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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tc Established 1887 ri VOLUME XVII i MT VERNON RQCKCASTLE uTII MAY 13 1904 XUMBER 33 It HI ATT KJ Smith bought of Per Ilia a nice milk cow for 30 v H B MrCJary and A V Smith iimauea thing trip to trtachersville singing school here pro J rgTessing nicely under the tutorship iot Piof Sailor Oscar Capps who has been con fined to hiro oin for sonic weeks Js out again Walter Satgent and wife of Ccvington axe visiting their par eats here Mrs John Boyd has been very sick for several days hut is some what improved Vra McQueen was over atj0 tVPreachersville Saturday to Jhe Masonic banquet ttteudI D N Willmqtt one of Creeks substantial citizens was yheje Mondoy Mrs J VVTate and Miss Sallie Purcell of Brodhead we 2 the guests of Mrs A C Hiatt slndaIili Mrs Allen Hiatt who quite sick for several days U measles we are glad to retort ithI improving I Iir Messr AsHiattJeff Holrlraan j Wm Hysinger and George Iloore attended court at Stanfprd Monday Mr Abe Chesnut and nieceI Miss Ethel Chesnut of I Springfield Mo are spending a few days the family of fW J Chesnut her Misses Nannie Carmical and Bes sie French of Mt Vernon were the guests of the Misses Hiatt Saturday until Sunday LADIES AND CHILDREN Jy l who cannot stand the shockiu strain of laxative syrups and cathar V tic pills are especially fond o Rn1iiwhqliver medicine shouji try thec easy pills and compare the dgree ably pleasant and strengthening effect with the nauseating an ynk SProng cbndjtiots lollpwing tSe nse t nf StherTremcdies Little Early to Risers cure billiousness constipa thin sick headache jaundice ma laria and liver troubles Sold by Chas C Davis the druggistarr On The Installment Plan Jjneys mother who had been away foa a fortnight returned un J expectedly After the first greet iings wereover and she had straight ened the sofa pillows and rearranged the books on the tables she turned her attention to her son J Joey she said sadly after a briefexamination I dont belive you have had a bath since I went r j away 1HonestlyofIhave protested Joey onlyyou r 11haent1ooked in the ig tplacel- Looked in the righT place What do you mean You looked at my neck You ought to have looked at my arms They were just as clean this morning You see Ive been bathing in chapters a chapter a day Legs are one chapter arms are t IlweUI know whimpered Joey a I Y UR t if i id v iJjiun1 JitajUhi n BBODH EAD wattr Miss Ada Owes of this county died at her home in Lebanon June paetiejt sufferer of that dreadful disease consumption for over a year She leaves a husband and two small children to mourn the loss of a kind and devoted wife and aiTeo tionate IlJotbefiMisses Anna Outon and Mary OCannon of Louisville are the guests of Mr andMrs John Flynn Mrs Lou Purcell has returne from Lebanon Junction where she has been at the bedside of her si ter Mrs W li McFerson Mrs Mattie Baughman of Stau ford is the guest of the Dunn famI ily Mrs Moore and laughter are whiting Dr Bentors family Miss Ella Dunn has returned from a several weeks visit to Dan ville and Lancrster uuItiMr and Mrs Dunn of exast are the guests of the formers ents at this Hon ulaceItwas shaking and making ones urday 1John Newland came up from n Livingston Saturday to attend the Masonic meeting at Preachersville On last Saturday night in re sponse to an invitation given the Brodhead Masonic Lodge by the Paeachersville Lodge some iS or 20 of the Brodhead Lodge met the ansid many fiothcrbretbrrn from other place and probably the most enjoyed part was the sup C per prepared by Mrs Cummins aMahle laden down with every thin goodand the kindness shown us by the ladies made one think it was good to be a Mason Something over one hundred partook of the hospitality and ifa supper wa eer enjoyed it was Nothing liking Every thing ot the best ad in abundance Next we as senibled at the Hall where th Master of Preachersville Lodge anF nouuced that Brodhead Lodge would confer the first 3rd degree Crab Orchard andand Lancaster 3rd all three degree work all ofal which was done with credit to each lodge and the fraternity The brethren mixed and mingled together tt and found many hugelytS onegMEMBER BRODHEAD LODGE The Ideal Entertainers will play for the benefit of the Brodhead Masonic Lodge at Albrights Hall hailtoa tertainers Admission 25 and 15C Reserved seats 35 cents 1honest conl y Straw and Fur Hats W acquaintances COLLEGE NOTES The Baccalaureate Sermon is be delivered next Sunday at 1030 a m in the college chapel Th minister for the occasion is Rev George A Joplin Mt Sterling Ky Mr Joplin has several acquaints ces in Mt Vernon and no doubt will be glad to hear him There- will be evening serviced also i the chapel On Monday evening at 730 th Primary department will give entertainment though it see prdwill participate TherewIll varierSexercises Tuesday evening at 730 tl Junior exercises will take and tions1Tl1ereenough to give it 3rietyICommencement proper will oc cur on Wednesday at 230 p m This hour is chosen to acconimo date people coming on the trains It is much regretted that onei tlassfV3lter Miss Fannie Sparks is Saint ValIIis to furnish music for the gradation exercises There is to he a fine concert in the evening by the Ideal En tertsiners to be followed by Class Reception It is to be hoped that this will- be one of the finest commencement occasion Mt Vernon has enjoyed Come all Tickets for the entertainment tertainersIDavis PILESgsays G Ga Carter of Atlanta Ga and consulted a physician who advised me to try a box of DeVittsYitchI I andwas entirely cured It is splendid for piles giving relief stantly and I heartily recommend WitcheSalve is unequaled for its healing qualities Eczema and other skin diseases also sore cuts kinrd quickly cured by it Sold by Chas C Davis the druggist IIChlmmyyer want to ta e her gently by de hand lead her ently down to de water put your arm gently around her vaiat and Chimmy Oh cut it out Its me sister Johnny Oh Push her off der dockIfTornado Policy on your prop- ertyCASTORIA For Infants and Children he Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- turtnatuie of H le God Summer Time Will 1 ComgL AND YOU MUST HAVE sUmm erG 1 ot hi n line js complete come and see them it costs you nothing to look We have any thing you want that you have to wear such as I Shirts Collars Cuffs Neckties Ready Made Suits for Men Youths and BOysl Hats I ProgramBirst rIJHazelSalve Old of nil kinds Overalls Gloves and any old thing you- want to wear also have the greatest line of Tiiiloring in the United States with prices that will sur prise you Ladies Skirts Waists and Slippers all nice firstclass and cheap A CoiriDlete Line of DRY GOODS and NOTIONS We want your trade Come and see us The leaders in their line tt JaCaHOCKERCOa LIVINGSTON t LEVEL GfiflEtf to jVa11well and vBscicham county Legisrlative Session has met an untimely death and placer on a bed f thrns Iiy the cm rt of lil tunicalld IfClctcelIu Ut1CClIIstIt11t1ltHI 111 to an- SI J dlaJI1hISt engiignl in its rite wiey waste time in such childrens plar Enough time and per lcnreri day weie utterly wasted to liaje 1I enacted many valuable and much IanstThe Congressional race is warm 1eig up Gilbert has main warm friends in Rockcastlcf I dont be lite in giving a Pee Simple title to a seat in Congress to any individual neitltetdo I believe in turning a true atilt tried