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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r JEstable bed i 887 VOLUME XVII MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY JULY 15 1904 l NUMBER 12 I JUDGE ALTON BROOKS PABKEE I Democratic Candidate tor PresidenfI Jackson MCKE EIi We had quite a refreshingshow er today gardens and crops ae parching for want of rain We are connected with the outer world by another telephone line from BeI rea Now if the speculating land owners ofJackson county would put their heads together and causes ranch line of railroad to be built to Mckee it would be better for all y parties concernedGrant Collier and Allen Bayer two of McKees s Attorneys are building handsome residences heteJ B Llewellyns Ivisitihemorrhages of the lungsDr Sandlin and family of Richmond Ky visited Mrs Sandlins parents Mr antMrs3mes Hayes of this cNgMrtplac flast week Our post office Jus changed hands Mrs Lucy nowIJohnvillewbere he has been attending medicalschoolDr and Mrs Auryx will visit the Worlds Fair at St Louis next weekDr Goodman and family visited the families ofDr Auryx and D G Collier last week Another bloody fight 3 miles out of town occurred last week in which John Moue was killed by Jobn Morris a son of Wm MOrTIs Morris escaped with but a few bruises he happened to suite Moore near the heart w th a knife Onr missionary people from the North are ready to begin work on a large college building here n ijdoubtless they will send the faculty but am not so sure about the inate rial to be used in the school room i- Y lff IJinuu1 tnii ignll rather scace1 Institute closed here last Friday and nothing but general satisfaction could be felt as it wasconducted by the jolt and proficient Prof Dinsmore o Berea Mrs Dinsmore conducte the music j QUAIL S MnrJan was down from Lan cater the first of the week The teachers of this section are attendingyihe Institute iriMt Ver nonthisweek M G Dowell is at home from a trip in the picture business Oat harvest is now on and a good crop is being harvested Corn crops are looking fairly well gardens are extra good and there will bemorepptatoeSraisedthis season in this section than in years J L Davis fille Jiis appointment at Providence last Saturday and Sunday A protracted meeting will be held there in next month and will be conducted by Revs Davis aud Clingrcau The familyof Wm Miller is irn proving slowly Dr Walker Owens went down on Rockcastle river Sunday to locate for the practice of medicine his chcn profession Mr Logan Hasty went to Crab sislerIin bad health She accompanied hint home Tuesday comImuuity will begin next Monday the t8tb v a The Salvation Army will estab acksonIBre j and Fur MARETJJURG The school teachers all ate preparing for commencing thefrI schools W T Mullins will Maretburg school r Miss Bessie Reynold Piney Brach Miss Mollie Caner Lewis school Miss Vira GraieIe Patch with her father =J J Me Calland J D Hunt spent Sunday at Sadie Martin isa home afttr an extended visit wit h rends at Stanford Miss Sallie Evans spent Satur GracrMc1allMbs ing in Livingston Mrs E va Honk has been right sick but ic able fo be up Alice Bethurum visiting in Stanford Geo Owens and wife boast over a fine girl named Essie Evaline Graud mother Chesnut is in TenntFM ewit1 her son Her health isverv pcor John Hunt mowing grass and oats for the arniers around hereMrs Lora Owens and family of Salem Jnd ire visiting relatives here CBAB Miss Alice Green is spending the seek with Mrs PattenW Kr Buckhanau is very sick with rheu matism Mrs Katherine McAlis artIIMr Ed Stigall of Harriman Lick called on one of our town girls last Saturday Ed is a hand dome boy and has been wearing monthsfA new postoffice about four miles frombere was opened the ist of June During that month the cancellation was 75 cents and the mail carrier who makes three trips a week gets twothirds of the cancellation he got 50 cents The postmaster gave a man 25 cetits to make out his monthly report Can some one tenme where the 4J Editor I made a mistake in myJ Isptletter in giving date of fairJ It comes off 27 28 and 29th of July instead of August J F Holdam and wife are e to Cumberland county to look afterr his interests in the oil fields Misses Ernie and Clara Menifee are spending the week with thtir father near AlbrightMissMaryt Wilson at the Holmes school house Monday This is her third term the same place which goes to show that sh gives good satisfaction as a teacher timeIIsinceschool at this place but we had been wrongly informed Crab1 Orchard is still without a teacher A good school for the right oneIhope some gjoi teacher wilg I ha observed tInt iti not the one ho makes the highest grade certificate that makes the most sue cessful teacher in every case On must have a tallent for teaching to begin with Then he must cult vate that talent in order to keep u with the demands of the times There is no standing still we either a a t The WOli Sommei n Time Js here I AND YOU MUST HAVE S urn me r Oa l io t hfngj fVi anyVShirts Collars Cuffs ReadYMade Suits oMen Youthsf8nJoys II Straw Hats Hats homealias againMiss ORCHARD fpbst7niasterrspaycpmesin Neckties of all lands Overalls Gloves andany old thingyou want to wear WE also have the greatest line of Tailoring in the United States with prices that will surt prise you Ladies Skirts Waists and Slippers all nice firstclass and cfieap + A A Complete Line of DRY GOODS and NOTIONS l4 f We want Come and see us r The leaders inrtne v i tr f4 tS jY JiQCKEH Q Jirr v t c l JVINGSTON Ki1f- s f j f IL forwards or backward We must try to do a little letter each suc ceding day in every other b u as weilas teaching ifwe w e will soon be a ni r nsensity LEVEL GHKKN agaiy Mr Editor I appeal to you tort 16 kctp from si many graphical errors in my correspond xIMiaurulaiu my cinimunica thattfavors it The ordj was Root hogordie written props h is Roothog ordie Our farmers will sow larger wheat crops than usual this fall A good yield gives encouragement Com mercial fertilizer can be prcfitably used for small grains and grass butit will not pay in a general way on corn Much depends upon the season in a profitable use of fertilizers corn on any kind