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Established 1887 rY U Ll li XVII MT KY JUNE 17 1904 is LEVEL GREEN Through tht mercies ofa kind nit an indulgent Creator I Mn spending these pleasant days and nights with frieuds in Kockcastles c peal This is my first visit fur seven llll weary mouths The old tot n looks very natural but Jew small change notable and no large ones upon the whole the old town holds to her ancient and cus toms Yes O yes many new politicians have lately developed and come very to the front in the last thtte months bu we are glad to note that the Con gressional muddle as to Rockcast e has been amicably settled tho Gilbert deserved and in a coniet would have received first instructions but we are of opinion that hell receive the nomination at the convention in the face of all oppo sitionSo mote it be Our farmers are the busiest set- on earth just now plowing corn killing weeds and hoeing tateis and gaden truck generally Thi smallwheat crop in the Holler promises a good yield Farmers should sow more wheat and laise bread at home too much bread and meat shipped in bought abroad for prosperous grangers such will nlwavs operate to the detriment of the fanning class yes well learn by and by A C Sowder wife and daughter May will go West in a few days visiting friends in Indian Territory Kansas and returning by way of St Louis to see the big show Editor Albright has also gone to the fair this week and the devil Will Davis and I with other help will run the SIGNAL rio Ill ask my young friend Toe Matt Craig to tell us the cane ol the war now going on between Russia and Japan how far the cr powers are apart their relative where is Port Arthur Manchuria and Corea bow tier doesRusia have to transport her troops and what is her means of what kinds of gov ernments are those Now sir when you answer these well propound morefor it is much easier to ask than to answer questions We think that none but practical questions should be asked catches always avoided as they serve more to confuse than instruct Mt Vernon is in good health S C Davis M D sells lots of drugs and is making oodlens of money Be still holds his posituit and ranki as the best iti e town The lawyers and drs seem to be taking a rest while all others are very busily engaged The L N trains both freight and pa ige go through the old town regularly as in days of yore the big Spout spring still gushes fort from the old hilt where it has per formed this duty to man beast bird and reptile for the test million or more of years and will no doubt continue to do until this planet freezes up burns up or is blown out That harness Sam Davis has added try to his I1iuuu1 c itU4U li911 1 II VERNON KOCKCASTLE COUNTY FRIDAY NUMBER III appearance prominently population transportation conversationalist enterprising workspartly makerII inventionby which he is now en ahled to furnish harness bridles saddles etc t the Russian army lyo preaching here last Lords day This reminds me of home We certainly do need a lot olgood preachers either homemade or imported for service in Rockuastle youngIfound in the Theological Why is this when itis the most hon orable profession on earth Now if sufficient inducements were held forth to the young men of Ken tucky wed soon see onr pulpits filled with workmen worthy the name but until congregations or churches quit starving their pas cars the ministry will hold but a secondary place among the pro lesions All others are better paid tnan our religious teachers yet no others deserve so much as they do The preacher scommon or public schoolteacher are today the two greatest moral factors on earthand they walk hand in hand for morality law order and Christianity joking for the larger part of their wages after a long credit Come let us work for a change Very truly BUCK VARNON A STRONG HEART is assured by perfect digestion In digestion swells the stomach and puffs it up against the heart This causes shortness of breath palpita tion of the heart and general weak ness Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures indigestion relieves the stomach tal s the strain off the heart and- re terrs it to a full performance o Its function naturally Kodol CH aes the strength by enabling the stomach and digestive organs io digest assimilate and appropriate to the blood and tissues all of th toed nutriment Tones the stom ach and digestive organs Sold by Chas C Davis the druggist Great excitement was caused in Hickman by a crovdofrfive Iiun dred citizens visiting iJje different places where intoxicants were told in violation of the local option Jaw and giving the proprietors a few hours to leave town Two car loads of beer was confiscated at one place and shipped back to Evansville Indiana It was with difficulty that the crowd was strained from doing violence to several jnsolerft violators WORST OF ALL EXPERIENCE Can anything be worse then fp feel that every minute will be you orlMrsFor three years site KTftes PJ endured insufferable pain from in digestion stomach and bowel trou whohn doctors and all remedies failed A length I was induced to try wasmiracuIlous FOrjhrrtroubles Eigciriii Refers is the only medicine Only Jtjs nafI anteed by all dru gleU Hats and Hats Y CRAB ORCHARD Miss Jea11uchman visited Miss Essie Burch last week Miss Jean Dick has rrthnied from a visit to Mrs W H Purr of Flat Woods spent a night With Mrs Patten dur given of the Baptist church was quite a success Mrs John Macarley of Rowland with her d ignler Beulah and bright little hake Arthusa visited Mr and Mrs Paten last week Miss Ila Holdam who has had a long sick spell we are glad to say is convalescent She and Miss Catherine Bronaugh ate spending a few days at W T Holdall1si George Thompson of Pleasant Hill Mo who went home on the 22nd of May on account of his daughters sickness has returned to Crab Orchard His daughter died in New Mexico on the 5th Inst and was brought back to b old home iii Missouri to be buried rI Sanctified meeting is in full bl st1 hope much goodwill result have not attended often as onr straw berry crop is on hand and we poor imperfect mortals are so full of the dd Adam that we cant live onl pir5lual food alone so have to prepare something for the physical odsyiBuck Varnon asks if I did not state the arithmetical question wrong that I asked a few weeks since I dont remember how I stated it I took it from an Q1dnewsI pal er have lost the paper ask another Which is willftabcdy weigh the same In water that it will on land Elias Baker of Gum Sulphur took in the Campmeeeting Sun MrsePatten Mr Baker is baing a hard time with some of the lowljved mare oy p er an abused her in other ways tfirg v eggs on him as hp came out the church door all because be is good citizen and stands up for law and order Sorry to say our Sunday school- seem to be on the decline Do any teachers meet with my experience Have your class come in Sunday morning and begin to make ex cuses ior not knowing their les sons One says he forgot his book another couldnt find his another hadnt time to earn his lesson and thre mother or sppig ope who has jphargeqf the cljijcj Jf parent g would tajce mpre iutgrgst in hejp ing til children prepare thejr leg sons than they do in dossing hem up to go out how much more siai teacherst acccomplished Clem Hatton a young Bath cons i ty farmer became insane over the Mormon religion and almost drown ed his vife claiming he was bap lining her in that faith IHe Coed Old Summer Time lsHere I AND YOU MUST Iik- VEummeir S Clothi n g Lf OUR huyecanythingShirts Collars Cuffs Neckties Ready Made Suits for Men Youths and oys IIStraw Fur Lancaster elollI eighbOrhoodlfliey of all kinds Overalls Gloves and any old thing yo want to wear WE also have the greatest line of Tailoring in the United States with pricps tfjaf will sur prise you Ladies Skirts Waists and Slippers all nice firstclass and cheap t A Complete Line of DRY GOODS and NOTIONS We want your trade Come and see us 1 The leaders in their line vJ iJs C MOCKER toI LIVINGSTON K Ell 01 II EA U Miss Helen Thurmond has re turned to Lancaster Holerr Wilmot is in Knoxville this week on hnies Miss Hllen Bnfner s the gnes of her cousin 11rsJR1a s IA protracted meeting is now in progress at the MethodiM cliuuh Mr and Mrs Craner and dantih tesc are again atihe Alhiight Ito tel Livfingstmtweek Mrs Maggie Shelton of Danville is the guest of Miss Ella Dunn Mr and Mrs J H Hilton and little daughter Ruby are visiting friends at Stanford Mrs J W Tale left Wednesda- yI a several days visit to fiienils vat Richmond Miss Grace Roberts is visiting her jiiter Mrs Charlie Holm at Crab Orchard Charley Pike of Louisville was AIJatItendedOrchard Sunday night Mr Joseph Dickerson and wife of Glasgow Ky are visiting their brother t12 Dickerson