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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i f = tsta blis hd- i887 rt VOLUME XVII MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY APRIL 8 1904 = UMBER ILEGISLATURE These Arc The Bills Which Origi uated in The House R B Bradley attending registration to sixth class towns and providing for certificates thereof W C Clark repealing exem lion of 50 wages except for board raiment or hotiserent for family M C Champion providing recording ofall fiduciary settle ments in a book for the purpose C C Spalding appropriating 75000 for Worlds Fair J C Summers providing th each big of fertilizer be tagge with date of inspection weight an ingredientsCarl prohibiting coeducation of rage affects only Iterea College T E Butler appropriating 26 cents of Sheriffs revenue instead of 22j to increase school term to six months- J W Day ceding laud at Ovv ensboro to U S Government for public building merIcbantsfore they can dispose of stock in bulkPaul Hefliug defining due dill gence in collecting checks and draftsL Johnson appropriating t 000000 for new State capitol J P Edwards giving stenographer of Louisville police court two months vacation with pay Same requiring official steno g raphers of Jefferson circuit court toreport all cases and providing a salary of 2500 Same Louisville Ripper Bill H P M Dad risin per cipit u the Confederate Home from 125 to 175 and admitting aged wives of veterans Same authorizing consolidation at Louisville of Polrtechnic and Carnegie libraries Same appropriating 57000 for improvement at Confederate Home II D Newcomb providing th school fund shall be pro rated sixths in order to meet extension of spool term J Edwards authorizing Jefferson fiscal court to increase treasurers pay from 1000 to 2500 S W Adams correcting law as to taverns which would seem lo admit the keeper to sell several kinds of liquors under one licens Same permitting town councils to employ sheriffs to collect municipal tax 9 J M Al person fixing penalty for vagrancy at 10 or 30 days for SUbst1quentR W Miller providing con demnation of passway through private property Same making it a felory to bribe or attempt to bribe a member of the Legislature Same making annual appropria tion of 15000 for Kentucky Childrens Home Society at Louisville l 1IoUII lertla F A Loc lirey requiring lhcry- stable kvenirs to keep a record the vehicles used and to obtain signatures of those using them and how long they propose to do so Same increasing salaries clerks of judges of the court of ap t2aopT 11 Sharp providing how peace officers may collect reward J A McCain creating embalm ing board and requiring license fo embalmers G W Weathers providing that- t towns of sixth class lying in two bellallowing the State Treasurer 1500 annual for additional clerk Same increasing fine ofroad overseer to 825 for a failure to perform duties R S Hearne increasing clerk hire in insurance office to 500 a year J W Day authorizing cltauta qua assemblies to have private po licernen Same authorizing boards of edu cition in third class cities to fix salary of secretary of board Duby Hargrove providing that- hunters from another State sha pay the same fee in Kentucky as is charged in the State front which they conic H K Bourne providing th5t- the county board of health shall- consist ot three doctors appointed by State board of health one man by the fiscal court with the county judge as ex officio II K Bourne authorizing chi justice to make settlinent with r Pcake if governor should fail- to conic to agreement R H BradY ping penitentiary guard pay from Soto i51 Thomas Drewry carrying irJO effect amendments to constitution permitting to change- their mode of taxation prixatt thbe es court Thomas Diewry providing for pension fund for aged and or their families in Louisville unlawIfulcials to certify to any abstract of titles of land where such lands a io the actual possessions of anoth than the person or the corporation shown to be the owner by sold abstract or certificate S W Adams mating the circu clerk instead of the sheriff in conji ties having cities of the secoS- class the chairman of the count- board of election commissioners R W Miller 2 500 for a monument at the first General Assembly of Kentucky met and the of organizedI H R Lawrence appropriating 75000 for at hej Hopkinsville Insane Asylum W F Klair providing for the appointment of truant officers in nl theehtks of the iiist ernntJ tliinl and fourth classes to compell the attendance at school of children between the ages of 7 and 14 years of J M Alverson making it a felo deadlyII and squirrels be tween September 15 and November 15 ofeachar rj Same prohibiting the sale or turkeysI of State insane asylums to hospit alsIE K Renaker requring that the records of the survey made by the county surveyors shall he served preI Luby Hargrove providing that the session of circuit court in Ful ton county shall alternate between Fulton which is the largest town and Hickman the county seat thatuthen copies of the Kentucky ports in any county court house are burned or destroyed they shall he replaced by the State and paid for out of the Librarial1I uryH K Bourne reducing from 2 Slierlliffs for advert sing the delinquent tax list Chris Mueller permitting public officers in Louisville and Jefferson county to close at i oclock every Saturday during the year J C OConnor authorizing per sous to establish public ware houses for the transaction ofan oil ware authjorizinR g anIlaw just as other public warehouses are conducted S C Black extending the powers of the State Dental Association by authorizing them to require an examination of any and all applicants shall pay a small fee for th examinationR so amending the State pharmacy laws as to re quire venders of pa e it medicines to pay a license of 50 R B Bradley 66138 for at tlt State Penitentiaries tinreincaeasere Jenf patrols or policemen- G W Caudill creating the 3t5 t oitand Floyd T E Butler changing from six to five the number of members of the board of trustees in each com mon school district in order that there may not be a tie vote- R W Miller changing time for holding courts in the Madison county circuit court district Eli H Brown providing that county clerks shall be paid two cents for each name recorded in Ithe school census and that back lOur Spring Buyers I EASTER Passed Springy is Here SuitingsIdfc 1f And you are looking for in the line of FurnishingsvV S POSSIBLE I Ir thieves0r Commissioners municipalities infirm- policemen appropriating Boonesboru- wbere Commonwealth improvement appropriating improvements Has and anything OM E and se us examine our stock and get prices Dont take others I word but come and see for yourself The leader in their line JC HOCKERCOy LIVINGSTON KYi e pay shall he allowed for such its dining the yeah 1902 an JI 1903 Vetoed by the Governor H K Bourne changing th time of holding courts in the cat ous counties of the 12 district S D Cochran providing in de tail the manner in whir h common school districts may he esablished on county lines theIproceedings in the courts for the condemnation of laud for purposIleJ P Edwards authorizing tJeI Jefferson fiscal cotnt to levy a taxi for the purposeof building a State Guard armory H D Ne comb repealing license imposed on dealers in minj eral water by the general act of the last session of the legis latureF A Lochrey providing that liuslees of sixth class towns shall have authority to contract for water and lights to purchase or lease real estate for municipal purposes and may rent to any persons the towns water front fora term of six years W D Claybrooke reassigning the cities and towns of the State to the classes to Which they belong UniItedbout West Point in Hardin county for government military post in the