man out simply to make room for a new one therefore Isay hurrah for presiIg e us a democrat one in whom is no gtle and well elect him in November tho some of our rural editors are trying to elect him now Jailer Hines of Somerset went to Mt Vernon a few nights since and gatone Surber a convict who had broke jail at Somerset and took him back and thence to the pen They overturn ed their vehicle between here and Mt Vernon badly drippHng a Mr Farmer They claim that their aIdriver was intoxicateddrunk the boys call it in Rockcastle Now we never become intoxicated fIget drunk unless we go to some other connty to get the Bug Juice which proves that we are no worse than our naborsCorn planting and sheep shearing is the order of Partners A big crop is Putout Lots of tatersare planted ati big gardens Our People ar be coming vegetarians We shonld eat less hog and mor garden truck Try a ridge ot pars ps T Uli other things they are healthful and I easily raised Most of our little wool growers will sell wool in the andIahesSome of our merchants got a little riledand are paying 140 for them The 1 J boasted of a Lincoln hucksters buying 1400 dozen in that county in a week Whv sir our Leeel Green merchant sells to tee Enbanks huckster 800 or goo dozen per week Our women have learned that feeding hens for eggs teat raising chicks for sale Tur keys goslings and ducklings are few and far is weIllftdweek from small flocks others proportion Some fine node colrsI 111Isheep why they are higher than a goodfyoung mooley cows aud calves for sale Betsy has a lot of geese and both old and young Pekins for sale cheap also a good sow and 7 pigs We see a resurrection has begun in the vegetable kingdom and many little plants have come forth dressed in suits of living green Say Ed can you hold upon Walton and Hearst long enough to tall us why the pubs of the II th naItliveand why give good white men back seats and bring black men to the front Are they afraid the brother of color mont exert them Is a black a colored man or a man of color eh I We see the Japs are amusing themselves on the Czars troops Ifnothing but fight will do I hop tY t Russia will get so badly whip knowIgoes o big fo his trousers any way and gooAsoundl threshing would help the boy so it on until n bawls like a c IfflThorn Brown is convalescent and our old friend and nabor J M Hurst after a siege of over three yearS with a complication of ailments whicb baffled the skill of the M Ds is on deck again and DOW bids fair tp live a long time jt ftp tae ulet the busyWF- rr NEvGfimc I omk Every Day It St ilrtihlI Alli we continue to Lead LOW PRICES withI 20 percent 20 percent gomg Four for harntins L H Livingston 7 a DeBorde is drilling a new well in his yard Uncle Bill is treating hog cholera which has recently broke loose in our town An ounce of preventative beats a pound of cure therefore feed your hogs spts of turpentine before they take keepthealthy friendL ms IPLIJIGIOLS Rev 011 Huey contribute the following I closed a delightful ofIto ride horseback with 25 addi continuedIthe seat of the FrenchEvetsole feud of several years While there tey had one examining trial for murder and tow have a compara lively quiet connty No whisky legally sold aud the moonshine business is about broken up We have a new Baptist school building just about finished costing about 5000 School is conducted b Rev A S Petry who heretofore securelast term He hopes 10 open in thefall wader more favor able conditions and with about 300 students The young men and ent5idetermined to make something o themselves Hazard is in the mils of a population of 70000 that is almost without religious privileges It was a pleasure to labor among them and I give God the prate- rfo the wonderful blessings we en AliitDinerallands are looking for a railroad andI Jackson had better look Interior Journal Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Chas C Davis our local drug recomigestion causes more ill health than anything else It deranges the maniaeI of diseases Kodol Dyspepsia Cut e digests what yptteafcares indjges ltnn dvspensn and all stomach tf Perfecat digestant but a tissue building ton perrstrength and increased vitalit follow its use- NationalOur Birds The American The eagleI May the pue give us peeve in our States bpd the other a piece for all our plates I Published Every Friday g ND still Cut on all ShoesI Cut on all HatsI IIDontfai1el5ewheliDA VIS Ky ou AIL Mrs Wilmoth Elder is on tbelI sick list- Gillis Craig is a little improved in health at this timeiMiss Ava P Brown has been o rat the sick list for the past two weeks Several have finished planting corn and a great many are planting l now ICharlie Proctor has gone to Son erset to work at the carpenter trade Eld Eugene Snodgrass of Lex fMrsJohn Stringer Jrvholeft home a few days ago and went to Indiana is now sick at that place Illr and Mr Win Ferrillof county are in this locality visiting friends and rela rives Eld J L Davis filled his regu Jar appointment at Providence Sat urday and Sunday He has about recovered from his hurt received sonic time ago A SURE THING sureInot nllogelher true Dr Kingsl Consnmptionlis troubles Thousands can testify to Mrs C B Van Meter of Shepherd town W Va StShI had a severe case of Bronchitis and for a year tried every thing 1 heard of but got Sfw then cured me ab solutely Its infallible for Croup Whooping Cough Grip Pneumo nix and Consumption Try it Its guaranteed by all druggists Trial bottles free Reg sises Soc 100 RQCKCASTLE COUNTY COURT ArRij TpRjj AiRU J5TH 1904 It is hereby ordered by the Court that the boundarv of Livingston voting precinct No 7 of Rockcastle County Ky be and the boundary thereof is changed so as to include the residence of H M Mink S D LKVIS J R C Cia copy attest IM C MILLER C R C C By B H JOPLIX D C 4The mare you eavost nfter hap pines says the captain of thei Colonels launch tbe more it wil 1an Islip away When you try to catch it itwill fool you like a bubble ahd then burst the minute yotigtt yourliands on itII Wise PapaSo you are in love with that penneless youngster eH 1Jow I propose to cure you of that Sje itvtlfulhJIltit you cant Im deterraued to marry him Siwhati C 0 X TT A r Squirrels and whipporwills are plentiful Mrs Nellie Hayes viitecl rela tives in Berea this week Judge Chenault of Richmond was here this week on business Dock Stuckey of Linl slot u i tended Sunday school here Snn dry evening Mrs D N Martin has just re turned from a visit to relatives in Richmond S Berry who lit bet t1OU fU list for tho past week is improving Prof Petters of Lexington was rhere this week to analyze CODWOTS famous water n B Beldon who his Lad a se vere case of measles for past two weeks is fast improving Mr Wm Kelton aud family oF Panie ton this week D C Pullins transferred two hives of bees for J S Report killed a rattlesnake and found abee tree while he irasat Brush Creek 1at week Notwithstanding the disagrees bie weather itetlance had this FixIswarms J J Wood Hayes are renting their store house to a new coat of paint Now if the R R Co will paint the new depot and whitewash the stock pens our little village will bejin to look like its coming to the front A STARTLING TEST To save a life Dr L G fcnitr madeaIpatientjwaattackfd rio Bitters excellent for acute stomach and liver troubles sn I prescrib ed them The patient gained from the first and has not had an attack in 14 months Electric Bitterlfate positively