Albert Albright came up from Leoannn Junction list week to meet his sister Mr Owen Jurrett Mr and Mrs Will Watson of Garrard were in town last week the guest of his brother J F Vat sole Miss Jewel Francisco of Living ston was visiting her brothers Will and Tom Francisco the first of the week Miss Alma Clark has returned to her home at Ashville N C after a months visit to her uncle Dr J M Clark v Will Krueger of Mt Vernon altp lyeredour pretty girl daughteraMay spent Sunday with relatives at Crab Orchard and took in meetingsLester Hilton is holding down the wires at Crab Orchard this weekand Charley Hurt has accepted the agencyat Lilly The recent wet weather has thrown the fanners considerably behind with their werk Good farm hands are getting 75 cts per day and still there is room for snore Miss Ethel Parker of yirg nia is again with her sjster flee Dr Gravely Miss Ethel has a lost of fri pds here who gtedly wgfcome her return tits J E Wallin and children of LaFollette Tenn are here with friends and relatives for a short time Mr Jim Crank of Hodge Ky was with friends and relatives at this place last week The timber ir about all gone and the people will be compelled to turn their attention to farming and if this will be doq with good judgment and a little energy our county will soon come totho front STARTLING EVEDENCE Fresh testimony in great quanti ty is constantly coming in declar ing Dr Kings New Discovery for consumption coughs and colds to be unequaled A recent expras sjon from T1 McFarland Bentof Yijlptva serves as example He threye years without being benefitted Then I began taking Dr Kings New Dis covery and a few bottles wholly iucuring all lung and throat troubles consumption Pneumonia and grip Gujranteed by drnJl Its Trial bottles free regular sizes 5oc and 100Frank Mills Andrews of Dayton 0 was selected as architect of the new Capitol building by the State plansofin the hands of bidding contractors by September 20 and the first ex cavating will begin about Dec ember I NEW a Iarr ing VerTYu IIhAIl wiiLOWPRICES I 20 percent1 20 per cent at per 75 oinge ohere Yours For bargains j Mr J N Sharp has returned from a business trip to California Mrs J L Whitehead mother Mrs Green Clay SmithI went to Somerset Tuesday on business Mrs J D Adkins is visiting her old home at Campbellsville Ky Miss Rossie Stout the adopted daughter nftl1c1ate Judge Stout of this place died at her aunts home at Burnside Inst week This completes the taking off of the whole family since February v Mr Frank Perkins our jailer fell last night and received severe consisting of Drs W H Parker Wiley L Jones Capt J K Watkins David Kinner Nick Daniel A J Sullivan and John LovjU with wagons loadedwith beds clothing stoves meal flour bacon molases coffee and perhaps some other eatables and drinkables all left here Monday for Devils creek ostensibly to spend the week in fishing We look for Vort Ar tl lrlOto fell before they return Chas C Dwis our popular druggist asks the readers ot this paper to test the value of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Those persons who have used it and who have been cured by it do not hesitate to recommend it to their friends Ko dol digests what you tnt cures in digestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles Increases strength hy enabling the stomacb and digestive organs tq contribute to the blood all of the nutriment contained in the food Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is pleasant andpalatable In order to conform to the new Kentucky law prohibiting the co education of whites and blacks the trustees of Berea College are ar ranging for the transfer of their colored students to other jnstitn tins The younger pupils will be sent to the colored public schools and those of higher grades to Fisk University Nashville or some sim ilar institution MANAGER WANTED Trustworthy lady or gentleman cggtlnlr and adjoining torritpy fur wet and favqrahly known house of olid financial standing 2000 straight cash salary and expenses paideach Monday by check direct from headquarters Expense money advanced fftsUisn per nanftut Address i Manager 8roIComo Block Chicago The paid attendance at the wass 542028 and the admissions by pass aggregated459663tniaking the total a teudagce 1001391 0 Published Every Friday 2j Cut on all Shoes ICut on all Hats ALL CLOTHING Manufacturers Cost Best Flour Sack cents IAl 1onmuLH DAVIS Livingston Ky W1KL1AXS1SURU injuriesA 1lIIIHelm seems to be in the lead in of the woods Mrs J J Wood is visiting rela lives in Barbourville this week A few from here took in the FridayI perfr Harvey Sigman and J J WoodI 1ost twohogs by colliding train here this week jThe Sundayschool meets here at to oclock a m instead of- 3 oclock p m as it has in the past Cincinidifference how bad we want to go they wont stop for us Mrs D C Puffins sold an old time pitcher and some old brass candlesticks to a traveling man for a good price She also has in her possession a bottle of whisky 26 veats old and a jar of honey 13 years old Wouldnt it be good DaeIThere is some talk of building a house for religious worship here this summer ifa sufficient amount notIIt is very much out of repair anda small outlay of money would fix it up iu good shape and iwonld answer the purpose of church and schoolhouse for thepresent time IWhen To AcceptDiscussing- the allimportant subject of propos als the author of How to Choose firstIIoJ 9 f Ito realize what sort of man you toIfdanee because there is a glamor oftenloay and opening bot ties girls cannot only judge mans character but ft will be quiteJ atIDRIVEN TO DESPERATION Living at an out of the way place remot from civilisation a family inlt a supply of Bucklens Arnica Salve Its the best on earth25C at all druggists IMary had a little lamb badI t LAND SIOCIi AND CHOP FOR SuEA good mare mule 16 hands high 7 years old and in very good condition Also a mare at abargin HOUK ADAMSlMt Vernon Ky STRAYHDA white boar hog weight about 75 pounds has been at my house since February est Owner can have same by paying al damages surd cost of publishing this article may 2731 W A COFFIsVt FORA HUNDRED YERS For a hundred years or more Witch Hazel has been recognized as a superior remedy but it re mained forE C DeWitt Co of Chicago to discover how to com bine the virtues of Witch Hazel with other antiseptics in the form of a salve DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve is the hest salve in the world for sores cuts burns bruises and piles The High standing of this salve has given rise to counterfeits and the public is advised to look for the name DeWitt on the package and accept no other Sold by Chas C Davis the druggist The CrossLegged Man We abide the platform crater and the foul expectorator And the old maid friends that kiss But onr wrath is past exceeding Toward the fellow sitting reading With his Il oerht h i s We can stand tor gruff conductor W can barwith truck obstructors And the car drunk t well dismiss If the company Will eject the lellovvrendmtp3 With his jik e oer fth v i C A pretentious person recently said to Col Green of Woodbury N J How would a lecture by thetVerytvery very indeed answered the Cotloa lec ture by yon on Mount Vesuvius would suit them a great deal better thistonnn CASTORIAFor Infants and Children Ids KInd You Have Always Baifif Bears the Signature of 7 1P7 i 1Tf MT VERNON SIGNAL FUIUAY JUKI 17 1901 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALURlGir SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Adzlrrli i2R tales made known on application II m n L 3IOOHE- Mor er ionulyirtciiiiliilat fur Con y it the Iisljt district to succeed lion GiiIcl t subject to the action the nen raticiirty Your lIppnrtis earnestly s tiieited IIOX HAttVEY HELM or Sttiiifoul is a e iiiliilatc fr Congress in tltk the Eighth distriui hitlijevt to the tutu of the Democratic party 1IWX It L 11L1JKKT rI ieattrliI ie for Congres ii IIII o 4Pei bit 1JjIto altll reflhr fiyltN rtltl l1It IAIIEH W arc authorized to announce llll JOHNSON a ili liJft fr Jailer of foe Conn If ttollifaVliim of tits Iepu6liln ptriy Tuft bet of reports come ill cerniiij Hon Harvey Helms ran for CoKsjrtss fIn fact matters hat e sutned such a splendid shape thaI it looks lie acertainty that he wil be nominated on the first ballot ni Shelbyvile on the aStli The democracy of this district could certain not place the honor whet e it more properly belongs than to jioinina e Lincolns splendid ounp democr Make Mr Heln tin standard bearer and all will be wel Interior Jnnrl CONGRESSMAN FJrZI AID oi New VOTK thiuls the Democrat ought to promise the Filipinos im mediate independence instead oi the ultimate independence con templated by some Gen Miles says that au independent Filipino republic