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L rz 7Trstd 1ishea i I887 Yt i3reZmi PO =j MT KY f H i jT Wu jawtfl ioVJ YiTtOr Tar id this jwu Sver iihnsniis iieat Crib urciiani Wed re uy jMie contract fur building be new iehool holt e was let out to the lowest bidder W A Tyree of this place had the low est bidR West of Juction City was with our merchants Monday looking after his egg trade Logan Hasty and V1 Hurst of the Level Greeii wer in Brcdhtad Monday Rev J G Bow and wife of Louisville and Rev Gates of Livingston attend ed the ordination of Deacons at the Baptist church Saturday Rte Bow delivered several able discourses while hereJ R Geb Cook and Mr Carter of Mon were in our town E J Hamm who has been off inI the picture business for a or so is at home again Bowers and Reynolds have their mill set Miss Alma Brooks of Lafalette peon is visiting leer aunt Mr G W BrooksMrs Ellen Ma haffee is visiting relatives at Cra Orchard this wtekC H Frith has a bicycle which may properly bs called an automobile bicycle It is propelled by a small gasoline e- ngineJ H Albright bought tht od school house for 310 Messrs e John Nevius and Jim Brady oil Stanford were in town calling Sui dayMiss Ella Dunn left Monday for a several weeks visit to DanJ ville and other places Miss Nan nie Yanen is visiting relatives at Ellen Bmner b the guest of Mrs J R CitssIr Virgil Rice of Danville was ratline on one of our fair ladies Sundiv Mr Homer Wallin is here from Lafalete Tenn visiting relatives and friends Mr J R Cass hirae from Crab Orchard anti left at once for Plt accept the agency at that place WANTED Special in this county and adjoining territories to represent and advertise an of estalished business house of solid financial standing Salary z weekly with expenses advanced each Mondav by check direct from Aorse and bugg furnished when necessary position permanent Address Blew Broth ers 600 Motion Bldg Chicago The boy stood on the moonlit deck f His head was in a whirl His eys and mout were full of hair And his arms were full of girl Theres something the matter with this clocksaid the office boy it wont strike Havens exclaimed the excited captain of industry and its union made too The St Petersburg correspond ent of a Paris paper has b arda tumor of a sea fight at Port Artltu- but the report is not confirmed fro n any official source I h Jt J ty gy = Ir t I M0 VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY FRIDAY APRILJ II tT1Icrloeetdaltrcm t1lIrdlulro neighborhood LivingII BrodIhead RowlandMiss cameI Representative headquarters IJO lnj tern ttocr CON W AV VVia n this seuon wintered bad while Koine Crop looOk hers are almost a Failure weliI IINo corn has been planted a oats sown and potatoes planted be tueen showers Mrs 11 L Keton is visiting her anus at Nicholasyille and High bridge this week Mr T B Robinson osenf tlJe clevereit grocery drummers in th Statews here trading with ou merchants this weekIeIIfwe could get a few more im provements here like the depot ju t lookImore like n small county seat than a fl ig station thisIIIM r Fannie Arnold kept 4 or 5 of sweet potatoes through the winter Mrs Arnold says there ino secret in keeping sweet polo toes through the winter only to know how to put them up in fall C Pnllens went to GVrard ID this week in the interest f patent bee hive It most looks like now that East lice dogwood and blackberry wint asbwe have had all kinds of weather for past to dn s Guess the ground must have interferred some jway J N Nave of Nicholasvillc is here this wetIA GREAT SENSATIONIIThere was a Leecv5le Indiana when11T H Tetra of that place who was ex peeled to ilie had his life saved by ConIltmpinsuffoable agonies from AsthmaIhut your New Discovery immediate relief and sooti there cureIpneumonia bronchitisand grip are a numerous Its the peerless remedy for all throat and lung troubles Price soc and Sioo Guaranteed by all druggists Trial bottles free A Humorous Sheriff Jack Ste kepredDohertys district in Mis thirstory on him The county judg was a man weighing 300 pounds Steel who kept the local hotel summoned jury for a term and not one of the jurors weighed less than 250 pounds On the first case case called Steel fed the jurymen a dinner consisting of plenty of onions buttermilk and other soporific foods with the result that in the afternoon all of them and lhejudge went to sleep 1awakell business In futgre I want YoU to select a jury with st single ey to justice v Yes your HoBpr answered summonred consisted entirely of oneeyed men CRAB ORCHARD Miss Annie Austin of Lancaster visited the Misses Broiiaagh last Sunday Will A Brooks has been pendI ing a few days with his mother and sister Will is one of the heat boys we have in our town and we think if any young lady ever succeeds inc capturing him she will have wOn a prize indeed hut dont think tha thinkethinrtilookc Pettus and wife went to Stanford CarpenterjtveelDLss Catherine McAlister Mary Bronaugh Mrs Claude Holy man and Mrs G H Patten spent Is tIa splendid dinner of all the good things of the season sirs and cream thrown in wberriesII Mrs M E Fish and S Mrs Dr Black who iforniaite tbereItEphthis vicinity met with a serious ac cident last StturJay night Hetwas walking on the railroad from Gum Sulphur to Brodhead and was strlick he thinks by a rainc i1kneea about 6 oclock Sunday morningy by a freight more dead briught to the depot at this place Edmiston was summoned and with a great deal of perseverance puIt taken to his mothers about 3 miles boyihardly knew what hurt himlies Newland who has been spending the winter in Florida has returne- dltpmeWard in Moore is putting ups new cottage to accommodate renters Miss Jearf Buchanan is visiting in Louisville Free Silver Johnson has sold out and will move to Wilmore Some thief drove a wagon into Mr Willis yard stole seven hams and some other things too numerous to mentionA B South who owns the old Billt White mill is suffering from a stroke of paralysis MANAGER WANTED Trustworthy lady or gentleman to manage business in this count and adjoining torritory for well and favorably known house of solid financial standing 2000 straight cash salary and expenses paid each Monday by check direct from headquarters Expense money advanced Position permanent Address Manager Sio Como Block Chicago Illinois Tliciitwo hats look alike said thedaler but nevertheless III21more rOurSpnngBuyers y r jEASrE Has Passed and Spring1 is Mere And w haVe a complete I me of Shirt Waist Suiting Ladies Slippers and Mens and Childre s Oxfords And anything you are looking fur in the line of Ladies andBfenf s Furry shines DRY GooDs ArD NOTIONS AT THE LOWEST PRICE S POSSIBLE OMan se us examine our stock and get rites Dont take others =word but come and see for yonrsel J i The leaders in their line 4 JKCXHOCKER CQtf1 t LIVINGSTONJ K FADED LEVEL G1 ENjWell well here I ant yet near ly three months What a blessing what a companion is healthonly think of the oher greattI j ments it carries with it hut no uric seems to piopcrly apprtcmie until he becomes impaired the the doctor end patent medicine finishes him up for the undertaker Thist is a typical April spell daynme to March How train bfveTJ rre p rollout toihe SIGNAL can and will explain how this when Bootyings2 is worth your time to investigate if ou dont know for if you under oak this it will explain cleary 11aSpeik Tight Out brot at v mareItI60 cents per livery bushenIwill make cut timIattention to their farms sow plen of grass raise crops cattle sheep heiimuch more prosperous and Rock will get a dromedary back on self land will advance in price well you just take notice will ou Price S Brown bot about 9000 eggs test week at one cent each prorlifiAfter a half dozen other ailments have tried their band on me until but little life or strength is left chills put in their appearance a few days sinqc and gSewhiz they nearly froze what little marrow was left my bones but they couldnt