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Established 1887 1 e epm I VOLlMB XVII MT VERNON COUNTY KY FRIDAY APRIL 22 1904 c XFlrlEI ArgUAit Mrs G tV hi ovvi inot expect ed to livt u a hor1 tim4t John tinker sold to Charlie Adams a cow and calf fur 528 Thomas Nicely bought of C C McClure a mare pice unkuovn Mr and Mrs W H Brown of Prtaditrsville were here last week visiting relatives G B Sutton entered schoolat Mt Vermin Monday to prepare for th examination in May Jacob Elder and Vm Owens are turning a huxter wagon now nay ing people cash for their produce Gillis Craig has been suffering considerably froai neuralgia and sore throat John Craig is on the sick list- Elmer Lng don hasreturued from the mountains Young Stringer returned but made good his escape again to unknown parts Eld Martin Owens is improving slowly John A Owens is able to be up again Mrs Barbira Rey rold hj btei v Oats s wnjt is over and seine corn planted in tsi put but it seems to us tin is o cold just jit this time to plant corn The road leading from W G Proctors store to Robert Taylors has been made a county road Why could not this have been done soonerA from D R and 0A Gentry now of Indian Ter states that they had considerable corn planted some lime ago so we presume the gentlemen are getting G and J M Craig sold to Jack Sutton a brse for 75 and bought of Rice Gooch a combined horse for 18 Also sold to James Uolman of Stanford a good marc for 125 DendMrs Steve Thompsoi daughter of Mr and Mrs Alex Wells died Sunday morning after an tine of only a new days A husban md mfan lahe sur xv and they together v tit ic heart broken tatlur ail mnhe have he entire symjwtlu ot the people Iliv remains wer lad to rest Monday evening in the old Freedom bury ing ground BOBBED THE GRAVE A startling incident is narrated by John Oliver of Philadelphia as follows I was in an awful con dition My skin was almost yel low eyes sunken tongue coated pain continually in back and sides jio appetite growing weaker day by day Three pb siciaus had given me up Thee I was advised to use Electric Bitters to my great joy the first bottle made a decided iraproveiient I continued their use for three weeks and am now a well man I know they robbed the grave of another victim No one should fail to try them Only soc guaranteed at all druggists George W Brown one of Nelson countys best men and who was in Gen John Morgans cavalry during the Civil War is dead at Bloomfield Kv BItOD1IEAl7- Wm Watson IS very sick Mrs Dr Gravely is on the sick listWell it does seem that winter will never brak Lester Hinton it now working nightsat this point C C Cable visited his best girl at Danville last week Charlie Hurt went to Pittsburg Tuesday to work as night agent for a while Mr Charlie Keialing aud sister left last week fur Knoxville to visit relativesThe crop is certainly kill ed this time and in fact all the early fruits IJ J Bower Jr of Lexington was shaking hands wffli friends here Saturday Mrs Lizsie Swiuford of Living ston was with homefolks Saturday until Monday Mrs Belie Hendetson of Low ell is the guest of her daughter Mrs E Newland Little Verna Jarrett Ins returned from a several weeks visit to her aunt at Livingston It was a mistake in last weeks issue about Bro Bows wife accom par vine him to BrodheadIiThe editors nal and Signal are on the wnr1 path Be quiet gents family quarrels are out of dateIThe farmers tare buying lots of fertilizer and from all prospects there will be a large corn crop planted in this section Mr Smith is helping Miss Ellen Butner talk insurance to the people Mesdames Jennie Paten Addie Riddle and Ferris of Crab Orchard were visiting Mrs R 14Coler last week GOOD FOR CHILDREN The pleasant pleasant to take and harmless One Minute Cough Cure gives immediate relief in all cases of coughcroup ad LaGripp Ic cause it does not pi s immediately into the stomach hot takes effect right at the seat of the trouble It draws out the inflamation heals and soothes and cure permanent by enabling the lungs to contrihue pure lifegiving and lifesustaining oxygen to the blood and issues One Minute Cough Cure is pleasant to take and it is good alike for young and old Sold at Chas Davis drugstore CJ An Undeveloped NegativeII nave been courting her for two years said the disconsolate one and I am certain that she will fuse me when I propose Ah that is interesting said said the amateur photographer a sort of undevolopednegative Drugs for Sleeplessness The use of narcotic drugs to quiet nerves and overcome sleeplessness is a dangerous practice and too much cannot be said in depreciation of a resort to such things The lead al most inevitably to the formation of vicious habits and a slavery wor than death Hats and Fur J Cos1VA V ITas Huff has moved fiom his farm to Conway- Leonard Watkins and wife of Berea were here Sunday The fruit in this section is reported as about all killed Mr P S Calahan who is in bud healthwent to Knox county this week to spend a few weeks with Cheaault J J Wood J H Sigman and others of this place attended court at Mt Ver non Monday Some of our farmers are trying the same old plan this spring to guard their crops with curr dogs instead of patching tLe fencing to keep out stock- Eccidently the new depot at this place is complicated from the fact that Capt Matlock passenger con ductor and one of the best all roundi railroad men on the line is quiring how to get in We would suggest that J J Wood the clever agent would invite the Captain to to1ke a lay off and cone down and he would tiKe pleasure in showing andexplaining the different de partments of th depot Mrs Pauline Shockley of was badly hurt by the south passenger train at this Friday evening of last week stepped from the train while it was in motion and was thrown on her head on the platform dislocating her right rist and ankle and cutting an ugly gash on her chin She fell against D C Pullins who was standing near by who protected her from falling so hard Had he not been there probably she would have been seriously hurt Mr A F Martin of Louisville lawagent for the L Nwas here Satur day after the accident to investi gate the matterLater Mrs Shockley is growing worse from her injuries and doctors Have been aa- A GREAT SENSATION pected to die had his life saved by Dr Kings New Discovery for Con ump ion He writes I endured insufferable agonies trom Asthma but your New Discovery gave me immediate relief and soon there after effected a complete cure Similar cures of consumption pneumonia bronchitisand grip are numerous Its the peerless remedy forail throat and lung troubles Price Soc and 100 Guaranteed by all druggists Trial bottles free George didnt keep his engage ment with me last night said the girl who was betrothed to himIId give olio apiece ofmy mind said her mother Just a little sample of married life suggested the father Written On a BrickThe oldest loveletter in the world is in the British Museum It is a proposal of marriage for the hand of an Egyptian Princess and it was made 3500 years ago It is in the form of an inscribed brick The Good Old Summer Will Come AND YOJ MUST HAVE s U 111 In II OUR ts Collars Cuffs Neckties Ready Made Suits for Men Youths and Boys IIStraw Hats II 1 uut Thetuou ligt11 III BereaI jruesdarmormng HIBrown Time Clothing anythingIIShi of all kinds Overalls Gloves andanyold thing you want to wear also have the greatest line of Tailoring in the United States with prices that will surprise you Ladies Skirts Waists and Slippers all nice firstclass and cheap A Complete Line of DRY GOODS and NOTIONS fFi We want your trade Come and see us fJ The