granville Owens Brodhead J C Hockey Co and L H Davis Livingston the Woolson Spice Co Lion Coffee Toledo Ohio and others DISTRICT S CONTENTION TO BE HELD AT MT VERNON BAPTIST CHURCH SUNDAY APRIL IOTH 200 p ConventioneBible Lesson Music Address Our imby Dr M L Myers Song Miss McDonald AddressWork as it might be MrscPennington l Music Addres What is due the S S Gecen Music AddressGut R e w a r d M i s Alexander JudicialAll SundaySchool workers will be cordially welcomed lI i rr j The Rockcastle Real Estate CoI will sell your land for Sou No sale COt ALPSGnrrGeneral Mugi NOT J eKIwin for a limited time shoe horses at 6octs per roundeverything furnished See Powell on Newcoinb Avenue at the Jack Lawrence place mari8 41 Rout K Powell S C BIACli 111 NOIJ CA Eggs for sale 50 cts for 15 from nigh scoring biids bred fur Meat ggs and the Show D S PURDOM oar IIte Mt Vernon Ky Judge M L Jarvis wife died ist week Mrs Janis was sick vhen here with Judge Jarvis at ebruary court and never did eI over and about fifteen days ago jneumonia set up She Itft four mall hildteaiOPENINGI will have my petting tomorrow April 2nd to vhichyou are cordially invited I pent twos weeks in the trimming lepartment of one of the Sjuths largest wholesale millinery house and have selected only the yen atest and most upto date goods Every one cordially invited MRS G W BPOOKS ipritf Brodhead Ky The Board of Trustees of Bsrea olle e in session at Cincinnati Wednesday decided to institute ippropriate proceedings for testing rhe constitutionality of the Day aw which prohibits coeducation of the races in Kentucky The schoolwill be conducted as usual until a final decision frm the Uni ted States Supreme Court Iu the meantime State officials will be en joined from making arrests lor vio lation of the law Miss Lute Moore alter an illness of several months died last Saturday morning and was buried Sun day afternoon in the cemetry at this place For many years Miss Moore had made her home with Mrs Ann Fish but when she was stricken down with paralysis her sister tits Bebee of Kansas cute and rented rooms in the Joplin hotel and took charge of her was a daughter of Johu SheI who lived and died iu this county NOTICE The trustees of Brodhead cons mon school district No 17 ceive sealed bids till noun SaturI day Apr 9 for the following pur p oses1stForthe erection of a three room scho il house complete In eluding two coats of paint inside and ou- t2NDFor the erection of build ing trustees to furnish all material on the ground 3RDFor furnishing the rough lumber for building 4TIIFor furnishing dressed lumber for inside and out 5rrrFor shingles for building All bids must be sealed and plain ly addressed to L L Jarrett Chm Bitts Particurtars as to sizekind of building material u write or callon Chairman L L JarrettI 1I1INGSTONt Mrs Fisher has returned from a visit to Louisville Livitgstoayill oMr J E Singleton made a trip over in Jackson this week W C Mullins and Shannon LouisvilleCMr John Johnston visited home folks at Lancaster Sunday Mrs Sue Mullius has been im proving her property by painting Bullock Ward has taken place of Larkin this week but it is all just sameMrs Shey has gone to house Mullinrs The town was largely serenaded last evening by some of our boys come again please Mr A N Bentley has gone to Montgomery Ala to accept a position as Master Mechanic tiLe endufoppression of the hogs Mrs Elmore has returned from the city with her stock of Millinery aQd will have heroPautogSaturd s4th Sdtat ay churca next Sunday at 2 p in Let every body attend r I IThere is much sickness here IMrs VV Wright Mrs B Jj Hayes and two of Smith Kelleys children e very sick this week Ucv S G Bow D IXSupciiL tendent of the Baptist State Ali sion work has promised to preach at the Baptist Church Sunday night April loth The Doctorss home is Louisville as he is one ofKentucys eloquent sons tho e who get to he r him will enjoy a trent On Thursday night of last week tits Smith Keley was taken dan g rol11y sickmn rafter 34 hnus she departed this life t 84oa in Saturday morning Rtrv dates their pistor conducted fuiiero services at leer home Saturday night and on Sunday she was in tend in the Carrier cemetry She was born October 1861 and was married to Mr Snith Kellev Sept 1885 