ke me The drummer salesman night ofthe Gripstillvisit our little- town iu super abundance one of whom was our friend Welsh who has time to spend a few minute with me at home and he always has betIterlittle visits arc to the sick they would surely make more of them for they dont cost much and then they area part and a big part too of pure and undefiled religion but alas when we speak of PURR religion we talk of a scarce article Nearly every body has a form be calls religion but it differs widely from Christianity in most cases Take your square the Bible compare the two and note the difference But one thing is necessary and many chose the better part Some of our young men left yes terday for Tenn to help work cedar others have gone to Ind hunting work and yet others to the farI West but not one drops in here uo inducements are held out them Rockcastle will never toI what it should and could he until our young men stay with us and some imigration comes in Let imIprmedtix and more Christianity and more go d things and good people will come to take up their abode with us The Congressional race is warm inkhere pow Gillbert and jNi will receive the votes in this cb mty oldVJ Kirbv is th theis in a precarious condition He served 22 years as assessor years ago and was elected for a full term at our last general county eldettonHonest and efficient ah times AC Sowder will soon go on visit td Kansas Indian Territory and the St Louis Exposition A few others from ibis part will se the exposition later on Eggs still bold their grioat ict each while bacon is cheap We have enough peach blooms ou our trees to set 10 acres but much of the crop has already been killed Pvs m I If tl t vll nl I VIF ICaming Every Day1 AIii ill ND we still continue Lead PRICES I120 percent I 20 percent at per 75kinds hest STAPLE and FANCY Toil futt tit IVwos Dont fail to make our stOle liceidcimmat time vlipn in Tnvin 11111tt ilire lefrgoing elsewhere Yours for hnr jain The road question is dead dead dead Our Legislature at the last c s on was too busy doing noth ing to enact any road laws or do much else for the BUCK VARNONI MV1LL1AMSBURG Much fruit has seen killed bY the late frostsRev D B Dodd and wife will leave this week for Athens Tenn where they will spend too or three months with eel ativesMrs Thomas 0 Mara and her daughter Miss Alice have just returned from California where advertisement that a mule buyer would be in town yesterday theI hitching racks were soon filled up withmules and horses from the country and the men and tock on our streets gave the town the appearance of a big court day Mr Dunn of Danville and Mr Campbell of Knoxville were on hand as prospective buyers But as far as I can learn only one muteI was sold for which was paid The prices asked run front 125 to 180 The buyers and sellers were too far apart There an some fine mules in this county THE BEST FAMILY SALVE DeWitts Witch Hazel gives in start relief from burns cures cuts bruises sores eczema tester and alII abrasions of the skin In buying Witch Hazel Salve it is only peces sary to see that you get the pen uine DeWitts and a cure is certain There are many cheap counterfeits on the market tllof which are worthless and quite a few are dang erous while DeWitts Witch Hszel Salve is perfectly harmless arid cures Sold at Chis C Davis drugstore Modern Courtship I cannot express dear my lot He said youe the wine of my e You are brighter than heavn abov Youre dearr to me than mincepie Dont Voice such devotion shef cried j I know where your heart is at Youre the cutest old thing in this side Id rather have you than ahat ttI atBust Have Been a 1 sent an to take tea with a certain woman in society in Civ company is requested The answer ran according EnI listed men Jones and Lee have been detailed for guard duty but the remainder of Captain Arm strongs company will accept with pleasure t T 2 tIlJ starr IV u Friday mSf to Cut on all Shoes ICut on all AL CLOTHING Manufacturers Cost Best Flour Sack cents ALL GROCERIES ton LHDAVIS Livingston Ky healthhand the wabeganeCaptaiuAr- strougs Ap Published Everyd II J with LOW bVery Success4nI Hats SAYS THE JAIL BIRDS Mt Vernon Ky Apr 10 iQfvj Dear Editor We as jail hinds have een hearing the Rev George O preach the gospel by chance We could hear rim from the jail where he was preaching but to lour utter surprise he did not come to even see us nor tell us anything of the Christ who died for all Vc find in the New Testament that Even as Moses raised up theserI pent for the poor Israelites even so must the son of man be raised upand Jesus said that it was the sick man that needed the doctor Now sir we have nil kinds of c iJlifinals in here we have four b obs who are destitute of any cctuI cation Dont you believe if some good men and Christian women would come and holH somerel igious jftrices that it toitld have a ten- ldeacy to help tuese little bus Jerry McCoy was jitone time most famous crirainarMhat thcII York ever had bulhe vetted in jail and went out reach ing and was instrumental iiicon verting more people than any man that was ever in New York Now sir this is time only jail in Kentucky ChristiansIThe writer of this is pretty low down but that word Whosoever will may come that He will let u all in ThankGodIYours Respectfully BILL NKWCOMB LaterWe understand that the Rev Barnes visited the jail just before leaving for London l sBOBBED THE GRAVE IA startling incident is narrated by John Oliver of Philadelphia as follows I was in an awful con dition My skin was almost ye low eyes sunken tongue coated pain continually in hack and sides uo appetite growing weaker day by day Three physicians had iegreeat- boy 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 Soc guaranteed at all druggists uI111iasked Miss N of Miss B tlIdont know answered Miss B He says he is but his letters sillym tlie 1903 at 79900389 exclusive Alaska and the insular possession s This is an increase of 3905814 since the census of 1900 The eat mate for Louisville is 215000 Lon STOCK ASH CUOL j M Craig bought ot B F Xicety a mare for Si 15 TOP The splendid Jack TOP wilt make the season ofat n y stable in Mt Yernon at Sj to sure a living colt Top ia good breeder and his colts ate good size and make J High Sowder who lives near the stable will have charge of him Top is well known as tiro Harve MclCinney jack apr Sr t W 1 SMITH According tr the monthly report by Conirntssioner of Agdcu1tn e heatItering while the wet weather has put farness far behind with their work Reports indicate that the tobacco acreage in Western Ken lucky wiJI be srcatiycurtailed- PUBLIC AUCTION IOn the 23x0 DAY otf AIRIL 4 1904 at the Allen Sutton old stand o- in Mt Vernon Kv the undersign ed Special Couiinissioner will sll at public auction one stock of General Merchandise cosisting of dry goods boots and shoe grocer ier etc TERMS On all amounts of 5 and under cash in hand on all amounts of 5 and over the per chaser or purchasers may execute daysjicent interest until paid DG CLARK Special Conmfr apri52t Cockcastle County Court vWhen Mr and Mrs Jacob Dumpling of Jasper county Missouri asked their friends to suggesta name for the nhabr boy the vote was unanimous fur fipple orTcftE Likej the running brook the red blood that lions through the veins has to come from somewhere The springs of red blood are found in the soft core of the bones called the marrow and some saw red blood also comes from the spleen Healthy bone marrow and healthy spleen are full of fat Scotts Emulsion makes new rt blood by feeding the bone marrow and the spleen with the richest of all fats the pure cod liver oil For pale school pleband invalids and for allwhose blood is thin and pale Scotts Emulsion is a pleasant and rich feedsfgives their strength to do their proper work samplelPearl Street New Tort Soc and f lt drussrfsts MT VERNON SIGNALl J Fmrt y AFKIL 15 OIi t Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCIUPTIOX ONE