of soil Our people never felt better not had more to eat and the prospects for a good crop pv moles woodpeckers and possums was sowini ov our peepil have bin a few wild oats mist with a little t and tha raz AeWhy did peepil quit raisin punk ins I robbed a begum this a m got 4 stings and ajarjjull ov sweet honey Fridfc chicken haz lnscaceat our house because the pqce waz Jiy this summer Eggs still in a silent way demand a penny each and refuse togoJorletsMorris the huxter hauls a buss load outen our country every weekJ yes mostly egs What a good time the wirnin have toten them to the store and exchangin then fer shooger kaughphy and callycoe How wimin dp love to handle and look at sick goods Did you ever take nobs Yes we air fur Parker and the tpther roan whd erX qe is for President nod Liei tPresident the rads dont Shak upa trot Roosy wilt never git jthnr on biz Broncho But we are tpd that moony makes themartgoo even the political mare and tha rift sd lo to hay dead oodlins ov it Nowthat makes me think ov it suppose one party byes enuff floaters to put them into office when without the use ov munny tother party wood bin elected is this a fair elec on in a Repnblic expressing Jhe plain toils ov a free peepil We air gettin to be autul auk toeopen up in the Congress race Wt thesee1Mississippiismoving silently aud irresistably on headquarters M B DeBord our old friet d and former pupil ate beans aria taters uith us Sundry =Miss Vira DeBord ryill teach at Freedom Miss May Brown at Level Green Miss Nannie Thomas at Walnut Grove and Thorn Brown operates in Sin egletou Valley while Nathaniel Daniel Bullock will run the Nicele cataloguP e be in the harness this season Where are alLthose others that re sided at and near this point only a few years since and actively engaged in teaching Look to the four winds D R Gentry Sara Brown Minerva Brown and Mrs Sally French nee Brown in Indian Territory L H Lynn railroading ttMonticello c De Borland Miss Sally Thomas en gaged in other pursuits while Miss May Sowder is visiting in the West among friends and see ingthe Big Show at St Louis and J F Burdine is doing a thriving business in insurance at Somerset There are many others pfwhom wed like to make mention but time and space forbids that started out from LevelGreen only a Jew short years ago Death has claim ied and taken buttiyo from among our pupilS who became teachers i Misses Nannis Ham and earth DeBord6iveorit Q ndAcolunfn a C9 sPicu rpI i 1o1JtpPe r 1 ffSf 1n4 t = Jil i for you can Yes any ony should have a right to put ineither Qs or As and I does have Will Mr Martin and others to n whom weret jnade come with answers Let all put that feel so just as they do in the C J and other papers one two or more at a time the editor ot reject any Come now fellow sub add a little work to Jour from C O and go work One or two cant do all that is to make this column a success BUCK FAIR The are the dates fixed for the fairs for 1904 as far as Kim Ksville July 152 days Crab days 33 days Aug g3 days days Augi 17 IS 19 Aug 234 days days Aug 24 Aug 3n4 days Aug 30 3 days Aug 314 days Aug 3t4 days Sept 64 days Aug Aug 243 days Aug 3t3 days Berea July 42 days are caused by If you earn little too much or if you are to attacks of the and puffs up the heart This crowds heart and the breath piq heart beats and heart disease the final result Kodol Cute what you eat takes strain off the heart indi health to every body Sold she the man in died asare suIt of a fall He was seven feet tallj and 300 AND toAY thing that ever was made is Dr King New Life Pills These pills into into energy cpe guar t t Jjc i j i t t t Friday z I Uj IComin EvelC Daxl ND we still continue to LOW PRICES LeadwithI 20 per oentj 1IALL Cost Best Flour per Sack 75 cents U going elsewhere Yours bargains LH Ky suppose assignments forward questions disposed giving utseatjghtto thing1 improper scribers correspondent necesSary VARNON KENTUCKY DATES following holding Kentucky reported Orchard July273 Danville August Harrodsburg Lavvrenceburg AugJ64 Brodhend Shepherdsvile Shelbyville Aug234 Springfield 4days Somerset Nicholastille Florence Glasgow EHzabethtown daysYGeorgetown 9I2days London Barbourville WEAK HEARTS indigestion subject indigestion stomach expandsswells against shortens Dyspep digests Jcures stomachgandcontributes nourishment strengthand organ- ofth byChasC1D- ayis druggist- John Hanlpn largest Louisville yesterday weighed founds WORKING NIGHT rhebuSiestandmighties1ittle change weakness strength listlessnessj brainfag tFrnteeilb Uc1rut rt Everyl Cuton all Shoes ICut on all Hats I DonfailDAVIS Livingston hurrahboyswh WOIrIderf = tWAT DAVIS Democratic tor VicePresictent C0NWA1 The blackberry crop was never better Any one who fails tq get a full share this time its their own faultOataare ripening and the crop is very good Mrs D G Martain is visiting relatives in Madison this week Mrs U S Berry has just returned from a weeks visit to relatives and friends in Berea The public school begins here July 18 with Miss Fannie McClure of Mt Vernon teacher q Bees wereheverknown to make more honey from the honey dews than they have for the past ten daysMr EV Morris who is traveling for Kellogg Co of Rich mondwas here this week accompanied by his wife who will visit relatives in this county Tom Soard and G T Hurst left here Sunday for Illinois where they expect to make their future homes Miss MattJe Owens hasjieen visitir g hom folks at Barbourvillen this week IMfs ML kclton visited her soar atidVfamily at Ricfimbud this ItI1 Yar o J Water from the big well is bei shipped to various cities and ton us oi the country r CHAS C Dot hour local druggist asks the readers of tl is paper who are suffering with inH gestion or dyspepsia to call on him at once and get a hotter of Kocol Dyspepsia Qure ILyou knew the value of this remedy as we know it you would not suffer another day Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is a thor ough digestant and tissuebuildiag tonic as well It is endorsed per sonally by hundreds of people whom it has cured of indigestion dyspepsia palpitation of the heart and stomach troubles generally Kodol Dyspepsia Curedigests what you eat It is