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I We ore going to be more liberal than ever in 1904 to users of Ilion Coffee Not only will the
Lion Heads cut from the packages be good as heretofore for the valuable premiums we
have always given our customers but
In AddititJ i th Regular Fill Premiums
the same Iinn > He ts will entitle you to estimates ia our ° oornGO Criii Prise Contests which will >
mlce some of our natrons rih nea and women YOB can send It man trlate as desired There will lie g
TWO GREAT CONTESTS
ft The first contest will he on he July 4th attendance at the Si Louis Vor7J s Fa the second relates to Total
I Vote For President to boras Nov S 1904 2oi > ooo will be distrihu din tch of these contests making
4000000 on the two and to make it still more interestinir in addition to this amount ve will give a
II I Gs nd Fira4 l 2Lg06 ta
S S Five LionHeads
cut from Lion
Coffee Packages and a
I 2 cent stamp entitle you
In addition to the reg °
I uiar free premiums
i
to one vote in
I Ito
either contest
WORLDS FAn CONTEST
iat will be tlw total July 4th attendance at the St Louis
I Louiswars
For nearest correct fsiirnate receivira in VoaUon Snie Com
psiy J office Toledo Ohio oo or before June 2th 19J1 we will
ti f rst prize for te neart von e estimate second prize to the
fi next ewf est etc ere as foilovrf
250000t
1 Second rrlEO lOCOOO
1OooODPrizes
Prizes 50000 csch lOOOOO
5 Prize 2OOOO OOOOO
OOOOO1O
20 Prizes = SOOi 1OOOOO
I 6 O rises 2OOO > < lOOOOO
50 rrle5 10Oa 50000
100 rheE 500 OOOOCO
13 > PKIZS u VOTAI J20OOOOO
Printed blanks to
toI
vote on found in 1 II
every Lion Coffee Pack
PackI
r age The 2 cent stamp
9
V covers the stampI
r OtH acknowledgment to
PBESIDCKTEAL VOTE CONTEST
What win bo the tte Popular Vote cart for President votes r
for ill cantliUatis conv In 1 tt llio election Kovember 8 1904 la
9Xlr 1 ctioo 13953653 peoyV voted for CnNrES7I
ret estimates reovircU In VToolson Spice Cos office Toleflo 0
on or before Nov 5 H Mtwe will give first prize for the nearest cor
rest cstia atc second prove to tJeDitlI acstotcetcks foowsC
1 riratPrlsa S25OOOO t
1 Second Prtr 1 OOOOO +
fjfi
e rites aoo 00 lOOOOO
10 Prizes 1OOOO lOOOOO I
20 Prizes OOOO 100000 f
50 Prises 2000 100000
25O mse 1000 250000
13OO Prizes 6OO 9OOOOO i
2139 FBIZES TOTAL 2000000
ZI 4219PRfiZES4219 f 5 i
I Dbirlbuted io the Pubi tf rag ing S4500000 in addition is which we shall give 5000 L j
to GrcceraCierks see iiariicuters to UGH COFFEE eases making a grand total of 5000000 j I
I COMPLETE DETASLED PARTICULARS m EVERY PACKAGE OF I 3 I
S
ILWO II
WOOLSON SPICE CO CONTEST DEPT TOLEDO OHIO 1
Om w sRBsT tIC 1l M
Grace Mr Uingemup is awfully
polite Every time he addresses
me he begins by saying Fair
Miss
MissEdijh
Edijh Thats force of habit lIe
used to be a street car conductor
lvHEN THE SAP RISES
weak lungs should he careful
Coughs and colds are dangerous
then One Minute Cough Cure
cures coughs and colds aud gives
strength io the huigs Mrs G E
Feuner of Marion Ind says I
suffered with a cough until I run
down in weight from 148 to 92 its
I tried a number of remedies to no
avail until 1 used One Minute
Cough Cure Four bottles of this
wonderful remedy cured me entire
ly of tle cough strengthened my
lungs srd restored me to my nor
mal we slit health and strength
Sold by Chas C Davis the drug
gist
H
THIS IS A
Presidential Year
AND YOU MUST
KEEP POSTED
THE WAY TO DO THIS IS TO READ
TlIJ
Wee l CourierJoufnal
Henry Watterson Editor
TWELVE PAGES ISSUED
EVERY WEDNESDAY
X700
Born ONE YBM
p Fou OXIY
A
YEAR
S REVENUE REFORM 1
SOCIAL Rl FOlUll
MORAL REFORMJ
TIE COUKIEIUOURXAL Issues
the best ALMANAC published i
Send 35 cents for a copy I
C COURIER JOURNAL CO I