YEAR SlOO Adjerthing tales made known on application JIOX n L MOORE tor er county is nilidala ir ConI ert9 In the iijjith disiiiii to Kiiieeo ITon1 tiiilnsl Mihjdil hi the action of the liimnerntir party Your npporti5 earnest Ir ldiMR HEARST AS A PRESI DENTIAL CANDIDATE OUR neighbor and fellow pendlerI who loses much gray composition of the ponderous editorials of the Interior Journal defends the cause of Mr Hearst because forsooth he gave a vast sum of money to the campaign wsgea by Mr Bryan and snorts through the columns of that paper that we ere abusing Mr Hearst hist0 ncy V3l1tonI in ns tiring to such au exalted tion Mr Hearst becomes the suhII ject of discussion We would not l put one word down in malice Iragainst this man far from it But putIdugpie had the temsiity to say that Hirst is not the man for such poshtoj ard this is the degree our offes =l Ve are prone sometimes to sneer nl morality as a thing savoring of i 1the1at smacks too strong of the Sunday school and the pulpit and when aj man once lets himself go how easy it is to listen to the song of the sir n until she transforms us into licqsts forgetting our earlier Irain ing anti belter instinct and blunting our finer sensibilities until the grandest sweetest truths of lifejbe come tawdry and cheapdead sea fruit It is all very well for the man of low caliber to lead his o vii life but liow appalling it is how alarming it is to the better cass of citizens in these United States when a man of this type aims at the White House There are men who are moral lepers dead to every pure aud noble instinct impregnated with the slime of immorality and I yet who think in their sublime conceit that they can buy their way to that big white mansion at Vash ingtou which has sheltered our first President and such men as Jefferson and Jackson Xo more conspicuous example of such a pan can be offered than William R Hearst yellow journal ist demagogue libertine With a life behind him that he would be glad to forget he dreams of the t Presidency and would show to the I world if he could a spectacle that I would make the very angels weep He would prove to the world at large that America no longer prizes I manhood no longer points with pride to its National Mansion as I the paragon toward which the youth of the country might strive with hopeful eyes and a straining I ambition to become President some day but as the home of the most arrogant conspicuous voluptuary the country has seen for many a long day We say this might be I the case Think of it Why the very mothers in every household I would hang their heads in shame Xo more would they teach the lisping boy at their knee to emulate the example of the President rath er with downcast face and a burn ing indignation in their hearts they would seek to keep from the vas knowledge of that child 4be foul stories that have been bandied from mouth to mouth about Hearst too many of whichare so lament ably hue This yellow hunter of noto riety as he has been aptly called cares not one jot or tittle about pub- lie opinion to him the inclignation of a justly aroused paplfse is a thing to be lau he1 at as the idle puffing of the wind He has yet his lascivious eyes upon a star which thank God such men of his f Ink have never yet succeeded in reaching For a man way be a bigoted fool he may be a political renegade he may have committed great aud serious mistakes in his t 51tlKSCman man But the mau who deliberately stamps his better nature into the mud snaps his fingers in the face of public opinion and glories in his very vileness is surely not the man to represent our country in the loftiest position within the gift l q the American people The corner stone of this Republic of ours rests upon morality There can be noI question of that We may hlinjyou undertake to monkey with that cornerstone there is going to jbe trouble because the people are satisfied with that cornerstone they dont want any other and it is arejIcesssful and time defying republic 1IWhy a man of fcenseand good morals should support Hearst is a mystery WhatI ever we may say or Mr Politician we must take off hats to Mr Bryan the Man His escutcheon is clean There is not a spot upon it and we say God bless him for his cleanliness and his wholesomeness Yet he is Hearsts most ardent supporter We never blame a man for sticking to his friends Mark Hannn was always loyal to those whostucl to him All honor to him for it In the days when Bryan needed support when he wanted backing and friends Hearst threw wide open the columns of the New York journal and Chicago American land gave Bryan full sway But Brjatfwjis worth it It wis no thefpartytheer and Hearst was a Democrat himself We say it was only what Hearst should have done and no snore Did lie do it unselfishly Was he such a loyal friend to the uDemocratic a do not think so We are more inclined to the belief that Hearsts attitude was very nearly the same as ihat of William K Vanderbilt when he uttered the historic words The public be damned regardaconsidered and at present he has the largest following of any person mentioned and he is the only one who heartily supported the ticket whose friends seem to be active This is the grateful Mr Bryan who is talking mindful of past favors It is not the logical tIle IrBrya1JII acter of the man who has his sup portWe think we know Mr Hearst pretty well From the time his doting papa turned over to him the millions which had been accumulated by hard work and sweat Willie Hearst began thinking o self and he has thought of no other since When be supported Bryan so ardently he had an eye for the future and hand was itching for the Presidential nomination But the time was not ripe He thought that by supporting Bryan in 1900 he was casting bread upon the water that would come hack to him And the present situation shows that he was not mistaKen III Let us look for a moment at Hearst through the glasses of an interested observer Who is this man What has he ever done What are his good qualities We will try to answer these questions in sequence of order est He is a demagogue of the worst kind With him money is a means toan reachedIHis yellow metal he guages love and hate friendship and morals He goes on the idea that every man has his price and that a President ial nomination like a stock quota tion can be bought and sold So much for the man ad He is assuredly not a person who has done things They have always been done for him His papa gave him his start inglife and wasidevious ellewjournalistic ways He never delivered a speech in his life He never wrote an editorial for his papers They were always written for him by men of brains who were paid big sums to furnish him with a mind He buys the gray matter which God Almighty neglected to furnish him I when he lay in the cradle As a newspaper owner he has simply had sense enough to leave to others what he could not do himself a Congressman he was afraid SI getup and talk lest he should dis play his pitiful ignorance Indeed tan admirable rpcordI questionIare really unable to answer ihii itInever quoted except as a million aire Without his own mOtley he couldnt ever get a position on one nf his own papersIIn summing up the situation we antdliona whlc appeared recently magazineItw Grit is precisely what Mr Heart most lacks He is as cow ardly as any tricky agitator of the masses He fears his master more than a Senate slave fears the trusts He never dares to call his soul his own Mr Hearst would no more dare to speak the truth any subject in which working men are interested than Mr Rockefeller would about his religion He is a hypocrite through aud through a cheap vulgar hypocritewho would inflict any injury upon his coun try if it blew him any nearer to the center of attention This from a magazine which is one of the most conservative in Hearst served his God and his Country with half the zeal that he so hotly and passionately pursued some of the lower