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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r Established 1887 = T =II VOLUME XVII ITERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY JULY 8 19040 0 IILEVEL GREEN The word Mr Editor MarnlaI in the Q and A column t week was Roothog ordie That style of writing is the one in which the Bible was originally Atriuen no space between words no capitals no punctuations no chapters or versificationjust one lung string of letters This being the caM who can tell us how many mistakes were committed by the translators and what and theyara wheeI Did you ever notice what ference in meaning in a ivhole sentence just simply moving a comma would make For instance I say unto thee this day shall thou be with me in Paradise Now change the comma putting it after hday Thus I say unto thee this day thou shalt be with me in Paradise We first put comma after thee then after day This completely change the fact conveyed by the first mode of punctuation Who knows which is right whether either is But as I am no infidel nor like to teach scripture Ill say the weather iz clear and cold but no frost At least one 4th of July without rain has past in this life ot our The lamb delivery panned out well but late ones excelled early ones in weight and flesh whi e lle winter lambs excelled in wool and skeleton Then my bother farmerf it March lambs excel January and Feiruary lambs when delivered why not change our program raise March lambs altogether save more lambs and six weeks of extra feed and trouble Try it Corn clean oats headed well and Williroundcomes oats harvest hay bnivet and berry harvest The blackberry crop iz nearly lot days late but will yield well Our injlferiorgrapes The Concord seems to be most prolific Farm hands are h ird to get now at any price but one 12 mouths will complete the public works of this part and then our young men will begin an efflhix or exodus for taller timber and bet ter pastures for a farm life in RockI castle is not inviling nor wages a sufficient inducement to hold them Only those who stay for the sake of pap and mother or are afraid to migrate will remain with us Something had ought to be did that will give our young men pleasant and profitable em ployment and afford ample harmless amusements in order to keel al least a part of them on the farm No wonder our farms are growl up in btiers and bushes and the fences rotted down by the shade oi the vine and the owners thereof buying corn every spring For the same reason that the bat and frog possess themselves of the cabin in the hollow is our fields filled with thorns and thistlesdesertion- Our Bible school at this place is in a flourishing condition tho it is not what it might be if parents would take a big part How lit f I 11 tle 0 how little is the Bible under stood and how less it is obeyed The Institute a something to pull teachers together and I cant tell what else it is good fur will soo convene at Rockcastles capi tol where a week will be spent in the exchange of ideas Many jer sons are now of opinion that the week conld be much more profitably spent in the school rcom bin Im so ignorant I cant tell you I am glad to note the leady re sponse of Dr ProCtor and others to Querries in the Signal We hope to see more contributors at an early date for it certainly can be made very p rofitable and interesting it like other things will be just what the people make it We understand that the dead lock in the convention at Shelbyville give us a primary the only right fair way of selecting candidates well show our opponents Jhow big Gilberts majority will he He v ill carry Rockcastle 2 to i litho it voted and was counted for Helm in the late convention We say Let the voice of the great common people be heard and I tell you they are demanding it In free govern ments the people must have a right to express themselves once in a long while at least or our old po luical machine will become rusty and omen ordercorrupt You all know the nearer you get to the peo ple and the closer they are adher cracy we teach and are we not democrats Come gentlemen give us a chance to show our hand for we have as many party rights ax t ouns have BUCK VARNON NIGHT WAS A TERROR hIwould cough nearly all night could hardly get any sleepr consumption so bad that if I hadI ed a block I would cough fully and spit blood but frightI other medicines failed three bottles of Dr Kings New DiscovI cry wholly cured and I gained 58 poundsIts absolutely guar anteed to cure coughs colds grip bronchitis and all throat and lung The hardest things in all the land To find are twothis verse will show needleA in a haystack and A pretty girl who doesnt know it Ifcandidates for office have annoyed you by the interest they have taken lately in your personal welfare and that of your family dont worry Thatll soon be over WORKING NIGHT AND DAY The busiest and mightiest little thing that ever was made is Dr strength listlessness into energy brainfag into mental power Theyre wor derful in building up the health Only 25C par box Sold and guar anteed by all druggists IStraw Fur Jfnunt ern10 11gt1I tNow en1antsofficialsthe Appleigate TrialI pillsI A DELIGHTFUL TRIP AMID THE WOODED KNOLLS IN THE UKAIM OF VILE CIDIBEKLAND We will drink a cup for friendships sake For the days of auld lang syne When one sits alone and muses oer the past memory like a scroll panIramaand faces which can neverbe effaced This evening the writer finds himself living over a most nappy period when he walked rode and fished in a spot which seemed so beauti ful so remote from the grime atd bustle of this prosaic age that with but a slight stretch of the imagina tion he would have thought himself in some mysti airy dell Mid such surroundings with the music of birds mingled with the sweet song of happy voices and the sound of murmuring streamlets as they pebbled their way lazily tovaid the sea it seemed in perect harmony that there should he a party of fair women who appear to have come from the + heart of the Sylvan woods like those beautiful dryads of old who charmed by voice and grace alone the hearts of young and old There was a day back in the gos when Middiesboro was upon every lip lots sold at six hundred dollars per front foot and people were as anxious for them as apickininny is for a slice of watermelon when ele gaut mansions and moderu busi ness houses went up as if by magic The boomer and pro moter were there men great and small of large and little capital rushed to the old sage field in the valley below The Gap to join in the wild mad game of get rich quick investment It was like the Kentucky Debenture Companies of the last few years but upon a much larger scale Some made wiser by former experiences and with discriminating minds pocket ed vast sums of money while oth ers walked out without a penny Some returned with coffers full others with empty purse and with large debts contracted which thty could never pay With the wrecking of fortunes the most marvel ous and stupendous boom of the South ended and Middlesboro was dead dead dead IBut her old dry bones have been shaken up life has been breathed into her nostrils and her bony agaii trained to active service Behold the old boom with its bad effeifc has passed away and a new and substantial growth has taken its place The houses are all fillet the people find ready employment and prosperity the entire ofIof the rugged scenes of nature and the splendid hotel which contri butes so much to the sum of human happiness Hardby is Cumberland Gap through which came Daniel Boone in reaching The Settle ments This is one of the gatt T The LL Good Old Summer Time 9f Is Here I AND YOU MUST HAVE i Summef ClothingOUR anythingline Shirts Collars Cuffs Neckties Ready Made Suits for Men Youths and c y Hats and Hats speculator pervades of all kinds Overalls Gloves and any old thing you want to wear WE also have the greatest line of Tailoring in the United States with prices lhat will sup prise you Ladies Skirts Waists and Slippers all nice firstclass and cheap =x A Complete Line of DRY GOODS and NOTIONS We want your trade Come and see us The leaders in their line J C HOCKER CO LIVINGSTON KY ways of Pioneer immigration and lurir g the civil war was traversed by many a brave and rugged army Close to the Gap istoky reaching Pinnacle and 01111 short dis lance a 1 is fiinid the womfeiTiil 1Irecesses of King Solomons rave 11iwilh treesIthese contribute mite erj jment of a trip to the wooded knolls of Bell eourty There is nothing so esential to asIa s tel The undtrs the Magic City tully realized this and erected a handsome inn of 200 rooms and called it The Middies oiough In connection with this handsome structure are many things to furnish enjoyment such as golf tennis bathing billiards pool horseback riding and driving with music and dancing in the evening A capable orchestra is in attendance during the summer and np till October of each year The Mid dlesborough Inn is now nagedI and controlled by r Howe an experienced affable and wideawake hotelman who na turally possesses a rare faculty of ThroughIthe less Mr and Mrs Frank G Mr and Mrs D L Cobb fits W M Turnej Mrs Arabella Scott Misses Gertrude Hedges Sue Patterson Margarite Lyne and Mr George Ashbrook of Cynlhiana Mrs H S Kellar Misses Hattie and Eumie Scott of Frankfurt Miss Eddie Spears of Paris F W Fletcher bf Jackson Dr Harry Woodard of Louisville and Charles E Davis of Winchester were invited as a house party for a sojourn at this table de hote It was as happy and congenial a crowdas we ever saw Almost two weeks were spent at this ramous hotel enjoying the scenery in The heart of the Cumberlands It was a iripof thorough eruioe nevertobeforgotten pleasure from the moment the party arrived until its departure Mrs Wallace Howe was ably assisted by her mother Mrs Bettie Keller who presidad with such wonderful skill over the culinary department In memory we drinka toast to her goodness with the wish that there were more mothers like her To Mrs Howe oflthosethe hearts of us all As Isit in my office thinight thinking of t lose joyous hours when the old blue dome of heaven bent above that smiling valley which echoed to the sound of happy voices and merry laughter as the sun kissed moments fltd by on golden wiugs an unconscious sigh escapes me as I recall the sweet faces of those tright Kentucky girls and the gracious smiles of lovely matrons I can only utter from the bottom of my heart those immortal words of our own Mark Twain Ladies God bless you I love you all R G WILLIAMS 4 iPILES UPON TOP OF PILES Piles upon top of piles of people have Piles and DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cures them There are many different kinds of Piles but if you get the genuine and ori ginal Witch Hazel Salve made by E DeWitt Co of Chicago a cure is certain H A Tisdale of Summerton S C says I had piles 20 years and DeWitts salve cured me after everything else failed Sold by Chas C Davis the druggist Uncle Abner On Kicking What you got to kickabout Aint yaur limbs all good and stout Aint you got two big stout hands To enforce your minds commands Aint you got a lot health Bettern piles and piles o wealth Lets set down and figger out What youVe got to kick about Sayyou aint a chump Well then Better off than some fool men eyesThemGot a stummick lungs and heart partSay doubt What youve got to kick r bout tt 1 iVv LiUUUYC- orning Every Day HAllll i ALL Every 1UJIPrhm ILOWcentfmm 20 per cent Ibnshed Cut all Shoes I Cut all Hats IALL CLOTHING IBestkinds best STAPLE and FANCY OfROCERIKS at Rock Bottom Prices Don fail to make our store headquarters when in Livingston and get our prices befoia J goingelsewhere Yours for L H D A V IS Livingston Ky W1LL1AMSRURU Flux is threatening this vicinity Hog Cholera has made its ap pearanceW Myers of Pineville is here on business John Arthur who has spent two months at the Worlds Fair return ed home Sunday- C A Jamison who was here last year in the interest of the Standard Oil Company has re turned and will resume work here The Wilton Basseball team came down onthe 4th and played the Williamsburg team two games but were badly defeated in both games G A Denham and family Wil liam Peikins Miss Alice OMara and Miss Mary McCulough formed party which left here Tuesday to Ia in the Worlds Fair We learn that A L Hoendoffer has about completed an invention by which he claims he can fund oil in the ground as easily as any man can discover water by means of a forked peach tree limb And why not It ions just as reasonable that oil could be found as easi ly as water by the use of the right fork or stick or apparatus BRUTALLY TORTURED A case came to light that for persistent and unmerciful torture has perhaps never been equaled Joe Golobick of Colusa Calif writes insufier1ablenothing relieved me though I tried everything known I came across Electric Bitters and its time greatest medicine on earth for that trouble reIlievedgood for li eer and kidney troubles and general