event of tHe selection of that cite by the U S government- H R Lawrence authorizing the county judge to direct in his discretion that any wet lands in the county be drained the expense to be borne by the county J W Day repealing the license tax on the tobacco manufactured soinE E Winn providing thdtthej maIterialnec class towns to levy a tax of 75 cts hitethe purposes present law for public school H R Lawrence changing the Thirsd Judicial district including the counties of Trigg Calloway Christian ineauthorizing the filing in of broken sets of Ken lucky reports in the offices of circuit county and Federal cour clerks at the expense of the State R W Miller empowering fotrrt class cities to separate the management of their public school J J C Howard making a slight change in the line between the counties of Clay and Laurel Harry Williams authorizing sixth class towns to increase the school tax from 50 to 65 Cents M C Champion legalizing tin custom of distillers in making thei reports to the State auditor on Sep i st instead of on Sept isth as the old law proidedIty s tillers who under the present lawI can pay only to the sheriff Approo ed by the governor- W J Worthington providing that where there is no qualified constable in a town of the sixth class the town marshal will perform his duties A GREAT SENSATION There was a big sensation in Leesville Indiana when W Brown of that place who was pected to die had his life saved b Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption He writeshI insufferable agonies from Asthm- but your New Discovery gave immediate relief and soon then- after effected a consumptioIn r numerous remedy for all throat and lung troubles Price Soc and 100 Guaranteed by all druggists Trial bottles fre just WriggleRemembers- aid the man with fhe red face and angry eyesthe worm will turn Well answered the coldblood ed citizen let him About all the comfort the average worm gets is a chance to wriggle II roJ tl 1 Iet J Comingrft Ili20 per centI 20 percent AL CLOTHING IBestkinds best md ftat Hoek Bottom Prices Dont bcfltcJYours for L H Livingston BIIODHEADB- rodheadis to have a new schoolhouse Mrs J R Cass is with Mr Cass tat Crab Orchard this week Win Carson has been doing me painting for R S Misses Hedie Sayers ng11utwith liomefolks The peach crop seems to he damaged considerably but we hope they are not all killed Misses Susie and Lydia Hilton HiltonIMrs Bessie of Liv gston was the guest of Mrs 521d lie Magee Saturday until Monday Hiattlwere shopst onhhas beeu no news from Brodhead for a few weeksItiles sou Bud who went to indian Territory z short time ago returnd to their oldhome at Brodhead tajthe Deputy sheriff brought Mat Georgiarhead for a few days Sam Purcell of Crab Orch1 IIMrs last week of measles and The deceased was a daughter of Jeff Coffey of this coun and wife of Sam Purcell brother Joe and John Purcell of this neighborhood GOOD FOR CHILDRENT andllharmlessgives immediate relief in all cases ofcough croup and because it does not pass immediately IiHhealsycures permanentlj by enabling the lungs to contribute lifesustaininfa tissuesmepleaseant to t and good alike for young and old Sold at Chas C Davis drugstore A Wish want to be so rich gea or re Will wish and wish that they were so I want to be so rich I do In good substantial cash gadzooks That I can build a And books fill its libareeI Fft Publish Evr y Friday I U Cut on all Shoes I Cut on all Hats 1 STAPLE FANCY GHOCEl bargain DA VIS Ky Martit1I Browning LaGrippe blooming HLATT Mrs Per Riggsby is seriously ill A C Hiatt made a business trip to Mt Vernon Monday GeorgefMoore is the proud fatherIMrs Cash Hiatt who has been ill for some weeks is out again The child of J H Singleton died last week of pneumonia fever J F Adams sold to George W Frith one work horse at a fair price Mr Nathan Welsh the grocery than was in our little town Tues Iday Mr and Mrs Elijah Owens enI tertained number of friends Sun jhiays ago to visit her sister at Cor bin weIji very improv ed Walter Boyd has gore to Reading Ohio where he will find employ men tIJ M Cress bought of various parties here a nice bunch of hogs at 4 cents Mrs John Wise of Cincinali is t the bedside of her sister Mrs Homer Chestnut was in Brodj head Monday having some dental work done J C McCiary of Stanford spent Saturday until Sunday with the family of A K McClary Ben Doil and wife of Copperi creek were the guests grandmother Mrs Mary Duvall Sunday J M Cress and wife also Mas ter Joe were the pleasant guests of relatives here from Saturday until hsn Louisville attending Massy Business College for some months returned home Saturday Cecil McClarysold to Leslie Harber of Preachersville a com bined saddle and harness mare fo the consideration of 135 MOl1liePhelpss Sunday and were united in the holy bonds of matrimony The groom is one of our hes young men and the bride is beautiful and worthy young lady They will make their home with his fatheriMrs W G Capps who has been quite low for some time was moved to hr fathers Sunday where it is hoped her condition will be improved Hutch Sargent and wife left a short time ago for Cincinnati where they will make their future home They were accompanied by their sister Miss Ina Sargent On Sunday 2 ist our community was shocked by the death of Mrs is Hilton after an illness of only n few hours The remains were in tered in the Oak Hill cemetry Mr Hilton and family have have 01 recently moved from Harlan count to our vicinity and our people deeply sympatize with him in the Io of his wife The remains c Mrs Sutra PnrceH who died at the home of her daugh ter near Preachersxille of pneinno nia were brought here Saturday and intered in the family burying ground Mr and Mrs Purcell re sided here until one year ago when they moved to Crab Orchard Tlrey ave nianj friends here who ympathy is with the bereaved ones Mrs W M Hysinger whose ill mess has been repotted through this column died Tuesday 29th She had been constantly growing worse for some time andat n oclock p m the spark of life was extinguished and her spirit was born to a better world The neral services were conducted by Rev Phelps at the home after which the remains were intend in the family burying ground She was all that goes to compose a model lady aud a Christian charac ter and her loss will be deeply felt y our community The family have our sympathy REPORT OF THE BRODHEAD SCHOOL Taught by Miss Tlmnn and For The Month Ending March 29 Licla Hilton 94 ClCdc Cass Sa Bettie Hicks 97 Ethel Hilton 96 Lizzie Cable 96 George Yaden 79 Urban Cass 82 Clyde Watson 97 Francis Forbs 96 Katie Cass Eva Hilton Etta Ca S4VernjJarrett 9r Owen Cass 89 Brack Durham 89 Earl Tharp 92 W51 ard Hilton 82 James B Frith 76 Lucy Rash 88 Monroe Francisco So Ermie Tharp 85 Vic Francisco 82 Gertrude Martin 83 Maud 17rBlanch Crawford 77 A CURE FOR HEADACHE Any man woman or child suffer ing from headache billiqusness or a dull drowsy feeling should take Earlyamot g famous little pills are famous because they are a tonicas w Has a pill While they cleanse the system they strengthen and rebuild it by their tonic effect upon the liver and bowels Sold by Chas C Davis the druggist grassI r zjI MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY APRIL 8 1904 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR I Advertising rules made known o application ic HON D L MOORE 4 frirer county a candidate for Con cress in the Eighth district to succeed iHlieit snbjeet to the action of the Democratic party Your support is earnestly solicited OUR love for the party if noth lug else would prevent our abuse of a man who has done as much for democracy as Mr Hearst has By work and means the gentleman in question has supported the party and its candidates and coming at a time when both were greatly needed his help