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Established 1887 I I VOLUME XVjI MT VERNON ROCKaSTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY MAY 27 1904 NUMBEK r III SOME WONDERS TO BE SEEN AT THE WORLDS FAIR Cheese weighing two tons Grounds cover 1240 acres Exposition costs 50000000 F Athletic events 150000 rortyfour States participate Rose garden 10 acres in area Giant bird cage 300 feet long Special pavilion for sculpture Automobile speeding contest Giant locomotive at full speed Indian exhibit covers 40 acresIFifty foreign countries Natural garden of wild flowers Art potters works in operation Model Indian school ion pupils Model school for blind and deaf Mining gulch 12 acres in extent Louisiana history told in flowers Regular hat factory if operation capacityrSpecial corn exhibit costing t50 000Placer gold mine in mining gulch Statute in butter of John Stewart Pavilion built entirely of peanuts Victorias jubilee presents tournaIment ocoooo Decorative sculptor costing 50 000Iron Statute of Vulcan 50 fee high Four acres of growing fresh fruitThe widest boiler plate ever rolled Typical Pennsylvania coal breaker Pure food exhibits cover two acresTurquoise mine in actual opera tionOperating ice lapidary and assay off Full sized yacht completely rig ed Idaho silver nugget weighing 10 tonsOutside live game exhibits 10 acres Turbine engine of Scoo hors power rJIsiztiannMonks fu ous coachLocomotive tests throughout sea sonModel of coal mines and appli ancesFactory for making pins of al kindsFactory where paper is made A practical shoe factory in oper ationRainbow gardens amid the cas cadesMeeting of national Rowing Re eatta eral ooorts and games in gen Live stock 37 acres 250000 prizesLargest gass engine 3000 horsepower Airship tournament 200000 in prizes Pennsylvanibuilding Important lecture on physical training Outside forestry exhibit covers 15 and America in forest ry transmitted via electric light rays Complete assemblage of the worlds races Native Alaska buildings real totem poles- Bimonthly exhibit ofseasonable clock minute hand 2500 pounds T- 74itnnii J Display of jewelry valued at 10 000000 Typical frontier trading post reproduced Comparative measurements race tyres Stadium seating capacity 27 000 persons Freak display in gymnasium tro phy room Largest organ145 stops 10 ooo pipes Primitive Mexican copper mine camplargeon earth COUNTY CLAIMS Tbe following claims were a11ow- ed by the Fiscal Court during t year 19o3- goodMcGuire Phillips for furnished smallpox patients 23 J M Reynolds for looking after- smallpox patients 36 S L Durham for looking aft smallpox patients 18 Jack Abucy for waiting on smalli pox patients 23 W C Ogg for merchandise furnished smalpox patients 27 Abney Payie for merchandise furnished smallpox p tieuts 32 Spencer Abney allowed for m chandise furnished smallpox 49tJames Drew smallpox patients 9 Mary J Prewitt allowed for poorIlouse J J Drew for taking care rave Poynter 25 J S Cooper O M Payne John J rrett W S Pitman and J V illiams allowed 13 50 each f their services as Supervisor 0 Tax for the year 1903 Ids S L Durham J M R roley Granville Leec and Vir ser ewttfr term of vices us 200eJ J Wood alloVed for f fish andIB F Anglln allotrtt to rd ling nailpox cases and fuAL for Fad u11insI11g TtOOBpaid Rookcastle county on exc tion property Andrew SUtton allowed for nishing lumber and making ior Maggie Wallen 4 W H Jones sllowed for pro- u vision etc furnished Sam Crouch- er John Croucher Mrs Croucher and Mrs Margaret- Brown 36 W C Mullins allowed for medi cine furnished Ford ice 5 S L Durham Granville Leece- and M J Kinley allowed 3 each for services as officers Fiscal Court 9 goodsfurnished Baker Whitehead allowed goods furnished paupers 78 W M Owens allowed for merchandise furuished paupers smallpox patients 13 C C Davis allowed for medicine- iurnished paupers 12 W H Jones allowed for burials furnished John Miller it Hatsur Hats I b w Parkie Scott allowed for goods furnished paupers 6 oo W G Nicely allowed for mer 1aipaupers 249 45 i for ren on house used for voting purpose- for the year 1902 200 Mt Vernon Drug Co allowed for books furnished indigent chitI dren 6 70 Mt Vernon Drug Co allowed for disinfectants on order of court 6 55 Bt J F Watson allowed for medicine furnished Sargent 15 E S Albright allowed for prin ing 33 25 Margaret Sims allowed for lumb heer s J OrIAbney45 chandise furnished paupers 95 Houk Adams al owed former chandise furnished in ertit Verno jail 42 73 oo J W Lambert allowed or mak oo jRrkerandMartha Lambertl Coyle alJf 66ials furnished 3 36 B F Nicely ailed for taking acare of Pleas CopdoS days at 25c 39per day 28 oo erJ H Lanbe lowed for props Dobbsvision26 Martha J er Laura Knuckles JS and Pal ey ontgomery 69 00 oW C fg allowed for furnish itiug Tulorgm 5 Sarah Rector cand Croucher 14 28 oo jlWood allowed for merchan patientsrnoly Henry Quinton Robt ofs James Richmond and Eli oo fiAbuey 57 70 James Pannel allowed for waiting- on and taking care of Martin Troxwell 18 00 W C Mnllins allowed for disinfectants furnished Board ofc Health 3I 95 R N Gooch allowed for chandise furnished Allen 50uthernd andwife 25 a Wood Hayes allowed for goods furnished paupers 24 97 Jotham Brown allowed for merchandise furnished John Walden 6 oo James Poteet fallowed disinfecting smallpox houses 25 00 J W McCollum allowed fore maintaining Ellen May jLti lx MadI urll Marion Sexton allowed for coffin gall pox houses 16 oo 54 ir Thacker allowed for guardi mimit pOX houses 27 00 waitIlOgJohn g cases ti 8600 59 medicalitls A i75 25 oo IDr R riVwis aj ed for medi services1 nderei00 John of Todd WilseUherMrs Jchl 00Croucher and Dr P Benton 5lowedcal services rendSjed wldm Wal fora0 30 medical 1orand Damron and for mediae funiishrt 86the Sargent family 26 oo Dr S C Davis allowed for med 50 cine and service rendered Pers 17 toDr J s Cooper allowed for ser The Gojufflffler Time Will Come I AND YOU MUST HAVEF I Su m mer C1othingLt OUR anthingline is come and see them it costs Shirts Collars Cuffs Neckties Ready Made Suits for Men Youths andBoys Straw of all kinds Overalls Gloves and any old thing you want to wear r WE also have the greatest line of Tailoring in the United States with prices that will surprise you A cheapAWe want your trader Come and see us line4wJI Ci HOCKER y CO- LIVINGSTON KY vices rendered George hI1 ton I z5 on IJ hns Cherry allowed for mer ohm ise finiiilirr Jesse Imron 41sifor h Longs tnmily while nude 92Iquaed ot Adams while sick with smal ox 7 65 j1h allowed for goods fur nish Lula Vullinp pauper 10 60 f h for tOe pipe lock etc 301tDr H Gravely allowed waiti Jon Charlie Kidd 20 lorI E Albright for printing ban lots for November electiol1lT93 t Dm Hamm for merchandise furnis id paupers and smallpox rases 9 15 Dr Pennington for disinfect iug ck ties houses etc iu small 1902IDr rE Gravely allowed for servi e Julia Singleton and c idren while sick with smallpox I 15 00 Dr V J Childress allowed for serve rendered George Robinson and Tomas Forbes 30 oo L If Rose allowed for keeping and waiing on Happy Todd 14 weeks 14 00 Dr X G Lovell allowed for services as health office of