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Digital page images are linked to the text file. x Established 1887 XVII MT VERNON coui yKY FRIDAY MAY r NUMBER L LEVEL GREEN IIpasscontemplate or fully realize the excessively large number of my old neignbers friends and acquaint ances that have been called across The river to rest under the shade of the tree and wait a little while for us sitce Ive been a shut in Mauy are the dark clouds that obscure our path but the Lord moves in a mysterious way His wonders to perform and for some good reason known to Him tho unknown to us they taken and we left He may tho we be sorelv afflicted some use for us or duty yet unper formed on this sideBut when I read the Bible which I often do and then compare our lives with our Christian duties I am forced to the conclusion that we are just re turning to the time and like unto the people when Jesus said There is none good all gone astray Think of Sodom and GOmarrOb Tyre and Sydon the autcdilu viansHow much worse were they than we If we would put in half the time reading our Bibles and talking religion that we em ploy in reading secular papers and talking politics and a little of the time and money spent in trying to make more money in visiting the fatherless and what a dif ferent world this part of Kentucky would be and we are no worse than but just as bad as our neigh bors I know politics is all im portant theme now and will be un til the Ides of Nevember are pass ed The repubs will do and say enough about each other in the nth before the HunterEdwards muddle is settled if the half hej true to certainly condemn them but then as a woman once said to the neighbor who knocked her brutal husband down for hipping ri + her This is a family fight and none of our business But a little advice in the way of gentle admonition might be profitable even to Hunter therefore we will say fix again for 5000 or 6000 votes to elect Judge Black to Congress and hell go and dont you forget it lam afraid those editors who are trying to elect a president by a war of words before the time are doing the cause no good Lets go slow brethren Any man that the party selects will do me tho of course I have some favoritesdont want them to ran John Whalen or a flop overWell I saw an unmistakable sign of spring todaythe May lea in the calendar was hung to view by Betsy say Bills ur h1s- neeze before breakfast iz a sine ova death in Kentucky ottle s it on Sunday Wow if you undertake to defend the fathers and moth ers dont mix things Did you know Friday is as lucky a day as any other Get you a Blueback speller and study it I have on in my librarythe Blueback the Bible and Amauick these three I read B B for time the aimanick for weather the Bible for Eternity Weve had no preachin lately reed a sermon powerful bad Sun w jT JF uusraYYOI t 4ehiil l IIVOLUlE ROCKCASTLE 1004 wcreI widow newIIyoung and two calves I had not seen be lore more signs of warm weather Yes yes gee whoa haws are beard everywhere and men are shearing sheep more good signs This is indeed a spring or rather lack of spring long to be remember ed We see the State Supt is now threatening the Pedagogues with more thorough ie a harder exI animation than usual Well well if you fail in May come to Level Green Academy during the month of Juue and well make old man Fuqua ashamed of hiz selfwe know your wants and how to rune a normal to perfection so come Ote Thorn Brown came home from Sue Bennett last week and has been on sick list ever since Schools seem to be much sought for and hard to obtain at present After May examination the program may changetrustees mightt be hunting teachers tho I cant tell for there are but few things on this earth that I do know anda whole lot that I dont Solomon said there were four things that saidIt e keep His Commandments for thisI is the whole duty of man The word man what the preachers call a generic term and includes the human family Very trulySBUCK VARNONf A STARTLING TEST To vnvea life Dr T G Merritt of No Mehoopany Pa made n Marjlin test resulting in a won del patientlwarhages caused by ulceration of the stomadi I had often found ISlec11 tric Bitters excellent for acute tom ach and liver troubles sn I pre cribt ed them The patient gained from the first and has not had en attack in r4 mouths Electric Bitters are positively guaranteed for Dys pepsia Indigestion Constipation and Kidney troubles Try them Only 5oc at all druggist An Eye to Businesso you are going to send his letters backI are you asked the blond Yes replied the brunette with tears in her eyes But not until I have copied them all They will make a sylendid book and I have alreadyehoverfKodol Dyspepsia Cure Chas C Davis our local drug gist does not hesitate to recom mend Kodol Dyspepsia Cure his friends and customers Indi gestion causes more ill health than anything else It deranges the stomach and brings on all manner of diseases Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat cures indiges tion dyspepsia and all stomach diV orders Kodol is not only a perfect digestant but a tissue building ton ic as well Renewed health per fect strength and increased vitality follow its use and s IHON HARVE HELM Whose announcement ns n candidate for Congress from the Eighth district appears in this issue Mr Helm is making a strong fight and Iup his many friends the district are hopeful of his success His strength was shown in the La convention in wtI what he asked lora conveu canIlldidatefor a primary q u AIL Corn planting is the order of the day here now Corn has advanced a little in price in this section IiMrsdom remains very low 11schtiola short while Mrs A is at the of bedside of her sister Mrs G We Brown in her ilness toIs is We have some three or four buster jjfrtgons quailing in this torIthethe South fan the last fifteen months in the picture business has returned home on account of his health- S L Cummins and Jotham Brown who have been rurningtstore in at have dissolves and ate going to sell their store Mr Allen Somhnrd aged 84 died a few days ago He died out in ant 11daysGoorge Marler bought of G T iamm a cow for 25 Cummins sold to old manj Gooch a mare for 60 and bought of Jack Mullins a horse for 45 heartily agree with the LeI el Green as to what he said in regard to the Congiess ional race in this district stder tilt Hon G G Gilbert More Im gout to call my baby Charles said the author after Lamb because he is such a dear little snit Oh Id call him William Dean said a friend he Howells sonmch IT Old Summer Time Will Come I Summer YOU 31IJST HAVE Clothing ov1i ant11ingCollars CufirX Made Suits for Men and Boys III Straw Fur Hats throughout wrenceburg neighborhood Thompson partnership partnership RtIsJ 0We correspondent Appropriate Neckties Ready Youths Hats of all kinds Overalls Gloves and any old thing you want to wear rE also have the greatest line of Tailoring in the United States with prices that will sur prise you Ladies Skirts Waists and Slippers all nice firstclass and cheap A Complete Line of DRY GOODS and want your trade Come and see us The leaders in their line Jp JCaHOCKERCOiJ 4i ff LIVINGSTON KYt f f F3IT 13 FADED J t r i = = SSS i iX 1 V A V IJjiviv Ounaiiii nttcixli ronn ty court at Richmond Iol1layI n C 1nlms wont to Brush cre k on htt Unslness t hs vrpU ire rge KilfHi h11t IIHC ovv to fitl eve nviirt wit will Ikrdl J J Yooi U S Prrrv nnd J H Si mir this Liner werf in Mt Vernou iilotrhiv Too had the nijilit pmseuget train do nuripp pert tint mure For tjasseiiftrs so we 1C to travel on the dnv trlins or star at hone illiMrs Panlinn Shonkley vh iwas hurt hy the tniin some time bark harmers ire all very busy All aic trying to fee who can yet done platting corn first as it is getting toward rustling time of year tv IIr George Ballard shipped a placeI theistock pens tecertly put upa 1rite district Republican convert tion was well attended here and itI like just before the as made that every fellow tried tell the other where and hov to Island so he would be counted Rev J S l i11of Lexington reached here Sunday and Sunday He also organized Sunday school while here This will be of great benefit to this place if all ilI take a hand in it and push the = goodwork on Suction Foreman Sam McClure this place has gone out with an gang to lay new steel in Mad icon county Johnie Martin has been appointed foreman here John a good fellow and we are glad e him get a good position ASUMC TI I ING stud that nothing is sure death and taxes but that is true Dr Kings New Discov try for Consumption is a sure cure for all lung and