should be appre ciated the more In Bryans campaign Mr Hearsts contributions exceeded 250000 to say nothing of the great service rendered by half dozen or so democratic darn JournalSoInterior much so good Brer Walton but on the oth ei hand how many other go democrats did the very same thing according to their ability and do that make them suitable candidat- for the great office of President We are willing to give Mr Hea credit for rall he deserves and extend to lout our hand of coi gratulation for whit he has do for the party ItI Andrew Carnegie said to ha sent word to President Roosevelt that not to worn about money for his campaign It is stated that Mr Carnegie has announced t he will offset any tightening o Wall streets purse strings bj con tributing half a million dollars a million if necessary to aid t Republican candidate for the presidency We suppose this is just a cont u nice of the charity work Mr Carnegie is doing A GREAT discovery is announced which promises to be of immense benefit to the South Cotton stalks heretofore thrown away can le manufactured into fine linen paper alcohol celluloid smokeless pow der fertilizers and many fabrics A large establishment for the con version is to be established at Houston Texas- SlCRETARV TAPT says it is our idea to get capital to the Philip pines without giving up evety thing But it is the idea American promoters to get everything from the Philippines with giving up capital Judge Alton B Parker of New York seems to he the probable Democratic nominee for President His past record shows him to be a winner and that is the kind man we want in November SCRAPS 0 JET On Both Counts Father Jim my what did your teacher keep you in forJimmy Aw conduct an igner unceSpectacularAre yowl enj ing Dante Miss Skitters Oh yes professor parts of remind me so muchof Mardi Gras l Disguises We Run IotoPau line Somebody says that clever people are such fools Psnelopeyes and fools are ofat ten such clever people Unfortunate Dont despair my roan Theres a place for everyone in the word Yes lad but dares always some other blamed guy in it They All Do It Soon Johnny will go swimming- In some deep shaded pool And tell his anxious mamma i That he was kept in school ClientIs there a cause so bad or an individual so infamous that beobtainer d Lawyer B thoughtfully I can d IIbeenCheckmatedGranmaErnes t den dont you think it rather ex travagant of you to eat butter with that delicious jam ErnestNo granma its eco nominal same piece oC bread do for both r a sketchy little thing IUnder by Jones there hangs a theIscript Take an ax The Goddess of Liberty on the- o American coin uttered a hasty ex clamation thusly My laud Panamamninnext Whereat the Georfe Wash ington on the twocent stamp con tinued to smile inanel IPossible ExplanationIn the course of time said the captain of the ocean liner the sea casts up everything it swallows Due to seasickness I suppose remarked the passenger who been agaiiut it himself ILocatedl have often wonder backing up to the fireplace what becomes of all the hair the barter cuts your head Well I never did replied the nervy boarder helping himself tot1 another piece of fudge All cuts off ofmine usually goes do my neck isNeeded Inventions A seedless prune A frostless peach cropA strapless street car hendegg s cheese backless winterA wireless pit piecelees hatmule EstA voiceless whistleA horul thehornA sinless cinchA g edge Christian Also continued the port y lady who was delivering a lectuie ton the duties of a model wife hc fore the womans clubwe should always greet our husbands with a kiss when they come home Now Itwi11 one of my auditors tell the underlying principle of this A stern cold woman arises in the rrear of the audience and says Its ifjIllan Tarn said Sandy t cattle man to his friend the other Sunday Ubut ye aye learn some yedAy Sandy returned Tarn HAnd what did ye learn the day Weel answered Sendy that minister felt us that day that So H and Gomorrah were cities o the plain and dye ken Tam I lye thought they were mar and wife Hadnt Missed itAn old neg was taken ill and called in a pliy sician of his race to prescribe for him But the old man did ofcent to get better and finally a white doctor was summoned Sol todarkyeys pulse for a moment and then examined his tongue Did the doctor take your temp erature I dont know sah the patient answered freely I haint miss anything but my watch She Cost Him DearA lady meeting her gardener in the grounds said to him Sandy I am surprised you do not marry You have got a free house coal and gas also a weekly wage of thirty shil ings so I think all you want to complete your happiness is a wife And to lend weight toher argument she added Adam who was ythe first gardener was given a itTrue fe yes mum replied Sandy but he hadnt her long till he lost his jolt CRAB ORCHARD Miss Dissie Albright is visiti Lebanon Junction EllaStewart a colored girl di here on the 4th inst Miss Annie Bronaughvisited ii Lancaster a few days since Jimmie T Roberts of Gum Sul phurwas in town last Sunday Miss Ernie Menefee called onI Mrs Kelly at Mr Ike Herrons last Sunday Several of our young ladies with their fellows attended Easter ser vices at the Catholic church Otten heist Mrs D C Payne Jell said hurt her hand and arm about twoThe mouths since and has not been sinceI our clever Crab Orchard photographer has gone to missbisIamong us iDr Philips who has been a- lestending the Medical College at Louisville was ai home with hia J wife and children last Sunday Mrs Ljit Carter visited 1ItcrI aturdylScorrespondent and we had a pleas ant chat about the olden times The members of the Christian Jhurch held an auction last Saint lay afternoon here and hunt 2000 They are 5tTIIg Ibly to rebuild their chore was destroyed by the stark DiedOuthe first day of April Mrs Matilda Purcell She had been sick only a short time wit measles She leaves a husband two daughters and several grand children with whom we sympathize lr Purcell was a pupil ofmi adn the Jays of long ago when I was caching my first school at old Oak dill in Rockcastle county S vas then a bright blue eyed love itlle girl and her husband and I yeaorS before May He who tempers ti wind to the shorn lamb strengthen id uphold all the dear ones at readyewnwhn the summons shallcome to meet the loved one gone before Miss Myrtle Wells one of o bright girls graduated in the common school branches and h her diploma of which she is justly proud She is only 15 years od and has never left home to atte school which goes to show th- ss children can learn at home as tv as to go off to boarding school I dont see the use in children be scholtol can as t better at home Our common school system is getting better about two months more addded the school year anti let parents cooperate with teaciers and hire firstclass teachers I have firstclass teachors th did not have a firstclass certificate send their children regularly to siiool irste of sending them aWl from home where they study Igor 20 differ ent branches and finish up and come home a full fledged graduate ahelid on schoolmates as though they were pooreyou go ngl school as I didwhn at the same diode they couldnt get a 3rd class certificate W1LL1A3ISBURU Judge J B Fish has a position in the First Irrational Bank at place roIii John H Wilson of Bar vile was here on basin several days last week rotU S Dittrit Attorney R D Hill of Louisville is here visiting Ithe family of his soninlaw J E heTerry A W Hawks the laughing philosopher will lecture at the court house April 12th for the benefit of the Methodist church at this placed Preparations are being made to have several new brick buildings erected here during the summ and fall Choice lots are bringing fancy prices and our town is build ling up in a substantial manner W B Myers of Pineville