vices of life he would not now bs deft naked o his enemies so vulner able and assailable by those who desire to preserve our Constitution increase our civic virtue and who demand President whose private iitr is p rea President who is inspired by the love of his Country with the protection of our firesides and the sanctity of our homes Now Eddie uiy boy Go home light your pipe take your chair and go out into the back yard yea even into the garden sit down where the moon beams fall upon you and breathe in the fresh pure air from Heaven meditate in si teIof character and greatness of heart and mind above money then arise and do not forget your chair go back into your home look your bright eyed boy iu the face and CanIwere n voter SCRAPS 0 JET What have you toofiera bride I have 14000000 establishments in every city of the globe thirtyeightfa you Im sorry but I cant accept Yes but I also have a servant girl Darling I am yours Young Wife rather nervously Gilcook I must really speak to you Your master is always com plaining One day it is the soup the second day it is the fish the third day iu is the jointrin fact its always something br other Cook with feelingWellmum Im truly sorry fer yes It must must be quit hateful to live with a gintilman of that sort Be a Woman Be a woman on to duty Raise the world from all thats low Place high in the social heaven Virtues fair and tadiant how effortIThat shall raise ourjiature human Be not fashions gilded lady Be a brave wfaolesouled true woman It seems irreverent to laugh at the inscriptions on tombstones but some of them are so odd that it is impossible to resist a smile In a village graveyard in South Carolina may be seen the follow ing Erected to the memory of John Dawson who was accident ally shot as a mark of affection by his brother And this one in an Arkansas graveyard This stone is sikred to the memory of William Hardy who come to his death by foolm with a Colts volver one of the old kind brass mounted and of such 1s the King dom of heaven J y yr r4irrrroii i = THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lesson in the International Series far April 17 190 4esueTrear figured Tim LESSON TEXTIMark tI21 AJ after six days Jesus takoth with lendIcthtfcraiseSves nnd He was transfigured before them And His raiment became Ehlnlng ex cseaics white as srovr as no fuller 03 earth car white them And tyre appeared unto them EIJss with Moses anU they were talking with- Jews And Peter answered and said to Jesus aiMter It good for w to bt here and let us iTtale three tabernacles one for Thee and one for More and one for Elias For Ha vrlst not what to ray for they were sore afraid 7lnd there was a cloud that overshaC Hem and a vole came out ni tie coed lying This is my hdoved Son tear Him And uddHny when they has looted round about they oatv no man any more save Jesus only with themselves And as they came down from the mountain He charged them that they should tell no man what things they had seen tilt the Son cf alan were risen from the diad wtlthwhet tie Ear from the Gerrl should wear U dud they asked Him saylaK Why say tlvs scribra that Ella must first come Ana h answered and told them aJthingsof Man that He must suffer many things noughtIyou That EJias is lr have dons unTo him they listed as It Is written ot him GOLDEN THXTA voice came out of SonhearTHE SCrIPTURE SECTION Jesus Transfiguration Matt 17113 0218JesusTIME A week later than the last lwfoa Late summer A D9 Part of the OpoIAND cosnrEirrs INOTES days Luke says about He perhaps counts fray in any case the mean ing is plainabout a weel after the plain taUt Jesus had with his disciples about fits death Peter and James and John The three who were nearest to Him in heart and purpos A high mountain Some eminence In the foothills of Mt Hermon He Changedin mpreiIsoncannot be explained We may think ot it s the Divine nature shining out thecrisesMoses The latter representing the law and the former the prophets They i4ero talking with Jesus Luke says they ysre talking of his decease which he pas about to accomplish at Jerusalem Luke tells us that He went up into the mountain to pray And as He was praying the fashloa of Hs counten anee was altered We shall not do the situation justice unless we realize what the last tea aeelte had meant to Jesus lIe was lna sense an exile He had given Up hope cf being able to win men In any numbers by the good tidings thatisway from His people they would not rest till they had taken His life It was a time of mental struggle for Jesus and of the deopest perplexity lplesI for us to be here It was a most won derful experience was it to last stayIWithout stopping to think Peter sug gt ted the booths For he knew no what to answer This is Marks apol ogy for or explanation of Peters ill considered words A voice This Is my belooved Son hear ye Him The whole scene ending with this voice save the faith of the poor trusting yet perplexed disciples the confirII tIn it needed One of their great ptizslea was that Jesus said one thing about the Messiah and the pro phets seemed to say another From this time on there was to thorn but one authority Jesus himself The voice said Hear ye Him Should tell no man Till after the resurrection when it would not be misunderstood Jesus was constantly on his guard against popular misunder standingIs wrlttea of the Son of Man Jesus reminded the disciples that not all the prophets had thought of the coming Deliverer as the sort of Messiah popular Jy expected some of them ba- dtshlttbat He should suffer many thinks sad be set at naught Read the fiftythird chapter of Isaiah Even as ft is written of him ElijahNot prediction but history I Kings 19 Jews Interpretation of the JSlijah pro phecy was not the same as that of the disciples who thought it was fulfilled in the vision they bad Just seen He wanted to show them that suffering and persecution had been the lot of the worlds prophets so points out like nesses between the treatment of Elijah John and himself Figs and Thistles The biggest interest comes from what we give away You cannot do Gods work with the devils wages There are many kinds of Christians but only one Christ f There can be no living Christianity without a living Christ The man who is winking at iniquity today will be working with it tomor works is not tho price of a ticket to Heaven but the proof of tbs right to enter there Rftma Horn The Louisville and Nashville rail roar purchased a block of river front property in Cincinnati for terminal purposes The price was about i 000000 HALLS w fj f EWS ITEMS j There is grgat jy in the Igorrote rcseivalion aLhe Worlds Fair ssj four fat dogs will be served baked with sweet potatoes in their camp despite the therHumane Soeie4y- yThe hon brsof the seventeenth annual inter collegiate oratorical contest among the colleges of Ken tucky were wpn at Georgetown by Homer W Carpenter of Kentucky University The Russian fleet at Port Arthur has sustained another tremendous loss the battleship Petropavlovsb having been wrecked and almost its entire crew drowned including Vice Admiral Makaroff The ves sel according to official reports was steaming ont of the harbor to meet the Japanese fleet iu combat when it struck a mine and turned tattle The loss of He is believed to Lt about Boo Only fonrof the officers and possibly twenty of the crew are reported tobave escaped The Grand Duke was serionslj injured Official reports say that the Japanese fleet disappeared after the disaster but reports from other source say an engagement was in progress later in the dayI The news of the disaster hap created great sorrow in St Petersburg A requiem mass has beer announced to take place in the Admiralty church Tuere is more C TAElllI in this rectio of the country than nil other diseases put together and until the last few years was suniuised to he incurable Fora great many yeurs doctors pronounced it e local disease and prescribed toes remedies and