LOUISVILLE Kv 1
i
Iv avSi > ccial Arrangement you can I
get the i
I YernOTl Sinal a
N IJE
I0t IoI Jnnrnal i
150
rThis is for CASH Svn clfp yp
IONS Oily All subscription
under this combination offer r
must be sent through tlie ff
0 I J SIGNAL office I
to the one who is nearest correct on both
contests and thus your estimates have two
opportunities wimiugIo bit cash prize
SCHOOLREPORT
Monthly report of the Brodliead
school taught by Miss IL L Thur 1
aloud for month ending Apr 26
26I
HiltonI
I SS Lizzie Cable 92 Maud Watson i
191 Francis Forbs 93 Kattie Cass i
I 91 Etta Cable 89 Etta Frith 75I
I Mattie Wihnott Sc Blanch Craw
j ford So Owen Cass 90 Earl
Tharp SS Willard Hilton 8251
J James B Frith 76 Lucy Rash 82I
SSii
iiGertrude
ti
son 90 Ermine Tharb 82 Vici
l Francisco 83 Randy Tate 77 cI
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AI
iMANAGER WANTED
1 Trustworthy lady or gentleman
I to manage business in this county
I and aljoining territory for well
and favorably known house of
I solid financial standing 2000
straight cash salary and expenses
I paid each Monday by check direct
from headquarters Expense
money advanced Position per
manent Address Manager Sio
Como Block Chicago Ill
IllI
President Candamo of Peru is I
dead I
I
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Headache
Can be Cured with
Dr Miles Anti =
Pain Pills
If your nerves are fubjcct to disturb
nnros such as Headaches Neuralgia
Rackache Itlicumatism Menstrual
I Pains Sleeplessness etc their jarring
and jangling can bo quickly ended withI
n Dr Miles AntiPain PilL I
InntI Miles AntlPclr Pills arc pleas
ant little pink tablets which do not act
on the bowel > nor do they have any
disagreeable weakening or 1I t
I Ing effect on the system
They are the result of the latest scien
title knowledge on the subject of Pain
and bring relief safely and PainI
Iand greatest sufferer
You should always keep a box of Dr
I Miles 1nti Pain Pills In the house since
you never know when pain may attack
I
Irou and it Is wrong to suffer when your
suffering can be so quickly relieved
Dr Miles AntiPain Pills contain no
opium chloral cocaine morphine or e
similar drugs and are sold by druggists
under a guarantee to relieve you or
pay your money back
By relieving Pain Dr Miles Antl
Pain Pills shorten suffering and length 1
bulkI
1 have nal Dr Mrios AnttPnln Pllc
when ioulmd with headache
findthat
that one pill infallibly
effects
relief In a
nery
Nerve and Liver Pills when necessary
neuralgia
gia of the hend and find these pills of
much benefit to inc They are all that
Is claimed for them GEORGE COL t
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COLIEORATORIES
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What is Your Promis WorthI
I
Lincoln was great in his honesty I
His regard for his word is shown j
in the conversation he had while a t
member of Congress when a friend j
criticized him fir declining to drink i
wineI
anima
ed Lincoln but I promised ml1
j
i
precious mother only a few days
before she died that I would never I
use anything intoxicating as a
Iberage and I consider that promise I
las binding to day as it was the day
JI gave it I
But the friend continued
thereis a great difference between
a child surrounded by a rough class 1
of drinkers and a man in a home of
oflrefinement
1A promise is a promise forever
answered Lincoln and when made
to a mother it is doubly binding
ht ov
Lincoln made a caller keep his
promise In order to get one ofhe
Mr Lincolns boys to come to him
IV
the caller offered the child his
watchcharm The boy climbed
into the mans lap Finally the
gentleman arose to go when Mr
Lincoln sail to him
Are you not going to keep your i