Rcckcas tie county loo 00- Ellen Forbes allowed for nursing and caring for Geo Shelton 5 00 Egbert Wallen allowed for watching smallpox houses aud keeping patients inside 5 00 F L Thompson and M J Mil ler allowed 2o each for their services as pauper cemmitte of Rock count 4n 00 Harriett Proctor allowed for wait lUg on and taking care of the chi of Nan Adams pauper 8 00 vtirctr rGTrrie cine furnished orphans 4 75 J W Parsons for services as jailer etc 667 40 sherIiffGrauville Leece and S L Durham allowed for services at Fiscal Court Oct term 19o39 coach 18 oo Dr T J Price allowed for j er ices rendered paupers at B F Nicelys 10 25 T H Price allowed for review ng county road i oo J L Rash allowed for services as sheriff of election 1902 j NovemberI W D Mullins vices as judge of e Novem ber 1902 2 80 Hayes Wood allowed for goods furnished Laura Sioonamore at rate of2 per month 12 60 T George Pevis while confined wit smallpox i 05 and burial clothes furnished Mr John Crouc 9fc S Renner Conner for hold 1W over the tody of John J 6 oo Dr W J Childress for medical Services rendered I rtin Box and Henry Fort ce 11 55 1V Kinley for role furnished 30ualauf Grove i 0 o Wi A B as County 09 M C Millervotmglecmct ser vices as Clerk e County Court oo G M ten months services as Ctmty School Superintendentl 500 oo ed for ten months services as Cunty Attorney I 500 oo W J Kinley allovfd for four days as justice at Ot term ofj y court I 12 00 PAID ELECTION OPPIC S FOR 1902 DISTRICT I Willis Griffin Janas McKenzie jud es 4 oo John M Williams cle t 2 op J L Joplin sheriffz 00 DISTRICTS 2 W M Hayes 4Too oo Bogie Phillips sheri 2 56 3O50JCo o W H 96DISTRICT R M Johnson JTChilders J judges 50 NEWGOODS1Coming u = n 1111rplljlIt we continue to PRICES withI20 per cent1 20 percent I AL at per 75kinds best STAPLE and FANCY Poek Bottom Price Donr fail to make our store when in Livintston and going elsewhere Yours for L H Jas Reppert clerk 2 00 D C Clark sheriff 2 85 DISTRICT NO5 i W D Mullins J J Clancey i judges 4 00 Jacob Siimbrook clerk 2 00 J A Oliver sheriff 2 So DISTRICT No6jJ F Nicely1 J i oo r clerk 2 60 sheriff 2 80 NO 8 sherin 2 56 =Jas Chancy and Johu Harper allowed one dollareach for viewing ounty road 2 00 Solomon Griffin allowed for hauling on P P Singletons section of road 5 00 W M Poynter allowed for am unition used on public well 4 oo Brown Cummins allowed for foodand raiment furnished Mrs Allen Southerland 30 00 G R Evans allowed for making coffin for Nan Adams child 2 75 Dr A G Lovell allowed for medical services rendered pan pens 30 oo Granville Leece Win J Kinly S L Durham and Granville V Ow LADIES AND CHILDREN who can not stand the shocking strain of laxative syrups and cathar tic pills are especially fond of Little Early Risers All persons 1who find it necessary to take a liver medicine should try these easy wills and compare the agree ably pleasant and strengthening effect with the nauseating and weak cuing conditions following the use of other remedies Little Early Risers cure billiousness constipa Would ExchangeA father fearing an earthquake in the re gion of his home sent his two boys to a distant friend until the peril should be over A few weeks after the father received this letter from his friend Please take your boys home and send down the earthquake Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Chas G Davis our local drug gist does not hesitate to recom mend Kodol Dyspepsia Cure his friends and customers Indi geMion causes more ill health than anything else It deranges the stomach aud brings on allmanner orders Kodol is not only a perfect digestant but a tissue building ton follow its use Published Every Friday still Lead LOW Cut on all Shoes ICut on Hats CLOTHING Manufacturers Cost Best Flour Sack cents All ND all GROCERIES headquarters eabargain DAVIS Livingston Ky faker dayslooJ 1Oa1Idria CureI perI I LAND STOCK ANn CROP FOR SALEA good mare mule 6 hands high 7 years old and in very good condition Also a mare at a bargm HOUK R ADAMS Mt Vernon Ky STRAYEDAwhite boar hog weight about 75 pounds has been at my house since February 1st Owner can have same by paying all damages and cost of publishing this article may 2731 W A COFFEY A few days ago R D Ratliff of Sharpsburg bought a mule colt in Nicholas county for 100 to Le de livered in October Monday he sold the colt to Mr Thomas Davis of Mason county for 5r42 50 The colt was only twentyseven days old Monday This is said to be the best mule colt ever seen in Kentucky and will be exhibited at the Worlds Fair bv Mr Davis Farmers in Montgomery county are selling old corn ot f4 per barrel delivered In Anderson couuty Thursday Bond Carpenter sold to S Weil 300 fat cattle at 435 The Kentucky Livestock Breed ers Association set September 5th as the opening day of the State Fair which will be held in Lexington the only city making a bid for it Messrs Marion and Green Craig sold a lot of corn to J A Cain i3 t 10 per bblEtiwards Bros sold aud shipped to Louisville par ties fron Milner 20 tons of straw at 6 a ton Woodford Sun The old style of feeding is nearly abolished and ought to be a thing of the past and any farmer feeding on the old style will see ruinous re suits before them The main ob ject in feeding in the barn is the manure the greatest fertilizer that can be found aud which is required on any farm the same as stock re quire food A former ought to feel as proud of a large quantity o manure to haul on his place as t itIKentucky I had a case of piles says G G Carter of Atlanta Ga and consulted physician who advised me to try a box of De Witts Witc HazelSalve I purchased a box andwas entirely cured It is splendid for pries giving relief stantly and I heartily recommend it to all sufferers DeWitts Witch itrs healing qualities Eczema another Ii skin diseases also sores cuts burns and wounds of every kind are quickly oared by it Sold b Chas C Davis the druggist Itsthe sharp tongue that Js ii dicted to blunt speech CBO1Il HAD Ezra Shivel has typhoid fever Miss Dollie Jarrett iat home from Berea for a few days Quite a number of our citizens attended Circuit Court at Mt Vernon Monday John Cress passed through here Tuesday John will buy your hogs at some price Mrs Lillie Miller of Livingston- is v visiting her mother Mrs ViI mot of this place Mr Eddie Gentrv who has been attending school at Mt Vernon was in town Wednesday Minor Fish and Harry Lee of Livingston were down Sunday to see two of our pretty girls Miss Helen Thurmon closed her school Tuesday with a nice entertainment at the Albright Hall Dr Gravely received a dispatch from Virginia that his father was very low and not expected to live Miss Mollie Brown of Louisville passed up to Mnrelburg Tuesday to see her sister Mrs Win Houk E J Hamm who has been working the picture business in the Central and Western parts of the State is at home for a few days rest heldIAnd authorized the marshall to collect the tax at once so the work could be pushed A WHEN THE SAP RISES weak lungs should be careful Coughs and colds are dangerous then One Minute Cough Cure cures coughs and colds and gives strength to the lungs Mrs GK Fenner of Marion