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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tfjl ST- itrLstabiished 1887 e XVII MT KY JUNE 24 1904 LEVEL GREEN I arrived home without sensa tion or accident Thursday gained 3His while abseiit I have begun to think they feed ae too less at home so Ilrmig te agin party soon I find the Holler full ovlamband sheep buyers Why sir even old sheep skins bring a mighty fair price eon thing lookin like a heep sells but no hog sales This world wont pull together Its like a baulky team sees saws when it stajtJ Polly Tix iz a little confused now i e the political water seems to be troubled and the Gilbert men are very much ipurturbed at the action of out political leaders in the county but we are of opinion that Gilbert will yet on the hotut stretch come through the gate at least 3 let gths ahead notwithstand ing all that high falooting talk by his opponents in the noosepapers The papers are good advertisers and I do dearly love to read them but they cant alers tell bow the squirrel will jump no not one bit- more nor I can Jtmt watt andI Watch resells and see who can I told you so and who must say Who would have thoc it I right here dismiss the subject of politics remarking as I do that Bryan is one of the shrewdest and most honest now living or that bas lived for years or that will be born of woman in a hundred years Hes a statesman and it makes these little ouehoss polls tishuns look even littler when they try to tawk about him RatomUy I have sum words in this letter I give Who will pro nounce or define it for mere also have many slang words or crippled words used by the e cuedtbe word shape for in stance if a man is sick in debt hind with crop out of bu or on the ouTside of too much jnvigora tor and in many other WiStle- cr touching form hes in bad cttpe Now this tit homespun slang Then then country dada who trie to ape hiz city cczzen that heard in Eastern Yankee discourse a while haz learned from him many noo words and he feels it to he a dooty lie owes nsthe unin formedto teach illS by example then we have another class that will use the same word or sentence an hundred times in a short cou versation or discourse prominent among the words thus used is nice 0 how itiB abused I heerd a divine some time since use th same phrase 165 times by actual count in one short surmen another gool brother addressed Our Heav enly Father 51 times in a v short prayer And thus it gpe onand on My advice iz embrace or adopt nothing new simply be cause it ilHnoo or nice or them carefully in the balance of good common sense comparing merit and demerit and then choose whom ye will Bro 1 j uut ern VOLUME VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY FRIDAY NUMBER ilIIavoirdupois pollytishuns deroI Bosithogardie weighon serveI t01him U While at Livingston I had the pleasure of visiting the SIGNALS correspondent or reporter and I found her to he quite an accom listed conversationalist and very ready OIL all subjects We also spent some pleasant hours with our old friends John and Will Mulliris and Fullin Francisco Mr Cisco running the big Hotel and feed more hungry people at a fair price than any other man in the moun tains This was my first visit o ieliule city for 8jears and I can truly say wonderful are the mu proyements It is a busy place too both day and night No idlers or 1Qurgdpdtalltofhyingwide pedagogy an otherenlployments and migrating to the conntrnndemblrking in 1financiallyto weather iz hot anjTIce plentiful cold and chaap Ill hie me away to the mountains agin soonto enjoy same of their hospi tality and blessings We need some good preaching a old Friendship Cant some one andlhelp long without rain now In the course of 10 days lambs will be delivered This will helps many farmers then they will singlenoti a eyeto to j1rv st the mule and cpff crops There seems to be something al wars a head to induce us to try lire rn and on tho we be ever so correslpondent As water is 8rStine the weight qjflir it would naturally folowihatiSafuratedinir is heavier tlsrjiJry air in proportion to the amount of it contains above dry air As gravitation acts more freely upon bodies on land than in water we would naturally Conclude that bodies surrounded by air will weigh more than if by water Why do we have frost or dew a certain seismic or times of year if nights ore clear lut none If cloudy although the temperature is th same Dr Proctor is called upon Very VARNON WORST OF AL 1 EXPERIENCE Can anything be worse than to feel that every minute will be your oef Mrs S H Newson Decatur Ala For three years It she writes endured insufferable pain from digestion stomach and bowel trou whetsdoctors and all remedies failed A length I was induced to try Electric miracutbus I improved at once andno Im completely recovered F r liver kidney stomach and bowel troubles EiectrTc Bitters is the only medicine Only 500 Its guar anteed by fill druggists The political status of the couiu trygettin no better fast and CRAB ORCHARD We are having good rains and gardens are flourishing W A Brooks is at home with his mother and sister Misses Louisa Hayes and Winnie Condor we are very sofry to say continue quUe ill A G Green and daughter Miss Allice went over into Garrard last Saturday to attend at Harmony Misses Katy King Claire Collier and AnnieNewland have returned home Iroju Loretta where they have been attending school lAnunt1ir of Odd Fellows o Livingstondto present at the initiation rf several new mem tern Miss Bertha Btldon has returned from a visit in Casey county Her cousins Misses Grace and Ma Cane returned with spend some time in town Jack King and family of Oklaho ma are visiting friends in this corn Mr was raised whotare gkd to give him a friendly handshake oflJnfautrYIhasper month goes into the pockets of our merchants Mrs Patten can accommodate a few summer boarders prices reas unable Any one wishing tQ dripk our health giving gater with which this part of the country abounds will please addresf Mrs M B Paten Box 167 Crab Orchard Ky thesSpring Jjly They will soon in aftgurate eir weekly hops All those vyar qnqJr light fantastic toe will have tin opportunity of enjoying that amps merit to their bFattss pouteut pro vided they have the money to Pin for their inn If we could get sanctified we could hop and laugh ittBrother Johnson fays the Bible tells us to hop for joy but if our comee of us poor old rheumatics will not have much enjoyment MANAGER WANTED Trustworthy lady or IQ manage business in this county and adjoining territory for wal and favorably known house ot gaUd financial standing oOQ expenseIacfiDIouday by check from headquarters Expense money advanced Position per 8rotChicago ill ENTER SCHOOL wMention pourse wanted whI you critp for our catalog Address H H Cherry President Southern Normal School and Bow Jipg Green Business College Pow ling Green Ky I tell yoirhow it is juid the wise it aint T eHGoo Old Summer Time Is Here J AND YOU MUST HAVJ5 Summer Ciothing1L OUR anythingShirts Collars Cuffs Neckties Ready Made Suits for Men Youths and oys Straw Hats Fur Hats preaching DellaI trppjrJgtto philosopher fan kinds Overalls Gloves and any old thing you want to wear W E ftlso have the greatest line of Tailoring in the United States with prices that will sur prise you Ladies Skirts Vai8tsand Slippers all nice firstclass and cheap A Complete Line of DRY GOODS and NOTIONS v We wan your trade Come and see us v ferA The leaders in their line JC HOOKER CO r tr LIVINGSfCM Xi f ftr J BItOIII EAI Mrs J E WalJen has returned lit h r home at LnFnlKite TennI ruesItpy Dr and 1lrstSuntbrdwerenv er from Ike Lick TueMJay slmr pingThe protracted meeting is sill I in progress at tie Methodist church Mises Sussie and Lvdiaf Hilton are isitiisg their sister Mrs R Ht