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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 Established 1887 I SUNDAYSCHOOL CONVEN TIOU Al PRODIIEAL The following report of the Sun das school convention held at Brod head written by Rev O M lliicy for the Interior Journal has by request been copied m full The County Sundayschool Con vention met at the Christian church in Brodhead Friday and wis called to order by the county president j R Stucky of Livingston who is a wideawake upto date railroad man and so we ran on time and had plenty of sna and vim in the work After callin g the convention to order the wel come address was delivered b Rev Sawyer which was hearty an full of hospitality and we were all made to feel at home The follow w lihsschool l the canned Discussed by R vs 0 M llnrt R B Ma ho r A t P onler re nd u a q Led tir T C ebiiir Sale worker wlinis our of our most ef fid nt uuJischlrut His whole heart is in the wort and if the teachers and superintendents will on iy carry out his suggestions we will have better SundaySchools Three qualifications of superb tendeuts Hearty wholehearted foiled with love for God and love for children knowledge of Gods word of the individuals that con stlute his school and all hose arcuud him who ought to be reach ed aud brought into Sundayschool Handy a good mixer hand shaker and servant Meet all with a smile and knowtbeir names and make IIIAndout this important tact to teachers How can teachers secure home study on part of class Come prepared yourself Assign parts to each pupil some question fur itlliethem go to see them inquire IfI they have succeeded in ticir answers etc See their pit eats Some of the common er rors of teachers Tardiness not preparing lessons lack of purpose This was very helpful to all Ad dress Bringing in the Sheaves by Rev Gilliam Number of pastors present 5 number of superinII tendents present S o teachers present 16 A good Bath eying and the house was comforta bly filled with others interested the Lordss work Adjourned tin till i oclock and then went into the good Kentucky homes of BrorlI head where we were suinptiuiisly dined and kindly welcomed Atj i oclock though raining bald the good people returned until was a goad audience and the thueI cises wer continued byong ind prayer and he Rev Ge auer ae an nridtss on The Teacher Tt Ig Another s mg atrl vubCh t sere as an address y Re O Hue bjci AUi hood ni g The Msines of in convention was transacted Nona natin com cnitteejju ith j F Watson chairman rtpone j R Sujckrv prei dent F J Beytngron Vsr Ttj W ff r if i 1io4ietifB IjRt111 IIrOLU1lEvice pres A H Albright second vice pres Mrs McFe rron Living ston secretary Jake Sambrook Livingston treasurer Report of count president showed he half been at work Number of schools visited 16 miles tnield on rail road io3 walked iS horseback S Letters written 40 Paid for stamps and stationery 150 for program and advertising 2 incidental exi penses 75 cts Total paid 25 Two hundred and twenty four miles traveled No wonder there was so much interest in the Pork Bro Sluckys energy niii determination makes thing go tin til Rockcastle now is one of th 5tntdwork we ar reminded again what a consecrated roan car do Why dont othetsdoI kewise chairIIIpreparaition therefore he it resolved by the Rockcastle County S S A socia ton that we cucourcge in every particular way the mastery by our ostraining course because of th faithful work of our county an district officers especially our hon ored president J R Stucky Resolved that we do perch x tend to them our heartfelt thank- land also the resolution thanking mag11lfIing open th r hearts and homes to 19Ihns closed one of the heldI1leff beautiful spirit ofunity land brotherly lute was prevalent Till meeting seemed to the peol pe with enthusiasm for the later work and all seem to tnry brok o their rjesrjecUvejJji crii determined tit do more tnt 1Sete- work for Him who sai llnasm- uch as you did it unto one o these my little ones 3011 did it un tome It was a good meeting O M HURV LADIES AND CHILDREN who can not stand the fhockingI strain of laxative syrups tic pills are especially fond Little Early Risers All person- who s find it necessary to take liver medicine should try these easy pills and compare the agree ably pleasant and strengthening weakicoupe following the use it other remedies Little Early Ritrs cure billiousness constipa lion sick headache jaundice ma laria and liver troubles Sold by CliHS C Davis the druggist Fate of the Fiddist She adopt csut out noon lunch for healths sak She wa ied ten miles a day fore ttie She abandoned tea drink inn tike quit drinking stopfedIopen air Nnv she real is peace beneatii- the beautiful Spring rain Hats Hats rh 5ig oi MUILdXSeWho is a candidate for Prison el Commissioner of Kentucky Mr Mullins is a true blue Democrat from the word go and has sacrificed as much for his party as any other man in the State To know him is to anmire him and where ever known will he winner UU 01 11- Mr WillipSowrter of the Freedom section is very low with rights disease Mrs Wilrnot fader remains aboutr rahleetimedMr George Sutton was called home last week from Mt Vernon college on account nt his child be sicksIGeorge Albright has contracted to Dr Lovell at Mt Ver non who wants to buy y o acres in this section for Eastern Capital fists The farm sold at ti75o A large crowd attended the fu neral of Mrs Rebecca Brown at Freedom last Friday Rex A J Pike preached the funeral A bus panel and eight children survive land they have the entire sympathy a ofImother r 1 rThere inow a Sundayschool being carried on at church plfshould not let them go down but should them as there is anellrisinrschool It is the ease very oftenI for the people to let a chool go down but we would like ofto see it this year for every person upanow up whether or not they will let the Sundayschools go down Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Chas C Davis our local drug gist does not hesitate to recom mend Kodol Dyspepsia Cure his o friends and customers Indi Se lion causes more ill health than anything else It deranges the stomachand brings on all manner of diseases Kodol Dyspepsia Curt indigese desxorders Kodol is not only a perfect toneic as well Renewed health per vitalitefollow its use A great Mormon temple is to h built in New York rTh GOd Old S i mer Time = Ni i CoieA- ND I Y00WST 11- 1FSummei Clot hi 11gL2C oUR line is complete come and see them it costs you nothing to look Ve have any thing you want that you have to wear such as i Shirts Collars Cuffs Neckties Ready Made Suits for Men Youths and Boys Straw and Fur of all kinds Overalls Gloves and any old thing you want to wear t E also have the greatestline of Tailoring in the United Stftc with prices that will surprise you Ladies Skirts Waists and Slippers all nic ifass rind cheap rA Complete Line of DRY GOODS andrNOTIONS We want your trade Come and see Us tJLIJo f The leaders in their line JCRHOCKERCOg 1 i LIVINGSTON KY LEVKh JKKKN IPlenty of peaches in some locali ties yet unscathed for a pretty fair crop Apples are badly done fJrI Alex Allen missel the da es for M iy Iron only two dot when he heard tin lcbniry thnsiilei Mini opened his prophetic mouth Strange how much and how f r som men cm look into things Iz to wax aiut iIny sir thatI hive some men who snip blood whet they calla charm so they sa a we Vet have a fewwho helirve- in ghosts and they coat IlcI Bible on us to gitct rcarut lor ihe faith in them and yon must not dispute the Good Book It is indeed amusing to sit and listen to some old ladies and sometimes old men also tell their wonderful dreams and they too coat script me on us and sum times they a kind of tangle us This is a vet y yetauntboth Jew Gentiie and Pagan We today have Methodis Baptist and CampVellites tr yIto preaehalmost in htj olme tho I feel unable to attend These