pleasant palatable and strengthening Oh mamma exclamed little Bessie look what big ears that man bas Hush dear said her moth r the gentlemen might hear yon SSrelli continued Bessie if ha cant he ought to take down his signs J xStr remarked that George Washington aIpostage stamp and thenonlYwhen his hack was turned r i jlt 4 iE f I T MT VERNON SIGNAL l FRIDAY JULY 15 1904 FubIiJedeveryFriday byarEDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IQO ddverthing rates made known oilw afthicaUouw JEM JCltATIC TICK1Ta riFrJUIGE MON BROOKS PAUKEK toForIIOK IIESUY DAY SIOf Vst Virginia hoN n L fflOOltti- Mjrier county is a cuiiiiiilau for Con cress ia the Eighth district to succeed lion the action of theGiiliet subject to Democratic party Your support is earnest ly siktedIHON HAUVKY 11EL3L- OrSlanford is n candidate for Xon rcss this the Eighth districl suhject to tin ai tion of the Democratic puny VIION H G GILBERT VOfSiaaIhyviiIe is a candidate for inthi till Eighth district to self Mihjft to the action of the ienociatiij partyV F 0 n JAILER We are authorized to announce It JOhNSON asa iaiuiWale for Jailer of KoekOislle Coun ty subject to the notion of the Itepulilican party are authorized to announce Wl lECKa1t- Vandida c for Jailer of Uoekcnstle Coon ty s ihjecf to the action of the Itepnblimn party VIVe jtlmrizcd to announce L JAilUETT- asi a candidate for Jailer of Kockcasile Coun ty subject to the aetiou of the llrpublicau 1IJarlj ALTON BROOK PAR I V KKR OF NEW YORK THE DEMOCRATIC PRES1 DENTIAL NOM INEE Judge Alton Brooks Parker we reet thee as the Democratic I Presidential nominee Jiirt as the VtV gray dawn was breaking forth ithe great Coliseum at St Louis ewhere the greatest convention ever held was gathered the great Nev York Jurist was nominated on the first ballot It was a scene never lobeforgotten and augers success Ii Vfor the party that acted so wisely He is a man In full vigor ofall bit mental and physical powers and only 52 years of age fjoru in the iiVthere he has been frequently hon ored by the people of his native heath He is now the Chief Jus lice of the greatest State Tribunal on earth having been elected for a 14 year term in 1897 He was twice elected Judge of the Surro gate Court of Ulster county In i885 he was appointed by Governor the bench andHill to Supreme was elected a year later for the 12 year tern He was so highly es teemedby the Republicans of that they him noState that gave oppo sition In 1897 he made the race for Chief Justice of the New York Court of Appeals aud was elected with 60000 majority In ic p3 her was tendered the nomination for itGotervorrefused preferring the high honor 1Vtiful farm on thebanks of the Hud sQn river 60 miles south of Albany tsatonly one child living a daughter who is now the wife of Rev Charles Yr HailTwo grandchildren Parker andV1ary Hall are both x rays of sunshine to the learned jnrjsHind he takes great pleasure in romping with himVV The dig nity which has characterized Judge Parker all during his official career has emphasized the true greatness ICoflast few months was becoming yea VIt was golden it stamps him as one who has a high sense of proprietv Vatd possessed of a strong power of resistance The learned jurist is a man who cut his way through Lepvertvatldhighest peak of power and honor in ieViisimplein the furrowed fieldV and took them with increasing strength to the bar and flnalIhonOred them by his exalted station the bench IVlth such candidate and sO lJd1 5VVthe Democrats everywhere have andbe exceedingreason to rejoice 1yglad Proud of Parker and re joicing at the happy and wise se Jection of Senator Davis of West Virginia for second place we are filled with sanguine hope 6fsuc cess in November next T A WORD FOR MR BRYAN NOTHING is easier than for a min to appear great when tut bands are playing joyous music when the flags are flying and men e shouting is name in an ecstacy of enthusiasm the man of Lillipu tian dimensions would almost Napoleonic undersuch circumstanes but it Is a far different thing when the tumult and the shouting esnhen he finds himself face to face onlyhimself surroundingsrises downs his foes and with his back the wall T thhermopolyethe liveliest corpse on record thihe has entered the ranks of t inrulyof the great men ol his time Some time ago the Signal et pressed the hope that William Jeii Inings Bryan would go to the Na andIown am bitions and desires work for har- mon and the glory of his party Lookingonly foughtgallantly for others gained in the estimation of the entirecotiutrygIn fight against the seating of struggledand even when the contest seeuitd ofRcolutionarr inwardlybreathed hadntAthinuingbefore hislopesened Not a bit oT if With un Pbceuxliketo press with redoubled ardor ht platformDefeat Then throwing all of his splendid resources and wonderful energy to one more determined effort he btildogplatforxnForone of the most remarkable politi cal battles that the world ever witnessed This phenomenal man Jingnever hopeless waged siuglehand ed this almost superhuman struggle against Hill and his gold saltellites And he won Won magnificently thereby proving himself to be wha William Goebel said he was when campaigninbination of heart brains and con science on the American Conti nent Mr Bryan we take off our hats to you Like old Jed Feary in yourdUly 01Ij the convention Instead he threw his whole heart into the effort to bring about harmony and give Democracy a plank upon wjiicb al couldstand Heres what he saic when holloweyed from loss os sleep he faced the convention I was willing in the the committee to do everything possible iV the interest of harmony and I want you gentlemen kto know that ii there is discord in this convention you cannot lay it at my door Those who heard him nuke this statement will never forget the scene The hour was nearly mid night T he vast convention hah thenfacingface chalkwhite his brow contract ed with illness his frame bent with weariness Slowly he uttered I the andtherenot carry away with him tbU thought 1 have seen a Demo crat of Democrats I have seen a man among menV ldsayingdaysThey are not all dead VLincolnMore than otherany American Bryan embody the poetic