throat troubles Thousand can testify to Mrs C li Van Meter of Shepherd townla saysHr had a severe e cf Bronchitis and for a year every tiling I beaid ot but got litNCrou1Whoopi and Consumption Tiy it Its guaranteed by all druggists Trial bottles free Reg Sizes 5oc too A Kansas lawyer some years ago had been employed to prosecute a farmer who had called his neighbor a dd Dutch fool The defend ing attorney tirade light of the charge and tried to get the jury totsee that itVas not of importance enough to warrant a pro ecutionl 1The plaintiffs lawyer in said earnestly Gentlemen of the jury the opposing counsel is trying to make you think that calling a man a dd Dutch fool is too trim ial for serious consideration Now I want to check it up to you jury men in a personal fashion Ilow would you Mr Snyder like to he called a dd Sweed fool How would you Mr Hooligan like to he called a dd Irish fool Or any and all of you how would you like to be called the kind of dd fools which you are WHEN THE SAP RISES weak lungs should be careful Coughs and colds are dangerous then One Minute Cough Cure cures coughs and colds and gives strength to the lungs Mrs G E Fenner of Marion Ind saysIr suffered with a cough until I rundown in weight from 148 to 02 lbs I tried a number of remedies to no Jail until I used One Minute Cough Cure Four bottles of this wonderful remedy cured me entire ly of the cough strengthened my nags arid restored me to my nr mal weight health and strength Sold ly Chas C Davis the druggist Oh John sobbed the young wife I baked some cakes today and that wretched little Fido has eaten them all Well replied the heartless hus bandTm glad time little brute dead I never did like that do anywayt II Published Friday Good NOTIONS- Ve IItij5 rI w k s tA bjgt L 1 LA 1 Vi tJjtjLLilX 3 YP t 1 orr8a i lY Everyl=Jlyyr I 2 crasr TL a L fJA jl II IND west continue to Lead LOW PRICES itllI===rC rn+ ywarrrtn tce sdL33 3s 120 per centt a xsr a sr g 2u oer cent r 1 AI Cut on allShoes AL CLOTHING at Manufacturers Cost Best Flour per Sack 75 ALL kinds bst STAPLE lUll FANCY ir Rock Bottom Prices Don t loll to inakn our store when in Livingston and gpf our price before Voms for Imnrams L H DAVIS Livingston fRTS OF ALL AGES They Are Blended by Worlds Fair So as to Produce Both Variety and Magnificent piCture In Which the Best ofthe Old Masters Creations TIB arciiileolnre of the Louisiana inrohastj Hxpostthui is majcst in the great ivory white exhibit palates Historical in the furoix nil state buildings allwnrki ant in route lu struotisni The paiaeos are the varind prairie Sions of Use lediug an Iiitcct of the inited tatii designed in otxdSence ti- chaste harnionions whenti Tin style adopted is docrilMHl as a frer tnatnuiu of Use ienais tit M Ac coiiiiniCfto itlttJosrtrieji Uiiiatssance is the style which tttIli the ti- tdimvalnd uscd study ana iiniilalain ot the forms sad ornament of the classic arehUcetnre of Gritvc and Ruins slue of the architect defines the use of lire terra as a carte blanche to tlc architects to prcumv a beautiful tr t by the use of any arwiitectural vi e that ever gladdened human eye troni the ptMliment and peristyle of the Parthenon lo the Minaret mud dome tlielaj Mahal flit architect of tilt Palace of Eduosi tun surrounded that building with a inajostie Corinthian colonnade Anoth er arcJiitoct made towers of this odes tals that carry the crowning sculpture of the Palace of Electricity Another architect dosSjn l fur tine Palace of Varied Industries Spanish steeples ant- I swiiicircnhu colonnade nniile any tliinj ever before time in arehttfctniv The architect used a dome roof abut s triumphal arch motif in the Palace of v Every 7 I Cut on all Hats cents GROCERIES headquarters oingphpwuJe Ky Designers Harmony tauuisir c AJKtlKr arthilwr hroU the sty lilies of the Ialmt of Iilfrnl Arte with quadrics rowletl euLaikrz rtehiur as hih as rive story litms Other arcbittn s Intnxlmii inid the lill1nthuntranw way The supervising areliit of the tnii etl States treasury introilucttl another element t variety in the Initeil States Government Inilliliu ltkins the form of tlt iIoitM lonk tnloiuiflde ultla classic pediiiKnl lifted in the air liy a caryatid attl Trio same arehi tett iviiriidiiifd in tlie grent Klsli im vilinit rut tile ovcrnaHiit of the Unlttil States line for tine a Iloinan lwerlii house of Idinpiiian In Iie Mines anil Metallurgy Ialaw the 11nltltu nl elishs fnriiLsh the motif for tli eiirniBWs The eoriiici is wiped out entirely hy the snl siiitiiii of an overhansiiis roof In the Art 1ahue at enxagcil oonnailo is employwl to locointe a viinlovles unisonm tUesiie Festival Hall is made conspicuous and distinctive with the largest dome on earth The chief of design of the Ks Iio ition ailopteil the Joule roof three massive c utlUP arches and a bottle shaped pylon for features of the great Pa law of Transportation This sum mind employd plain heavy pier on tilt Palace of Agriculture and demon strated the archi tnral possibilities r the farmiiouM ssilile in the Forestry isRESTAURANT PAVILION WORLD AFAIR IOne of the twin structures terminating the Colonnade of States ofwille the Festival Hall is the central figure riIgrin tuu ImiMiiitf Till tirtrsri sne liil further ffcas injr variety in the Trtdtr orbit of the oxen pennamunt nll suite uirHf tc whir form part of tlu VnrMV Fair ttlemiit iltliJranil Trianon at r uilles Uffwiry tli imperial astlf at lharlnu- ItiIt tn liritttin the Urantsery f Kt sliiKUin jwhin at ln14lta lstKiit I1w fastle of fliiici the fuihiflp of Jrinoe Ju Lot IvJsiiuii tmllil an Antwerp fmvnlialt llxkoletsa patio or Inner court in its luiiMing 111- alas rpwtlus tut tybihld at Ntr Ir where tb fitrimil irjttafcr of Iht- 11MIhU1t tirrluim Trimry frvru tlo 1uiUrl Stats ttok plare supplits I ptA a tt p tons hs at MiMrrislovii otuHvliiMit prvxMil r tin Sh riKv tnttnsiitti at llartfnni niMl adds mantels ami ric froze two ether IIIItItttiflll immsi n 11oIntr Yirjriniari pride is gratifkil iu Mwiiit cetlo rite Louie of Thomas leffpivint iiilSi bulks Kpauvoir lows of lefftTson Liavfe 3It of ito iriher staUJ auut the sivl of tlw life fxMbft palaces on their litiiWitttrs The trait Mtion front the arebitettuatltiIwity of Ihuwin of Stati s to the eayoty the ittr is made by ttw iMiibliHS Tiytsis shaped like n rive ilohu1 star and y tits ims of slant trees vhtch VashiHston and Orvson ulfol1 mite is used stearimi5lltut terero walls awl in sltrtelati ptnvn in the et Iiihit patattrs Tin faiad are a tMi forju ivory white with tutw on tbr rmifs docuts anti lower On taws sUms strict however oiwr is tttealAter freely sml tie fimns if thv an lioitverttt ahoniid FEATURES OF EOUCATCH IHow the Exhibit st St Louie Witt Ce Ditinctivc From That i Any Other Centennial n rttt u VKTWOUI- KdmUiou tiiwls inure eignition itt he Louisiana Pnnhase Exp lsitwta luau any previous eiaeniril ktirilt a is tilt keynote of g real cater Ii1 prnllatin eery rl11y stare tin idea in its absimrt koiuf of its own in that fur th Drat time in history the appliances of sellout life are shown in a building eonslnietwi s elnsivoly for this purpose At rhkjso and at Paris this exhiWl- was made a department fit omctl cell At St Louis it is seen alone liouspd in a palace which tunny Cris sider the most perfect archltcciuraUy of any on the grounds Resides in the classiflcation of oi hibits educiition leads all others taking rank over tine arts manufacture awl all the industries- In remarking them facts visitors barn added that it was strange such promi nence hud not been given to education before and they are loud iu thelrprtice of those who have carried tilt idea prominently to the front In St Louts the revealmrnt of proves will be tarried out in till Palace of Education as well as in the other palaces Formerly it was deemed sntneient to arrange in booths samplii of text lvk and of apparatus of the laboratory a I observatory Appliances used In schoolroom were displayed conve ntl ally and visitors could puss threah aisle after aisle and view only tilt teelmieallties of the world of InKinn tiou As a renult the pedagogue oalt was Interested In St Lonls however there is to he actual demonstration of the use inate of nil such appliances anti the nviti tude will Itself entertained Thus the model training school will be a creature of life boys to be seen us ig I the tools of the various trades Pu is of n school for the blind will dent a IContinued on fourth page = o MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY MAY 1004 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising tales