good brother are all of them trying to show poor upisame lamp and profess to showing clearly The strait and narrow way but each declares emphatic ally that his is the straitest and narrowest if not the only strait and narrow way and they get us all confused and much tangled up in our thinker for I will thinkwhen I hear them try to preachaz they cull it and to save what little life iz yet left in me I cant fee any good reason for so many and sich wide differences for all of nm read seekihelp and guideance from the saute Higher Power s ajpiLtbaji claim to receivelielpnoo there lZ ound to he and is a wrong somewhere and I cint think it is in the Book or High Power either then it must be in the preachers And there are two great sources for 11 them to draw on to produce these different opinions or schisms And will any one interested tellus what they areEd why did your question and answer column come up like Joe Browns hog Such a a thing can be made interesting and profitable Let us have it We need something that will slate our educators and slimI pils to greater and more action Too many teachers far aidcIIti1 another certificate has to he If a man or woman intends making teaching a profession for even a number of years he or she pupilsiimprovedIarmor so they may be afraid of no task set before them nor asham ed of any job they complete Start that column this week just fire in as for me Im ready fatallye hiDr Gibson of Richmond called in She was no better at last report Dr W H Bently of Woodstock one of the oldest and one of the best physicians of Kentucky died last week after a lingering illness of long standing Mr Hurst con tinues to improve Mrs Good pastor remains in a helpless condi lion Her condition is indeed pit ableNone of us know our going and best we dont WILby two neighbor women Saturday They came in when the fire had d ctrrrd a bed find reached a seal jed and papered wall The family had gone visiting aud Cricket washalfmiJe away at work Jack Tower is home from work in the picture businessT L Has tys family a part only that mi grated to Kansas in the winter seen to be well pieced with that coon tryIEd instead of firing away at hBillyBrine U q U1w + I Comng Every Day1 iIliA a u withH ImJJlN 20 per centn IU12C tl 20 per cent all at Manufacturers Cost Best Flour per Sack 75 cents ALL kinds best STAPLE and FANCY G1JOCKRIKS at Rock Bottom Prices Dotifail make our store headquarter when in Livingston nulfret our nrieu lulol going ehmdHJC Your hatgainsL Livingston Ky month and sit down Our party can behaved without his desenIingotherthau he say who the nominee shall be I have just as muchright to suggest as he does for I am an American citizen endowed withI- well lets go sow nnd look calmly on the Tdedentrtthand learn wisdom by observation A word to the wise is sufficient but the simple go on and are punished I say in conclusion that a large enthusiastic Sundayschool waft Ruben Hurley Win Hurs1 Miss May Brown Mrs Francis DeBoardand other Zealous work ers at the helmIBrcic VAKNOX HON HARVE HELMc Candidate for Congress who will address the voters of this county in the court house here next Mon day at i oclock Come and hear int LAND STOCK AND JUOl FOR SALTA good mare mule 16 hands high 7 years old and in very good condition Also a mare at a hargin HOUK Mt S ADn1I Sanders Norton bought 500I ewes the past week at from 5 7 Mr Sanders who has been around considerably says lambs are not near so good in quality this season as last year Harrodsbui g Herald Lilard Bros sold 57 head of fat cattle to Thomas Cross of Chi TheICarpenter also sold 120 headr f 1200 pound cattle to Simon Veil at 4J4 cents Lawrenceburg News ISheI am going to give you back our engagement ring I never marry you I love another canI HeGive me his name and at dress She1 eau not Do you mitt to kill him IleNo I want to sell him the ring r Published Every Friday Ii Cut on 8J I Shoes Cut on HatsIAL CLOTHING to DAVIS r ISA u our u A is n Mrs 11 E olangh is visting friends at Stanford Wade Perkins who returned from New Mexico lately is talking of going to Tennessee J V finest has returned from Louisville Where he has been at tending the races IEph Payne our hustling mer hccfjtoA protracted meeting will at this place the first heginI June by several saiitified preach ersIMo arrived here on the tsth last to spend the summer with Mr and Mrs Patten IThe members of the Christian montyiIto re ll Any outside assistance would be thankfully received Several members of I O FIf SlnnfoHqLod of transacting some tnutml btisi- nessIMrs D C Payne who has been suffering with dropsy is some bet ter Her daughter Mrs Mattie Tanner of Ilnrrinnn Penn is spendingsome time with her Prof Gashwiler of Danville has secured the public school at this place He is highly educated and the patrons of the school are to be congratulated on obtaining his services Boston billion fattier of W RI land A W Billion died at home in Lancaster last Sunday was brought here Monday and laid to rest in the Crab Orchard Cemetery He was 87 years old A good crowd attended the funeral I was disappointed in last weeks issue that the column for the ben teachersI IiIteachers will not let the opportuni ty pass without making an effort to start something for mutual benefit teacherIto I think the editor said all communications to be addressed to a special depntt mint As I have forgotten how it was to designated I will lInn ih0 anyhowilf equals jof and what- per cent the most Miss Clara Barton has resigned the presidencyof the American Red Cross and Mrs John A Logan will succeed her- Arrangemcntf have been com pleted for the Confederate reunion ju Nashville i 1N11a1 Corn planting is about over There is lots of fish bait being drowned in our little creek now but few fish being caught Drummers arc plentiful tier tli k week l Mrs Fannie Arnold and Maggie Puffins vent toIeren Shopping weekI Vaughn of Tusco u has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs G W Jones returned home this wedaCCOlH panied by Mr Jones and Mis Je se frugal The R R Co compromised with Mrs Paulina Shockley who was hurt by a train here some time hack by paying her 300 ID C Prllins bought n workhorse from limp Gadd for S 55 POLITICS AM CLILILl IAt a meeting of the California IlIon an anti IIrrrat undo was elected for temporary chairman This is u Igarded as a defeat for Heavst in intruclclIGilbert of the Eighth district has sen the handwriting on the wall land about decided not to tempt fate again by running for congress Whats the matter with ItIe a a necessity Del1loratI Tenu deny ocrats selected a Parker delegation to the State Convention P1LESI and G consulted a physician who advised rme to try a box of De Witts Witch iHazelSalve I purchased a box isIstand and I heartily recommend it to all sufferers DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve is unequaled for its healing qualities Eczema and other skin diseases also sores cuts burns and wounds of every kind are quickly cured by it Sold by Chas C Davis the druggist CASTORIATor Infants and CiuldTca The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears thoi Ioirnatute of ruWriting for Money I began writing for money said the liter ary hack during my first year at college Mest of my literary theIfather tj J MT iha= FRIDAY MAY 20 1901 u Published every Friday by s EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUDfCIIPrION ONE YEAR iooj ftdvcrthing roles made known application nON 3l L rjf county is a UOnEIerrs ia the 1urliti district C OJillicji suhjpt to Mpinoerati party Ynnr support is earnest ly HARVEY MEMI Of Stanford is a cndidito for Congress iii3 till Kilith ilitiri1 Riilijcollo oft iii cf the Oenir iriti JJriIHON c tt Of StiFjbyviH iJ ranilulnti for fonerpss iiiiltu hi Kigluti lUlriwE Miicreii him srlfubjerttothructnutitier DeioooinTii lI rrITim Seventh District Congr e s sional Convention was