debility Only soc Satisfaction guaranteed by all drug gists KENTUCKY FAIR DATES The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs fot 1904 as far as reported KiiKSville July i52 days Crab Orchard July 273 days Danville August 33 days Harrodsburg Aug 93 days Lawrenceburg Aug r64 days Brodheid Aug 17 18 19 Shepherdsville Aug 234 days Shelbyville Aug 234 days Springfield Aug 244 days Somerset Aug 304 days Nicholasville Aug 30jdays Florence Aug 3t4 days Glasgow Aug 3t4 days Elizabethtown Sept 6i days Hartford Sept 2r4 days Georgetown Aug 912 daysj London Aug 243 days Barbourville Aug 3i3 days Berea July 42days poF 11 ay on on bargains Ill 0111 EAD tiss Julian Sayer is with her uncle Rev J A Sayer Mart Sowder has been on a visit to J T Sowder at Cartersville- R S Martin made a trip to the of 1BogucFred and Will Ballard have turned from from the Philipine IslandsR Martin and wife are the proud parents f a new baby girl born July 5 5 Mrs Alex Tyree who has been sick for some time is gradually growing worse Mr Swinford the Livingston barber is in town introducing a new store lamp J Harvey Dunn spent from Saturday until Tuesday in LaE illette and Knoxville Tenn Messrs Ed Dunn and Harry Robinson of Danville were the guests of the formers parents this week Mrs Ella Howell and children have returned to their home at Lowell after several days visit to Mrs Ed Newland Miss Sallie Newland and little Mate Parsons of Lebanon Junction were the guests of Mr Ed Newland and family the first of the week Mesdames Richard McGrath and Mildred Rout of Danville were the guests of Miss Ella Dunn from Friday until Sunday The 4th passel off quietly Claud Sutton was the speaker of the day Claud was introduced by Alex Ty ree as the Cicero of the mountains Buck Varnons example given to Mr Martin has been worked by a Brodhead man The same manI says keep up these questions they are need to afrouse a spirit of vestigation among the teachers we need more independent think ers in the profession CHAS C DA 1ISour local druggist asks the readers of this paper who are suffering with indigestion or dyspepsia to call on him at once and get a bottle of KodolI Dyspepsia Cure If you value of this remedy as we know it you would not suffer another day Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is a thor ough digestant and tissuebuilding tonic as welL It is endorsed personally by hundreds of whom it has cured of peopleI dyspepsia palpitation of the and stomach troubles generally Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat It is pleasant palatable and strengthening We notice that as we grow older we are more neglectful in hating our enemies dial ORCHARD Mrs M E Fish went to Stanford on the 4th Miss Mollie Brooks is visiting the Misses Beasley at Lancaster John Buckhanati of Louisville spent the 4th with his mother Some of our young folks went to Dripping Springs on Saturday last to the picnic They report t nice time The ladies of the Baptist Chuck held atlawu fete last night in th t yard at Mr Jim Edmistons Te t cakes and lemonade was served cents a glass The 4 passed off very quiet here not even a firecracker wa heard The C O Band went t t Stanford to dispense music for th j celebration at that place G H Patten and W M Condor ar having some wire fencing macta aroun their premises J R Edmiston has a nice steel range which he proposes to give t the one who comes nearest fines ing the number of beans and shy t mixed in a quart jar One gue with every one dollars worth f goods purchpsed If any reader of this paper knows the number r f shot and beans in the jar they wi I confer a favor by imparting their knoweldge to the writer I am glad to see Buck Varnon is determined to keep up a question and answer column I think if the questions wee addressed to al teachers instead of individuals pen pie would take snore iiilerel in the column Henry Fish of Wildie was with Mrs M E Fish first of the week Mrs George Bryant and hand some little daughter Florence anal baby James Edward of Coving ton are spending a few days wit h Mrs Bryants aunt Mrs Patten Mrs Furr of Flatwoods an Mrs Bryant visited their gan l falher Isaac Whitehead last week Mrs M D Green of Knox ville Tenn with her little daugh ter and son is visiting relatives hereMr J C King of Norman Oklahoma left yesterday to return to their home I IMiss Mabel blc porter who has been recuperating in the mona tains has returned home somewhat improved in health we are glad to note 0 CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the I fIEvery one thinks to himself IfIthere is no hell how it is to get what be deuerves tt gft w t I h h iViT VEHNDN SIGNAL FIIIDAY JuA 8 1904 h Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONK YEAR S 100- Adverthi J raics made known on a l ali01lI lION U h MOOltH- irIr county is a tllllllidlto for Con gress ia the Eighth district to succeed Hon 0 GiiUeit subject to the action of the Democratic party Your support is earnest ly sjliciteil HON JIAKVEV 1LKL3I Of Stanford is a candidate fur Congress in this the Eighth district subject to the ac tinn of tin Democratic parly HON It It UiLKKKT- Or Shelliyvilie a a1iJtte for Coiigrcsi int1iiiili Kiylitli tliiirict to Hiuieeii him sell sllivt tit lit ttMiil tlif llcinotiulK FOR JAILERU- C are authorized to announce H il JOIENSON as a tIiilate fur ler of UockOastle Coun ty tIt aotiiin of the Itepiiltliuin jiariy SI1 IvIHYYlLLE CONVENTION The Shelbyvilc convention which arlj tirncl last Saturday without iurthg any noiniuition was chiiraclerizsd by some very pecu liar incidents The three cindi dae the present incumbent the Hon G G Gilbert lion Harve Helm and Col Dan Moore each made a h ird fight for the nomina unit andIt times the fight became ratter bitter between Messrs Moore and Gilt ert Mr Helms fitit unlike the other two gentlemen was made without thrusts toward any one and good will toward all His light was a noble awl heroic ont and should win for him the admira lioiuif every democrat in the Eighth Congressional district When tlu convciiticu convened we found tht vote of the district to be for Helm 36 Gilbert 35 and Moore 17 In Garrard county which instructed its 7 vote for the lIon Harve Htlui Col bore had made a lard fight and was unwilling to surrender the county at any hazards A contest was instituted on tin vote of Eist Park precinct one ol the precincts hi the town of Lan caster The records of the con test showed that the only jjround on which to base the contest was I the failure to count ten Republi cans who stood some forty feel from the Moore line The committee on Credentials composed a representative for each of the three candidates retired at 230 p m en Tuesday and not until 1050 on Wednesday morning did they make their report waiting all the while on Air Byars of Shelby Mr Gilberts representative to decide which report to sign the one un seating the Helm delegates or till one giving to them the right in the convention which justly belonged to them Mr Byars acting pure lyas adised by Mr Gilbert after many hours deliberation worked himself up to that point when evi dently just for the time being he could lay aside his conscience long enough to sign what was the majority report unseating the Helm delegation from Garrard This clearly proves no matter how good a Baptist one may be that when they enter polities boys I am ready for any kind of deal no tomailer whom I have to rob just so it is to my interest Just such I action is what is dri5ng Kentucky iijto the Republican columns today a State which is naturally Demo cratic by at least 50000 We are nIl democrats and whoever the nominee is we will put our shoul ders to the wheel and elect him but let us in selecting a standard hearer choose one who will lay aside all personal gain rather than jeopardize the best interests of the party for his own personal success and such a leader as this would we find in the person of the Hon Harve Helm Ere this paper reaches many of its reader Judge Alton B Parker the New York Judge politician anfi statesman will have been nomi nated as the Democratic candidate for president by the St Louis con vention With Parker at the head and Turner for secoud place every thing from the Atlantic to the Pa ciPcwill go democratic in Nov Mr Billy Randolph Hearst evi dently realizes by this time that it is n hard matter to buy all tie Unit ed State c V r t SCKAlS o JET Anna Why thought the widow was goingto let two years elapse before marrying again Harry Tint washer original inI tention but she told me confiden tially that she thought she ought to have eight months off for good havior The same opportunities make a hero of oUt and an ass of another When food youve none just grt your teeth and meet it When you have f6od just grit your aeethandeat it MikeAre yez toired Pat Toired is ite say Be jTbers Moike th best thing th good Lord iver done fer us wuz t fix us so wees cud sit down Though for pleasure or pelf Though for profit or hut You must do it yourself- If you wanta thing done Jimmy Id like to be a doctor when I grow up JohnnyWhat for JinIUIYSos when felles moth trs brought em to me I could say to keep em home from school her a wetkr two Tom Im glad Im not theCzars valet DickWhy Tom Look what a job he has to keep the Japanese cannon balls combed out of the Czars fur over coatA threeyearold going lochurcl for the first time was much sur prised when he recognized one of his fathers friends taking up the collection Look mother look he cried Theres Mr Brown I didnt know he was a conductor iI see John Hippo says he was not disappointed by the result of the election Thats one good thing nhout a Prohibition candidate he is ahvayj prepared for the worst and he al vays gets RepublicanI = know a good joke in this campaign Democrat Spring her And the Republican was so rat led that he forgot ih The war that is engaging th attention of Russia at this time will ncrease the number of people of polish in that empire apparently What gives you that idea It appears that Russia is bdng japanned to a finish lilecliou day is like a bridge And when at last ti crossed Some will declare the countrys safe And some will say were cst Mr MorganAl she has such delicate curves in her mouth Fannie enviouslDld you ever see her eat corn off the ear Cocqliquot remarked the Mikado complainingly Id like to know what in Samala Hillio is the reasou that my wines are serv ed to me in jugs nowadays instead of in bottles as they were before the war UVe have no bottles left oh Majesty replied the faithful first geutletnanofthe boozebin Ev cry single one we had here in the palace is at presenj occupied by a Russian fleet Your apology Cocqilquot is accepted said the Mikado but do not let it occur again sI could not if I would replied the high official for there are no other Russian fleets LIl HSTO r Sam Magee is in Cincinnati this tekD S McKinney and W C Mullins made a short visit to LaFallete Tenn this weekTh Lady Maccabees will give an ice cream supper about the aotbJno Shearer moved his family Wednes day into one of Mrs Sue Mulling cottagesMrs Ed Wood allvisit ted her mother Mrs Benjamin Sutton at Mt Vernon SundayIrv- ine Chewnihg who was hurt in a wreecknear Jellico last week is getting along as well as could as could beexpectedDr W J Chtldress Rush Johnson John R Carter A N Bentley J H Ha gan and other went to London Monday on Masonic business Mr and Mrs Robert Gray and Mr and Mrs R C Ross of Coy ington are the guests of Mrs Sue Mullins Mr and Mrs Brack Graves visited Mrs Claude Lin ville at Paris last weekMrs Sue gueststwithday afternoon Mr anil Mrs Fred = T10iat- Il ij raves Hiniiing lalfera visit vuh their tXircnt Mr and Mrs BnCk1 GrdesThe Lnd Maccabees havet opened tIp an ice cream parlor in the room next to the postcffice Also the Ladies Aid Society of the CLristiau church hove BowImanStreet Kverybjdy should keep cool and the ladies well pUronized a hey uc all working for a good eltlc J C Hockcr and Miss Hattie Orndoiffwere the quests of Mrs O Speed at Stanford Sunday and Monday Mrs S E Welsh returned to Berea Tuesday after a isit with Mrs John FowlerMrtu- sd Mrs Jas Parsoous and boys of Wildie spent the Four th with lr and Mrs Jas McGuire Miss Bertha Grjver returned to her home at Majsville alter a pleasant visit with Mrs Lawrence Dicker sonClms Cooper is home again after an e tenledvisit at Crab Orchard Postmaster G D Cook Miss Lida Cook Messrs Cotton Piulpot and Bond went to L01 don Tuesday as witnesses in the ex amining trialof Frank Johnson vho robbed the post office lieu iast week He was taken to Coy ingtonF Davis is at St Louis enjoying the sights at the Wotlu tairV Mc Johnson spent Sun day with the homefblks at Lan casterMrs John Fowler Mis Nora and Stanley left Tuesday fo Valley View Mrs Fowler will take a trip to California before she returns home for the benefit of h r Dee Martin and family re turned to Paris Tuesday Miss Cora Adams acted as deputy post mistress during the absence of Mis Lida CoakMr and Mrs Jas Griffin and son Ralph