by con tautly failing to cure with local treatment pronounced it incurable Science has en catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment Hulls Catarrh Curl manufactured by F1 w Cheney ft Co Toledo Ohio is the lollsitntionJcnrc on the market It is taken internally in doses from drops to a teaspoonful It directly yi the blood md mucous surfaces of the system They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure Solid for circulars and testimonials Address F J CHENEY lc CO Toledo 01 Sold by all Druggist cts Hulls family plUs arc the test CASTORIAFor Abe Kind You Have Always fought Bears thOrilf r6 The Worlds Fair StIouis opens April suth and closes Decent her ist The fair grounds cover 1240 cres or 607 acres more than the Colombion Expositiouat Chicago Commissioners Sale iKOCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT Scott McGuire Guardian Plff- Vs Notice of Commissioners S3oleI Fnlcy McGuire Den By virtue olia judgment and order of sale of thedjoakcastle Circuit Court1 rendered therein at the Feb term thereof in tliabove stj led action I shall proceed tp offer for sale at the front door of the court house inTit Vernon Rockcaatle county Ky to the highest dlijder at public auctaon Monday the 25 day of April 1904 between the hours of 8 oclock a m aud 4 oclock p m upon a credit of six month the following described property tojjit A tract of and located in Rockcas tIe county onhe waters of Crooked creek qnd being lot No 3 of the land of W IX McGuire deceased and the same that allotted to the defend ant as one of his heirs and which is fully described in tho petition in this action and containing jot acres mere or less For the purchase price the purchas er must execute bond with approved mrety bearing legal interest from he day ofB llcntil paid and having he force and effect of a judgrcent Bidder will be prepared to comply with th se terms R J VETHURUM M C R C C It Dtisif Scars Ftfcs to be told tho truth about GoffieTh toryeggsLlqn CoffM is pure rbolj xce flavtr end taifora PealedpackageLnQ and Bnifonnltr VEGETABLE SICILIAN flair Renewer Always restores color to gray hair all the darkrlch color Itu5 to have The hair stops falling grows lone and heavy and dIdandruff disappears An elegant dressingtiaSsrJ=S fYI I 1GOOD NEWSjTo The Ladies BANNER SKIRTS Come and See f+ ffi lowestIthe land for the least money UR 500 skirts are something OutotSight We have four colors to choose from We will make you one to imeasure for same money COME LOOK at our fi0our tgIYJour 200 our 130andour 100 skirts before buying elsewhere because we can save you money WE HAVE A FINE LINE OF Dress arid Wsf Goods co MEwe will lIe glad to show you through our stock C r r 8 7Ve will make pi ompt delivery pnone goods to any part of town F KRUEGER SONS KYI rvv bull have to hurryTo find a line of shoes equal to ours in honesty of construction or attractive appearanceWe the celebrated a Tennent ShoesIMade in Si They please eThe Celebrated Teulleilt Shoe IA LWAY3 preferable For nice fittitiir Style and Dura bility they have no superior JONAS Me ENZIE Sole Agent- Mt Vernon Ky c JfQ c ic GRANVILLE OWENS I UNDERTAKER if Brodhead Kyi Telephou Coffins All Mail FULL LIEI S B RAMSEYF- or Fresh Meats ofall Kindsi Give us a trial and if we please you tell others if not tell ns MEAT deliveied in any part of town SHOP in basement opnosito Coirt house EW r O x bliffNaCRiSaNT ROUTj z AND I SOUTt1fRNRAILWAYr TCHATTAI10003A SHORTEST ROUTE AND QUICKEST SCHEDULES ATLANTA SAVANNAH dACKOVltLEc1ADDRESS Gee E Clarke T P Aa9 E Main Street Lxln te n W AGarrett W CRinon OE THE P U L L INS BEEHIVE Latest and Best on the Market Tiylt and bo convinced that your bees will make more honey and do better thanin any other D C PULLINS Conway Ky t r M r VEBNOi SIGNAL N 11T VEUNON Ky APR 15 1904 I 79CI IfE Invun tn SIGNALZcut with G jS TIME TABLE 24 north 1206 p m 26 north 1a m 23 suuth 129 p 25 South ii3nnijes 1AS LA DRUM Agent Phone No 58 YttrcdC the 1ft reraa eat dce adiso wetter FEHSOSAJJ E B Miller is ahome from GarrardIMis Dick Cummins continues very sick Mrs Judith Chestnut is visiting friends here this week Andrew J Cress is thinking 0 f moving to MonUcello soon oflrheumatismwas friends and relatives here for a fewI days this week Mrs J E Houk who is at Stanford under treatment is im proving rapidly Mrs W M Poynter who has been very sick for several weeks is about herself again Mrs Emma Multins and daught er Miss Margarile Fish are visiting relatives in Tennessee Miss Susie Thoinpiou spent the week with her sister Miss Alza at Hamilton College Lexington Mrs Fannie Adams and Ali s Bessie Sparks are at West Baden Springs Ind to be gone several weeks Rev J G Bow Secretary of tJc State Mission for Kentucky preach ed at the Baptist church Wednes daynigln I John Farmer who has lteu livj ing in Madison for the pastall year has moved back to JcKeec Jacksoi county hrs Lottie Pugh of Pittsburg is with her sister Mrs L C Smith who has been very seriously ill the past ten days forI D C Pulling the Conway man was in London last i1ot ay showing his bee hives which are the best onthe market W H Pennington was in from Langford Wednesday and told us that his father Mr Henry Pent ington continues very sick Cashier V L Richards took IIVm1 Dud Adams son of James Adams who has been sick all winter is we are glad to say slightly improv ed Mrs Adams is very sick also Mr Joe Purcell who is being 1treated by Dr G B Lawrence for cancer is improving nicely The cancer is all out and the healing is all that is left Mr SJI Martin of Rockcastle is here to s e hs daughter Miw Sadie who i studying hortmid and typewriting indfr Miss 1111c li sInterior Journal 1 J McCallIthl old rich mrr chnt of Hazel atdi is takin few Jays out of the store Inoki g after thing on his form at Marct hung Sam Pcnningion has charge of tbestoreT has just returned from Nashville Tenn where he has been to accept a position as traveling salesman for one of thr largest loot and shoe houses in that city He has a splendid line alldI the merchants would do well to exI amiite them before buying LOCAL i Baled millet hay at Krueger o Sons Dr J W Grant tbe Ianea dentist who was well known hi is dead Judge D P Betburum and W A B Davis ire preparing the sheriffs tax books for 1904 White Lead Hammar Paint etc at Mt Vernon Drug Co apr t 54t Hickory nuts for sale 15cts per gallon ELMER LECHLEITER Mt Vernon Ky t w c Jy LIerIMt Vernon DrugCo apIS4tIDEADMr John W Kirbyas ansensorMonday morning after an illness of severalmouths of bowel cpnsump lion Henry Bales has simples of beIfor inspection He can make the very lowest prices Since moving into my new qua ters am better fitted to do nil class of clock and watch work S C FRANKLIN VjMtMrs Geo Mulltus daughter BHiford Cummins died Sundt morning from the effects of a bnrn which she received over a year age She was never able to walk aft she was burned shoTheFrankfort May 24 and 25 until May 27 at 3 3 limitedI round rip account of State treetj ing Grand Army oi the Republic RptlStImeet next Sunday week and select a pastor for the coming year All members of the church are earnestly reqqested to be present The grand total value of all pro erty assessed for taxation in Roc castle is 1162200 The as returned by the amountI eluding all exemptions 524775 This does not include the tharailroadsS C BlACK Eggs for sale 50 UNOReAI high scoring bird Eggs andtbe Show D S PURDOM mar i itf Mt Vernon Ky Come to S C Franklin and have your eyes scientifically tested an fitted with firstclais spectacles iiIbetit n pthaG We would suggest to those who ifxjHcl to take the examination May that it would be well to learn you can snout the Panama the republic of Panama and Colombia in the Sottt md Manchuria and Korea in the EastthiPRESIDENT EJECTED The trustees Central University oi Danville bya unanimous vote elected Rev Dr Fredrick W Hin itt Ph D D D now President of Parsons College Fairview la President