helll in Lexington last week and there v five ov didates in the field for lCItcoveted honor It is said ti rtt conIventionthe Hon South Trimble ot the county of Franklin Senator J Campbell Cantrill a son of Judge James K Cantrill xvas a candid madI1uanyer Judge Cantrill who is a candidate for Jndjie of the Court of Appeals bolo liw district as a successor to Judge linrnaiu By the agreements U in the Congressional Convention it is reported that a contract for the influence and support of Frank tin Owen and Fayetle counties in the coining Appellate Convention which is to he held in Lexington in August was made Such ci andtracts should not be binding the voteisof those counties should see to it that such pledges are n otof carried out unless it is ihr will of the majority of the people Jnc M C Saufley of Stanford i candidate for that honored lion against Judge Cantrill t fair prospects of winning the tic ination Judge Saufiey is an at conscientious Judge and a hrilii lawyer ripe in experience and n scholarly attainments and it is greatl- Y to be hoped that he will be winner in the coming fight There is no doubt but what a Democrat will he Judge JJurnams success and that tieing true we would like to see Judge Mike Saufley the sncI cessful competitor in the racei TUB HON AIUK YOUNG present head of the Democrr State Central Committee has taken a fall ont with everything and everybody in his management of party affairs and he now thrrat refuse to recn nixe the dele lion from the city of Louisville al though should bear with it proper credentials signed by the County Chairman It is passing a strange that a man of his ability would assume so much power and authority and refuse to recognize men who were legally and proper ly elected delegates to a State con tn ion because he disliked then When the chairman of any com mittee reaches the point ihat he refuses to recognize a properly dele gated authority because of ii Knnal dislike then such an officer should he dethroned at once and in his place should be put somea man who has better judgment more discretion ands higher sense of right and justice He has creatHeed a great deal of discord ill thetl Democratic party in the last two years and it is now high time some Ithe other man should be put in his oace Ve would like very me to see the coming State Convent select some man other than Mon Allie Young for chairman of si110pevarious counties composing Eighth Congressional district line up up in joliJ phalanx against hi p Ko man lioii1d let his own pe sty feelings rice shove the good of his patty or consider himself better than his party TilE Democratic platform willA FililpinGsgeneral Miles in his speech heft the Iroquois Cluh Chicago remark ed incidentally that about two r hundred days would be long I enough to effect the trausit ionBut from a satrapy to a republic a JLI is CUT ASEt cAIIRAUAM LINCOLN seems toj ve been very much opposed 0 criminal aggression for he said othIersand under a just Cod cannot re tam it All honor to Jefferson the noon who in the concrete pressure of the struggle for national independence by a single people had the coolness forecast and si gacity to introduce into a merely revolutionary document an abstrac truth applicable to all men anc tall times and so to embalm it there that today and in all coming days it shall be a rebuke anri stumbling block to the very hat tyraunyI1OUR party committees have 1C invested with too much power anr the should be stripped of it in tl coming State Convention T Democratic party believes now iit alwavs has believed in lrlralse ftoverninent and this should In the motto of the State Convention coinmittees The people should control and they should decide who libenot any commitsth is gratifying to us to see the re hIei building up of our State and theI betterment of oar people Tint St Louis hair is an expenI- c she luxury The Philippine show reckoncrllast year at 250000 already cost a million and the lit tie brown people have got to pay for it Philadelphia has a zo smodel of its water filter an exhibit and a cargo of1r lace valued at 2500000 was reoI Gently brought over by the tarn CHAIRMAN COWHERD of ti Democratic Congressional tee gives notice that the DemoI crass expect to carry New York Connecticut New Jersey Indiana and Illinois besides those States which Mr Roosevelt concedes them are warming up iretill hYfi USsiBY JET ithOrlt When He Calls Byoil Naniessic amJackOh that girl was born tin der a lucky star aReal Thrift Old JonesI hope that young fellow is thrifty Mollif Every young man should save weekorbetItelcream candy nuts apples oranges etc I want ttteIs it4rue asked the interview er that when you first came to this country you worked in jour shirt sleeves for a living successensindignantlygI I hope contentthe led man didnt have shirt According to SizeSee who big opal David r gave me for engagement riig said his fair haired darling Dont you consider it unlucky suggested her lady friend Welt no said the lair haired damsel not so unlucky as a small diamond erpanySDontfond mother to her little boy Let your baby brother pla3r with your marbles for a little while has had six of them and kept hiOhmother soothingly he will give them to you again clnNo he wont ionWhy not theBecause lies swallowed emne 5TSecretary of State is Alvev theSn asked hemone Will you kindly give me the name of the Second Assistant S rotary of State Adee A U whai AdeewiISpell it please the A re1eS t I tA IA here the receiver was indignantly dung up1 A Dry goods merchant was ex plaining the situation to the new traveler he had just engaged Your predecessor he said has sot tits business all tangled np and Iif yon take his place you will have diflicult task in getting order out of choas dont know who choas is cheerfully replied the newly p1 pointed traveler hut Let you Ill sell Jim some goods if I have hoopon to him a week F Hopkins Smith author and jartsst told this motherinlaw yarn at Washington D C the other fvening Arrah youre lookin ver sad said Pat OHoolihan addressing his friend Denis the other day toOi feel sad responded Den Oivt lost use mother in law j toortatsI10Hurd exclaimed Pat It h or rail its impossible IAt an old Virginia leyubii nvention the chairman hero at the opening offered th following prayer Oh Lord the thv people have assembled to de erate nominate and try tosae is commonwealth from thy arcl enemy the democratic part Guide us oh Lord to name art menoers of thy party tiers below that will carry the banner of party to victorjon next November Oh Lord we like Acam in tin shjIwhen we voted for a democrat jind now oh Lord we come baci like the Prodigal Son and say Fat er we have sinned against heave and in thy sight Amen viillswan in a New England town wa nlsnt to report an entertain men where amateurs sang recited- e lid other stunts In her acconn if the affair the woman wrote Mrs Blank sang two solos will her usual nerve See here said the editor i mean verve dont ouf Ahf you had heard the singing 1afd the woman reporter vould know that I wrote it cot rectlyBut it will make Mrs Bl angry Tell her that it was a typo graphical error That will appeas her wrath and all who heard fhr efforts will commend the paper its truthfulness so it was printed nerve IAHI lauds of Mothers following ir told by Busybody It the Catholic Standard anti Ti Speaking of Christian mothers thers recalls the story of the ol artily friend who after an absent i twentyfive years hunted he P Allans of his native town The father and mother weie dead sons hack gone out WesV he was unable to find only one of the five changedfunA Mother Superior the funny iittle Alice of long aJrois it pos ibis exclaimed the old islendof And Margaret your yon tiger sis lr Is in Baltimore alsotanBetter stillsmiled the fun 13 little Alice of friendly memo I am only a Mother Superior Margaret is a superior mother In a small