and Mr and Mrs Geo S Griffin of MI Vernon spsnt the Fourth hen with Mesdames Geo Griffin Jas Hall and David GriflintIrs Houston McFerron of Pine Hill spent Sunday with her daughters Mrs W J Childress and Mis InspecIMessrs Clark of Uondon were in towi Tuesday Miss Bessie Mullins Mt Vernon is hell the guest of Miss Cora Adams Miss Katie Lei B hit ore is visiting Miss Dora Dick efaon at Brodhead Miss Grace McOallj of Maretburg is the guest of Miss Jewell Francisco at tht Eight Gibles iIotehis Lou Anna Wniteheul of Mt Vernon iis visiting her brjther and sister Mr and Mrs Bert Whitehead Mr and Mrs Hanre Steele of Lou don ere guests atv the Fowler Hotel D5satcfijers Me Iim e e Wright Nance mcSoden were in Louisville ths first of the veek Misses MaynlTjones of Mt Ver non and Millie Owens of Bar bourville were the guests last week of Mrs Geo GrifhinA carload of folks started for the Worlds Fair Monday hut were put off at Hazel Patch They all report a good time Among them were John Howell Will Tubbs Harry Lee and otltersMrs E S Ehroie entertained a few friends Sunday in honor of Cousin Eli jahs birthday anniversary Mr and Mrs Jas Aldrich Mrs Mad dux and Miss Anna Walton were presentRev Giles B Cook of Corbin will hold Episcopal services at the Presbyterian Qchurch next Sunday night July loh at 730 piii DAILY TOURIST SLEEPERS TO CALIFORNIA Iron Mountain Route operates Pullman Tourist Sleepers St Lcuis to California leaving 830 a m daily via Little Rock Tex arkana Dallas Foit Worth and El Paso The Ideal Route to Califor ninoFast Schedule cheap Colonist rates in effet daily during months of March and April 1904 to California aud the Northwest Pullman tourist sleepers via Missouri Pacific Railway leave St Louis every Thursday 9 a m from Kansas City Wednesdays Thursdays and Fridays 630 p m going via Pueblo D R G sys tern through Glenwopd Springs Salt Lake City to Ogden etc Homeseeker aud Colonist rates to various points in the West and Southwest every first and third mapIR T G MATTHEWS TPAIRoom 30 raar i8tf Louisville Ky J THE SUDAYBIBLE SCHOOL Lesson in the International Stries for July 10 1OO4tere 1u s I tolatry Prepared by the Highway and Byo way Preacher Copyright br J M Edson LESSON TEXT Kinss 122533 Memory Verses 2830LThen Jeroboam built Shechem Mount Kphraim and dwelt therein and went out from thence and built Penuel- And Jeroboam said in his heart Now shall the kingdom return to the house of David If this people so up to do sacrifice In tie house of the Lord at Jerusalem then aha1 ikf heart of this people turn again unto their lord even unto nhoboarniUlns of Judah and they shall so again to Rehoboam kIng of Judah Whereupon the king took counsel and rade two calves of gold and said unteitheta It Is too much for you go Jerusalem behold thy gud 0 Israel rttIcJ brought thee up out or thE land or Pl And he set the ono In Bethel and he other put he In Dan And this thing became a sinfor the jtcplc went to worship before the oneteven nto Dan And he made anhouse of high places rd made priests of the lowest of the peo Ie which were not of the sons of Levi Anti Jeroboam ordained a feast In the rshih month on the fifteenth day of the aotith like unto the feast that In Judah nd he offered upon the altar So did he Beih sacrificing unto the calves that e had made and he placed In Bethel tht riests of the high places which he had lade 3 So he offered upon the altar which he ad made In Bethel the fifteenth day ol e eighth month even In the morrlh which e had de1sd of his own heart and or jined a least unto the children of Israel id he offered upon the altar and burn cenee TIlE LESSON Includes besides the let n text the thirteenth and fourteenth aplers of Kings wherein are recoruec us warning and retribution upon reboam The fulfilment of the propiu s oi the prophet of Judah against tit tar at Bethel and that of Ahljah th rophet against Jereboam and hi tamlje- corded In Kings 211516 and KIng jjZt shouifl be read GOLDEN TEXTKeep yourselves am JdosI John 1521 TIME Ccmmon Chronolfcgy B C PLACES Jereboam s capital at fits chtchem and later TIrzah among thi ills a few miles north of Schechem ark bethel and Dan where the two goiden- aives were placed vents in Israel During Jereboams Reign Prophecy against altar at B hellings 3Ahijahs prophecy against Jereboam and jreboams house1 Kings 14t20 Deleat of Jereboam by Abtjah king of idah2 Chron vents in Judah During Jereboams Reign Death of Rehoboam In about the elght Lnth year of Jereboams relgnl Kings t4I Abijam called Abijah In parallel ages In Chronicles son of Rehoboam- ade klngt Kings 1517 Death of Abijam In twentieth yeti of jereboams reign and beginning of reign it good King Asal Kings 158 Jomparing Scripture with Scripture Jereboam said in his heartCom- are words in verse 33 Instead of tak ng counsel of God he searched in hU tnn heart for the solution of problems f his kingdom Now shall the kingdom return t he house of DavldComp prophecy f Ahijah in 1 Kings 113138 Had Jere oarn believed Gods word from what in would he have been kept and what unlshment he would have been prcd Jereboam acted on expediency iiiexpediency is worse than folly if r lie at the sacrifice of righteousness tud truth He who rusts in his own cart and takes his own way is a Del To run before God Is to sink needeep into the swamp We mus nake all things after the pattern town us on the mount and take our ime from Gods almanac What a ontrast to the course of Jereboam was hat of the Son of Man He would do lothing of Himself His eye was al vays on His Fathers dial plate and lius He knew when His time was not yet fulfilled He was always consult mthe movement of His Fathers will and did only those things which He saw His Father doing Similarly make OhOLord seek not mine own will but the will of Him that sent Me Meyer IniquityMadetory Made priests of the lowest of toe people Sacrilege Ordained feastGodless Pre sumption Idolatry Jereboam broke the ond of the ten commandments and paved the way for the breaking of the first and third under later kings not ably Ahab In this day we need to re latryColworks of the flesh or the natural man Gal 520 and that we must flee from idolatry if we would escape this sin 1 Cor 1014 and John 521 Sacrilege The Levites had been set offlrpNnmassign to the sacred function thos from among the lowest of the ple was a great and awful sin Godless Presumption Jereboam changed the feast of Tabernacles from the fifteenth of the seventh to the fifteenth of the eighth month Gods tISeed Thoughts Unbelief lay at the root of Jereboams mistakes and it lies at the root of all sinJereboams scheme of worship was one he devised in his own heart and the very same thing may be said of many of the modern schemes ot worship worshipHimin truth Jereboam sought selfglory rather than Gods gloryE A ministry purely manappointed will never prove anything but an abomina tion In thesight of God SUPPORT I SCOTTS serves u bridge to carry the weakened and starved system along until it can find fm supot in ordinary food- ice SCOTT BOWiJE Chemists lear Yort tocaadoo druggist QUAlTKlUjY UEPOWIITIe lIon oi lit c business Juiu iO iHU 1LESQUFCE- anti Disc unts 1583201 trtlntftt ttcured 017 Due from Nell u Hanks 000043- Mortisices 238096 p t92l- IirreIey etuI 867t24 Furniture anil FixtiiTVs 2j urrent Exjieiispa luslqiiartcr f3l 1504 9 Id iI 1Imt111l ipilul Slock paid in in cash 0 rplus fuiiil lWTffl- Uiuliviiled profits 450235 Deposits subject to ckcck on which iilfrfst is not paid C27C310 lute Nrtional liinks 12855 8389480 SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of iiidrliteiliieM of nnJ tockjiolder person company or firm vludig in the liability of the cosipauy or firm the liability of the iiulividiiiil nieinlrti ttieriof directly or indirectly if such indebt e ess eic eils Ct per cent of capital sock actually paid in und actual iio nt of cur pjus of the Hunk None Ugliest amount of iiidcbttVn ss of any recto rllr officer if amount of itch iiidbt ediicss exceeds per cent of paidup cij tal stock of the hanknone Does auiouut of indebtedness of any per ooiipnny or finn including in the hall iy of the company or firm the liuliiiity of lie individual members thoreof exceed er cent of paidup capital nod actual sur of last oividenil prr cent 120 Veie all expenses losses interest anti tax s deducted therefrom before delating divi lendand was riot less tliiu per cent of et profits of the Hank for the period cover n dy the dividend carried to the surplus mud before soul dividend was delirelYes STATE OF KENTUCKY lss oiii ty of Hockeastle J L Richards wsuier of TIe Batik itlt Vrnon a located nnl doing j tsiness in the town of Mt Vernon in said ounty being duly sworn says the foregoing report is in all rexpects a trie slvtenieni ti tie coudlliou of the said hanktut the close business on the day of June UHi to tile best of his knowledge and belief and urther says that the bustnss oi sai Bank ms been transacted at the location uamer nd not elsewhere anti that the above re port ismadi in compliance wilt au official otice received from the Secretary of Stan designating the 3J day of June IJM as the Jay on which such report shall be made W L Richard cashier J E honk Geo Lvesay S II artia directors Subscribed anti swurn to before me by L Richards the 2nd day of July 19Htf ES ALBRIGHT X f U C My commission expires Feb 100 STATE OF OHIO City of Toledo IUKIS County J FRANK J CHENtY makes oath that h1 j senior partner of till firm of F J CUE EYCO doing business in theCiiy os County null State aforesaid tha aid firm will pay the sum of ONE HUN DltED DOLLA for each anil ever case o Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use oi Units latarrh Cure FRANK CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed In mj jiresenoe this lay of December A GLB SON ISEALl Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure is tafcn internally ind acis drectly on the blood aud mucoii urfaces of the sjsieiii Send for testimo lials fret- llcJrs F J CHENEY CO TiJeilo Sold by all Druggist eta Halls fatally Pills are the best Full nfany a maid of haughty mien Is wooed by lover brave When courting her she his1 queen And after that his slave Mr fJryati is of the opinion that thre will be trouble at St LouK rveu if he lids to make it him self THIS ISA- Presidential Year AND YOU MUST KEEP POSTED THE WAY TO DO THIS IS TO READ TH- EcklyCollrioriollrn Henry Watterson Editor TWELVE PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY 1100 IYEAR SOCIAL REVENUE RRFORlIrl l MORAL REFORM THE COURIER JOURNAL Issue the best ALMANAC published Send 35 cents for a copy- COURIERJOURNAL CO LOUISVILLE KY By Special Arrangement you can get the fhl Yerrion 21na1 AND THE tM GfloriBFJfliinial BOTH FOR ONLY1qO lThis is for CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS only All subscriptions under this combination offer must be sent through Jhe SIGNAL offiie- SUBSCRIBE FORTHij- SIGN4L KruegerMT KY THE PLACE TO GET YOUR ho2S Dry Goods of all kinds We make a specialty of Skirts and Shirtwaist goods We have the goods we have the pricp to please the trade We are now making room for fall goods If you want Bargains callas we must make the room if we have to sell at a loss Call and buy your summer goods StLouiscsTh and these The Celebrated WAYS preferable nice bility superior JONAS McKENZIE Sole Agent- Mt Vernon 3eggacc GRANVILLEOWENSl I UNDERTAKER K Brodhead Ky 1 UI Telegraph Telephon Promptly I7vS B1 RAMSEYF- or Fresh Meats of all Kinds a trial we please yon tell MEAT deliveied in town SHOP basement opnosite Court house Queen Crescent Route ISHORTEST LINE AND QUICKEST SCHEDULES BETlCN Cincinnati Lexington Chattanooga Knoxville Asheville Charleston Savannah Atlanta Jacksonville Birmingham New Orleans Shreveport and Points Trav Passr Agt Main Lexington Ky W ARRETT Oft Mgr C RINEARSON Gen II Holy sh wLast Friday there a show the church and it called the peep show Several people them a platform built op the outside to Took at topsy andwhile the peeping act the platform fell and one of them were seriously injured and ore rell into tqe hog lot and just arely caped upHamlin tI Va Republican Ayer Pills Want your moustache or beard- abeutifuIbrownerrIcb1ack Use IF 1 Sons Clothingand 91l TafljS oe For fitting Style and Dora they have no Ky FCLL LlNE Collins Caskets and Robes All Mail or orders q Filled Jr Give ns and if tell others if not ns any part of in Texas E N AIKEN 89 E St A G W Pass Agt A nght was in at this place ws had in doing heing et A NO PITY SHOWN For years fate after me con tinuously writes F A Gulledge Verbena Ala I had a terribe case of piles causing 24 tumors Wqen all failed Bucklens Arnica- S he cured me Equally good for burns and all aches and pains On- 25c at all druggists ICall at the SIGfAt office for In s vance IWakeBUCKINGHAMS DYE rim en or Bc lfamoatuIloco luassj TiTVERNQ1j I 79 Cntt up No you wunt to SIGNALZcut with Ij J I LOUIS URRJ TIME TABLE 24 north 1206 p II 26 north 308 a m 23 south 129 p m 25 South 105 a m lAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Etrrdat the uL rr acla matter PERSONAL Oscar Urpck is visiting relative hereE B Cox was in the city this weekU G Biker was in Frankfort Bettie Williams has been quite sick Mrs Gus Stayerson is very S- Eriously ill Pleas Sink letons grandfather was the first man to mine salt peter in Rockcastle Elmer Han el John D Miller and Elmer Lechleiter wereat home for the 4th Mrs Gran Adams visited Cra Orchard friends from Saturday until TuesdayS and family took ii the Berea fair Monday and Tues dayBurdette McKenzie has a job News butch between St Louis an has been given the position of assistant agent at Crab Orchard depot L W Bethurum and family are visiting tie family of L S Jone Middlesborough Leslie Hatbor of Preachersvillee was here a few days this wtek vis fling S C Franklin Miss Bessie Reynolds is vkitin buss Fannie McClure She willI teach the Piney Branch schooltJ Henry Fish was over at Cra Orchard acd Stanford fit st of wee visiting relatives and old frieudsI Miss Fannie McClure will teach the Conway School Mrs Georgia McClure will teach the Callowat school Jopephus Morgan and George Dishon were here the guests of Mr and Mrs G S Hiatt latter part of last week Miss Lillie Butner has returned from De Land Fla She will be one of the teachers in the Brod head school Dr Lovell Jamts Houk and John Austin the insurance man have been fishing and seining in and around Langford several days this week Pleas Singleton the man who has sported the logest mustach Rockcastle was in town Wednes day and like Sampson was sho of his strength Buttermilk the work A big fish fry was enjoyed by over 100 people on July 4thon Roundstone between Orlando a Langford Seventy pounds fish were caught and fried Maladies fly were present and did the cooking Everyone enjoyed- outing LOCAL Hydeu is now connected by telephone to other parts of the world It is reported that an oil drilling outfit has been shipped to Brod head to begin work on a tract miles out Berea now has a telephone into McKee Jackson county wh gives our people two rues into that place The SIGNAL would be glad to hear from all former Rorkcastle citizens who are now living in other counties or States Tell us when you left the county and what you are engaged at present Parks Reynolds fatherw liere oa a visit to Parks was taken sick and died and was back to his old home in Knot ty Monday for burial DEATlIA dispatch from BIn fields W Va announces the d of Mfs Helen Hicks the William Hicks She had been in yeVisitsresorts aided to prolong her life but failed to restore health is said the Standardatd Oil Co IIt leases in this county It tful as to whether our pea p e ges anything out of it The companys history shews up to the dis advantage of the citizens It may be years before a drill is started if ever where lands are leased by said company The Crab Orchard Fair ard Racing Association will hold it annual meeting July 27 sA and agth 1904 Show Ring in the forenoon racesI Running Trotting and Pacing in the afternoon Many outside attractions Reduced raihoad rates R H BRANAUGH jul83t W D WAILRN PresI On Saturday July 30th 1904 competitive examination will be held in the office of Supt G M Ballard for scholarships to State College Lexington This count is entitled to two to the college proper and four to the normal department We urge upon the young people of the county who are striving to get an education to take advantage of this splendid opportunity Many persons from this section will visit St Louis during the Worlds Fair and one important matter is hotel accommodation This paper can heartily recommend the American Hotel because it is the best located gives the best service andcharges the most rea tenable rates of any in the Worlds Fair district Tlie Americas Ho 1let is situated immediately opposite the main reOlivethe entrance to the hotel svhll several other lines run within lift feet of the hotel The Wabash Shuttle train depot is within on Americandr Jhe iaiisevery detail in the care of guests is admirably carried out under dire ton This hotel is nearest to th Pike mid here is where you wiltI gresupshe day lired and ready for bed vott ITt right at jour hotel without rush or scramble for crowded streetcars The rates are most reasu 8hie on the European plan 100 or person per day while on perdtYers Jakcertain that there will be no extor- iotn if you stop at the America Hotel BOOKS SELECTED The books selected by the County Commissions and adopted by the State Commission together with the contract price and the exchange price which litter is and e rtiethe law fifty per cent lower th the contract price are as follows Pries Each Retail Exchange The Modern Pro uounciagSpejl r 0 12 06 McGuffeysEciec cItic Primer 10 05 McGufieys First Reader 12 06 McGuffeys Se doinReader 20 io McGuffeys Third Reader 27 13 frdCIAlcGuffeysReader 45 22 RaYr Modern Pri adRays Modern Ele niety Arithmetic 25 12 Rays Modern Prac otale 20 40Natural 20 40Longsguage Exercises Part 1 12 Longs New Language Exercises 3Part II 17 c8 Longs New Lan guage Lessons 25ich 12 8uaSe Lessons 25 12 HatveysNevtEnIglish Grammar for Schools 40 Maxwell Smiths Writing in En New 5Century 32 inmentors Physi 27ilemediate Physi 15rnuaHstory of U S 40 20 Eclectic History 35Kinkeaps 32PetermansGovernment 43 22 Rrtional Writing Books 540 per dozen or 50 each f I SPIHNDID WxEATMr W B Whitehead brought to this office this week several heads of wheat raised bv Mr Josh Pariett en the farm which he bought some time ago from Mr Wnitchead The heads are well filled many of then containing six grains to the mash The wheat is here for any one to inspect who would like to do so goodlyJto examine and see what cat be done in the county More wheat raising is what we need Mr Par tell came here from Jackson county and like our good friend Ike Bowman who was also a Jackson iu is a splerd d citizen ana tt wish some more like him would come SOME ROCKCASTLE PEOPLE ARE DOING YAhel Pennington is doing good as foreman in Sparks quarry at- M uUins Stajjon Dr J H Lawrence is the lead ingphysician and druggist in Hy den Leslie county Telephone connections were made two weeks ago with other portions of the State via Manchester and London Isaac Dooley the MullinsStation merchant is a worker aqd is getting there with both feet Jake Bray Boy Bray Bob Bray Lee Bray is cutting wheat on man with many names and he can play the fiddle also Dr Price has the thanks of the writer for column iNov 2 of Twenty Years Ago which wa some time ago and dul eIn or about the year 1780 c and Mitchell Marel emigratedfrom citele and Jack or Jackie as he was famil whatnow is eclargee g grand great and atgreatgraiid children The peculiar situation is that after more than a hundred and twenty years only three male members of the Rcnn today whose ages are more than 21 They are Alvah a son ofeMitchell Maret James a granns ofjackie Maret and Lloyd sort mes Mart William Maret sv at Parksville Tuesd left totalrnsix to bear the family name Dan and Taylor Brown are ri retired farmers at Skidmore Mo Dr S W Brown has a large and lucrative practice at Commerce TexasJoseph Brown is a successful c raiser near Ladonia Texas the J Smith who left Level Green neighborhood some twenty years ago is in grocery business at Ft Smith Ark Frank Ramsey who was an orphan boy left old Rockcastle many years ago is now the president of a bank in Crawfordsville Ind Pres id of an insurance company and wnsproprrty telephone lines etc to the value ofi5oooo Bill Gresham who moved near the mouth of Skaggs some years ago is running a cotton farm near Lipon Texas Wm Bussell has married Tex and now has a helpmate on his e cotton plantation in the Lone Star State John Renner one of best men is doing wellat Grove MoinFrancis Bloomer is following his trade blacksraithing at Thorr field Mo 06terse Williams 1853 is a merchant and farmer Carthage Ill Emigrated W H Williams 1853 is in the mercantile and farming business at Aztec N M 1885bookkeeper s isI Co East St Louis Ill 20Judge Campbell Carson 1851 who lived where R L Bray now resides at Wabd left large prosperous family in Misso uriare The Dysart family who left RockI 10Isettled near Carthage Illaadmany relatives James McQuerry 1845 married a daughter of John A is32lyet drug1usiI successful farmernear Rock Island Ill Joseph Sullen is farming in la than Territory James Hizfs the jewelry bui ucsbin Texas Henry Pennington is assistant m uiager for Siger machine htu i ness in Richmond and surrounding counties ItnbersStanfordCharley Whitelieul is studying pharmacy and clerking in a Louis vilfe drugstore Overtop 11ti ers is itiiiitiiig a drugstore in Piiieville Ky Ell Jones is telegraphing at Cum hcrlaiid Gap Charlie Lticlileiter is woiking in the St Louis Fair W IL Jordan who married a aJosephsuccessful lawyer and iudge is living in Carthage Tex Judg = G Wash Smitha son ofi Gen Smith died of Yellow fever in 1873 in Columbus Tex He left an estate valued at 400000 Louis L Smith brother of W T Smith and Billy Smith their father died in Arkansas some years ago 4eAmerica John Poynter is firming near Jime5to n Indiana 2s1thisand Mrs M J Miller Mrs Eliza herb Williams Mrs Mary Carter Smd M C Miller NElisha Terrell who left here forw years ago was last heard often years since in Arizona where he ow and was running a big sheep ra ch James Joplin Jr is farming near Republic Mo Joe Joplin Jr is merchandising in Missouri George Joplin soy of Joseph Joplin Sr is preaching fora Mt ling church highofinhoofBennett and Jim Chesnu are successful farmers near Brazoria Tex chAbout 1841 Maret Singleton and Green Fish emigrated West one went to Kansas the other to Mis metea period of 50 years Each Kenatone new others intentions On a train this side of St Louis they struck up a conversation Mr Fish told his destination and mentioned how long it had been since he left Kentucky soil Mr Singleton remarked that his old sweetheart whom he married back in Rockcastle was named Fish Yes you old rascal you are my brotherinlaw They took a months visit in old Rockcastle John Boreing is farming near Nashville Tenn Lester Coffey is doing bridgework on lines between Texas and Missouri Aster McGuire is clerking at Donerail TonI Coffey married in Califor plantationAshare g well at farming near Villa Grove lit W C Martin of the Climax neighborhood is making a success in the same locality W T Brooks is doing a big drug business in Paris Sam Brown went from Lev Green and is practicing law McAlister I T The Successful traveling men or drummers of Rockcastle are R B Mullins F L Thompson M C Williams and Ked Single ton IIEARTSarained by indigestionr If yo eat a little too much or if you an subject to attacks of indigestion the stomach expands swells und puffs up against the heart This crowds atleftand heart disease DyspewhoP es the sit sin off the heart cures indigestion dyspepsia sour stomach and contributes nourishment strength ajifl health to every organ of the b9y Sold by Chas C Davis the druggist 33ecK K r 3o 6 Q A L I v rYri cTf FORTHE iIT SPRUJG TRADE r v i WE have just received our tnew stock of Spring Goods W which is the best and most lti icomplete assortment ever i 1 rto town r- WEHAVE C j 1t i What You Want i 7 Come and examine our stock and see if we are not i correctjit ii RiLadies and Gents Furnishings W We take the lead Come ta p see us get our prices iandyou will be convinced 6 N that we are right Q HOUKADAMSPhone i lr j r7 lrv4 v v W r oo nni The Strength- of the coffee you buy adds to its value in the c- upLfl Coffee L comes to you fresh and of full strengthalways in sealed airtight packages Bulk coffees lose their strength deteriorate in flavor and j also gather dirt freohneu f IletrenetS are lalnred n or Lion Cottoe LNCheap Rates WORLDS FAIR RATE The L N have made the fold lowing rates which will be effect ice April 25th and lasting until the close of the exposition For season tickets from Mt Vernon and return good until Dec 151925 Sixty day excursion rates for re turn tript6ro Fifteen day ex cursion rates 1405 The L N will sell tickets 10 St Louis on each Tuesday and Thursday during the month of June at 9 85 round trip limit ten days Low rates over the L N to Cincinnati 0 account of the meet ing of the Grand Lodge B P O Elks July 1823 1904 Final limit of tickets August 4th The L N system will sell re duced rate tickets to Louisville ac count of the Biennial Conclave Knights of Pythias meeting which takes place August 1620 1904 Tickets limited to September loth Tee L N offers a 261 rate to Winchester and return Septr and 19 limit Sept 24 account of the Kentucky Christian Mission ary Convention el4yers Ayersr tonyour gray every time Follow directions and it never fails to do this work It stops Vigorefallingof the hair also Theres great satisfaction in knowing you are not goingjto be disap sohit Lair until about white It took just bottle ft Arers Hair to restore it to former dirk rich rnltr 0nlt claim for ttIrAU IiooaANioctln2lianiiC a bottle J c ASE die AWn = for Fading Hair Icallat SIGNAL insured office and get Go To Chas C Davis Drugstore FOR urugsLuemlca 1C rtoRtc end Oils ALSO IfI Dmnple e Line AND of Pharmaceuticals I Toilet Articles Gallore 6GDay or Night IOHAS C DAVIS Pharmacist VERNON KY ors WILLIS GRIFFINPractical Undertker and FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Kv Stock Complete IIFINEEmbalming 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 hERS bywire Promptly Filled Phone No 63 The World All Knows The Louisville Henderson and St Louis Railway the always popular Henderson Route is the W orair LineIf you have a trip in view to Evansville Ste Louis or to any point in the West or Southwest ASK US FOR RATES Us If there are reduced in effect on account ofI ExIAgent Traveling gr Agt L J RWlfI General Passenger Agent Louisville Kentucky IWoRiVisI1I 1fJJnFJsFor 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies And Ask First rates lasz ni YBrrt30Ta7 BY Ax C UGGrxaXsi LOUiiSo MT VEBNON SIGNAL IcMT VERNON Ky JULY 8 1904 79 con rip No 70 whenyou vunt to Communl cute with SIGNAL 79 fL o WW TIME TABLE 24 north 1206 p m 26 north 308 am 23 south 129 p IP 25 South 105 a m TAS LANDRTJM Agent Phone No 58 EaurcdaUbe Pstro6te tee aclnl man matter PERSONAL Oscar Brock is visiting relatives here E B Cox was in the city this week U G Btker was in Frankfort opMrsquite sick Mrs Gus Stayerson is very se riously ill Pleas Singletons grandfather was the first man to mine salt peter in Rockcastle Elmer Hansel John D Miller and Elmer Lechleiter wereat home for the 4thrMrsGran Adams visited Crab Orchard friends from Saturday un til TuesdayS and family took ii the Berea fair Monday and Tues day Burdette McKenzie has a jobas News butch between St Louis and Springfield Lloyd Maret has been given the position of assistant agent at Crab Orchard depot- L W Bethurum and family are visiting the family of L S Jones Midtlesborough Leslie Harbor of Preachersville was here a few days this wtek visiting S C Franklin f Miss Bessie Reynolds is viviting Miss Fannie McClure She will teach the Piney Branch school J Henry Fishwas over at Crab Orchard and Stanford fist of week visiting relatives and old frteuds MissTannie McClure will teac the Conway School Mrs Georgia McClure will teach the Galloway school Jopephus Morgan and George Disbon were here the guests of Mr and Mrs G S Hiatt latter part of last week Miss Lillie Butner has returned from De Land Fla She will h one of the teachers in the Bro head school Dr Lovell James Honk and John Austin the insurance man have been fishing and seining in and around Langford several days this week Pleas Singleton the man who has sported the logest mustach in Rockcastle was in town day and like Sampson was shorn of his strength Buttermilk did workA fry was enjoyed over 100 people on July 4th on Roundstone between Orlando and Langford Seventy pounds of fish were caught and fried Many ladies were present and did the conking Everyone enjoyed ti outing LOCAL Hyden is now connected by telephone to other parts of the world ItIs reported that an oil drilling outfit has been shipped to Brod bead to begin work on a tract miles out- Berea now has a telephone tine into McKee Jackson county which gives our people two routes into that place The SIGNAL would be glad to hear from all former Rorkcastle citizens who are now living in other counties or States Tell us when you left the county and what you are engaged at present Parks Reynolds father while here oa a visit to Parks was taken sick and died and was taken back to his old home in Knot conn ty Monday for burial DETIIA dispatch from Bin fields W Va announces the death of Mfs Helen Hicks the wife of Willam Hicks She had been delicate health for some years Visits to Colorado and other health resorts aided to prolong her life but failedvtOirestore health is said the Standardatd Oil Co IIt leases in this county It tful as to whether our peo p e ges anything out of it The companys history shcws up to the dis advantage of the citizens It may be years before a drill is start ed if ever where lands are leased by said compinv The Crab Orchard Fair and Rac ing Association will hold it annual meeting July 27 28 and 2Qth 1904 Show Ring in the forenoon and Running Trotting and Pacing races in the afternoon Many outside reattractionsrates R H BRANAUGH Pres W D WAIUW Secty jul83t On Saturday July 3oth 1964 competitive examination will be held in theoffieof Supt GM- Ballard for scholarships to State College Lexington This county is entitled to two to the collegeM proper and four to the partment We urge upon the young people of the county who are striving to get an education to take advantage of this splendid portunity Many persons from this section will visit St Louis during the Worlds Fair and one important matter is hotel accommodation This paper can heartily recom mend the American Hotel because it is Jhe best located gives the best enice andcharges the most rea Doable rates of any in the Worlds Fair district Tile American Ho tel is situated immediately opposite the main entrance of the fair The Olive street car line terminal is at the entrance to the hotel while severalatherliues run within fifty feet of the hotel The Wabash Shuttle train depot is within one minutes walk of the American Mr David Lauber Jhe manager- is an experienced hotel man and every detail in the care of guests admirably carried out under direc ton This hotel is nearest to th Pike and here is where you will spend your evenings Winding tipthe day tired and ready for bed von nl right atjour hotel without rush or scramble for crowded cars The rates are most reason lle on the European plan 100 or each person per day while on zoopedtytndudng r We give this hotel information for he benefit of our patrons It is certain that there will be no extor AmericahBOOKS SELECTED The books selected by the Coun ty Commissions and adopted by the State Commission together with the contract price and the ex change price which letter is node- the law fifty per cent lower than followseEachdExchangeThe nounciogSpeJIeer 012 o 06 McGnffeysEclec 05McGufieysReader 12 06 McGufieys Sesd Reader 20 io Thirds13McGufieys 17McGnffeysReader 45 22 Rays Modern Pri mary Arithmetic 13 06 Rays Modern In 20 10 Rays Modern Ele mety Arithmetic 25 12 Rays Modern Prac 40e 20 40Natural 40Longsguage Exercises Part IrzLongs New Language Exercises 3Part IL 17 c8 Longs New Lan guage Lessons Part III 25 12 Harveys NewIian 25HaiveysNe 12 glish Grammar for Schools 40 Maxwell Smiths Writing in En 32New1nmentary Ehysi 27Newmediate Physi 15EclecticHistory of U S 40 20 Eclectic History 35Kinkeads 32PetermansGovernment 43ry Rrtional Writing Books S4c dozen or 50 each1 J 0 fie r SPLENDID WHEATMr W B Whitehead brought to tbis office this week several head of wheat raised bv Mr Josh Pariett on the farm which he bought some time ago from Mr Wnitchead The heads are well filled many of them containing six grains to the mash The wheat is heie for any one to inspect who would like to do so and we would be glad for a lumber of the Rockcastle fannersI to examine and see what car be done in the county More wheat ParItt came here from Jackson county and like our good friend Ike Bowman who was also a Jackson ite is a spiced d citizen and we wish some more like him would come SOn IIO Itr srillDOING Abel Pennington is doing good foreman in Sparks quarry at ullins Stern Dr J H Lawrence is the lead ing physician and druggist in Hy den Leslie county Telephone con nections were made two weeks ago with other portions of the State via Manchester and London Isaac Dooley the MullinsStation merchant iifa worker aid is getting there with both feet Jake Bray Boy Bray Bob Bray Lee Bray is cutting wheat one man with manynames and he can play the fiddle also Dr Price has the thanks of the writerfor volumnWos 2 of Just Twenty Years Ago which was received some time ago and dul appreciated In or about the year 1780 ack and Mitchell Maret emigratedfrom beMitchellJack or Jackie as he vvas famil- Iarly known settled m what is t countysnear were ex largeeg grand great and greatgreatgr id children The peculiar situation is that after more than a hundred and twenty years three male members of Kenttacky today whose ages are more than 21 They are Alvali a son of Mitchell Maret James a grandson ofjackie Maret and Lloyd sou of James Mart William blare who died at Parksville Tuesday onsix to bear the family name Dan and Taylor Brown are rich retired farmers at Skidmore Mo Dr S W Brown has a large and lucrative practice at Commerce Texas catrnear M J Smith who left Green neighborhood some twenty years ago is in grocery business at Ft Smith Ark Frank Ramsey who was an or phan boy left old Roc castle inany yoars ago is now the president of a bank in Crawfordsville Ind Pres ident of an insurance company and owns property telephone lines etc to the value ofi5oooo Bill Gresham who moved from near the mouth of Skaggs creek some years ago is running a cotton farm near Upon Texas Wm Bussell has married Texan and now has a helpmate on his extensive cotton plantation in the Lone Star State John Renner one of best men is doing wellat As Grove Mo 20Francis Bloomer is following his trade blacksmithing at Thorr fhld Mo 06Jesse Williams 1853 is a merchant and farmer Carthage Ill Emigrated WH Williams 1853 is in the mercantile and farming busi ness at Aztec N M John H Williams 1885 is bookkeeper for Nelson Morris Co East St Louis Ill soJudge Campbell Carson 1851 who lived where R XL Bray now resides at Wabd left a large and prosperous family in Missouri The Dysart family who left Rock castle about the same time also lo cated in the same State Samuel and John Wilson t8 settled near Carthage IUaodman relatives James McQuerry IS45if w married a daughter of John Is3zdruger usi Fredrick Debprd t1865 is a successful farmernear Rock Island 1thanJamesliiis ju tue jetvtliy btBi ncsiiu Texas Henry Pennington is assistant m inager for Siger machine business in Richmond and surrounding counties Ike Herrin isjailr and Robert L Jcnes town marshall at Stan ford Charley Whiteheid is studying pharmacy and clerking in a Louis ville drugstore Overtoil Myers is tanning a drugstore in Pnieville Ky lid Jones is telegraphing at Cum berland Gap- Charlie Leichleiler is working the St Louis Fair W R Jordan who married a daughter of Uriah Albright is ing in Nevada Mo Joseph Hazewood 1859r successful lawyer and iudge is livR ing in Carthage Tex Judgt G Wash Smith a son of Gen Smith died of Yellow fever in 1873 in Columbus Tex He left an estate valued at 400000 Louis L Smith brother of W T Smith and Billy Smith their father died in Arkansas some AmericaIJhiestown Indiana- LeanderHoukI is farming not far from Jamestown Indiana There are five persons living hqre to day who were residents of this place in 1850 They are Mr and Mrs M J Miller Mrs Eliza th Williams Mrs Mary Carter M C Miller EIisha Terrell who left here fortv years ago was last heard of ten years since in Arizona where he owneoSand was running a big sheep rach James Joplin Jr is farming near Republic Mo Joe Joplin Jr is merchandising in Joplin sol of Joseph Joplin Sr is preaching fora Mts S e ling church Edward Reppert is holding a yusinessinChicago fBennett and Jim Chesnu tare suc rmers near Brazoria Tex About 1841 Maret singleton and Greet Fish emigrated West one went to Kansas the other to Missouri In 1891 they had not met for a period of 50 years Each took a notion to visit old Ken tucky Neither one new of the others intentious On a train 1this side of St Louis they struck up a conversation Mr Fish told his destination and mentioned how long it had been since he left Ken tucky soil Mr Singleton remark eel that his old sweetheart whom he married back in Rockcastle was named Fish Yes you old rascal you are my brotherinlaw They took months visit in old RockcastleJohn ing is farming near Nashville Tenn Lester Coffey is doing bridge work on lines between Texas and McGuire is clerking at Donerail Tout Coffey married in Califor plantationhare ing well at farming near Villa Grove IiI W C Martin of the Climax neighborhood is making a success in the same locality W T Brooks is doing a big drug business in Paris Sam Brown went from Level Green and is practicing law in McAlister IT The Successful traveling men or drummers of Rockcastle are R B Mullins FL Thompson M C Williams and Ked Single ton r WEAK HEARTS are caused by indigestion If you eat a little too m chor if you are subject to attacks of in igestllthe stomacu expands swells and puffs up against the heart This crowds breatheRand heart disease is the final result Kodol takeAcures gestion dyspepsia sour stomach and contributes nourishment strength toThealth to every organ of the bony Slt tbyChas G Davits the druggist r 1ii I TE have just received our f new stock of Spring Goods W which is the best and most i complete assortment ever brought to town i HAVEWhat Want t ff J Come and examine our stock and see if we are not f- J correctt IN i Ladies and