made known on application nON D L UOOREI fiercer county is a candidate for ConJ tress in thl Eighth district to succeed nilluMT subject to the notion of the Pemocratic party Your support is earnest ly solicited HON HARVEY JIEUI Of Stanford is a cnilidat1 for 111tionSINCE William Randolph Hearst stems to he entirely a thing of the possiIbll1tWalton can find nothing to defense of Mr Hearst more thanI that ae is a Congressman and gave 250000 to the campaign fund which has been reiterated in every issue of the Interior Journal for the last two mouths and realizing that our Lincoln friend is growing very hysterical over what we have hid to say of Mr Hearst we bringI to clo e so far as we are concerned our vituperation as Brer Wanton expresses it of Mr Hearst THE success of the Hon Harvey Helm for the nomination for Congress in this district depends large ly upon the action of Madison county On ninny occasions Lin coln af well a Garrard and Rock castle have been called upon to do their part for Madison to which all have promptly and cheerfully responded at every call What will Madison do in the coming fight The question is up to them SCRAPS 0 JET Womens wages have gone up in the city of Denver Colo since tile ballot has been in the hinds of women The chronic bachelor finally turned to the quiet man who had taken m part in the discussion and ac1 dIWould you sir marry the best woman in the world I did sir replied the quiet Ulan From Her BonnetInet iwas a pocmv creation aI sonnet But the sight of the bill Made her dear father illIAnd as for the rampage on What is that ma said to you when you came in whispered young Bobby to Featherley one of the ed invitedIUlm glad of it said Bobby and a look of genuine relief came over his face cause she said this morning she hoped you wouldnt Cleverly I have a great joke on my wife Ive just bought her a hat for 5 and had it sent horns with a 15 price mark on it Shell never know the difference Mrs Cleverly later Harold dear I guess I would better buy my own hats after this I have done a good deal couldI 15 Youve been awfully Why I saw the very same hat in the window with a5 mark on it The Mothers AdvlceUMy darling said the mother taking leave of her newlymarried daughter in wedded life there is much to bear and forbear but remember r this Never hit your husband with the pasteroller or potatomasher Tile presence of a hair on you pastry or mashed potatoes woul lower you in the esteem of your friends If occasion arises the pozer is qiite as effective and more ladylike Thankful For ThatHHows- de health er 30 settlement Br e Jenkins Well wes got de yaller jandice My ray1 4SKn a smaueriu o m 1silsIYou doan so Ei deminatifims wid us once mo1 f Now you talkin En ne harricaaes bin our way 1cTell it all But de airthquake aint swaller- ed vit bress de Lawd t i Prophetic When dandelions dot the meadows And render gay the verdant scenes My inner self is glad indeed They prophesy a mess of greens u The difference between Japanese and American pagansis this The Japanese have many gods but the or American pagans have only one and his name is Money Yes sighed the fair haired preachers daughter 1 admit that I like youbut it does not seem tome that we were ever meant for each other We have not a single taste in common iel Mournfully the young man stud ied the floor for some moments At last he looked up with a dawn of hope in his eyes he whispered Are you not very fond of onion ly Blushing she nodded a confes sionSo am I he cried rapturously u IA Subtle HintIts curious curious observed Mr Slvpurr as he picked up his over coat how some lucky fellows getFa reputation without half Look at Job for instance as a synonym of patience Why wasnt he tried to the limit of endurance cried the of shocked Mrs Sly purr Not much replied Mr Sly purr calmly Ai least there is no record of his having to struggle 0er111ccat e1Iate is famed for his absentminded ness Not long ago he visited the New York State reformatory ocIElmira where he was asked to cupy the pulpit of the chapel and address the convicts When be arose he found every seat occupied Beaming with pleasure he aston 101 ished his hearers by saying am pleased and gratified to see so many here todayisA Sad LookoutPenelope Charles called last night Justine Thats twice in a week IIsntI suppose hell couic three times in the next week Thats what my brother say And five times the next Thats what sister Sallie says And six times the next Thats what my aunty says And seven times the next Thats what papa says And then what Then I shantsee him any more ofan evening thats what mamma says Vhy He Worried They were discussing political broils after a congressionalchat and Senato- Charles Fairbanks said that the personal element in them remind ed him of a church sociable he once attendedAs sat comfortably enjoying the scene the little boy opposite se a shriek Iup Whats the matter child I Boo hoo Boohoo he yellI ed Vhos worrying you I in sisted whimperedi ii Yes IHow sittinJon my plate of ice cream NEWS ITEMS The schooner Orono of Anapo lis is reported lost with all o naval review at Naples i honor of President Loubrt o France was a georgous affair Health Officer Allen says meas les is almost epidemic in Louisville there being nearly 3000 cases At Stray Branch Breathitt coun ty David Smith a peacemaker DoylerA ii Floating Chautauqua is to- be established on the Chicago river for the instruction of school children A woman frightened by a moue yelled fire and created a minia lure panic in a theater in Philadel phia Mrs Rnhet L Tulnr was GovlICutter Gardner was given the death penalty by a jury at Mun ford vil1e for the assissinnation of Squire Osborn and his son Osborn near Pikeview lastDavidIi vember i v tZrSw A icpoit reaches tin State De partment at Washington that a great battle has been fought on the Yalu river and that fire Japanese won a complete ict rJiMrs Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch who threw slop on a visit was dismissed in the Police walt from Court The trial excited a lot of and interest and the court room was 4 crowded lord 1For the next two weeks Nash ville will be the point of great in thetfortyeighth session of the of Baptist convention southI the veue in that city on to lI3anc1 continue for four or live days Between ioco and tcoo cot delegates will be present and veer as many more visitors are ex ecied to be in the city on account f UK convention The sessions will be held in the Tabernacle lord 1All records for the opening day attendance at the international positions were broken at the St Worlds Fair Saturday rom S oclock in the morning when the gates were opened to the public till six at night 237388 persons passed through the turnstiles the exposition at the seventeen en entrances From sundown up to closing time more than 20000 persons more are estimated to have en tend the exposition grounds niak a total admissions paid and es of 257000 or perhaps 260 1000 Beginning on May 20 the fen tieth century newspaper is promis a ed at sea with its departments of news stock quotations sports in ternational advertisements and kcal jr ships gossips and hap to Ipenings It will be found simul itiineously at breakfast under the of each of 12000 passenger twentyfive Atlantic steamshps ilea of the universal oceat newspaper with special ex teas as the news of the world require originated with Cutl bert Hall first managing director Telegraphiwho has taken an active interest in the commercializing of Marconis wouderlul invention CASTOR I A for Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the LL1 Miniature of Xd lIRODIE 1AH Iw C Pettus is at Stanford for I few days rA Tyree is putting up the foundation for the new schoolhouse Miss Ida Parkerson of Hiatt weekrFrank Brooks is in from Lafal lette mixing and mingling with Thompson of Russell is friendtand relatives Billie Miller of the Big Glades was in town Tuesday Billie is a mighty good man Mart Sowder of Indianapolis isI visitiug John T Sowder and Mrs Mahaffey his brother aud sister- Several carloads of fertilizers have already been sold and will be demand for more as corn planting progressesThe convention ar Zian schoolhouse on Nigger creek was a grand success There was a large crowd and a manifestation of great interest was shown conventionnThe county convention will he hel Mayn anfholding a night J2 At One Half the Cost LionCoffee andflavored fancy brands Bulk coffee at the same price is not to be com pared with in quality In Ib air tight sealed packages AyersPillsWant abeautiful brown orrlchblackUse JM M 