leaders in their line 2 J C HOCKER CO- LIVINQSTONvKY s l Jr ILIn l OTSEEN Moses sad It is written that brethren shall net strive with or- 1g1inst each other We hope therefore that our res horripj editors will heed this t rsu ly hit of warning and cill in thr pups Big UITl1t h Unlock has a pnsiihii as tlavtinr ale nan with a saddle nnd harm ss firm lo cated I think in Iooey villf as he calls it and his territory is in the roughest part of Kentucky which makes it very hard on a horse to flallchase him a buggy which he accordingly did but before starting IItohim a well made and stylish set ov harness laid a lot of samples loosely in and after patting Billy art ranging his foretop and telling him how becomingly beautiful be lcokI ed rolled in hizseif and with noo checks in the left and a big black snake whip in the right hand he started for home down Dry Fork from Ntceleys stoic After proceeding a short distance at a slow pace and forgetting az we suppose the formidableness ov the iveepin he held in hiz paw he struck Billy such a blow that it aroused ever bit ov animal beat and hosspride that was in his veins body and limbs so he concluded that sumthin had went wrong with his master and he started with the speed ov an an telope pursued by the hunters hounds on the western plains Tubby dradped hiz lines hallood whoa Billy at the top steutosion voice but alas theretltl was noIhoa to Billy went the samples flying in every cr direction like dry leaves before a whirlwind Tubby waz too big heavy to Tall out ov hiz buggy and too badly scared to jump so there he sat asf glued to his seat until by Billy made a sudden turn upset the vehtckle and left him laying on his back still holding hiz whip and scouting whoa Billy whoa Billy but on Billy went leaving a hind pc wheel here and a fore wheel there if the top torn to shreds lodged high up on a limb bits of the be i and pieces ot harness like fragments strewed the road Billy arrived home with the collar throat latch and a small piece of browband still clinging to him The family took Billys back track expecting every minute to find Tubby a hort ribly mangled corpse but lo in due time to their great joy and utter astonishment found him sitItj ting in the middle the road IiIbladeThey asked if he was badly hurt and he claimed that his back bone a heINiceleys store that had heard the roar and clatter of the wagon and thought it to be another cyclone and began a search for the lostp wagon samples sc They soon collected enough of the debris of the buggy to make a new oneI a cart and a logsled and had a many basketfnlls left over Tubby said he couldnt account for the strange actions of Billy unless he got scared at John Graves who was sitting by the roadside arid acting very strange ly but the unanimous decision of audiences was that when Tubby walloped Billy so fearfully hard with his big whip that he turned his head and saw him seated in the buggy which scared him out of all his hoss sense Verytruly BUCK VARNON WANTED ISpecial Rerre ertative in ths county and adjoining territories to represent and advertise an of estalished business house of soli financial standing Salary 21 weekly with expenses advanced each Monday by check direct from headquarters Aorse and buggy furnished when necessary position permanent Address Blew Brothers 600 Monon Bldg Chicago Ill Call at Signal Office and get a storm and tornado insurance policy sr S iv 8j i rMI wi 9 i J V w f1iij t p + r L j fi t t 4tr it vi reJ f t ilU n MY A jCorning F v 1t I 2I E LP tII 1 T 1 l at ALL ND we continue to LOWPRICES withI 20 per cent 20J al on AL Manufacturers rNBest cents kinds best STAPLE anti FANCY at Mock Bottom IVirt Dont fail to make our store heiuloujxrters tvlten in silt lt t our prix berom going eisewnere Yours for bargain D A Livingston OUR NEXT CONGRESSMAN FOR SIGNAL In a former article we toad occa sign to compliment a speech oil- mperiilism made in Congress by e Hon George G Gilbert Re we read with pleasure anoth a speech by him on the repub lean party and what it stands for In this speech he makes a powerful summary of the tion fraud and chicanery the party to deceive and swindle the masses Any thinking democrat who will tread carefully these two produc conilto equal not the superior of any rcpre HouseiBetween Mr Gilbert and the relatup no nag uence nor personal interest whatever We simply believe in giving praise where praise is due and aid to he worthy Mr Gilbert has made publiour interest to keep him in service He is the right man the right place His educa ion and general knowledge are ofs that superior order that make himl power in Congress and cause him to be respected and admired bv members of the first order of in telligcnce and greatest influence Is there any possible reason why we shall retire Mr Gilbert andI substitute some untried and inex erienced matt True the very qualifications that make him eminent in the halls of Congress become to some degree source of weakness among the masses He can not and will not employ the resources of the bummer politician nor stoop to theI ring influence or chicanery so char acteristic of the mpdern aspirant True he has served three terms iJL Congress but this has been ably done and should be a strong reason for his retention there A valid economic principle in business is to retain a servant who proves himself to be capable and trusty It seems to us that the question of our next Congressman narrow- itself to the fine pointwhether we shall experiment with an unknown and untried quantity or hold fast that which we Have vtried and know to be capable and true REPPERTdPoor Feebles about to be operi ated on for before you begin I wish you wonldI rend and have our pastor Mr Harps come over Dr Cutter Certainly if you wish it butahlFeeblerId like to be opened with prayer R Published Every still Lead Cut on Shoes ICut aii Hats CLOTHING Cost GIJOCKRIKS Liyiri1iort VIS Ky practicedt appendicitisDacto Friday ROCKCASTLE WE LfI tRAli OK Mi AIM Miss Winnie Condor continues quite sick J PI Collier has been troubled for some time with rheumatism Miss lIa Holdam is suffering with severe cold not able to leave her room Her many friends hope to see ItcrlgacS10r4rw II wpTss- Mrs C H Singleton and her ti bright little boys have re turned from Henderson X C where she has been visiting friCUblJ T Chadwick was Itfather ittwith him IYe would like to have BuckI Varnon give ussome in about March borrowing twelve days from Aprilre always In thought it an idle saying The postmaster received a pres cut of a barrel of fine apples from some unknown friend a few days since He has enjoyed them tinge or at least his better half has J R Edmiston ays he has been troubled with rheumatism iii his feet for over a year until he tookj three bottles of Lquizone and ince has had no smpoms of the disease Mrs Jno McCarley incur last Saturday night with her grandfather Isaac Whitehead She was accompanied as far as Brodhead Iy Miss Belle Meachum who spent night with friends at that place They called while on their way home and took dinner Sunday with Mrs Patten Mesdames M E Fish S E Brooks Katherine McAlister and Mary Bronaugh all widows dined with Mrs Patten on Monday last I believe we have more widows in Crab Orchard than any town of its size in Kentucky 27 in bcj town and suburbs and we have only four widowers who are all gelling along on the shady side o oflthemyou ask any of them how old they are MANAGER WANTED gentlematrmanage v and adjoining territory for well and favorably known house oJ solid financial standing ooo expensesI perrmanent Address Manager Sic Como Block Chicago