Batson t Lancaster Miss Lizzie Owens has returned front an extended visit to Mrs Stormes 3tKeavy Ky LouI IV H Pettus has been as agent for the R Rat Wil- liamsbnrgand place J R Cass takes this Miss Lydia Hilton spent from Thursday until Sunday with her friend Miss Haltie Nevieus at StanfordIhouse is on a bourn and it now looks like we are going to have a schoolhouse sure enough Miss Ella Dunn and Clyde Cass accompanied by W A and Rich ard Pettus spent Sunday with friends at Preaehprsville Ed Smith of the Hiatt Neighbor hood has a nice pair of blood hounds The dogs are pretty well trainedand Ed is ready to answer your call at a reasonable figure We are sorry to know that uck Varnot the sage of Possum Holler is id poor health Buck comedown to Brodhead and help Ed Smith with his blood hounds drink good salt water andget well Robins has a gems ne case of smallpox A guardl has been Rlacedoter htmandhpossible precaution will be taken and if the guard will only carry out the order there will be but little danger ol the uisease s rri4inq FORA HUNDRED YE RS For a hnndred years or more Witch Hazel has been recognized as a superior remedy but it re mainedfor E C DeVitr Coof Chicago to discover how to comt bine the virtues of Witch Hazel with other antiseptics in the formI of a salve DeWitts Witch Hazel worldnsores cuts burns bruises and Riles The High standing of salve has given rise to thisI and the public is advised to thesSoldtdruggisteWidely Apart Now From what he supposed was a safe distance the professor watched the ante election riot A brick carelessly thrown came in his direction Who would ever think he moralized retreating to a still safer distance fthat the ords polite and politics came from the same root For the professor simply cant help shedding information even in the most unpropicious surrounding STARTLING EVEDENCE Fresh testimony in great quanti ty is constantly coming in declaring Dr Kings New Discovery for consumption coughs and colds to be unequaled A recent expras sion front T J McFarland Bentor yule Va serves as example He writes hI had bronchitis for three years and doctored all the time without being benefited Then I began taking Dr Kings New Dis covery and a few bottles wholl cured me Equally effective in curing all lung and throat trohbles consumption Pueumoniaand grip Guaranteed by all druggists Trial bottles free regular szes soc and 100 There are few people who are not superstitions n0 I think youre wrong Fw people believe in signs When ihev see one that reads Fresh Pant nine out of ten will feel of ICASTQRIA c For Infants and Children The KinHou Havilllways Bought i Bears the la1ptwO of- J NEW l 0JIComing Every Day tA withI I I20 per ce J20 percent A at r tm our store when tad get our prices beforeoing Yours for HORSES AND MULES Are in Greater Demand at Preseut Than Ever Before Figures of the statician of the ofagriculture stow an increase of 173686 horses and 26 323 head of mules over the total given out in 1903 The good de mand for horses and mules at the present time and the small increase indicated show the importance of the farmers of the middle South giving more attention to the breed ing of annimals in the immediate future than has been done in the past few years The mule breeding interest is confined to a comparatively small area of the United States centering chiefly in the middle South including the States of Alabama Georgia Mississippi Louisiana Texas Arkansas Tennessee Kentucky iss uriTbe largest num land of mules are found in Texas Mississippi and Missouri second and third The high price in cotton at thee present time insures a good market for mules for sometime to come and it would take several years of systematic breed ing to overstock the market judging from the present demand for good animals Jn fact the market will not soon be overstocked with good horses and mules It is overstocked all the time with scrub animals but the farmer who has foresight enough to breed the draft type of that direction while the man who breeds mules of lighter type and finer bone but with plenty of sul stance will find them in good deg mand in lying to the South The middle South is well adapt ed for the production of the class o horses and unties that are in great est demand at the present time The people are fully alive to condi tions as they exist today and are thYe present situation DRIVEN TO Living at an outof the way place remote from civirization a family is often driven to in case of accident resulting in burns cyts wounds ulcers etc Lay in a supply of Bucklens Arnica Salve Its thebest on earthZsc at all druggists FAII SESSION The Fall Session opens August t Southern Normal School and Bow ling Green Business College Bow ling Green Ky We know the world is round like a ball because Jim the stitches i i F n Published Every- Frit v r M Cut ll ShoesI Cut on all HatsILL CLOTHING Manufacturers Cost centsIffin Livingston elsewhere bargains LH DAVIS Livingston Ky department wi111find theregtons DESPERATION desperation CatalogAddress Tettilsaw on LAND STOCK ANn CROP FOR SALRA good mare mule 16 hands high 7 years old and inf very good condition Also a mare atabargin HOUK ADAMS Mt Vernon Kyl The advance in the cattle marketIhas brought several this section in the last few days Mr L Joseph bought 23 head from Mr J B Kennedy Saturday pay ing 6 cents They average about i 600 pounds and it is the highest price received here for some lime Mr Kennedy said some time agog helreceivedseen that he acted wisely It is thought by cattle men that the welwouldlugParis News- KENTUCKY FAIR DATES The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1904as far as reported Kit KSi11e July 152 days Crijb Orchard July 273 days nan ville August 33 days Harrodsburg Aug 93 days Lswrenceburg Aug 164 days Brodheid Aug 17 iS 19 Shepherdsville Aug 234 days Shelbyville Aug 234 days IXichoasvil1e Florence Aug daysJ daysi4 difys Hartford Sept 214 days daysIBarhourvjlle Aug 313 daysI Berea Jilty 42 days A HANDSOME CATALOG AND USTRATED JOUSOAL FREE fThe Bowling Green Business NormalIWrit postal card or letter stating course desired Address H F Cherry President Bowling Green Ky AN ALARM CLOCK FOR 25C If you want jo get up early an feel good till day take a Little Early Riser or two at bed time These famous little pills relax the nerves give quiet rest and lefreshiug sleep with a gentle movetnent of the bowels about breakfast time W H Howell Houston Tex says piUmadeI lThe Court of Appeals has pass led the Caleb Powers case until the fallterm POLITICS AN POLITICIANS- The contest between Bradburn Democrat and Galloway for Cir cuit Judge at Howling Green was decided by Special Judge Osborne of Cyuthiana in favor of Bradburn Much dissatisfaction is expressed by the patrons both Republicans and Democrats over the appoint cannerI1t 7 pointment is the result of a premise to Jordan C Jackson the negro politician by Republican machine commission charged with the preparation of a currency system for Panama has reached an agreement in Washington which establishes a coin equivalent in fineness and weight to the dollar of the United States as the standard and which also makes the United States dollar legal tender in Panama With harmony prevailing no dissensions whatever Kentucky was never in better condition to roll up an oldtime democratic majori ty and in the uation there was never a better outlook for an over whelming democratic victory Owen County Democrat One of the St Louis papers started a Loom for Ghv Beckham for temporary cliaftinan of the democratic national convention anda host of reporters sought interviews on politics and tends in Kentucky and the democratic situa tion in national affairs a he views it To all the governor gave the same answer that his trip to St Louis at this time was purely