though- tIthe poet Holland Godgiva demandsV us then A timelike this Strong minds great hearts true faith and readyhands Men whom the lust of office does not killVVVMen whom the sioilsof jjffice can JROj J j ff l ilen who possessopiuiotis anda will j Men Men i1llnotlkAnd without winking Tall men suncrowned who live above the fog public duty and private thkkingVHe meant irea ike you Mr Bryan SOUTHERN MEN IN NATIONAL POLITICSV No one who has followed closely e doings of the recent Democratic ational Convention can fail to be impressed by the high grade of tellect exhibited by the Soutl eri delegates In many respects they absolutely dominated the con vention The Eastthe West and he North recognized this and had- eh been willing to accept it John Sharp Williams that brilliant Mis sissippiau would have been select ed as VicePresident Howeuer a wise selection was made in the per VmonexSenator H G Davis the Grand old man of West Virginia who for nearly forty years has been sent by his native State as a dele ite to Democratic National conventions and who in 1884 wa strongly spoken of for second placv oi the ticket with Grover Cleve land declining this h jnor to urge the nomination of Thomas A Hen inicksVKnowing the splendid record aid achievements of another Southsn man Hon John Sharp Williams he was unanimously made Tempt rary Chairman of the great con ention and his opening speech is still being talked about by thos who heard it and which as tbIkeynote of the coming campaign will be widely circulated- As if the convention could no too often honer Southern states men it then selected Hon Chaw Clark a Kentuckian to be Permanent Chairman and seldom has more characteristic reu c h ant speech been male in any con en tion than that of this brainy South erner But hold on We haven reached the end of the list yet There is that other brilliant South er ier Senator Daniel of the Olc Do ninion who was chairman o the Committee on Resalutions With these great names may be added that trio of other distinguish ed Southerners Tjlluian Varda man and Bailcy- QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS Mr Jacob Elder Describe in full the government of the Philippine Islands Cuba Puerto Rico j M Craig Prof J N Brown is called upor to correct the errors if any in tht following sentences and giverea sons for the correction There iea difference bet ween the sin and sinner The opinion is becoming more unusuaU J M Craig Dr D B Chandler A owed B 14975 due July 5 1904 on that lay A sent tB a check fot 2415 teinterest904 and to give him credit for the ballance For how much did he 4ive credid on the note Explain your work fully giving rule J M Craig For Qand A department low many sounds has tbe vowel ca and how marked 2 Why is the letter kVtsed in spelling traiffickiug 3 Give 3 of the most eSsential points in good reading also three in order to become a good scribe 4 What is the greatest differ tnce between the Participle and the Infinitive 5 Why does the sun seem toreo cede and the days become shorter from June 22 to December 22 6 How many divisions of pro fane history name them and tell when each begins 7 Should Physiology be taught in public schools if not why not 8 Did those interested with se ctinga series of text books make a wise selection Why or why not 9 Where was thejanti of Ophir of which we read in the Bible the land of Gold and precious stones Assigned to the editor for answers or for particular or special assignment some teacherV JNBrownV He took things seriously all his life Andno one wondered when iIe took unto himself a wife And never smiled rigain yersI Bald Scalp shiny and thin Then its probably too late I You neglected dandruff If you had only taken our adbuvice you would have Hair Vigor the dandruff saved your hair and added much toV it If not entirely bald now is your opportunity Improve Vj have Ajrert lrVigOrfOr0Ter4OV yean I aol sow yean ua Iavea growth ot rich brown hair die I thtiakeflV rudy to lUlrAli KEtTirTJelleTllle a bottle J c loweli Oau Al101nltltlltsfor Good Hair SOME ROCKGASTLE PEOPL TREY DOING Willis A French brother t W T Tom left here about 3 years ago and is now farming ex tensively near Plato Mo Sherman Chaste ttis farming i 1 T He married a daughter t fie late J R Gatliff last Januar a id lefl immediately fur that sec lion George D French of near Liv tugslon is getting on nicely ii Valparaiso College Valparaiso Ino David Butner of Wildie is rai mg oranges in warm old Fl jrida Dillard Garrett of Climax wa last heard of some two or thrct years ago in the State of Washing ton Dock and Tugg Williams El nd Port Barnett are farning ii TJoeand Tandy Smith are not ailroadiug at Piqua O Harry Blazer one of Rockcastle nee leading sawmill men is in tin same business at Poitsmouth O A D Smith brother of post naster W B Smith is running a general store in Memphis inn Frank Myers is a contractor milder at TjhliambtirgV RV B Stanley was in sewingma hiie business near Knoxvill vhehast heard from Jercfme son of S K Ash rty4Wjopanted Millers big orch big store in Atlau taGaVJ NjbHT WAS A TERROR iiwould cough nearly all nigh long writes Mrs Chas Apph tate of Alexandria Ind anf ould hardly get any sleep I hac consumption so bad that if I wolk 4a block I would cough fright ully and spit blood but when alp ther medicines failed three bottles of Dr Kings New Discov ery wholly cured Jme and I game 58 pott dsIts abolutely guar mteed to cure coughs colds grip nronchitis and all throat andlunp trot bles Price 500 and i Triai bottles free at all duggistsV I5V skid that the happiest main Georgia has six fiddles ten LIchildrenand putnb wife and a moonshine still that has never been spotted b the government BRUTALLY TORTURED Acase came to light that for per sistent and unmerciful torture has perhaps never been equaled Jot Golobick of Colusa Califwrites For isyears I endured insuQer ablepaiu from Rheumatism and cinothingeverything known I came across Electric Bitters and its the greatest medicine on earth for that trouble A few bottles of it completely relieved and cured meJust ns goodfor liver and kidney troubles aridgeneral debility Only 5Ct Satisfaction guaranteed by all drug gltVVpf course the story