Illinois The original indictment of Aaron Buir for treason long suppcsedto have been lost has been found in the archieves of the Federal Court at Richmond Va I1ININt COUNTIES Dr Frederick W Hinitt lass cepted the presidency cf Central University rIIc tenderloin district of Frankfort The Shelby Newasa via kflL Ll l1its lRLcteler5nn county arc murkable woman Mrs ltaa Pr ry who has ttfieen children S grandchildren 91 greatgrand children anti 5 great reatgrand chiblreu or a total of H 4 livens descendants She i in good health is but 79 years of age ndIldicctcrSaturday ami it vans decidcat to hold three days fair beginning July soth lrR H liromutgh was elected president and Mr W Ii Wallin secretary Good selection both of them Interior journal W P Walton secretary of the Kentucky House of Reform Board has sent to the various Count Judges a coniutuuicittioti to the effect that the House of Reform ill Fayette county is crowded and ttoit lit will be impossible to receive in mates for some time An effort was made to have the last Tegis filature appropriate 15000 to increase the capacity ol the home and failing in this the Board of Trustees has srnt out the nntifi t lion Mr Henry C Thompson of Lou don Ky has been here for several days going over the ground with the agents and civil engineers of ofIcompany M r Thompson has also examined several plans to ascertain the eat ol building the elevator and it was said by an associate of rhis that negotiations had already erectionlgentnot discuss the project but intimated that negotiations had been open ed by Mr Thompson looking to the building of a mammoi th eeivator for coal Courier Journal h CASTOR AP- or Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the eaiRnaturof lf fff IDisposition of the estate of the late Charles L Fair has been ordered made to his sisters Mrs Herman Oelrich and Mrs W K Vanderbilt the estate is valueu at 040000 from which claims ot about 83260 x are to be deJuct J r s n MT VERNON SIGNAL FRInAY APHIL 22 1901 Publishd tdy Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR Sioo tterxia rr rates ma le krwryi Ina l Hmtilllj JfOX 1 ii 3IOOKI3 er cnnnty is a candidate for Can rress iu tie Ei thtitiicf to succeed lion LrT Oiiliicii jnvctto thj nction of the t emoor to yartr Totrrnppcrtkenrce t v r 3lirittrtihslwMbn this issue we publish an u tide written bj Mr J R Rppert netting forth Ins rcas mc why Hon G G Gilbert should b returned to Congress It is not 1t11t1nc e to take ispue with Mr Hei pTC at all for we cheerihlly his artier siring gr c him spce for at all times to e perfectly fair with tile opposition especially vVcn it couiC in onr own party Vr hwc uot a word to say against Mr Uilleit but on the other hsnd Iwve much praise for him and shriiU he be the nominee we can heartily aid irheerfuily give him our support for it was for him that ire cast our first Tote aid are proudof the fact that we did He has been a true anti faithful npr ntativ eler ready to do the bidding of his constituency The time is approaching nigh when the democrats of the Eighth Congressional dstrict are going to he called rpi to name a man who will he their standard hearer at the coming November election Ir the field for the nomination there are already three announced candidates the Hon G G Gil pert of Shelby Hon Dan Mootc ni Mercer and Hon Harvey Helm of Lincoln Which shall it be As stated before Mr Gilbert has been a valiant officer and has done yearIlongit the spirit of our constitution and was it the intention of aver fore fathers who founded this the grand est country the world hat evet known that those placed at tin helm should remain for a life time Nay uotso Washington refusal of a third election should be pre cadence for all officeseekers Col Moore is a lifelong trueblue dem ocrat and should he be the choice o the mnjoiily would be an honoi to the district The last but not Icrst of the aspirants is our good friend Harley Helm a Chesterfield iu appearance a Marshall on tht stump aud a Carlyle at his desk In years he is the junior of either of the gentlemen but in experi ence in many respects he is probab ly the senior of either and if placed in Congrecs would stand cheek hy jowl with any who might oppose him The last thing we wish to mention is the geographical situa lion of Rockcastle relative to the other counties from which the vari oils candidates conic Shelby in the extreme northern part of the district Lssoire hundred miles away Mercer between forty and fifty vvhile Ifiucofn forms a part of our ijofibxtesitrn boundary line and by reason of such location it is there that we may expect our closest ties of love and friendship to exist It was there that a number of Rock castles noblest citizens have gone and been honored in office by the voters of that county The good hook says Love thy neighbor as thyself and the Hon Harvey r Helm is our very very close neighbor EDITOR YAJTOK makes a big ado gout our inconsistency because in one issue we said we were wil ling to give Mr Heart credit for all he deserves If that i moon sistsncy we are guilty of the charge for we are still of the same mind but we are glad that our inconsist ency does not effect us in the way that our good friend Ed Walton is effected by his consistency in preventing us from taking a stand before we know what is going tobe the popular side HON JOHK SAM OWSIEY JR of Stanford and exCommon wealths Attorney of tiri district has announced himself candidate for County Attorney of Lincoln Mr Owsley is one of the ablest prosecutors H he State and it is very probaMe that he will be nominated without any opposition from the Democrats and opposition by the Republicans in the final race would cut but very little ice t EDITOR WALTON of the Interior Journal if one of his fits of pas sion criticises in a verey severe manner the editor of the Mt Ver non Signal for the attitude taken relative to the Hearst Presidential boom Had we known the serious effect that it was going to hat e on Brer Walton to speak a few truths about Mr Hearst we would probably have refrained front speaking so plainly but we thought the edi tor of the 1 J was acquainted with the facts as we gave them about his devoted friend Ah Brer Walton dont worry yourself about us hav ing to bolt the ticket should Mr Hearst be nominatedof which there is Kite probability This we have never done and should such action ever take place we earl rest assured that the editor of the 1 J would be with us unless held in line by a donation of 250000 to the campaign fund If it has reach r1a point where a mans strength socially morally politically and otherwise is counted by the amount of money contributed to the campaign fund God forbid that another generation should ever rise to see such a deplorable state of affairs CoxGUKSsiiAX BAKER of New York has a keen senses of justice He has made five efforts to hitch on to appropriation hills a provision reimburse the railroads of the country for the amount they have expended in deadheading the President and his suite The Re publicans do not appreciate Mr Bakers liberality In fact thty seem to resent it They probably think that a frequent railroad train is a proper perrequisite of the executive office A MONUMENT in the form of a drinking fountain has been erected at Burstow England on the trough of which is this inscriptinniIn memory of the mute fidelity of the 400000 hotses killed and wounded at the call of their masters daring the South African War What a comment on war SENATOR GORMAN says he doe not know on whom the Democrats will unite out that the party is going to present a united front