guaranteed for Dy rrlsia Indigestion Constipation themIOnly Miss Flanaigau I wi I give ye answer in a month Pat PatThats right me fdcrtint take plihtv av toime to think it over But tell me wan tbing now will it be yes or no The Colonel banteringlyPat- oure the most artistic drinker teer sawit must have taken lots of practice to get that ri Lt elbow rtisticallrI v fi o y r MT ERdaPRIDAS MAY 33 1904 t Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT jI S1tn cRiPrION ONK VJJAR i onIapplication 1IX n L MOORE to ir e nnty is l iniliilit for Con reec the Hishih disirict to sllceellIll it R 7itiei subject to the action if the liciiiocraiic jwirfv Your siiijnrtiiittrnt ly solicited 1ION HARVEY 1IE1U Of Stanfiml a ndi lat fur Consrrcss in this the Eighth ilistrirl subject tothe ae tins of the Jicinoemtit partyCHON R G GILltKllT Of hclly rifle is1 oaniliilnio for Com r inili the Eielilli di uric nifc Ol Mm tdfIlIhjtrt to the artiou of the JMniw iaic party n YES OR NOSBRKR WALTON insists on this paper answering Iris question i es runo as to what we arej jr oing to io if Hearst is made the Presidential norms e It has never lean our motto to climb a thou tnin until we reach it or to jump a sweats until we got to it Sufficient tint the day are the questions thereof Let us settle the question of the HJV before we take np those of nest month ornext ear It is not n question as to what we shrill do aftrr the nominee is riainerl but it is nr v a very err ltS one as tqi what e Democrats of this State and hon will do in selecting fielega to mime tile nominee at the St Louis convention in Juyj Jibe questfcn in iieifirst place is a silly ilodfjc of the plain and nak truths stated b11S which Edd could nojJind did not try to an 4verV 1jvijeihe dodger that he isj ofw1 counselind advice as to what allj mod Democrats should do now by i ast1 a question as to what te J dcil an ir iiolida n Jmb jr One1ilifiig at a tinie i my brotliRr one thing at a time Mr Hearst if nottIe nominee a ifile should besill take caretof that question then In the mean l time let us etabout to select Convertrbrtwltio wjH1Mcl r i l arid 1 wisely whoirillname either Par- kerl Gorman Cockrell Olneyr Mc j Clellan handsome and brainy Joe Baily4 that glorious SootheI fibHie SpUi adlid Hams find as sure as day follows night vicory will he OUouel II Democratic President will take theIplaceof Mr Roosevelt the Rau Rider i Either ore of these men will he a platform within himself people the enough of TheI and with a found platform sound site ann brainy Democrat ynit vio Ire almost certain villoryIN issue appears the announcement ofthe Hon G G Gilbert who is a candidate to suc geed himself in Congress from the Eighth district For six years Mr Gilbrt has represented the people of this district faithfully and with uniiring energy and to the voters needs no recommendation POLITICS AND POLITICLI President Roosevelt has appoi n ed Col A L Mills Commandant the West Point Military Academy conynlation of the delegates sofarei ctedtd the national Dem Jocralhe divided as follows Uninstructed 156 inc Parker 94 for Hearst 64ior Olney 24 for Tom L John 3 ttatc Convention to elect dele gates to the National Conventi and to reorganie the party com mittees wjis caifed by the Demo era tie Executive Committee to be lieinY jIiMiisfHle on Jnne 8 Count v irnssconventious will be held en June 4th to elect delega to the State Convention After lIe othe stormiest iugsin tiiepartyVs history gatherII ocrats rf Connertifnt in tion at JTsftilorrt clecu i fourteen ddegates to the National Conveu tiurt ittsirui ted them for Park YrufladopcfJ hun t rule T cfrs bnipn tirade a tight for an uni iu inici Ed delegation lint we e de fen ted Pote of 366 186 At a meeting of the Democrtic1t i ij panty anverltjbn at Lafayette ry t Daniel W Shrunk a cindi te forth democratic nomination for Governor declared he Ind refused an offer of the nomination and a 25000 campaign fund to successfully manage the Hearst campaign in Indiana He charged that Kirby Smith county chair man was under a similar contract J0to deliver the Tenth Congressional district to Hearst A not followed wereIHearstI s A State convention to elect cycle conventionlandmittees was called by the Demo Couttnittelto e ounty mass conventions will be held on June 4 to elect delegates to etathe State convention The commit tie adopted a rule requiring the recognition of the delegates holding prima facia credentials in effecting the temporary organization of the tate convention The rule was the outgrowth of Chairman Youngs declaration to Gov Beckham and others at a recenct conference that he would not recognize any delega tion sent by Mayor Graingr and Hthe city administration even though the Louisville delegates b e regularly and properly chosen Chairman Young also predicted serious trouble in the State con veil t ion He says he will ignore the State committees ugly rules as to credentials and will do all he HearsIt for President a SOU ATS d= 1BY JET firesedstreetieA couple of inches or less IAnd still this is over two feet fllaria deardidyou bring those union plasters 1 asked you to No what do you want them for IThes seats are awfully hard r tjMar5a Mrs CltinnyThey tellthe that milesls now Mr Cllinnthat a pleasure it would be to talk to you that way Well mydear fellow can o desirabifjiofmind Mike Well sor indeed thin no unless it be absince of body Irr Wheat =How is Josh doing at schoolIMr Cdrntossel Splendid HeV beta hazed played football and jined two college sercietier an Haint been to the hespital once you remember when IHeDo and Iused to come your house to pIaI Werent those jolly times ofShetVerent hey An your mamma never let you stay more than an houriYes an a was in doubt as to whether she lovedhim enough to marry him or ihAndfinding out i xa There was another girl who got to acting as ifslte wantedhim Swearoff for 1904 c TvItse sworn t e year decitd whilesutleast Jan 3 We ell Thank you Ill taken cigar Jan 4 I dont care if I do- an 5 7 1UnsucCeSSfUI1There whom immediate success torch comes they are met by constant theony struggle scant rewardand Hcanter recognition from the world The sheets of success are never rthemaytnot mess ng of life it may be theirs to pluck from failure the immediate llotverAfnohlechar octet New Cure Ire Consumption FranIcisco walkinfiheefficacy fortieVtried it himself and it cured him tnwears ago physician toi3jf u but tteemoptfisftr lise and was told to go lpme aifdfdie Comfortably l dt hii ut tae ansvrcdilIIunlit and it I die Ill die fighting Me fought step by step up North ndlovercovered 1340 miles as nearly mr he can estimate When he started out he weighed 96 pounds and role lung was gone sartelyiuons tramping and sleeping out at night it was summer time he began to feel better He improved ally hut never censed his rge alter health and to this filet he Attributes hiscnre Mr Norris hadij ste whom he met on his traveling ch tfly railroad men amongth m he was always welcome for a meni or two He followed the line f the railroads and in this way be I came acquainted with the operators s be1iefI siseJOIN u CAUItOLIi IA CANDIDATE FOR o AI PEIIATIV JUDGE or Tits DISTRICT Hon John D Carroll of New Castle one of the best known law yers in tho State has announced as a candidate for Appellate Judge in this District subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Car trolls friends especially in the legal professionhave for