town iu Pe lea here is a female preacher afternoon this week she was pre ring her sermon for the following nday when she heard a timid at the parsonage door She answered it herself a found a bashful yotini G itandnigon the step He was a Granger but the minister greeted m pleasantly and asked him w wished Dey say der minister lifed in din house hey Yes sir anYest All right I can marry youJThe German Jammed his hat on dogWhat is the matter called the parsoness after him Yon kits no stance met youecto o The budget for the Austrian ny and navy carries a total 5t79200 audan explanation ll be demanded by the parties increase being enormous a uu BALCS y THE SUNDRY SCHOOL Lm in the International Series for May 151904ThePto3isl TilE LESSON TEXT Luke 1111 GOLDEN 1EXrCom and let us re eOCTLINEParable of Barren Fig TreeLuke 1319 Healing Infirm Woman Luke 131021 Teaching About the Klng lornLuke 13i220 Warned Against IleroSLukEL 11DluoursP at Piari r slabtLuSc Hl24 coare nit Counting the Cost Luke 142j Parables Lost Sheep anil Lest Coin Luke lua Parable Lost SmlLuke1TIMFJanuary A D lesson PLACE Peraci the same as the last ons AND COitJrENTS Jesus has so tar tvs 111 illustrated front things lost now it is a person a son and it is a fathers heart that hies for him in this the greatest ot parables Jesus comes back to His o GodIIand most beautiful end most vinniug nay possible los of us are not and deed not be theologians in the ordinary reuse but ve may all masicr the theol IIigy of the parable of the Prodigal Son essenceg ol ey ral varieties ot theology to be founc srin the boots that we call the Aib out whether they took shape before t birth of Jesus or after His death they must square with His own teaching th regard to God and man and salvation we cannot accept them for ourselves T1ihe re lationshij rather and son The young 1er of them He was inexperienced anu headstrong It is thp old story of a boy with a hankering in itself natural and ight to see the world and a hroldfI Idsitlood he supposed he knew the world twad probably bragged of it dlsta lad lent enchantment and be was wil o ruler its varied and fascinating life The portion of thy substance that fa ftofnli to me Onethird of the properly vould be the portion of the younger ou twothirds that of the elder boys desire to realize the freedom end activities of manhood becomes wrong the moment it forgets to have considera Hon for the rights end feeling of others and the restraints existing because of his relationship to home or society or IiV1Intimeoehrowi on his own responsibility Men ire creatures of tree will and this boy vas befome a man Took his totiway from all who bad aver seen ranovn him from the restraint that RIame to1imlaps he thought he could play with md not be burned or perhaps it w forsale of the candle and the moth ife of gay revelry had an almost sistible attraction for him and he o it the moment he was free ThatTher f his course He ignored almost ev crycrs Inllueutne a 1105edusually comes to the one who thrown away his opportunities neither good economy nor good morals to learn wisdom only from the bitter experiences of foolishness and sin enoughtto learn it in any other way He did not iKgin to see the point till he was in want Then when the terribleness of lielo toss at e and go to my father Did he adroit that he had been wrong and go back Net yet it Is hard to do dial He became a swine herd Husks The nutritious pods the tarot tree somewhat like locust pods The last resort of starvingSyrians even today When he came to Himself One of the most significant sentences in whole parable Jesus did not assu that man is naturally depraved a ch tsrcalr rs he is in to be sure but it is not his home and that life is not his life is unnatural abnormal and insai When the prodigal came to his lens realizedOtte it e he was not one of themthat he was the child of his noble father that his better Eelf was his true self and that in lea tug that nightmare land he was return- Ing home In calling men to follow Him ndJews is not calling them to leave their thHansir ins at isfactory life of wrong and unrest back to the wholesome natural life of chil cohmean to Him AIMED AT THE HEART The promises add power to our prayers The help of God Is the only hope at man No need to eat brambles in order to the berries He who would establish anothers faith must be well founded himself wwaltheAs soon as a child knows its father FlteA report is n circulation poarEnsoft Call at the SIGNAL office and get Tornado Policy on your Propert SICILIANHairReneweri glossyStopscolor to gray hair Sold for fifty yearsUrmt a corr t 3 g DersV When the nerves are weak everything goes wrong You are tired all the time easily discouraged nervous and irritable Your cheeks arez 5 Sarsaparilla topale and your blood is thin doctor says you are threatened with a nervous breakdown He orders this grand old family medicine IVrnmrc hove ned Apr Saiaparillaiuuirrsnify Ul uirranit tonic at all wirOIi iu4icIii for pure blJIHn Horr fur31OOabotle 1 cnYrarA riiiiallNervesod AyarJPillsNEWS ITK31S t Catsvires deheided in effect that a boys life twice as valuable as that of a girl orMrs Sarah Rollins Burnam th venerable mother of Chief JustiV Burnam is dead at Richmond Ky A Rumor is current in Paris Port Arthur has fallen and thntI 10000 men were killed in the gage Went nevilprison 1fnt for life for the murder her husband Second Lieut D V Beckham atbrother of Gov liecL ham has leer iultheFive men are alleged to have been killed and eaten h cmibals of the Admiralty islands in the South Ptitreoya 1SS hadbeFhilc suffering from deliriin Charles Taylor jumped from th Siiithern bridge at Cincinnati in urtwile below Fugitive W S Taylor of Ken acceptanmce of an invitation to delive he Memorial day address at Koko objetsstbtMrs Lettie Skaggs shot aiv riled her husband in Green COUP remained with the corpse al nteighaThe killing was the result of a family quarrel The body of Rose Miller th eautifnl young woman who drovvn el herself at Cincinnati because the nan to whom site was betrothec vas married was found at the Cov ington shore of the Ohio The annual report of Insuranc Commissioner Henry R Prewit tows that 115 fire insurance con oinie are now doing business i this Staie The risks written i lie State from tile time the last re Ort was made amount to 237 116580 and the Iossespud Burin hat time 181768559 tbP1Irsllarjaret Gillespie the agi Elizabethlidwas w s tl testify at Risiug Sun against hti on James Gillespie accused o witnesseseeletweeu members of the Gillespit family stating that neither James Gillespie nor his alleged aconi Fifromshe died SHYOTCil Shylock was the man wh wanted a pound of humai flesh There are man Shvlocks now the convalesce t the consumptive the sickly child the pale young oman all want human flesh theycan get ittape Scotts Emulsion Scotts Emulsion is flcsl raid blood bone andmuscle n1tfeeds the nerves strengtheni the digestive organs and the feed the whole body For nearly thirty years Scotts Emulsion has been the great giver of human flesh We will send you a couple of ounces free SCOTT BOWNE Chsmlsts 4O94I5 Pearl Street New York jec Jill Jico all Druggist t G000 NEWSio he Ladies BANNER SKIRTS Come and See ITiiu o- THESE SKIRTS art of tilt leSt goxU for the prices They are made better thaa any other lowestIthe land for the least money U R X500 skirts are something OntofSight We haveI four colors to choose from We will make you one to UiPlaltlfit same mone COME LOOK sit our 450our x00our 200 buyiugPl IWE HAVE A FINE LINE OF Dress and Waist Goods 0JVl E ire willJe glad to show you through our stock Carr 7 phone 87We KRUEGERSONSVERNOS 1 You IF have to hurryTo find a line of equal to ours in honesty of construction or attractive appearance Wa handle the celebrated u Tennent Shoes rr Made In St Louis They please everyone will make piompt delivery goods to any