of witch union t ere were 8 children 4 of which died in infancy Twentyfive veers ago she united with the Union Baptist church of this county ofwhich she remained a loyal member until Feb 1903 when she united with the Baptist church of this place Her last words to her two oldes boys r to go to church and Le good boys then she lapsed into un conriousness in which condition she remained until she fell asleep in Jesus LAND STOCK AND CROP Have the SIGNAL to print your horse and jack cards Kentucky Jacks Fifth black icks Twentyfive old enough Ij service Farm at Stanford y Address Lexington Ky Box 41 and long distance phone 41 inchi8 4t The prices of mules are holding ing up well and there seems to be a c instant upward tendency in the markets the prices ranging all the way from 125 to 175 for good ones Owing to the demand tram Russia and Japan and the addition al demand growing out of the construction of the Panama canal by J the Untied States this would seerI to be a fine time to raise mules forf marketWith closing out of a line of iooocoo bushels of wheat toWednesdayArmour people brought to a close the most remarkable wheat deal on record It is estimated the deal netted those interested between 4000000 and 5000000 Presi dnt J J Valentine of the Armour Grain Company is authority fOJj the statement that one of tailors cleared 6coooo on his line The deal had been on since last Nov ember when the prices of May and July were in the 7os The price of May advancad to i 096 and the price of July to 993 an ad vance of 30 cts oa May and 25 ctst on July It Is estimated that the profits on the entire line of 20000 000 bushels was about 20 cts For a long time it seemed a permanent advance was impossible but the bull pool held on and all at once came the report of scarcity war in the East increase and activity ii the flour business and consequent speculationMt Court The Advo cate saysHAbout 3000 catle on he market The quality with one or two exceptions was common Trade was fairly brisk and there was a good many buyers here wanting cattle but there was no stock to supply the demand April court will likewise see a big demand for cattle and we think our friends in the mountains who have cattle to sell will do well to bring them here for sale on that day The best iooolbs cattle sold at 425 but they were good lights weight steers at 375 to 4 year lings at 3 75 to 4 heifers at S10bulls3at the pens and the demand have taken 1000 to 1200 The demand for horses was and a good many sold Plugs 50 to 75 medium horses at 90 to 110 some good ones at 125 to 175 No fine horses sold Mules were in fair demand and FlierI shade higher than last court was a few r6 hand unties of gnod weight ojvuers were asking J2o reand buyers were offering 175 to 180 a fewsold r55 hand mules at 125 small mules at9S to 100 A good many sold during the tlayI Vaysteers at steerSs at 375cts sonie i20olb bulls at 260 15 7doft yearling steers bringing 3250 each Jn = t K4t K r JA 9 o IbIfirl +a w- I Ji 11 vL rY s4re osro fo r Q FORTH SPRING TRADE i j WE have just received our o new stock of Spring Goods Pwhich is the best and most s i complete assortment evertto town W iWE HAVE w You Want I M Come and examine our a notpt to 9 IIme r Rand see us get our prices W and you will be convinced that we are rig- htHOUKADAIVI SPhom 75 MT VERNON KY 701 J VtJVJV 1 rA L f 7 h J Pierpont Morgan has bougl t AUenham Abby a magnificent En glish estate and hereafter tike William Waldorf Astor he will ve abroad Mr Morgans son P Morgan Jr has come to America in order to equip himself the headship of the Morgan house and as soon as the young m ins business education is com pleied Mr Morgan will transfer him all his American interests thereafter he will de part for his new mansion in Herts DAILY TOURIST SLEEPERS S TO CALIFORNIA Iron Mountain Route operates Pullman Tourist Sleepers St Lewis to California leaving 830 a m daily via Little Rock Tex arkana Dallas Foit Worth and El Paso The Ideal Route to California Fast Schedule cheap Colonist rates in effet daily during months of March and April 1904 California and the Northwest Pullman tourist sleepers via Missouri Pacific Railway leave St Louis every Thursday 9 a in from Kansas City Wednesdays Thursdays and Fridays 630 p m going via