promise to my boy
What promise asked the vis
itor
you said you would give him
that charm fi
QhI could nottaid the visit
or It is not only valuable but
I prize it as an heirloom
Giveit to him said Mr Lin
coln sternlyICI should not want
him to know that I entertained one
who had no regard for his word to
The gentleman removed the
charm and handed it to the boy >
having learned a valuable lesson
QUICK ARREST
J A Gulledge of Verbena Ala
was twice in the hospital from a
severe case of piles causing 24 tum
ors After doctors and all reme
dies failed Bucklens Arnica Salve
quickly arrested further infiamm
tion and cured him It conquers
aches and kills pain Only 25C atthe
all druggists I
druggistsBy
By the order of Chancellor Kyle 1
at London Tenn 400000 receiv
ers certificates are to be issued to
pay off indebtedness for labor on 1
the Tennessee Central railroad If
the floating debt of 700000 is not
paid by May 21 the road will beions
sold t
y
0
I
401
ei r
I Who Vill More Tnan Lik ly 1 e
j Nominated by The Democrats
j For President
I
I At the very end of the mad I
found an old fashioned white homestead
stead hiddenanong the trees on a
steep knol and a big farmer in a
slough hat at the gate With a
city mans surer ficiahy I too < tIle
man to be the overseer of the farm
land asked him if he could tell me
where I could lind Judge Pm kerII
The big fellow nodded He made
1 an admirahle agricultural figue
I suited fori painter wholetom
red ugged and burned and seas
I oned by exposure to the I
His clothes were rumpled by the
I vigorous movements ofa man who
thought more of his task than the
I
welfare of his apparel The coatI
was a blue sack in its third summer
I
his trousers were a gray pair that
were eloquent on the farm and hr
wore a Hat turn down collar a I
striped unstarched shirt and had I
no waistcoat A gray slough hat
tan shoes scratched and muddied
I
by the farm paths anda tan belt
I about his waist completed his make
up
His face was burned by the sun
as red as a lobster and the hair or
ul1lhis
his hands was burnished a bright
gold He was straight square nnd
with big strong limbs that showed
the development of outdoor life
His sparkling black eves surveyed
I me with me with a glint of humor
For a moment I felt rediculous and
I feared I had taken the wrong road
I mean Judge Parker ot the
court of appeals explained he5e 1
was told he lived in the last house
on the toed
Yes do you want to see him
he said gravely Then something
I in the amused look of his eyes and
the broad full features caused m t1
in spite of a native prejudice about
judges in spite of the clothes a nd
in spite of the tunny cuts I had
seen in the papers to take su hadI
spirational leap to the truth He
IIspirationalleap
smiled and said
I am Judge Parker wont ycu
come up to the hcese
The house d big solid relic of
ofa
the old Dutch days built over a
100 years ago faces the Hudson
HudsonI
In front the knoll drops sheer down
en
to the waters edge a 100 feet be
low The ground about is filled
with apple trees and sown with
barley A happy family of sheep
and chickens and farmyard animals
were revelling in the animalsI
ground under the trees was littered I
Nith apples
erIt was a simple dignified home
1not the country mansion of a mod
1eernm millionaire but the quiet old
fashioned home of a man of whole
some life and habits a gentleman
and judge Many homes like it are
euscattered along the Hudson Valley
Many others near it surpass it in
luxury and pretension
On the wide veranda command
bir g
judge sat down and talked about
dethe convention in session at Sara
toga A lusty young grandson had
ovclimbed upon his shoulders the
thhis
hismoment he had taken his seat and
he discussed the subject of the gov