may not be true but a county paper tells of an absentminded man that came borne in a heavy rain a few nights ago put his wet umbressajto bed and went and stood up in the corner until daylight DUMBER TWO VhVOU go to the Worlds Pair at St Louis be uretoget well lpcatedThe American Hotel just opposite the main eutrance is thelsestThe rates are reasonabte aud the accommodation excellent It is near thfe PikeJ and when tired rVatcars and no long car ride Ratese 2 ojhe American plan akf1b1doorV v i THE SUNDCY BIBLE SCHOOL en Z th- 5zaterntjGa1 Series for July 17 1001 Asas Good Reign Prepared by the Highway and Byway PreacherVCopyright by J M Edscn LESSON TEXTVt2 Chron It11 Memory Verses 25 So Abijah slept wth his fathers and they rled him In the city of David and Asa hs son reBned In his stead In his days the land was quiet ten And Asa did that earsiright In the eyes of the For he took away range gods and the high place and ake down the Images and cut own the r ovesoard God of their fathers and to do the wand the commandment Also he took away out of all the cities Judah the high places and the Images the kingdom was quiet before him And he fenced cities In Judah jr the land had rest and he had no war those years because the Lord had given im rest Therefore he said unto Judah Let us uild these cities and make about them alls and towers gates and bars white e land Is yet before us because we have ought the Lord our God we have sought tim and He hath given us rest on every do So they bulit and prospered- And Asa had an army of men that ire targets and spears out of Judah three iindred thousand and out of Benjamin tat bare shields and drew bows two hun ed and fourscore thousands all these re mighty men of valor And therecame out against them rah the Ethiopian with an host of a ousand thousand and three hundred arlots and came unto JIareshahi- O Then Asa went cut agaInst him and ey set the battle In array in the valley of phathab at Martshah And Asa cried unto the Lord his God d said Lord It nothing with Thee p whether with many or iiththeni LoreoUldgo against this multitude 0 torn non art our God let no man preval ainst TheeVii So the Lord smote the Ethiopians re Asa and before Judah and the Ethi Ians lied THE LESSON includes Chron chap rs and and Kings 15921 GOLDEN TEXTHeip us 0 Lord our tor we rest on TbeeSChron Jll TIME Beginning of Asas reign B to B C The battle with Zerah was yearPLACEJerusalem reigned ne place where Zerab the invader was eieated was miles southwest of Jerusa- PEIISONSAsa m the king Zerab the Ethiopian invader vents in Judah During Asas Reign Prophet Azariah encourages the kingVChron 1517V 16l4AsasGl6 otAsasReignDeathCadab two YParsl Kings 1420 and 323 Jereboam died In second year as reign murErV27 lo 165V ofisAssassination of Elah and all Baashas ouse by ZImrl in twentyseventh yearotsas reign and seven days reign of ZImrl St Kings 16915 rlvaislmrIAhabsclgnomparing Scripture with Scripture theeyesconduct How does It appear to Hislorduke 1615 Took away the altars broke own the images and cut down the roveeTbeVevils of the reigns of olomon and Rehoboam see Kings conrrpntcdAsand ton and strongest will would have reformationlutlye heroic spirit and firm wilLphil t13 Eph 610 Desperate diseases onlyhlngjr individual is to put it away i Cor 617 theLordTliislesslng and prosperity There Is lose and striking connection between this verse and the statement in verse prosperedierePsalms 3312 There are many prom GodMatt7V78To do the lawBut there was more to Asas reform than froth anti fireworks The test of its genuineness was in the doing Seeking the Lord issued in doing for the Lord 30 the test of our religion Is in the doing Matt 721 John 1415 There came out against them But the testing time cameHeb 12 Jas 124VAss cried unto the LordOur ex iremity is Gods opportunity 2 Cor 129 Rom 831 Prayer1Confidence GodHelpGodcoWe rest on Thee Identifi cation with God In Thy name we go against lhlj multitude let no man prevail against Thee So the Lord smoteWhen vic tory came Asa did not claim the glory mud credit thereof Ps 342 The question never should be how many men have we on our side but whether we have God as our ally VVSeed Thoughts There are altars today that need breaking doWnaltars erected to self ishness pleasure ambition etc and upon which self is being sacrificed to all that Is good and true and eternal The Lord sought is the Lord found for us Paul said to the Athenians God Is not far from every one of us A strong fearless leader always finds mighty men of valor to rally round him f e Asas cause was Gods cause and where one in Godly fear and genuine faith Identifies himself with God he can never fal fi VVNT1NUE fleshImantwlthV ni j doseV will j objectionvhictVIsatahedVtofaxy during the heated seasonVsampleVVE chemists York jucacd all VVVVVVVVV iPKru eger Sons ci MT VERNChX KY JHE PLAGE TO GET YOUR Shoes Clothing and Dry Goods of 11 kinds We make a specialty f Skirts and Shirtwaist goods We have the goods we have the pricp to please the trade VC 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 Calland buy your summer goods fappreciates a stylishccnortabla and embraces ell qualities Made the Shot L 1 nice no Ky X3ecg g Ky i All Mail u u uJ V t of all us a trial if we please you tell if not ns I EAT delitei ed in of town house j SHORTEST AND QUICKEST BETWEErl New and Texas EYe E N Passr 89 IL Main St Lexington Ky W Mgr W Gen Pass Jaue Tappan a nurse vho rout dered thirtytwo persons is now an imbecile after two con finement in a Massachusetts asy lum Seventeen persons were killed acid a hundred injured at Mid vale tf Y yesterdoy when an ru1engertraincrashecintothe ear oia excuraon train had stopped for water Q The Celebrated TeQllaQtSoe A LWAYS For fitting Style and Dura bility they have superiorV JONAS McKENZiE SQIVa Agent VVernon Lj3tcJ1GRANVJLLEOWENSV UNDERTAKER Brodhead Coffins FULL LnmI S B RAMSEY For Fresh Meats Kinds Give and others tell M any pait VSHOP basement oprosite Ceuri Queen Crescent Route IILINE SCHEDULESV Cincinnati Lexington Chattanooga Knoxville Asheville Charleston Savannah Atlanta Jacksonville Birmingham Orleans Shreveport Points AIKEN Tray Agt AGARRETTGen CRINEARSON