Pueblo D R G sys tem through Glenwood Springs Salt Lake City to Ogden etc Homeseeker and Colonist rates to various points in the West and Southwest overy first and third Tuesdays each month For map folders descriptive literature rates etc consult nearest Ticket Agent of address R T G MATTHEWS TPA Room 301 Norton Bldg mar i8tf Louisville Ky T HE O LD R ETLI A B LE z DOCTpR ODG K INTERN V CHOLERA CRAMPS eiE5Q RODGERS MEPICINECGU CQVlNGTjON t IF your Druggists Have not go DR ROGERS RHEUMATIC 1tE IEl1k in stock we will send you tObottles by express charge prepaid foc100 Remember this REMEDY is guaranteed to cure1 Mention this paper when writing jw 9 P C += V Go Tot- l Cas C Davis t rtJtFOR t Urtgs HilcllldiSllCaiS ALSO I JL Complex Line of Pharmaceafcicals AND I iPHONECHAS C- WILLIS DAVIS Ph arm acistiMT VEUNOX KY r mi = GRIFFINPractical Undertkerand FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Ky Stock CompleteFINE HEARSE Attached Can u Metalic Caskets and have Embalming done on short noticerCome and see me anything I have not got can get for you on firs rain that leave the city OR DERS by wire Promptly Filled Phone No 6 J E4- t The World All Knows 3 RailwaytheWorlds Fair Line If you have a trip in view to Evansville St Louis or to any point in the West or Southwest ASK US FOR RATES And Ash Vs First If there are reduced rates in effect on account of special occasions Home Seekers or Colonists Excursions we have them E MWOMAOK G L GARRETT City Passenger Agent Traveling is gr Agt L J AgentLnuisville ifWORMS Ji jVERMIFUGES ttetl7QaIL for 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies t 8G XjX 33Y aX1 naVGoGoJSTS J br ++ JAMES F BALLARD St Louis ISold by CHAS C DA V c tj3 5opoaQQOh LION COFFEEWe are going to be more liberal than ever in 1904 to users of Lion Coffee Not only will the LionHeads cut from the packages be good as heretofore for the valuable premiums we have always given our customers but In Addition to the Regu af FiPremiums the same LionHeads will entitle you to estimates in our 5000000 GwI Prize Contests which will make some ot our patrons rich men and women You can sand hi as intiyt mates as desired There will he TWO GREAT OONTELTSIThe first contest will be on the July 4th attendance at the St I Vote For President to be cast Nov 8 1904 zUUCIClU in addition to this amount we will give a 4000000 the two and to make it still mare interesting I grand First Prize of 11080 Five LionHeads I cut from Lion Coffee Packages and a 2 cent stamp entitle you I in addition to the reg I ular free premiums one vote in I Ito contest WORLDS FAiR CONTEST What will be the total July 4th attendance at tb St Louis World FaIr At Chicago July the attendance wa Z373 For nearest correct estimates received in Voolsou psnys office Toledo Ohio on or before June we i1 give first prize for the nearest correct estimate second prize to tile next nearest etc etc as follows First Price S2COOOO Second Prize lOOOOO 2 Prizes S5OOOO each OOOOO 6 Prizes 20000 100000 10 Prizes 10000 100000 20 Prizes 5000 100000 6O Prizes 2000 100000 250 Prizes 1000 2GOOOO 1800 Prizes 6OO i OOOOO 2139 PRIZES VOTAL S2OOOOOO Distributed to S45000GOIn Qddltion whL shan give 85000L Grocers Clerks soe particulars in L16B GOFFEE cases making gra talofOUOOO9 COMPLETE DETAILED PARTiCULARS U1 EVERY PACKAGE OF i SPICE CO CONTEST DSPT TOLEDO While a murderer was being hung by a sheriffIfi Missouri Sat urda his former business partner who was charged with complicity in the crime was convicted by aI jury and given the death sentence ARE YOU A DYSPEPTIC If yOu are a dyspeptic you owe it to yourself and your friends to get well Py pepsia annoys the dyspeptics friends because his dis e use sours his disposition as well as his stomach Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will not only cure dyspepsia indigestion and sour stomach but this palatable reconstructive tonic digestant strengthen the whole Sdigestive apparatus and sweetens the life as well as the stomach When you take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure the food yon eat is enjoyed It is digested assimilated and its nutrient properties appropriated by tile blood and tissues and health is the result Sold at Chas C Davis drugstore Weekly CourierJournal Henry