under our protectorate could be established in two hun dred days Isnt this ultimate enough Is the Merchant Marine Con mission is frank and honest it wil report to Congress that a ship nub sidy is an expensive luxury jarne j Hill testifies that the two mer chant ships which he built as an experiment the largest in tin world cost him onethird mon than they would hate cost in En t hind ve had he ex C1a111ISITUB largest summer school in the world will open at Knoxville Tenn on June 29 forthree months It will consist principally of teachers from twentyfour States lecturers d there vlii be 100 skilled on the v rious phases of education al work The attendance last yea r was more than two thousand IF winding up a column editorial on the ngressional race the Rich mond Krister says There should be no difficulty in a choir between the two Helm is the titan and we are certain the Dcm rat of Madison will say so at their pre cinct conventions June 25 Thin national treasury seems to have slumped Instead ofa stir pias of 514000000 as Secr lan Straw promised there will be a de licit of about three limes thatI amount For a season of unex ampled prop rity this is so de pressing TiinRE are abundant indications that the people of the United States have come to the conlusion that party that has had absolute control for eight years is sure to bs corrupt and ought to he superseded JOSEPH W FOLK of Missouri refuses to preside at the St Louf convention He knows full tint in Unit conspicuous seat the presidential lightning would have a good chance at him ONE day last week five ofI ficials in as mmy States abscondedIwith large sums generally announced that unbalanced merely because their boots were TILE declarationsof Messrs Bry t an and Hearst that they hoth cheer fully expect to support the candi date who may be Louis defines their status creditablll and agreeably WHATS the matter wiii Justice Ha nun foc President He iiisisisj that Coii cress the oustitu tioiiantrthat to deny the 4ght ofj trial by jury to a Ehplpo1S a vto latiotftif all right s TJJE war iu the Far East 7 progress ng slowly II seems tout the Japs have lasted the Russians oi all points Port Arthur will fail into Japaneese hands within next thirty or sixty days then the powers will step iiiand Slop the wai The basis of settlement follows This is the opinion of the writer who is assisting in getting out this issue of SINAI while the editor is away ou a Worlds Fair jinni SCUAIS 0 JET Some mbu are never homesick except when they are at home The man whe gets but frugal fare At home the while year long Growls loudest fu the lunch cafe When anything goes wrong Dont kill tne wrcis even tits rows should be allowed to IiVtnl oil the disappointed candidates art ready for them in Novimber In liannpolis Ni ws The Oi Consiueration it may not he the richest gift That comes with greatest love Hut still it is the pricemark that The world keeps thinking of got ontsiUe or tttxmt tics pints of foyearoldrye ou Satin lay night1 said Felix Fehane vhen I woke up Sunday morning it was Tuesday afternoon A h ancingA little Alabamr darkey put a playmate in a sack ind sold him for forty cents A till the Alabama papers 5cliev chat the negro cannot be civilized Congenial Employment Em ployment lengthens life and con genial emaloyment makes it hap ier To be busily happy in making the utmost of on capabilities is fullness of living Takes It All With Him = Well you cant deny that Mr Rockefel sr is a philosopher anyway Why so Hes taking the world as h finds Ink and Powder Archibald Well the pen is mightier than tin sword Andrew Maybe it is Say I wrote a letter once that made nan chase me all over town with tunA Proper SuppositionWhl1w- aS that animal that was half bars ind half man The Centaur Oh yes I suppose if he ha been half donkey and half man he d been a regular five cent dude Dyoll And so you dont belief our father thinks Im such a bad ort of a cha- pEinnanOh no Im sure ht thinks favorably as I do of your Attentions with the single eye oi best for his girl Notiiing is really free in thi world Everything has its value tad you have to pay for it Don deceive yourself about even such a thing as happiness l obtain tru P happiness you have to pay kind ness cheerfulness and goodwill to berg Makes me fighting mad to see Men as blest as they can be Go agrowlin round as though Life is all a cloud of woe Lookin sulky all the while When there ort to he a smile Come lets try to figger out What youve got to kick about Many a young girl makes the mistake of thinking that because she would die for a man site trnjy loves him In this restless throbbing age it is necessary for her to seriousneslr Of coarse said the husband who made a specialty of manufac turing excuses the truth is bound 1to leak out some time Yes rejoined the other half of the matrimonial combine and I am inclined to believe that itlll leaked out of you long agoET- he x Early Bird The early bird tifssaid will surely catch The lucious morsel that too earl squirms I choose a loafa chile myself an eat Canary seed I never liked the worms To bed and rise at a becoming hour Gives wisdomHealth and wealth in books xve find Z To stay up late and sleep till nine day time Gives something quleas good thats peace ofufiud l r f Ma4tS- a r ThirtYlourtsiudce house of the New York Zoo Tha keeper who reported this is known to be a teetotaler so that the rest of the New Yorkers art naiIhad a cow once that swallcw jed our alarm cluckshe ttnmediatc Ily struck and lefiteed to glee at y milksaidold farmer Corntossel Shah said Simon Cucumber we had a cow ourselves once who wallovedan almanac and hate creamed dates Kennebec Me Jo boat Thought They Weie Tapers A servant girl was once given soTt nine trout by her mistress to prep or tle table Noticing the girl urprise the lady asked iJuint you cook macaronia yo r last place Cook it Vc used Item thin n light hr gm with Ho It Happciifd Fortune you know knocks at every mats I or once That explains it Explains whv1 How ve came to miss hei Ahy in thunder doesnt she rim the hell We never pay any ate tion to knocks iron high lOt a lly stand isked the observing gent gazit ntently at a number of the sum nerpcts as they moved nimbly oer the table And then he staggered the other nenihers of the party who essayed a guess by answering his oft leery thusly Over six fret Twenty minutes for refreshments bawled the conductor a le passed down the platform The title girl with the blackhtr ry preserves on her chin hailed him You neednt stop the train on mr account Were going to eat mr n the car thats what mamma says Material Faithl always knew you did Jane an injustice said Mrs B Some of the folks that was to town said he toldem he vas on the water wagon now Thats good news Of course it is Pie hauls water or the saloonists to water the r irinks besides its a half victor or the dry people Ihe Unlucky Apple Twas the apple that in Eden tlCaused our Fathers primal fat And the Trojanlnr inner her Twasan apple caused it all So for weeks lye hesitatedt You can guess the reason why For I want to tell my Nannie Shes the apple ofmy eye L M D I Oh My An Improvement The owner of the new apartment house was ex libiting it to his brotheriulaw who was an architect I had it built according to my wn he said and its built f0 keeps An earthquake risotto have any effect on it Thats a pitty said the broth erinlaw An earthquake might improve it What HeHcardAn was called on to give evidence shooting affray Did you see the shot fired isk d the magistrate- No replied the witness but I heart Magistrate sharply That is not satisfactory Go down As the Irishman turned his bas iie commenced to laugh but wag rebuked by ills magistrate who added that it was contempt n courts PatDid you see me laugh MagistrateNo I heard you Pat Thats not satisfhtory Andthe court lat1 hedI POLITICS ANn POLITICIANS The reports from county couven iOns in Texas indicate that the Parker forces have captured alarg- majority of the delegates AI though many counties elected uninstructed delegates it is practically delegatiov LouisaJudge L E MaunofMorebead has withdrawn from the race for the Democratic nomination for Congress in the Ninth district State Democratic Conventions in Mississippiand Arkansas have structed their delegates to vote for Judge Parker for President i County Attorney Dennis Dun don of Bourbon county has sn iiouncedliiscahdidacyfor the office of CountJutlge- V THE SUNDAY SCHOOL 1 Lesson in the International Series foist June 19 IEisen Till TKXT Matt 2S11V GOLDEN TEXT Now is Christ risen from the dead1 Cor 1520 OUTLINK OF SCIMPTUKK SECTION J sus lu laMatt 27576 Jesus uurlal1arkJesus BurlalLukeracius ol ttarchtiatt 76161 Jesus Itesurrtltlonaa1 2SU1 Jtsus1 RlrurncUcnlark 1G115 iesus ResurrectionLuke2lalS-port