and win The unanimous instruction jf New York for Judge Parkei indicates that he will be tine man TITS Census Bureau estimates that our population will increase a nillion a year even if President Joseph Smith enforces his decree that nobody else shall have as many wive as he has- According to Editor Walton of the Interior Journal any human being who donates liberally to a campaign fund is a suitable candi late for any offie he wonts even the presidency YOUXGHUSBAICD is the uxorious name of the British Colonel who is sctively teaching the Tibetans the beauties of civilization and Christianity with a machine gun OThe Evening Post the Interior Journal ana John Vhalleu are all three for Hearst Trio illustrious Aitre vflir POLITICS tND POLITICIANS The Hearst Agents in Tennessee have given up hope of capturing the delegation to St Louis Mr Bryan is said to have soured on the Hearst boom for the Democratic nomination for President The taking of testimony in the Eleventh district congressional contest will begin at Washington May 3rd fheRepuhlicmLeaders in Congress are still hopeful of so shap ing legislation as to reach an ad journment 02 April 28 sippiiuhe considers President Roosevelt the nations greatest peril Democrats of New York in Ifhe at Albany by a vote of 140 adopted a platform in their delegates to the na tonal Conventional support Judge Alton B Parker for the presidential nomination Hearst delegates to the uum IThe about 100 bolted the New Jersey Democratic convention at Trenton and elected a contesting delegation to the national conven tion The regular convention elected an uninstructed delegation William C Ovens was declared the nominee for congress in the Fifth district by the Republican District Committee which held the candidacy of Chas A Parker to be invalid because he bad uo presented a list of el ection officers along with his announcement It The destruction of theroyal pal ace at Seoul Korea caused a loss estimated at 3000000 o srYu1CIt ATS t 0 31 JET The body of the late Herbert Spencer was cremated And what of his soul TeacherNow Tommy can you toil me what it is that makes sell hunt for ronutyGirlst diJsuits but none that is more sure thin the sense of power and self reliance with which it invests its possessor Mr Reed Smoot has conIivention of Utah Do you think h piledjSbtsIFirm ChoiceYotmre the 5rt gr1OJ Oh dont she said For whether or no the past is past The point now is to make me feel Quite sure that I shall be the last claimIcookjedfoodWell answered Mr Sirius nark ofISuch Nice Long OnesFarmer Sawyer what is your daughter Mary going to he when she finishes at college Wall I kinder reckon shell cadi school She thinks shed like the vacations It What do you think of the new Japanese ultimatum asked the young man who was trying to make conversation Very nie answered Mrs Car nacal although to tell you the truth I like plain oldfashiojiec frutts the best John and The Old laulne- ver see John these days Where is he now Hes off somewhars alarniu of Latin an1 Greek And whats the old man loin Splittin rails in dialect for to pay Johns bills errIman Anthony has finished what is probably the oddest bed quilt in the country It is a patch quilt made of 14600 pieces of sit or all kinds ajicl colors nod every piece of silk came from a different brides hat He Had a Way With Him Jane Seymour was boasting to Anne Boleyn Henry has just asked me for my hand she remarked tbeIshowed both ladies granted the quest What is your name inquire the Justice Pete Smith responded the vagrant coutinuedI presentijnstRetired from circulation for days pronounced the Court dryly Asked and AnsweredWhat is your idea of love asked the dear girl wbo was scheduled to gradu ate during leap year Love answered the old bach inipatent restorers an obsces siou that causes two otherwise sane young people to flee front iheir happy homes and go to livingin a flat a Moral There is an old 1With a Greek maiden named She wanted to be fieud with Lucinda a very gay and worldly woman One day she said to her father Sophroniusf HI would- hke to rail upon Lucinda May I go today I cannot allow you to do that my daughter replied Sophronius But father you must think m exceedingly weal if you suppose I I should be injured by going said Hulalie crossly Her father stooped down and picked up a piece of dirty coal and held it out Take that in your hand my child It will not hurt you She did Her fingers became underjstand Do you see the l blnckensIGreek Bad company if ft does slut burn =i SiT ljS hasJeceiedInforthe Imperial Japanese railway Emperor William visited Mr and Mrs Cornelious Vanderbilt en- board their yacht at Syracuse Sici ly ouIbolOhtRttd EastjIIt is estimated that the cost ofj repairing the damage from the ex plosion on the battleship Missouri will be about 10000 Thomas W Lawson of Boston announces that he is preparing to enter upon a campaign against the Standard Oil Company Sadie Halesafour hundred pound seventeenyearold girl was smothered in her own flesh so the Coroner said at St Joseph MoIJudge Cleveland at Conn refused to remove William IIestatearmy has been placed under arrest for declaring that he had been sland Bred arid was suffering from military ostracism ConIgredefray tile expenses of the trans portaticn and burial of the bodies of the victims of the esplosioi cf jthe Missouri Hugh Mulholland formerly post master at nacl ncalivs sentenced to twentynine day sin jail at Brook dIguilt to 25 stolen trading stamps And ev Carnegie has givens Ioooac as a fund for the benefit of dependents of those who lose their lives in heroic efforts to save their fellow men or for the heroes them elves if injured only Twsntyseven State Legislatures Maxiico having ralme the new const tutionil amendments extending time presidential term from four to six years and creating the office Vice President the Mexican Con gress will now formerly declare that the organic law has heart so amended rcetientcountry to otler put together rod until the last few years saDjioictl tote incaniSiJe Fora grout many years docfnrs pronounced iL local Il11escrihftllocJ1renwdiel amt byeon stanly failing to pure with local treatment- ironounctil it incurable Scicnca has jirov catarrh to be n constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure maunfactnred F1 onySsilken internally in dines from drops to a teasjwonful It acts Ii rectIon the Mood antitnttcous surfaces of the system They rJoikr one hundred dollars for any ease it fails toonre Send for reulsrsmid testimonial Jcrefl F1tIIENFCOToledo O Sold liy nil Drnjarist cts halts fatally are the has AX IMPORTANT 0 DECISION Oi Friday the Court of Appeals interneat to every National bank in the State It was on an appeal from a taxtalion Th court says that it was held under the previous statute that the shares of stock in national hank might be assessed to the shareholders by the assessors and should bs given in by the share holder in the list of his personal property and that the net of 1900 did not therefore make thatjtaxa ole which was not taxable before l but simply provided another mode for the assessment of the shares of stock and the payment of the taxes The court says it was the dutyof the President and Cashier to list the shares of stock with the Assessor It also says that while neither the bank nor its President nor its Cashier is the owner of the shares of stock the bank is made by the shareeholder and the notice lo it is a no tice to his agent within the meaning of section 42P The act thus held to be valid and another act placejlhe ICall at Signal Office and get aI 1storm and tornado