of that institution He is out 37 years of age WlIi RAISE THE PR1cEolIan ager H H Jones of the Stanfo Telephone Exchange tells us that beginning May ist the rate on phones will be raised to 275 hutIItinned Some two years ago wit Mr A H Bastin of Lancaster contemplated the putting in another exchange here the St an ford exchange adopted the plan of giving county service free Un for tunately Mr Bastin did not carry his intentions for had he dune so raise would vtrv prohat lv have never been thought of Truly rnmprtit on thejife of trade In t iiir Jourtiii The Stanfrd excban is own d the Tennessee company a Klicensee of the Bell Telephone Co NOTICE toThe Republicans of Rockea count Ky are hereby cane m et at the court house in Vernon Ky at the hour o o clock on Saturday April 23rd i9f4 for the purpose of selecting delegates to the Republican State Convention which meets at Louis vine May 23rd 1904 to elect 4 delegates and 4 alternate delegatest from the State at large to the Republican National Convention at Chicago June 21st 1904 and to 5sterm creRepublHang icon Nicbolasville April 281hIgo for the purpose of electing two gates and two alternate dele toIber election and to elect a member RepublCommittee Eton G S GRIFFIN Chin Rep Co Comm 1 i u c Go to Krueger Sons Mt lie r non for millet hay DEADDr R H Lewis wife 5died last Saturday morning after illness of only a few days Mrs Lewis was rt daughter of Mr and Mrs W H Jones of Wildie and a most beautiful ardcharniing husIistirbbroes111IFI n a n Junctirr IshalFrve Haley and fohn Row7ee were instantly lulled and John ntry was slightly injured in thej gh The shooting occurred 0the front verandn of tile Stark Ho Styfb u N Depot Bad feeling hHOI existed since about a month ago whc en the marshal it seems threat cued to rrrest Rowzee for some oting that had been done in thfe passedI fortier Lebanon Jtiucti and came to Mt Vernon where he has been undergoing a course o treatment Wednesday he return ed to the Junction and bad on been there about forty minor when the trouble occurred FIaI went to the Stark hotel where TrkMartinIsa w warrant ed t he was not subject to arrest marIp a r at Halev who claimed t Row zee in self j his Just beli r tbs JHaley John Gentry a rakemaii to help him make the dopefell dead within a couple of feet ea hother After Martin a Gentry had emptied their pistols at eachother Gentry left for home and Martin reloaded liis pistol attdA severtoal were each shot twice and either of the shots would have proven tland struhck four of the men were formerjy of s county Martin Surrendered and is now in the Shepherdsville jail Haley left a wife and five children and Rowzee a wife and widowed mother Rowzees feThe mains were brought here yesterday afternoon and interred in the Cemetery Haley was buried at Stanford acnCordD S McKinney and W C Ai lies were in Mt Vernon V edn day chwn men Ballard Mullins and George Rcj enholdsAirs MnhslaCarson veto ed horne from tlt Vernon ofMarsballOwens of Maretburg visited his daughter Mrs Jan Taylor last week Little Miss Laura Anna Taylor is the proud possessor of a bran new organ gvmiten in honor of her 7th birth day anniversary 31supper corIdilIyWillie Mrs John Newland went to Mt Vernon yesterday to at tend the burial of John Rowzeti Eubanksto of Missh1t Lida SfCc ck rell Harry Bowman and Bill Mul lins attend church twice in Hone week Rev Geo O Barnes held services at the Christian Tuesday evening and 1Vedve morning Rev J G Bow cones pp secretary of the Baptist State Mis thefateweek of Rev preachtoed Gde at bItI Wdele M igatestoMrsHenviesBrowning and other Misses Mary Dyehouse and Anabel tarellhave returned fronj Je lico They w will probably make Jellico their future borneMac Mar Williams of Pine Hill and Miss Mary Tcre of Fulton are the guests of Mr Mrs Ed Woodall Miss Bessie Reynolds has returned to i Iaret burg after a visit with Mrs Geox Reynolds Mart Hicks and Mrs1 Sue Miiiljns visited their sister Mrs Nancy Cummins at Mt Ver non Sunday IrJalob Sun ok returned home last week fiom Cincinnati vi ry much im ArsQonJeo Revnnlds aril Certlrt d fretISndsrnioiul is Jiuprovinii njmiv Mrs M axScoqnE heresr nl Sanr onlrnt ul Sunday with tcr husband RInnnnplaud jiiWORLDS IfAia TKANSPOR TATION FACILITIKS o Stean Railroads will carry hourly Screentl anad fiom the Worlds Fair grounds The raiiroads of St Louis are perfecting a shuttle train service thlyn eesndle approximately 30000 pco pie an hour in each direction acks in Union Station and at orlds Fair Grounds will be theI aside for the exclusive usQ of this trafic The trains will consist of ten cars each with a seating tepees of 100 passenger Py runningI on a r25o feet block rains will be enabled to run one minute apart with safety In addition to this sbultle train service through passenger trains odrtingfOOlhour The street car compacses will rate seven double tracks from Puofthatnthey will be able to handle 5000 passe sbess per hour on each line conservative estimate of the minium number of passengers may he handled from the thatI the Worlds Fair Grounds is 80000 hour A LN Cheap Rates The first excursion of season to Cincinnati will run next Saturdaygo night the 16 and every thereafter until further notice fare from Livingston is 150 for round trippvagNashvillelimit ten days at 790 round trillfo count of the Southern Baptist nvention RATEUl foerates which will be effect ive April 25th and lasting until the ose of the exposition For season tickets tram Mt Vernon and 1925rnrates re exI1405 terOn May the i gth and 31st tickets wil be on sale at 985 to St Louis aud return with a ten day r POLITICS AND POLITICIANS Congress will probably adjourn the 28th of this month Ion Republican Senator Burton of s sentenced to sir months in jail willofficiate as a Democratic campaign document during the summer The Hearst men failed in their effort to control the Democratic tate Convention iu Kansas Six c the delegates are said to be for Hearst while fourteen are anti earst The Philippine exhibit is no Islayt t Hdingover the age of ten The democrats of Kings county theNation supor thepr si dential nomination ayaWaterloo in e Democratic prima failing to score a victory in an AIiiiares olis Aiis ready to abandon his candidacy for the presidential nomination h t r i ko tr Jo 4JC d YFORTHEI-1 i SPRlrG TRADE a o i r4iRa new stock of Spring Goods which is the best and mot S complete assortment evert1 o i brought to town i j WEHA VE a Wanttjcf 3 Come and examine our t 0 I stock and see if we aie not r correct tl iNaraad iZtts We take the lead Cone j I ci and see us get our prIces tr 1ell be convinced rv that we are right P Ip HOUKADAWSlhrqu fl rf k d LYi trr s ivx 10 h l C r 4 9 0Vr DAILY TOURIST SLEEPERS TO CALIFORNIA Iron Mountain Route operates llman Tourist Sleepers St Lcuis to California leaving 830 a m daily via Little Rock Tex arkaua Dallas Fott Worth and El Paso The Ideal Route to California Fast Schedule cheap Colonist rates in effect daily during months of March and April 1904 to California and the Northwest Pullman tourist sleepers via Mis souri Pacific Railway leave St Louis every Thursday ga9 m from Kansas City Wednesdays and Fridays 630 p ing via Pueblo D S R G sys tern through Glenwood Springs Salt Lake City to Ogden etc and Colonist rates to rious points in the West an- outhwest over first and third each month For map lders descriptive literature rates etc consult nearest Ticket Agent of address R T G MATTHEWS TPA 301 Norton Bldg 1Room Louisville Ky rowDR KOGERS PtIIEUMATIC REMEDl in stock we will send you two bottles by express charges RememberthiYguaranteed to cure Mention this paper when writing A THOUGHTFUL MAN N M Austin of WinchesterC Indiana knew what to hour of need His wife had such an unusual case of stomach ai d liver trouble physicians could not triedyDr KingsNew Life Pills amid she got relief at once and was finally cured Only 25c at all druggists Call at the SIGNAL office