Indsays I suffered with a cough until I run down in weight from 148 to 92 lbs I tried a number of remedies to nor avail until Iused One Minute thisome mylungsstrengthSoldgist Nothing Nioux hunghlWhowioux poordwon lass He found he had captureda shrioux IAIyhe Kind You Have Always Bought thed i s WiT VERNON SIGNAL FKIPAY MAY 27 IflOi Pubsekedevery Friday by is EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SlTISSCRIPtlON ONK vrAR IMO dvcrihvu rules made known on application ilOn L 0015 K er county iat rtmliiliitr for onj cross ii the Kiihtli district to succeed Hon mi1 Itt subject to the action of the Democratic party Your support is earnest ly solicited IVN HAUTE HELM OrSlanfoiu isacnililiitn for Congress illI this the Eighth distril silijcct to the iii of IItc enoiRitifl party HON n u JiiiitEirr flfS1it1l iileisarandIdatcfrCougreF- ihr igliil 1itirr arrtr him elf sultjoot to the action of tin Hfinoeiaii PallyIilL1 KOK CUNGKKria With the precinct county and district conventions only a few weeks off it devolves upon Mad son COLIt to select of the turf candidates for Congress him t whom she owes the most and riMrnct he delegates accoulingly Though eich of the gentlemen un der consid ration is clever capatilf and dome Hly qualified for the of lice they seek to our vision it is 1jp Hell that only one is entitledI by reaot of the support county in every rare a Madison man et r undertook to a cleatI and meirtd tile to Madisons air at this jatictme Stand by tin people who stand by yon is maxim of undiputed soundness and in accordance with it we be liege that the delegates of thi cnunsy should lie instructed with out teseivatuvi to lion Harvey Helm of Lincoln From the be ginning to the present day in Ken tacky politics Lincoln county ha voted for Madison men first lasI and always In every race our candidates have made there stood old Lincoln solid for them with it nine votes when last year our Jobn Chenault aspired for the honor of auditor it was Helm hunse who said good fences make good neighbors lets put on another rail for John B Chenault Accordingly Lincoln gave Madison can didate in that race the largest ma jority he received in the whole State outride of his home county whereas Shelby Spencer and Au derson all went against him Mr Helm is eminently fitted to represent us in Congress A dis tinguished graduate of Central Un versity he spent many j ears of hi young manhood in our midst anti then dismayed those sterling quali ties of intellect and manhood that have since been recognized by his home people as well at the Democracy of this district of which 11 was one of the delegates at KansM City in 1900 He rep resented Lincoln county with credit in the Kentucky Legislature and s now serving his second term a si Lincolns county attorney Aside from the undisputed obligations we owe the Democratic yeomanry of faithful old Lincoln we can tnak no iristn1e in recognizing the emi item peiSDiial fitness of Hon Har vey Helm Richmond Register REPRESENTATIVE Chairman of the Democratic Con gressional campaign committee has opened headquarters in Wash ton Being interviewed he says Newspapers tell us that Repub lican primaries in West Virginia were so harmonious that only set enteen men were killed that the Disk and Foraker factions in Ohio leave abandoned balloting and ar relying for success on the thickness of their skulls and the weight their club Illinois is in the ll1UlS of the bitterest fiht the party ever experienced tthat State There is probability of nnntat the State convention Wiscon and noted prize fighters id at hit co are in demand for ser geaiitsairiis Senator Spooner says lc condition j deplorable There is no worse condition any where Is not this a pathtic stat eI of thing fiVKRV Democrat in Ute count should attend the mass conventidt which meets here en Tune 4 You comeonetion will scud delegattstO the Stat e convention at Louisville which a sends delegates to National con vention which will nominate the I StiitPes A GURMAM oificial ticuiiinds nn explicit definition ofx the Monroe Doctrine The Washington Post glibly responds Thats easy Thou shalt not steal The Post a vivacious paper but it indulges in some snide definitions The jnIt4 side meaning of the Monroe trine is of course Thou halt stew anything that I may want steal That man hifd a very tnI curate idea of the Monroe Doct w who when the minister asked if ads any objection to a couple I hang married rose and said JI oh On what ground do you object asked the minister It Itcmdidrepresentative is the mom who sept Rockcastle out of the Eleventh district we wonder why Mr Bouk er did not meet with the commit tee when the question was beit gI Hscussed Fortunately the writer if this article was on the grounds for three days and watched the working of the committee and itJ wos very evident who were friends to Rockcastle and who were not IK his speech last Monday the hadetroRock castle as Lincoln had eyes Teen Yvhat is the attitude Shelby county towards Kockcaslle r SCUAPS o JET IDid she1 ever get oyez the death i hmhll1dIIiYes Sentence Suspended Her voice vas tried by a famous singing master Was it found guilty Fair To Look Upon Sidney Miss fade is a lovely girl IRodneyYes say slses a regu ar pink and white peril IVernal Joys ol11e will know gladness in Mays sweet smile Vnd others will leap that tan shoe are in style 13eetliovcuII never visited em answered Mr Cumrox absentmindedly Vhat does he manufacture JIii Numerous InstancesLi rary books are to he disinfect low Sa7 disinfection ought to be way back with the autlors tRoused the Neighbors Hole leekDid you wake up No 89 Bell llyHaw sir but Sr an 3i an 83 jumped out in de han an howed der shoes an briskbrooim iIt sue FriendNow that you have made millions what trill you do Bullioni shall retire an Ill11nSe myself telling people what wealth is and how hap py I was when I was poor In Boston The Policeman My son are you lost Childo ST I know where Im it perfectly but I think my tether and mother round file to b directed to where I am eSized t1p31rs YaumI set by this paper that the average fans ily in the United States has furl land seventenths persons DvIr BaconI suppose Im tin eentenths in the faniilv Cant Deceive a Fond Mother CallerIrcyer saw two childrei look so much alike How doe your mother tell you apart One of the Twins She finds out by spankin us Dick cries loudern II dojThe Amount Ker uisiteCholl-e How touch money would a man have to have to marry you IfSheIs it yourself you have in mind ulees I suppose n All there is JSympathyLllllc Nell Whats the matter with rallpaJIHer Mother money He feels bad ILttJe Nell= Do you spose e would like to chew my sum for a while until he feels better Not Responsible for It rA Bishop visiting a certain chart lequested that he be allowed to catechize the children in Sunday followingnauslterelyrembling at the loot of the classlWho made the world quivering voiue the litlle fellow rej pried I didnt WIIlcs Ijifiicuity The lnys teailier findshun fighting Why VilJif jhe siid Fightios ngaill Didnt lat Sundays Ksson teach that when you arc struck on 6tit check you oughtto turn the other the uiker