official and social and that he was not being interviewedaThe members of the State Capitol leiforing to Inspect the new capitol building there They will be the guests of Gov Vardaman while in Jack sonNew Yorks delegation at Chi cago decided to support Senator s Fairbanks forthe Republican vice presidential nomination Several other States took similar action nominationdpractically certain W J Bryan was the principal sceaker at the convention of anti Parker Democrats held londay night in New York His Flight Was LorthYou saideBill Sikes of BUvUle to the editor that hi death was cawed bv the kick of a mule an that hes safe in heaven Think he went therede you Well replied the citizen he shore vent that high y1 MT VERNON SIGNAL 1904IFRIDAY JUNE 21 u Published every Friday by I EDGAR S ALBRIGHT t SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR J IOO AJverihing tales made known oji upf licalion r HON L IOOnRIllMr cr county is a press ia the Kfclith district to succeed lion Giideit subject to the action of the Democratic party Your jiport is earnestly solicited HGH HARVEY HELM Of Sliinfinl cndiilato for Congress in this the Eighth district subject to the tion of tlc Democratic party HON G G GILBERT Of yvilli ii randhlatPmor lon rc iiUhi tllr Eighth INtriet theIself siilijft to the action of Marty rOll JAI LEU- V are authorized to announce 1y R3L JOHNSON 5J enididat for Jailer of ItocfcOostle Coun ty subject to the action of the IJeimldiran I r partyGovernment reports issued last f weeknnnoltnct that the cost of Jiv ing is reduced because the pric of the majority of the necessities of life are cheijer While beef mitt ton lard butter wheat corn oats and SUR ir and vegetables have gonie up other necessities like pig iron leather copper tin speller and haircloth have gone down All that the workingman has to do now is to accustom himself to mak ing a dinner of these last named materials Rent costs him more than it did but he never could buy a steam yacht or an automobile cut flowers or silk under ware as cheap as today Thousands of articles are being punIishment which made the General Slocum duster possible It should not be difficult to locate the blame inns much as no steamboat can leave any wharf in the country without a fceitificate of safety and seaworthii ness signed by the inspectors of the Department of Commerce and Laj bor Is the prevalent indignation to be allowed to blow over without calling anybody to account for the horror BEFORE another jssue of this pa per the precinct county and dis trict conventions to nominate a candidate for Congress from the Jvighch will have come and gone and frond every indication the marI who will receive that nomination is the Hon Harvey Helm of Lin coln How Rockcastle will stand is already a foregone conclusion and if Sarrard and Madison will full in line as they should his road to victory will be an easy one I The plank which Senator Hans borough proposed for the Republi can platform isAnearly readjust meiit of the rates in existing tariff1 schedules to meet changed and changing conditions and in th interest of our commercial relations with other countries The Dem ocratic platform will no doubt con tain soon thing like it J D E Salmon Chief of the Bu rear of Animal industry in the S Agricultural department nlf that the reason why beef is is that the sellers charge more it Its fortunate that Uncle fori has at his elbow a great head this to elucidate economic questions No manager ofa presidential had a salary rt 10000 for four mouths inestimable service JrHeis the only man in the patty equal to the job- ROOSRVELT j AND FAIRDANKSJ unanimously chosen by go cQnvention foe President and VicePresident tTSCRAPS hov JET Irihe Spring the gentle iambletfe Gambols round the mother ewe But the next day itttia cutlet And the next day Irish stew Junk mans business pickin lip Blacksmiths on a Gardeners things trikeICarpet mamiiac be heat Ifa man has an iron tioii nerves of steel lots Ost1tlIJ plenty of brass and a lie voice he should be able the hardware of thirworld J J it2 1 j r = Aunt Madeline was very angry on her birthday What was the trouble Everybody in the house gave her a bottle of patent medicine Another Kind of WtI1an11 told her Id kill myself jf she didnt marry me Was she scared lINo she was awfully tickled and she married me An Alcove 7 A little girl was ex plaining obit mother how the were arranged in her aunts ouse Off of the bedroom mamma1 she saidwas a little alcohol Set In His WaysDid you ever get into an argument with him IYesHes quite dogmatic isnt he positively bulldogmatic 1Oh MaryNora youre a cruel Let that cat goat once Nora hanging the rat =Rut shes been naughty aunty an Im pniiishiu her I told her it was for her own good ah it hurt me moren it did her This said the phrenologist running his hands over the hen peckedmans head is your bump combativeness I guess you mean my wifes Henpeckefor thats where she hit me with a stove lid ChosenMr Short IWi5el ityouwill really marry rue Miss TaU Yes I always make my own dresses and as we are wIllIand fitting s I1he First Weather1 Prophet PorRichard was compiling his al manac But they asked how will you predict the temperature Thats easy he replied I shall simply label each day Did you ever see such weather Knowing there were always kickers the shrewd judge of human nature fe1 to work A Bright Answer W K Slat onof Georgia tells this bon mo of his 12yearold grandson The boys father came in one day much provoked at some misdemeanor James he said lam seriously displeased about this niatTer Dp iyou know sir you are a candidate for a whipping rattierlwas the instant reply And h e was The Right Thing Tess1Said is nice looking I admt but hes not much of a talker never seems able ic say the right thing in placei dont know He eeningjj place TessWhere was tha- tJessdisplayinghcrringIn our parlor Not What She Expected Mr Ferguson put oX his slippers and Iteso delightful to be at home again he said I think I never ape preciated it more than I do to night Its delightful to hear you say so George cooed Mrs Ferguson Yes these confounded new shoes have tortured me nearly to death today candidates for office In Mis Ifwo ere stumping thenorteer the State and in one town their appearance was almost shunt taneous The candidate last arriving happened to stop at at a hous for the purposeof getting a drink ofwater To the little girl who answered hi knock at the door tlleI saidwhen she had given him desired draught and lie had ofFered her in reccouipsnse tome candy Did the ma ahead of megicyou anythingOh sir replied the bright girl he gave me candy Ah exclaimed the candidate heres scents for you I dont suppose that he gave you any mon y v The youngster laughedmerrily Qeshe did too He gave pteten- cents Nc ito be out done the candidate gavethe little one another nickel and picking her ugMn his arms kissed her Did he kiss you t6ohe asked genially l1thtool t TK Vlre H- tby J I NjtW LAWS IIlAHE EFFECTIVE LAST MON iAY Ninelyseveu of the tat bilk adopted at the last session of the General Assembly became laws in effect Monday June 13 the ninetieth day following the adjourn ment oft body The other thir tyfour became laws upon their pssnge by virtue of having emer giMicy clauses all lthtlln them Of the measures which became effective on Monday four cary au poiutmeuts to be made by Gov Beckham These are the new cir exit court bill for the counties of Knott Inlay ffrfi and Floyiin which a judge and a Commor weahhs Attorney are to be namtdI for service until the November next the State Embalm oflfiee authority is to regulate the practice in Kentucky the dental measure authorizing the executive to ap point five members of a State Boar of Dental Examiners and the Stat Board of Health bill adding by appointment an