Gene Furnishings take the lead Come t IWsee us get our prices f you will be convinced ithat we are Tig- htHOUKADAIVISR iPhone 75 MT VERNON KY Krb KV yv ww fOO oq1 The Strength- of the coffee adds to Its value in the cupILion comes to you fresh and of full strengthahvays in sealed airtight packages Bulk coffees lose their strength deteriorate in flavor and also gather dirt Cotfoeya LNCheap Rates WORLDS FAIR RATE The L N have made the fold lowing rates which will be effective April 25th and lasting until the close of the exposition For season tickets from Mt Vernon and return good until nee 151925 Sixty day excursion rates for re turn trip 1610 Fifteen day excursion rates 1405 The L N will sell tickets 10 St Louis on each Tuesday and Thursday during the month of June at 9 85 round trip limit ten days Low rates over the L N to Cincinnati 0 account of the meet ing of the Grand Lodge B P O Elks July 1823 1904 Final limit of tickets August 4th The L N system will sell duced rate tickets to Louisville ac count of the Biennial Conclave Knights of Pythias meeting which takes place August 1620 1904 Tickets limited to September loth Tee L N offers a 261 rate to Winchester and return Septr 18 and 19 limit Sept 24 account of the Kentucky Christian Missionary Convention 4yersYou can depend on Ayers Hair Vigor to restore color to your gray hair every time Followdirections and it never fails to do this work It stops Haifallingofthehairas0 Theres great satisfaction in knowing you are not going to be disap pointed Isnt that so Iiatr nntltltwaaatantwhlte It took Just bottle ct Arers hair to restore lit former dark rich Yur forpa bottle J AtEr co leasiFading Hair rCall at SIGNAL office and get your lpertyinsured Go To Chas C Davis Drugstore rFOR Drugs Chemicals Patents and Oils I ALSO jj fI Complete Line oP PharmaceaBicab i AND GalloreIi CHAS C DAVIS Pharmacist- MT VERNON KY WilLIS GRIFFINPractical Undertkerand FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Ky JLULli Pnmnlpfp FINE HEAKSE Attached Can jnmish Metalic Caskets and have 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 ORDERS by wire Promptly Filled Phone No 63 a The World All Knows The Louisville Henderson and St Louis Railway i the always popular Henderson Route is the Worlds Fair LineIf you have a trip in view to Evansville St Louis or to any point in the West or Southwest ASK US FOR RATES Us If are reduced in effect on account off ExIlisgr Agt L J 1RWIN General Passenger Agent Louisville Kentucky sJj WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGESHost 20 Years ill Worm Remedies And Ask First tnere rates for Has Ltd frBIi73T8lrepanro St LouIf Sold by CHASCfY t t 1 j cr 5000 OO Cash Given iw W t U rs td LION COFFEEWe are going to be more liberal than ever in 1904 to users of Lion Coffee Not only will the LionHeads cut from the packages be good as heretofore for the valuable premiums we have always given our customers but In Addition t the R gu r fwe Premiums the same LionHeads will entitle you to estimates in our 5000000 Grand Prize Contests which will make some of our patrons rich men and women You can send in is many estimates as desired There will be TWO CREt 1 CONTEST The first contest will be on ths July 4th attendance at the Sr Xnuis Vforlds Fair the second relates to Total Vote For President to be cast Nov 8 1004 autoouoo will be distributed in each of these contests making 4000000 on the two and to make it still more interesting in addition to this amount we will give a 1 Grand Fir t i UJh Lion Heads UIFivefrom Lion Coffee Packages and a 2 cent stamp entitle you J I in addition to the reg ular free premiums one vote in I Ito contest 4 WORLDS FA2 CONTEST What will be the total July 4ti itttndsncc at the St LoU 4Worlds Fair At ChiCaCoJuiy 1593lhe attendance was Jmcorrect estimates rcceivetl in Woolson Spice Cern panys oft cc Toledo Ohio on or tefore Juno E4 we will give first prize for the nearest correct eatinsale second przn to the next nearest etc etc as follows FIrst Prle 3250000 Second PrIze IOOOCO I 2 Prizes 50000 eteh 100000 5 Prizes 20000 lOOOOO 10 Prizes 10000 100000 20 Prizes 5OOO- 5O 100000 Prizes 2000w 100000 250 Prizes 1000 250000 1800 Prizes 500 9OCOGO 2139 PRIZES Uu iOlAL S2000000 winning estimate t 427 JJ 97 m1 42ff the Public in addition shall 5000 Grocers Clerks sss In LI05J GQFIFES sssss s grand COMPLETE PARTBGHILARS m ffZJAC AGE COF I COFFEESPICE CO ESEPT TOLEDO ouo r =y Near iclJted Clerk Do solmnly swear t speak tbe truth te whole truth anti tiotliiujj but the truth so help you M Gasars no Im the lawyer for tile defense I G To The WORLDS AT S ST LOUIS 2 7 2 9 usn TIlE KOUTI3 c The Line That Is T Beyond a Doubt iFREERECLINING CHAIR OARS l OPFIcrAi ROUTE FO- RKENTUCKIANS TO ST LOUISA ASK for Our Kates Geo L Garrett Tray Passr Agt L J Irwin General Passr Agt LOUISVILLE KY 4f EH XVe Of Smoking My So I Had To Sit Up t To t Dr Miles Heart Cure tI Cured Me 9fbeie is nothing that has a more deleter ious effect upon the cardiac or heart nerves than the excessive use of tobacco Pain and tenderness around theJeart an oppressive feeling in the chest choking sensation in the throat discomfort from sleeping on the left side and smothering spells at night when the sufferer has to tit up in bed to breathe are the most common symptoms of a weak heart Smokers who led symptoms and who do not understand their meaning should be warned in tme by the following experence I was greatly troubled with an affection ot the heart due I thinlc to excessive smoking On writing to for advice I was directed I to begin a course of treatment which in eluded Dr Miles Heart Cure Dr Miles Nervine and Nerve and liver IHis together with bathing etc faithfully followed the directions given nd am pleased to say Jh3t1my cure is complete and permanent fore beginning the use of your remcaies I was iienous could ivt ktcp ry Ind still ond sufLrel creatli fcm trc1around the heart Many flairs It 110I forced to assume a sitting posture to get my breath and for tha time would seems my heart had stopped From thesieiid4 rusults adilevetl easel c1 recommend Dr andzneno i troubles Yours truly lUJAH HALT Dothan Ala AirdHicsfEts sell and guarantee first tie DrMileS Remedies Send or frr c on Nervous an j Heart Di caEe Lot11 Pr Miles Medical CoEliart Ind to the one who is nearest correct on DiStil contests and thus your estimates have two opportunities of big cuh prize = PEESSBEKTJAL VOTE CONTEST twill be tIe total Popular Vote cart for President votes for candidates combined at the election November la 1X1I ropo voted for President For nearest cor rct estSmates received in Woolioij Spice Cos office Toledo 0 on or before Kor we zivc first prize for the nearest cor rect second prize to the next neJ stereetcas follows Tlrst Prise S250OOO cond lOOOOO 2 Prizes S60OOO eea 100000 Prises 20000 100000 10 Prizes 10000 100000 Prises 5000 u 1OOOOO 50 Prizes 2000 100000 250 Prizes 1OOO 250000 1UOO Prizes 500 900000 ai39 l EI2 TOTAL S2OOOOOO PDistributed to aggregating 4500809 to we give to pariiouiars making total of 5000000 DETABLEB EVERY WOOLSON llrownGreat IGhost OUNC FAIR p 1IKNDERSON Couifortabfe 5 Affected Heart Breathe ro 1loetin UnilSSIONEUS SALE RGCKCASTUJ CIRCUIT COURT Kv W H Jones others iTlff Eq Against m George liarkly tteDef ty By virtue of a judgment and order o sale of Rockcastle circuit court rendered a1 the May term thereof 1904 in the above case foi the sum of to W H Jones 4251 M R Jones 4517 C C andR G Williams 2391 total 11259 Vith interest at the rate of6 per cent per annum from the 6th day of July 1904 until paid and 7500 costs herein shall proceed to oflei sale at the courthouse in MtTrnon Ky at the highest bidder at public auction on Monday the say of July betweeu the hour of 9 oclock a in and 4 oclock IJIbeing county court day upon aci edit 01 six mon this the follow ing property towit A certain tract of land located in Rorfccastle county Ky and bonne ed as follows Located near the headwaters of Roundstone creek in Rockcastle county Ky and bounded as lows On the North and South by the lands of Harris and Chenault oil HenryHarnlit3ands of Wilson Williams anti containing 60 more or less Or ufficient thei e Jf toeor duce the sums of money so proal t be the purchase price the puf chasar with approved surety or se curities must execute bond bear lug legal inter est from the day of sale until paid and having the judgmentBidderwiiibe promptly with these terms M PENNINGTON 11 c R c cICOMMISSIONERS SALE ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT W IL RildeU Plfff EquityJamesBy virtue of i judgment anti order of sale iroekeastle circuit court renI dcrcd at the May term Hhcruof J904J in theabove case for the division among the heirf in the aboue styled Action and cost etc etc I shall pro ceek to offer for sale at the court house io Mt VornonjKy to the highI est bidder at public auction on 11 oni oclock p mbeing county cour- tdayupon a credit of six months the following dcscrilxid property towit I A certain tract of land situated in Rockcastle county Ky on the waters of itoundstone crsokand bounded as follows By tU3Xomvay lands the lands formerly owned by Joseph Mc Clary JohnRoynalds and Robert Rid dell and isthis same land deeded to Julia lhtetihia djthcir Printed blanks to vote on found in I every Lion Coffee age The 2 cent PackIcovers the our aClmowed you that your es timate is recorded What loclioal3959G5p PrIze 9which UONCONTEST I chevrfuiiy acre betweenlthe olllw iii deed book K page 404 and thf same land on which the said Julia A Lair lived at the time of her death aTid contains luG acres more or less but from this bound rry thei is ex about acros on the South1Jlted was soul b the said Julia A Lair V II KiddiU tracing to be sold Sl acres more or less Or sum clout thereof to produce the sums of money ordered to ba mario For the purchase price the pnrchas er with approved surety or securities must execute bond bearing legal terest from tha day of salts until pain and having the fore and effect of a judgment Bidder will he prepared to oouijiiy promptly with these terms M PENXIXGTON c n c c COMMISSIONER S SALE ROCKCASTLE CIHCUIT COURT KY John Gadd it etc by John Penning ton GiitrdfrPitrAgainst Equity Ex Parte Proceedings Def Uy viriue of a Judgment and order of sale of Rockcastle Circuit Court rendered at the May term thereof 104 I shall proceed to offer for salwttt the court house door in Mt Vernon Ky tothehighestbidder at public auction on Monday the rth day of July 104 between the hours of oclock a IP and 4 oclock p mhing county court dayupon a credit of six months the following described prop erty towit A tract of land located in Rockcas tIe county Ky beginning at a stake in Clear creek in line of A TStew arts 2Wi acres and corner of lot No 2 thence with line of same Nt59at4t polls across county road jn all 44J poles to a beech on high bank of road- E23 voles to a small hickory with pointers S80 BUll poles to a ptoue pile between two brandies corner ol lotNo 21n line of 50 acre tract ol John Gadd thence with same N27 FA poles and 3J feet tostonepile in patch between two whiteoaks and buckeye NIP Ytt poles toapoplar stump just below a spring corner also to J J Berry thence with his line NS U VJS2 poles crossing county road to a stake in Clear creek cornet to A WT Stewart lOa acres with sycamore pointer thsnce S17 E43 poles up uj feet to the beginning containing 28 acres Or sufficient thereof to produce tie pumsof money so ordered to be made For the purchvs3 price the purchas er with aproved surety or securities mustexecute bond tearing legal terest from the day of sate until paid and having the force and effect of a Julgmant Bidder will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms M PENNINGTONM c lL c c QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS To the Q atm A column referr ed MtslI Peiiniiigtou for answers 1St There was no less than twen ty present Correct this if neces sarjV y 2nd rlovv uiany participles has each terb and vEt airlKej i F I f OUA1L Plenty of rain and crops are lo ik jurt verr well Oats are extra jgiod Mrs Squire Cummm has bet u very sickMrs Wilmoth Elder is improving slowlyMrs Ntui n Cress has a very severe case of malaria fever Wheat harvest is about over end Logan Hasty has the brag en p cf this country consisting if 18 acres Thtf best we ever saw in the oour ty acres11DhAD diseasesV Bought of Wade Proctor 4 steers at 5250 each S MQr gan bought of John T Hunt 3 steers at 20 and of John Thomp 15I been gathered by Craigs Morgan and Browri con sistingin round numbeia of about 600 at a valuation of about 1800 Pretty good for the Western part Ruckcastle and a small putcf Pulaski IWe IIOW have a daily mail from Q tail to Brodhead except Sunday But the mail does not goon to Bee Lick as it formerly did This dailv mail is a great tlfiit for this Owens who his been attending med cal college at Lon isville for the past 4 years iris re tunic home a whules ailed doctor and will loc t Qjr the river MARRIED Cr