insurance policy fAyersPillsWant abeaatiiulbnwaarrlchbiacitP Us4S J Ayers Impure blood always shows somewhere If the skin then boils pimples rashes If the nerves then neuralgia nerv ousness depression If the Sarsaparillastomach appetiteYour remedy used For 6Q years ret tnnl tror t t tan oar I aca a tract ens lie bag and mr sorAyeiaSar3apztllac Soxtttas GerauteeFs Ulnbottle a casit forron Impure Blood Aid the Sarsaparilla by keeping thr tweI5 reKUr with AyeraPiIIs Administrators Sale At the late residence of Julia A Lair I will sell at public sale on TUESDAY APRIL 26TH 1904 all the personal property belonging- to her estate towit One horse one mare two cows one wagon one mowing machine farming tools and household and kitchen furai ture Will rent the farm for this year Terms of sale credit of six monthsIIt F L THOMPSON Ac1U MATRIMONIAL r11 A lay days since a comeiTy of errors was enacted in the parlor of the Wellington Hotel at Evaiwil Ind Gus Meyers and Miss Pearl Owen of Sebree came there accottlIpanicd MeyersIMagistrate II F Schrader who came to Ihc hotel and by mistake married McCurry and Miss Gray son When he realized his mistake he turned and united lleyers and Miss Owen McCurrj said it was rot his intention to get married entIto he ceremony legal The Democratic and Silver par appointed1ntional convention IInln encounter at Cumberland Gap John VJRht was killed and Silas Ismas wounded Both men were susnected of robbery and an ittemnt was being made to arrest them Commissioners Sale KOCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT Scott McGuire Guardian riff Notice of Commissioners Sale Fulcy McGuire Deft By virtue otR judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court rendered therein at the Feb term thereof 1901 in the above staled action I shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the court house in Mt Vernon Rockcastle county Ky to the highest rUdder at public auction Monday the 25 day of April 1901 betrrecn the hours of 8 oclock a m and 4 oclock p m upon a credit of six month the following described property tow t A tract of land located in Rockcas tie county on the waters of Crooked creek and log Ko 3 of the land of W D McG11ir deeeafled and the same that was allotted to the defendant as one ofhia heirs and which is fully described in the petition in this action and containing 406 acres more or lose For the purchase price the purchaser must execute bond with approved fromIBidder will 00 prepared to comply pronptly with these terms BKTIIUUUM i1 C T C C it Datsnt Scar FItto bs told the truth about Lion Coffee The scarecrow coffees are those factoryegos whntenxepag o8atdISugarcoated easy to take mild in action They cure constipation biliousness sickheadache SSMraSS1 DYE niTI a Ill It r 00 1 I COODNEWS jTo The ladies1 BANNER SKIRTS Come and See rf+ o HESE SKIRTS are of the beat goods for the prices They are made better than any other lowestIthe land for the least money U R 500 skirts are something OutofSight We four colors to choose from We will make you haveImeasure for same money COME LOOK at onr 750oui 3OOour our130andou 100 skirts before 200Ielsewhere because we can save you money WE HAVE A FINE LINE OF Dress and Waisf Goods coM Ewe win be glad to show you through our stock CaFF L one 87 WP will make pjompt delivery t or all goods to any part of town F KRUEGER SONS MT VEKXOX KY rYoulr have to hurryITo find a line of shoes equal to ours In honesty of construction or attractive appearance We han le the celebrated u Tennent Shoes Made in St Louis They pleaso everyone The Celebrated Tennent shoe A LWAYS preferable For nice fitting style and Dura bility they have no superior JONAS Mc ENZIE Sole Agent- Mt Vernon Ky c q cs JQ GRANVILLE OWEN S if1 UNDERTAKERI Q Coins FULL Cn LnFiAll Mail Telephon orders Promptly Filled C IS B RAMSEY IFor Fresh Meats ofall Kinds us a trial and ifwe please you tell others if not tell ns- MEAT deliveied in any part of town SHOP in basement opnosite Coirt house tOUfINCRfSCfNTROIIT 7 i AIV 1 SOUT1iERNRAj akSlj SHORTEST ROUTE AND QUICKEST SCHEDULES ST1rENI tCVOKVtLl F lGTONI f 8trt41NG11AM JACK +U n4v 4 SriR YHPfJw2T NeOR1aANSHad TEXAS POINTS U l r PjlGeofVl Rineal5Oni T THE PULLINS BEE HIVE Latest and Best on the Market mdr3honevD CPULLIXS Conway Ky ti a 0 MT VERNON SIGNAL all VLttsoi kr APR 2 1901 II I Cull lit 79 when-you lvr t to Cnnuunl-Cllt with SIGNAL =0 fG W 21 lLOUISVLLC4NS MvItcn nJTIME TADLEI24 north 1206 p 26 north I a m tI1lIPhontertCf 1t Pat eate 0tollcla ra1 manu PERSONAL s Charley Simpsou is here from Wilton Jim Proctor was in from LilyI Saturday Mr Junes Frenchof near Living ston is dead Mrs Ccnn is visiting Mrs Cher t rv at Brodliead tolhLouisville Wednesday Mrs Oscar Bo tic is suffering from a felon on her hand Will Fish and Victor Tate are at home for a few days visitop1Coun Brown was at home from Central University Sunday Jasper Rickels is able to be ou after a long spell of sickness Atty J W Brown made a tri over in Jackson Wednesday G B Sutton entered the normal class at the college Monday Dr Davis was called to Living stoa Monday afternoon Mrs Thomas Hansel is very sic J at the home of her father E B MillerA year old chili of W H crIeiWanfew days since whfordis dipaired t financier J P ofIone day last Dr Lawrence has been suffering for the past week with a severe attack of the grip Fritz Krueger has contract for putting up a high school bnildin at Martin c IIlemonthem among the little folksIJames G Pennington of Jackgr son county is visiting his Dr M Pennington this place Mrs Willis Adams will leave right away for St Louis She will run a boarding house during the fair R L Jones has moved to hi mothers farm near Pine Hill and John Cummins moved back to town Eugene aud Walter Mullins and Den McClure will travel with a Carnival Company thi sutMiier aste musicians Mrs j E Hmik whit iat J seph Price Infirmary Sm dthe where gi d M lesrn is rapidly P iII grTne lion It B KKIJ if Lin coin was here Monday He is tit father of Mrs E Fishback t Livingston Hldfnlcame a days with relatives heie andut Level GreenIJoshua Boreing Jr business manager of State Colhge Lexing ton visited homcfolks near Brod head this week Jim Davis Q C conductor is here visiting relatives He is just recovering from a wound in the leg accidentally received some time agotat tending the St Louis school dentistry will go to Oklahoma and practice his profession during va cation Chas Golden and famityhae moved from Iouisville to Missouri Years ago Mr Golden was a rakeI man on this road He married Miss Mnllie Myer of this count Misses Rosa it lan Lucy Baker ard Retie Penningon paid it office a pleasantcall yesterday after noun Mss Dolan will lea r rItLouisville tomorrow to he go several days LynuCfeyof is where they hope to secure situ- tionsin a t Worlds Fait grounds Miss Susie Thompon of Mt Ver McClaryIntetior FADEDl sd 4 t LOCAL IDled millet Lay at Krueger Sons Judge Adams is tracing Main St gcleated from end to end Go to Krueger Sons Mt Ver non for millet hay The doctors report more sick- Tessin last two weeks thau usual Neaiy all the peaches and pears in this ccunty have been fatally fronted 1The oldest inhabitant never saw such nn April for meanly cold weather The case of smuall pox at Climax has been taken in charge by board of health White Lead Hammar Paint etc at Mt Vernon Drug Co apr 1541 The race for precinct chairmen is warming up in Republican rank c in this county Every tow has some cantanker dUsty contrary men Mr Vernon is no exceptioa to the rule heTraegerwithin the corporate limits ot the town all goods bought of them