osteopathicphy sician to the State Board of Health Other measures of general inter est which became effective on lac Monday fore the registration tern fi ale for all voters the Policemens Pension Fund bill for Louisville the Six Months Common School Term bill the measure making chicken stealing felony the Game Warden and Game Season bills the bill taxing shares of stock of national lianas in thet hands of the bank the bill proviing for renewal of franchises of public utility cor orations the Beea College hill prohibiting co education of laces in any school the Compulsory Education bill providing g for the elec ton pf truant officers in the cities of the State the hill regulating the seed automobiles the hill mat ng September i the date of assess purposesofstruments measure rewriting the laws on thissubject NEWS ITEMS Texas Democrats are in State convention at San Antonio- A strike of 50000 clothing mak ers has been called in New York Fire at Sandusky 0 destroyed ai entire business block valued a 100000 Information is given thatnits sionaries may now return to Ko rca withsafety Gen Bohrikoff Governor Gen eral of Finland who was shot by an assassin is dead Bodies are still being taken from the wreckage of the burned excur stun steamboat Geu Slocum THe Tabard Iron corporation with a capital oft2 500000 has ken chartered at Trenton N J In the absence of the Governor Lieut GOt Thorne is again occu- Pying the Executive chaiVat Frank fort Phil White shot and killed Jas Edwards at Oakton Hickman county in a dispute about a part nership well The Worlds Fair management t has invited all the delegates to the Republican National Convention to visit the fair asFearing that he would not P itIii examinations school May nard Luvell of Buffalo N Y com suicidenJolter D Rockefeller hat offered- to male good any deficienayin the Slocum relief fund after voluntary ceasedeJudge James E Clntrill sustain eda paralytic stroke in his left leg at Owenton last Sunday afternoon but it is not thought To be serious The drpping ofam1tch into a cnof oil in a hardware stove a Altura Minn has resulted in the practical wiping out of the village The big new Amity dam in the Arkansas river but recently completed at a cost of ooooo ha been destroyed by the high waters Chas S McCoy a prominent at torney of Chicago committed suicide By totting hjs throat in aj bath tub injt hotel at Jacksonville Fla v s Mary Thompson the negro wo man who killed Joln Irwin at Lebanon Junction anti who was roughly treated bya mob was 1taken to the Jefferson county jail keeping Secret threats rthasbeen coufme her transfer r THE SUNDAY BIBLE SCHOOL Lesson in the International Series tar June 20 1904terly 1tc iewjPrepared by the Highway and Hy way Preacher Copyright by J M Edson GOLDEN TEXT FOR QUARTER Wherefore God hath highly exalted Him and givtn Htm a name which above every namePhll29I FOR QUARTER Jesus the Chrl9- SUGGESTIONInasmuch as the studies In the of Christ close with this quarter nid during the six mouths study in the New Teiameiit we have covered the f tire He ol thril It vIU he well to Inciude in the Review a rapid glance at the evtrus In Jesus lilt which were considered in ue llrst quarters leieons In this way an ex crllcnt ouillne of the Life ot Christ will be lined in mind The principal divisions of the life of Christ as suggested by Slovens and Burtons Har are as 1I0WSLmony of the Gospels Thirty Years of Private Life Opening Events of Christs MIalstiEary Ju dean ailnlrfry First Period of the Jtan Sllnistry Second Period of the Cat lean Ministry Third Period of GaI ileyn Ministry f The Perean Ministry S The Passion Week The Forty Days Unisr these main divisions one may mi In as eabotate an outline of the life of Christ a outline Is suggested the Lesson Titles for the two quarters appear jiig in bod face The period of time isovewad ear of public ministry THIRTY YEARS OF PRIVATE LIFE Litthd Into Egypt Return to Nazareth The Boyhood of Jesus OPENING EVENTS OF CHRISTS MIN ISTRY Preaching of John the Baptist Baptism and Temptation of Jesus DiselpiestEARLY JUDEAN 1nISTPYIFirst Cleansing of Temple Discourse with NlcQ emuS Jesus HaptlzinginJudea IiDeparture front Judea Jesus and the Samaritans FIRST PERIOD OF GALILEAN MIN IISTRY the Baptist A Sabbath in Capernaum Jesus Forgives Sins Infirm Man at Pool of Bethesda Jesus ancl the Sabbath SECOND PERIOD OF GALILEAN MIN ISTRY Choosing of the Twelve Sermon on the Mount Hearers and Doers of the Word Centurions Servant Healed Raring of Widows Son Anointing of Jesus in House of Simon the Pharisee Jesus CalmstheStormG- adnrEne onlacs Raising of Jainl Daughter Mission of the Twelve Death of John the Baptist Jesus Feeds the Five Thousand Jesus Walks in the Water SECOND QITARTERThe Period of time I eluded in the second quarters lessons is than a year THIRD PERIOD OF GALILEAN MINISTRY Jesus Visits Tyre and Sidon Feeding of Four Thousand Peter Confesses the Christ l lISrrans1iguiea The Demoniac Boy Shekel In the Fishs Mouth Christ at Feast of Tabernacles THE PEREAN MINISTRY Final Departure from Galilee Seventyt aton Prayer and Promise Watchfulness The Prodigal Son Raising of Lazarus Jesus Teaches Humility Visit Zacchaeus the Publican Anointing of Jesus by Mary of Bethany THE PASSION WEEK The Triumphal Entry Second Cleansing of the Temple Gentiles Seeking Jesus Judas Bargains for Betrayal The Passover Christs Farewell Discourses The Betrayal and Arret Trlaf Before Priests Christs Trial Before Pilate Christ Crucified Till Burial THE FORTY DAYS Christ Risen Christs Appearances Christs Ascension- SUGGESTIONS FOR REVIEW Written Review Many schools use prepared quarterly question slips upon which are to be written the answers Schools or classes can obtain these Sundayschooltheir jwn the questions after each les son in the quarterlies furnishing ready material from which to make se Review For a review for the whole school from the superin tendents desk a large map will be nec mapssPoint out the chief cities towns rivers lakes mountains connected with the life of Jesus and have the scholars mention thchlef event or events In connection therewith Picture Review This Isa most in teresting method it pictures big or little can be secured covering the prin cipal events in Jesus life Pictures are cheap nowadays and can be purchased at or through all of the denominatlpn al publishing houses Seed Thoughts Unwavering faith Is obtainingfaltti Heart revelation Is better than head speculation the mountaintop with Jesus tshould equip for service in the valley of the worlds need Prayer for laborers in Christs har vestfield is the electric current that stimulates to new and better service for the Master finscondo to make complete the redemptive work of Christ except to believe and be saved Five electnc shocks of 1750 volts each were necessary to finally kill Moses Johnson a negto mur derer in the Columbus 0 pen itentiary The number or Uouics o Gut Slocum victims recovered numbers 770 The listof missing still ex ceeds 300- Horrible in every detail and perhaps surpassing the Iriquois disI aster was the burning ofslit steamer General Slocum in East River The boat was loaded wits human freight men women and children on pleasure bent Closi to 1000 lives were lost and very few of those aboard the ill fated vessel lived tu tell the woeful story On Sunday New York undertakers were kept busy there being more funerals held that day than ever be lure in the history of the city The most pathetic scenes were witness ed in some instances entire fam ilies were buried Additional bodies are still bejngwashed ashore by the ebb tide off North Brother Island No words can describe the horrors of the catastrophe and the sympathy of the nation goes out to the stricken ones Call at Signal Office and get n storm and tornado insurance