Ytsm said Willie but he hit me on the nose andt ou aee Ive only got one Foottnnn A newspaper reporter 11Great oQuanCcrtainly sir But he assured me he would only ask questions which you could answer a nod or a shake of the head Great Man Then tell him Ihae stiff neck No Longer ewS Have you any bothers and sisters little boy Ye two Auf you have a father and mother r Yo And we have a grandfath er How old is your grandfather Oh dont kilo v But we haul had him for a lone time Ungrateful Man rl luau shoul h ire every confidence ill his wife tid Mrs Marriedlong and she in him That is the only way that app1c scan lye secured Yes replied Mrs Girlbrid Mth tears iu her eyes and that ust what Charley hasnt got ranted to try and shave hi n ther morning to save barbers hill tnrt he wouldnt even let me try Heie is a new and true Jame Whitcomb Riley story Mr Riley at a dinner in Indiav puns told nn anecdote it whit ie dwelt upon hov scared a cerlai wrson was Looking directly f me mnn who sat opposite him aid Why he turned as whi is your shirt Then bending rot card with a veryintense gaze b aldel Whiter The StraagentIll bet you lollar said Blake that our hel lo girl hears everything we 5t y over the phone Kowil you prove it asked hi partner iI show you answered Blake Xp 4SVhc cnllo l ri t rMn Is this you Mary Wei I just wanted to tell you that cei tral will roll please stop listening he broke in interrupting himself Im not listening answem entral indignantly A LLI YOUNG TALKS o Judge Allie W Young of M Sterling and Congressman Kelioi of Maysville met in this city to lay in a conference over the situs Lion in Kentucky especially th succession to the chairmanship o he State central committee judgi Young said alter the meeting have never stated to and ne as has been published fron itne to time that I would be candidate to succeed myself a clairman of the State committe ou I say now that I am no nor shall I be a cantflptlte and his is the first declaration I hay wade in that connection My du ties as Judge and private matter de nand my full time aid atter tion Yes I had a conference her oday with Congressman Kehoe nd if he desires the chairmanship f the State committee being friend rfnd neighbor I will support him It will he determine in a few days whether or no Mr Kehoc will be a candidate At any rate there will be a can dilate to test the with Mr MiOuown d1ainrianshipI McOuown is the candidate of ministration Mr Young denied that he wa a part of the Hearst organization in Kentuckv and said he had choice for presidential nominee 111 He declared that published ments concerning his intention be factional in recognizing con testing delegations to the State convention to he entirely false Hererttsea to forecast the action of the convention Cincinnati dispatch to Courier Journal Postmaster General Payne say s that time receipts of the Postoffice iJeparuneHt for the fiscal year end ing July Itwill approximate 5i44 00000 y rsPilsIWant your abeautifol brown or rich black Use t oJ +TIf scHooLF lesson in the Lternationnl Series for L May 21004The U Vbrile PololGOLDEN TiiXfltor even Christ our passover Is sacrilfid for us1 tor 57 SCUIPTCKE lECTlOXPASSlOX WEIC Sunday The Twmphal Kntry Slatt 1111 Mark lla Luke 18iS44 Monday Curd Uarrcn Fig Tree Matt 2118 Mat i11214Clcarssgor Tempie Matt UliT lark 111319 Luse li4i4S I IllttIMile Mark 12413 LukllirntofljrE of IiiiireWi lJSiC Mark 1K lui ii5eicjflracy Against 10jIItllrlat= this time full PLCKJHlfat oel II tuireadeel the 14thlisanlwhich fell this ear on Only bread wade without VlH was eaten by the iews during thrlsfeek jl1e disciples same to JesusiJllting the lay Thurs Jay Where wJ Thou tha we make ready h Passover he disciples 0ev that Jets hadde jlanied for th tissovcr but trey cer ainly did not kiiw what His clans were He lid nl tell them now but ient two of thosvho were nearest im o a certain steer where by a previc the rrangement of vhich they had nt nown Mach 14i15 they were to beth by a man rying a pitcher of va eran unusuafl fight for the women sually carried ftie water he ouldt now them and without o item or appareujy jolnins them would aad them to the pointed place Jesus new there wer4 tots against His life broad in Jerusal n and that there was traitor among Le disciples Precau ions were wise Ht did not wish to void the inevitaKe end but His heart as set on this lad iniet evening with he disciples The little compay gathered in th ipper room at abort IIlI and took the laces upon the coaches which ex nddIround three sides of the low thlahleirdo da Vincis painting the Last upt er is a most interesting study of th cene but the painter had betn misled nto malting the company sitat the table is we do Till did not sit but recline d Between vcres 20 and read 1 words of Jesus luke 221418 the ontention as to who should he greatest ruue 2224 and ttl the washing of he disciples feet by Jesus John 13J11 he Passover meal consisted of unleav nod bread bitter herbs vine and a imb This feast commemorates scape frori Egypt and was the ependenee mar of the Jews 1 n Johni dds He was troubled in tine spirit The awfulness of the strain of the la s hours ot Jesus life we can hard betraytad me Each one questioned hfmseir though one but Judas meant to betray Him tacit one knew his own weakness I hat dipped his hand with Me in ti iisk Knives and forks and platoI or each guest were unknown The food was piled in a great circular dish over it guestsilhir of barley cake into the broth and thus tte ItPeloubet At this point read Tohn 132350 which tells of Judas Icav ingtheroom Atlast the Master and His rue frtends were alone Jesus took bread and blessed That is blessed God for it or as Luke uts it When He had given thanks fotr BHisthinl JQf Him And He took a cup a savethanks Though the cup symlpl of the life blood He was to pot out He could hive thanks for It T coveiant Look Ex tortweet God and men Poured out fcft many unto remission of sins b state Jesus purpose ty living andfr Inghistory from that time to thi Ps to the marvelous effective tha Ufe and death Jesus camnotto say men from punishment bu to save then from deserving punisfnent to sate them from sin Lukeadds Jess words This do in henI of tf It was a suggestiorand th pirtof which loyal ft lowers g Mafcr will always obsa e with over encfl and love It is ore of the sacred nott f hsnceItorian Malews Jesus farewell discourses are bund in John 1331 163S and His intiCsssory prayer in John 17 The liyij that was sung at the close of the Pa pver feast was Ps 105108 SENTENCE SERMON nemade yokes are always heav religion never made a val Ilflleap is to be dreaded mdre ItLs easy when you have a seat to tell he other man how to stand up tuo use talking about your yearn ings or God when you are talon earnlgs from the devil Tn world is quite willing to accept yourplats of Heaven if you will only let t lay out the streets here Rams ior Join Hathaway formerly a ed a been rentcnced to he Winchester Ky Jul igrh fur the murder of his m7tr si The great rule of health the bowels regularI medicineeoflyers DYE nm cnot QillTloa L tUAIL100 Patios L Irfl i fD The Strength- of the coffee yon buy adds to