a long tor desired to see him on the bench the highest court in the State has held several offices of trust inr honor and in all of them acquitted himself with credit When quitt IP young man he served two termv in the Legislature was a memo lof the Constitutional Convention and ore of the throe commisstonen appointed by the Governor to revs the statute laws of the State to con form to the changes made by t constitution and was for three years chairman of the Democrat State Central Committee He the editor of Carrolls lientu k Codes of Practice and Carroll KentuckyStatutes law books th are in generaluseaud that may be found in tbeofSce of every laws et in the State A man of high in tegrky great industry with an e Illuthe law and in the prime of life his large circle of friends believe toto would make a splendid judge Trimble Democrat Dr William Allen Ptisey o Chicago lost or was rolihedof tube of radium which is worth 200000 an ounce troy DAILY TOURIST SLEEPERS TO CALIFORNIA Iron Mountain Route operat Sleeperse St Louis to California leaving 830 a m daily via Little Rock Tex arkana Dallas rout Worth and El Paso The Ideal Route fo Caliior nia Fast Schedule cheap Colo nist rates in effect daily during months of March and April 1904 to California gild the vQrthve Pulhrianrp urist sleepers via Mis souritPacific Railway y leav St LouisVevery Thursda t5Vq rjUij from Kansas City fWednesilays Thursdays and Fridays 630 pm going via Pueblo D R G sys tern through Glenwood Springs Salt lake City to O den etc OD1eseeker and Colonist rate toI various points int1e West and 1 Southwest overy first and ttirdl Tuesdays each month tilt map folders descriptive literature rate g jetcjl consult nearest Tjckej5 Agent ofaddressy 11 T G MATTHEWS TPA fmarl t tt flipintobefore you buy it Lion Coffee comes in sealed air tight packages po chance or hqn Hng fgeClean Fresh and Fragrant LfJfil B IM THE SUNDAY SCHOOl JiIsrssn in iie Ijiiernatipml iBerles for ilay 15 1004 Tte Prodi dgnl5oit TIm LESSON TEXT 5Luke 15ll2t OOIJ3KX TEXT and let ns tt ONd1cani ltillrm tcaancLulc 1019 reaching About tie Kingdom Uu1el3223i Warned Auinei H roaiLuke 122135 Discourse at iyarl9ss Table Luk634l2 r lscoure on Cotrtir tho CostVLuke 142135 Parable Lost Sheep and Lost Coin Luke 13110 Parable Lost SanLuke 15ll32- TI5JEJanuary A D lastmXOTKS axe COMMENTS Jesus basso far vs 11 illustrated from things itistnotr it is a person a lueartthaibleedsIfor parables Jestsscomes backto IHsrown illustration ofthe relation betce n God a nd man and pictures it in the simplest end most beautiful and most winning war possible Most of us are not and need not be theolOgians in the ordinary setae bat we may al master iiietheol ogy of the parable of the Prodigal Son ofoare sev ral varieties t t theology tQ be found in books that we call the Bible hut whether ihsy took shape before the birth of Jesus or after Isis iloath they mistsquarewithllisuirniepchinwithegard we cannot accept them for ourselves A certain man hart twbon The whole point ofthe parable is in the lationship father andson Theyotirii er cf them He was iEepprienced ana headstrong His the old story of a hoy with a hankerins in itself natural anfi right to see the world cud a broader life than that of the home of his child hood he supposed he knew the crldjhad probably bragged of it distance uehad lent eruhsntmeiit and he was wild to pnter its varied arid fascinating life The portion of thy sub stance that taIl rih cOilcthird of the pea eriy would be the Vporiion of the younger son twothirds that of the elder A hops desire to realise the freedom and activities ofC3anhood becomes worst the moment it forgets to have considera tion for the rights and feeling of others anti the restraints existing because o his relationship to 1onie or society God IIedirided imto them his lit ng tint because he had to not be bOIou11thens because he saw that a time had come in the boys life when ho must b thrown on his own responsibility Men are creatures of free will and this become a man Took his iinto a tar country Ho wanted to boyI awa vfroni all who had ever seen Jtnown hind from the restraint tintaQui IutPerhapA he had onlj to ito perhaps seeing tlfet him mFaihseirg low impioral ab1 norma tile alit fine torn many per haps hf thought he could play with fire and opt be burjied or perhaps it way a cast the candle and themoththe life of say revelry had an almost irre sistiblo aHraetjpnfor him and he flew it the moment hs was free When he had spentnn That hfi spent alf indicates the sheer madnes ot his course He ignored almost ever onidration that should influence a arosaaeI usuallyjpomes 10 the one who has thrown away his opportunities It if neither good economy nor good to learn ViEilom only from the sinyenoughItb irIto the point tilt he was i rant Then when the terribleness 01 Jliis piigjake cane to Kim what did he ffo TCdhe say I will arise and go tc my father Did he admit that he bar been vraianil go baclt Not yet It is hard todoiliai He became a swine herd HusksTIe nutritious peas of the carob tree somewhat like locust pods The lastresott ofstanjn Syrians even today atgybes hcjcameto Himself One o tIle most significant seriiencrsr in the 4sumethofi t rath butthe reverse The fa cDun trjVKith its drunkenness and misery he is in to be sue but it is not home and Jbaf life is not ills life Itr is unpafural abnormal and lisanc Yhen tte prodigal cause to his Senses to himself his real self he realized It toothat though he was wtth the swine ho was not one of theiiJ tbathe wns the child of his coble father that his letter eelf was his true self and that Jn lear lng that nishtinaro land he was return inshome In calling men to follow lttm Jesus is not calling them to leave t elrIown life to live one that is not their ownbut from an abnormal Yld unsat plrfjoctpry of wrornggdnhrestbach h lc5ome nutiitalUfe of chil comeIto Him LXiIED AT THE HEART TJje promises add power our prayers ofluauNo need 10 eat brambles in order toj pet the berries j lie who would establish anothers faUlt must be well founded himself He who has notJieard Cnrisl ao has not heard His come God gives no man a contract to bun the fences aroUnd Hia kingdom 1As1pona a child knows its father ought toknow iU Father its J eavenjJHams Horn John Camlbelt qNew YorkI pap merchant hoin1t illion dollars seven yearS ago has a petition in bankruptcy with liacilities of 48306 and assess rlents doubtful VEGETABLE SICILIAN Hair 1 IIStops 4yersThis I Stop itof you wilt soon be bald Gfye younfhatr some Ayers Hair Vigor The falling will stop the hair will flairVigor grow and the scalp will be clean and healthy Why be satisfied with poor hair when can make it rich IA7era halrnenTiy nil rarer nut I then tried llatr Dolt our Iwtllu the yrrr hair oin real tlfk and jnrt a little curls JI Saratpf f a bottle J cA1011AltdrnYgiufor Thick Hai- rIiWS ITEMS The committe which was pointed to consider the 2disa api ty of changing the name of pal Church has reported in the err hive The activity of burglars in Chi ago has made burglary insurant here unprofitable and a new sched uleofrates is announced to go ir to effect June i tlttooufor 40000090 which was dt lv eyed on Monday to J P Morgan x Co of New Yolk as disBursing tgents oi this government oh account of the Panama canal pur chose tile warrant was dated alai 9th and was delivered by fee etary Shaw personally Monday This warrant is many times latger than any