policy II 1AtOne has better strength and flavor than many socall ed fancy brands Bulk coffee at the same price is not to be pared with Uon in quality In lib air tight sealed packages DAILY TOURIST TO SLEEPERSI Iron Mountain Route Pullman Tourist operatesI Louis to California a m daily via Little Rock Tex arkana Dallas Fort Worth and El Paso The Ideal Route to California Fast Schedule cheap Colo nist rates in effect daily during months ofMarch and April 1904 to California and the Northwest Pullman tourist sleepers via dais souri Pacific Railway leave St Louis every Thursday 9 a m fron Kansas City Wednesdays Thursdays and Fridays 630 p m going via Pueblo D R G sys lem through Glenwood Springs Salt Lake City to Ogden etc Homeseeker and Colonist rates t various points in the West and Southwest oven first and third Tuesdays each month For map folders descriptive literature rates etc consult nearest Ticket Agent of address R T G MATTHEWS TPA Room 301 Norton Bldg jnar i8tf Louisville Ky THIS ISA- Presidential Year AND YOU MUST KEEP POSTED THE WAY TO DO THIS IS TO READ THE r Weekly CourierJournal Henry Watterson Editor TWELVE PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY ItQoYEAR REVENUE REFORM 1 SOCIAL RErokatlNIpRAi TaE COURIER JOURNAL Issues the best ALMANAC published Send 35 cents for a copy COURIER JOURNAL CO LOUISVILLE KY By a Special Arrangement you ca get the jE Vernon 8inal AND THE WEEKLY Dnuridorn1 BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 sS This is for CASH SUBSCRIP TIONS only All subscriptions under this combination offer must be sent through the SIGNAL office r Y2 i7 I r WATC This Space for Bargains m Next Week F KRUEGER SONS MT VERNON KY 1 AW a predates a slylisKconfortable and s1he4l0EE3hoe embraces these qualilizs Made the ShOESr Louie u live ns a and you tell not tell in any of town in AN x ROUTE AND Goo E T P A E Main VVC Passenger Agent q The TestAcertain woman told her that she never told a lie and never of such a He told her that he did not but when knew she had him would cut a plain int the No wont she cried Im not to have my all ruined like that I has sent a to the relisf The Celebrated Tennant Shoe ALWAYS preferable For nice Style and bility have no superior JONAS McKENZIE Sole Agent Mt Vernon Ky xx IGRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER KyoillCofl S B RAMSEY For Fresh Meats ofall Kinds trial ifwe please if ns MEAT deliveied part STOP basement opnosite Coirl house f NCRis fNiR l CtSOUTHERN PJ1JIJlvAY SHORTEST QUICKEST SCHEDULES BeTV5EN KIWOXVIUUBCHATTANOOGA SAVANNAH JCKSONVII4LESl1REVEPOR POINTSIClarke 89 Stroet Ldxington nGeneral Rinearson CINCINNATI Refused husband would- be guilty thing veracity herafter question hI deceived simply notch piano you going pioano President Roosevelt tributionor5oo Slocum fund fitting Dura they others ATLANTA PrecautionIll give yon a position as clerk to begin with said the merchant and pay you what you are worth Is that satis perfectly It replied the col lege graduate huterdo you think the firm can afford it Judge J Soule Smith one of fhe best known writers in Kentucky as well as lawyer and politician fell deadof appoplexy in his yard at Lexington He was fiftysix yearSOld and a prominent Mason r I fV1T VERNON SIGNAL AlT Vt nrONKY Jmm21 1001 II 79 Craft up No 70 whenyor nnt to Con muni cute with SIGNAL 791 ihNasnvntc R c J TIME TAPJlv 24 north 1206 p 26 north 308 a 23 south 129 p IP x 25 South 105 ami TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Bateredt the nt Vetoa e- Clas raatttr PERSONAL Mrs R A Welch is very sick j J Cook is in St Louis this weekGreen McKinneys daughter is quite sick Mrs L C Sm th is visiting he sister Mrs Pugh at Pittsburg Mrs Ben Martin and beautiful daughter Miss Anna of Rowland are visiting relatives here Miss Bertie Brock and little neice Ethel Baker are visiting relatives hpreIMrs Annie Hen d rickson o Pinevile is visiting Mrs T J PenningtonMrs Baker and son Fred are visiting her parents near Mul lins Station C M Cummins made a business trip to Corbin and other points in Eastern Kentucky J W Moore of the Oak HillC neighborhood is taking in the big show at St LouIstMr and Mrs C C Williams Mrs D N Williams and Miss Rise will leave for St Louis Sun a Conn and McKenzie Brown andt Burdette McKenzie left Monday night for St Louis to take in the fair George Cummins a brother off C M Cummins is very low and not expected to live but a short timetMisses Fannie Colyer and Nannie Carmical are visiting friends in Lincoln and Garrard counties this weekthW T McNabb of Livingston twas here first of the week and re newed his subscription tho thisc paperwaT J Pennington left Sunday night for Jellicoto assist in building a depot near that place on t L N system Mr and Mrs V R Beck weteincalled to Madison Wednesday on account of the serious illness of Mrs Becks aunt VillieEdovards a 13 year aldto son of the widow Edwards was SlJames Bussel an aged citizen of the Southern part ofthe county is suffering from a third stroke of paralysis but is improving A delightful affair was the dance given on last Wednesday by Miss Bessie Turley in boner of Misses Fannie and Bessie Sparks of Mt Vernon Richmond Climax R L Collier Secretary Rock castle County Fair Association w here Wednesday and told us th the catalogues would be ready for ftbe printer the ffrtofnext week This office will do the work Mrs D S Purdom secretary of the lodge of Lady Maccahees came up from Gravel Switch Tuesday 55to sign the insurance papers on the life of Mrs Sallie Houk deceased She carried 1000 insurance Editor F F Blakely of Will iarusburg stopped off here Tues day on his return from the Worlds Fair and on Wednesday joined the ball team from his home town and went to Lancaster where they played yesterday Mrs Sarah Brooks Mrs Claud Cttab daughter of Oklahoma Mrs aicCarpenter of Stanford and Will Brooks of Crab Orchard came here Monday and drove out to the John Carson farm the old home of Mrs Brooks father also the James Fish farm on Renfroe creek the home of her grandfather j They also visited the cometry here where some of their relatives are huriedIa er of George Proctor of near Orlando died Tuesday of consumption For over eighteen months be lad v beena sufferer of that dread d jg rv east The burial took place Wednesday afternoonI2 f The Rev Ellis of Lancaster will preach at the Baptist church Sunday countid convention and Tuesday district PlconventionShtlbj ville At a meeting of the hoard of CollegijIroes excpt Bevington Itis not known who aIs Principal LeChristianRev Gillum and Campbell dosed j Wednesday night with tin ee additions The baptising took place yesteiday The church will cal one or the other of the a mininters as pastor endlingpaper and mark Questions and Answers If sufficient in williurto set aside a column for that alone but we do not want them in connection with correspondence WILL TRANSFER THEM In or derto conform to the new Ken lucky law prohibiting the coeducation of offfor the transfer of their colored students to other institutions The younger pupils will be tent to the colored public schools and those of higher grades to Fish Universi ty Nashville or some similar institution deGARNrSIIFinterest to merchants is the new garnishee bill which was passed by last Legislature and which be- Came a law this week without the Governors signature The bill repels the provision of Section 1701 Kentucky Statutes whichwith reference to exemptions from a tachment reads Provided Th the caenption of fifty dollars shall not apply to debts contracted for furl medicine raiment or Louse rent for the family Uud the old law the wages ofa peao- earning less than 50 a month were not subject to attachment unless for food raiment fuel etc Now the exemption for debts of thatUnn the present law unless