its value in the cu- pLion Coffee comes to you fresh and of full strength always in sealed airtight packages Bulk coffees lose strength deteriorate in flavor theirIalso dirt freihnMj IUeltenlt user ot Lion CotteeI NEWS ITEMS xingtollIcky State Medical Association After taking one ballot without result the Illin us Republican convention at Springfield adjourned until May 31 when another at tempt will he made to break the over the nomination for claiming to be the husband of Nanny Burch so delayed burial of the woman at Bowling the undertaker had to corn Main to the court who ordered the loran buried and an admimstni o ppomted to take charge of her estt A Se which has baffled the best physic ls Of the State has been dis covered gar Glvtup Ala where lives the ly living woman who fasted oveixtydav She is Mrs partsie1old Las passed tier IpS or Olo months The fittvsert tIIt annualon slave of the Grancd r of eutuckv Kntoht m P tar wad elId at Frankfort la t weekwill meet next year at lWimom- Uhomns P Sattettvltite L IUISiiIfi11e was elected Grand A and Mason P Brown of Fr Grand Captain of the Guari The white man is the hu 4lSf the human r t menno other race the o 7 joasian and neither aniendtiie7ttTJ thtnfelsetbcan do what God has failed tjdo that is to mak the negro thequal JourdaliIeWhen Garfield was inantat president of the United 5liesr he 4th of March i88ileeImad taken the oath of CfJ1tLe presence of tu tLmd eoP l ickisserl the holyd then mother wined and kissed s ag ait cn d 0 md his tl1ateerHe kneti justice to ilOW 11 not was to see officehimpeopletnfma tn tt hour f exaltation yearned tciis mother Hew Hffnt this beautiliil exainpl idellt to that ofu e treft iy our p American whra Yang Werfailifpeak of his mother a the old onnn ReVersionuWel1 well excjaned the minister as he three fasidethe local paper if that isnt iuoiRQ to try the patience of Job fWhy what in the world is the ratter dearafkfd his wife Last Sunday explained the ood manpreached from the text Be Ye Therefore Steiiifast but the printer makes it reldFe YeThre For Breakfast S9VLOCH Shylock was the man who humanlfle arc m a SJ locks now the convalescent the consumptive the sickly child the pale young woman all want human flesh gand ittake Scotts EmulsionI Scotts Emulsion is flesh rand blood bone and muscle t feeds the nerves strengthens the digestive organs and they- y feed the whole body For nearly thirty years Scotts Emulsion has been t fleshrWe will send you a couple of ounces free SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 4OO415 Pearl Street New Yoe joca9dfjoo alt druislt LcIEI5 TLadles BANNER SKIRTS SetIlolvestrites Ithe land for the least money havefourmeasure for same money COME LOOK at orr 450ottr nnour 2O0onr1 nOaudOut 8100 skirts before Ce151wlereWE HAVE A FINE LINE OF Dress and Waisf Goods 1 onrstockI1 7 We will make twar f pnone 8 tom delivery 1 ofallgootlstOUlPatt of town F KRUEGER SONS KYt 11rorfflA OFlASTcr ipprecaJes a sJyliihaynfortable end tin ee TftsZAlCcEihoe errfcracis all ihcca theTENNENT rY us d The Celebrated A TeooeotShOejLIVAYS w nice fitting Style and Dil- billty they have no snperio JONAS McKENZIE Sole Ager Mt Vernon Ky ==I i fIor ti Coffins FULL LJajAll Mail T lephon FilledyiC rooK A TL V V vm S BRAMSEY v For Fresh Meats ofall Kinds Give us n trial and if we please you tell others it not tell us MEAT delivered in any part of town SHOP in basement opnosite Coirt house Vx ffN jHiR f 1l- ili SOUTIiERi RiJPPiAYj SHORTEST ROUTE AWO CyiCREST SCHEDULES CtrrCiNNAT1 OXVII LE CHAA IOOOA C1AFZiB ifUN- 3tl2ZltIHAl41 AT1 ANT SAANNAHAC SNVILt 4 c SHRISVEPORT WfiiV Oi 2LtAr und TcrcAS poi rrs If aooausyGeo E Clarke T PA 39 E Main Street Lexingt f HinearsunMCINCINNATI J hTHE P U L L INS B Latest and Best on E7 fllT it find be convinced that your otherhoney 6 rF t rJ rI= MTVERNON SIGNAL MT VEHNOX KY MVY 2tl 19C whoaZ L n we cute IT = Lrn it l7 thelut firDIEpmZInzG23 south 129 p 25 South 105 a th1A5Phon No 58 EateredettbsMtVeraa ttyPot otGreo- rr matter P l Il SO SAL Snator G T Farris is here o diY Mrs W R McClure is visti at brigEugenefrom his sicknessIMrs I E Houk is at the Joseph Pries Hospital Stanford Mrs Cooper of Livingston is sontheThos Kirby who has been for some time continues very low Rev J C Carmical organized a prayer meeting at the Ba P t church last night The Rev J A Sawyer preached at the Baptist church Tuesday and i Wednesday nightsI1 Herrin Chief of Police Roht Jones came up from Stanford Monday Bob Norton who has been very sick with fever for some time wear glad to say is much bette Misses Reca Baker A1zaTh son and Risse Williams ret from school at Lexington y diy The visiting attorneys this coot MorrnwJuJ R Cook of Somerset Judge 11 Sims of Bowling Green FI Hohhitt R M Johnson Cha Mai sissonlev of Stanford Remember the mass convention which meets here on Saturday June 4thMarriage license was isued to Dug Brown and Miss Belle Roberts Wednesdaya Elder E Snodgrass will preach at Buckeye next Saturday at 3 Sunday at a m and at night The only thing missing this court was the Jew peddler who failed to put in his appearance The town biol o were too stiff for GCorocert standThe for1goodHenry Fish MADSTONE HtUKystone and will apply it at all tunes mayo im The CranorSmith Lumber pany of which that splendid business man Capt L C Smi general pminLivingstona n of poPrisonJe he will win Interior Journal Vernnufined streetslftJorfates air bereadye streets in repair b t A mass convention of Demo miurdayn ates tobereldJ W BROWN Chm n Our enterprising merchant U G Baker is workpreparing to go into the busiHisstone He will continue his ne s at this place just the jwme as heretofore etMARRIEDmg oflBrodbeadr ed WednesdayG r HeaSawJer The Mt Vernou Grocery CoC will furnish lunches during court IJItdid not announce in our last is sue that the Hon G G Gilbert would speak here Monday Mr A Gilbert did not ask us to announce itor neither did any one else Therevere 28 applicants to for certificates Ii IefirstdassThe best grade was made by W genjme graduating class of Central this year numbers The class has choses as its motBur It is better to have come ed than never to have at all T A 3ewart oldest son of Mr and Mrs A W Stewart of near Vumg ie is one of the honored memt LoIfor class day linglabel Lee Haley the ht little daughter of Mrs A F died at her home at leba- non Junction of measles and pnet lanai and the remains were brought to this place geed interred Sunday afternoon after services by Rev J W Hagin at 2 oclock Only fatherneck was hurried in Buffalo cemetery In terior Journalist Hons G G Gilbert and Harvey Helm Democratic candidates f vge Congress addressed the citizens the comny in the court house jfjj Mast Monday Both are trol15hh and greatly admired by lhre ment of the county Some made a two for Gilbert because he hjT they good Congressman otlbeds fair are for Helm because 4rtathe as tvirlar Mr Gilbert ever Helm come whictuneterfrom an idly to Rock has always bfjjr and thistAt the thee Ji3C s gjgohnstjan Association Suu a J Martin at Lfand Mrs S H Martin Unty lroved himself aIIfiW prizesR a esof the zest Inst says charge burCampionship of