of Waitfh Matt LS11U iXall in EmmausJRuk 1612 li to EmmwLuH 21151 ipliearanoe to Dt3eIpiEattarit 161 appearance to DtscplesLule24LI4S Fpearaiicc to EFrenbtatt2S16pp- eartnce lo ElivetIark7614itppearanct to EewenLUICe441aT- IIIESmtdav nornins April D PLACE private garden near Calvary NOTES AND COMMENTS Jesus died about the middle of the aft moon of Friday April 7 and two prom nant men Joseph of Arimathaea anti Jicodemus who had always esteemed esus highly but who had never roused cemselves to do for Him till it was toe ate saw to His burial that same after won in a new rockhewn sepulcher he resurrection occurred on the thin ay or after three days mus emember that our narrators were lews nd that the tens always counted each art of a day as a day The last part of riiiay afternoon was counted as f the three days the sabbath Satur FrldaJolIhtline on till Sunday morning whgn Jesus sose the third As it began to dawn toward the firs iay of the week Jesus had been past ily buried on Friday because it could greatlabblthegin Even those who loved Jesus mained away from the tomb during dawninflightWho owed Jesus a great debt of grati node The other Mary The moths f James the Less and loses Othet women also came with them or at leas- ii met at the same place on the samt rrand They brought spices for the anal embalming There was a great arthciuake etc The fact of the re surrection is one of the best attested acts of history the manner of it will always remain a mystery The watch ers The guard stationed at the font at the request of the chief priests to guard against imposture Matt 27t Fear not ye We have only t imagine ourselves in the places of thes women to realize that the reassuring words were necessary Come see the place At such a time as this if ever eyesTheHis disciples Marzaddsand Peter Kememlwr Peters desertion of the Mat ter his profane denial and also his bit ter sorrow What lie believed to be nn flying remorse had settled upon him This mes aee was to make a change ir his life He sooth before you into Galilee there shall ye see Him i ras in Galilee that Jesus had found Hip disriples4 Thinl of reunion there with the struggle past and the victory won Almntuned t 1heard and not knowing whether they were dreaming or awake but excited by news almostxtoo jrood to bo true T ll My brethren It was the risen Son of God who was speaking and the word He used to these ordinary weal Ten was brethren Jesus thought now is ever before was for others He know hat His friends were dumb with despair wee what seemed to bs the end both of their hope and their faith When the startling and wholly nn rxpccted news reacherl fhechpf priests i hurried meeting of the Sanhedrin was crlld If anyone had questioned whether the religious machine may not perhaps have been misguided but thre scene tles it They gave much money unto the soldiers What a spectacle Thes- pious men the defenders of what wa left of Israels religion bribing a guar of Roman soldiers to He about what had hapnened at the tpmb Stole Him away while we slept The report to be set farnt of the body lie is suicidal one half destroys the other Sleeping sentinels cdnld not know what had hap pettedBrace If this come to the governors ears we will persuade him The chief priests knew the power both of money and of political opposition A Fountain of Evil Never trifle with one sin It is like hasLmay a grasp The effect is in the blighting of your life You do not know the streams that isftain of evil Andrew A Bonar No cloud can overshadow a true Chris flan but his faithwill discern a rain bowlnitGeorge Horne BLASTS OF THE TAMS HORN Christ makes the Christian as sun hakes the summEr payIlisted in religion theeon If the pearls of the virtues became as common as pebbles they would not be less valuable The hungry one is apt to think he has onlyCaughtRams Horn The Court of Appeals overruled the pe ition for a rehearing in the case of Tames Howard charged with the killing of William Goebel and the case will now likely go to the United States Supreme Court HALLS u RELIGIOUS Prayer meeting at the Baptist c urcb this place each Thursday iiight All people are cordially in vited to attend The General Association of Ken tucky Baptists is in session a CampbellsvilleElder begau preaching a Christian church this place Thurj day night and will continue service nightly until Sunday night A religious training school fat women will be established in connection with the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary It will fi women for home and foreign mis sion workI iICafl4k of America oldIIThe greatest nation in the the greatest consumer of coffee Lion Coffee II is the standard beverage cf every state and territory of the Union Its purethats why tbalydtehteiied pctr ntluuring ql The case of the Commorwealth vs Jake Woods tried at Manchester charged with ratting J T Rawlings a traveling salesman for resultedtin an acquittal The case tookup most of last week aub was hard fought on both sides DAILY TOURIST SLEEPERS TO CALIFORNIA Iron Mountain Route operates Pullman Tourist Sleepers St S3oea m arkana Dallas Foit Worth and El Paso The Ideal Route to Califor nia Fast Schedule cheap Colonist rates in effect daily during months of March and April 1904 to California and the Northwest Pullman tourist sleepers via Mis souri Pacific Railway leave St Louis every Thursday ga9 ni Von Kansas City Wednesdays Thursdays and Fridays 630 p m going via Pueblo D R G sys em through Glenwood Springs Salt Lake City to Ogden etc Homeseeker and Colonist rates to carious points in the West and Southwest over first and third Tuesdays each month For map otters descriptive literature rates tc consult nearest Ticket Agent address R T G MATTHEWS TPA Room 301 Norton Bldg mar iStf Louisville Ky THIS IS A Presidential Year AND YOU MUST OTEDdTHE WAY TO DO THIS IS TO READ THE Weekly Courier Doha Henry Watterson Editor TWELVE PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY 1100vARIREVENUE REFORM tMORAl COURIER JOURNAL Issues the best ALMANAC published Send 35 cents for a copy COURIER JOURNAL CO LOUISVILLE KY Bv a Special AiTang meotot can theb p Vernon Signal AND THE- DUICiBrIllUrfla1WEEKL BOTH ONE YEAR d FOR ONLY M IOU- S This is for CASH SUBSCRIP TIONS only All subscriptions under this combinaion offer must be sent through the SIGNAL office VEGETABLE SICIL- IANHairRenewer Why not stqrjthis falling of your hair At this rate ypu will soon be without any hair Just remember that Halls Hair Renewer stops falling hair and makes hair grow urmt iSft riffirttu h GOOD NEiSlTo The Ladies A BANNER SKIRTS Come and See =ITi+ ci CIO HESE SKIRTS are of the best goods for the lowest ijricef 1111 ire mad bettor than any other skirt in the land for flit least mnnev U R ti500 skirts are something Outof havebfour colors to choose from AVe will make you one to measure for same money COME LOOK at our 4 50our 30our 200 our 0antiour 100 skirts before buying elsewhere because we can save you money OFIDress and Waist Goods COME xve will be glad to show you through our stock dehveryIF KRUEGER SONS KYi AYoM OFlASTB ap reciaJas a styiishccmbrtable and shoe hoe embraces these qualities Made me Shoe Lou is Foi no I ft r M aT and r v TJ A us a trial and if we yon others if not ns del elCd in any of town in house se i AND 1M JACI W A Garrett W c R s r i John D and the Oil interests are at work a vast combination of the valuable mines in States and the announcement of the ama is expectedat an early date The hug will have a capital of Svsooooocoo and expects to control the mineral output of the United States the exception of time Calumet and Hecla mines of Michigan Call at Signal Office and get a storm and tornado policy The Celebrated Tennant Shoe ALWAYS preferable nice and Dura bility they have superior JONAS McKENZIE Sole Agent- Mt Vernon K- yter UNDERTAKERi FULL LINT Caskets Robes All Mail Telegraph or Telephon orders Promptly FilledS v 58RAMSEY For Fresh Meats ofall Kinds rive please tell tell MEAT part SHOP basement opposite Court rQMfflCRBC iTROi1 oSOUTHERN RAiLWAV S SHORTEST ROUTE QUICKEST SCHEDULES CINCINNATI IavoxvlLig TOIVATLANTAE5ltMiNQi OlVILLE NStAORLSSGeo jnaarson Passenger CINCINNATI Roclefeller Standard effecting theaUnited gamation corporation with possibly copper insurance fitting Style Coffins Loxin4ton Judge J Ed Kelley one of the Cadiz Ky bar for the past thirty years is dead after an illness of several months He was an old caneIdidae for fore the noted Music Hall conven tion atXonisviTle m 1899 Thf sterner Gen S locum with 90Q Sunday school excnrionists on hoard horned in East River New childIr i 111111 i c f CCLC ChMT vERNO SIGNAL MT VERNON KY JUNE 17 1904 nLctto with SIGNAL s a j TIM TABLE 24 north zcGp m 26 north 308 am 23 south 129 p m 25 