4AIWltlMraWYTi1e19Y1irr THE SUNDAY Lesson in the Inte Lessonrilay S Temperance 1901 THE I ESci TEXT Lie iS5S IILet your loins be girded about arlour lights burning- And ye yourselves like unto men that for their lord when he will return the wedding that when he knocketb they may open mmedlateiy comethIlilesned are these servants when he cometh sliai find roriiy I say unto you that he btinself and make them to sit down to secondInow I the house had known what hour thief would come he would have watched and not have suffered Ills house be broken through Be ye therelcre also Jor the Son olion cometh at an hour vhen ye v 1ttL Then Pflter said unto Him Inrd everItofafthii end wise sieward wham he lord shall inaXe rlr over his hotflod to gave than their pcrlon of mat in due season BJefsed Is that servant whom nts then he cometh hail findso doirr Of a truth i say unto you that tt cia make him roar or all that he hart But and II hat servant say in h htart My lcrd delayetli his con nl shall began to beat the men efrvants fdImaid servants and to tat and drink and 31dan von with the uabeiitveJ And that servant which knew his lords vtill and prepared not hlinne nel her did according to his will shoal brut vlth many stripes Eut he that knew not and did commit things worthy of stripts shai be beaten with few striijKi For utio whomsoever much is given of him fhaU he much re quired and to whom men have ronuii it a mucli of him they will ask the more GOLDEN TEXT Ctsetl are thost servants whom the lord when he cometh skull tird tvatchfegulteO- UTLINE 32iT OF ScRU TORE J ES Wees Against the Pharisees LuUe Warningrs Agalnst YharaEfsiu8a OXI Parable of Kich FooIalleExhortations to Watch TIME November or Dcctniber or A D About cur months before the cruci itsion COM2IEKTS Let your loins be gIrdEd A Syrian even today is not In commission so speak without his girdle The loose flowing robes make action of any kind awkvard and difficult Your lamps burning The servants expected their Lord to return in the night Without lamps they could not do their work end that was the one thing in the world for them to do al that time Blessed are those servants whom the Lord rchen He cometh shall find watch Ietheirdonernight watching testily He shall gird himself and serve them Be cstisr of His srciincaiion Dart their raithfulness YUat of the satisfaction God mlKt feel iu sppicg such flhe 1111I iaitifulnp3s jirvV Tile second The night vas cHlttct into font ratchM If the njajier at the Louse ha- dauowaHilt He iti not know he never floes aud n vet anrrhe only fray is to ba ready all the lime Lord spealiest thou this parable unto us Thicre was noanswer but another question Who then1 Au swer for yourself Notice that the wise Stewart was faithful to his work the reward for duty well done ties more duty to do more and higher work The steward who was unfaith ful because there was no one there to watch him made a great mistake No one can sin with impunity whether 110I Itakenso Bruce That servant who Knew many stripes but he that Knew not iew stripes The ethical principle seen before in these lessons that men are judged and rightly according to their light Nothing can be duty in the sense of morally binding upon us at any time which we have not at thai time the means of knowing The idea of unknown duty as present tion is an impossible one Thee maxi that ignorance of the law excuses no one is simply an expression of general expediency in the administration of human lax Still it is not rigidly applied in any civilized society Satisfactory proof of entire ignorance wiU mitigate or set aside the penalty Aa a principle of morals the maxim is terly falsePresident Fairchild God judges us according to our light We are often to blame for not having found more light but it is In that rather than in the act done as a result of our ignorance that the sin lies The messenger boy who takes a valuable bundle to his own house instead of to the purchaser because under the in fluence of liquor is guilty in Gods sight of what Simply of putting him self knowingly into a condition in 11whIch he knew it was dangerous and wicked to come That was werlhowever he is guilty both of drunkenness and theft Terse Sayings The conquest of truth makes a man a king Most people are caught by sin trying ookIbless ing of God than curse on a one Sin is a straight line away from God and not a circuitous route back to Him The most painful things about this world teach us the most precious things about another Though lifes labor leads us to turn many ways the compass of the soul turns ever to Christ Hams Hont Clara C oleof Clark county drowned her baby iu Silver creek saving she was proceeding on a command from the lord 5 heisl jinler arrest on a murder charge IITakeious or dizzy They act di rectly on the liverlowif oreI Jlltg 14Mljrim cis to x 7 hTI o AyersiYour doctor will teli you that 1 thin pale weak nervous chil dren become strong and well by taking Ayers Sarsaparilla Small doses for a Few das Sarsapapillaj The change is very prompt 3 gdoctorformula and will explain years rnr month nn onethonrlit Ivaneo thin Ia1 not hi a few Aerpletelr restored ne in f RtTaxtl 1III1Isun a hotttt rlnzt LThe Children j Biliousness constipation prevent re covery Cure those with Ayers Pills A CURE FOR PILES I had a case of piles says G G Carter of Atlanta Ga am consulted physician who advisee me to try a box of De Witts Witcl HazelSalve I purchased a boa andwas entirely cured It i plendid for piles giving relief ir tautly atd I heartily recommen it to all sufferers DeVVitts Witcl Hazel Salve is unequaled for its healing qualities Eczema anti other skin diseases also sores cuts burns and wounds of every kind are quickly rured by it Sold In Chas C Davis the druggistI The tiTet- vWilliam York C Whitney is reported to have been sold for a price largerI 2000000ICHILDRENIwho can not stand the shocking strain of laxative syrups and cathar in pills are especially fond of personsInecessary to aIliver medicine should try theseI easy pills and compare the agree ably pleasant and strengthening effect with the nauseatingand weak ining conditions following the use If other remedies Little Early Risers cure hiUioiistiess constipa ion sick headache jaundice ma laria and liver troubles Sold by has C Davis thtjfciniggist scorEs tMUEIONScotts means of life and ov the en oyment of life of thousands ofI glen womenandchI1dren To the men Scotts Emul ion gives the flesh and strength so necessary for the ure of consumption and the repairing of body losses from any disease For women Scotts Emul- ion does this and more It t most sustaining foodand tonic for the special trials that women have to bear Emuimsion gives food andstrength for growth of flesh and bone and blood For pale girls for thin and sickly boys Scotts Emulsion is a great help Send for free sample SCOTT 3t BOWNE 409415 Pearl Street ChemistsI and S1OO all I50c c =c GOOD IlUeThe Ladies1 BANNER SKIRTS Come and See lowestmplieesthe land for the least money U R l5 00 skirts are something OntofSight We have four colors to choose from life will make you one to measure for same money COME LOOK at our filour sOOour iOOf buying1SWIere WE HAVE A FINE LINE OF Dress and 1Goods5 11COM E we will be glad to show you throughour stock jCallphane 87 F To find a line of equal to ours in honesty of construction or attractive the celebrated K Made in St Louis They please everyone We will make prompt delivery of all goods to any of town KRUEQERSONSMT VERNON KY rY ti111veto shoes appearanceWe Tennent Shoes part The Celebrated Tennent Shoe A LWAY preferable For lIce fitting Style and Dura bilty they have no superior JONAS mc ENZIE Sole Agent- Mt Vernon Ky r cG ti 363eP 3C3 t i I UNDERTAKERI Teleplion Coffins All Mali FULL LunI j3 J Q PtDtC 5S B1 MeatsRAMSEY For Fresh IGive us a trial and if we please yVw tell others if not tell ItS MEAT delivered in any part of town SHOP in basement opposite Court house IrOOKNCRESMROUTE 41V SOUTHEFi RA1LWAfie SHORTEST ROUTE AND QLICKESTSCHEDULES M KNOXVILLEI ffl ifSMREVEPOFJT if t und TEUCAS POINTS ADDRESS Geo E Clarke T P A 89 E Main Street Lexinsian iW RineanonGeneralCINCINNATI J THE PULLINS BEE HIVE Latest and Best on the Market Try it and be convinced that your bees will make more honeyand do better than in any other D C PULLINS Conway Ky MT VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNONKy t MVY6 1904 Z 9 sCall up iNo 79 when you want to Communi cate with SIGNAL z 0 lr I 4 co TIME TABLE 24 north 1206 p m 26 north 308 a m 23 south 129 pn 25 South 105 a m TAS LAKDKIW Agent Phone No 