Lynch ipalinlof other races tin wortrace W L Martle Wholesale 1 M Hayuie second FarrisMartin rear RareW L tin first Of ri Ainslie S Mar lu ingtown sepc C Ra ttchbnt tin of LynchburglyV Marwh ton of Roanoke fell Carl but Martin was leading raceas accident harpeaedBe0 he16vs RedsThis was a race was forfeited to theTb the nonappearance of the Reds were W L Marti es andEJurapW L Martin first D A com Plunkett The secondIstudents ersltrWIIs sum thDe aus mencan Board of amongth other dontput want a ye uo Virginiap Godfearing preachers who und the gospel witllaWe do not want this condescending patronizing bunch insour moun r thback n s e untalD outfitItousrUments in laycrass out they will be welcome otlcoat se they would better vamoose We congratulate Mr Bentandounose young tobloods stay nt home and do their It is asmucht0UK1busioupconvehed Mon day j onIthe and Judge C W Lester act as Commonwealths Attorney The following juries were select IGRAND JURYIFrank Cable J B CumminsJ in Mat Owens tlenry Brown GV Treadway Willis on PETTIT JClY B 1 Mullins cart Paritt bert Allen James Hiatt Davl Hysinger Dan Ponder JfPike J McKinney Thos arsons Richard Moore Jack Miins J tham Brown J N Grill John lIuokFranntJohn Nicely ModUullinF Burdette MaiCoffey SheltjuquayThe inliquor unlawfully 60 UsMc Lemoie for killiuK ic James Winsted for asst lUh bal ller i cent and the IB cc Dan k the r8yearod sniff Jack sinele February on the charge jireak into a box ar at LivLjston ensIHenry Hellard tvy was gan 2r tertffcourtyears at theFebrary for the killing fAhe Drr and which was revved by the Curt of Appeals waowed bondn the tgum tM orl next Thu for carry in onctaledweapon Yz Horact enton charged wnruanj a rttas fined 25 for ricealed weapons Newcoinb charged with e stealing was given 4years the pen In iSSS he ryas eat to pen for 21 years for nnn thirlllleformer sentence The punish for horse stealing is from to ten years It1eyforWednesday afternoon The Erg u panel was exhausted only six sPecihal wheelwas ordered to be summoned court adjourned until looclock morning SENATOR GEORGE PARR TELLS THE I ATIONI his speech here last Monday tise that Lincoln county at Lincolns Representative the Ho responsiblecmove to put Rockcastie futhe Eleventh district The Hon G of Lancaster who rep CaseyIlast night and when asked asRto the true situation was the Senator said Rockcastle owes much to Helm for remaining in Eighth district as it does to Gilbert Continuting the Senator remarked As the Senator for asey county it was my desire to that county out of the Eleventh aput it in a democratic district putHbas to get Casey iu the north a let Rockcastle remain cctme committee Mr S xViierePresrtative of Nadi iugTs a memr of the redtst proItestr f ct 1present butonwasputlts1lonal 11tt13majrrty have rll all nominations theprotilisr com s CasegOo ortoit Ld Har Helm to your knowledge write a Lett him to vote Rockcasthe tie in To yourpersonal n knowledge did tBookero Mr representasking Put uckcas e in the Bleve Redidnot reFresentatiyesRockcastle from rtrtctiuatestpro nasBanker 11rire ot thatcornluit ere noteLIY1NxSTOiV W lesborougbWliS Miss l itg Geo Farris of Danville was in town Thursday morning Eugene Orudoi ff of Newark 0 is visiting his parents here continueaFred Starks is delivery boy for firmoMrs Walter Stiller and boys are visiting in Brcdhesd this week Mrs Clarence Ferguson was in Mt Veruon a few hours Tuesday Everett Hunt of Mt Vernon is the jiest of John ousckey this week Mrs Mahnli Carson is visiwi her son Steve Carson toed Ilmily at Jellico- Fireman Have Dunn was senrnrs ly injured Wednesday evening at Pitlsbtirg Mr and Mrs W C S win ford have named their little son Wil Ham Fun et Dr W J Thidrcss and Verne Brown visited relatives at Brush Creek Sunday The ladies of the alit cat will give an ice cream sup per about June 22nd sIMt Veruon this week Rev Dr Hunt of Mt Vernon was the guest of Dr and Mrs J S Cooper Saturday and Sunday Nelson Griffin and son RoscoE of Mtirctbnrg are visiting Dari Griffin and Mrs Jno1 Mullins D S McKinney and Sam Magee are in Cincinnati this week Luyiug goods for the J C Rocker Co firmErnes Fishback of Cleveland 0was the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs E Fishback last week Mesdames Mart Hicks and J G Lucas and little Miss Bertha Hicks visited at Parksville last week Ifee Griffin of Jellico and Eg bert Griffin of Richmond are vis iting their parents Mr and Mrs Dave Griffin IS1esce McFerrou of Pine Hill and Miss Sarah Stewart of Wihlie Childress dClI W LouisdehiluIluestsIfamily oeobeenrcthe guests of Rev F P and Mrs FridayI little son Billy Mack of Micdlesborough and Mrs Sherman Weartherly of Louisville were the guests of Mrs Thos Lasley Sunday and Monday AiN Bentley W C and John I John R Carter Samuel Hard Will Soden Brack Hayes J H Hagiu W F Tubbs and nth ers ae attending court this week Ms E Fishback entertained with boontr oft Mes darn lferimee Wright and nth ers wre there and report a good time all to eat earThtsuIpergivrn Saturday even Baptisact t was a success 575O3eing made over all expen sex Ijey desire to thank every partiUut Luelsllarhoruiti They will reside at the FoxvIerHotel They are both well knuwnere and have many friends dhere ho wish them a happy The atertainment given at Cal loway ill Monday and Tuesday wasPer a eerr aof the tow left witha warm 3r the treatment he re ceived their hands and will certainly j e our town a good name which be an inducement for comp s to stop here Something should done nthea Rates JORLDS FAIR RATE edisThP N have made the lowing acs whlcli will he Ap il sth amt lasting until tl close o the exposition For se con ticts from Mt Vernon at return ood until nee 15 1925 Sixty ny excursion rates for re turn tr i6ro Fifteen day ex cursion rates 1405 On ay the igtn and 3ist tic ets will be on sale at 985 to St Louisand return within ten day limit 1 K3X3rJ c p3 c yt r Jrr arr9f 1 A tifTRADE j r1IQ tV ave Just recclvec our f iSf new stock of Spring Goods J I which is the best a tnc iFIWhat You WanttIW Come andexamine our bs o 0IJc andsee if we are not t 1 finIJ 1 V INMII Ladles ann Bents Farmshmgs sxWe take the lead amci isdand you will be convinced T tthat we are right g HOUKADAiVlS to riion TO M T VERNON KY 4- w i J rvr iC f v Y C 17 Y A Ad a Usr4Yr b + 0 4 tti- Jj Of the stories attributed to Arte raus Ward the best one perhaps is one which tells of the advice which he gave to a railway con tutor soon after the war The track was in a wretched condition land the trains consequently were run at a phenomenally low tale of speed When the conductor was ifuiiclilng his ticket Artemus marked aIIlowthey do so in a respectful manner The conductor replied in gruff tones that he supposed so Well Artemus went on it curred to me that it woula be well to detach to cowcatcher from the front of the engine and hitch itto the rear of the train you see we are not liable to overtake a coo but whats to prevent a cow stroll ing into this car and biting a pas senger Ayers You can hardly find a home 3 without its Ayers Cherry I Pectoral Parents know what a it does for children breaks 1 Cherry i Pectoral j up a cold in a