is spending this week in our tot watching the queen city of t mountains grow He was a former citizen of this place and is thin ing of moving back here if he can find day property for sale Inoxville has come to the front with a new magazine under the significant name Lift and Letters which would be a credit any Eastern city The illustra ins and reading matter are first onnRly at id should be well supported edAfter this week The While y News will be no more Having nought the outfit or Tae Williams Viurg Times 4the editor of Tt News will take charge of The Times and run only one paper which will be in the name of the oldest or first paper ever published here The Williamsburg Times E1d J W McGarvcys sermo at the Christian church here day will be long remembered all who heard them He is The Grand Old Man of The Church Gladstone of true religio He has written many books and commentaries Hiswork entitled Lamb of the Bible is one bf the interestingi hasSever been written 1A Korean woman has no name How about the Korean ladies that re wives in name only THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Iissson in the International Series for April 10 1904 Peter Con stlic Christ THE nfcSSON TEXT Mark 82738 And Jesus went out and His disciples into the towns of Caesarea PhilippI and by unItoprophetsh unto them Rut whom ansxeretth 0 And He charged them that they should tell no man of Him And He began to teach them that the anitpriests and scribes and be killed and after three trays rise again And He spate that saying openly And Peter took Him and began to rebuke Him But when He had turned about and Peternthou savorest not the things that be of God but the things that be of men And when He had caned the alsohCandlroe Ti For whosoever will save his life It but whosoever shall loie his life for my salie and the Gospels the same steal 1te what shall profit a man if h shall gain the whole world and lose his sould stall a man glee in exchange for his soul Whosoever therefore shall be ashamed of me and of my words in this adulterous and sinful generation of him also shaK the Son of Man be ashamed when he cometh in the glory of His Father with- r the holy angels GOLDEN TKXT Thou art the Christ the Son of the living God Matt OUTLINE OF SCniPTURE LESSON- Feeding of Four Thousand Mark 81 II Pharisees etc Demanding a Sign Mark 811 Warning Against Leaven of Pharisees S131dPeters Confession Mark S27r ItRead also Matt 1532 and Luke a reTIME Late summer D AVelllnto the last year of Jesus life PLACE On the way between Galilee ard the region of Caesarea PMIippl NOTES AND COMMENTS- r Who do men say that am The question shows that Jesus had been thinking of His past ministry and its rN suits He had come to the conclusion tothat He was pracically without reliable outside the disciple circle and that conviction is the key to all that fol lows in this memorable scene Bruce llHe knew that all the better classes He J1wthat the common pe 0I pie felt kindly toward Him were glad to eat of His bread and be healed of their didfnot so And how about the Twelve He believed it was different with them but at any rate the time had come to tall all over with them and so He asks the question John the Baptist So Herod Mark fi 14 Iaijsh1Ialachi 5 had preached that he mould return One oldih prophets Matthew adds ice But notice that io one so mc h j2S hints that anyone believed lesiw to 1Himenough But who say ye that am With the emphasis onThigh of the im portance of the answer to Jesus Peter answereih We are not surprised it was like him Thou are the Christ Christ in Greek Messiah Hebrew boil mean Anointed Tell no man The announcement would have been under cisstood to refer to the Messiah of popular expectation and of course would have made trouble The Son of man must suffer abinehad to do His work at such cost to Him Iself and then be cut off by a violent deaf m very midst of it was almost un thinkable to them Spoke the sa openly He wanted the disciples to orIman for all Get thee behind me Satau The words Jesus is said to have used in the wilderness temptation In both cases He was putting down real temptation Satan figurative in both Thou mindesf not the things of God Pet was tempting Jesus to avoid death avoiding d ut was thinkingof Messiahs viewerany come me That is become my follower Let him saleOfdenr1ing up his cross There cnn be no reserve servibce it must be donethat is if one wouH be wcuiksave The person that is niggardly of himsElf his energies his service for others or refuses to put them to worthy uses wastes them That life is as good as lost Shall save it Not shall escape death but shall make life worth living galtoa When he cometh Taken by some as eIturnscribing the wonderful coming of the winning Spirit of Jesus into the world Rams Rom The obedience of the BlastsIheart of alt obedience leThe standard of cash is not the- standard of the kingdom A mans title to Heaven does not depend oiThis titles on earth Doing good to mete is the best way of singing Glory to God It is no use being fervent in spirit ifIyou are not fair in business nsThe man who makes others live In a sty is the worst hog of all thebyThe Easter rabbit humbly begs Till notice of his lay He brings the children speckld eggs And hens arestthey say tl UAi 7 The sick in this section are iu proving slowly John Stringer rioght of James Sowder a mare for 55 People are very busy plowing IbOAiug oats s c in this neighbor hood Joe Brown and Logan Hasty sold 25t11 o IK shoats It jr Mr and Mrs 1V B winy left Sunday for Livingston after jrTcrrel of Madison bought of P H Shntts 5 goo IK steers at 40 3 of L B Brown for 50 and a cow of Squire Cummins for 20 There is more CvTAKItH in this ration 1of tie country Ilin all other diseases put together and mail the last tears was supposed to be intitnible Fora great n any years doctors pronounced it a loid disease anrlllescliherllnalrcrlltflie and by win tlcatmentlpronounced en catarrh to be a cniistitutioail disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufacttircd by f1 Cheney S Co Toledo Ohio is the only constitutional cure on the market It taken internally in doses from drops to teaspoonful It acts din ctlp on the Moo it mucous surfaces of tin system Tliej tiler one hundred dollars fur case it fail to cure Siid for circua sand testiino ials Address F J CHENEY CO TolcJo 0 Slrllyall Drusirist iicis Halls family Pills arc the lies 4ersWhen the nerves are weak everything goes wrong You easilydiscouraged I irritable Your cheeks are SarsapariUal pale and your blood is thin- Your doctor says you are t threatened with a nervous breakdown He orders this grand old family medicine p FormnreSUu9Jrmni a rsap rilliinniy firiily It urxn rIg at all times u1 a wi iIri iniiiuiuu far epore bloJID e r trees a bottl j o IAWll vi tlrlllliIfor We kNcrves 1 AyersPiUs Commissioners Sale ROCKCASTLE CIRCiTIT COURT Icot Mcffuiip Guardian PIIT sNotice Sale Sf DcttwneI virtue of a judgment and order of sale of thii Uockeastle Circuit Court rendered therein at the Feh term there of lilts in the above stj led action I thebeVernon Roekcnstle county Ky to he highest didder at public auction Monday the 21 day of April 1104 etveen the hours of 8 oclock a m and 4 oclock n m upon a credit of six mouth the following described property towit ockcasbe on landIsame that was allotted to the defend alt as one of hia hems and which is rally described in the petition in this action and containing acres more or less llurchasIsurety tearing legal interest from the day ofsale until paid and having tie force andeffect of a judo cit Bidder will be prepared to coii ly promptly with these terms B J BETHURUM M Cr C C Lar ks rise to the height of 200 feet That explains why we do not rise with the Irk man who complains that lire IThworth livirg is always the