58 Eeeredt tbt alt tRew lr Pootlic l aloJ afar PERSONAL fMr Joseph Coffey of Stanford was here Tuesday Mrs L C Smith is visiting rela tives in Junction City Mrs Margaret Grimes has been very sick for several days class M Craig entered the Normal at the college Monday Mrs W L Richards will return from Cincinnati today much imj W H Brhnnaman of near W ldie was the guest of friends here Wednesday Mesdames G B Lawrence and Georgia Rice are visiting in Parks yule and Danville t Ai rMisSusie Thompson will teach the public school here this fall Attys C C Williams and J W Brown attended the burial of Col Welch at Crab Orchard yesterday Mr and Mrs U G Baker visited relatives at Mullius Station and Livingston first iff the week Mesdames C C Williams and Cleo Brown spent the first of the week in the city buying millinery A J Norton of the Cedar ville section and due of the very best men in the was here gaMondayMr and Mrs AG Lpvell Mrs W J Sparks Misses Annie Thompson and Fannie Sparks ase ii Louisville shopping V R Beck has resigned his position as clerk forthe Mt Vernon Drug Co and willaccept a posi tion at Middleshor Ugh R B Mullins has bought a lot from William Arnold near north switch on which he will build a house for renting purposes- B J Bethurum was elected chairman of the Republican count committee last Monday at a meet ing of the precinct chairman W J Sparks is thjs busiest main n the county looking after three ballast quarries a lime kiln a sawmill a barrel factory and a farm etcLytle Adams who has been attending the dental College St Lou is returned home Monday He has accepted a position with the North Jellico Coal Co during va W Cope was here Wednesday and told us that he was thinking of going West in the near future to look out a location Mrs Cope is visiting relatives in Vi giniaD S Purdom is attending the big Maccabee meeting at Ashland Mrs Purdom is visiting in Livingston They will leave in a short time for their new home in Boyle county Mr Charlie Chandler of Pitts burg representing the Nolin Milling Co was here Tuesday Mr Chandler is one of the best and most gentlemanly salesmen on the road and sells one of the best brands of flour on the market Mrs M Pennington accompanied Dr PenningtonOto Louisville Monday night and took with her little Hugh and Georgia Ausmos 8 and 3 years respectively and placed theta in the Kentucky Children Hone Society The following delegates from this county attended the Republican convention in Louisville Monday Messrs J T Adams M C Miller George Cook B 1andL W HCateon L J A Wood and GT Juhnn Mr Bruaer who is working io the barber shop at this place ran away from Germany when he a boy coming to America He Tun large shops in Cincinnati other points His home is in I Glades just beyond the Eockcastle lnco1 line t = as jack Adams was a welcome visit here Sunday from Bertha toI J J Lawrence is preparing move into the property lately pur chased of D S Purdom Mrs J E Houk who has been oweI inIness He has already delivered more than two hundred sets in Lexinpton and other points His factory is adding new machinery including a gas engine Four UU1U1orders LOCAL IIWhite IIatIJobn Tones daughter died at Jel Tedne da and was trough here Thursday for burial Have your clothes cleaned by theI Danville Ste lA Laundry may 631 G D SUTTON Agt DEADBlip Mason Samuel Vednels day morning consumption IJ W Surber who broke jail i1t Somerset a few weeks ago was arrested by Deputy Sheriff R LJMcFemm at Sparks Quarry Mon day Jailer Hines of Somerset came here Tuesday and took him back Surber had been given two years in the pen for forgery John Pennineton aged about 65 died at his bcyne near Longford Wednesday afteran illness of sev eral months His remains will be laid away today near Climax hiSi old home Uncle John was a good clever citizen well liked and respected by n wide circle of friends and acquaintances who will regret to hear of his death The Annual Rockcastle County Sunday School convention will meet I3tntFriday May 13th to which all the Suudaj schools iu the county at earnestly requested lo send dale tes Several noted speakers will present All those from a dis sauce who expect to attend should notify Mr A E Albright Brod head Ky chairman of the entere tamment confmittee so that he can make necessary arrangement Our good find Clams S Keis ling of Brodircad who runs thvis railroad lunch house lion a beautiful assortment pf nearly every variety of flowers one can think of jugreennish potted plants of various kind sthethat are already in bloom at extra ely low prices Orders for cut flm ers can be filled upon short notice Remember Mrij Keisling when you are iu ned of plants and fioversI Col W G Welch died nt his home in Stanford Tuesday morn ing after a lonjnd painful Unessd the result of blood poisining which was the result of trimming a cot that had been paining him considerably ColWelchwas born in Crab on 4th 1841 He was a son of Dr Thomas Welch a noted physician in hw day At the outbreak of the Civil War he cast his fortunes with the Confederacy and became a Major tire Transmississippi department and served with marked gallantry to the end At the close of the war he returned tQ Crab Orchard and began the studyof law and at tbef time of his death was recognized as one of the very best lawyers inP the State The remains were laid to rest at Crab Orchard yesterday The members of Confederate camps Thomas N Napier of Stan ford and R J Breckiuridge of Danville acted as an escort and Dr E M Green chaplain of the latter camp said a few words at the grave The following were the pallbearers Judge Robert J reckinride Col T P Hill JudgeS M C Sauflley JW Al corn JP Bailey and the Hon R pallbtarersM McRoberts J B Pajctou Ha ey Helm W A Tribble W SI EdWilkersonStanford Curtis Gower J B Gilkerson Crab Orchard Willi LancasterC HughesW and C C Brownhas Mt Georgthet5CtSe MontomeryLiberty l r i r It is time to take Becks Live Pills 40 in a package for a dime at Mt Vernon Drug aprS4t CoI IIfou have a suit yoii waut clean ed let the DanvilleSteam Laundry do it All work guaranteedW may 6 3t C D SUTTON Agt The SIGN u propose to uiatiRn rat e a Qiierlioii au l Answer cal mUll purely for the lienefit of the teachers of Rockcastle Any teach er has the right to ask any quc tioii they desire providing it be a proper one All questions shall be directed to some certain person for lItiIstricthand if it proves n I1ceH the credit is nil yours if a failure likewise All Questions or Answers should be directed to the SIGMA and marked Question or Au Thisi viiIDont miss the Ideal Entertain inGfew days last week Charles Cooper visited homefolks here last week and returned to Crab Orchard Sunday Mrs Mary Gentry of Mt Ver who was the guest of Mrs Ed Toodallreturned home Monday No entertainment ever traveler this section that came so highly eudorsed as the jJdeal Entertainers dialtoLadies Aid Society at the Chnstiani church Friday May AnnaThompson returned to he home at Mt Vernon Sunday rein sad hearts behind Mrs Alex tuskof erIwas the guest of Mrs IIday 11ceelaMrS Cap Hampton and children returned to Jellico atte Reida CookiMessrs A N Bentley Smith began work on Dee Bryants new residence Wednesday Mrs Clarence Ferguson attend the burial of her brother sea Mullins Station MondayDick Hampton was here Sunday visiting all his friends espeqially one Miss Allie Fowler of Berea is here iting her parents Mr and Mrs John Fowler John Suttles ty instantly killed Sunday afternoon near Sinks while attempting Ito mp off an L N train running full speed He was buried Griffin graveyard Mrs Iia nlagee of Crab Orchard is te visiting her sons Sam and Iiat Magee and daughter Mrs Henry BrowningMr and Mrs Purdom of Mt Vernon are t guestFof Mrs Win Stanley Mrs TuesIday Satituh of Mt Vernon was the guest of Mrs Martha Ferguson Saturday and Sunday DIbrakemannude George Reynolds last week He also visited his mother Mrs R E Reynolds at Maretburg There will be revival services at the Christian church next week beginning Monday evening All are invitedMasters Fred Prank and Lee Starks have returned home rom a visit with their grandmoth er at Russelville Mesdames Gates J W Baker J A vet and John Fowler have been the sich list but are improving Mr and Mrs Harry Magee return ed home Saturday from Lebanon uuctionIke Torn Stewart who rad his foot cut off by the Switch engine the 1st of April is able to he out on crutches Mrt R A MondayforJellicoThe Ladies Aid Society are to have a benefit entertainment that is the proceeds ar go to them but if the testimonials eervl ied on ones most behefitted