AgtV years Erie doubleheader which preferable Telephon = NO PITY SH0WNVFor years fate tfter me con tinuously writes F A Gulledge Verbeua Ala I hada terrible case of piles causing 24 tumors Wqen all failed Bucklens ArnicaVSalve cured me EquaHygo d forVburns and all aches and pains On ly 25c at all druggistsV Callat the SIGVAU office for In stirauceV i J L j 1MT VERNON SIGNAL MT VKUKON Kv JcIv15 1904 79Call up No 7Q when wont to Comiuuncute with SIGNAL 791 i U J a TIME TABLE 24 north 1206 p m 1 26 north 308 a m 23 south 129 p 25 South 105 a m lAs LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 8teredttbe tera aotlass matter PERSONAL Victor Tate is again able lobe outi pWilliamfields W Va Mr J L Joplin is here with rela vtives and old friends Mrs Jerome Adams visited relatives here this week Petty Miss Reca Baker is visit iugJrSends in Stanford t Mjsses Fannie and Bessie Sparks are visiting in Knoxville Mrs W T Davis is visiting her f sister at Hamilton Ohio Mrs Gus Staverson has been seriously ill for several days Oscar Bryant was telegraphing extra at Ryleys this week Miss Margarite Fish is isting her brother John at Nashville Attorney John W Brown is in Louisville rut other points Mrs John M Williams spent several days with relatives here Long Jim Baker is 65 says he has never taken a dose of medicine i F L Thompson is whistling 1IGet there Ely Parker Davis Walter Mullins has returned from a two months trip through Virginia Mrs C R Hunt gave the young people a pleasant day out pirniotj f ing one day this week T Meshnc Gentry is putting the thelWestern part of town Miss Annie Forbes of While Hall Madison county is the guest of rsG 11 Ballard Mrs Helen Brown visited her old school chum Mrs Susie Cherry at Brodhead last week Mrs Fannie Thompson and children of Lancaster are visitin her mother Mrs Wm Poynter Fritz Krueger and son Will are pushWing along the bank building Mesdames M J Miller Jr and C C Davis spent Sunday with their grandmother Mrs Snodgrass a in the country David Butner stopped for a few days on his return home from th Worlds Fair Dave is well with his new home in Florida Miss Ellen Butner is ore of the most successful life insurance workers in our county working for a good company Weare glad 1of her success 7LOCAL The New LivinvstpB Coal Co V wilSooi1J IT Harp our new Barber is a number one He can give youas easa shave and smoothe a hair cutas any barber in the State After an illues of seeralweeks S Mrs Wade Livesav died last Mon day and was buried Tuesday af feruoon in the cemetry here rUncle Dick Johnson had anew boiler and engine to arrive Wednes day to be used in sawing up a large boundry of timber near Len Green Mr Johnson is doing the work for some Chicago parties The writer has observed that for many years past when local show efs of small or large calibre struck Rockcastle they invariably split up leaving Ml Vernon and Mar t burg ridge in the dry the larger portion of the rain taking the Skeggs creek valley route and the lighter part il any taking Round stone creek valley direction Dur past two years it has been reversed and the Skaggsroute batches only a third of what Roundstone gets Peculiar isnt it When Mt Vernon gets rain you may say it is a general downpour over a wide space bakejmat Get Wednesday night Several ears were smashed to pieces and a large number of sheep kited On Monday Wednesday and Thursday nights interesting pro grams consisting of music declamations and essays were carried out at the Courthouse for the en joyment of the teachers Some years ago three teachers made applicatin for a certain school in Rockeaslle Each one had a trustee favoring his appointment They compromised by running a footrace A preacher x won though IIhisL L Jarrett announces in this issue of the SIGNAL his candidacy- for jailer of this ounty Luther as he is familiarly known through out the county is atrue blue Re publicanandone upon whom his has made a call to w lohichsponded He and his friends are confident that he will be a winner The Crab Orchard Fair and Racing Association will hold its annual meeting July 27 28 and 29th 1904 Show Ring in the forenoon andM Running frottingand Pacing races in the afternoon Many outside attractions Reduced railroad rates R H BKANAUGIT Pres WD WAIUJN Secty u183tVie reliably informed that tIle machinery for putting down an oil well near this place is now on the road and work is expected to begin at an early date Machinery- was unloaded at Brodhead last week and taken to J T Tate farm where work of putting down a well will probably begin next week It begins to look like old Rockcastle is going to get in the oil boom af er all rrtlcphoneioUtu call depot except on strictly husiriess aflairs telephone ex- Change wi give you itiformati- oI to correct time of of day and when trains are due etc Depot people are too busy to answer tri val questions Put itouto telephone exchange Its their calling and will accommodate you Dan t worry the depot more than you can help In this issue appears the an nounceraent of G W Decker Jr as a candidate for the nomination for jailer of Rockcastleeount sub Sgparty Decker made the race four years ago and was defeated by only a small majority He is one of the good substantial citizens of the county and if selected to the place to which he aspires will make the county a faithful officer sSteve Ramsey the butcher has been with us for some years He is a worker and is right on th greadt has stuck hyhis work and has done the best he could for his pat rons He charges a good price because he has to make a living Other good people bring in their meats and sell them right song omeltnes cheaper than Ramsey hut Steve is a fixture here and our people will give him enough pat nonage to make a li ing COUNTY TEACHERS INSTI TUTE The Rock astJe County Teach ers Institute convened in Mt Vernon Monday July I1H04with Mrss Dinsmore as assistant of Berea Ky as Instructors The Institute was called to order by Supt G M Ballard at 930 a m After song by choir Rev J C Carmical conducted the Devotional exercises elp H Shutts was elected secre tary and J G Pennington assistant secretary Miss Maggie Han eel was elected organist The enrollment of the