Smith 105 a mJ IAS LANDRUJI Agent Phone No 58 Steredat toe yerua Pstw5ee orcI eo clue matter PERSONAL A J Samms was tip from Liv jngstonIDanville yesterday Drummer R B Mullins went to Knoxville Sunday night Bob Baker was over from Jack son county WednesdayM P W Clark and H H Branna man were here Monday Misses Fannie and Bessie Spark- are visiting in Richmond John G Austin the insurance man was here this week Mrs T J Cress of Monticello visited friends here this week Mrs Cleo Brown spent a few days this week with homefolks Mrs P D Collier is visiting h e in helcaster Tuesday making telephone Griffin who had a stroke of paralysis some days since is im Lida Abney of Berea is visiting the family of S B Ram sey this week Miss Mattie Owens of Barbour vile is visiting her neice Mic Mamie Mrs JonesIsick for some time is out agiiin are glad to say S W Davis has added more ma chinery to his harness making es tablishment Messrs J W Baker and Bert Vhitehead of Livingston were in town Monday Train Dispatcher Lunsford ha been promoted from Livingston t Birmingham Ala J J McCall the rich old farm ConfederaIto reunion at Nashville Miss Mattie Baker is visiting the family of her uncle Judge W R Cress at Monticello Ky Mr and Mrs B Bethuruui are visiting NashviJIeand taking in the Confederate reunion Mrs Wm Poynter went to Lan caster Monday to visit her daugh ter Mrs Fannie Thompson M F Brinkley was over in Jackson county first of the week looking after some lands Mrs Susan Henderson paid t office a pleasant call Wednesday She will return to Parksville today Prof James McDonald of Dan vine is here this week the guest of Prof Bevington at the Miller House Will Fish is home from Lex ington where he has just completed a course in stenography and bookkeeping r Mrs Anna Miller of Columh Ohio has returned home after spending several days with relatives here D N Williams barely escaped being bitten by a copperhead Monday The snake makes headyu tern in a stone wall near kitchen door W J Sparks has advertised for 50 men to work at Sparks Quarry Transportation will be furnished from any point on the Knoxville division Jvliss Margie McClary is with Mrs JW Brown She has been visiting relatives jn exrng ton since her graduation at Hamilton the first of June William Buck Maret only son of Alvah Maret who was injured by a hand car atBlizabethto wn some weeks ago is living at his home in Parksyille The doctors extend jnbihope of his recovery t Coukburgf jMisi Alice Lewis is spending week with her sister Mrs W B Whitehead Buck Varnon couldnt stand Jll fogs further dowu in the mountains theIAllen Hiatt of the Oak Hill neig- borhood was visiiine her cousin Miss Rilla Hiatt of this place this week j Buck Varnon the Possum Hol ler cllVsolthat SiThepaper is always eagerly read by alImost everyone that gets a copy our paper The quaint and tom ly sayings only such as Buck can write are certainly popular Buck hasgoneon upinto the mountains for his health JQCAL Dan Hollinsworth of the Big Hill country was adjudged insane taken to Lexington asylum onday Geg your hot lunch trom the Dspljnn32tThe annual Elocutionary Contest will be held at Waltons Opera House in Stanford Friday even ing June 17th Judge W R Carson win has judgeorf has rou account of ill alth resigned He made an ex recoid MADSTONE Dr G G Perry of White Hall Ky has in charge the Burgin mad stone1 and will apply it at all times may2o im Mt Vernon sells more mole traps than any other town iu the State Hundreds of moles are meeting death in these traps Drop in a Fratkiifs jewelry store and seethe machines and how they work elSPECIAL OFFERThW- eekly e Courier Journal and SIC oat will be sent to any address lor the next six months for 50 cts All subscriptions under this head must be paid in advance We learn that the following changes will take place soon H Pettus agent Brodhead wi stake the Wilhatnsburg office J R Cass now agent at Pittsburg gets the Brodhead agency where he will be at his home D Contractor Krueger is put on the hop skiP and jump to fill agreements in furnishing lime brick etc and put up buildings in vario parts of the State His sons a able assistants and carry no lazy bones in their clothing To TKACHERS The Institute will be held in Mt Vernon beginning Monday July J nth All teachers that hold certificates for th county or expect to be examined this year are required to attetl dof Come withoutexcuse GM BALLARD Supt hisrat last term of court Judge Jar tip made a change in trustee of the jury fund from Dr S C Davis to Jones Fish The Doctor is not pleased over the wording of the or der of removal and is getting many signatures to paper saying that it was a mistake that the public in terests1 demanded the removal yi secIseems to as good a Repubuli can tells us that his family has been eating potatoes of his own raising for more than two wee He did not say whether it was vines or the roots but we suppose Joarur The Kentucky Press Association met in Louisville Monday Louis Landram of Lancaster was elec president for ensuing year PaP were read and other business was transacted and at 9 oclock the as sociation members left for St Lo StLoroad and the editors with their wives and daughters occupied three sleepers and three reclining chair cars Mr Albright editor of SIGNAL is with the gang and we hardly expect a thing to be left o the Pile when theqwill push visit that famous portion of the big show NOTICEAllparties owing me fort le year 1903 arc earnestly t e sam1Thesesettled January tti9o1 at least and I think I have been very pa timeePlease come at once ooDejun3 am Orlando Ky L N Cheap Rates WOKUJS FAIU RATE The L N have made the fol lowing rates which will he effect ice Aprilt 5th anti lasting until ose of the exposition For theI n tickets from Mt Vernon return good until pee 15 1925 xty day excursion rates for t 1405i turn tript6tb Fifteen day eI sell tickets to St Lauion each Tuesday and Thursday during the month of June dayslTickets 1228 round Demotrip account cratic National convention Those who attend the Confederj ate Veterans Reunion at Nash vine can purchase tickets on June 15 16 and 17 to any point south anCd one us 25Cts round trip side trips om Nashville FOURTH op JULY RATHS On se Sigllat one and onethird i fare ro witundLow rates over the L N to Cincinnati 0 account of the meet in E gulksof tickets August 4th The L N system will sell re duced rate tickets to Louisville account of the Biennial Conclave Knights of Pythias meeting which takes place August 1620 1904 Tickets limited to September fork The L N will sell round tr tickets June 23 25 and 27 to the tRisk University Summer School Nashville Tenn at 7 90 Tickets limited to midnight September 30 LIVINGSTON D S McKinney has rehtrne from Cincinnati TeeGriffin of Jellicb sgentSun day with homefolks herllv Mrs Maggie Martin and son McCormack are visiting in Cincin nati Miss Cora Wright visited Mrs G AI Ballard at Mt Vernon last week elusshreC ooperSMiss Lida Cook visited the II1astisMrs Mary Payne of Altamont is visiting her numerous relatives this place Arthur Taylor and sister Anna are visiting their grandparents at Maretburg Mrs W C Swinford and happWilliam Forrest are visitfng her parents at Brodhead Mrs J A Olliver entertained Mesdames Sewell and Delph bd tweeh trains Sunday Rice Bastin of Lancaster here as last week repairing telephone wires damaged by lightning J A Oliver has returned home from Knoxville where he has begbuying a full stock of pools faitkheG i property on Main street Rev P Pf and Mrs Gates a W H Oliver are at the Baptist AsI sociation at Campbellsville th week tofNoers5 up needing anything in her lineIcisMrs Mahala Carson returned home Tuesday frdm an extended visit with the family of Steve Carson at Jellico Mr and Mrs Frank Cotton gim and family of Pine Hill were the guests of Mr and Mrs WH Cot tong I1 Sunday frtenscounty occupying Mrs Sue Mullins houses jn the lor ns adddhion David Griffin is able to be out again after an attack of sciatica asper Brown Buck Vamou of Level Green Iossoui Holler was olhIwill give an ice cream supper Tues day evening June 21St Every body cordially invited W C Mullins Charles Rice and Mesdames Roy Mullins Brack Hayes Carson andtout Ann Owens are on the sick list Miss Nora Hayes rcitpntrd hone Sunday alter a Wit w eks visit with Mesdame Jon 1resion nnd E bert Hayes of Cincinnati TiptonWillif and Hubert Single ton came home Saturdiy ttom Mullins Station in tim to christen the new baty Slargtcct Evdrn lettIvisit with relatives in boyle county They will visit the Worlds Pair at JutrMr Jack Smith and Miss Lula Mullins eloped to Jellico Thursday rjoning and were married They will reside at the Mullins Hotel That they be happy is the wish of their many friends Quite a number of our people tended the