will be the ones who buy tickets for Ideal Entertainers have built up a thanIwillterbe a case the Ladies Aid Society who receive the ceeds and those whb attend mission adults 25cts children James Delph was born Feb 9th 1853 Died Tuesday May 3rd 1904 aged 5 years He was ana r s 0 citirzen and an honest man He leaves cveralJChildren ed Wednesday into Mrs Sue Mul new residence on Main street e knew mother would never Cleave the old home placeNo mis sinn field in the State has shown rnthor prr rs chain tbtc past yefir thnii Livingston They have increased about fit t hnndred per cent timing the year Have a plondid house nersrly rvrlv to dedicate have a fine Suiida Fehnul and a live prayer mectiM BroII iF P Gates ri the eiTt ill Tit Se rsiarv jxiir thtH lis in the Held and prejche fir serirous fur thein Kentucky M isiot1 Monthly Joe Frost and a little PineIHill are sick wUli nnenmrinin Mrs J1 Chewringrniid dnsighier fldaleft Thitr lnvfuro two inorths sit with relatives snul friends at SueiThursday morning Any one wont g her on business matters will ve to call her at the exchange or jthe MuliijLS HotelRey W L Brock of London will preach at the Baptist church Friday ni hlIThe ordinance of baptism administered by the pastor of time Baptist church next Sunday after noonrains Ella Howell is visit iSIItheIarerknown and proper steps will he taken to abate the nuisance We are glad that the time has come when the good citizens of our town have made up their minds to punish goodus disturbing public worship and it will be rigid enforced Thanks to Rev P P Gates for his assistance withour freakAndrn at the Christ ion church Friday May J3th The editor printer or dejor niitheIwhatktyou saw school commencement Saturday night and gives us the concensus of opinion of the splendid affair gaserve much credit for the most ex cellent time they gave us The entire thing was immense justj Stoan n expressiver liebdress Master P W McKinney was e pie The sweet little Misses Alice Ward and Lizzie McFerron an Cora Wright was all good Misses McPerron who looked fo jolly and happy Mrs R C Wadej with her pleasant smile evident enjoyment of her pupils talents R C Wade pulled the curtains so far and his confusion made me laugh That cute littl Nell Carter Those girls singing singingtauct c act We are happy to know that our town Lasso many bright boys and girls in it Thanks to Mrs Wade and the Misses for showing us our possibilities The above and many other expres ElectOltevery ttone present when he says We hope they will give us many too such enjoyable evenings If you want your suit cleaned and pressed call on C D Sutton Agent Danville Steam Laundry may 6 3t 100REWARD100IThe paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in lsecure now known to the medic fratern5ty Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Hulls ltarrGit nphenn thereby destroying the foundation of the hybuildlDIprovrieturslianthat they offer One Hundred Dollars fort tcAdAddress F J CHENEY CO Toledo 0 Sold by nil Druggist tLcts HaWs faniilyPills are the best taU at the SIGNAL office and get a Tornado Policy on your property 4 I + y yTr rA r C rr JxJ vVCJ r Vi Y of FOR I HE Q I SPRINGTRADEt4 J WE httII t received Onrr+ J y new stock of Spring Goudsiwhich is the best complete assortment ever iI- R brought to toVI1vW 4 i HAVEWhat Want i i Come and examine our stoCkaz correct r s IN ttrrl i Ladies and Bents Furnishings y W e take the lead Come iand see us get our prices r and vou will be convincedrt that we are rig- htHOUKADAIVIS t i iPhony TO MT VERNON KY yt I J yt 1 0rJJfl j r vcX3Vr iYJ VG N rv DAILY TOURIST SLEEPERS TO CALIFORNIA Iron Mountain Route operates Pullman Tourist Sleepers St Louis to California leaving 830 a m daily via Little Rock Tex EIIPasost rates in effect daily during months of March and to California and the Northwestt Pullman tourist sleepers via Mis souri Pacific Railway leave SII Louis every Thursday 9 a m froni Kansas City Wednesdays Thursdays and Fridays 63oP m oing via Pueblo D R G sys tem through Glenwood Springs Salt Lake City to O den etc Home eeker and Colonist rates to various points in the West and thirdeeach month For map folders descriptive literature rates etc consult nearest Ticket Agent of address R T G MATTHEWS TPA Room 301 Norton Hldg Louisville Kv teThe L Nwill sell tickets io Frankfort May 24 and 25 limited until May 27 at 313 for tIll round trip account of State meet Republice to Nashville May the io 11 and I2lh limit ten days at 790 round trip account of the Southern Baptist Convention WORLDS FAIR RATE The L N have made the fol effectttive April 25th and lasting until the close of the exposition For sea on tickets from Mt Vernon and return good until nee 15 19251 Sixty day excursion rates for re return trip 1610 Fifteen day e1 cursititi rates 1405 On tiny the igth and 3151 tick ets will he on sale at 985 lo St Louis and return with a ten day limit The L N Wilt sell tickets to Frankfort May 16 17 and iSth final limit May 21st at 3 13 for round trip on account of the Grandi Commanders Nights clave Also on May ist 2nd lim May igtb and 3rd to rjsth incln sire limit three days for 5 41 to Louisville and return account of String meeting Louisville Jockey Club His Observation Matrimony said the Lenten maid is a holy sacrament Possibly you are right re joined the hardhned bachelor Al I know about it is that the average newly married couple make a holy show of themselves u uu 1JIIIiIIf la Go To Chas CTOavis Drugstore FOR IIDrugs Chemicals ALSO Patents ann Oils Line of Piiarrnaceoficals I AND rI Not Made By a Country Cler- ki m PHONE 64Day Night IOHAS C DAVIS Pharmacist IIlilT VERNOX KY r r hhu WILUS GRIFFINPr- actical LJnclertlcer DIRECTORiMt Vernon Ky Stock Complete FINE HEARSE Attached Can furnish Metnlic Ouskecs and have Embalming done on short notice- Come and see me anything 1 have nor got can get for you on firs train that leave the city OR DERS by wire Promptly Pilled 1JIufIle World All Knows RnihnlYi 111iIf you have a trip in view to En1nsiIle St Louis hwesLIASK US FOR RATES Us v If are reduced in effect on account of- special occasions Home Seekers or Colonists Ex helHi G L GARRETT Uiry Passenucr A gllt l1attllnr h1Sigw t L J AgentLnltisrille u VORMSJl VVHJTES CREAM VERiVliFUCEMoat trr TstO n 23 Years Has Led Womftenedlis And Ask IIIthere rates For all First tWJ J X 3D3RXrCKSXS1- UAMESrreparirt nweer F BALLAKD Sfc Louis 1Sold by CHAS C DAVIS Mt Vernon Ky PALACE OF EDUCATION WORLDS FAIR- huwiag II u portion of the South Facade The graceful and imponr roloniinli is r9 ei oil on all sides 7tratetJie mcfnouS lie where the Rouse of touch is made to supply that of sight and those who are deaf and dumb will alto be given opportunity to display their method of instruction College professors at work in laboratories promise entertainment for the layman and likewise there will be deJnonstnuJon of the methods em pioyed in using the modern telescope und ratiDg photographs of the sun reran and start Supplementing these active exhibits will be otters quite as interesting that hrvt bern secured from all over the world by aeans of the camera Enter one booth and turn the swinging doors of a inoviiWe cabinet You wil see picture after pure illnstratinz school life the chiWrea entering a wars room pupils at recitation in a fire drill dunnhe recess hourln fact through iJl the stares from the hour when they assemble for their studies catil time comes for dismissal As illustrations of public school life In large ides X Pw York St Louis Ocre ad and other raunkdpalWes hrve planned to mate extensive plays wfcjie cities of the oM world wig bring their systems into comparison HJcher education Is exemplified as never before at a worlds fair All the lace colleges of the United States have prepared extensive exiibit 11lii2dP which are supplfmeoted by displays from t hnJcjil insritutJons- lioth interesting and novel will tbe exhibits made by the Agricultural department of the Federal covernmem in the Education baildin for which congress made a special appropriation of lGGGtt These will be in the na ture of ezperimenj stations such have been established at various asj practiIalremonstrated the best system of beI tilizing the soil of sowing the seeds of raring for tbe crops of harvesting them and then for handling tbe same in barns and storehouses Visitors to Its Exposition will be given the portunity for instruction in the diseases which infest the realm of Flora and the medicines or surgery Hist must be employed to combat the iangcrous inroads Located on the Grand basin and