following AIRMiss Mantic JonesOMWaUen1 P H ShuttsW T Mullins BUIdette Chestnut Sties Etta S F Bowman Miss Byrda MeI Hargue Mrs R C Wade SE Chandler Miss Lillie Butner Miss May Brown L Jones W H Owens Miss lilja Wild Mrs Mar tha Pennington Miss Vira DeBord RihI r t f p JMary Kehser Lee Chestnut MiSSI Williams T F Abney Georgia McCMiirc E R Gentry Lcioy Saute Miss l antic McClure Miss hula Dyne Miss Sarah Stewart H B McClary J Laswell Miss Nannie Thomas Miss Bessie Reynolds Miss Bettie PPennington Miss Emma P nnin ton E B Thompson F A Bnrdette Miss Dais Smith Miss Ella Lake SI W Davis F F Rihhins J cJ 11HJattAWIStronglie Abney Mrs E Fishback Miss Georgia McFerron Miss Carrie Frith Miss Attic Owens Miss Mattie Dyre Miss Fannie Cultor Mss Sallie Dickerson Miss Denksey Lake Miss Annie Owens Messers D B Chandler W B Sigman T grown Mrs Hettie Jones Jacob Elder John McFerron J M Craig G W Childress Miss Hattie Singleton Miss Rose McFenbn Miss Susie Thompson Supt Ballard appointed the fol wing committees Resolutions SoEChandler G R Sutton W H OWens Mrs Martha Butner Pennington and Miss Lillie Entertainment Miss Maggie Hansel Miss Emma Pennington iss Bettie Pennington Miss Anna Thompson Miss Mamie Jones Miss Fannie M cClure J B Chestnut and J G Pennington Piqgratn Prof Dinsmore John Meadows F A Burdetjfce S N Davis and Mrs Georgia McClure Then Supt Ballard introduced- to the Institute Prof Dinsmore who gave an interesting talk on the syllabus which is an outline for the weeks work- Adjournment for 15 minutes at 11 a After roll call Prof Dinsmore talked at length on Phychology and edagogy and asked questions of many of the Teachers which led to short talks in form of answers Program for the afternoon was ead Then noon recess was given g iven at 1145 a m House vas called to order at tabulets pencils readers blackboard alphabet and word methods anther d o topics as laid down in i ylla bus was discussed by O M Wai len Lee Chestnut Jacob Elder Mrs Penningtou Mrs Wade and otbersC Prof Dinsmore made a compari son on three different series of fi rst readers After 15 minutes recess at 245 p m Prof JDiusmdre gave a twenty minutes talkonobject lese ons Committees on Entertainment and Program made reports then Institute adjourned till 830 a m TuesdayTUESDAY MORNING Tuesday 830 a m Supt Bal lrd called Institute to order Devotional exercises conducted by Institute tea calleMinutes on Mondays work lea- by d Secretary and approved by In stitute Meit an address by Prof Dins more attention Subject of seeing and noticing by Miss Anna Thompson Automatic or involuntary attention by D B ChLndler Influence of external authority by Miss Mattie McFerron Judge S D Lewis r W Bethu rum andJ W Parsons were made Honorary members of this Institute Prof Todd representative of tIle Southern School Journal w introduced to Institute Then he gave some benefits that may be rived from his paper Adjournment for recess at 10 a m v House called order by Siipt RoJl can How much is best and in what way by having pupils begin work in No too early by S E Chan dler What attention should Be given to definitions and rules by Mr Burdette What subjects if any may be pmitted from the ordinary arithme tic by Miss Sallie Dickerson Lee Chestnut and others Arabic Notations discussed d by MrBowman Reading NosbrMi sjMay Brown ExtSupt J jPv Brown of Sit Vernon andJRrof Todd of Madi- SOn county were made honorary members by the Institute Report of committee on program Adjournment 12 m A 1tRNoONt Song by choir at op m i f j r I rr rrrrrrrrirr Explanationof problems by W T MuJlinsX r Solution of ptublchis bYMr Afc Clary A discussion of per ceutage and discount by Fl F Robins Ratio Popor i01 and partnership by Mrs M Pennington Square and cube root by Prof Dinsmore Afternoon recess fit 2 30 Song by choir A general discussion on mem orv by Institute Vocabulary ol a sixyear old child by Miss Lime Butner Iud others B motion of P Shutts the following ex teachets J F Griffin Mss Ellen Hutner Mrs C C Davis Mrs S C Franklin and Mrs G M Ballard were made honorary members of the Institute Program from Wednesday was read Adjournment till 830 am Wednesday WKDNKSDAV Institute convened as per ad exercise con ducted by Institute Roll call Secretary reports work of pre ceding day which was adopted bv InstituteProf Diusmore lectured on concept aud precepts Mr Hunt representative of the Citizen occupied the floor for a short time in the interest of that paperMorning recess of 15 minutes Song by choir Roll callIStories told children by Mrs Dinsmore Educational valueof grammar by Miss Georgia McFerron Methods of teachitig grammar hy Mrs Fishback and D B Chandler Letter writing by Mrs Dins more Analysis of sentences by Miss Rose McFerron and others Program for afternoon was read Adjournment 123 m AFTERNOON Song 130 PIU Reading selection of poetry by Prof Dinsmore A general talk Spelling in many divisions Jyr J B Chestnut McClarr Burdette Mrs McClure and otherS Program read for Thursday Adjournment 4 p m wereIunable to give minutes of Institute up to Thursday njght Thursdax and Friday s proceed ings will ap pear in next issue LIY1NGSTOA JdeMageelof Crab Orchard is SMcKinneyTenn Wednesday morning Mr McKinney has gone into business there and will move his family in a short timeGeorge Childress of Orlando was the guest of Dr W J Childress and family Sunday A N Bentley as in Louisville this eekMr and Mrs Roy Mullins moved Tuesday into the Chewuing property Lagan Lalyers and fatally have taken rooms at the Mullins HotelMr and Mrs Thos Burton will board with Mrs Henry Brummitt Mrs Mary Williams of Pine Hill visited Mrs Ed Woodall thisweekMr Mrs Emerson Rice and son andI returned home from Miss Eizabetli Spmpson of Pine anda5Mrs Carl Moore Sunday Mrs J W Baker MrsAgnes Parkerand daughter Cinda visited Mrs Baker s old home in Madison county last week Little Misse Ethel and Emma Masden of Woodbine are tht BrackGravesMrs son of Cleveland 0 are visiting Mrs Weddels daughter Mrs Edward Shay Mrs Mary Ritter and little son Virgie of Nashville Teun arrived here Wednesday morning and will spend a month or more with her nephew John R Carter and family While on their way to the Presbyterian church