circu at Mt Vernon Friday Dr Childress Wm Nichols W H Cottongim Jno Decker W F Tubbs Mr and Mrs Willis mund and others Mrs W F Tubbs entertained a good old fashioned dinner Sunday in honor of the birthday anniversaries of Mesdames Anna El more and Lula Maddux The ests were Mr and Mrs E S Mrs Roy Mullins Mrs A N Bentley and Sam Magee a DEMOCRATIC CONVENTIONS 0Pursuant to a Resolution of the Eighth Congressional Democratic Committee adopted at Lawrence AprilP1904 county Ky are hereby called to meet in mass Precinct Conventions at their respective voting places in each precinct in Rockcastle county Kentucky at 2 oclock p m stan dard timeon SATURDAY JUNE electda conven tion which is hereby called to meet in Mt Vernon Ky at2 ocloce pm standard time on MONDAY JUNE 27TH 1904 for the purpose of selecting delegates to the Congressional Convention which meets in Shelbyville Ky at i oclock p m June 28tb 1904 Said Precinct Conventions shall be called to order by the Precinct Committeeman who shall preside till a chairman and secretary are ected and then the convention all select delegates to the County The Chairman an ConvenitousConvention the list of delegates lected and the Precinct Committee man shall also certify to the cor rec ness of the proceedings in said precinct conventions If the Pre cinct Cemmitteeman should not be present or if present should refus to act the convention may be or gauized by the Democratic voters resent by some Democaa calling the meeting to order and proceeding to elect a Chairman and Secretary and the Democrat so calling finsteaddroan to the correctness of the cre Precincts of Rock cattle county shall be entitled to elect the following number of dele ates to the County Convention Precinct No IEast Mt Vernon two delegates Precinct No 2West Mt Ver non two delegates ndPrecinct No 3 Roundstone one delegate isPrecinct No 4Scaffold Cane one delegate CreellePrecinct No tiOrlando or No 7 Livingston two delegates Precinct No SWulnut Grove two delegates Precinct NQ 9Browns three delegates Precinct No 10 Brodhead three qeligates Precinct No u Powers one delegate 04one+ jc 4 Chm aCD C E S ALBRIGHT Sec V v r Cb a JCreyirc O uito s FOR THE- SPRING 4 t TRADE 1r1 WEhave just received our Ii new stock of Spring Goods tR 1ft which is the best andmost complete assortment everffW brought to town J HAVEWhat Want i o Come and examine our stock and see if we are not Jlcorrect i INi iwand see us get our prices Wand you will be convinced we are right tJ ithat a s5 MT VERNON KY N r hrIr7A r oIYLv v L oY9J 9t wILDIB Miss Sarah Stewart is visiting in Berea Rev Lunceford filled his regular appointment here Suuday Squire Hammond was down from Disputanta Monday Mrs Ann Richardson is visiting relatives in Knox county T A Stewart has returned from Danville with his sheepskin Will Brannaman and sister Anna have gone to the Worlds Fair Mrs James Parsons has returned from Quail where she has been visiting Corn oats and grass look very encouraging in this section of the Bessie French and Eva Fish spent Saturday and Sunday in our little village Miss Pattie Wood has returned home from Withers where she has been clerking for W 1 Dooley rdat the worlds Fair was a huge success The pro gram me as prearranged was carried out andthe exercises drew large crowds of people to the Kentucky building President Francis of the Exposition Company Got n mam the Hon E J McDerr mutt and the Hon Harry B bigereception was at Kentucky building at night AN AIJVKM CLOCK FOR 25cIIf you want to get up feel good all day take a Little Earl Riser or two at bed time These amous little pills relax the nerves he quiet rest and refreshing sleep with a gentle movement of the bowels about breakfast time W H Howell Houston Tex says Early Riersanthebest pill made for constipation sick headache billiousness etc Sold by1 Chas C Davis the druggist lyersTo be sure you are growing old But why let everybody haireyour and postpone age If you will Hair Vigor I only use Ayers Hair Vigor your gray hair will soon have all the deep rich color of youth Sold for 60 years r am now or parsoM and t have Ihlckllo headolhn hair is a wonder rv one who It uota gray hair yirnrillsfllI1 L bottle s c ATCf co drntrlrtaTTU White mmsnSHmSSS Hair JGo To Chas G Davis Drugstore FOR Drugs Cheica1s Patents and UilsI ft DompMe Line of Pharmaceuticals I IToiletPHONE 64Day or NightICHAS C MT VERNON K- YWILLIS I Mtc 5iIea JRl GHiFFsNPr- actical Undertkerand Mt Vernon Ky Stock Complete FINE HEAKSE Attached Can tarnish AJetnlic Caskets in it Innu u Embalming done on short notice tiptrainOR DERS by wire Promptly Filled Phone No 63 5S The World All Knows 1ytheWorlds Fair LineIf you have a trip in view to Evansville St Louis or to arty point in the West or Southwest ASK US FOR RATES r If tnere are reduced rates in effect on account of special occasions Home Seekers or Colonists Excursions we have them- E M OMACK G L GARRETT City Passenger Agent Traveling Passgr Jtgt L J R r AbryentLnytisville WORMSli WHITES CREAM KostlaQraatitA stnt- ES II For 20 Years 8Is Led tlf Warn teede33 And Ask Us First F tfiM1mn ov r aa zz ia ZU C tyJJTSJAMES F iwiSold F ItI1 4W HIS FEAST ON HOG ISLAND Philadelphians Greed for Oranges Gives Chance for a Joke at His Expense Hog island is a little British spot in fhc tropics and lies just across the har bor from Nassau and its inhabitants Save lately been immensely enjoying a tame little joke on a visiting citizen of Philadelphia Hog island is known over the world for its natural magnifi cence and the waters of which are like one large mosaic containing all the ors of the rainbow and to the imagina tion of the eye a hundred others Here there is a small army of boatmen who row sightseers across the bay to the island On landing the visitor enters a large oracge grove of which fruit he is allowed to partake to his hearts or rather stomachs content all of whjch costs the small sum of 25 cents Now the American citizen has a lik ing for oranges and when he found himself in Ihe heart of the district where they grow and with such a tempting offer before him he just simply couldnt withhold himself So he started in with a vengeance to clean the grove of its luscious fruit When he had finished eating the thirtieth orange however his conscience pricked him Seeking out the owner of the grove for that generous English gentleman does duty as cash lerhe told him what he had done and offered to pay him in accordance Thats nil right was the reply you dont owe me any more You see you are on Hog island HABITS OF BIRD BABIES Some Bemnrkable Instances of Inher ited Instinct Among Young of the Feathered Tribe It is not all bird babies however who have such warlike dispositions and the young of those parents which are themselves of a timid nature or unable personallY to protect their offspring from marauders frequently adopt very ferent tactics writes Jerrard Grant Allen and Leonard Buttress in an ar ticle on Bird Babies in Pearsons Their plumage is in many cases so beautiful ly adapted to the surrounding vegeta tion earth or stones as to be practically indiscernable so long as the chick re mains still Indeed the aviary is able to afford examples of protective emblance at least as perfect as that demonstrated by beast or fish Heredi tary instinct it is which teaches the baby that this protective coloration is its best safeguard and it is not slow to put its advantages into practice An example of this is the case of the stone curlew The tiny chick just emerged from its shell will at the ap proach of fome real or supposed dan ger Ilatten its little sandcolored body against the sandy ground stretch out its neck to the fullest extent and He there motionless aud almost Indlstln guishahle from the stones around It until all sign of danger is past Unless in fact he chances to catch sight of the beady yellow eye the man will be a keen observer indeed who detects anything different in that little heap from others on the surrounding waste WHEN THERMOMETERS SELL People Like to Watch the Mercury When It Marks the Extremes of Temperature sellinilotsbehind the optical counter in the big department store during a recent cold snap according to the Philadelphia Record Our sales always jump in weather like this and in extremely hot weather in summer During a long spell of even weather when a winter Is not extraordinarily cold or a summer not extraordinarily hot there is little de mand for thermometers But just let a very cold spell set in in winter or a very hot spell in summer and it makes all the difference in the world in the sales of onr department although ther mometers are simply regarded as a slit issue Suburbanites are especially eager buyers particularly at this time of year when the temperature in early morning Is several degrees