com rounding a view of the Cascades th Terrace ot States and the Hall of FesI livals the Palace of Education itsel portion of the main picture can be reached y either the broad boulevards or by transit over the crystal waters of iasooa Its visitors may reach Its toors in toiler chairs on foot or in dola or electric launch In this building as in the others es pedal arrangements have been made for the contort of the sightseers Multitudinous windows permit of free cur rents of air constantly circulating an withdrawal rooms are at every ban where one can sit down after becom ing fatigued from too much exploration Agricultural Plans Completed Mr James L Farmer of Tennessee chief special agent of the United States Oovernm at board Worlds Fair hrs practically completed the plans for the exhibit of the colleges of agriculture and mechanic aril and experiment stations nf which he has charge He has secured space In the Educational build las rOt the greater part of the exhibit which is large and comprehensive and which will be of especial interest to southern planters QUICK ARREST JA GnUedge of Verbena Ala was twice in the hospital from severe case of piles causing 24 turn ors After doctors and all reme dies failed Bucklens Arnica Salve quickly arrested further hflatna tton and cured him It conquers aches and kills pain Only spa at all druggists to TO STUDY THE FAIR Excellent Opportunities For Public Schools to Attend the Exposition In Bodies Special Rates to Be Arranged The school children living within a reasonable radius of St Louis will have opportunities jn connection with the Worlds Fair which never before have IllIgIment to the development of the study df a in connection with the Fair The correspondence of the officials shows that the teachers or directors of many public schools in Missouri and other stag not greatly distant from the ExiMKition are desirous of nuking arrangements to bring their pupils in bode to the Fair in order that the kiMroM may pass a few days in study in the features of the great BpectacJe for their ors e iatelloctuat benefit Already n number of such trips btv iCn plaancd those j1 harf of each making arrangements with tlw tilTOflds for pjKrfsl transportation rates and sturlB Ante or boarding aoo e accommodation in St Louts no oo far from the fair grounds at rc 4oep Pries There is every probability hat during the summer vacation and ia the pprinu and fall there will te numerous xctirs ons to St Louis oi chard children woo will attend the Er tosition iu charge or their tochers and ire particular attention the tea cure which are best calculated t8 aid bent In mental development Teachers as well pupil cannot fail to derive great benefit from a study Af tie ExpoMtioc In the Palace of Eda iatJon will be craned oaonuons mass of maTeriel convte from the vhcols of fwry and nation scifi riScslly classified and showing aa 5u valuable omparaiive exhibit of the work of school eb9dren the world over ofJ1ods of teachurc sanitation of seiol rooms and other thin= of interest in this onIwetiOB- Sp fiaJ facilities are to be provided at the Exposition for tbe comfort and tonvenieiKt of such visiting bodies of teachers and pupils Jefferson Guards or other competent guides will be tailed to pilot the parties through the rounds any buildings pointing our the objects of greatest interest to the cull dren From time to time there wilt be ectures alga educational lines But the entire Exposition is to be a vast picture of universal industry and with its many marvelous machines in mottos its factories and mines in oper ation and its thorough erpostjon of the processes of producing finished arti furIentertaining cr well as bisIy Instructive The childs natural interest in seeing how things aidsIFair who will learn more In one days panoea thefSuppose for Instance that a teacher informationfA walk along the Pin lean of States where the state built hugs are located suggests itself In each of these handsome buildings the children yill be able to gain informa bon which might require months to ob tain in any other way Further Infor thedplays of the products of the states that will be found therein If it is desired that the children learn something about the actual workings of mines a trip through the great mining gulch on the Exposition Grounds will furnish the information Here the pu pUs may iec gold silver cropper lead and coal mines in operation all the processes if taking out and reducing the ores being shown A considerable knowledge of history a taste for historical reading may t imparted to the school children by MADE YOUNG AGAIN One of Dr Kings New Life Pills each night for two weeks has put me in my teens aeain writes D H Turner of Dempseytown Pa Theyre the best in the world for Liver Stomach and Bowels Purely vegetable Xevr gripe Only 250 at all druggists Call at Signal Office and get a storm and tornado insurance policy islight effort upon the part of their teachers in visiting the Government building and examining the prcciou documents to be shown there Here also tbe science of civil government may bo taught to much better advantage than irons tot hooks for each partment of the National Government will have Us separate exhibit showing the workings of the departments its methods and alms To afford the pupils a general idea of the nations of the world it will be necessary merely to make a tour of the foreign government hulltln till teach ers taking the pains to describe tilt habits industries and arts of rite spective peoples represented Suggestions as to how to study the Exposition to heat advantage will be prepared by iuipetHnt poisons nail ftir niyhid to tixwa in charge of schoo hildren g WORLDS FAIR PEWS NOTES lit Iicpartiuviit of Justice will show atSt Louis photographs of the large prisons pjiit iriirSs andvorbhouses in the Lf Iltl Slates with specimens of work 6se hy prisoner During his t tic St Helena pJkOI told hs iwdciuu Dr OSIeam that the sate of use Louisiana territory to the fnd tnls was Ore act of bLi life to wtteia be looted back with the gratest i Irhsue Mr Jamr F Earls has itrolueed a iperh Plaits rate Library of Con gre orbWs will be the principal fear Lure in the exbih4t to be raatte antler ItbiXifiil oiiiitliia oolHttr ia miniature hart already tttw coijplfud Th3 tot TrWn untsli proriise to satin yf rlvs flap reputation as a sealp t and antUit tIIt The exhibit cf AJasfcaa trade awl en terpri s will nf the most iuter stinr at the Exposition The r wjrces of tM ilioi1K seal auHHL cod asd halibut tzshericswihl be extensive Jy spnteiL A family of Alaskan seals UJUqllfojspecimens will be seen The Alaskan building is a typical Alaskan structure with four giant totem poles on each original treaty for the purchase tbujwritten on six pages of Irish linen 1alper bound together with a piece green silk ribbon The original document will je taken to St Louis and the first page securely protected will exhibitedA creamery is a leading fea ture or the dairy section It is 180 by 20 feet with walls of glass Visitors may see every process of buttennakiiss from the caos of fresh mill to the yel low rolls or other packages Economic Recovery Your husband has quite front his illnes said one woman Yes the other The doctors must have done him good I dunnos it was the He got to figuring up what the bill would be an concluded he had been sick a long as he could afford it So he went back to work COMPLETION PUSHED D2SPITE THE WEATHER Increacecl Activity at the Worlds Fair Asourei That Everything Will Or In RcaJinrs by Date of Opening IVlinsarvs frosts lind tut poriMjitJItlo- effect on the growth of tins VorMs hair at St onto Vllli the niuMitiis duty nut tuf iiioiillK ilUiuri the tKter arnltinlt of y haihter to has lis Iluli1nHl1lilCNi on April to the duty set for Ute oiieuiin of the KsiMwItlon Is parent on every hand A renter mini of woiUnien nut employedout the grounds now than at tiny time slucc construction Logan ants ilie results at tained are moll notlwaJile All of the sriiit eslilltit palaces are llni litl On most of theta the full quota of sculpture has been Installed Workmen at dizzy helghtH are busy placing groups of colossal statuary on the Liberal Arts and Klectrielty Palaces Soon the final coat of paint will be given und thou till work of the con tractors will have been ended This will not be dour until April an that when the Imposition opens each build iiiK will be resplendent in its new coat of old Ivory- Beautiful Festival Hall the central lean of the Cuscud territory and tile last of the great Exposition buildings on which work was