warrant ever before issued gesrurn 1 e Government warrant was foriooooo paid to Russia in i86b on cconnt of the Alaskan purchase The next largest sum was 5500 too paid in 1976 to the British Government on account of the Halifax award undrthe treaty of Washington for infringement of fishers rights in Nova Scotiau governmento rihas 20000000 for the Phil ippine islands but this sum was represented Uy four warrants 015 000600 ach The 15000000 igreed upon as the purchase price for the Louisiana Territory was jaid in 1803 by the asnrnption by claimsofihe citizens of this country against France amounting to 53750000 nd the issue to France ofcertifi aces of stock n the sum ofir X50000r IltooREIVARDtoo pleasedrIJscasc that science has been aWe to curl in ill its stages and that is Catarrh HallV atarrh Cure is the only positive cure now jflown to the mcdicil fraternity Catarrh tring a convtituiional disease requires a instiiutioiial treatment Jlalis Catarrh Cure is wken internally acting directly upon he blood and mucous surfaces of the system hereby destroying the foundation of the strengtilhCnature in doing its work Tbelproprietors owel11hatase it tails to cure Send for listof twtti uouials Jdres F1 CIIGF1CO Toledo O SW byall Druggist acts Halls family 1ills are the best i finUO Wthe Lodi s 9WV T BANNERS lRTS Come and See IliIT1 110 HESE SKIRTS are of the best goods for the lowest 11prices They arj made better than any other sknt in the land for the least money 11UCOME LOOK at our ti45Oour X300our durfl8Onndour SlUO skirts before 200I111because we ean save yon money WE HAVE A FINE LINE OF Dress and Waisf Goods co M Ewe will he glad to show you through our stock PiFF pnOne 87Ve will make piompt delivery goods to any part of town F KRUEGER SONS MT VERNON KY bull have hurrytTo finda line of shoes to ours in honesty of IIequal or attractive handle the celebrated a Tennent Shoes Made inSt Louis They please everyone The Celebrated Ten eatShoe A LWAYS preferable For nice fitting Style and Dura bility they have no superior JONAS Me iENZIE Sole Agent Mt Vernon Ky x o q iGRANViL LE OWENS UNDERTAKER Ii Brpdhead Ky FULL LINE I Coffins Caskets and Robes All Mail Telegraph or iTelephon orders Filled Promptly fctpf j S B RAMSEY For Fresh Meats of all Kinds Give us a trial and if we please you tell others if not tell ns MEAT qwietoR i anyrpart of town SHOP in basement opnosite Court house i n t UffNCRiSCEHJR iflr tliV ED SOUTHERN RAilWAY i SHORTEST ROUTE AUD QUICKEST SCHEDULES i CINCINNATI KVOXVIUU13 CHARLESTONATLANTAUU UNaHAI JACICSUVvLLt3 stil2EvuPUft7 O RrtANTf rtnJ TEXAS POINTS k AOORES3Goo Lexington RinearsoOri n CiNCINNATI t THE PULUNS BEE HIVE Latest and Best on the Market Tiy it ancTbe convinced that your bees will make more honey arid do better than in any other v j f D C PULLINS Conway Kyv TRN0i SIGNAL ith VLFNON tKiI y1U Z9CRtI up No 79 when watt toCnmnitinir Cate with SIGNAL 79- =j U RCc BLEITIME T l4 north 1206 p m 4north 3o8 a 23 south 129 p mI 25 South 105 a It lAS LANDRUM Agent tv Phone 58itatiredttheMtVernd he Pt m1- PERSONAL Mrs Lee Proctor is ry sexjyw Miss Annie Thompson is visi tfng in Lexington W A n Davis is on the Federal grand jury at London Mrs dMrl w JRider have returned from California Mr John W Miller was out from Lancaster this week tBofhto the wife of VR Beck Wednesday a fine girl baby Victor Tate returned to Lexin ton business college Tuesday 0jas E Houk is spendin this veekwhh his wife at StanfmdI Dr Davis is improving his drug store by giving it a new ot of paiiit Mrs Udib Chestnut left Monday for Teun to spend several weeks with her son Jack JtcCallL Dr Gibson of Richmond was called to Level Green yesterday to see stirs Henry Citron who ij very sick airs M Pennington was called tcf1 Jackson county this week on account of serious illness of beet brotherMr antk Mrs B J Betlimim will go to San Francisco in Angus with Jhe Knight Templars frorjlt Kentucky t Lytle Adams came down froma t Grays Mojiday to get a boss e i5tylicfi the coal company bought of t E B Cox 4v rMiss Lucy Thomas who has bee l with her sister Mrs MI4 Myers for the Jpst year returned home Saturday Dr Myers went as far as Louisville Mrs Villis Adams left Wednes s day night for St Louis HerJ mother Mrs Schooler came Tues a of the yehome jflgSSatterfield Mr and Mrs John Gen try came up from L banonjuncc tion to attend the burial of TyreeI Gentrys little dauglttrIDr W JChildress was up from Livingston yesterday and told us that Tom Hilton son of the late Jim Hilton of Livingston was tilled by a switch engine in the L N yards at Louisville yesterday morning Hilton was an employee of the company LOCAL Dot forget the Ideal Entertain ersatthe College chapel May 18 f Jonas McKenzie has put on a der livery wagon and will deliver allIt goods in town Have your clothes cleaned by the Danville Steam Laundry may 6 31 C D Surras Agtw Rememb r the Ideal Ent Hain ers at Albright Hall Bioihead may 17 Adnissin5 and 5 c tsfor Reserved seatS35 ceiItsiThe L N will sell tickets to Nashville June 10 to i5th final limit June I8th at 5o5 for round tripaccount of the United Confed erate Veterans Reunion Deputy Sheriff J W Tite ar restedEd Hiatt Monday and brought him hereand lodged him in jail Hitt vraiTengag fribe shooting at PJ Halls laseeo1i1 when Harrison shot Edwart i The Kentucltybuilding at the Worlds Fair at Sj Louis willbe dedicated June 15 insteadof June las at first Announced The change has been made Oas Jpco inside with the meerrng ftii enat tucks Prew Asoc ailirrir jihich will be held in St Louts cu the idsamelug has already become veT poptyular at the Fair During the week 2000 guests were registered an attendance among the State Buildings second only to tha- issotui k REELECTED At the State Mac cabeemeeting hall at Ashland last IaIwasre wander of that orderand Mr Ed- Tannerof Ji bicIiinneywas ag tifc chosen State Record Keeper John Paul Davit IKILLEDMr rand a brother i B Davisi of this place was killed by one QueenI0 board the train while in motion ciAWednesday evening that Buck serioutit Maret a sou of Mr Alva Maret of ly hurt at Elizabethtowii No furrrther particulars Mrs Jones Fish ana Mrs Forbes his sis ers left LU the early train yesterday morning to go to tee him CARD OF THANKSN e wish to press to the psopleof Mt Vcruoii and Lebanon J unction our heart eel thanks for the many kindnesses and sympatiiy shown us in the los of our darling baby Especially di we want to thank Bro Carmical for his nice little talk at the church Air and bars TVREB GENTRY Mrs Georgt Biown of the Freedom section after several months intense suffering died yes reeds morning at 3 oclock She thge eaes a husband and seven children to mourn the loss of a devoted com panion and mother The burial will take place today at 10 oclock at the Freedom burying ground JOhnliI hlmSdllfthrough nd his room and it is believed itijfiring the shot whica sent intoI his own e pucuaelyorfWilliajntry best people in AVhttley county will he remembered that in a fiiilu at Paint Lick about two year lO bet vecn Dr C E Poyniz and Mr Siler the doctor was kitten and iJ Mr Slier severely wounded one shot taking effect in the hip which snotnante Those who were well ac quinted with Mr Siler say that b has never been himself at any time since the killing The burial took place Monday near his old home Paint Lick i Rissie Gladdys the little three ar old daughter of Mr and Mrs Gentry died at Lebanon Junction