Watterson Editor TWELVE PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY A REVENUE REFORM SOCIAL REI OlUIlMORAL THE Issues the best ALMANAC published ii Send 35 cents for copy COURIER JOURNAL CO fr LOUISVILLE KY By a Special you can get the l1 Yemen AND TIE WEEKLY 0BOTII ONE YEAR Foil ONLY YEAR Arrangement 150 tTbis is for CASH SUBSCRIP J TIONS only All subscriptions under this combination offer must be sent through the SIGNAL office THIS iSA- PresidentaI Year AND YOU MUST POSTEDJ THE WAY TO DO THIS is TO READ THE to the one xvho is nearest correct OIl u im contests and thus your estimates have two cpportanitjcsof winning abig cash prize rect rfct for IWhat10 Prizes 100000 SO Prizes no 00 100000 Prises uo 100000 Prizes 1O 250000 1800 Prise 500 000000 2139 S20OOOOO 3 4219PfUZES4219the i a LION COFFEE J stoo a CourierJournal oa DillDo you know you owe me 10 hnrjrowed owe you an apology Isbould say you did Heres 25 cents Whats that Thats an apology for 10 GOOD FOR CHII4DREN The pleasant pleasant to take and harmless One Minute Cough Cure gives immediate relief in cases of cough croup and LaGrippe because it does not immediately into the stomach but takes effect right at the seat of the trouble It draws out the iuflamation heals and soothes and cures permanent by enabliug the lungs to contribute pure lifegiving and lifesustaining oxygen to the blood and issues One Minute Cough is pleas ant to take and it is good alike for young and old at Chas C Davis drugstore THE cHI N n nsx YOUR ST LOUIS ROUNDTRIP RATES FROM LOUISVILLE ON ACCOUNT OF TH- EWORLDS FAIR Season Tickets 1300 Sold Daily Commencing Apr 25 LimitDecember 15 904 0 Sixty Day Tickets 1100 Sold Daily Commencing Apr 25 Limit 60 days 0 Ten Day Tickets 1000 Sold Daily Commencing Apr 25 Limitio days including date of sale- o Special Coach Excursions 700 Dates Sale to announced later Limit6 days including date of sale 0 Coach Excursion Tickets are not good in Sleepers neither will they be good for the checking baggage FOR COMFORT FOR SERVICE II YOUR TICKET RTiADS OVER THE POPULAR HENDERSON YOU ARE iSTCertainly Well Fortified ASK USaGeo L Garrett Tray PassrAgt AgtiLouis VIITE KY Printed blanks to g vote on found in m every Lion Coffee Pad m age The 2 cent stamp J covers the expense of acknowledgment to you tnat your Pi timateis recorded I 1OOOO 250 PRIZES TOTAL Putilicaggrogating ViS to WOOLSON COURIERJOURNAL Signal KEEP for all pass Cure Sold ROUTEHABIT TRIP be of r our es to cI New Article VGiinme de ole lime ligion exclaimed Brothe Notacent Dont de new kind suit you No It takes tip so many collec tions I des cant pay house rent BOBBED THE GRAVE A startling incident is narrated by John Oliver of Philadelphia a fol1owscI was in an awful consI dition My skin was almost yel low eyes sunken tongue coated pain continually in back and sides no appetite growing weaker day by day Three phjsicians had given me up Then I was advised to use Electric Bitters to my great joy the first bottle made a decided improvement I continued their use for three weeks and am now a well man 1 know they robbed the grave of another victim No one should fail to try them Only 50 guaranteed at all druggists A young Englishman was being driven past a promising looking Irish bog the other day and inqu ted of his jarvey if there were any snipe in itlIs it shnipe sorr a the reply Shure and if yez wint in widont a gun theyd ate yea Your iieart May Be Weak One Person in Four Has a WeaK Heart One of the surest sjns of a weak heart is shortness of breath after exercise Your heart Is not able to pump the blood fast enough to your lungs Some of the other symptoms of Heart Trouble are Pains In the Side Hack and Shoulder Fainting or Wreak Spells IDry Cough Swelling of Feet and Ankles Cold Feet or Hands No one can afford to allow a weak heart to go without medicine because weak heart means poor circulation and poor circulation means weak lungs stomach liver kidneys etc If therefore you suspect heart trouble begin taking Dr Miles New Heart Cure The Heart Cure do you good as it Is a splendid tonic for the blood and nerves and will revitalize your entire system Finally remember Dr Miles New Heart Cure is sold under a guarantee that tIm first bottle will do you good If it doesnt your money