Smith and Miss Dessie Riddle daughter of John Riddle Walnut Grove were married on June 29th A K Goocb officia ins Well the people seem to he wel pleaded on this side to know that ve are togeta primary to settle the contest for tIe nomination of n candidate for Congress ands3 they are all going to the polls iert ttill stands largely in the lead in the Brown Precinct and well wager you that it still stands the same when the vote is counted A good man is hard to defeat JOHN J CAUIIOLL 0 jA CANDIDATE FOR APPELLATE JUDOR OF THIS DISTRICT Hpn John D Carroll of New- Castle one of the best known law yers in tlio State has announced as 1a candidate for Appellate Judge in this District subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Car rolls friends especially in the lega- lprofessionhave for a long time desired to see him on the bench of the highest court in the State He has held several offices of trust anti honor and in all of them acquitted himself with credit When quite a young man he served two terms inthe Legislature was a member of the Constitutional Convention and one of the throe commissioners appointed by the Governor to revise the statute laws of the State to con form to the changes made by the constitution and was for three years chairman of the Democratic Stale Central Committee He is the editor of Carrolls Kentucky 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 tegrity great industry with an extensive and accurate knowledge of thaw and in the prime of life his large circle of friends believe he would make a splendid judge Trimble Democrat 3rd Give thepartiiples formed from Is 4th In multiplying 25 x 25 why does it give a product of 0625 instead of 625 5th He commanded James to study ParseJames 6th He commanded that the the lesson be studied 7th What office does that perform in this sentence what part of speech is it and how parsed I know that he is an konest man 8th Those who came to laugh remainedto sing Parse words under quatations 9th Han irresistable force comes in contact with an impenetrable ject what will be the result loth Does the sun warm or heat the earth directly iith Who were the seven wise men of Greece when did they live and why so called I 12th What is the length of a navitieal or seamans mileIDont laugh at a girl because she cant hitthe side of a barn with a briek you might marry her some day then youll be glad of it SSSSSSRNgBUiI The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over SO Vcars lias Dome the signature of has beets made untIe Ills per 12aaeSouth supervision since its infancy Ito one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations smut Justusjjood are line Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against ExperimentI What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine 1101 other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee t destroys Worms und allays Feverishness It cures Dfnrrluua anti Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Foot regulates thin Stomach mid Bowels giving healthy and natural sleen The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Frieit- uOEUSNE CASTORA ALWAYS S3 Benrs the Signature of The KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TU COUy t CIt- fJU M FRENCACKand WEST BADEN Springs In the highlands of Indianaa two hours ride from Louisville there flow wonderful healing waters that youd spend hundreds of dollars to enjoy if they were in Europe A recent visitor from Philadelphia who formerly went to Carlsbad 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 tor recreation are better the hotels and all accommodations are much finer at French LickWest Baden Springs and this gentleman is a native of Switzerland The splendid wooded hills with the coo invigorating air of these highlands where one can er joy rambles in the depths of the forest or rides and drives among the numerous bridle paths and roadways afford pleasure for those who desire rest and quiet while at tl e splendid and exilerating casinos one can have all the entertain3 mint and social pleasure possible at the most fashionable resorts ON THEMONOMROUTE For booklets telling all about the woters Hotel Rates and full information write E H BACON DP A Louisville Ky WINCff T fJ I t Its IWinchestersuits they give Its their entire reliability even ness of temand 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 Riyal 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 BPK DF AT VERNON MT VERNON KY OPENED 1900 CAPITAL STOCK 15000 C C WILLIAMS PRES JAS T ADAMS VICEPRES W L RICHARDS CASHIER A B FURNISH ASST CASH DIRECTORSC C Williams Geo Livesay A T Fish a HMartin Rod Perry J E Honk We solicit accounts of firms and inJividuals Caretul atter tion is given collections entrusted to us Our friends and patrons are invited to call when in town Phone No 55 Commissioners Sale ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT KY Thomas S Barnett By next Friend jtcPPff EquityJuhnnBy virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of Rockcastle Circuit Court rendered at theMay term thereof 1904 in the above case I shall proceed to offer for sale at the court house door in Mt Vernon Ky to the highest bidder at public auction on Monday the 25thday of July 1904 between the hours of 9 oclock a m and 4 oclock p mbeing county court day upon a credit of six months the following described property towit On the North by the lands of W W Coffey and John Dotson oa the East by the lands of of W A Coffey on the south by the lands of Joseph Mc Gee and Jim Brown an 1 on the West by the lands of Lee Coffey and con tabs 76 acres more or le id Ov suffi cient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made For the purchase price the pur chaser with approved surety or seen rities must execute bond bearing legal interest fromthe day of sale til paid and iiavingthe force and jef feet of a judgment Bidder will be prepareto comply promptly with theseerms tl PENStNGTONI1c It or J DeWitfs Little Early Risers The pill that will will fill the bill Without a gripe To cleanse the liver without a quiver Take one at night DeWitts Lhtl Early Risers are small easy to take easy and gen tIe in effect yet they are so certain in results that no one who uses them disappointed For quick relief Irons billiousness sick bead ache torpid liver jaundice dizzi ness and all troubles arising from an inactive sluggish liver Early- Riser are unequaled Sold by Chas C Davis the druggist NOTICE All parties owing me for the year 1903 are earnestly requested to call and settle same These accounts sould have leen settled January i 1904 at least and I think I have been very patient in waiting all this time PJease come at onceJ WOOD jun 3 Orlando Ky The woman with a large mouth has one advantage over her less favored sisters she can talk and be edt the same time u MADE YOUNG AGAIN Cne of Dr Kirgs New Life Pills each night lor two weeks has put me in my teens i cain writes lJempseytownPa or Liver Stomach and Bowels gripeOuly 11ccATTORNliYATLAW MT VERNON KY ofTheBank giventoPhone No So M L MYERSI DentistIWORK OFFICE OldMainthe C C Williams residence PHONE No 73 Will be in office at BRODHEAD every MONDAY noon till Tuesday lioon IJ C McCLARY Undertaker Embalmer llipit IIHobesUrders by Telephone attend cfl promptly Stanford Ky The VERANDA HOTEL JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR Stanford Ky Specially equipped for traveling men Sample room on first floor Bathrooms free to guests RATES 200 ser day W M Francisco MONUMENTAL WORKS Brodhead Ky Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones ALL WORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVEN Frifh Hofef BRODHEAD KY GEORGE JETER PROP Headquarters for Traveling Men Good Sample Room Livery Attached The patronage of Rockcastle citizens specially desired Miller House HUGH MILLER PROPRIE- TORHeadquarters for Commercial Men uarPorter at all trainsi MT VERNON DIRECTORY COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURT Fourth Mon day in each month- QUARTERLY COCRT Fiist Mon thy in each month CIRCUIT COURT Second Mon day in February Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in September MT VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month CHURCHES Services U the Christian Church Preach ing 1st 3r Sundays at II a m and at 73u p m SundayPrayeThe public are cordially invited to attend air services Presbyterian Holds services on the Ith ounday morning and evening Baptist Church Services on the Third Saturday night and Sunday Sunday School at9 a m every Prayer meeting on Tuesday nights MSOIIIC MondayMT VERNON It A CHAPTER No 140li EElS every SECOND MONDAY at 2 tm MACCABEES K OT TEST Xo a meets every Is and 3rd Monday at 730 p a JAS E HOUK Cow CRAb C DAVIS E K ir I S Y J 5OOOOOOCash Giwen Awy to Us rs of LION COFFEEWe are going to be more liberal than ever in 1904 to users of Lion Coffee Not only will the LionHeads cut from the packages be good as heretofore for the valuable premiums we have always given our customers but In AddifiOI tQh R gul r FAPremiums the same LionHeads will entitle you to estimates in our 5600000 Grand Prize Contests which will make some of our patrons rich men and women You can send in as many estimates as desired There will be TSJO cAT CD6rrrEg1l S The first contest will be on the July 4th attendance at the St Louis Worlds Far the second relates to Total wakingtioooooo1 Grand First P i I I Five LionHeads cut from Lion Coffee Packages and a 2 cent stamp entitle you in addition to the reg ular free premiums f one vote in I r Ito contest WORLDS FAiH CONTEST Vhat will be the total July 4th attendance at the St IoclWorlds Fair At ChlcagoJuiy IlS93t attendance was WZ7 For nearest correct estimates received ii YooIsou Spice Corn wiltInext nearest etc etc as follows First Prize S2GOOOO 1 Second Prize lOOOCO I 2 Prize J5OOOO cacti 100000 5 Prize 20000 lOOOCO 10 Prizes 10000 r looooo20 Prizes 6OOO- 6O 100000Prize 2OOO- 25O 100000=Prizes 10OO 2SOOOO 1800 Prtxe 500 900000 2139 PRIES TQlAI S2OOOOOO CONTEST 427g 9Distributed to the Public aggregat 4500009 In addition to which we give to Grocers see particulars LOH GQFFEE eases making s grand tots of 5000000 COMPLETE E5ETASLED PAKTICyLARS BN EVERY COF LION COFFEEWOOLSON SPICE TOLEDO OH5O SNeartiebted Clerk Do you Lsolmaly swear t speak the truth t e whole truth cud noihiiig hut I j the truth so help you Brown Great Gscsars defense Ghost no the lawyer for tile I G OHlC To The WORLDS FAIR A I t I STLOIJIS 5 7 THErcf i J HENDERSON ROUTE p The Line That Is Comfortable sBeyoud a Doubt FREE RECLINING i OARS fiOPFICIAL ROUTE KO- RKENTUCKIAN TO ST LOUlSa ASK for Our Rates Geo L Garrett Trav PassrAgt L J Irwin Passr Agt LOUISVILLE KY i Exces i Io SmoKing Affected MyIearpSo I Had To Sit Up To Breathe Dr Miles Heart Cure Cured Me There is notliing tJiat a more deleter ious effect upon the cardiac or heart nerves than the excessive use of tobacco Pain end oppressivefeetinginthroat discomfort from sleeping on the leftdside and sraothenn spells st nijht when sufferer lias to tit up in bed to breathe are t the most common symptoms of a weak heart Smokers who led symptoms and who do not understand their meaning should be warned in by the following experencec IIwas creatly troujded with otthe heart tiuel think to excessive smoking IOnwritijiztoyoirfor advice was directed to dcludetiNervine anil Nerve and Liver 1ills together with bathing etc I faithfully followed the 1 directions civen j nd am pleased to say Lhatf o my curds complete and perroanent d Iftre use of your eThcHies 1jwas rp nen could n t herry JJnd ftill end suEcrol greatly fioai severe pic around the hesrt Many tires at Uiht f Mould l e forced to assume d sitting jwsturt to get my breath and for the time it theuin4 inmy cafe can checrfaiiy Dr Miles Heart Cure Kestoftit5vcNervincaud t other remedies all suffcreis from heart or nentae troubles Yours truly UirjAll HALT Dothan Ala 4All dhisr rsts stir and guarantee Lot te Drililes Remedies Send Iwok ion Nrrvnin anI Heart Di ease Address Id Pr Miles JMedical Co Eltiart lit f ICall our I I P8E81DEK73AL What will be the total Popular cact for President vote for combined at tho election la 1395951 tweet voted for President For nearest co- rrct estimates received Woolsoij Spice Cos Toledo 0 on or before Kov we will civc first prize for the nearest correct estimate second prize to the next nearest ote etc as follows First Prize rocondPrlse 2 PrIzes ssoooo 100000 Prises 20000 10 Prizes 10000 100000 20 prizes 5000 Prizes 2OOO 2 5O Prizes = lOOO 1800 Prints 500 2139 SEIZES TOTAL S20OOOOO PZE427Siig 5000 in j PACKAGE CO QEPT M Im has recommend OMIJSSIONEBS HALE ROCKCASTLBCIKCUIT COURT KsI TITJoIes others I lff AfainstoJ m George Harkly ttc5Def ty By virtue of a judgment and or der o sale of RockcastJe circuit court rendered at the May term thereof 1904 in the abovecase foi the sum of to W H Jones 4251 M R Jones 4517 C Cand U G Williams 2391 total 11259 with at the rate of 6 per annum from the 6th day of