first an effort to save himself when danger threatens The Keystone of Good Health is pure food Lion Coffee is all coffeeno glazing of eggs or glue to conceal de qualityFresh in flavor because always in Jnbulk VEGETABLE SICILIAN RenewerI i l tl IBANNER SKIRTS Come and See ill 10 tjilESE SKIRTS are of the l 3t goods for the lowest intlhehavetourmeasure for same moneyICOME LOOK at our 450 our X300our ingPliWE HAVE A FINE LINE Dress and Waisf OFICOM Ewe will he glad to show 3 Carr p one 87 F ly I to hurry J 4 fWe handle the celebrair a Tennent Shoer Made in St Louis They please everyc FofKRUEGERSONSMT UYotillhave Ii Bt The Celebrated iiiiLWAYs preferable For nice fitting tIe and Dura tiltt hey have no supeliorI J A3 vlo EN S f =x tCYevT b 2y tY v rL tdX t r- OWENSI Kr + FULL LINEJCoffins Caskets and Robes All Mail Telegraph or Telephon orders Promptly Filled Cn V Sr B RAMSEY 1For Fresh Meats ofall Kinds 10 us a trial and if we please you tell others if not tell ns MEAT delivered in any part of town SHOP ill basement opnosite Coirt house QIIKNCRPIRQIITEAIND l SOUTHERN RAILWAY SHORTEST ROUTE AND QUICKEST SCHEDULES 1CINCINNATI KNOXVILLE CHARLESTONATLANTA r JACKSONVILLESHREVEPORT POLNTSf i LexingtonWAGarrettAonager6eneralPassergerAgent 4 CINCINNATI 0 e 4 THE PULLINS BEE HIVE Latest and Best on the Market Tty it and be convinced that yonr bees will make more honey and do better than in any other DC PULLINS qonway Ky 11 Lt it I v vrt ti- MT II VtRNON KY Apr 8 lJ04i I 79 Cntt np No 7q hnyon nrlt to Cnnununi cute with SIGNAL 79 =H Ji eTIIEl4 north 1206 p m 26 north 137 ami 23 south 129 pit 25 South 113 am TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 x tueSar the lL yeraw PtHire GI wall matter PEUSOSAL W J Sparks is in Louisville Mrs Kittie Smith has rosola ronldaously ill- Asher Cummins is seriously ill with measles It DIan yule yesterday Elizabeth Adams has been very sick this weekIMrs E S Albright is visiting relatives in LondonIMiss Georgia McFerrou is the guest of triends here Mr T S Frith was up from Brodhead WednesdayiU G Baker is having another attack of rheumatism Mrs Nannie Albright has been very sick since Wednesday Miss Mattie Pennington returned chwl at ViHiamslmrg Sunday t L Richard was criti c vsl night hut is Netter toI z o moved to e 0 i dv r ttl vis not among th- enurteh went to top cf Town t ihi IOSH hevoicui tn April ist R A WeWi at horn S1 day from High Cliff Tenn wl he is working in the ballast bmiI t nessIIt B S DaVault was among the April fools on the first and hurting seemed to enjoy it after it quit Elza Mason the boy who made IIsomesumptlonIthe ItbelowMr and Mrs Edgar Griffin of Corbin were guests of Mrs Griffins parents Mr and Mrs C M Cummins this week T J Pennington and wife have 1returned to Mt Vernon to make their home Ce has been located at Wilton for nearly two years D C Pullins who sends us many goods items from Conway was here Monday Mr Pullins is one of the best posted bee men in this part of the State J Henry Allen General Mana ger of the Winchester Granite Brick Co was over at Cooks Sid ing during the week looking after the construction of the new works Mr Ferdinand Cranor brother of Mr John M Cranor is with Capt L C Smith this week looking after some matters connected with the CranorSmith Lumber CoMrs D S McKinney came up from Livingston Tuesday to attend the bux supper to be given bv the Lady Maccabees Mrs McKinney is record keeper of the Livingston lodge Mr D C Edwards candidate for Congress in the Eleventh was on Tuesdays train en route home from a trip through the western part of the district Mr Edwards is very much pleased with his out look LOCAL 0 Baled millet hay at Krueger Sons In this issue appears the quarter ly report of The Bank of Mt Ver I non Read it and see if you dont think it a pretty good showing Hickory nuts for sale iscts per gallon ELMER LECHLEITERMt NOTICE I will for a limit ed time shoe horses at 6octs per round everything furnished See Powellon Newcomb Avenue a the Jack Lawrence place jnari8 4t Robt K Powell i it SuLiS Ail VCI for millet hay Will Ace Bryant and Miss Prew ilt were married last Friday after noon cTheabout 10 from the boxsupper w Monday night The Junior Endeavor entertain inenl at lie College Sunday night was WIll attendedand very much 111andgood price The deeds were trade this week Fiscal court was in session three days this week making FCltiemenl1 with the Sheriff and for 1904 The levy is the same as heretofore Since moving into new quar ters am better fitted to do all classes of clock and watch work S C FRANKLIN Mt Vernon Ky al1lkindsinspection He can make you very lowest pricegSI The L Nwill sell tickets to Frankfort May 24 and 25 limited until May 27 at i313 for the round trip account of State meet Grand Army of the Republic- S C II1ACK JllNOnea1 CEggslfeatlEggs al mar i itf Mt Vernon Kyn Come to S C Franklin and have your eyes scientifically tested and fittedwith firstclass spectacles He is fully prepared with all iu struments and had years of expert once under the teachings of best opticians tlRde uhiih pptrir elsewhere in this is ite The Iullins Bee Hive is the est on the market andi you lntlour hers to do well and make plenty of honey dont fail to gettl one of his hlesblPcliceman Egbert Wallin of LaFallette Tenn arrived Saurday morning with Matt Ford from At lanta Ga who is wanted in this county on three different charges is also wanted in Whitley coun ed and in Tennessee By mutual agreement the merchants who have been running delivery wagons have discoutin jued them and it is now up the purchasers to get their lilt e tricks home the best way they can It is now up to some one of the merchants who were not in thet combine to make the start Mt Vernon has three churches and has preaching about one Sun day out of every ten weeks two oft the churches the Baptist any Christian having no pastors at all is This evidently speaks well for the church members and the town generally to say nothing of thef effect which it is having on thel rising generation The Rev George O Barnes beI gan a meeting in the court house here last Tuesday night and will continue until Monday night BroI Barnes conducted a great revival here some twentyfive years ago at which time quite a number some of whom are still living here made t confessions He is now 77 years old and is maKing the last tour he will ever make of the State When five more of the mountain counties have been visited he will have preached in every county in the State since he started on his tour Large crowds hear him ever nightMrs Tom Bullen of near Wildie on last Friday became insane and killed her 18 year old son who was a cripple by striking him with an ax Mrs Bullen bad ever since last December at times been dement ed but not to an ext1ntoOn Friday morning Mr went as usu al to his work leaving Mrs Bul len apparently alright but on hi return at nodntima a horrible sight met his gaze thatof the lifeless form of his pet chicold iu death with a pool of is qwrKblood aronn him and the moth r tub per t1a- tor of the awful deed cone A search was begun and Jatein th afternoon Mrs Bullen was un on a higlLcliff in the woods stt distance from home a raving man ac Mrs Bullen was brought tand tried Tuesday and on hereIday Deputy Sheriff J W Tate her to the Lexington Asylum r The race for Republicau Committeemen and Delegates to Chica o convention from the Eighth district has been satisfactorially tIll conlmlcerned poas11isSllhMary paroled Wilson has served nearly onfourthnag1ln sentIIwo IThe patrons of the Mt Vernon will soon have an oppor tunity to say whether or oat they want n graded school No one will deny that a graded school will be best for the town and for the it bet interests ol education and we earnestly beseech every person to think carefully over the matter he fore