a person earns more than Ito a month ges cannot be attached for any debt wheman who killed a Mr Irwin at Lebanon Junction last week is now the Louisville jail but I not expected to live till the time set feher trial becaus of injuries received by the mob who attempthhang her whichailed or the reason that the lrope bruit he is rlso suffering from pistol wounds received frpn the same mob The following is her sto rythe in part of how the trouble came about zIgreens when Irwipame panel ordered me He had accused my boy ojf stealing a pair oflilyers and Had kicked him That made me mad but I didnt try to start any trouble with him Be enoughat to s me me and striking me in the face I had the case knife I had been diggb myselftromthe knife SCHOOL Boo KS SELECTED The County School Book Commission for Rockcastle county composed of Supt G M Balla Judge S D Lewis and County torney L W Bethurum met on May 28th and selected the following books for use in the common schools of Kentucky for the next years The Modern Pronoun ing speller McGuffeys readers arithmetics Natural geography Longs language lessons Harveys grammar Maxwell Smiths writing in English New Century Physiology Primary and Intermediate Eclectic history Pri mary and Advanced Kinkeads history of Kentucky Peterm Civil Government Rational writ books medium and vertical SYSIternonesladopted counties will be adopted by the whole State W f 1 parties owing m INOTICEAJ1 are earnestly ic groquestedThese accounts should lavebEE leasteand I think I hate been htientease come at once J A WOOD jun3 2m Orlando Ky James H Haip of Corbin ha bought of D S Purdom his bather fairle charge of the shop next Nonday Mr Purdom was compelled to quit the trade becauseOf rheumatism in his hand and arm and is now der treatment at the hospital banon The palm of his worseiontain a large quantity of puss which necessitated splitting the hand 1fhe doctors say he will soon h allright which is earnestly Hope fpr by leis many friends in Mt Verdun KENTUCKY PRESS The Kentucky quill drivers numbering nearly two hundred met LonisvillgHotel Monday June J3tb to hold their annual business meeting There was assembled the largest gathering of Kentucky newspapermen that has been in many years The meeting was called to order b President Paul M Moore of the fe After the report committees and reading of some interesling papers prepared for the occasion the Association proceed ed to the election of new officers fn the coming year Louis Landruui of the Lancaster Record was made President and E A Gullion of the New Cattle News Vice Presf nt and for Secretary there is no bethoughtexcept Bob Morningstar Atinoclock Monday night the part boarded special train furnished by the Louisville St Louis and Henderson Route for the big fai fairhThe Louisiautta far surpasses anything heretofore attempted the way of a Worlds Fair briterf duriunwoolbean d r time nor space will permit fb Kentucky building which is secnn to only one of the State building s at of Missouri and which occU- pies about the prettiest Ibcation on the grounds is indeed an honor to the State and to lie gentlemen isMit was erected To every one who can possibly go we say go for hat you will see will be well worth l time and money spent Pike attractions are great and our next issue will give a list those which should be visited by very one attending the fair On arriving at St Louis the- partyws taken to the Jefferson otel where they were entertained Tyeparty visited their large plant and were extended every courtesy by management At 2 oclock the entire party was entertained the Womans Maga MayAdatDsassisted W P Lincoln of Louisville and others Miss Adams Rockcastle thatIshe3964Russelbut probably return to li tatVernon inabout six weeks RESOLUTIONS TelfM thNo25 tip Whereas it has pleased Altni h ty God to remove from our midst our dearly beloved sister i ResolvedThat we deeply byAwill the ever be dear to us 2 Resolved That we extend our deepest sympathy lo the be reaved husband and many relati of the deceased 3 Resolved TKat record a copy of these resolutions in our Hive and also have them published in the MT VERNON SIGNAL ROSA PENNINGTON CELIA WELCH 1 Com MARTHA PENNINGTON txST01Van ofAsthe SaturIy j mail you are greeted with smile from the clever assistant Miss Lida Lookwho has charge ofJackson i ReveD T Latnb at the family burying und near Jack Stoke on whoaEd o papaisrtiry ocilg June 1911 iijcd rfboul So years ere were services at the Pres yteriau church Saturday godson lay conducted by Rev C R Hunt gnest1fMiss Alveua Wright of Stanford is the guest of Mrs Jacob Sam brook Mr and Mrs John Alher ton and baby of L han JI junituii POfejMondayter of Level Green was the guest theIwrand Mrs Emerfou Rice gild indtheIMiss Lela Sambrook Mr and- sMr Lawrence Dickison and guests Parisnareecamping out neat Brush Creek Miss Mae Magee is visiting Miss relativesMrse other friends and Lou Ella Cooper is visiting her Henryyr son return yjeded visit in Cincinnati and Sardinia OhioThe trustees of the public school have selected Mrs E Fish SussrGeorgia MeFerron for the fall term Everybody is well pleasedRev F P and Mrs Gates entertained Mr and Mrs L H Davis at dinner FridayThe regular services will held at the Baptist church Sun morning at 11 oclock and even g at 730 All are cordially in vitedMts Thos Gentry is visit ing reatives ut Mt VernonThe 111rDavis Tuesday afternoon at 230 oclock The Sunday school on Galley branch is growing rapidly sonMr and Mrs Will Wardand children visited tiles Wards sister tugElla Stanley is also visiting there Mrs Russ King of Paris is tIe thedJudge Lair Mrs Lair and granddaughter Miss Clyde Lair Mis Tee Fish Mis Coffey and Mr Will Fishof Mt ernon have been the guests of r and Mrs G D CookMrs Mollie Owens and daughter Miss Susie of Louisville are guests of Mrs James Smith Mrd George Louinrifegnestofof Mrs Ed Ruckard and Miss Martha Hodge Mrs Carry o Paris is visiting Mrs Jno Shearer Miss Susie Thompson returned aPeSreCooperLee Reynolds Mrs Rey nolds and daughter Stella are visiting in Lincoln county John Ma gee of Brodhead was in town tlWednesdaythe ladies of the Christian church Tuesday was a financial success X40 50 being made clear of all iuI cideutal expenses4liss Martha th1Sguestof AlrsJameslDavisJ S Calloway was the guest of the Mullins Hotel Sunday Rev P F Gillum and Mrs Gil lure and Rev Campbell of Lex ington are the guests of friends AIronand Mrs Walter Miller have been quite sick for a few days with roseola one little fellow also suffer ed some injuries from a fal1Miss Jennie Hammond has returned after an extended visit at Paint Lick and Lebanon and is with her sister Mrs J E Davis Miss Hammonds of Level Green is here visiting her uncle J H Oliver grFeso cery drummer was in town Thurs i dayChildrens Day exercises Were given at the Baptist church Sunday evening The little folks did well and the singing was splen did Cespecially the little fellows singing Jesus Loves Me The was a large crowd outRev Gatt and N H Oliver have returne fiorue from the 67th session of the General Association of the Ken tucks Baptists1teldatCamphells ville 13th to 18th They abo6oudelegates p pointsaon was report 285000 Baptists in Kentucky increusepf 13000 also an increa of 20o Sundayschools during ttol past year x I jr K WWA A r Yj 9 i 9 v Ib s i FOR THE- SPRING TRADE tJ VjW new stock of Spring Goods rz J which is the best and most M Q complete assortment everTj brought to town i WE What HA VEi9 Q Gome and examine our lif stock andsee if we are nottJJ correct 4INi Ladies and Gems Farnisliins tw We take the lead Come and see us get our prices x and you win be convinced V that we are right i HOUKADAMSPhone q X t r4 f r cpEL7 LN Cheap Rates WORLDS FAIR RATE The L N have made the lowing rates which will be effective