Saturday after an illness ofonly 20 minutes The little child was out in the yard playing apparently all right but all of a sudden rushed into the house and told its mother that it was choking and in less than half an hour died in a con vulsion It was a sweet child an to the devted parents it was their idol and the sudden shock seemed almost unbearable to them The body was br011 there on the ear ly train Sunday morning and taken to the home oL the randparents Mr and Mrs H C Gentry A ter short services at the stI church at 2 oclock m Sundarf 1conductedmical the remains were laid rest in the Mt Vernon cemetery was one of the prettiest corpse we have ever seen aud in its little white coffin surrounded by beautiful flowers many and varied ith its golden locks streaming about its face as if in life time and its sweet innocent face which won it a kind word from every one seemed to be only sleeping for a short while soon to arise and greet its fond parents with one of its tender childish greetings On ly those who have had experience or can place themselves in the same attitude can fully appreciate how hard it is to give them up LIVINGSTO to erris attending the raceJ at Louisvnie this week Lawvetvjohn Brown of Mt Ver bbn Uii1n loxvn Monday Ideal EniertsitieRs yare you going Mrs J3 Fisbbaci tis visiting relatives FarnibutihiCha8 Wells of Jel Hep nyasf the guest of friends here SundavMrand Mrs Rolla Harris of Paytontovvn Madison coun are visiting Mr and Mis James McGuire Miss Ella Butner of Wildie was tbeguestof the Misses Sindtayto Dont forget the benefit enter taittmentfo be given at Unchristian church for the Ladies Aid Society by the Ideal Entertainers Friciy May 13 R C Wade is improving r his property by adding a new Wire fence paintetcair Lam Mitch ell and sister Miss Lizzie of Lonw don were the guests of Mr and Mrs Ed Woodall the kst of th ofeekWe failed to mention Ib e names of Masters Archie Cooper John tacky Ben Fishtiack and Miss Lizzie McKinney as poetic pants in the closing Fchool exerf given by Mrs Wade and th McFerron Little Browning wintsexerybody to know that he went fishing this week Mr and liars John Shearer have from Paris will reside in the Bowman Cockrell addition Mrs Walter Miller and children are visa tiny relatives at Brodhead Mrs Wm Cottongiin and chitI dren are visiting relatiyPSat Mill HillNetw peopc new new New features throughout is what sjthe Ideal Entertainers for their coming mnonnceI Mr and Mrs j F Alpha of Her ryville Intl wil arrive hereabout the to visit their brother and GattsIIa visit at Paris and Cincinnati iMes dames Ollie Mungle and Avery of Covington were the guests of Miss Lela Sain brook ot the Sambrook Hotel Tuesday and Wednesday George Reynolds was in Brodhead Tuesday on business Mrs Brack Graves entertained a number of Iihouor ninD place Will attend the convention a ofltheaudiences better happier gent and more accomIplishe is high and any company that puts that motto on ItS banner and travels the same territory for six years in succession must posses solid merit or it would have been driven front the Mrs W Childress sPentseeial hours in 11MStanfordSixthe aqj tour the Ideal Entertainers They will be here May 13th for the benefit of the Ladios Aid Society with a new program They has many companies on tqe road an are sending us one that has never been in this State beforealt Myrtle Chewning is visiting lives in IndianaMiss Lida Coo is on the sick list this weekMiss Ella Howell returned home from Paris MondayTrain Master Au derson of the K C R R Division of Paris was in town dCRAB MondayI Misses Ila Holdam and Winnie Condor continue ill Henry Fish of Wildie was vis iting friends here last week fromsLickEMiss Mary Wilson is at homeS r Lexington where she has attending school toLou Pettus and wife of Berea attended the burial of Miss Pauline H yardinMr Ed Gooch and wife nee Miss Pattie Wilson visited htr father and family on Sunday last Mrs WilsKingand her two handsome sisters Misses Ina and Lizzie Roberts of Gum Sulphur were in town on Saturday last doing some shopping Mack Holmes is suffering with rheumatism likewise your correspondent Also Sim Middleton has yellow jaundice Mesdames Me Whorter nd Elnm have been sick but we are glad to say they are imI provingtA large box about 8 feet long and 3 feet wide filled with flowers toIbe strenover the grave of Col Welth was one of the features oft tpt cession The late custom of laying flutsersouthe graves of our loVecl oner is indeed beautiful out we should not wait till the cold clgds has concealed them from our sight to make an outward show of our affection We should scatter the flowers of kindness and sym pathy and love white they are with us Many a heart is hungering and suffering iu silence too proud ask for the love which we are concealing in our own hearts andI a ithus two are made unhappy when bothmixht be brightening each others pfttlr with flowers Died on Saturday the 7th inst Miss Pauline Hardin daughter of Samuel Hardin one of the oldest citizens of this place Miss Pauline ao one of the rare woraefi we d of in books but seldom meet llre who gave up nil the pleas tare of youth for the sake of her old father and sisters Shehasin deed lived a life of unselfish love hapInranutrgrnC her reword We dn ply sympa thize with the aged fniltar and herItbeIlovepaper the other day my eye caught sigh of the following Mrs the greatest winner in the races I felt like bowing rily head in the dust blush that I am a woman but because I am one is one reason that I want tuv sex to be all that sayIwasIprivileges I contend that a man who is capable may fill any position which has heretofore been womanIopposite sex in business relations esbetterIrated fifty years ago A masculine woman is disgusting but a femi bejTHE DISTRICT COURT OF IIN UNITED STATES FOR THE DISTRICT OF KEN TUCKY IN BANK RUPTCY In the matter bankruptX DIt pt for disIchore filed ou the 4th daYof A D egos it is ordered by the court that a hearing be had upon flaygin said district nearltherelo in the MT VERNON SIGNAL a districtdappearss thekprayer not be grantedWITNESS the Honorable A Seal M J COCHRAN Judge of said Court and the seal thereof at London in said district on the 4th day of May A D 1901 JAS C FI NELL Clerk Bv w W CLARK D C Miss Rose Rayls a beautiful young girl from Henderson Ky attempted suicide by setting her clothes on fire in a cell atthe police in St Louis and was rescued by theturokey LaFallette Tenn suffers a great loss by fire the entire of the J business portion of the town being destroyed The loss is estimated- at 200000 with about 6pooo intsurancf BONE FOOD Sof tandcrookedbones mean bad feeding Call the disease rickets if you want to The growingchild must eat the right food for growth Bones must have bone food blood must have blood food andso on through the list Scotts Emulsion the right treatment for soft bones in children Little doses everyday give the stiffness and shape that healthy bones should haveI straighterloofirmness comes to the soft heatts Yirong food caused the trruble RlnhtfoodwJllcttreit In thousands of cases Scotts Emulsion has proven to be the right food for soft bones in childhood Send for free sample SCOTT A BOWNE Chemists 4O841S Pearl Street New York acsad IwolWdttlt r I 1FORTHE- SPRING L y TRADE WE have just received our W near stock of Spring Goods a lio townAi WE HAVE iWhat You Want i J Come and examine our istocland see if we are notfa