lower in the outlying districts than it is in the city proper Its a great source of sat isfaction to the suburbanite to come in town see a thermometer registering seven degrees above zero and say with great complacency Why the ther mometer on my porch was one degree below when left home The Projectiles We Use We have now armor piercing projec tiles deck piercing projectiles semiar mor piercing projectiles common forger and cast steel projectiles cast iron pro jectiles shrapnel and so on in endless variety As the work the gun whether ashore or afloat will have to do can be pretty clearly predicted it would pear as though one or at most two kinds of projectiles were enough These two would naturally have the one a high penetrative power and the other a large capacity for internal charge Ing great destructive power when the shell is burst No one who has not examined carefully the effect of burst- Ing shell in a closed space can have an idea of its destructiveness A small six pound shell of about 24 inches diameter containing three or four ounces of powder burst in an ordinar room and breaking into 20 or 30 fragments would probably destroy everything in the room Scientific American Koreans Are Conservative 1etobut the change could not be made because of conservative opposition espe daily on the part of the women At present the only Koreans who wear European garments are the soldiers and policemen THAT THROBBING HEADACHE Would quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for sick and nervous headache They make pure blood and build up your health Only 25 Money back if not cured Sold by all druggists Ninety seven of the 131 bills adopted by the last General As sembly Became laws foriday- BLUR1ED PRINT ALL THE STATES AT THE WORLDS FAIR Many Beautiful Pavilions and Pretn tious Buildings Show Forth the Enterprise of American Commonwealths A beautiful city has grown np among tile trees on the Worlds Fairgrounds at St Louis It has nothing to do with the immense exhibit palaces but Is a thing apart The houses in this new city are of various styles of architee ture Some arc palatial lu size arid ap pearance while others look merely cozy and inviting Never before have so many notable rind historic Imiltlinps been constructed in one group This new city might he called the City of the States for the houses included in it are the state buildings at the Fair The city is not compact hit some what straggling as befits tire pktur esquencss of the view Yet there is nothing suggestive of a Stringtown onthelike about this city for the- grounds surrounding each f the houses are beautified with gardens typical of the state represented fatgreat leaP a shining triumph for the Louisiana Purchase Exposition and furnishes another illustration of tIre fact that this Expositions complete ness is the marvel of the age Fiftyone states territories nUll pos sessions of the United States have taken the steps necessary to partici pate in the Worlds Fair on an important scale lInt two states were still outside the fold at the last report anti in each of these was a well defined representjHampshire old home state and Delaware are the states re erred to In New Hampshire a fund for participation is being raised vately by patriotic citizens so that in the event of legislative inaction tub commonwealth may be represented The states and territories are ex pending over 7000000 in their efforts to show off to best advantage at tin Exposition This is a million and a third more than was expended at the Chicago exposition by the states In addition to this large cities In trinity states will have municipal exhibits till iniidea is entirely novel From a number of the states there will be prominent county exhibits provident by special J propriatlon of county funds This City of the States presents a picture qf surpassing beauty Nature has done much to aid in the creation of the picture Never before has any ulIeet level ground to the north upon which stand the main exhibit palaces There Mare hills ami ravines here and there enabling the landscapists to lay out a most delightful pattern of roads and terraces awl lawns The smallest of the state buildings is that of Arizona which stands near the southeastern entrance to the grounds of the largest is that of Missouri lOne the dome of which it is said that the very finest view of the may he enjoyed This building is a palace in the Italian re naissance architecture built at a cost of 105000 Near by is reproduc lion of Cabildo nt New Orleans In which the Louisiana Purchase transfer ceremonies took place Louisianas state building Ohio has a clubhouse of highly ornate design in architec lure of tint French renaissance Illj nois is prominent with a most pre tentious structure with wide verandas and a commanding cupola A description of erich of the state buildings with arty detail would more than fill a newspaper page It is only possible here to hint at some of interesting structures California for sizeiConnecticut presents a replica of the Sigourney residence at Hartford home of poetess Lydia Iluntley Sigour hey in her time This building is said to be the finest specimen of purely colonial architecture now standing The Non Kentucky Home from the Blue Grass State is a handsome club house that would make sortie of the mansions along Fifth avenue New York city look insignificant Beau volr the quaint old house which Jef ferson Davis owned and occupied for marry years is reproduced by Missis sippi Its wide verandas or galleries give it a most inviting appearance Washingtons headquarters at Morris town N J are reproduced by New Jersey Virginia contributes Montl cello the home of Thomas Jefferson The state of Washington contributes a structure of unique design It Is called the Wigwam five stories high built of wood from Washington forests The building is octagonal with gigantic diagonal timbers rising from the ground and meeting in au apex ninety feet in the air above which is built an observatory from which a splendid view of the Exposition may be had An elevator will carry visitors to observatory New York Pennsylvania Ohio Ar kansas Colorado West Virginia In diana Wisconsin Texas and many other states are represented by build lugs which cannot fail to arouse ail miration The Texas building is In the shape of a five pointed star au appropriate Idea for the big Lono magnificente a central tower containing an observa tory chamber Kansas Indian Terri tory and Oklahoma each uphold the growing reputation of the southwest for enterprise Iud fertility of re sources IIdM WWIIeW M ther9 Ear I WHENNURSING THSTTIMGjSCOTTS EMULSION SUPPUma RECCSSAar pane MDTI1LRA5DCHIW for sample SCOTT Checists 2 I York sue ansijoo duggistsa Fl 0 IIS n CAUttOLL IJjA CANDIDATE FOR ArPEmur JUDGE OP Tins DISTRICT Hon John D Carroll of New- Castle one of the best known lawyer in tho State has announced as a c mdidate for Appellate Judge in this District subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Car rolls friends especiall in the legal profcionhac for a lon tn e desired to see him on the bencl f the highest court in tie State Hr has held several offices of trust anti honor and in all of them acquitted himself with credit When quite young tunis he served two terms mel1herlof lapnoiiieil lny the Governor toievisi ihe Maitite laws of the State to con trm to the changes mafii iv constitution and vms fi years chairman of the Uruic Stte Central Committee II he editor of Carrolls Kenituky CJirdlsIare in general use and that mav Ic found in the office of every lawye in the State A man of high tegrity great industry with un ex teiiMve and accnraie knowledge ot she law and in the prime of life his large circle of friends believe le would make a splendid judge Trimble Democrat Deafness Cannot Be Cured liy lriil tppliiitiims as tlujr cannot r the nlitteenl portion of tar There is tIlore way to cure deafness antI tlias hy constitutional rumvtlivs Deafness citisci mi inflamed coniKuY of ioiis lining of the Ktisiiiehinn WIlt tiiit tube inil lined you have a rumbinj sound nr imperfect hearing anti when thi entirely closed HeanesS the resn and minIs the infliiiuatioM he taken on and thii tube restored to its normal iviidi lion hearing will lie destroyed forever cise inn of ten oaiised hy Cniiirrh which nothi hut sit inflamed condition of tht ueoiis surfaces wi jive One Hundred Dollars for any aseof Deafness caused eatarry that cannot he cured hy Halls Catarrh ore Semi for circulars free Addre s F fll KY CO Toledo 0 Sdd by all Druggist cts Halls family Pills are tire best Age remarked the philoso pher is a great softener It make one more tender If thats the case remarked the nervy boarder from the foot oi the table I wish this chicken had been a few years older when the