back- I was afflicted with heart trouble for three years I would be apparently nil right and without a moments warning would fall as though shot The attacks POSII bo attacluil and whether would survive them I consulted and was treated by some of the most eminent physicians of tho state Not finding re this source I began taking Dr Miles New Hea t Cure and began to Improve at once I used ten bottles which entirely cured me as I leave not had an attack for five earsrInsJOHN PRESBACK telpsic FREE Write to us for Free TrizI Packaee of Dr Miles Anti rain Pills7the New Scientific Remedy Symptom Blank Our Specialist Will diagnose your case tell you what Is wrong and how to right It Free DR MILKS MEDICAL CO LABORATORIES ELKHART IND r iaJs W A 1EDtI Loimviilf March 2 STlie unique will ever proVrtttd in this citli is that ofC M Strader a form er resident of Louisville who died in Philadelphia The vill directs that after his death his body shall he cremated and the ashes placed in a vessel and brought to this Hty and then scattered on the waters ofu the Ohio r crIThe will Humphrey Stader of 2436 Cypress street ihis city a nephew of the dead man be appointed to carry- oUt the provisions of the will The ceremony will take place on the Big Four bridge at midnight March 31 About a dozen friends have been invited to witness the strange ceremony Mr Htrader was a colonel in the confederate army during the civil war Hews an infidel =Mother I dont hear the canary sinking this morning Nannie Is he in a good humor NannieNo mamma I think hes in a pe- tllotherYou do Nannie Yes the Persian cat swallowed him AscumWhat do you want with- a safety Iin- Farsyteto fix my suspenders be so stingy IAcumDont yourself new Forsyte I hate to its getting so near Christmas I always get at least four pairs then IMANAGER WANTED or gentleman to manage business in this county and aljoining territory for wen and favorably known house ot 2000Ipaid each Monday by from headquarters Expenst pertComo o Same Tatelandy dy reclect how Henry Wiggins used to play marhles all the time when he was a little feller Goodness yes He used to play marlKs on our corner and he actually shot marbles againt our brick house that he worea hole through the wan and would have the audacity to come in and rake his marbles outeu the ashes in the he haint got over his hankcrin after em yit this pee in the paper bout millionaire Hen ry Wiggins house has one of the finest c lections or Italian marbles in the hull world WANTED Special Representative in this county and adjoining territories to represent and advertise an old estalished business house of solid financial standing Salary 21 weekly with expenses advanced each Monday by check direct from headquarters Aorse and buggy furnished when necessary positioi permanent Address Blew Broth ers 600 Monon Bldg Chicago III Hustle While You Vait AH things come to him who waits But that is merely stating One feature of the caseyouve got To hustle while youre wa- itingLVR TROUBLES I find Thed fords BlackDraught f eood medicine for her disease It cured my on after he had spnt with doctors It is all tao icine I takeMRS tAKOLINE MARTIN Parkersburg Va If your liver does not act reg ularly go to your druggist and secure a package ofl1 edforls UlackPratiffht and take a dose toni1it This great family constipatedhowels and causes a healthy secretion of bile Thedfords BlackDraught- will cleanse im purities anti strengthen the kid neys A torpid liver invites colds biliousness chills and fever and all manner of sick ness andcontagion Weak neys result iu Brights disease which claims as many victims as consumption A 25sent package of Thedfords Black kepttimeI used Thedfords mack Draught for liver aud kdney corn plaint and found nothing to excel it WILLIAM COFFMAK M- arTI1EDFOL1r blehead S BLACK DRAUGHT f k i tirlIioirII1Imlkl iltl II 1 11fgctaI isimitatin1 przpnrliiOlrQU tin the iontheerrull1ncss IvNdJc1wzLpI7riLzjcz4st IIJ5jmin b1JAperfccl Remedy forCenslipn l rion Worms Con ulsions Feverish l ness ami Loss OF SjLEEtt Facsimile Signature of ljIt- WRAPPER t CATORIAPor The Kind You Have- Always Bought Bears the Signature of 1 ii1 Vii Use OverI C ASTORII 0eo FRENCH LICK nd- WEST BADEN Springs In the highlands of Indianaa two hours ride from Louisville