single night wards pneumonia off bronchitispreventsi jThehAyer Chtrr Iertnral Purthnrortaof cIilirrunothiutnoontn yl better 11 SnettSrttogatnL a WI lIOOJ Alerto- tlruI IJhrot9 Lungs jAyers Pills aid the Cherry Pectoral In breaking up a cold DAILY TOURIST SLEEPERS TO CALIFORNIA Iron Mountain Route operates Pullman Tourist Sleepers St Lcuis to California leaving 8oa m daily via Little Rock Tex arkana Dallas Fort Worth and Kl Paso The Ideal Route to Califor nia Fast Schedule cheap Colo nist rates in effect daily during months of March and April 1901 to California and the Northwest Pullman tourist sleepers via Mis souri Pacific Railway leave Si Louis every Thursday 9 a m from Kansas City Wednesdays Thursdays and Fridays 630 p m srstSpringsle etcatotdthe West and Southwest overy first and third mapfolders AgentkR TV G MATTHEWS TPA Room 301 Norton Bldg mar i8tf Louisville Ky Go To i Chas C F- ORCnt isrDrugstore I Drugs Oils I ALS oQft Complete Line DP PlionnacEDicals i AXDIToilet Articles Gallore 3 I PHONE 64uDay or Night I CHAS C DAVIS Pharmacist I MT VERNOX 1 WILLIS i5B YFt Practical Undertkerand FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Ky JlJUi FINE HEAKSE Altnclicd Can LUmpitlC firnish ietalic Caskets lad have Embalming done on short notice Come aud see me anything I have not got can get for you on firs train thatleave the city OR UE HShywire Promptly Filled Phone No 63 L4 news3eThe Louisville Henderson and St Louis Railway the always popular Henderson Route is the Worlds Fair LineI- fyou have a trip in vitw to Evansville St Louis or to any point in the West or Southwest ASK US FOR RATES Us First If tHere are reduced rates in eftoct on account of special occasions Home Seekers or Colonists Ex cursions we Muse them- E M vOMACK G L GARRETT city Passenger Ageiit Traveling Passgr Agt L J IRWIN General Passenger Agent Louisvil Kontncky unn WORMS WHITES CREAM FEastiaQaia r Br t H For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies And Ask E sANTIvvAU isx L Z3XCTTOOZSCPS 6ed brJAMES FD BALLARD St Louisa Sold by CHAS Q DAVIS Mt Vernon Ky 500 OoOfg OoCash GiW i1i AWfJ t UffS f LION COtr r EE have theLionHeadsalways given our customers but I willmake In Addition to th Regt l u f e Premiums I man 3lS TWO GREAT COiThe first contest will be on the July 4h attendance nt the St Tennis TEarSII Vote for President to be cast Nov 8 1901 2000000 will bo 4000000 on the two and to make it still more interesting Iand First Prize o f Five LionMeads I cut from Lion Coffee Packages and a 2 cent stamp entitle you I I in addition to the reg ular free premiums one vote in I Ito th contest FAIF CONTEST July 4th attendance at the St Louts 41 IlM utteLjan was J7loreceived Vooon Spie Coat IWORlDS oa or before June 3Jti 14 tTt follows correct estimate second S2SOOOO prize 100000 to each 100000 I 3SOlOOOOO6OlOOOOO1OPrizes 1000 USOOOO18OO Prizes GOO OOOOOO 2139 PRIZES VOTA1 S2OOOOOO r n A FOR OF Hon D of one of the best law yers In tho has ns a for in this to the of the in th for a to see him on the of the in the He has held of trust and anl in all of n man he two in the was a of the and one tf the by the to the laws of the to to the by the and was for of the St ate He is the of of and law that are in use and that may be in the of in the A man of in an ex and of the law and in the of life his of he a A To save a life Dr T G of No a test in a ful cure He a way by of the I had tric for ach and sn I the first and has not had an in 14 are for and 5oc at all His a fine lot of you said do you corn of the who had the In the ear the o f No the aaI in the to one who is on and thus your have two of cash prize i What will be te total Vote cart for votes rest lu Cos office Toledo 0 Prlro 1 Second 2 Prlsea 5 Prizes SO Prizes 2000 25OOOO180O2139 e PRZE4279 5000faPAR 9 UJ EVERY OF oLIOIl COFFEEWOOLSON SPICE co COfrreST OEPL TOLEDO OHIO u J = JOJIX CAIMtOLL CANDIDATE APPEIiATE JUDGE Tills DISTRICT John Carroll New Castle known State announced candidate Appellate Judge District subject Democratic party actionI rolls friends especially profession hare long time desired bench highest court State severaloffices honor them acquitted himselfwith credit When quite young served terms Legislature member Cunstitutional Convention throe commissioners appointed Governor revise statute State conform changes made constitution three years chairman Democratic Central Committee editor Carrolls Kentucky Codes Practice Carrolls Kentucky Statutes books general found office every lawyer State high tegrity great industry with tensive accurate knowledge prime large circle friends believe would make splendid judge Trimble Democrat STARTLING TEST Merritt Mehoopany Yamade startling resulting wonder writes patient attacked with violent bemor rluges caused ulceration stomach often found Elec Bitters excellent acute stom liver troubles prescribed them The patient gained from attack months Electric Bitters positiely guaranteed Dys pepsia Indigestion Kidney troubles Try them Only druggists Knew Business Thats pigs have there tlieoldfarmer What feem em- Why course replied irnateur agriculturist recently moved from city queried answered mouth the nearest correct bthcontests estimates opportunities winnimrabitr Pack PRESIDENTIAL VOTE CONTEST Popular President estimates received Vooisoii S25OOOO 1000003COOCO ea10000020000 100000 100000 PRIZES TOTAL 2OOOOOO COMPLETE rJETJUL JOULAoS PACKAGE Constipation 75000In Cash Prizes will bs away to per sons guessing nearest the total aggregate paid attendance at the Worlds Fair St Louis Mo DO can ONE GUESS and THE WEEKLY LOUISVILLE HERALD 52 times a year for 50 cents Send cents to this Paper DO IT NOW QUICK ARREST J A Gnlledge oPVerbena Ala was twice in the hospital from a severe case of plies causing 24 tum orsAfter doctors and all reme dies failed Bucklens Arnica Salve quickly arrested further inflama Lion and cured him It conquers aches and kills parfi Only 25c at all druggists Many convicts write poetry Of course you cant cure a poet by locking him WEAKNESS StPOSTLAND Oct 171902I superiortoand I kuow whereof speak I suf suppressedtnenstruatlon j n hcadachas limbs swell up and I feel so weak I feltdtscouragei otCarduifelt a change for the better within a treatmentIagonies I usually did and soon became ofCardulthat all suffering women know of its good qualities h l4Treasurer Portland Economic League Periodical headaches tell of female weakness Wine of Cardui cures permanently nineteen out of every twenty cases of irregular menses bearing down pains or any female weakness If you are discouragedand doctors have that is the best reason in the world you should try Wine of Cardui now Remember that headaches mean female weakness Secure a 100 bottle of Wine of Cardui t- odaytiior caIlOUI Ii EPrintedvote on found in every Lion Coffee i IIour acknowledgment to t you that your esItimate is IceISpies correctFirst Prize lOOOOO2O given YOU KNOWY- ou secure 50 u- pFE1ALE roughmywould MANAGER WANTED Trustworthy lady or gentlenl to manage business in this county and adjoining torritory for and ell favorably known house of solid financial standing 2000 straight cash salary