correct t IN ft fj z e Ladies and GenEs Furnisliins We take the lead Come i and see us get our prices 1 t and you will be convinced 7 that we are right 1f HOUKADAMS iPhone 75 MT VERNON KY C C L N Cheap Rates The L N will sell tickets to Frankfort May 24 and 25 limited until May 27 at 313 for the round trip account of State meeting Grand Army of the Republic WORLDS FAIR RATE The 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 from Mt Vernon and return good until nee 15 1925 Sixty day excursion rates for return trip 1G1o Fifteen dove cursion rates 1405 On May the 19th and 31St tickets will be onsale at 985 to St Louis and return with a ten day limitThe L N Will sell tickets to Frankfort May 16 17 and iSth final limit May 2ist at 3 13 for round trip on account of the Grand Commandery Nights Templar Con clave Also on May rst 2nd limit May iqth and 3rd to iSth inclu sive limit three days for 5 41 to Louisville and return account of Spring meeting Louisville Jockey Club THE EYES AND TH- EIRDEFECTS ATINETENTHS of tbeheailachessup l posed to come from stomachs trou ble or neuralgia are caused by eyo strain Glas88 should be worn as soon ay first indications of failing tight or eye strain is noticed Owing tot greatdemancl for prop glassestre hIVC decided to gIassistant manager of our OPTICAL DEPARTMENT Mr R N Rasmussen to MT VERNON for two Jays only MAY 21st and 23rd consult him at the MILLER ROTE He will lie in tlVINGSTON for two days only MAY 24th and 25th consult him at the RICE HOTEL yyE personally recommend M r Rasmussen to you and make the following offer Any classes purchased from him which do not prove satisfactory afterj two weeks trial may be returned and money will be refunded We believe our business reputation IIstatement LOVISVlLL Kr If you have a suit you want dean ed let the Danville Steam Laundry do it All work guaranteed may 63 t C D SUTTON Agt Kate Sanders aged twentytwo iedhome near Sparta Ky Go To Chas C Davis Drugstore FOR Drugs Chemicals Patents and Oils A4o I Domplee Line of Pharmaceuticals avn Not Made By a Country Clerk PHONE 64Day or Night CHAS C DAVIS Pharmacist MT VERNON KY WILLIS GRIFFINPractical Undertlcer and FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Yemen KY v Stock Complete 1INE HEAKSE Attacked Can i lornish Metalic CtskPts and lirivR Embalming done on short notice o Come ands oeefrstrain that leave the city il iOR hERS by wire Promptly Filled Phone No 6Laij i The World All Knows The Louisville Henderson and St Louis Railway 4 the always popular Henderson Route is the Worlds Fair LineIf you have a trip in view toEvansville St Louis or to any point in the West or Southwest ASK US FOR RATES ak Ua Ffrst If there are reduced rates in effect on account of spenijil occasions Home Seekers or Colonists Ex cursions we have them- E J GARRETTCity t L J IRWIN General Passenger Agent Louisville Kentucky VORMSl CRfiAMVE t Fir 20 iHts Gs tai alf I And 8g l O T jxx D t a bry JAMCt F l ARDr- y it Lwiti Sold by CHAS C DAY Mt vtwa Ky f n f50 OOOmOOn E1Ihave always given our customers but In AddititJ i th Regular Fill Premiums thLme you to estimates ia our oornGO Criii Prise Contests which wit and women can send It man trlate as desired There will lie TWO GREAT CONTESTS ft The first contest will he on he July 4th attendance at the Si Louis Vor7J s Fa the second relates to Total makingSsOnoooaII I Gs nd Fira4 l 2Lg06 ta S S Five LionHeads cut from Lion Coffee Packages and a I 2 cent stamp entitle you In addition to the reg I uiar free premiums i one vote in I Ito contest WORLDS FAn CONTEST I LouiswarsPot nearest correct fsiirnate receivira in VoaUon Snie Com psiy office Toledo Ohio oo or before June 2th we ti f rst prize orhe neart von eestimate second prize to the next Iottetcerco s 250000tPrizes 50000 csch lOOOOO 20OOOOO1OPrizes SOOi 1OOOOO I 6 rises = 2OOO lOOOOO 50 rrle5 10Oa 55000 100 rheE 500 OOOOCO 1a PKIZS u VOTAI J20OOOOO ZI I m OF Grace Mr Uingemup is awfully polite Every time he addresses he begins by saying Fair Miss Edijh Thats force habit lIe used to be street conductor lvHEN THE SAP RISE weak lungs should he careful Coughs and colds are dangerous then One Minute Cough Cure cures coughs and colds aud gives strength io the huigs Mrs G E Feuner of Marion Ind says suffered with cough until run down 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Headaches Neuralgia MenetruaIr i can bo quickly ended withI Miles AntiPain PilL InntI Miles AntlPclr Pills arc pleas little pink tablets which do not the bowel nor do they have nn weakening or habitforsi Ion effect on the system are the result of the latest scien on the subject of bring relief safely and PainI Iand greatest sufferer should always keep a box of Dr Miles 1nti Pain Pills In the house since you never know when pain may attack Irou and it Is wrong to suffer when your suffering can be so quickly relieved Dr Miles AntiPain Pills contain no opium chloral cocaine morphine or similar drugs and are sold by druggists under a guarantee to relieve you or pay your money back AntiPait bulkIwhen ioulmd with headache and findthat aineuralgiamuch benefit to inc They are all that COLCATETed Write tonut for Free Trial AntitCOLIEORATORIEStellyou It If Printed blanks toIvote on found every Lion Coffee Packager The 2 cent r covers stampI you that your es I timate is recorded VOTE 2500006OO 2000000 EVERY taught knowledge What is Your Promis WorthILincoln was great in his honesty His regard for his word is shown in the conversation he had while a friencl1i animaprecious mother only a few days before she died that I would never use anything intoxicating as a iherage and I consider that promise has binding to day as it was the dayI I save But the friend continued thereis a great difference between a child surrounded by a rough class oflrefinement forevefanswered Litic luUand when ma bindings htcoln made a caller keep promise In order to get one Mr Lincolns boys to come to him the caller offered the child his watchcharm The boy climbed into the mans lap Finally the gentleman arose to go when Mr Lincoln sail to him Are you not going to keep yo promise to my boy What promise asked the visitor you said you would give him that charm fi QhI could nottaid the vis or It is not only valuable but I prize it as an heirloom Giveit to him said Mr Lin coln sternlyICI should not want him to know that I entertained one wordpThe gentleman removed the charm and handed it to the boy having learned a valuable lesson QUICK ARREST J A Gulledge of Verbena Ala was twice in the hospital from a severe case of piles causing 24 tumors After doctors and all remedies failed Bucklens Arnica Sal t quickly arrested further inflama tion and cured him It conquers aches and kills pain Only 25C at all druggists By the order of Chancellor Kyle at London Tenn 400000 receiv ers certificates are to be issued to pay off indebtedness for labor on the Tennessee Central railroad If floating debt of 700000 is not id by May 21 the road will be I eir Who Vill More Tnan Lik ly e Nominated by The Democrats For President At the very end of the triad I found an old fashioned white homestead hiddenanong the trees on a steep knol and a big farmer in a slough hat at the gate With a city mans surer ficiahy I trio tli man to be the overseer of the lira land asked him if he could tell me where I could lind Judge Packer He mad figue11Ired ugged seas oned by exposure to the weatile- Ilis clothes were