and get Tornado Policy on your property I GoToJic MJFOR fIS f IJhSII IimCHA8p i15I I h tWLUS GRIFFiNPractical LJndertker- and FLNER3L DIRECTOR 1t Vernon fir iStock Complete FINE HEAKSE Atlichirf fan lurnisli Alotrtlk Caskets mttd16ave Embalming done on short notice- Come and see ine anything I have not got con get for you lIt fir rain that leave the city OR DJ2RS by xvirc Promptly Filled I Phone No 6Z The World All Knows TItiltytheJlwhys Worlds Fail Line IIfyou have a trip in view to Evansville St Louis or to any point in the ret or Southwest RrstWiXIf tnere arc reduced rules in eitVet on account of ExIEMWOMACK G L GARRETT oiiy Passenger Ag llt1ttLYt1t11g Passgr Aijb L J IRVIN General Passonger Aeiit v Louisville Kentucky WORMS WHITES VERiHIFUCEB IL1U = Eta Quh For 20 Ye sJiJs anri mfieir 9dErsJ IIC J4 r e = Ar XzUGGrSTSPrepared UTJADES F BJUlAm7S Louk Sold by C DAVIS Mt Vernon Kv j jj T n 5000aooCash Given Away to Us rs of LION COFFEE I in 1S01 of Lion Coffee Not only will theWe are ronjj to be more liberal than ever to users LionHeadsfrit from the packages be good as heretofore for the valuable premiums we have always given our customers but In Addition to the Regulili fr Premiums the same LionHeads will entite you to estimates in our 45000000 Grand Prise Contest6 which will make some of our patrons rich men unsi women You can scad in n nioiiy ester asdesired There will be TWO RET CONTESTS i The first contest wilt be on the July 4th attendance at fhe St Lotrfs World Psi the relates to Total Vote For President to be cast Nov 8 1904 2uouou vH be clictribntccl 1 coh of these contests making riJ 4000000 on tile two an1o mate it itl more interest in Ltktion to this amount we will give a r I Grand Firsi Prize of 50000 Five LionHeads cut from Lion Coffee Packages and a 2 cent stamp entitle you I in addition to the reg ular free premiums to one vote in t either contest t lul IAIR attejanl CONTEST It tile St us IVORLDS Juy 11Z1 tt ndnc Si rO in i1 1 un r bore Jui 1th 14 w rel Sth1iZ trnextnarestecW r1rztPrtz aiOIK J2 5OOCO I Stond 2rtge JLOPOOO 2 Prtzea 6OOO0 Ich lOOOCO I 5 Prlzu 20000 OOOOO 10 Prz 10000 OOOOO 20 Pr1s 5000 OOOOO 50 Yr1ze 20I OOOOJ- flGOOOO250 Pr1fu 1000 i 180O Prizes 500 ooooooS- 2OOOOOO i 2139 PRIZES JTAL i 4- 2I il fI n 12SJj to Ptihii 45hi tici ban 13 rk 2Fhcllr in tiOF COMPLETE DETAUED PMTCULA S EVfi Y PAC AGE F- LiON l COFFEE JtiICE o CCNTST FT c Little OeorgPapa why do they ay tlis pen is mortr powerful than Jhe word inpa ISecause yon cannot sign with a sword my dtnrIThe above reminds thut it is said that no continental nation ol EuroiJc can go to war without first consulting the Rothschilds also of another A Royal pi inc culling one day upon the head of the Rothschilds found him busy with another person and Mr Rre1luested him to take a chair I am the Prince of was the reply Oh beg your pardon sir1 said lrR take two chairs The Unlucky Thirteen Prison Visitor What brought you lure my man Convict Superstition maam 1risou Visitor Convict Yes maam It was the unlucky 13 maam- Riison In what v3- CouvictVby the judge the jury united ngainst me maam David Innian1 said the leap year girl who meant business I i love you dearley Will you he my husband Why erthis is so sudden David Gie me lime to think Well she as she looked at her watch think The last cr Is due iutesThe Kentucky Court of reusxembled today for the April term Ar1roa know the that crtla pure rich blood Sarsaparilla Your irotlier granatijotli all your tiks used it They trusted Sarsaparllla Their doctors trusted Ycnr doNor trusts Jt itItru t it youx mf Tlicic hefith strcn ih Jn itlI utrt 1TTlhr rrrn 1lijt thin f1 11i cAyt aIit It it FINt1 AIIdrirr tiu Rich BloodAyers Pills are ently laxative They groatty airS Snrsaparill to the one wo jr nearest correct on both contetiiid thus your estimates have two opjortuntiesof winninga b cast prize rJ g cent PKESlDEftYZAL CONTEST tat bf tse 11 Io prr Vote ost for President vote fvT lcH H33feeoiii a th decsloa XoveajbtfMftU In 24iv n IStjsUSp oi void for Pncdcai Foraarest cor stnate rrceitt in Wooion Spice Cos oQice Toledo 40 ir iore Nov Wt iirrt prize for the nearest cor to tcneit neaostctcetcas follows rme S2SOOOO pcorsi rrlr i Prizes trOOOO eMl 2Ct lOOOOO- Prizes 100 lOOOOO tt- orrises 6OOO 100000 50 Prizes 2OOO lOOOOO- S Prlrcs = 1OOO H5OOOO- 18OO 500 OOOOCO- 1S9 ri ISISE TOTAL 6 St3 Dstrlbutcd the aggr t givo Ik Grocers G ss UO EE na z j N VOOlsot checks us anecdote Superstition Visitor Thirteen an quickt in fifteen it we ritt 00 1 The Other HalfAcaller stop ped at the house of John Duncan Brice and asked if he was at home Deedan hes not Can yon tell me where he is I could When notIAt his And who may you be Ii his said the rid ow and she closed the door A storm destroyed the the Japanese bazar building at the Worlds1 Fair grounds in St Louis TI other buildings were damaged MAKES A CLEAN SWEEP Theres nothing like doing a a Ihicg thoroughly Of all the Salves you ever heard of Buckleus Arnica Salve is the best It sweeps away and cures burns sores bruises cuts boilS ulcers skin eruptions and piles Its only 25c and guaranteed to give satisfaction Sold by all druggists GET THE HENDERSON KOITTEMBIT TRIP IIOUNDTIIIP ST LouisFIUI LOUISVILLE OX AC CHTT OF TH- EWORLDS FAIR Season Tickets1300So- ld Daily Commencing Apr 25 Limit 15 1904 0 Sixty Day Tickets r ioo Sold Daily Commencing Apr 25 Limit 60 days o Ten Day Tickets 1000 Sold Daily Commencing Apr 25 Limittodays including date of sale 0 Excursio115jOOi Limit6 days including date of sale juCoach Excursion Tickets are not good in will they be good for the checking of baggage SEJtYICEI JCSrCertainly YOU ARUI IGeoE M Womack City Passr Agt L J Irwin General Passr Agt LoUISvILLE KY PSJJR Printed blanks to ill vote on found in ever Coffee Pack 4 age The 2 stamp covers the expense of rour acknowledgment to you that your es71 It tjjsj tiinate is recorded VOTE cfiU1SctQflJIV First Priros FMzez t2OOOOOO gUng stkfltieii 59i20 agr2n TOLEDO haughty stammered rejoined Appeals medicine Im remains December Sleepers neither Lion One quarter of Leapyear has gone girls in order to impress the hays more fully should add after signing their name to notes Y1C Ayott may call again ARE YOU A DYSPEPTIC If you are a dyspeptic you owe to yourself and jour friends to well Pyspepsh annoys the djspeptics friends because his disease sours his disposition as well as his stomach Kodol Ihspepsia Cure will not only cure dyspepsia indigestion and sour stotnacll but this palatable reconstructive tonic digestant strengthens the whole digestive apparatu 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 bloOG and tissues and health the result Sold atChas C Davis drugstore The Hmband What Von dont ineah to say those furs were 3o f Yes but Im going to be very careful of them Iu fact I ordered another set for only 100 soas to keep these forest Your Heart May Be Weak One Person in Four Has a Weali Heart One or tlio surest signs of a wealI liirt is shortness of brcatU after c Yom heart is not able to pump the Wood fat enough to your limss Some of the other eymptnuis of Heart Trouble arc Pains In the Side Bade mil Shoulder Faiutlnp or WealSpells- Dry poush Swelllnu of Feet and Ankles Cold Feet or Hands fo ono can afford to allow a weak heart to go without medicine becauso 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 CuicIThe Heart Cure will do you good as a splendid tonic for the blood and nervtis anti will revitalize your entire jslcmIIFinally remember Dr guaranteethatIf it doesntyour money lack I was afflicted with heart trouble for aUrlghtattackswere orwherewouldsurviveeminentphysiciansm this source I began taking botswhich pr Mites ew heart Cure and bean yearshIltSJ0HN FREE Write to us fur Free Trial AntiPainOurSpecialistyou what Is wrong and low to right It COLtBOIIATO1IIES t CARROlL4t0 urblvTE FOR ArrnuATE nrtjf OK THI fisiK T Joint D Carroll of New if one of the best known law hr