April 25th and lasting until the close of the exposition For sea- n tickets trom Mt Vernon and return good until Dec 15 1925 Sixty day excursion rates for re rn trip 1610 Fifteen day ex Ct rates 1405 The L N will sell tickets to St Louis on each Tuesday and Thursday during the month of June at 9 85 round trip limit ten days Tickets will be sold to St Louis on July 2nd to 6th inclusive for DemoIcratic sell tickets to points on the sstem at one and onethird 133 fare round trip rates over the L N to meetfing of the Grand Lodge B P O Elks July 18231904 Final of tickets August 4th limitI The L N system will duced rate tickets to Louisville account of the Biennial Conclave Knights of Pythias meeting which place August 1620 1904 Tickets limited to September xoth The L N will sell round trip lichets June 23 25 and 27 to the Fisk University Summer School Ticketselimited to midnight Septmber 30 ratesto Winchester and return Septr 18 and 19 limit Sept 24 account of the Kentucky Christian Mission ary Convention AsIat Maysville Tuesday morning- It is believed that the loss of two transports by Japan will delay the combined attack on Port Arthur lAyersI roughJJ gordnot be pleased Ayers Hair Vigor makes beautiful heads of hair thats the whole yearsUtIonstimerestoring health to the Lair and scalp ndatthe same time proving a lres lnr Tegldo bottle JCATEJ1CO foreseIWe Hair I Go To Ghas C Davis lDrugstore FOR 1 fl I T i i t1LSi Drugs onnineniiCHb DilsiS t I W Complete Line oP PharmacBflticals AND I Toilet Articles Gailore PHONE 64Day or NightIOHAS C DAVIS Pharmacist MT VERNOX KY lIUa GRFHNIPracticaland FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Ky Stock Complete FINE HEAl E Attached Can furnish J1etalk Caskets and ltrve Embalming done on short notice Come and see me anything I have not got can get for you on firs train that leave the city OR DERS by wire Promptly Filled Phone No 63 The World All Knows RailwaytheWorlds Fair Line If you have a trip in view to Evansville St Louis or to any point in the Vest or Southwest ASK US FOR RATES And Ask Us If tuere are reduced in effect on account of special occasions Home Seekers or Colonists Excursions we have them EMWOMACK G L GARRETT Guy Passenger Ag lltracling Passprr Art L J IRWIN General Passenger Agent Louisville Kentucky WORMS WHITES CREAM f VERB nFygxtinQaanStf v f For aOYeArs Has Led ail Warm Parnedies l First rates wllAl l 19oXtD BY AXoa Da aGGX6XSCPreparod by JAMES F BALLARD St LOUISA 1SOldby HAS C DAVIS Mt Vernon Ky J f 7 t 1 J =Jo 50OOO OO PiCh en oFFEIto be more liberal than ever in 1904 to users of Lion Coffee Not only willthe cut from the packages be good as heretofore for the valuable premiums we given our customers but to th R gid r Fw Premium H p LionHeads will entitle you to estimates in our soOGooo Grand Prue Contests which will of our patrons rich men and women You can scud in as many sti1ateslS desired There will be TWO C EAT OOr5TEST S I will be on the July 9th attendance at the St Louis VorMs Fair the second relates to Total President to be cast Nov 8 19042ua0uoo will be distributed in ch of these contests making j o on the two und to make 5t still more interesting to addiou to this amount we will give a I Grand First Pfilo J1 2 I I Five LionHeads cut from Lion Coffee Packages and a 2 cent stamp entitle I I youI in addition free to premiums the regular one vote m I Ito contest WORLDS FAIR C jrTEST LouisWotldsFairFor nearest correct estimates received in Woolson Spice Corn pans office Toledo Ohio on or before June vc will give first prize for the nearest corn ct estimate secoud prize to the next nearest etc etc as follows First Prize J2GOOOO 1 Second Prize lOOOOO 100000b1O Prizes 10000 100000 100000fiO25O Prizes 1000 250000180O Prizes 500 90OOOO 2139 PRIZES S20OOOOO p to the 5Ito Grocers Clerks in LION 00FEH oozes making a grand al of S gj m BIM VI OF I 1 if SPICE CO DEPT TC LEDa O1 A Keen neighbor had been requested by Eddie mother to no longer furnish him with candy as had been her custom So it happened that on the oem I sion of the next call Eddies was great At last he ren arked It seems to me I smell candy so indirectly Mrs A presented him with a diininu tine portion Looking at it long and earnestly Eddie was keard to say Could it be I smelled so small kpieceYou SHOULD ATTEND TInT SOUTHERN NORMAL SCHOGI reputajtion faculty of modern meth foodsplsurroundingslarge library complete organiza healthjlyand full information sent on request Mention course wanted Address H Cherry Bowling V Green Ky Prof G Dexter of the Uni versity of Illinois who has devoted much time to proving that football is a harmless Name is very popular among students He was en a group of them at his residence one night and during a space of silence he took down andI sword that 1Neerclaimed day I drew this blad for the first time Wuere did you draw it sir freshman asked At a raffle said Prof Dexter Uncle Ebens When yous done losan oppor tunitvII said Uncle Eben you wants to gt busy lookin for an anMalkinbyou was proud of it 1p ijl SCOTTS wont hump straight neither will it make a short leg long but It fees soft bone 3 amongthe g ft richcts and bone E2SCOTTPearl Street sac and Jiioo all ril i to the one who is nearest correct on limn contests and thus your estimates have two opportunities of winninga big cash prize recorded rect rect on for 1Vbtla1O2O Prizes 5OOO 1OOOOO Prises bOO 2139 FSISES TOTAL S2OOOOOO Disirlbufad JMIsee particulars iS 5000000 COMPLETE DETAILED oa1yoa L nV4 WOOLSON CONTEST 1r0Oj scentsThe neighborly disappointment Importuned specialists E the tertaineing brandished magnificent the respectfully Philosophy back Pointed Paragraphs The football player is never out of the game for kicking Many a man who thinks he was born to comtnntid marries a wo man who was born to countermand From the bachelors of whichIpOPlllarIdruggist asks the readers ou this paper to test the value of Kad Dyspepsia Cure Those persons who have used it and who have een cured by it do nut hesitate to recommend it to their friends Ko dol digests what you eat cures ini digestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles Increases strength by enabling the stomach and digestive to contribute to the blood all of the nutriment contained in the od Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is easant and palatable TOjYoung students given personal attention Send for Catalog and Journal Mention course wanted Address H H Cherry Bowling Green Ky- I f Dragging Pircr ICurCMHI suffered severe striuition f had blinding headaches braine 5 andfailMaof Cardui that blessedremedy for sickwomen found it pleasant gtheseemed to course through my veins jjwaa Eghealth CuJ4 Ibearing IfailedThe first bottle convinces the pa tient she is on the road to health 3 For advice in cases requiring t givingsymptoms f ChattanoogaMedicineCo g t Printed blanks to m vote on found in every Lion Coffee Package m The 2 cent stamp x ofsour acknowledgment to m you that your ess tifuate is d r25O18OO OOOOOO 42 PARTBCULARS 1I point organs WINEo CmDU u Plow To Live Ninety Years lIti French physician has formu laed the following rules of iTy Kienc each one of which he s means ten years of life or a toal of ninety years andh2 Tike outdoor exercise aci day r either by working or walking 3 Eat and drink moderate lr ofand simply choose water milk and fruit rather than alcohol 4 Fortify yourself by wall daily in cold a alerandhy taKing hot bat h once a v eek IJ 5 Do not wear clothes w are either to heavy or too light 6 Dive ill a house that is spaitsdOlts and dry 7 Work regularly iS After work do 1ours9 Ennoble your life by good a ctions THAT THROBBING HEADACHE Would quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings New Life I Thousands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for