rumpled by th vigorous movements ofa man wit thought more of his task than the welfare of his apparel The cot was a blue sack in its third summer his trousers were a gray pair that were eloquent on the farm and hr wore a tint turn down collar a striped unstarched shirt and had no waistcoat A gray slough hat tan shoes scratched and muddied by the farm paths anda tan belt about his waist completed his make upHis face was burned by the sun ul1lhisgold He was straight square a1 with big strong limbs that show the development of outdoor life His sparkling black eves surveyed me with me with a glint of humor For a moment I felt rediculous and feared I had taken the wrong road I mean Judge Parker ot the court of appeals explained I was told he lived in the last house on the toed Yes do you want to see him somethingIthe broad full features caused in t1 spite of a native prejudice about judges in spite of the clothes and in spite of the tunny cuts I seen in the payers to take su hadI spirational leap to the truth smiled and said I am Judge Parker wont ycu come up to the hcese The house d big solid relic of the old Dutch days built over a HudsonIto the waters edge a 100 feet low The ground about is filled vrinlth barley A happy family of sheep IIt was a simple dignified home the country mansion of a mod ern millionaire but the quiet old wholeIscattered along the Hudson Valley Many others near it surpass it i pretensionI command biraboudetoga A lusty young grandson had ovclimbed upon his shoulders the andrernorship under difficultiesIWhile he drawn by a pair down to the j ier iu front of the house with a load of wood Those are my uxen said the judge isnt irithat fine team I didnt especially need them I suppose but I like them and so I bought the pair for the men here te use in the farm work The oxen set him to talking of ithis hobby his importedGcattle and heforgot all about the Saratoga convention His barn is decorates with the blue ribbons be has won with these cattle He took blue ribbons at the Buffalo Fair aud has been taking them ever since at the country fairs round about I wasshowu about the house and the farm with the simple courtesy of a gentleman to his guest It was in his workshop aud his libra ry that he showed his great pride His workshop is the big corner room on the lower floor of the house commanding a fine view of othe river The wallr artIned with Prilvategreat pregeiit associates on the bench At the end of the joom by the window is his desk and seated there with his secretary Anther McCosley at his side he dictates S and revises most of the legal opin ions which go forth to the worMt tinder his nameRobert Adamson in May Success l beeneo i i 41 herI4 Allow 110 one to deceive you in tli Is baiteen aIl r the health of Infants and Chllarenrpcricnce against Experiment CASTORIAr nreieiCastoria is a harmlosn substitute for Castor OH 0ooric Drops mill Soothing Syrups If is IMoasmir Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic ljarm9tctColic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation anti Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the sleepTllCGENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Boars the Signature of 0 Always1C Bought edn Use For Over 30 Years cOOrPy tltRy r r cn- Fn lti aT=t7iI = iFRENCH liCK and WEST BADEN Springs IIn the highlands of Indiana a two hours ride from Louisville flow wonderful healing waters that youd spend hundreds of EuropeA formerly neat to 1Carlsbad every year said I 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 Tar recreation are better the hotels and all accommoda SpringsIor rides and drives among the numerous bridle paths and road ways afford pleasure for those who desire rest and quiet while at the and exileratiug casinos one can tarn all the entertainment and social pleasure possible at the most fashionable resorts ONTHEMONON ROUTEF- or booklets telling all about the voters Hotel Rates and full information write enE H BACON D P A Louisville Ky IroXY1 f I mJ Inrl mi1fTnmI SAN ACCIDENT f4AY HAPPEN TO YOU So IIshop aracampht remedyforand all hurts Paracaiaph will give you more satisfaction than any external remedy you ever used If it fails your money will be refunded So try itIExcellent for Chapped Hands and for use after Shaving- At all Druggists and 100 SotUM For sale bv MT VERNON DRUG CO 1YINcnjJST6R rFACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS Its not sentiment that malbea the most successful shots shootIWinchester Factory Loaded Shells Its the re j suits they give Its their entire reliability even ness of pattern and uniform shooting Winchester Leader shells loaded with smokeless powder are the best shells on the market Winchester Repeater shells loaded with smokeless powder are cheap in price but not in quality Winchester New Rival II black powder shells are the favorite black powder load on the market on account of theirshooting and reloading qualties Try either of these brands and youll be well pleased They are THE SHELLS THE CHAMPIONS SHOOT THE BLINK OF J8LT VERNON MT VERNON KY OPENED gootCA- PITAL STOCK 15000 r C WILLIAMS PRES JAS T ADAMS VICEPRES 1C L RICHARDS CASHIER A BFURNISH ASST CASH DIRECTORS C C Williams Geo Livesay A T Fish H Martin Rod Perry J E Honk We solicit accounts of firms and individuals Careful attei is given collections entrusted to us Our friends and patrons are invited to call when in town Phone No 55 MADE YOUNG AGAIN One of Dr Kings NEw ite Pills each night for two weeks has put me in my teens acaii u t D H Turner of Dempseyt Pa Theyre the best in the world for Liver Stomach and Bowels Purely vegetable Never gripe Only 25C at all druggists Call at Sign Office and get arstorm and tom too insurance policy C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY OFFICE On 2rtl floor of The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church street Special attention given to So M L MYERS D MT ntistIWORK OFFICE At residence on Old Main st known as the C C Williams residence PHONE No 73 BRODHEAD11eery is C McCLARY Undertaker Embalmer Complete LINE of Caskets Robes c attendJStanford Ky Be VERANDA HOTEL JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR Stanford Ky Specially equipped for traveling men Sample room on first floor Bath rooms free to guests RATES zoo pier day IW M Francisco WORKS Brodbead Ky Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones ALL WORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVEN Frifh floW BRODHEADiKY GEORGE JETER PROP Headquarters for Traveling Men Good Sample Room vLivery Attached The patronage of Rockcastle citi zens specially desired Miller House HUGH MILLER PROPRI- ETORHeadquarters for Commercial Men 1itlrPorter at all trainsW MT VERNON DIRECTORY COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURT Fourth Mon day in each month- QUARTERLY COURT Fhst Mon day in each month CIRCUIT COURT Second Mon Mondayintember MT VERNON PoLicE COURT Third Monday in each month CHURCHES Service st the Chrmku Church Preach insist 3rl Sundays at II a m and at 730 p m Jmula chooln30 a m MeetiugEvef71hundlty730pmThe all services the4thBaptist Church JferTioes on the Third Saturday night and Sunday Sunday Pryermeeting 1JIIASOIC- chtand Lodge No tIO luetii nd Moa lay Oxm MT VERNON R A CHAPTER No il BETS every SECOND MONDAY 2 p mkMACCABEES KO T TEST No meets every sad 3rd Monday at 730 p m JAB E HOUL Con CHAb C DAti7S Ii K sl Sta ittilet di la i iiat ac J