State has announced as iiinte for Appellate Judge in tIt rict suljrct to the action id Democratic party Mr Car rolls friends especially in UK leg prolLSsinnhavc for a long tine desired to see him on the tench of the highest court in tie State He has held several oiices of tnt ai n honor and in nil of them acquitted himself with credit When quite m1inof the Constitutional Convention and one of the throe commissioner appointed by the Governor to revise the statute laws of the State to culi furm to the changes made by the constitution and wis for three years chairman of the Democratic Stte Central Committee He is KentukyIKentucky Statutes law books that are in general use and tint may be found in the office of every lawjei in the State A man of high tegrity great industry with an extensive and accurate knovhedg- the 01 law andin the prime of life his large circle of friends believe he would make a splendid judge Trimble Democrat GOOD FOR CHILDREN The pleasant pleasant to take mid harmless One Minute Cough Cure gives immediate relief iu all cases of cough croup and LaGrippa be cause it does not pass immediately into the stomach but takes effect right at the seat of the trouble It draws out the inflamation heals hand soothes and cures permanent by enabling the lungs to contribute jiure lifegiving and lifesustaininj oxygen to the blood and issues One Minute Cough Cure is pIcas ant to take and it is good alike for young and old Sold at Chas C Davis drugstore A teacher in a certain school re cently received the following note from the mother of a boy who had been absent for a day or two Dere Man pUsc eggscue Willv He didnt hav but one pare joftrowsers an I kep him home to wash an mend them an Mrs OTooles cu v cum and et them up of n the line an that awt to be egg sense euufi goodness ioseVorse with respeck Mrs B A CURB FOR HEADACHE Any man woman or child suffer ing from headache hiliiousncss or a dull drowsy feeling should take Joue or two of DeWitts Little Early Risers night and morning These famous little pills are famous be cause they are a tonic as well as a pill While they cleanse the sys tern they strengthen and rebuild it by their tonic effect upon the liver and bowels Sold by Chas C Davis the druggist You ivever applaud at a con cert No answered Mr Cumrox If I enjoy a piece well enough to applaud it I know by that fact that it isnt the sort of music that mother and the girls would approve of applauding LIVER TRSUlndTiiedfordaBlacVDrsoght hi licine font or disease Itcrired uiy on nfter lie had sprat with doctors it iznil tho med icine takehiItSM- ARTIN CAVOLINB ParkersbuwV Va If your liver do s not let reg ularly go to your druggist and secure a of niedfonls ItlacbDnunrhtrand take a tIetoni bt Tliis famih constipatedhowels and cause a healthy secretion of bile Thedrords Black Draught will cleanie the purities and strengthen the kid neys A torpid liver invites colds biliousness chills and fever and allmanner of sick ness and contapion Weak kid DeS resnlt in Brights disease which claims as many victims as consumption 25cent package of Thedfords Black kertinI aped Thedfords Black Draught for liver and kduey com 11Idnt and found nothing to excel jtWILLIAM COFFMAN Mar blehead I- llT11EDFODV5 BLACK DRAUGHT 1d t I ljsreRAjl A ctiiitkPcparaiioitlrAssi- inhlaLiitg 11- tilentdiIlnt Jllla itlCbtflelclel1tJltu 5l2I 1 m 1i j aPro otc3 IiertioiiCheerrul floss and itCntafits neithe- iOphiiuNut iattc itoriuincra NoTNARCOTIC rJ1ir ullJllJ It II Aperfecl Hcm fOJconstjJ non Sour StotnachDiarrltmicn IiiI WormsCol1vu131onsfcwrjsh 4 IEw YOiKZ- XACT Ifl mtC f lI JY i111 I 0 WRAPPECI 1 t ASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Mways Bought Bears theI t i FigiiatureX Ioft I I 11 Itn1 Use lfi sJ f r Over t THY Years ORIAiIYpw iits t i r FRENCH LICK and- WEST BAN Springs highlands of Indiana a two hours ride from Ithere flow wonderful healing waters that youd spend LouisviiIeII 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 toIEurope for medicinal waters Tii2 water is as beneficial and the scenery and surrounding country the air and the oppor tunities lor recreation are better the hotels and all accommoda tions are much finer at French LickWest Baden Springs and this gentleman is a native of Switzerland The splendid wooded bills with tin coo invigorating air of these highlands wlicrc one eau ei joy rambles in th depths of the forest r0111Ithe splendid audexilerating casinos one can have all the entertain ment and social pleasure possible at the most fashionable resorts ON THE mmn ROUTE For booklets telling all about the woters Hotel Hates and Jail information write E H BACON DP A Louisville Ky mii rJrtlgtf i t f k1rAir KCIDENT ttylLIJ HflFPEN TO you 5 i ISo always keep in your home office shop and factory a bottle of ParacampbljFIRST AID TO THE INJURED The only sur quick relieving and healing remedy 1 H 111andisfactim1 than any external remedy you ever used p If it fails your money will be refunded So try it Excellent for Chapped Hands and for use after Shaving VJAtall Druggists SGcut 100 2cttlJ3 For sate bv SViT VERNON DRUG CO WNCH5TAR f FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUM SHELLS Its not sentiment that makes the most successful shots shoot x Wincbcstcr Factory Loaded Shells Its the re iZtlia suIts they give Its their entire reliability even ness of patteni and uniform shooting Winchester Leader SbellS 101 ed with smokeless powder rt1 are the best shells 6u the market Winchester Repeater shells loadedwithsrriokeless powder arc cheap in price but not in quality Winchester fk Nevz Rival bla powder shells are the favorite i Iblack powder load on the market on account of their shooting and reloading qualties Try either of J these brands and youll be well pleased They are THE SHELLS THE CHAMPIONS SHOOT THE BPK OF AT VERNON MT VERNON KY t L OPENED 1900 CAPITAL STOCK 15000 C C WILLIAMS PRES JAS T ADAMS VICEPRES W L RICHARDS CASHIER A B FURNISH ASST CASH DIRECTORS C C Williams Geo Lhesay A TFish SoH MattiriT Rod Perry J EHouk Weusoliqit accounts of firms and nidividuaLs Careful atten tion is giveuTbllectionSjentrusted to us friends and patrons are invited to call whenin townIIPhon NO 55JJ cc Villiam ATTORNEYATLANV MT VERNON KY eOFFJCE On arcl floor oi The Dank of Ml Veinon on Church street Special attention gives to collections Phone No So M L MYERS OFFICE PhONE No Will be in Emlxtlmer1Drntist In Und Jc very iOXDA Complete IIIHobcVdeis by Telej hone attend promptlyIfCy The VERANDA HOTEL JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR Stanford Ky Specially equipped for traveling men Sample room on first floor Bathrooms free to guests RATES 200 jer day Fowler Alhrlgjit3J- RODHEAD KY MANUFACTURERS OF Tombstones and- Monuments 1LL kinds of marble acd granite work neatly done Cutters carvers letterers andornamenters We make a specialty of high grade work feb 27 tf W M7 Francisco MONUMENTAL WORKS Brodhead Ky IGranite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones ALL WORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVEN j Fnfh Hofef BRODHEAD KY GEORGE JETER rRoP Headquarters for Traveling Men Good Sample Room Livery Attached The patronage of Rockcastle citizens specially desired Miller House HUGH MILLER PROPRIE- TORFleadquarters for Commercial Men iSTPorter at all trains1 u MT VERNON DIRECTORY COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURT Fourth Monday in each month- QUARTERLY COURT Fiist Moo thy in each mouth CIRCUIT COUJAT Second Mon Mondayintember MT VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month CHURCHES Services it the Christian Church Preach ing 1st i3r Suuiiaj s at a and at 730 p m SundayPrayeThe public are cordially invited to attend all services I thecThirdSaturdaySchool at 9 a tn every Sunday Prayer Jmeeting on Tuesday mahts MASONIC NeetsnllIonday CHAPTEPNo14tat 2 pm MACCABEES K OT TENT No meets and 3rd Monday at 730 p JASEHODKto CHAhC DAVIS B K I