ernorship under difficulties
difficultiesI
isWhile he talked a heavy wagon
eddrawn by a pair of oxen creaked
I
i1edoom to the j ier iu front of the
house with a load of wood Tiros t
are my uxen said the judge IC isnt
irithat fine team I didnt especial
ly need them I suppose but I like
them and so I bought the pair for
the men here te use in the farm
work
The oxen set him to talking of
ithis hobby his importedGcattle and
utheforgot all about the Saratoga
convention His barn is decorated
with the blue ribbons be has won
with these cattle He took blue
ribbons at the Buffalo Fair aud has
been taking them ever since at
the country fairs round about atI
I wasshowu about the house and
the farm with the simple courtesy
of a gentleman to his guest It
was in his workshop aud his libra
ry that he showed his great pride
His workshop is the big corner I
room on the lower floor of the
house commanding a fine view theI
othe river The wallr art Ined with i
Inw bookshe has the finest pri
vale law lidrary in the State On I
the walls too are pictures of the
great judges of the past and of his C
pregeiit associates on the bench I
At the end of the joom by the t
window is his desk and seated I
there with his secretary Anther I
McCosley at his side he dictates S
and revises most of the legal opinI
ions which go forth to the world t
tinder his nameRobert Adamson i
in May Success
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The Kim You Have Always Bonglir and vliMi hay been
Iin iM4 iVvr ovfi h il fHS has hmiif be signal c i i of I
i s and bas Jxeu iiirulo under Ins here I
I sonal supervision since its infancy
e 4 Allow 110 one to deceive you in tli Is
All Counterfeits Imitations and Testasrood arc but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment
ICst What is CASTORIA nrei
eiCastoria is a harmlosn substitute for Castor OH Pare i
0ooric Drops and Soothing Syrups If is IMoasmir It
contains neither Opium Morphine nor oilier Narcotic
hesubstance Its ago is its guarantee 1 1 destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness It cures Disiirlncu stud Wind
Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation
and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the
Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep
She Childrens Panacea The Mothers Frieud
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
0
11Kifid You Have Always Bought
edn Use For Over 30 Years I
THE CETAU cOOrPy TT tltRy STEET r YOR r cn
I Fn IfJ lti aT = t7iI =
aLCTrdhe
WEST BADEN Springs
IIn the highlands of Indiana a two hours ride from Louisville
there flow wonderful healing waters that youd spend hundreds
of EuropeA
A recent visitor from Philadelphia who formerly neat to
1Carlsbad every year said I do not see why anyone goes to
Europe for medicinal waters The water is as beneficial and
the scenery and surrounding country the air and the oppor
tunities Tar recreation are better the hotels and all accommoda
1tion are much finer at French LickWest Baden Springs
SpringsI
theseHe
highlands where one can enjoy rambles in the depths of the forest
or rides and drives among the numerous bridle paths and road
ways afford pleasure for those who desire rest and quiet while at
the splendid and exileratiug casinos one can have all the entertain
ment and social pleasure possible at the most fashionable resorts
ofor THE MONO ROUTE
For booklets telling all about the voters
nIntel Rates and full information write
enE H BACON D P A Louisville Ky
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fiISAN
SAN ACCIDENT
f4AY HAPPEN TO YOU
So always keep in your home office
shop and factory a bottle officeII
j j aracamph
FIRST AID TO THE INJURED