part of townI F MT KY shoes Ga The Celebrated Teooeni Shoe ALWAYS preferable Foi nice ftttimityle and DuraI biltty they have no superior JONAS Me ENZIE Sole Agent Mi Vernon Ky =rot7 Ao Jy rYolI J ry Yjr o Tr t5r i GRANV1LLEOWENSjjh Ol G Tf Brodhead t Ky f FULL LINE Cofiins askets and Robes All Mail Telegraph or Telephou orders Promptly Filled r Uh S B1 RAMSEY For Fresh Meats ofall Kinds five us a trill and if we please yon tell others if not tell ns MEAT doliveied in any part of town SHO in basement opnosite Cmirt house t UfiNaiitCfNiR iTf j SOUTHEDPJ J5fs SHORTEST ROUTE AND QUiCnOs5 s crNCI NA eTrOotK 0tcrtarraNOO3AATLANIA crs a ONv HBIRfMINCMAMt JACK srtrtvcl ore T vtLLL NiI cKseANS t TEXAS POINTS fand ADDRESS A 39 E Main Street lexn3tonW A Garrett W CCINCINNATI lGeneral THE PULLINS BEE HIVE Latest and Best on the Market Try it and be convinced that your bees will make more honey and do better than in any other D C PULLINS Conway Ky MT VERNON SIGNAL 11T VERNON KY MyY lS04 II 79Calt up 4No 70 when want to Communl cats with SIGNAL Z9 iI ti 6 h R TIME TABLE 24 north 1206 p m 26 north 308 a m 23south 129 p IP 25 South t 105 a m lAS LANDRUM Agent Phnna No 58 Eaurt1 at tilt tit Vtraa deee ee1 natter PERSONAL Eo B Cos is on the sick list Mr H C Gentry has been very ill this week Judge R G Williams Was at home yesterday Capt W R Dilliou was down from London yesterday Mrs J S Cooper was visiling Mr F L Thompson this week Miss Bessie Turley of Richmond is the guest of Miss Fannie Sparks Eugene Mullins came home from Middlesboro Sunday very sick Mr and Mrs M C Williams er1cifesMiss Pattie Green of Versailes is visiting her sister Mrs M Cli Miller who is very sick Miss Alexander teacher of the Intermediate depart men t left Wednesday night for St Louis Mrs Lee Proctot who used to be Miss Rector was taken to the insane asylum Lexington Monday Rev W L Brock stopped off for a night with relatives here on his return from the Southern Bap tist Convention at Nashville Misses Ethel Hilton and Lizzie Cable of Brodhead look the examination for common school gradn ates last Friday They slopped with Mrs John W Brown h Mr and Mrs John M Crauork of Georgia have been here for several tays Mr Cranor is the principal suck holder of the Cranor Smith Lumber Co who are doing a nice business in the county R L Collier Secretary of Rock castle Count Fair Association was here this week and left a nice order for job work He expects to have the catalogues ready for distribu tion in thirty days Mr Alva Maret and three daugh ters Mrs W H Jones Mrs Jone- Fish and Mrs Hiatt left Tuesday for Parksville to see Mr Buck Maret who was hurt several days ago at Elizabethtown by a hand car worse He was reported much LOCAL Monday is Circuit Court Remember the speaking at tlI Court house next Monday Have your clothes cleaned by the Danville Steam Laundry may 6 it C D SUTTON Agt The Mt Vernon Grocery Co Win furnish lunches during court at the D C Poyntei old stand If you have a suit you want cleaned let the Danville Steam Laundry do it All work guaranteed may 63t C D SUTTON Agt IS W Davis our harness an saddle dealer has put in a small gasoline engine for running his machines Today and tomorrow are exam inations Mrs M Pennington and Dock Chandler are examiners Young Mr Porter a brother of Mrs M Pennington whom we re ported sick last week is dead In our issue of two weeks ago we offered to the teachers of Rockcas tIe free of charge one column of space each week in our paper that they might exchange ideas on diff erent things connected with their school work Bnt as no one seems to be interested we take it I granted that all are as wise as lh wjish to be This space is still open to you if you care to use it Please bear in mind that it is not the purpose of the editor to either ask or answer any questions this will all be left entirely w the teachers i f Dr G G lI DSroIKy has in stone and will apply it at all tines may2O im Go to the Mt Vernon Grocery Co at the D C Poyrter old stand while in town during court for JITJir ncral imprersiou fall those who heard the Ideal Enter tainers at the College chapel Wed nesday night that it is the bet that hashed here in moony a 3- YRevJ CJ Carmical received n letter Welniesday ill nl1illg him of the death of his only h otherIMr Galen Carmical at I Cary county age i5 years whoI died May 15 His wife died The case of Hertry Hellard who was given 21 years in the pen forI the killing of Abe Drew has heel reversed by the Court of Appeals decisionIthe appellant and his witnesses he had a clear case of self defense BIG COURT Circuit Court or ihe big court as It is usually call vi111l3stweek will be put in trying to clear the docket There are on the docket 51 common law cast 96 equity 74 misdemeanors 4 mur ders malicious shooting and cutting i manslaughter 6 for rape and seduction 3 for grand larceny and i for arson To Srrx TtlE L05One of the Worlds Fair attractions is the largest and most powerfulsearch ght m the world President Paul Moore has engaged it for the week the Kentucky editors attendand will use it to find and bring in the scribes who get lost in each day shuffle says Louis Landram of the Lancaster Record It is hardly necessary however for most of them will be found on the Pike at any hour The L N offers the following lov rates To Louisville August ft tc i fah inclusive limit Sept i5ih fur 412 round trip account Biennial Cu clove Knights of Pythias Ta Cincinnati July 16 and 17th limit July 25th for 479 round trip account Grand Lodge B PO E To Lexington Sept 12 to i7th inclusive limit Sept igth for 232 round trip account of Colored Agricultural and Me chauical Fair To Maysville June 20 to 2rst limit June for 2 31 round trp account Kentucky State Teachers Association The cause of the Russian Japanese war is summed up in the fol lowing few lines Afte the war with China Russia held Manchu bysso peace but promising to evacuate at a ce tain time That period last October but Russia no signs of moving Japan knows that Russia has the reputation of holding fast to anything she gets and that her near presence is a constant menace to the Japanese empire Japans y hope for pre natione is by every encroachment of so powerful nation as Russia- COMMENCEMENT The Commencement exercises of the Mt Vernon Collegiate Institute began Sunday with tne preaclti of the Baccalaureate sermon by Rev Geo Joplin of Mt Sterling who tookhis text from Provo 3i 6 In allrthy ways acknowledge Him and He shall direct t paths Rev is a pleasi speaker and presente the beau tt textdiuof Monday evening cants the entertainment of the Primary department in which some fifteen or partTuesdaythe Intermediate department and on Wednesday at 2 p m com men cement proper The members of the graduating class were iFannyeSparks and James McKe zie Brown Our Ideals was the title of the essay read by Miss- Sparks wInch was well and nicely delivered James Kenie Brown Valedictorian chose for his subject Our Gibralters it which both in composition and manner spoken would have been an honor to one completing a full college course orT e class address was Ielive atCeov nglon something good to say to the young people especially In a few well eo3 words Prof Hunt Principal of t school presented the diplom which brought to a close the commencementtth of iti tute 1Equalization property In Rockcastle 15 per cent A hearing will be had on it June 29 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES oRaEUNTUCEY In the chatter bmkrnptHpnry Stanford Ky May 12 1904 At a meeting of the creditors of the shove named who has been adjudged Bankrupt will he held at the office of the Referee Stanford Ky on the 23rd day of May 1904 Ilt z oclock p m to elect a Trus for the estate of said Bankrupt and for the transaction of other business as may come before th 571lofproof of claims otherwise your claim cannot be allowed J N SAUNDERS EReferee