ani expenses paid each Monday by check direct from headquarters Ex pen money advanced Position pt mauent Address Manager S rIComo Block Chicago 1rHeadache Can be Cured with Dr Miles Antic Pain Pills It your nerves are subject to disturb ance such as Headaches Neuralgia Backache Rheumatism Menstrual Pains Sleeplessness etc their jarring and jangling can be Quickly ended with a Dr Miles AntiPain Pill Dr Miles AntiPain PHls are pleas ant little pink tablets which do not act- on the bowels nor do they have any disagreeable weaUenins or habitforra log effect on the system They arc the result of the latest sole tific knowledge on the subject of Pal and bring relief safely and quickly to the greatest sufferer You should always keep a box of Mlles AntiPain Pills in the house since you never know when pain may attack you nnd it is wrong to suffer when your suffering can be so quickly relieved Dr Miles AntiPain Tills contain no opium chloral cocaine morphine or similar drugs and are sold by druggists under a guarantee to relieve you pay your money back By relieving Pain Dr Miles An lengtenr PUbl1fnInverya Jsene and Liver Pills when necessary neuralgia thIsGATE Oakland St San Antonio fez DTIG Write to us for Free Trial AnPain t OurSpeclalftcghtLJJORATOIUES 0 it WILLIAMS BUmU McKenzie Todd of Frakfortj is here on business Circuit Court closed liei last week with but few cases d sed of which would be of interest the IpublicJ N ShaJpleft for California on legal busines C W Lester will fill his pla a Cnmmnnweiltlis Attorney ping his absence I Miss Edith Rebelof Lebon Ky will give a violin recit her e hex Saturday evening th 3t She will be assistel bv Misljllie JonesReaderMrs Stout widowlthe 0 late Judge Sim Stout died nher sisters home in Tulaski laffmn day The body was brongl for interment yesterday The WIlliamsburg Institut se last week with four gra tes Miss Pearl Gathff Messy Denham T M Jones and Ilard Meadors The WilliamsburVca demy will close next wee vit four graduates Misses Ethjen ham Hattie Stinson Hall tSn livan and Mr Robert Ivan Willis The graduating exercises JwiHake place Wednesday eveninge i Winksl hid a hear lik jour once but when I realized iw made me look I had it cut of Uinks And I had a fa li yours once and when I relied that I couldnt have it cutpff raised the heard I A SURE THING I It is said that nothing isjsuie except death and taxes but ttat is not altogether trite Dr InNew Discov cry for Consnuipt is a sure cure for all lung and throat troubles Thousands can testify Mrs C B Van Meter of Shephe rd town W Vasays hI had a sev case of Bronchitis and for a y tried every thing I heard of but got no relief One bottle of Dr Kiss New Discovery then cured me ab solutely Its infallible for Cr Whooping Cough Grip Pneu nia and Consumption Tiy it guaranteed by all druggists Trial bottles free Reg sizes soc 100 INC B-To The WORLDS FAIR AT ST LOUIS USE TilE HENDERSON ItOUTE f The LOne That Is Co nfortable r t Beyond a Doubt FREERECLINING OHAIR CARS e OFFIcIAL FOUTE FOR KitNTifcKiANS NU1SaanASK for Ou Pates Geo L Garrett Tae Pass rAg t L J Irwin General Passr Agt Louisviuj Ky f THISIS A YearrAND YOF MUST KEEP JpSTEDTI- IK WAY TO DO TI HIS IS TO READ 1 Wly CowlJournal i Henry Watte EditoriTWELVE PAS ISSUED EVERY WEJ ESDAY 10VARREVENUE FORM lMORA Issuesnthe best ALatArc published DrSend 35 cent or a copy COURIER JOLJNAIv CO LOUISvtLI By a Special Arran ment you cars rgett nah S AND 1 EtiWEEKLY Douri rjQiirnal 150FORSUIISCRIIi criptionsI 1r iwwp SSSSSSSCWWIA i Tile Tund You Have Always in use for beenover 30 3 e31S hasslTs and lias been innilennifer his per or vU fount stijieiviion sinoo its infancy AU Allow no one to deceive you in this Eepcrirrren butt5of7nfttutsExperiment ACastoriaPareBoricItContains1Tarcatieand allays Peverishness NormsItIt dand Flatltlt ConstipationncyStomach oatn sleep Fdel d ALWAYSlrBears the Signature of BoughtitYearsTK emkeFRENCH It K an d a Louisvilleion 5InI A recent visitor from Philai Europe InCarlsbad every year said formerly went to Europe for medicinal waters Tiot see why anyone goes to andereopixlrearand this gentleman is a native of Swiut Baden Springs ldshighlandswhere one can enjoy rambles0rating air of these oupways or forestaffordcasinos i9theenterta1nIts ERJFor booklets telling all about the woters urittE Crlparwh4jRELIEVES E PoresStopsDraws out a affected pa withO Drying or Scabbing t Jhsc vDRUGQISTS The daema had that I could scarcely sleep I I was MUrelyDRUG CO NONFor LOADEDFA0T0 SHOTGU N SHELLS successful shots shootmostthat ma tht Itsnot tment Loaded Shells Its the re Vt1i ecr Factoy evenreliabilityentireIts their suits they give and unlforTn Shooting Winchester ne ot loaded with smokeless powder sad er shells market Winchester powdertrice but notinare cheap P are the favorite ofkTry either azdYrelothe wellpleaseei Theyare SHOOTELTHE SI TllEiUT1iON I OPENED 1900 T 1S00 CA TTOCK T ADAMS VICKPRKS C C lylaLIAIB FURNISH AssT CASH A T Fitw LivesayGeoWilliams Dl iCTORSc C H atrtee We solicit accounts towneonOnr Phone No 55 =patheticIafost isnt it That s what he calls it replied the critic out the editors say its pitiful Why dont you present arms to superior officer didIfor a old fspo y u rethisgun like 4 MADE YOUNG AGAIN One of Dr Kings Ntw Life Pills each night for two u tek bs put me in my teens aean wfitcs D H Turner of Dempseytvn Pa Theyre the best in the w ia EowrlsPurelyOnly 25c at all druggists Call at Signal Office and get a norm and tornado insurance policy CC Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY ofThegiventoPhone No So M L MYERSDentist Mr VERNONKY FIRSTCLASS WORIr OldMainthe C C Williams residence PHONE No 77 BRODHEADevery uoon J J C McCLARY Undertaker Embalmer Comlete Orders by Telephone attend promptlyStanford HOTELJOSEPH KySpecially traveling- men Sample room on first floor Bath rooms free to guests 200 erday- MONUt1ENTAL WORKS Brodhead Ky Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones ALL YORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVEN Frith HofeF BRODHEAD KY GEORGE JETER PROP Headquarters for Traveling Men Good Sam t 7 =Livery Attached iV patronage of Rockcastle citizens specially desired V iller House HUGH MILLER PROPRIETOR vd Headquarters for vv Commercial Men IirPorter at all trainsr MT VERNON DIRECTORY COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURTFourth Mon day in each month QUARTERLY COURT Fiist Monday in each CIRCUIT COURT Second Mon day in February Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in Sep VERNON POLICE COURT Thud Monday in each month CHURCHES Service tt the Christian hurchPreach ing lit 43cl SundaS at tutu andat 730 p ehool930 am every Sunday Prayer MeetingEvery 1 bured sy 730 pm The public are cordially invited to attend all servIces Pretbyterian Holds lervirei ou the 4th sunday and evening ThalhSchool at 9am even Sunday Prayer lIleetinr on Tuesday ui2Uta MASONIC Ashland Lodge No 640 meets tad Mon day 9L m MT VERNON R CHAFfER 140MEETS MONDAYevery SECOND et pm MACCABEES otE O TM TENT Nol meets ever U And rd Monday at 730 p m JAS EBOUECoa CSAb C DAVIS E 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