Preaching services at the Presby terian church next Sunday morning and evening All are cordially invited It is time to take Becks Liver Pills 40 in a package for a dime lit t Vernon Drug CoiI 51t Henry Pales has samples of nil bte glad to bring them to your homes youP theIlings Bethel Freedom Providence countiesLnames are ItDo1cli tr g saw art other voou work burned except the shed ich yeas not injured Loss shout t3j CHANGED TImOI1 Sunday May ist anew schedulb goes into effect which changes the time of 26 the north bound passenger train due here at 137 am about two hours making it due to arrive here at 337 a1mt Orga JohtYi Riddle and a slater Jas odconsumption The burial took place at the family burying ound nearCove POSTPONED The meeting of the Eighth Congressional District Committee has been postponed from the 20th to the 29th of April A dispatch from Lawrenceburg prismary ca Hon Robert Evans of Danville spent a short while her yesterday in the interest of his candidacy fo Democratic Sjste Central Commit man Mr Evans hasa nnmhe- of friends in this count j who will witoplace We understand that J J Law b contracted for D S Pur doms residence in the Western par rhrumatisfn Mr Purdora is compelled to gtii nMtry county citizeniIWe are pleased to note that on 14th 1904 the city of Cin cinnati 0 awarded to the Big Hi Coal Company of this place contract to furnish to the works af that city not less than each and every day far t anofd which will amout to over thousand tons or two thousand car loads This is the largest coal sectionIIHill Coal Co secuvdit against al competitors and after its coal was LinsVirginia and West Virginia coals has also several othor tar 3nras several of our local citizens are interested in this company we are glad to see the prominent position it at once took in the coal world BrushIl Yo yyJyJ gnarIdianSteve Ramsey bought some butcher stuff from W M Poynter at 3 cents Marriage license was issued thi week to GA Bullock and xMiss Fairlena Carpenter J W Mauler says he is a cardsre date for Republican Committee man in the East lit Verion pre duct The Republicans met in convert tion in the court babe here Sattir day to name a time and manner of selecting precinct committeemen and it was decided to hold precinct mass conventions in each of tin Wednes1daselecting such committeemen READ FAR AND EARIn the weeksIsonal stating that U G Baker was suffering from an attack of rheuma tism Yesterday Mr Baker received a letter from a specialist at Battle Creek Mich stating that had read the article and claim to be able to cure the terrible disease wanted a triadon Mr Ba ker who promptly repondedI L N The L Nwill sell tickets to Frankfort May 24 and 25 limited tIingThe L N will sell tickets to Nashville May the 10 n and 12thj limit ten days at 790 round tri 1enaccount of the Southern Baptist C gWORLDSThe L N have made the fol lowing rates which will be effect ive April 25th and lasting until the close of the exposition For sea son tickets trom Mt Vernon and return good until flee 15 1925 Sixty day excursion rates for rn trip 1610 Fifteen day rel rates 1405 On May the loth and jist tickiets will be on sale at 985 Louis and return with a ten day limit 1 COLLEGE NOTES The Commencement exercises will occur May 16 u7 and iSth The Baccalaureate sermon wit SundayMapiatt Jr who will deliver the disrourse upon this occasion of unusual tnI terestIWe are Jratt fiIthe public that Judge R G Wil Hams will deliver the Class Addres- Besices the regular Commence meat exercises there will be some fine selections for declamation some pantomimes and a play or two which promises to be of more thap ordinary interestWThe Ideal Entertainment Company will be present to furnish a CorngBy previous arrangements this company is to furnish one of their superb entertainment the evening of bray 18 They area high dos a1uiPPeror ertamineut alrto on ih Commencement and take note of the voluminous Invitations which will soon he on the wing on th eatstumps and on the fence corners BKODHEAD DISTRICT SUN tTIONCONVENII Sundayschoolt at ay est 1904 PROGRAM Exercisees W Brock 210 p m ID1nano p m Response by Vice President A E Albright 1ieetinrSundaheCummins M G Fish YWillie Owens 300 p m How Can we Secure t Attention of Children Jacoo b I 315 pm Business meeting 330 pm Chief Aim of the Sunday School by W H Snwder Mrs Susie JKOwens 45 Pm How can Parent be Induced to Take Interest SU1daySchoolby S Brummett Rev Forbes 400 p m Song Closing prayer by Rev Jas Cummins W S HAGGARD Dig Sec BrddheadKy s LIY1ht1STOiW a Chas Chappel and wife are at Hast Berustadt Geo McCarthy of Corbiu was in town Wednesday sHiss Mamie McGuire returned home from Wildic Thursday Rome Adams is improving his sidence by adding a new veranda ifrs Clarence Fercuson vTss hoppiij in Mt Vernon Wcdncs day Mrs RJixa Muliiris visitedvela tfesat Mnllins Station laJ Tlnsr c ifUy chittdIenl this week Mrs George flow ll viMcd in Mt Verron hutverii trains Wednesday Mrs Wra Finds anti children returned to their main Mayweed last SsTnrday T It Mullins andjrother Reuben of Mt Vernon were in town Tuesday rvir and Mrs W C Svvinford visits relatives in Brodhfad Satnr day and Sunday Miss Mary Tyree Mrs Ed Wood alls guest from Fullton is visiting friends in London theiIHon B B King of Iore1md1was the guest of hs dtF Fishback Wednesday Remember the box supper at Callovray hall Friday evening giv by the Lady Maccabees Mrs R A Sparks and children and Margeret are visiting Doty at Richmond Miss Emma Gaines is again with Mrs Brack Graves after a visit with homefolks at Altamont Miss Lula M ullia returned home Tuesday after a visit with Mrs Chas Harris at MiddlesboroughI James Adams ter Little of Mt Vernon were in town Wednesday arfirsHill was the guest of her daughter irs W JjChildress Sunday and Monday Mrs Claude Linville returned to Paris Tuesday She was the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Brack Graves IMrs Mary Williams of Pine Kill who was the guest of Mrs Ed Wcoflall returned home lastg Saturday Joe Magee of Crab Orchard is Henryss Harr relaItivestion Crab Orchard and Brodhead ill return home Thursday Hon Harvey Helm candidate for Congress In this district Jeff Bowman C O Br son and Bub Engleman are here fishing etc The solo I am going Home sung by Mrs Emerson Rice at the eveningd Is e sall eDirs R C Wade and Miss Mattie McFerron will an enter tainment assisted by the scholars the close of their school Fridav the 29 Misses Mary Dyehpvse and Ana Dishon returned home Tues alter a pleasant visit here Mesdames Geo Pope and Bert be services Saturday evening and Sunday morning an evening at the Christian church conducted by the Rev Gillum cf LexingtonRev Smith of Berea was the guest ot his parents Mr and Hge at list church Tuesday evening Mrs Suisie Mullins new residence on South Main street is in witheIt will be occupied by Mrs Mul fins and is one of the handsomest t residences in town MissBertina Mullins entertained ra1eveninFerron Hilton Sambrook and Fowler Messrs Lee Davis Johnson Fish and Sims Livingston is on a boom every body seems to be improving their hone by paint c AT Bentley has the contract to build a new house for De Bryant Lon Argen bright has just completed a new bouse and will move ia Thursday s s Ci uANI baYlf LiY wAr qrv1jIS W 111 810RlrJ i T DCt ff t1 Ii n vVE11ave JustreCelredour new stock of Spring Goods f which is the best and most 4t everI v o to town WErAV r 1 ViJ1t Vf l 1 i Wantn fCOllIe and examine OUTqra stock and see if weare not b 4 correct Ir w I y fj t2 s t Ladies ami Genes ForniSfJiiif- sWe take the leads Come ialdsee l1bet