in Bankruptcy ieIMrs B N Roller is visiting rehj tines in Louisville Mrs E Fishback has returned home from Falmouth I H Hagan Sam Mullius and Mrs Roy Mullins are on the sick list W C Mullins D S ircKiu nay and J C Hocker have returned from Louisville Danvil1elwsCooper WednesdayMMr Quinn moved Tuesday in the house with Mr and Mrs Geo Griffin Mrs J S Cooper visited friends at Mt Vernon last week afternoons returningI Mrs W J Childress and IIatJohn Quinn is the boss painter He has the contract to paint the Christian and the Baptist churches John Preston of Cincinnati i here visiting his sister Mrs Brad Hayes other relatives and hosts of friendsIgrand parents Mr and Mrs A X Bentley The Presbyterian church here stands as a monument to the and gloty of Rev B B and honorI Jane Van Nuys Mr and Mrs W CSwinford are rejoicing over the arrival of their first born an S pound boy born Tuesday May i7th Miss Mattie McFeerron and e ner Brown Childress visited Mrs Houston McFerron at Pine Hill Sunday and MondayuMrs Waltea Miller did not visit widnesdwere last weekGeorge Mullins the 13yearold son of Mrs Nan McWhorter w asits shot by Bunt Burdine Tuesday ternoon Bnrdine claims it was accidental The Ladies Aid Society of the Baptist church will give an ice cream social at the school lions Saturday the 2ist All are cordially invitedIngRev F P Gates Leonard Miller and Miss Martha Croucher Witnessed by Chas Ward and G WI Owens JarrenJftt StS Mrs George Reynolds and Miss Lida Cool The many friends of Miss Louella are pleased to see her so much improved in Health The Ideal Entertainment at t Christian church Friday evening was a decided success There was a crowded house in spite of the i clement weather Should they re benwithawarm welcome as they are firstclass in every respect deMep Jane H- IVanfiuys which occurred May 17 residence Her missionaryof the Prev byterian churchwasof such a va andredas was respected by the people of this and adjoining coun ties her death came as a shoo fo hegsad usasB B Van Nuys died about 8 years ago The funeral seremonies were conducted in the Presbyterian church by Rev Dr y r H L r McDonald of Danville Kjancl imnpressive character and the tears of the audience showed the greet love end esteem in which she was held The casket was covered with th AtIhis text She path done what she Ielilpstd vieMfouwlHi Character She was pre eminently a Christian per mrated with the spirit of the Gos pel and continmllv I1r tert j n every tiling tint porHil1tc1 th advancement of the Kingllllm Christ llercjtiiiiiirjl jintuu was tie do mill u tart of lit r being Beloved by all who kill rt her She was of a cheerful and di eriiig na lure kind warmhraried eager and ready to help tlmso in t trwille or in need SIlt vis a rnoit teat o led wife and mother Thirun muniiy will greatly miss her The remains of her husband were buried in the church yard and were Idjsin today and tonight Wednes n they both start for their old home in East Millstone New JerI lCIr special request B11011H BAD Mrs J R Cass is visiting in Louisville Inorn to the wife of Dr W H Gravely a girl Miss Clark of North Carolina is the guest of her uncle Dr Clark Miss Louella Jarrett is visiting t Vernou and Livingston this week Mrs John Magee is at Lancaster this week taking in the commence meat Mrs Lou Storms of Keavy is the guest of friends and relatives this week Rev Carr of Laurel county will preach at the Christian church Friday night Mrs O V Jarrett and children friendssMr Taylor Sasser of London- is spending a few hays with his oflhome after an extended visit to he sister at Anna Ind spentIIR H Unison of Lancaster spent Sunday with the Hilton and Cherry families II II Reynolds and Oris Bower are putting up a grissmiH and will ofrthe week IWbat Is Au rjlt1In a sub rban school a teacher once proved that it may be embarrassing to use oneselfas an illustration She was hearing class in spelling and de- fIning words The word orphan had been correctly spelled but none of the class seemed to know meaning After asking one or two of them shesaid encouragingly Now try again I am an or plum Now cant sqsue of you guess what it means The blank look on their faces remained until one of the scholars raised his hand and said in a most guileless manner possible Itssomeone that wants to get married and cant get a husband IlooREWARDIOOpleased dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in lIJllsito fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment halts Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfacesof the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by assistinghehave so much faith in its curative powers that they ofler One Hundred Dollars for any testsnAddress F J CHENEY CO Toledo 0 cismare best WHEN THE SAP RISES weak lungs should be careful toughs and colds are dangerous then One Minute Cough Cure cures coughs and colds and gives jijreugih to the lungs Mrs GF pjeuner of Marion Ind savsIsuffered with a cough until I run dawn in weight from 148 to 92 Ibs I tried a number of remedies to no avail until I used Qne CutighCnre Four bottles of this wonderful remedy cured me entire mylungstool weighty health and strength druggist n U A K ri L r 4 t hc Jr 0 F vv g4n 4 i FORTH 1 Eie1ft WRhave just received our new stock oi Spring Goods Wwhich is the best and most ecomplete assortment ever i brought to town l HAVEWhat J Want r W Come andexamine our Estocl and see ife are not 1 correct 4 r f + IN J 0 lttIsiins AX7e take the lead Come + ltrJ 1 and you will be convinced 1tlt we are rig 1 tro o HOUKADAMS ist Phone 73 MT VERNON KY i i 4ftrrkt f L if +7K r y i i h LN Cheap Rates The Lre N will sell tickets to Frankfort May 24 and 25 limited until May 27 at 313 for the round trip account of State meet ing Grand Army of the Republic WORLDS FAIR RATE The L N have made the tot- owing rates which will be effect iveApril 25th and lasting until the close of the exposition Kor sea s ou tickets from Mt Vernon and return good until nee 15 r925- Sidv day excursion tales for return tripI6to Fifteen day e torsion rates 1405 On May the and 3151 tickets will he on sale at 985 to SL Louis and return with a ten day limit j IN HOW MANY dipIbefore you buy it Lion Coffeecomes tight packages no chance for handling or dirt or things to get Clean Fresh and Fragrant TIlE EYES AND THEIR DEFECTS INETENTHS of the headaches supposed to come from stomache troll ble or neuralgia are caused y eyestrain Glasses should be worn as soon as the first indications of failing sight 11 eye strain is noticed Owing to the greatdemmd for properly fitted glasses we have decided to send the assistant manages of out OPTICAL DEPARTMENT Mr R N Rasmussen to MT VERNON for two days only MAY 21st and 23rd consult him at the MILLER HOTEL He will be i LIVINGSTON for two days only MAY 24th and nth consult him at RICE e HOTEL iw personally recommend M r Rasmussen to you and make the fol lowing offer Any glasses purchased from him which do not prove satisfactory alto andemoney will be refunded We believe our business reputation is a sufficient guarantee for the ahoy statement Examination and consultation free JOHN C LEWIS CO- LOVISYILLE KY Go To Chase C Daves 1ORr Bnijstorel JIit Complete Line ANI of PharrnacellBiCdlSj IToilet Articles Gallore I PHONE 64 Day or NightrCHAS C DAVIS Pharmacist VtT f VERXOX KY I MItI EliQ I WILLIS GRIFrPr- actical N TJndertlctrt and FUNERAL DIRIJCTOR Mt Vernon Ky Stock Complete NINE HEAK8M AttaoloJ Can furnish Alctalic Caskets and ltavi noticeI have not got can get For you on Kiy that leave the city OR DERS by wire ProtniHly Filled Phone No6 n sc The World All Knows The Louisville Iten lei rou end St Louis Kaihvny the always popular Henderson Ioitte is the Worlds Fair LineIf you have a trip inviowto Evansville StxLcttirt or to any point in the West or Southwest J ASK US FOR RATES MJJi First If tnere ire reduced rates in