expressing tour disapproval should you be so inclined It is unquestionably the clcapest Und 1511can 5urlaroundhis children which his circuin stances will allow A petition ap proven by the Superintendent of in schools and the heard of trustees has been tiled in the County Court on the next regular county tine day in May an order will he ade calling for au election did The boys in jail made another to escape on last Monday ever which with afew minutes and more work would have proven a successful one With saws files bars of iron etc they were bounti fully supplied and the first effort was to saw the hinger to the iron door in two but when they had the hinges almost cut it was found the door was otherwise fasten and that an escape in that manner woird be impost lie so the we next plan fell ul01 was to burn way through the overhead thereby raining an entrance into just upstars which would have bell an easy way of escape Bit some women who were guarding Mrs Bullen in one of the adjoining m rooms to thejail building smelt the wood burning and gave the alarm Jim Ballon was an cued and lodgm in jail Wednesday afternoon chargedwith furnishing the saws etc to Newcomb and Hellard who seemed to be the principal ones docl ing the work The saws were bought in Stanford LIY1NGSTOH on trlrsc his weektilion Sam Ward was in Richmond Monday Mr B Johnson has moved into 4c room adjoining his storeroom 8 Miss Nora Burton of Altamont the guest df Miss Pearl Mrs Ballard Mullins visited berd W D Mullins at Brush g Monday Miss Maggie Myers of Mt Verli on is assisting Mrs E S ElmorEc with her millinerygGeo Keynolds visited his sister inlaw Mis R EV Reynolds at Maretburg Monday John Stucker and Miss Pearl Stanley attended the Ester enter ainment at Mt Vernon Will Owens while at work a tis Mrs Sue Mullins new building Tell and was see iQusly hurt i Sam Ward Jr of Louisville spent Easter Sunday with his parents Mr and Mrs Samuel Ward Mrs Bessie Browning and son it Walter have returned from a with Mrs Kate Magee at Cra r Orchard Mesdames Ed Woodali and Geo Reynolds attended the funeral of the latters aunt Mrs John Prewc itt at Hazel Patch last Sundaye Mrs Lula Maddux returned horde Wednesday morning after an extended visit with friends and relatives at Mitchell and Orleans- s Indiana Mrs Ida Poyntar Swiney of tit ail was the guest of hrsistcr Mrs B J Hayes Sunday She 3was on the way to her new home in Indiana Tom Daniels and Ike Toni Stew Tuesdwere masih y Drs J S Copper this place and A G Lovell Mt Vernon and Parker Corbin performed the operation Stewart is doing nicely LEVEL GIIEEX 1Vell and its r4ni andaf 0 dittc njrain and our people as a or even hall have done but gardening Men should plant tatoes iu February or farchre sooner the better VernonJ f lent a dny and nil lit vvitii us O- PhustnemsILps s Brtwn ands Price children spent Easter r lidays with homefolks Theyj have been at Sue B Inpiiiute for i The term late freeze killed nuiHiplied 11 thousands of hlte innri t tl peach ihntenough rile a lair crop hut ilex x Allen says and he knows too that will frost Msiv 7th biranse it Jj thundered on the 7h of February Now Kr three sines and cpi tirv dencc air remarkable aint the only tiuk ihundtr in Febi nary brings frost in teatr tfOR ine August brings snort next winter X mas produces a warm ter a wet winter a dry summer cold winter follows a hot summer 1 a new moon lies ou us f with both horns sticking utwill scon rain lots Plant taters beans corn and everything elsei produces a crop below the surface old or full moon other crops in new uicon and with good soil season and proper cultivation int time youll reap good crops Now didnt Solomon say There het1 and he knew more in a minet than any living man of today willt know read the book of Eccl learn you sumpthin why sirPeven Moses spoke ov signs seasons and commented on the moon more than 4000 years ago- tnd Joshua made Old Sol standstill and Job and David wrote sum good lessons in poetry I love to readafter those old fellows its structive elevating ennobling Well well its rainin1 agin How do need warm yea hot dry weather My appetite has recruited a but Betsy objects to my eatin any old thing The dinner is ringin and I will go and partake nia of the feast of roasted Irish taters that Grace has prepared fare My bees 9 hived lived to through the winter and the way they work on aretty days reminds ov how I uster do when I was stout but alas alas I now have to standwatch others and dream ov what used to wasgrip malaria indigestionall these com bine to make a melancholy man ov one who oticeenjoyed life in full but still Hope when predicated a little Faith looks beyond these and afflictions and builds and bridges us over a heap dark waters John Sam Owsley recently bought of several lots of shoats hereabouts al a few sheep changed hands at 3 milch cows are worth from 25It 35 per head corn is scares at bc Our wimmin are substituting Pekin for the despised goose exchange give us just anyaIthing in preference to a When we take time to calculate bit and fully ascertain the aI from a lot of from 40 to io hens it is passingly strange me that people keep any kind of fowl but chickens and Pekins Nearly all the nabors have done swing oats a little corn has beenI plantedwheat looks well andI promises a good yield tho the little Bill Brown and Bill have jist called in and we are HurstI ng a good time You see we on everyting except religion but neither of us have enough ov the genuine artickle to raise a fussI about but strange as it may seem is a lack of the pure artickle that forbgive this old world a heap of trouble And it now seems that there will soon be lots ob trouble in dishere congressional deestrict I would my preference in the matter but then it would do but little goodright now tho further on well be heard from if we live Possum Holler totes a pretty big load in primary or a convention and we are all going to tote at the same eend of the sjke this too amid don you forget it Truly tlure l BUCK VARXOK CASTOR IAFor Infents and Childxen The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Sipat1tQot fIfCi lJi 7 =H w O Q 4 Arr 1 + ffA J y Jq r FOR THE- SPRING k t TRADE tVEhave just received our t new stock of Spring Gotx 1tf1 which is the best and most complete assortment ever 1 brought to to Vl1i7 HAVEWh Wantsta Come andexailline our j stock and see ifve are notaJ correct iIN 4 s a Ladies and Gen s Famishing c t We take the lead Come andsee us get out prices r V andvou will be convinced that we are right HOUKADAMS IPhoto 75 MT VERNON KY Kp Pi t hiJQ ci0 A i Q Q 9jA3 0 A L q OO J nnDAILY TOURIST SLEEPERS- TO CALIFORNIA Iron Mountain Route operates Pullman Tourist Sleepers St Lcuis to California leaving 830 m daily via Little Rock Tex arkana Dallas Fott Worth and El Paso The Ideal Route to Califor Fast Schedule cheap Colonist rates in effect daily during months of March and April 190 California and the Northwest Pullman tourist sleepers via Missouri Pacific Railway leave St Louis every Thursday 9 a m from Kansas City Wednesdays Thursdays and Fridays 630 p m going via Pueblo D R G sysI tom through Glenwood Springs Salt Lake City to Ogden etc Homeseeker and Colonist rates to various points in the West and Southwest over first and third Tuesdays each month For map folders descriptive literature rates etc consult nearest Ticket Agent address- R T G MATTHEWS TPA Room 301 Norton Bldg i8tf Louisville Ky IF your Druggists have not 1youREMEDY is guaranteed to cure Mention this paper when writing A THOUGHTFUL MAN N M Austin of Winchester thIhour of need His sac h an unusual case of stomach and liver trouble physicians could help her He thought of and tri Dr Kings New Life Pills and s1 got relief at once and was finally cured Only 25c at all druggists Some bacilli can live for 30 