The only sure quick relieving and healing remedy
for Burns Cuts Bruises Swellings Inflammations
and all hurts Paracaiaph will give you more sat
j isfaction than any external remedy you ever used
i If it fails your money will be refunded So try itI
rV
Shavinge
At all Druggists 25s SOc and 100 SotUM
i
For sale bv MT VERNON DRUG CO
1YINcnjJST6R
r
FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS
FIts
I Its not sentiment that malbea the most successful shots shootI
c Winchester Factory Loaded Shells Its the re j i
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
t Repeater shells loaded with smokeless powder
are cheap in price but not in quality Winchester
I New Rival II black powder shells are the favorite
black powder load on the market on account of
their shooting and reloading qualties Try either of
these brands and youll be well pleased They are
THE SHELLS THE CHAMPIONS SHOOT
THE BLINK OF J8LT VERNON
MT VERNON KY
OPENED > 1
goot
CAPITAL STOCK 15000
ICAPITAL r 15000Id
T ADAMS VICEPRES
C C WILLIAMS PRES JAS 1
1C L RICHARDS CASHIER A BFURNISH ASST CASH at
DIRECTORS C C Williams Geo Livesay A T Fish 114
H Martin Rod Perry J E Honk
We solicit accounts of firms and individuals Careful attei a
lion is given collections entrusted to us
Our friends and patrons are invited to call when in town
Phone No 55
MADE YOUNG AGAIN
One of Dr Kings NEw ite
Pills each night for two week has
put me in my teens acaii u I t
D H Turner of Dempseyt iv
Pa Theyre the best in the world
for Liver Stomach and Bowels
Purely vegetable Never gripe
Only 25C at all druggists
Call at Sign I Office and get ar
storm and tom too insurance policy
C C Williams
ATTORNEYATLAW
ATTORNEYATLAWMT
MT VERNON KY
1 > + t OFFICE On 2rtl floor of
The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church
street Special attention given
to collections
collectionsPhone
Phone No So r
M L MYERS
WORK
OFFICE At residence on Old
Main st known as
the C C Williams
residence
I PHONE No 73
73I
Will be in office at BRODHEAD
every MONDAY noon till Tuesday
noon
I
I
I
isC McCLARY
Undertaker
ndertakerEmbalmer
I Complete
1YERSVOR
ntistI
LINE of Caskets
Robes c
I Orders by Telephone attend
attendJ
J ed promptly
Stanford Ky
Be VERANDA HOTEL
JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR
Stanford Ky
Specially equipped for traveling
men Sample room on first floor
Bath rooms free to guests
RATES zoo pier day
IW M Francisco
MONUMENTAL WORKS
Brodbead Ky
Granite and Marble Monuments
and Tombstones
ALL WORK FIRSTCLASS
SATISFACTION GIVEN
Frifh floW
BRODHEAD KY
GEORGE JETER PROP
Headquarters for Traveling Men
Good Sample Room
RoomLivery v
Livery Attached
The patronage of Rockcastle citi
zens specially desired
Miller House
HUGH MILLER PROPRIETOR
Headquarters for
Commercial Men
1itlrPorter at all trainsW
MT VERNON DIRECTORY
COURT CALENDAR
COUNTY COURT Fourth Mon
day in each month
QUARTERLY COURT Fhst Mon
day in each month
CIRCUIT COURT Second Mon
day in February Fourth Monday
September
tember
temberMT
MT VERNON PoLicE COURT
Third Monday in each month
CHURCHES
Service st the Chrmku Church Preach
insist 3rl Suudajsat II a m and at
730 p m
Jmula = cbnol930 a m fnr7 Sunday
Praye Meeting Every Thurnduy 730 p m
The public are cordially Inrited to attend
all services
Preabytenan Holds service on the
the4th
Baptist Church JferTioes on the Third
Suuda7olchool
School at 9 S ni every Snud y Prayer
Pryermeeting
1J
IIASOIC
4trhlsnd Lodge No tIO luetii nd Moa
lay 9u m
MT VERNON R A CHAPTER No
140 il BETS every SECOND MONDAY
2 p mk
i
MACCABEES
KO T M TEST No 21 meets every 1
and 3rd Monday at 730 p m
JAB E HOUL Con t
CHAb C DAti7S Ii > K < i
sl Sta c
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