started is nenrinjf completion The framework was tin ished several days cwt tend the onus mental stall is now heina ajipliid ht the exterior The douse which eui mounts this structure the largest in the world 200 feet in diameter at the base and reaching skyward 250 feet The dome Is greater than that of tit Peters at Home or St 1auls in hum- don Hemarkabie activity is being display ed In tile foreign section Great lint nut Is putting the finishing touches on her replica of the beautiful Orangery French workmen are sim ilar tasks on the Grand Trianon Frances beautiful structure Mexico bong sluice finished her worL and is waiting for the throngs Germanys reproduction of file kaisers castle at Charlotteuburg can be tin tiled in a few weeks Japan did not begin on her replica of the wonderful Castle of Nagoya until midwiut The ground was full of frost when she started excavations and Japanese workmen demonstrated iliir spirit of progress by loosening the frozen ground with dynamite and installing their foundations Now scores of busy hands are rapidly completing the superstructure Brazil displayed great energy in erecting out of the largest and handsomest ctfuctures in the foreign sec lion in a short time The cold climate had no effect on the Ori ulalfc wLo are adding tlie finislclat- ouches to Chinas beautiful structure the first ever built at any exposition with tits Peking governments author ity The decorations oa this structure will prove a revelation Sweats uiMitig was shipped in KtetJoi and a week only will be re quired to raise it when it arrives Itaiy Austria am remainder of the for pJrn cniTe are Trorkhip with t11fl Hersy Kentucky dfdi aTwl hr state ndin on Fob Iowa MKsour OtJa home Afoi VJirlnU and a sao other states hare tanUhcd tboir sUit JKtiWiu Yew Hampshire uri er inm have snbmltt plats mud On tractors have assured these taniy states that their l aildins will he ready to ceive guests on the opening day All the main buildings the feet acre Philippine reservation have beet finished end the Filipino builders arc now constructing the villages of bam mortIposition The Philippine buildings were erected dt a cost of more than 1000 WJ The main structure of the United States Government Indian exhibit i nniiheu and when tins sun shines warm only a few days will be required for the Indians to put up their wig warns and tepees and settle themselves in what will be their homes for seven greater activity is being displayed on the Pike the street than in any other quarter An army of workmen are building structures of nmusement and entertainment that will cost more than 3000000 Many buildings are already finished The Intramural railway was formal ly opened Jan 27 Its electric cars will carry visitors to any section of the grounds at a small cost IOWA STATE BUILDING WORLDS FAIR The view show the north auul east sides of one of the first of the stilt pavilions to be fiuhhed The main entrance Is on the north His recovered answered medicine medicine performing Exposition proverbial remarkably Concessions His Nat mal InffJCDceOn the one band said the teacher at the night school poh ting a longI finger at the map on the blackboard ruin the present complication is Russia On the other hand Here he paused and looked sternly at the shockheaded boy On the other handto aWarts1 hazarded the shock headed boy helpless with terror a iRy lt mIIPmor i httetuOttX ami has heat inatlo mirier his per WltZu Ronalsupurvisioii siuo Its infancy Alloiv UO ono to deceit a you in tutu All Counterfeits Imitations ami Tustasjoo mo hutIlxperiniLnts that tvillo with and eudauce the health otT Infants HUll Cltiltlrcnrxpericnco against lilxperiniciit fkrhiCastorla raises substitutes for Castor Oil Paregoric lutlts lied Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine not other Xnrcotio Mthstunee Its age is its gitarantuu It destroys AVorina IntiCulicand Flatulency It assimilate ltis 1unttregulates tho sleeprlteCENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS IloPis he Signature o- fr U The Kind Yon Have AlwHr 3ough In Use For Over 30 Years cov 6Thif Cf ffi1VfAr1ZirZu iri FRENCH LICK and- WEST BADEN SJrings In tbe highlands of Indiana a two hours ride from Louisville there flow wonderful healing waters that youd spend hundreds of dollars to enjoy if the1 were in Europe- A recent visitor from Philadelphia who formerly went to Carlsbad every year said do not see why anyone goes to Europe for medicinal waters The water is as beneficial and the scenery and surrounding country the air and the oppor tunities tor recreation are better the hotels and all accommoda tions are much finer at French Liek West Baden Springs and this gentleman is a native ot bwiUerlatid The splendid wooied bills with tlw coo invigorating air of tttfse highlands where one can ur joy ruiuliiut depth of the lottut or rides and drives amongr the numerous bridle paths and road ways atfoid pie inure for those who desire isst and quiet white St the splendid and exilurutinj casinos one can nave a the entertain meat and social pleasure possible at the most iaabionable resorts ON THE MONON ROUTE For booklets tellinj alautw wrrBotjl Fates ant ill iniorriatci EH BACON i l L iwilit FT b 1 m Ji I ftrtD t tS n ACCIDENT lrltiiftW HAPPEN TO YOU I So always keep in your home office shop and factory a bottle of paraeamph I i FIRST AID TO THE INJURED remedyforand all hurts Paracamph will give you more sat isfaction than anJ external remedy you ever used If it fails your money will be refunded So try it f Excellent for Chapped Hands and for use after Shaving- At an Dioccists lie roc and Sl00 Battle For sale bv MT VERNON DRUG CO WINCf SitRFACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS- Its not sentiment that malte the most successful shots shoot Winchester Factory Loaded Shells Its the re j suits they give Its their entire reliability even ness of pattern and uniform shooting Winchester tffffp tLeader shells loaded with smokeless powder are the best shells on the market Winchester pHl1 Repeater shells loaded with smokeless powder t are cheap in price but not in quality Winchester t New Rival black powder shells are the favorite black powder load on the market on account of their shooting and reloading qualties Try either of these brands and youll be well pleased They are SHOOT1tTHE BIHK DF IfT VERNON MT VERNON KY OPENED 1900 CAPITAL STOCK 15000 C C WILLIAMS PRES JAS T ADAMS VicsPkES W L RICHARDS CASHIER A B FURNISH ASST CASH DIRECTORSC C Williams Geo Livesay A TJ Fish S VH Martin Rod Perry J E Honk We solicit accountsof firms and individuals Careiul atten lion is given collections entrusted to us Our friends and Sf invited toca11when in town hIh to r Great Scott exclaimed the reporter luukiug over report of tiit wending in the paper Ill bet th t the bridegroom will he sore Whats the matter asked the Si ike Editor He owns an old lamily home steid out in the MII UIDS some wuere lieliev u lie ltd rn o a me juiiu t will 1IlI- cat the Old Alan ili piime got it Old Ma is C C ilhan s- ATTORN uYAT tAW MT VKRMJN KY e yOFFICE On 2r flour ol The Hank of M t Vcrnon on Church atieet tipcciitl aiuntiim given to ollectioiihi- Mionc No 80 M L ll Y HUB hIi OFFICH PIIONR Xo Will he in every 11ODA lIom J C Under C Dimplete 1 M1LINE IIHobos tic attendIStnhforrt Kv The VERANDA HOTEL JSEPII COFFKY 1f0a2aStanford li y Specially equipped for traveling men Sample room on first floor Bathrooms free to guests RATES 200 ser day 17 11 Francisco MONUMENTAL WORKS Brodbcad Kv Granite and Marble Monument and Tombstones FIRSTCLASSSATISFACTION Frifh Hofef IBRODHEAD PROP KY Men Good Sample Room Livery Attached The patronage of Rockcastle citi zens specially desired Miller House HUGH MILLUR PROPRIE- TORHendquarters for Commercial Men tne Porter at all trainsS MT VKKXOX DIRECTORY COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURT Fourth Mon day in each month- QV1RTI1RLY COUKT Fiist Mon day in each mouth CIRCUIT COUXT Second Mon lay in February Fourth Monday in Hay and Third Monday in Sep ten er- f r VKRNON Poucn COURT Th d Monday in each mouth CHURCHE- Si the hrltitll ChurchPreach t 3rl Ntndsts at II end at 71i St la b019111 tI t day OlmTheallr vireo oIoYInlIollenII oo the tilt niUy inoriiliiK and tvenin dm thurch Servip on the Third nUif fay night and Mnndnv Sunday choiil at n every Sunday Prayer nesting on Toenday nights MaSoNIC Ar ilnnd Lodge No meets tnd Moa day J a MT VEKNON It A CHAPTER No MEETS every SECOND MONDAY at 2 pm MACCABEES KO T TENT No meets every li Rod Ird Monday at 730 p m JAS EllOUKCol CHAb C DAVIS R K tx