days in butter but not in some butter we have met we opineI Go ToIChasyCy tN i FOR Drugsf patents ml Oils ALSO rttDomMe Line oF Pharmacen Ned s I AN 1 r JIiM VV r1IJ OIIJ 5 Tpv u WILL GRI Practical Undertlcer FFirlIand FUNERAL Mt Vernon Ky Stock Complete FINE I1EAKSE Attached Can iurnirh Metalk Caskets anti hive Embalming done on short notice Come and see me anything I have not got can get for you on firs train that leave the city ORDERS by wire Promptly Filled Phone No 6- 3I1The World All Knows The Louisville Henderson tied St Louis 1aihvay the always popular Henderson Route is the Worlds Fair Line LouisCe es or o IAS S FOR RATESAnd Ask Us First If there are reduced rates in effect on account of special occasions Home Seekers or Colonists Ex cursions we have them MWOMACK G L GARRETT AgteLo J IRWIN General Passenger Agent Louisville Kentucky vvQ S i WHITES CREAM 1 IgttaQaaSr 9 IFor 20 Years Hasled aU Wsrns Remsuiss ji1i it oxg 1st nxz t DGcts TIS lre 7 JAMESE BA4LraRD St Louis Old by CHAS Ca DAVIS Ivlt Vernon Ky r TTTT7UAND STOCK AND CROP Have the SIGNAL to print your horse anjl jack cards Kentucky jacksFifth blackI LforKy Address Lexington Ky Box 41 and long distance phone 41 inch 841 Stewart Collier of Millersburg sold 5000 bushels of wheat to the Paris Milling Co for i o de livered on oars at Millersburg Winchester Democrat A L Johns manager of the Shaker farm at South Union la week sold 4000 bushels of wheat to the Massey Mill Company at ii4 delivered at the millThe Frank lin Kavtuiu No nuukel has been established yei hut it is believed the price for wool will range from ijj c to 2oc Wood ford Sun At the sale of Administrator of Mis C C Jacoby deceased on Tuesday Horses sold fiom 40 to 05 mules 130 White Chester sows with 5 to pigs 16 to 25 cows with cahes 23 to S34 steer calf 20 heifer calir 21 ewes with 17 limbs thrown in 5 per Ie d buck S ull4i 50 corn in 1hecribozlc per barrel sheaf oats 1550 per toa straw stack s3 wheat 90C per bushel Paris Kentuckian TOP The splendid Jack Tor will make the season cit 90t at my stable in Ml Vernon at 5 to sure a living colt Top is a good breeder and his colts tIe good size and make J High Sowder who lives near the stable will have charge of him W B SMITH A Burning Question One broil ing July day Uncle Zeke an aged cullud gemman who was pushing a harrow of bricks paused to dash the sweat from his dusky brow then shaking his fist at the sun he apostrophized it thus Fo the Lawds sake war wuz yo last Jenooary Consumption The only kind of consumption to fear is neglected consumption are learning that con sumption is a curable disease It is neglected consumption that is so often incurable At the faintest suspicion of consumption get a bottle of Scotts Emulsion and begin regular doses The use of Scotts Emulsion at once has in thousands of cases turned the balance in favor of health Neglectedconsumption does not exist where Scotts Emu sion PromptJ use of Scotts Emu sion checks the disease vhileit can be checked rr samp1ISCOTT S Stttc andz drugaitts THIS IS A Presidential Year AND YOU MUST KEEP POSTEDT- HE WAY TO DO THIS IS TO RED THE Wly CourierJournal Henry Watterson Editor TWELVE PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY tOO VlARI REVENUE REFORM S SOCIAL REFORM MORAL REFORM THE COURIER JOURNAL Issues the best AOIANAC published Seud 35 cents for a copy- COURIERJOURNAL CO LOUISVILLE Kv Bya Special Arrangement you can get the tt Yemen ina1 AND THE WEEKLY DourierJDunia I BOTH Chci YEAK Foir ONLY 150 5This is for CASH SV SCRIP TIONS only All subscriptions under this combination offer J tbthrougltl-SIGNAT office uA1TEJLyREPo1t1 o Of THE BANK OP MT VERNON at tho doc of business on the 3lt day of March 1004 RESOURCES oans and Discounts 847363 30 verdrafts secured J42 Due from National flanks 1201 S IIIpecieCurrency 347 no 4311 f FurnitniV and Fixtures 45tCurrent xpenscs 3o tu LastQuarter 44 70 072 70 80446 03 LIABILITIEStCapital Stock pail in in cash 15000 00tDeposits subject to check which interestis not paid B69C4 SUPPLEMENTARY Hi jlie amount of indebted nens any stdiliholdei person company or firm including in the liiibllity oftlie company or firm the liability of the individual nuiiiber thereof directly or indirectly if such indebtedness es eeds 20 pet cent of capital stock ac iiially intiditi and actual amuiint tif biirphis of the mink None lligliestt aiu uiit indobledness of any director or officer if amount such indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent iof paidup capital stock of hank See 58 Ky Stat None Iot s amount of indebtedness of ar v jwrsnii company or linn including in the liability of tho company r firm the liability of the individual liucmlHrs thereof exceed tu per cent of paidup capital and actual No Amount of last dividend per vnt 1200 00 Vcro all texi1tisti losses interest and taxes deducted tlicivfrom before divlariu divideiul and was not leas than per cent of net profile of the hank for the period covered by thej divideiul carried to the surplus Iwfoiv said dividend was deulaivd See See 505 Ivy Stat Yes 886440 STATE OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OP HOCKCASTLK iSS I W L Richards Cashier of THE BANK OF MT VEttNON a Bank located and doing business in tin town of Mt Veruon in said count being duly sworn says the foregoing report is in all respects a true statement of the condition of the said Bank at the close of business on the 31 lay of Mardi 1004 to the best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business of said Bank has been transacted at th location named and notelsewhere and that the above report is made in compliance with an onicial notice received from the Secretary of State designating the 31st day of March 1004 as the day on which such report shall be made V L RIChARDS Cashier L C Williiams J E Houk Directors Geo Livesay Subscribed and sworn to before me by W L Richards the 2nd day ot April HIM E S ALBRIGHT Notary Public My Commission expires Feb lOt MAKES A CLEAN SWEEP Theres nothing like doing a a thing thoroughly Ofall the Salves you ever heard of Bttcklens sweepsIaway cures sores bruises cuts boils ulcers skin eruptions and piles Its only 250 and guaranteed to give satisfaction Sold by all druggists Other PeoplesIt isnt the real troubles ot a woman that worry her he said Then what is itslie asked Its the troubles size gets up clubs about he replied GET THE HENDERSON ROUTE HABIT TRIP ST TOIROUNDTRIP RATES FROM LOUISVILLE ON ACCOUNT OF TU- BWORLDS FAIR Season Tickets13So- ld Daily Commencing Apr 25 LimitDecember 15 1904 0 Sixty Day Tickets 1100 Sold Daily Commencing Apr 25 Limit 60 days 0 Ten Day Tickets 1000 Sold Daily Commencing Apr 25 Limittodays including date of sale 0 Special Coach Excursions7 00 Dates Sale 10 be 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 of baggage FOR COMFORT FOR SERVICE IF VOUR TICKET HEADS OVEK TUB POPULAR ROUTE YOU ARE STCertainly Well Fortified ASK US Geo L Garrett Tray PassrAgt- E M Womack City Passr Agt 14J Irwin General Passr Agt LOUISVILLE Kvf JOHN D CARROLL A CNnI nrl FOR A 1ImTT1 Junoii OP THIS DISTRICT Hon John D Carroll of Newl Castle one of the best known w 11Ia IIl1r1Ifl professionb e for a long time desired to see him on the bench of he highest court in the State He has held several offices of trust and honor and in all of them acquitted himself with credit When quite young man he served two terms in the Legislature was a member the Constitutional Convent ioti uiul one of the throe commissioners appointed by the Governor to revise the statute laws of the State to ron form to the changes made by the constitution and was for three years chairman of the Democratic Stte Central Committee lIe isj editor of Carrolls Kentucky flthe of Practice and Carrolls Kentucky Statutes law books that are in general use