effect on account of nspecial occasions Home Seekers or Colonists Ex cursions we have theml GARRETTIILJ IRWIN General Passenger Agent rrI4 Louisville IContiuky WORM SI WHITES CREAM VERRfliFUGEloitlaQranfitr ntmata3ti II For 20 YearsNas lx d ll Warm R rneatift1 lJHWD1S zaA i taIaL UGoGoxsXspand JAMES F BALLARD St Louis Sold by CHAS C DAVIS ICYr UNCLE SAMS WONDERS AH nieculive Departments Send Treasures to the World Fiiir Display Ii stalled In the Largest Coy ernmental Exposition Building Constructed Precious EverI ments Relics of F3rno- uSthtren and Soldier Working Postal Exhibit TIe United States Government build ing at the Worlds Fair occupies an ejeralert site just south of the main j ictsire he Kxposstlou The rreaf central dome of the ioveruineiit build lug is viaibJe from the very center of till lair looking across the picturesque snnten garden tnat lies between Palaces of Mines and Metallurgy t1JPI Liberal Arts The lull sdope in front of the rinient Ijuildint is terraced with brond stairways almusi comi eely rotvrhij ibo slope The buildiui is Sity feel Ions by i feet wide and h thj htrsest sirucian ever provided at an fiiiosltiou by the federal jrovernment It Is distinguished from ill other larse buildings at the Exposition by the tprl rnis construction the entire rvif bti npportfd liy steel anhes icrrainy a pleadid domed In this uildns are IIIiIlIhibits of all the executive of the soventnenl The cal slorehiuse of an endless variety tira urcv dear the heart of every true American Precious documents rive io be sivn here and the l of our fitttt men of lie utoI11hI rifeplay Relics of famous and ldlrs carefully preserved through ner ions an exhibited Each governmental department has in stalled an exhibit showing its otfielil haract r ami mode of operation Kntwiii the Government tlltil ill from tlh eastern end the visitor sees at his let n railroad postotiice car This is jit n mere conch standing idle JOriSTAVA ICiiCKASK MOXrUENT WOIMI nt is ono of the J1U- most improved mail enrs in iviieh men nlrfl hed to the tniied States railway mail service are a actltfly engaged in i browing the mails Here you will see the postnl Herts at wrk jut as they wort wLn speeding along a railroad trek A curlou collection of old time ret ics from tho postolfice museum at Vashiu un Illustrates as no verbal descripti can do the crude begin nings of the postal system Ou of rhese ro5is is an old fashioned stage coach th t once carried Tnited States nails th mh a portion of the Louisi ana puraluKC territory President Uooseveli who once inspected it ex amined viilj a rough riders interest the bull t holes which stage robbers and mountain brigands shot through iis stiff K lhern curtains Generals Sherman mid Sheridan and President fiarfjeirt rode in tlila old coach during the strenuous days of muller life Among flu collection of documents Showing tin primitive postal methods In vogue in the early days is to he swan the old book of accounts kept by the first postmaster general Heujamin Franlcliu all written by hand There is a rare collection of stamps includ ing ancient Filipino Porto Rican and nhan stamps The postofflce deport nieurn exhibit occupies 32409 sijuare feet Across the aisle at the right Is the oxliibU of the new Department of Commerce Labor occupying fuiiiar fpet This exhibit shows what the new executive department stands for and what it is accomplishing Mr Carroll n Wright United States Corn missioner of Labor hall charge of the preparation of the exhibit Charts ar ranged by him showing the rapid lgliCUItUrejlI ill students oi the labor problem The Census Bureau exhibit is made in this section It shows the tabulating ma ihines fleet in compiling the census re ports The Lighthouse Board also op erating under this department shows the great revolving lenses in light toupea wIth other interesting apitfl noes The sari In the projecting north trest co ii r of the building is devoted io the Ljbrirv of fongress The edl lice vfhhit Louses this library nt Wash ington in Iwld by many aivhitects to be the mOlt beautiful building in the QUICK ARREST J A Gulledge of Verbena Ala was twice in the hospital from aI severe case of piles causing 24 tum ors After doetots and all reme dies failed Buckleus Arnica Salve qtickly arrested further in ma- c011C1uersla P3IT 13 FADED world Its interior decorations by Hi iner Ellsworth Garnsey furnish one of the chief deli hts of a visit to the national capital A large niodil of lhU splendid building is a feature of flits exhibit The decorative failures of the interior are reproduced Jn their original lolls tIe next exhibit on the right hand siik of the central aisle is that of the Interior Department occupying 11792 5iiiro foct Il Ul lr rpne tlxr visitor linds xo many Ilihv f im polling interest that he is loath to leave The Patent QHicc exhibit itt longs to this section There an motl els of ninny machines that have home an important part in the development of the nations industries The earliest form of every device of human inven tion si far as possible is shvn here for instance you may see the iutnil sewini machine that was the tnst con trivance of its kind every ismstrucled it was patented in 1SUJ by Elias Howe The first typewriter p1I lit hy C Thurhrr in 1842 the model of the first east iron plow patented by Charles Newbold in 7 the first screw plo peller invented by IJobert lloo in and many other first things are to he seen The model of Anihnni Lincolns celebmtid levico for lifting sleamhoals off shoals is shown here The first harvesting machine made In the year lU C is one of the most niieleiit exhibits at the Kxposition There is also n model of the tirsr steam engine made in Estypl ill the ami year Every foot of the 200WH feet of floor space in Uncle Sams Worlds Iair building is occupied by exhibits of surpassing interest and every phase of the peoples welfare is shown CURIOUS THINGS FROM CHINA The Most Macnificent Beds Ever Seen Are Part of Ihe Celestial Efnpires Worlds Fair Exhibit Chinese exhibit at lilt World IJiH is tilled with pleasing surprijs of the most magnificent articles of furniture are a pan of this wonder ful display The carving and inlaying of ivory bone and wood illustrate the marvelous skil of the Chinese Models included in this interesting exhibit show tint homes and home hoof the Chinese their weddings and funerals Chinese tea house restau rant mid shop Chinese weaving and some of the beulifl silLs and wear ing apparel of the Chinese and their methods of manufacturing them One feature of the exhibit is two magnificent Chinese beds each of which has the appearance of being a small house of great beauty One is a summer lied the oilier for winter The fiummer is hand arved aud inlaid with ivory and bone figures iud land sea pos exquisitely carved andso skillfully jollied as to appear n part of the wood The bed nd furniture are of carved bamboo The ieltoIsistS of an anteroom with tables chairs anti tea stands ami in an inner room which is the sleeping apartment there is a couch with coverings of gauzy silks The winter is still more elaborate It consists of three compartments The first contains four chairs a tea poy and a chest of drawers This Is the sil ting apartment The second is the dross Ing room and the third is the sleep lug apartment the couch itself The furnit ole is of rosewood inlaid with ivory carving of birds tloxvers aud trees Tin couch is covered with silks of the fiiHst tenre ami in gaudy col ors The sleeping compartments are lighted with Chinese lanterns of sill hung at the ouier entrance while the light enters through gauze panels hand painted and in forms of rosewood laid with ivory urlsIA table lUll dish ished ash with exquisitely carved bamboo figures inlaid are shown The work is so artistically done that each article snorts to have been made of one piece of wood There is also a large display of nese