our prices r an you will be convinced r V that we are right HaUKAE4uvsSQPhon 7 NiT VERNON KY ai rW i a 9if r 5XIi v EKv + 4 9 + o 0 4 DAILY TOURIST SLEEPERS- TO CALIFORNIA Iron Mountain Route operatesI Pullman Tourist Sleepers St Louis to California leaving 830 a m daily via Little Rock Tex kana Dallas FOtt Worth and Ell The Ideal Route to Califor cOlo1nistmonths of March and April 1904 to California and the Northwest Pullman tourist sleepers via Mis souri Pacific Railway leave St Louis every Thursday 9 a m from Kansas City Wednesdays Thursdays and Fridays 630 p in oing yin Pueblo D R GSS tern through Glenwootl Springs Salt Lake City to Ogden etc Homeseeker and Colonist rates to various points in the West and thirdIftcj consult neatest Ticket Agent of address R T G MATTHEWS TPA Room 301 Norton BIdg mar i8tf Louisville Ky THE OLD s s z- re Y tt 7 aFSi p c V go JASMRODGERS COV1NGTON IF your Druggists have not got DR ROGERS RHEUMATIC REMEPi in stock we will send you two bottles by express charges prepaid Jor100 Rememberthi REMEDY is guaranteed to curt Mention this paper when writing MANINsler the hour of need His wife had such an unusual case of stomach and liver trouble physicians could not help her He thought of and tried Dr Kings New Life Pilland she got relief at once and was fioalh cured Only 25C at all druggists Call at the SIGNAL office and get a Tornado Policy on your property =Q Go To C5y yD8Vis Umgsime I III Inf hUugSLnemhal nv rI hhj F SO a PharmacealfcaJsilAX 1 rot Made By a Country LJ or rilt PHONE 64d Day or Nigh p OH AS C DAVIS Pharmacist 1 MT 1EtaN Nnl I saf m lPr8ctical LJncJertker GRIFFIN null FUNIikAL DIRECTORIMt Vernon Kv aftJEmbalming done oil short notice Come and see me anything I have net rot Caro get w you on fir train thaMeave the dry ORDERS bywire inmpUy Fiilwl Phone No 6 l wiJ The Louisville Henderson Tad St LOUK TvHhty the altrt cs popular JlcmlprsoniHtHfe is the Worlds Fair Line If you have1 a trip in view to Evansville St Louis or to ally point in the West or Southwest ASK US FOR RATES First f If tnere tIre reduced rates in eflVet on account of ExIE MWOMAOK G L GARRETT CIty ii scniier Agerif Travel ifirlMsa 7r lad L JIRWIN General PoRsonger A rntLouisville Keninekv mn 710RlVI S IAA CREAMt uS1IFsr 28 Yesrs akslid ale Wsrr i omedJU And Gals n BOTIf Lrr tO rm aeaX lL to oQGrarw 3 Pseami Ly JAMt8 Fa BAL Flh St 1Oth9 jjdbYjjAjjjiAjjjjjjjzlonjj h THE SUNDAY SCHOOLe Lesson in the International eries for April 24 1904The Mission of the Seventy ITHEGotborbefore IIs fcce Into every city and whither He Himself wouid come- placeI 2 Tberrfcr ea 1Ia unto them Th vest trulj U jtrtat but the laborers are few prey ye therefore the Lord of th hrv that He would Itud forth laborer into Ills toarvtfet Go your vrsys befccld Itnd you forth 31 iambs among voivt I Carry nether purse nor scrip nor utoes salute ro man by the way And into whatsoever house ye enter Hrt ssy rotten to this house Ami if the Son of Peace be there your fioeatnithe laborer If worthy of his hire Go not rm kouae to house i into wbat Oil city ye enter and they rrceivc you koch thing as are aet 4belor you t And 2ca the sick that are theruln and say unto them The Kingdom ot God is unto you 1 But into wlititMKVcr city ye tor ned tJicy receive you not sn your on Into the streets of the same and nlYIiI Eret5 inn very dual of your city taivti if off gins jior Ufctaridiijjr he ye Mire of this yctKisijxJ m of God la corns nigh unto you li fint 1say unto you that It sLat be ar locrabk in that day for Sodom ilaji Tor tnt city K Woe unto thce Chorazis woe unto fibeihave teen lone iu you they had a great ivLiie repented eittisgiriiMck liotli and aehce Ji Butt shot be more tolerable for Tyrfe a4 Slfioo at the judgment than lor you i AntI thou Capernaum which are x aJU4 to hon sht bs thrust eoivc to hell K He that hfrareth you heareth me and tit daptseth you d pL eth me anti he lluu dtsplseth me Ctspiseih Him that sent meiOLDCNTEXTrray ye therefore the lx rd of the harvest that Ke woUld senfi 4 tOTJJNElicaHus emorioc Bty Luke ft43 lG4iDiscoursefinal Departure front Oallif eLuke 83162 Ilasion tlta Seventy knit 10118- i a also ihe purnltl farfax6 Matt 1714 191 r and Sli and 112024 also Mark tifiOi- TLIEcveber cr Dscember X 1e3 Iour or the months before the ZbuuLACNorthern 1eraea west of the Jordan NOTES AND CO3JME3VS After these things The things toM of in Luc the iutousely inter eating incidents of the beginning ol ilk progress to Jernsaleia Soveatj nt1te1S Besides the twelve disciples sent out on a missionary tour once be iorii Luke 1G Two and two Fur ctitniiaiilourhip They vrere cy prepare the way ror Jesus own per touil ministry The harvest indeed i fyhatto an eanicfii soul than the sight of jsiv3t opportunities which must he neb itfioJ for lack of wonders Go your ways They were to scat tel iambs 5n the mIdst of wolves Jesus had just been speaking in glow terms of the harvest Now the fig ure is changed instead of glad reap ers the missionaries are spoken of as defenceless larnbB in the midst of a path of hungry wolves Uotli figures were true lie wanted them to lnov both the bright and the dark side ol Ihe work they were entering Th were not children but men Carry no purse For money they would not need itO wallet for provisions a small Iciilher ease like a rough knap wli Xo shoes For Indoor use wndKls would he enough The shoos wore soft Hut flue and made of bright ohird maierinls They were no more necessary than a mans slippers are to itay when lie is oft on a business trip enluiu no man on the vay Refer- rIng to ftmual salutatitF which were tlaburatc and occupied much time finsimple gregng of those who were in haste would ne enough Into whatso over house ye shall enter To find a stoppingplace as a guest This was not a strange thing to do thoigh It seems so to us now It it still the custom in many parts of the east for travoiers to depend wholly on the Ire- hoSpitality of the people Go not from house to house There would be no time for social engagements such as visiting rabbis delighted in Heal th sick say The kingdom of God Js rome nigh unto you The twofold ministry to mens bodies and to their souls a ministry Ui the whole man Christianity cannot be satisfied to at tempt less Receive you not etc In case of rebuff they were to move on Woe nato thee Chorazln etc No tice that Ho not pronouncing a woe a doom upon those who had re jected Him He was rather lamenting a condition which already existed It was their rejection of Him which had condemned them It shall be more tolerable for Tyro and Sidon than for you Why The answer brings out a fundamental principle of Christian ethics Tyre was living a bad life Chorazin was living a bad life what was the difference Simply that Chorazin bad sinned in spite of greater light than Tyre a light that Tyre had not even seen Men cannot be class lied morally without a knowledge of what their light has been and that Hod only fully Imows Spear Points No mans conversion stops with himselfIGods essentials may be hidden in our incidentals SMen react God by realities and not by formalities Nothing paralyzes the love of right like lust for riches It is still worth while to he right no 4 matter who Is wrong The foolish bark at truth because it is a stranger to them The things that make us happy ir Sthawie to which we have given our I hearts Jlams Horn MARES A CLHAN SWEEP r There s nothing like doing a tbelSahcsVriiica Salve is the best It sweeps away and cure bums sores bruises cuts boil ulcers skin eruptions and piles Its ouly 250 andguaran teed to giv Satisfaction Old by nil druggists r I