iMel it 1 MRS CECELIA STOWE Orator Entre Nous Club 176 Warren Avenue GmcAfio ILL Oct 221902 For nearly four years I suffered from ovarian tro blesrfhe doctor insisted on an operation as the only way to get well I however operatmoaMywell as I for home with a sick woman is a disconsolate place at best A friendly druggist advised him to get a bottle of Wine of Cardui for me to tryand he did so to m a days myrecoverywasCr rapid With in eighteen weeks I vas another being etctkL11L Mrs Stowes letter shows every woman how a home is saddened b lmowcoiupietelyWmne ness and brings health anti suUeringand secure a 5100 bottle of Wine of Cardui W fWEolQiG1 fD G OINe To The WORLDS FAIR AT ST LOUIS USE THE HENDERSON ROUTE The Line That Is Comfortable l1 Beyond a Doubt FREE REOLININGCHAIR OFFICIAZ ROUTE FO- RKENTUCKIANS TO ST LOUlSa ASK for Onr Rates Geo X Garrett Trav Pass Agt Li J Irwin General Passr Agt LOUISVILLE KY AU WH 1TEJ1S all the lar mines in reIsumedMrs Henry Hargis of Pulaski county is alleged to have bciu frightened to snakeI The cost of th Colorado during 23031000Iis estimated at Abner J a the late Prsident was found dead in a chair at his home at Somers- eti The National Association or Mexican War Veterans will link Its next reunion at East St Loui September 15 The business portion of Niagara Henderson county was destroyed alISt su rtjrC tsii- den d b tee D L vfiirtv is- ville w sjelectecf tpresident of the American Mchcl Associatio t the HiMiunl inceiingof that body in A antic Gitv Th VM rtij5iVMi ai IJq r Dalis ill sis n New York hs appropriated 523 0 fiiiht prohibition in ve uttkv and other States DHVS of grace vil not be aiowc- on negol aLIt ppr in Kentuck act10ftha rnrUrate of State College receiv c the Cecil Rhodes scholarship whiih entities him to a three years OurX Oxord College Englind TIt Confederate veterans met at unIThursday On Wednesday the sing the cornerstone to the Confederate Memorial was laid The Kentucky Press Association adopted resolutions faoring more Jtringtnt quirements for memb ship mmda committee was appointed to draw up amendments to the Constitution and bylaws with that idea in view- Officers armed with a subpcera or Reggie Yanderbilt to appear in he Canfirli ganihliim cat kept an- n hVgii on the young tnilluriaires home only to have the door slammed in their faces the morning y a servant ilPresident Roosevelt formally cepted on behalf of the Government a brone statue of Benjamin Kush the gift of the American iedical Association The stattue was unveiled on the grounds of the United States Naval Museum Hannah Elias the Negro woman charged with extorting enormous sums of money from millionaire John Platt of New York was diI charged no evidence being produced against her She was ar rested on a writ in a civil suit aid and placed under a 20OCO trend Judge Francis Randolph who ab sconded from Aiioama nine year ago owing the State and count many thousands of dollars has re turned He was immediately ar rested ou the charge of embezze ruent although the shortage was long since pa- idYourHeart When Your Heart Fails to Pump Your Blood Trouble Results Have you heart trouble You have If you fndt hard to breathe after walking up stairs exercising etc If you have pain lfl your left side In chest back or shoulder If you suffer from cold extremities pale face blue lips dry cough swollen ankles If you have taInting spells breast pang palpitation redness of the face discomfort in sleeping on one side The only scientific treatment for this whole train of troubles is Dr Mites New Heart Cure Dr lilies Xew Heart Cure Is the prescription of a famous specialist whose great success In treating obsti nate nervous heart disease has made his name preeminent In the medical and scientific world The medicine will cure you We know it We want you to prove It If first bottle does not benefit your druggist will give you back your money attimesnIghtlndbed lots of times to get breath Three trouIyearsegowouldtryrecovered and have had better health yearsIPastorcaptlst171 W Writo to us for Free Trial AntiPainOurSpecIalistwhat Is wrong and how to rig t It COLABORAJQRIES j rIf r l J AtgcfabePrcparatLonTorAs similating thsFood andBcguia tungthcSloinacteandBovrclscf 1 tI Promotes r cslicnChecrful nessandb steins neither OpitnnMt iorMiucral I NoTlL ic i e Il4crSoUlT1fFI fl11 x1nftxuSJr 1ff ftmztJWa rlmirt fJI1 II11ncss NEWfYOTK i4 Io i WAtm l CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have I Always Bought Bears the Signature of Ir 1I O Use F Over 1 i ears i t i t 5 H1 81A lonl J j i IFR NGH LYCKrtd WEST BADEN Springs In the highlands of Indiana a two hours ride from Louisville there flow wonderful healing watt rs that youd spend hundreds of dollars to enjoy if they were ir Europe A recent visitor from Philadelphia who formerly went to Carlsbad every year sidhI do not see why anyone goes to Europe for medicinal waters The water is as beneficial and the scenery and surrounding cou itry the air and the oppor tunities tor recreation are letter hotels and all accommoda tions are much finer at French I iekWest Baden Springs and this gentleman is a native of Switzerland thccIone can er or rides and drives among the num rruus bridle paths rind road ways afford pleasure for who desire rest and quiet while at the splendid and exilerating casino one can have all the entertain ment and social pleasure possible at the most fashionable resorts ON THE MONON ROUTEF- or booklets telling all about the woters Hotel Rates anti full information write E H BACON D P A Louisville Ky For sale bv MT VERNON DRUG CO WJNCffi5TLRg1FAC- TORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS Its not sentimentthat makes ihr most successful chota shoot Winchester Factory Loaded Shells Its the re suIt they give Its their entire reliability even ness of pattern and uniform shooting Winchester Leader shells loaded with smokeless powder are the best shells on the market Winchester Repeater shells loaded with smokeless powder are cheap in price but not in quality Winchester New Rival black powder shells are the favorite black powder load on the on account of their shooting and reloading qualties Try either of these brands and be well pleased They are THE SHELLS THE CHAMPIONS SHOOT THE BjfflK OF AT VERNON MT VERNONKY OPENED 1900 CAPITAL STOCK 150001 C C WILLIAMS PRES JAS T ADAMS VICEPRES- W L RICHARDS CASHIER A B FURNISH ASST CASH DIRECTORS C C William Geo Livesay A T Fish S H Martin Rod Perry J E Houk We solicit accounts of firms and individuals Caretul attention is given collections entrusted to us Our friends and patrons are invited to call when in town Phone No 55pIt is alleged that a fund of 3000 has been raised by popular sub scription for the benefit of a promi inent churchman in Bedford sus pected of the murder of Miss Sarah Schaefert I I I the those market youll At a vaudeville performance in a tent at Barbourville a bcebrokt under the eleyated seats and about hirty people were 1njn econe probably fatally and thee or four seriously YOUNG AGAiN IMADE Dr Kings New Life for tO wteks has put me in my teens acain write D H Turner of Dempseytovm Pa Theyre tire best in the w for Liver StJmachaud B Putely vegetable tvei JJI Only 25c at all druggist Call at Signal Office and get a storm and tornado iustmit ce C C Willian ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON ZOFFICE On 2r floor The Bank of M t Vernon t street Special atui ic i to So M L MYEI IMTWORK OFFICEAt residence on Old Main st known as the C C Williams residence PHONE No 73 Will be in office at BRODHEAD every uoon MONDAY noon till Tuesday Ic McCLARY Undertaker Embalmer Complete 11 Pfuskits Ordcis by Telephone attended 1Stanford Ky The VERANDA HOTEL JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR Stanford Ivy Specially equipped for traveling men Sample room on first floor Bath rooms free to guests RATES 200 ser day iW M Francisco MONUMENTAL WORK Brodhead Kv Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones ALL VORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVEN Frifh Hofef BRODHEAD KY GEORGE JETER PROP Headquarters for Traveling Men Good Sample Room Livery Attached The patronage of Rockcastle citi zeus specially desired Miller House HUGH MILLER PROPRI- ETORHeadquarters for Commercial Men Exporter at all trainsst MT VERNON DIRECTORY COURT CALENDAR Monday Monthy Mondayin May and Third Monday in Sep tember MT VERNON POUCH COURT Third Monday in each month CHURCHES Services U the Christian Church Preach ing 1st A 3r Sundays at a tn and at 730 p m SundayPrayeThe public are cordially Invited to attend all services the4thThirdSoitunlay Prayerlueeting MASONIC MondayNoUGMEETSat 2 lbin MACCABEES f K OT H TENT No meets every is and 3rd Monday at 730 p m JAB E IIOUK CRAb CDAVISR K I