there flow wonderful healing waters that youd spend hundreds of dollars to enjoy if they were in Europe- A recent visitor from Philadelphia who formerly went to Carlsbad every year said I do not see why anyone goes to Europe for medicinal waters The water is as beneficial and tile scenery and surrounding country the air and the oppor tunities for recreation are better the hotels and all accommodations are much finer at French LickWest Baden Springs and this gentleman is a native of Switzerland The splendid wooded hills with the coo invigorating air of these highlands where one can er joy rambles in the depths of the forest or rides anti drives among the numerous bridle paths and roadways afford pleasure for those who desire rest and quiet white at the splendid and pxileratinjj casinos one can have all the entertain mont social pleasure possible at the most fashionable resorts ON THE rv10NON ROUTE For booklets tolling all about the woters Hotel Hates and full information write E H BACON DJP A Louisville Ky e i i ti1eJ1 ii BAi I 6 Ii 1m aInstantF3 Relieved Quickly Curedt i By the use of i paracampilA I Reduces the Swelling Removes all Soreness Stops the Burning Draws out Fever and Inflammation Prevents Bad Odor Stimulates the Circulation Keeps the Feet Warm and Comfortable Ii Policemen Moformen t Conductors Clerks I and all those who are on their feet a great deal should always keep a bottle of PARACAMPH in their homes for use at night Gives Instant Relief to Corns Bunions and Frost Bites We Guarsntee every bottle to do II Wliat ore claim for it If it fails your money will be refunded 25 cents 50 csnts and 100 bottles At All Good Druggists c kt For sale bv MTeVERiO DRUG CO 1WYNiZ6TRsws ACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLSSI Its not sentiment that maestht most successful shots shoot Winchester Factory Loaded Shells Its the re suits they give Its their entire reliability evenness of pattern and uniform shooting Winchester 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 youllbe well pleased They are THE SHELLS THE CHAMPIONS SHOOT u j THE B1NK OF lT VERNON MT VERNON KY iOPENED 1900 t CAPITAL STOCK 15000 C C WILLIAMS PRES JAS T A1DAMS VICEPRES- W L RICHARDS CASHIER A B FURNisI AsST AsH DIRECTORSC C Williams Geo Livesay A T Fish S H Martin Rod Perry J E Houk We solicit accounts of firms and individuals Caretul atten lion is given collections entrusted to us Our friends and patrons are invited to call when in town Phone No 55 C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY BirOFFICE On 2rcl floor of Tin Bank of Ml Vernon on Church street Special attention given to 80 M L MYERS IFICEAt PHONE No every Will be in EntbctlmerDentist Tc hoc U IComDlete IIRobesOld IS by Telephone attend ed promptly Stanford Ky The VERANDA HOTEL JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR Stanford EyISpecially equipped men Sample room on first floor Bathrooms free to guests RATES 200 jer day Fowler 5 Albright BRODHEAD KY MANUFACTURERS O- FTombstones and- MonumentsLL kinds of marble and granite CuttersI27 W M Francisco MONUMENTAL WORKS Brodhead Ky Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones ALL WORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVEN Frifh TlofeTBR- ODHEAD KY GEORGE JETER PROP Headquarters for Traveling Men Good Sample Room Livery Attached The patronage of Rockcastle citizens specially desired Miller House MILLER PROPRIETOR IHUGH Men for at all trainsa MT VERNON DIRECTORY COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURT Fourth Mon day in each month- QUARTERLY COURT Fiist Mon day in each month CIRCUIT COURT Second Monday in February Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in Sep VEKNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month CHURCHES Services st the Christiau Church Preach inglst3r1 Sundu s at aim and at 730 p ltntlayQchooI930 a m every Sunday MeetillgEvery1hursday130pmThl all services on the 4th sunday morning and evening Baptist Church Services on the Third bturday night and Sunday Sunday School at 9 a every Sunday Prayer meting on Tuesday nights ICImeets 2nd Mon MT VERNON R CHAPTER No 14011 EETS every SECOND MONDAY 1at2pm MACCABEES OT TENT No meets every is and 3rd Monday at 730 p JASEHOUKCoa CHASsC DAVIS E K I