Joint Marks horse Vas noticed at Simon Peters 11Ispring of 2 A D It is still doing service in Clay county Abraham Bartholomew has a new cart tmirlsAbrlbamIgle A D 3 It appeared in a Ray county paper last week and caused some amusement There rat a bright new girl baby at Simon Zahns house last week Mother and child are doing well The doctor hopes to save Simon was rst printed in the Rome Times in 4 A D It does occasional 1ul- yyetNew3 is Syiirce appealed in the Sinai Landmark in B C 2003 Like the Wandering jew that it is its still doing service Came down with a dull ihuidi was used in jerico when the walls fen clown after the army marched roiiid seven limes Tue toiijjne of fire I aprd and danced anti noth ing could stay the fire fiend was of while Jddledboo Tree Men of oak Timbers of oak keep the old homestead standing through he years It pays to use the right stuffiMen of oakare men in rugged health men whose bodies are made of the sound is the time to by the foundation for a sturdy constitution that will last for years Scotts Emulsion is the right stuff Scotts Emulsion stimulates the growing powers of children helps them builda firm foundation for a sturdy consti t Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 4OP4J5 Poarl Street New York Son and 100 all druggists HeDid it ever occur to you that I might be in love with you SheOh yes Why havent you ever seen me laughing to my selfiTHE BEST FAMILY SALVE DeWiits Witch Hazel gives in cutsjbruisesabrasions of the skin In buying Witch Hazel Salve it is only neces ary to see that you get the genuine 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 Hazel Salve is perfectly harmless and cures Sold at Chat C Davis drugstore Kttlelle He says he believes in the equality of the sexes Alice Well he wont be so con ceited after he gets married GET THE HENDERSON ROUTE HABIT TRIP ST LOUIS ROUNDTRIP RATES FRO LOUISVILLE ON ACCOUNT OF TH- EWORLDS FAIR Season Tickets 1300 Sold Daily Commencing Apr 25 Limit December 15 904 0 Sixty Day Tickets 1100 Sold Daily Commencing Apr 25 Limit 60 days 0 Ten Day Tickets 1000 Sold Daily Commencing Apr 25 Limitio days including date of sale 0 Special Coach Excursions 700 Dates Sale xo be announced later Liii it6 days includingdate of sale 0 Coach Excursion Tickets are not good in Sleepers neither will they be good for the checking of baggape FOR COMFORT FOR SERVICE IF YOUR TICKET HEADS OVER THE ROUTEI ASK US Geo L Garrett Tray PassrAgt E M Womack City Passr Agt L J Irwin General Passr Agt LouisvntB KY LAND STOCK ANDCIIOP TOP The pleudid Jack TOP will make the season of 1904 at my table in Mt Vernon at 5 to ini goodbreedand make J High Sowder who ivcs near the stable will have charge of hm Top is well known a the Harve McKinney jack apr S t W B SMITH At the sale of John Gilchrist and Jas Harp in Fayette county Thurs day cows brought 40 to 65 threeyearold mules S120 tr ares i 7O to II3o timoth hay 16 to ChiCkICIIShester DemocratI h laaslast year IK March 1903 she had tAiiif in August following she had t voo more and in last March re iptated the sonic thing B A Riddle told us that H C ones dog made a raid on his sheep a few nights since and killed two of his best ones- PUBLIC AUCTION On the 23RD DAY OP APRIL 1904 at the Allen Sutton old stand in Mt Vernon Kv the1 undersign ed Special Commissioner will sell at public auction one stock tf General Merchandise cosisting ity goods boots and shoes grocer cr etc TERMS On all amounts of 5 lnduuder cash in hand on all amounts of 5 and over the pii chaser or purcha ers may execute notes due and payable in 30 days pcIARE YOU A DYSPEPTIC If you are a dyspeptic you owe it to yourself and sour friends tt get well Pyspepsia annoys tht d j sptptics friends because his disease sours his disposition as well as DspepsiaIindigestion and sour stomach but this palatable reconstructive tonic digestant strengthens the whole digestive apparatus and sweetens the life as well as tile stomach When you take Kodol DysP psia Cure the food you eat is enjoyed It is digested assimilated and its nutrient properties appropriated by the hoar and tissues and health is the result SolJ at Chas C Davis drugstore IIThe Opolma Miss News con4 the following marriage anI nouncement Miss Sylvia Rhodes and James Canhan were married last Silurday evening in the Baptist parsonage The bride is a very ordinary town girl who doesnt aboutimother three days in her life She is not a beauty by any means and has a gait like a fat duck The groom is well known here as an up todate loafer He has been living off tile old folks all his life and he dont amount to shucks They will have a hard life together and the News has no congratulations to offer for we dont believe any good can come from such a union The best way to mike our neigh hor better is to be better ourselves Not Fatal No Matter What Doc tors SayWe Know That Heart Trou ManyCases Cured Thorn are seven main features of heart disease viz 1 Weakness or Debility Rheumatism or Xcuralsia Valvular Disorder 4 Dilation Enlargements ty Fatty Degenera tion i Dropsy- Documentary evidence will prove thousands of socaUed Incurublea have been absolutely cured hr Dr Miles New Heart Cure Patients often have no Idea their ease ia heart trouble but ascribe It to Indigestion Liver Complaint etc Here arc some of the symptoms JJterciscIen one side Fainting Spells Nervous Cough Swelling of Feet and Ankles Paleness of Face and Lips Palpitation Nightmare Irregular Pulse NewHeartwhenever opportunity presents 1 can now so up and down stain with ease where three weeks ago I could hardly taterIemdid somuch for rue that find it a far niPinoMoney back if first bottle falls to benefit write us arid we will mall orISytnptorn li 7 JOHN 1 CARROLL ACANDIDATE FOR APPELLATE J UDOK OF THIS DiSTKICT Hon John D Carroll of New Castle one of the best known law yersin tho State has announced as a candidate for Appellate Judge in this District subjcri to the action of the Democratic party Mr Car rolls friends especially in tile legal professiollhac for a long tune desired to see htm on the bench of the highest court in tle State He has held several offices of trust ai n honor and in nil of them acquitted himself with creditTlien quite young man he served two terms in the Legislature was a member of the Constitutional Convention nnd one of the throe commissioners by the Governor to revise he statute laws of the State to conI form to the changes made by constitution and wes for three Democratici Codes of Practice and Kentt1lkyI Kentucky Statutes law are in general use and found in the office of every lawyer iu the State A man of high in tegrity great industry with an ex tensive and accurate knowledge of lifelIIA Modern IrstauceIn some of circles of ancient niagnif ccnce said the pedantic person sit was customary to hive a skeleton at the feast We follow that custom at our house answered Mr Meektou We have a turkey one meal and the skeleton for te next four AITHIS IS Presidential YearIIAND YOU KEEP PO THE WAY TO DO TillS IS TO REAP TH- EcekIyCollhlerJournal Henry Watterson Editor TWELVE PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY 1100 YEAR A RIIvIINTm Rnroast SOCIAL RFFOIUIfMORAL THE COURIER JOURNAL Issues the best ALMANAC published Send 35 cents for a copy couRlEaJOURNAL CO LOUISVILLE KY Bv a Special Arrangement you can get th- eM Yemen Stenal AND THE WEEKLY CDariBrJoarnal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 1501 eTIiS is for CASH SUBSCRIP TIONS only All subscriptions tinder this combination offer must be sent through the 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