lanterns made of silk gauze toad other light material and sonic made of beads artistically arranged with glass centers The silk and gauze are beau tifully hand painted There are models of some of the great Chinese temples theaters and arches showing elaborate curving in wood and ivory and two large elephant tusks exquisitely carved WHARFAGE FREE AT ST LOUIS Twenty Miles of River Front For Wa ter Craft at Worlds Fair City Free wharfage will e given to nil boats landing at St Louis during the Worlds lair TraflJc Manager leary of the iYOSititU and losepli P Vhyte harbor and wharf commission er of St Louis have decided on the lo cations assigned to the various kinds of lioats boatsIlirOPtllell These streets tanning east and west form the boundary lines for the eon tral business district of the city House boats have been assigned streetjTransit company parallels the river from the city limits on the norfh to Jefferson Barracks on the south At no point are the cars more than tie blocks from the Mississippi river The Worlds Fair may be reached for one fare by transferring to any of the eight lines that cross Broadway and reach the Exposition grounds No charge will be made for wharf age Application for space should be made to the harbor anti wharf com- missIoner at the City Hall on Twelfth street between Market street and Clark avenue MANAGER WANTED Trustworthy lady or gentleman to manage business in this county and adjoining territory for well and favorably known house of solid financial standing 2000 straight cash salary and expenses paid each Monday by check direct from headquarters Expense money advanced Position per manent Address Manager Sio Como Block Chicago JOHN D CARROLL o CANDIDATR FOR APPEUATE IIA JUDGE OK Tins DlsrlucTI Hon John D Carroll of New Castle one of the best known law vcrs u tho State has announced as- a candidate for Appellate Judge in this District subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Car rolls friendsespecially in the legal profession lirve for a lotui line desired to see him on the benchof the highest court in the State Me has held several offices of trust and honor and in all of them acquitted himself with credit When quite young man he served two terms in the Legislature was a member of the Constitutional Convention and one of the throe commissioners appointed by the Governor to revise the statute laws of the State to con form to the changes made by the constitution and was for three years chairman of the Democratic Stte Central Committee He is the editor of Carrolls Kentucky Codes of Practice and Carrolls Kentucky Statutes law hooks that are iu general use and tint may he found in the office of every lawyer in the State A man of high in tegrity great industry with an extensive and accurate knowledge of the law and in the prime of lifeI his large circle of friends judgeIrTritnbl A STARTLING TEST To save a life Dr T G Merritt No Mehoopany ija made al 10f test resulting in a wouder cure He writes a patient was attacked with violent rhages caused by ulceration hll11or1 stomnrh I had often found Inc Bitters excellent for acute stain ach and liver troubles sn I prescrib Jed them The patient gained from the first and has not had an attack iSn 14 mouths Electric Bitters are positively guaranteed for Dys pepsia Indigestion Constipation land Kidney troubles Try them Only 500 at all druggists Coy Odell has vetoed the bill which would have permitted a NiagaraIDAILY TOURIST SLEEPERS TO CALIFORNIA Iron Mountain Route operates Pullman Tourist Sleepers St Louis to California leaving 830 a in daily via Little Rock Tex jarkana Dallas Fott Worth and El Paso The Ideal Route to Califor nia Fast Schedule cheap Colo Inist rates in effect daily during months of March and April 1904 Xorthwcst1Pul1m1I1 souri Pacific Railway leave St Louis every Thursday 9 a 111J VedlleSdayslTbursdays tern through Glenwood Springs Salt Lake City to Ogden etc Homcseeker and Colonist rates to various points in the Vest and Southwest every first and third Tuesdays each month For map folders descriptive literature rates etc consult nearest Ticket Agent of address R T G MATTHEWS TPA Room 301 Norton Bldg mar tStf Louisville Ky HeadacheI Can be Cured with Dr Miles AntitIPain If your nerves are su joct to disturb mcg such as lleiducli Neuralgia Backache Uhpumatism Menstrual Pains Sleeplessness their jarring anti Jangllujj can be quickly ended with a Dr Hilcs1 AntiPain 1ill Dr Allies AntiPain pas are pleasant little pink tablets which do not act on the bowels nor do they have any disagreeable weakening or habltform lag effect on the system They are the result of the latest eden tItle knowledge on the subject of Pain and 1rlnjr relief safely and qulckti to the greatest sufferer i You should always keep a box of Dr Miles AntiPain PiUs in the house since you never know when pain may attack you antI it is wrong to suffer when your suffering can be so quickly relieved Dr Miles AntiPain Pills contain no opium clitoral cocaine morphine or similar drugs and are sold by druggists under a guarantee to relieve you or pay your money back By relieving Pain Dr Mlles Anti Pain Pills shorten suffering and lenstli en lire cents sever sold In bulk 1 have u d Dr Miles AntiPain rins lintthatMileslencI am considerably afflicted with neural gia of the head and lint these pills of much benefit to me They are all that CotGATETex write to us for Free Trial AntiIyou what Is wrong and how to right It COLUORATORIES RELIGIOUS The annual convention of the Northern Baptists began We tines Clectec11lSSouthern Baptist ComeutioIIllclwcclt was subscribed at the Baptist Con ent ion to the endowment fund of the Southern Baptist Theologi cal Seminary of Louisville The plan of cooperation be ween Ihe Southern Baptist Con vcnlion and the National Negro Baptist convention for the better ment of the Negros condition in the South calls for an equ appro priation by each convention the adjustment of conditions to suit co operation being left to the Negro conventionRev M Huey preached the Dacca laureatesermon at Williams burg College Sunday A Cheerful Philosopher An oldI man was sitting on the roof of his house in Kansas after the floods and was gazing placidly across the rushing waters Washed all your fowls away asked the man in the boat 1Yes but the ducks swam mI trees much They said the crop would b n failure ym1fIoVal them windows needed washing anyway stranger A SURE THING It is said that nothing is sure except death and taxes but that is not alogether true Dr Kings New Discov cry for Consumption is a sure cure for all lung and throat troubles Thousands can testify to Mrs C It Van Meter of Shepherd town W Va says Iliad a severe case of Bronchitis and for a 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this gentleman is a native of Switzerland The splendid wooded hills with th coo invigorating air1 of three highlands where one can er joy rambles in the depths of the forest or rides and drives among the numerous bridle paths and road ways afford pleasure for those who desire rest and quiet wink at the splendid and exilerating casinos one can have all the entertain men and social pleasure possible Ilt the most fashionable resorts ON THE MOO ROOTE For booklets telling all about the woters Hotel Rates and full information write E H BACON D P A Louisville Ky i t tc = i JI N l lIi if JL fIf IIt if Instantly Relieved Quscldy Cured IBy the ue o- fF paracampli I I A Soothing Cooling Healing Remedy BurningJim lates the Circulation Keeps the Feet Warm and Comfortable m Policemen Moformen i Conductors Clerks 1M tm alwaystmGives Instant Relief to Corns Bunions and Frost Bites gj We Gurntee every bottle to do H What we claim for it If it fails your money will be refunded 25 cent 50 centcand SlOO 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nnd 3rd Monday at 730 p m JAS EHOUKCoa CHAbC DAVIS R K I i I