July 1904 until paid and 7500 costs shall proceed to offer sale at the courthouse in Mt Vex non Ky at the highest at public on Monday the 2 say of July between the hour f 9 oclock a in and 4 oclock p ibeing county court day upon a tcieditotsixing property towit A certain tract of land in Rozkcastle county Ky and ed as ifLocatedRoundstone creek in Rockcastle1 county Ky and bounded as On the North and South b the lands oLHarrisand Chenault oil HellryHamlinands of Wilson Williams and con t ining 60 acre more or less Or aufficientmade sums of so praaJ tJ bet For the purchase the pur chasar with approved surety or se curities must execute bond bear s ofalcforce and efltct ofa judgment idderwillThe prepared to comply with these termslM PENNINGTON xc R c c COMMISSIONERS SALE ROCKCASTUV CIRCUIT KY W H Riddel Against PltftIJames Riddel Ky virtue of ju f sale Itockcastle circuit court JcnI tona i Ifetioneek to offer for sxtiat the cpurt house io Mt VernonKy to the highii Monltl1aytheouril a in and 4 clOck p inbeing court St3uponjt credit of six months the followIng tfescrilxid property tofvit A tract of land situated in Rockcastle county on the waters of Kpundstone crsok and bounded as By Conway iand lands formerly owned by Joseph Me clary JohhRoynQlds and Uolwjrt dell and isthis same land RiIJulia A latejulis A IstheirVirc r Li Printed blanks toIon found every Lion Coffee Pack age The 2 cent stamp covers the expense of acknowledgment to you that your es tfmateis recorded VOTE Vote candidates Novembers S26OOOO 100000 eca 100000 100000 1OOOOO 250OOO 900000 shall Clerks CONTEST CHAIR General interest percent herein bidder auction located bound follows lows money pride COURT oclock county certain Sthe vote isIn A LaSs lived at the time of her death and contains acres more or less CXIA Lak W II iiddeW leaving toasold 91 acres moiii or less 01 sum cient thereof to produce the sums of money orJered to ba marla For the purchase price the punch as er with approved surety or securities musteseeuts bond bearing legal in tcrest from tha day of sale until pttand having the forc3 and effect ora judgment Bidder wilt he prepared to coQii ly promptly with these terms if PEN I GTON eRe c COMMISSIONER S SALE ROCKCASTLE Ciucurr COURT KY olin Gadd etc by John Penning on GuardiaPtff EquityEx icrDyof sale of Rockcastle Circuit Court rendered at the Slay term thereof l1Ol I shall proceed to offer for salseat the court house door in Mt Vernon Ky to thehighest bidder at public auction on Monday the 25th day of July 1904 Iwtween the hours of 9 oclock uorm and 4 oclock p mhingcount court dayupon a credit of six months the following described prop rty towit tIeAie county Ky beginning at a stake in Clear creek in line of A W Stew arts 2lr acres and corner of lot No thence with lino of same Nt59at4 poles across county road jn all 44 poles to a beech on high bank of road E23 poles to a small hickory with pointers OSSQEnO poles to atone ile between two branches corner of otNoin line of El acre tract of John hold thence with same E4 poles and 3t feet tostoneplle in patch between two whiteoaks and buckeye JN10 W10 poles toapoplar stump just below a spring corner also toJ J Berry thence with his line N86 WJS2 joles crossing county roadtp a stake in Clear creek cornet to AV1 Stew arts 03 c file beginning containing 28 acrep r sufficient thereof to produce tte umnsofIuoney so ordered to ba made For the purchas3pricej thepurchasf er with aproved or s curitIco ulustexccute paidIai jtoM PENNINGTON c R c QUI4110NSAN1ANSWiITc TIied Mrs M Peuniiigtou f ran swers 1St There was no less than twen ty present Cofrectfethfeif ueces 1i y Ytry c as2ndb dachf i s QUAIL Plenty of rain and crops are lok inrtery well Oats are extra jgld Mrs Squire Cummiu has been very sickMrs Wilmoth Elder is improving slowly Mrs Nain n Cress has a very severe case of malaria fever IWheat harvest is about over end Logan Hasty has the brag cr p of this country ronsisjing if 18 acres The best we ever saw in the oUt ty owing to the number of acres UKAD Mr Nathan Farri aze 71 died ofa complicition of diseases W H Bought of Wade Proctor 4 steers at 1250 each S Mojr gao bought of John T Hnr t 3 steers at 20 and of John Thomp 5I been gathered by Craigs Morgan and Brown cbn sistingin round numbers of about 600 at a valuation of about 1800 Pretty good for the Western part Rockcastle and a small putif Palaski We now have a daily mail from eLickdiilv utah is a great thn for this cannily Walker Owens who his been attending med a1 college at Lou isville for the past 4 years iris re urn el home a whalesiuled dos- tor and will loc ti Qjr the river MARRIED Dr Smith and Miss Dessie Riddle daughter of John Riddle Walnut Grove were married on June 29th A K Gooch officia lug Well the people seem to he weLt pleaded on this side to know we are to get a primary to settle time contest for th2 nomination of candidate for Congress and sa they are all going to time polls iert itill stands largely in the lead in the Brown Precinct and well wager you that it srill stands conntedIJOHN J CARROLL 0 jA CANDIDATE FOR APPELLATE JUDOK OK THIS DISTRICT Hfm John DCarrollof New Castle one of the best known law yersln tho State has announced as candidate for Appellate Judge in this District subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Car rolls friendsespeciallY in the lef professionhave for a long titne desired to see him on the bench of he highest court in the State He has held several offices of trust anti honur and in all of them acquitted himself with credit When quite a young man he served two terms nthe Legislature was a member o f the Constitutional Convention and one of the throe commissioners appointed by the Governor to revise the statute laws of the State to con form to tile changes made by the constitution and was for three years chairman of the Democratic State Central Committee He is t KentuckyfC des Carrolls Kentucky Statutes law books tha are in general use and that may be found in the office of every lawyer in the State A man of high in t grity great industry with an ex tensive and accurate knowledge of t helaw and in the prime of life his large circle of friends believe he would make a splendid judge fTrimble Democrat 3rd Give theparthiples formed from Is 4th In multiplying 25 x 25 why does it give a product of 0625 instead of 625 5th He commanded James to study Parse James 6th He commanded that the the lesson be studied 7th What office does that per In in this sentence what part of peecb is it and bow parsed I know that he is ah konest man 8th Those who came to laugh p remainedto sing Parse words a nder quatationsIgtli han irresistable force comes n contact with an inmpenetrableob jtect what will be the result ioth Does the sun warm or heat ih earth directlyti itb Who were th seven c wise men of Greece when did they and why so called is th What Is the length of a navitieal or seaman S mileIDon t laugh at a girl because she feaprick f you might marry her somet ay then you 4 be glad of it i u s s lASIQRIA i lThe Kind You Have Always Bought and which has beeR use for over 30 cars has borne the signature of 7 a f and has been made under his per Sonal supervision since its infancy I Allow no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and fi Justisgood are hut Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee t destroys Worms anti allays Feverishness It cures Dlnrrhoia and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach Pond Bowels giving healthy and natural sleen The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Frie- xUCASTORIAGENUINE ALWAYS Beflrs the Signature of The KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years COHY UURy rORot i h 6 FRENCH LJCKand WEST BADEN Springs In the highlands of Indianaa two hours ride from Louisville there flow wonderful healing waters that youd spend hundreds of dollars to enjoy if they were in Europe A recent visitor from Philadelphia who formerly went to Carlsbad every year said I do not see why anyone goes to 1Europe for medicinal waters The water is as beneficial and the scenery and surrqunding country the air and the opper tunitics tor recreation are better the hotels and all accommoda tions are much finer at French LickWest Baden Springs and this gentleman is a native of Switzerland The splendid wooded hills with the coo invigorating air of these highlands where one can es joy rambles in thft depths of the forest or rides and drives among the numerous bridle paths and roadways afford pleasure for those who desire rest and quiet while at tl e splendid and exilerating casinos one can have all the entertain9 mint and social pleasure possible atthe most fashionable resorts ON THEMONOMROUTE For booklets telling all about the woters Hotel Rates and full information write E H BACQN DP A Louisville K- ywrNcrnsrcR FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS 1Itsnotsentimentthat makes the most successful shots shoot I Winchester Factory Loaded Shells Its the re suits they give Its their entire reliability even ness of jaltemand 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 Riyal 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 TilE BPK OF AVT VERNON MT VERNON KY OPENED 1900 I CAPITAL STOCK 15000 C C WILLIAMS PRES JAS T ADAMS VICEPRES W L RICHARDS CASHIER A R FURNISH ASST CASH DIRECTORSC C Williams Geo Livesay A T Fish S H Martin Rod Perry J E Houk We solicit accounts of firms and individuals Careful atter tion is given collections entrusted to us Our friends and patrons are invited to call when in town Phone No 55 Commissioners Sale ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT KY Thomas S Barnett IIEquity By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of JRockcastle Circuit Court rendered at theWay term thereof 1904 in the above case I shall proceed to offer for sale at the court house door in Mt Vernon Ky to the highest bidder at public auction on Monday theIa m mooIng countYcourtday upon credit of six months the following described propertyTtowit- On he North by the lands of W W C Offey and John Dotson tha Est y thelands of of W A Coffey on he south by the lands of JsephlsIe Gee and Jim Brown an on the West- y the lands of Lee Coffey and con taiIis16acresmoreor lesu Or euftl leat thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made J For the purchase pride the pur chaser with approved rty prsecu rities must execute bond bearing f8aleunijtilpaict fa judgmentj Bidder will reparOlfto comply promptly with erma MPEN JN9ToWM C B 0C0M35 DeWitts Little Early Risers The pill that will will fill the bill Without a gripe f To cleanse the liver without quiver Take one at night DeWitts LittleEarly Risers are small easy to take easy and gen tIe in effect yet they are so certain in results that no one who uses them is disappointed For quick relief from billiousness sick head ache torpid liver jaundice dizzi ness and all troubles arising from an inactive sluggish liver Early Risers are unequaled Sold by Chas C Davis the druggist NOTICEAll parties owing me for the year 1903 are earnestly re quested to call and settle same These accounts should have beenj settled January i 19n4 at least and I think I have been very patient in waiting all this time Please o neat onceJ AWOOD jun 3 2m Orlando Ky The woman witha large mouth has one advantage over her less favored sisters she can talk and be Mssed at the same time i MADE YOUNG AGAIN ere of Dr Kirgs NEw Life PiUs each night lox to weeks has put me in my teens t cain writes D H Turner of Dernpseytown Pa Theyre the best in the world tor Liver Stomach and Bowels gripeOnly C C Williams ATTORNEYATLA MT VERNON KY ofThegiventoPhone No 80 ML MYERS FIRSTCLASSI WORK OFFICE OldMainthe C C Williams residence PHONE No 73 Will be in office at BRODHEAD every MONDAY noon till Tuesday noon J C McCLARY Undertaker Embalmer Complete LINEof Caskets lobes c Orders by Telephone attended promptly Stanford Ky The VERANDA HOTEL JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR Stanford JyS- peciallyeql1ipped for traveling men Sample room on first floor bathrooms free to guests RATES 200 er day W M Francisco MONUMENTAL WORKS Brodbead Ky Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones ALL WORK FIRSTCLASS =SATISFACTION GIVEN Frifh HofeTBR- ODHEAD KY GEORGE JETER PROP Headquarters 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 arPorter at all trainsa MT VERNON DIRECTORY COURT CALENDAR MondayQUARTERLY CorRT Fiist Mon day in each month CIRCUIT COURT Second Mon day in February Fourth Monday SepternberMT VERNON POLICE COURT Third Mondjjy in each month CHURCHES Service it the Christian OsurebPreach inglsttt3ri Sanduj j at a m and At 730 pm i7iay choo9I0 a evl11 Sunday PrayelMeetiugEveryl hursdI11730 p alire cordially Invited to attend air services the4thThird4atiirIaychooi at 9a Sunday raremeeting on Tuesday eights- MASONIC Monslay9am No14G3IEETSat 2 m 1 st MACCABEESV K OT MTxNTNot meets evesylaa- mid 3rd Monday at 730 p m JASEHOUKCG- CHAbCDAYlSii K v