sickand nervous bead lc1 e They make pure blood and build up your health Only 25 Money back if not cured Sold by all drtiggists correpmdlent and lodged in prison at Port thur rrr IGOH Q The WORLDS FA AT SJT LOUIS USE TIlE HENDERSON ROUTE The Line That Is lj Comfortable DoubtFREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS fY OFFICIAL ROUTE FORsKiiNTUCKIANStea ASK for Our Ratesj GeoL Garrett Tray PassrAgt ILJIwi GeneralPassrLO- UISVILLE A Tr b KY gtl t JOilA U CAR IrO IJIJ 0 APPEiIXTrJ ODOR OF THIS DISTRICT Hon John D Carroll of Castle one of the best known yers in tho State has announced a candidate for Appellate Judge this District subject to the act of tIll Democratic party Mr C rolls friends especially in tllele prnfirssioiiMiave n long liire desired to see hint on the bench dI the highest court in the State has held several offices of trust and honur and in all of them acgdi- himself with credit When q a young tnan he served two ter in the Legislature was a member of the Constitutional Convention and one of the throe commission appointed by the Governor to rev the statute laws of the State to con form to the changes made by the constitution and was forte three years chairman of the Democratic Stole Central Committee H1ethe editor of Carrolls Kentu- Codes of Practice and Carrolls Kentucky Statutes law books that are in general use and that may be found in the office of every lawyer in the State A man of high in anntensiveaud accurate knowledge the law and in the prime of his large circle of friends believe would make a splendid judge Trimble Democrat Deafness Cainot Be Cured by local applications ns they cannot rentli the northof the ear There only one way to rare deafness land thus hy constitutional remedies HlafneSiS imi3ithU tube inflamed you have a rum sound or imperfctrt hearing and when is entirely dell Dealness is the and unless the intliiiiation an be taken and this tube restored to its normal e Cull lion hearing will be destroyed forever nine eases out of ten are caused by Catarrh is nothii Itun intlained conditiin niueons m wi give One Hundred Pt liars for any ascot Deafness caused by eatarry that cannot ho cured by Halls Catarrh Cue Send for circulars free Address JJ CIIEXKY A CO Toledo 0 Slid IIall Druggist 7j eta Halls family IMIs are the lies An old man herd by the na ne or Hard Nut has a daughter Fri zel and two sons Chester and Walter whom the folks call Chest Nut and Val Nut The old fellow used to dirdo t lyturn ont as good as he was cracked ollIa game at county fairsEx A STRONG HEART Tnjup Thiseralpitanngness Kodol Dyspepsia Pre cures stomachMheart and restores it to a full perfornfance of function naturally Koeldl in creases the strength by enabling the stomach and dige tive s to digest assimilate aridaPProPia to the blood and tissues all of the food nutriment Tones the stom byIOPERTORS WANTED Write now for our Telegraphy Catalog Graduates secure posi llstions Address H Hr Cherr Howling Green Ky Your Heart When Your Heart Fails to Pump Your Blood Trouble Results trputleArhard to breathe after valklii jj stairs exercising etc If you have pain In your left side In chest back or shoulder If you suffer from cold extremities polo face blue lips dry cough swollen ankles If you have 1aintlng spells breast pans palpitation redness of the face sideR this whole train of troubles Is Dr Miles New Heart Cure Dr Miles New Heart Cure Is the prescription of a famous specialist v7iose great success In treating obsti irate 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 attimesnIghtnndbed lots of times to get breath Three of my brothers have died ot heart trou sarnoaago I gut a pamphlet about Dr Mlles wouldtryhealthincecan heartily recommend them heart PastorBaptist FREE Tr1a1Ttrtcackage RemedyorSpecialist will diagnose your case tell 1lLDORATOIUES r J flfjjion W beeulrover has the signatnre of galandhas been male under his per ah sonal supervision sitter its infancy t4Alluw no unit to deceive you in tliiH IeAll Counterfeits Imitations and Justasjoodare hut Experiments that trifle with ami endanger the health of ExperimentfledmslWhat is CASTORIA Gastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gone Drops lull Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It rscGutnins neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic Vormsses cures Dinrrliuua and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the sleepTheALWAYSckBcnrs the Signature of exdofTho KM You Have Always Bought ehUse For Over 30 Years MRPtr 7048 n J h FRENCH liCK and WEST BADEN r ns esu1thereLnuisvillebliluwonderful healing waters that youd spend hundreds otitofEuropeA formerly went to Carlsbad every year said I do not see why anyone goes to andftunities for recreation are better the hotels and all accommodations are much finer at French LickWest Baden Springs and this gentleman is a native of Switzerland thesehighlandsor rides and drives among the numerous bridle paths and road atthement and social pleasure possible at the most fashionable resorts ON THE MONON ROUTE For booklets telling all about the waters Hotel Rates and full information write E HBAQOWD P Af Louisville Ky Iw g Ii l1 1F 1 1fPllMm AN ACCIDENT F MAY HAPPEN TO YOU So always keep in your home shop and factory bottle officeI racampntBT toFIItST AID TO THE INJURED remedyforand all hurts Paracamph will give you more satisfaction than any external remedy you ever used If it fails your money will be refunded So try it- o Excellent for Chapped Hands and for use after Shaving Y1Atall Druggists He SOCmd 100 Bottles For sale bv ivrr fE1RNOr ORUU COl WNC1f ST R SL7aFAOTIts not sentiment that makes the most successful shots shoot Winchester Factory Loaded Shells Its the re a suits they give its their entire reliability even ness of pattern and uniform shooting Winchester Leader shells loaded with smokeless powder are the best shells on the market Winchester Repeater shells loaded with smokeless powder are cheap in price but not in quality Winchester favQritemackpowdertheir shooting and reloading qualties Try either of these brands and youll be well pleased They are THE SHELLS THE CHAMPIONS SHOOT 730 THE BPK OF fAT VERNON MT VERNON5KY OPENED 1900 CAPITAL STOCK X1500 C C WILLIAMS Pigs JAS T ADAMS VICEPRES W L RICHARDS CASHIER A B FURNISH ASST CASH FinSh atteitionandOurPhone No 55 T MADE YOUNG AGAIN Cie of Dr Kirgs NEw tiit Pills each night for two wteks has put me in my teens again writes jtownPafor Liver Stomach and Bowels gripeOnl C C Williams ATTORNEY AT LAW MT VERNON KY fThegiventoPhone No 80 M L MYERS DentistIYORK OFFICE OldMainthe C C Williams residence PHONE No 73 Will be in office at BPODHEAD every MONDAY noon till Tuesday coon J G McCLARY Undertaker Embalmer Complete LINE of Caskets Roves Cie Orders by Telephone attended promptly Stanford Ky The VERANDA HOTEL JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR StanfordI Specially equipped for traveling men Sample room on first floor Bathrooms free to guests RATES 200 jer day I W M Francisco MONUMENTAL WORKS Brodhead Ky Granite and Marble Monument and Tombstones ALL PORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVEN Frifh Rofef KYIHeadquarters for Traveling Men Good Sample Room Livery Attached The patronage of Rockcastle citi zens specially desired Miller House HUGH MILLER PROPRIE- TORHeadquarters for Commercial Men I Porter at all trains MT VERNON DIRECTORY COURT CALENDAR Monday Monday MondaySeptemberMT VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month CHURCHES hurthPreaehiugp m SundayPraye attendall thenthBaptist Church Services on the Third jaturday night and Sunday Sunday PrayerlIeetinJ YaSONIC 1IondayMT VERNON R A CHAPTER No MONDAYat MACCABEESKOT meets every le 3rd Monday at 730 pTnr JASEHODKConj CHAS DAMS R K