and that may ii e found in the office of every lawyer 1in the State A man of high in tegrity great industry with an ex tensive and accurate knowledge of the law and in the prime of life his large circle of friends believe he would make a splendid judge Trimble DemocratI THE BEST FAMILY SALVE DeWitts Witch Hazel gives in slant relief from burns cures cute bruises sores eczema tetter and all buyingIneces- sary to see that you get the gen uine DeWitts and a cure is certain There are many cheap counterfeits on the market all of which are worthless and quite a few are dang erous while DeWitts Witch HazISalve is perfectly harmless cures Sold at Chas C Davis drugstore A mental science healer uamei irjlyMrs Helen Wilmer Post was late itladvertised using the mails to defraud She any distance and promised a cm in all sorts of diseases aud troubles She offered for instance to undertake for 4 a month to think out of prison the son ofa woman in Indi ana And a number of witnesses including Dr W H Hunt of Proctor le Olio swore that she had cured them Surely the day ofcharlatanry has not passed Catholic Columbian ARE YOU A DYSPEPTIC If are a on 1ttget well Pyspepsia annoys the dyspeptics friends because his dis ease sours his disposition as well as his stomach Kodol Dvspepsia dyspePstaI t digestant strengthens the whole digestive apparatus and sweetens the life as well as the stomach When you take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure the food you eat is enjoyed It is digested assimilated and its nutrient properties appropriated by the blood and tissues and health is the result Sold at Chas C Davi drugstoreI Your near May Be WeaK One Person in Four Has a Weak Heart One of the surest signs of a weak hart 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 Hem Trouble are Pains In the Side Back and Shoulder Fainting or Weak Spells Dry Cough Swelling of Feet and Anliles Ccld 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 talln Dr Miles New Jleart Cure The Heart Cure will 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 guaranteethatIf it doesnt your money had I was aflllcted with heart trouble for Iirightattackswere rwherewoulusurviveemInentph takiniDrbottleswhichveersMIiSJOIIN FREE IPackagjeain Pills me NewSclentlf1c uemeuy COLABOILITORIES youOurSpecIalistwhat is wrong and how to right it jisMEMORIAM IIn memory of our dear sister Julia slho tell asleep in JeMi 15lhIsuffered from he n drops fiimonths She bore her affliciio s with the ciltnnes and sweetness of a Christian faith Our dear sister b cant a christieti September IIfl3 anti was cvtr itaily to till her phd iu Sundayschool and Church and was loved by every one that knew her If the sunset of life gives mystical love and coming events cast their shadows befor surely our der sister on this earth lived a member of that angelic host While weI miss her so much from our gather lig lift are sorely grieved over our Is we feel sure she is at lest ii Jesus arms But this loved one has left a vacant place in our home which never can be filled I only hope we all will he as ready to answer to our summons when it may come as Julia was I knew her not only to be an obedient child and sister but a chrislrm which shouldbe first in life and only thing a reward be given for though it wes hard so hard to give her up But we must think of her being in heaven locking down o us all with that sweet smile of hers But we can realize and know on separation are only for a short time when we can go to her and will he happy together where partings are no mote Her body was laid to rest in our family graveyard Scaffold Cane Our sister Julia who ha lately died She now wears a shining crown And walks at Jesiiss side DEIORA MINNIE AIBESSIE FISH Vildie Ky Mar 3 1904 MANAGER WANTED Trustworthy lady or gentleman to manage business in this county and adjoining territory for well and favorably known house a solid financial standing 2000 straight cash salary and expenses paid each Monday by check direcP from headquarters Jv x p money advanced Position per manent Address Manager Sic Como Block Chicago Illinois As Indicated Bif kins Who is that seedj looking chap you just recognized Mifkins Oh thats DeAuber the artist They say he is wedded to his art IBilkinsWell judging from ap pearances I should say he didnt marry for money WANTEDr ISpecial Representative in this county 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 buggx furnished when necessary position permanent Address Blew Broth ers 600 Monon Bldg Chicago Ill A Slight Mistake Doctor said the old man Ive been havin trouble with my pipes I seem to have a whtezin all the time and Pipes freezin enarled tht docto who was a little hard o hearin what you telling me about it fiiVEtT- ROUBLES I find Theltord BlackDraught I agood medicine for 11en disease spotPoeParkeraburpr W Va If your liver noLact reg ularly go to your druggist and secure a package of Thedfords BlackDraught and take a dose toniiit This great family constipatedbowels and causes a healthy secretion of bile Thedfords Black Draught will cleanse the bowels of ini purities and strengthen the kidneys A torpid liver invites biliousness chills and fever and all manner of sick ness and contagion Weak kid neys result in Brights disease which claims as many victims as consumption A 25cent package of Thedfords Black koptinnfed Thedfords Black Draught for liver and Irdne y corn i plaints and found nothing to excel if WILLIAM OOFFMAN Mar blehead 1- 11RAUGtIL THEDFORDS BLACK c IIIli AsniA1iAgctablel- ieparationfCrkS S lI similating lheIoodandIIegula 1 ness andBestCOliIallts neiiler- OpiumMo I II pIire norNincral NOT NARC OTICI II JJ txfl J B rrtlrvI Ape non InynC7WI ncss urms simile Sgnnturr 0- 1a49IFac It XEV YORILI l COpy VRAPPER r LEXACT s CASTORIA Por lufants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears theji i of f 1- 1User- Irjr Frr Over Thirty i Tht uRIA r FRENCH UCK and WEST BADEN Springs In the highlands of Indianaa two hours ride from Louisville there flow wonderful healing waters that youd spend hundreds of EuropeA 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 opportuniticstions are much finer at French LickWest Baden Springs and this gentleman is a native of Switzerland thesehighlandsor rides and drives among the numerous bridle paths and road ways afford pleasure for those who desire rest and quiet while at rtainION THE MONON ROUTE For booklets telling aU about the woters Hotul Hates and full information write E H BACON D P A Louisville Ky r Wi CZEMAITCHES STINGS AND IRRITATES Ipalilcmnph RELIEVES ECZEMA INSTANTLY Stops the Pain and Itching Opens the Pores Draws out all Inflammation and Heals the affected parts without Drying or Scabbing esc ALL DRUGGISTS About two years ago I had Eczema so bad that I scarcely I enjigelyYours truly BRIGGS Glasgow Ky For sale bv MT VERNON DRUC CO WINCH STBRJ = Ir FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS shootrPeSUItS they give Its their entire reliability even ness ofpattern and uniform shooting Winchester tZ ill Leader shells loaded with smokeless powder Winchesteriiife Aare cheap in price but not in quality Winchester favoritetJiLTHE SHELLS THE CHAMPIONS SHOOT THE BPK OF AT VERNON MT VERNON KY OPENED IgooJ CAPITAL STOCK 15000 C C VILLIAMS PRES JAS T ADAMS VICEPRES W L RICHARDS CASHIER A B FURNISH ASST CASH DIRECTORSC C Williams Geo Livesay A T Fish S H Martin Rod Perry J E HonkaWe solicit accounts of firms and individuals Careful attention is given collections entrusted to us Our friends and patrons are invited to call when in town Phone No 55 DadiesCobwfdgetIDid mouious convention Jim Merritt No tlu only time they gol together was when they were having their picture taken Year- shJfT Have you any taste for Thack 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