Sunday evening with Air und Mrs Brack Graves LittleMisses Emma Masdenand Lela Pettit were trip ped hy V wire stretched in front of the Pope store by pur home talent of hcodlums and law breakers The little girls were considerably bruised Mr Graves will certainly have offenders punished when he learns their names Mrs Jas E Davis and AnnaFjs b are a few days In LoulsvilleDavi d 3j f ARE YOU Bc rgairi Wise r fMIDSUMMER being right here we AUGUSTIAnnClothing Summer Dress Goods SKUES of prices throughout Thisis Season We are overstocked in this line of goods and will give you splendid Bargains packs of these goods must be disposed of the hot months are over in order to make room for fall and winter arrivals alsc a nice line of Fe Ginghams at 10cts per yard Ladies we invite you to come and inspect these goods you make your purchonase WE handle the celebrated Walk Over Shoes every pair ir r Ianteed be or money refunded Laces and Embroideries department Bargain Bargains return Nothing ShoddyOmmotto is To handle best goods money cafe at reasonable prices All goods that doesnt give satisfaction Excl nget Money Refunded for the trade HO UK ADAMS- MTPnone No VERNON K Y Preston formerly of Rockcastle but now living at Iverydale 0 has been sick with heart trouble The new Baptist church is now about completed and will be dedi cated in the near future Miss Jael Reynolds of Maretburg visited Mrs Geo Reynolds last week Dick Hampton of Lebanon Junc tion visited the post office one day this week Miss Katie Lee El more returned home from Brodhead SundayMrs Henry Browning has been very sick thisweek Give Is of East Bernstadt called in consultation with Dr W J Childress Mrs Browning is some better Captain A N Bent ley and his force of carpenters have finished the new home of Dee Dry ant Mr and Mrs Bryant have one of the handsomest residences in town with every convenience at Dema Clark of Valley View and Miss Daisy McGuire of Stanford and Mrs Nancy McGuire of Big Hill were the guests last of Mr and Mrs James Me GuireMiss Ferguson re turned home Sunday after a visit with her sister Mrs Harrisot Pit man on SkeggscreehMissBerta Burton is visiting her uncle Frank Lawson at Pine HillLittle Miss Myrtle Blown of Parksville is visiting Cora WrightMiss Sallie Dickerson returned to her home at Brodhead after an extended visit willattendi with Mrs Joe Dickersonand Miss r has been the guest of Mrs Thos Las leyMisses Nannie and Cleavie McGuire are visiting Mrs James Parsons at Wildie Mesdames E Fishback R C Wade and Misses Georgia MeFerron and Bertina Mullins are at Mt Vernon atten- dinginstituteMrs Jerome ant son Leonard Hilton are visit ing R B Mullins and family at Mt Vernon Fin Davis has after an interesting trip to the Worlds Fair How about it kin Drs T A Wilkins of Louisville and M R Denny of Lancaster have opened a dental parlor at the Mullins Hotel They come recommended and expect to locate permanently Mrs ClarenceFeri guson is visiting Mullins Station Mrs JS Cooper entertained a few last Satur day evening the guests present sonEwalt Mrs Sue Mullins and Rufe Sims Miss Nancy Ewalt returned to Paris Sunday qfler an extended visit with Mrs Lawrence Di- ckisonBallard Mullins and little daughter visitingrelatives in Brodhead Mrs John R Carter hadaseyereattitclt of chdh5ramor bit9 lastweek j t i t e Our stock is the nicest lot mon and boys Suits ever shown in Mt Vernon low from 2 00 to 11 00 Ithe Snap of the before A before gu to good are Ladies we can show jott the line this of our big stock somcthrn inInice and cheap everythiniforthereceived in the them eitheror Yours 75 Dr was handMrs week Mayme Adams returned highly friends nicest tooa Go To dC Davis Drugstore FOR Drugs Chemicals Patents aid Oils ALSO r 11 Complete Line of PhannaceDfiicais AND Toilet rti resGallofe PHONE 64Dayor Night CHAS O DAVIS Pharmacist t MT VERNON KY 1 WILLIS GRIFFINPractical Undertker and FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Kv Stock Complete FINE HEARSE Attached Can furnish JVletalic Caskets and hiye embalming done on short notice Come and see me anything I have not got can get for you on firs train that leave the city OR DERS by wire Promptly Filled Phone No 63 4 if The World All Knows 3 RnilwaytWorlds Fair LineIf you have a trip in view to Evansville St Louis or to allY point in the West or Southwest ASK US FOR RATES Us Ftet If tnere are reduced rates in effect on account of special occasions Home Seekers or Colonists Exvcursions we have them EMWOMACK G L GARRETT City Passenger Agent Traveling l asbg r L j IRWIN General Passenger Agent Louisville Kentucky r WORMSIWHITESi CREAM I F s rart to lIFer 20 liars 1I111 aUWcrRlftte ies And Ask Ant Y rxlsTSPeidrSfc Lour Solid by iAVtStVemon tKr t- iT 1OJPLATFOI1M i Democratic National Convention Announces Its Principlesj ManX New Issues Brought Out Cap ital and Labor Freedom of the Press Conscience and Speech and Other Topics The following platform was adopted by the democratic national convention Iat St Louis The Denccratlc party of tile United assembleddeclare bringitWe the delegates of the democratic party of 115 United States In national convention assembled declare our devo tion to the essential principles of the together1nUnder them local selfgoverment and national unity and prosperity were alike established They underlaid our Indipend nce the structure of our free republic and every democratic extension from Louisiana to California and Texas to Oregon which preserves faithfully in all the states the tie between taxation und representation They yet Inspire th masses of our people guarding jealously their rights and liberties and cherishing their fraternity peace and orderly devel opment They remind us of our duties and responsibilities as citizens and impress upon us particularly at this time the necessity of reform and the rescue of the administration or govern ment from the headstrong arbltary and spasmodic methods which distract busi ness by uncertainty and pervade the public mind with dread distrust and per turbation LThe application of these fundamental principles to the living issues of the day constitutes the first stcp toward the as sured peace safety and progress of oJr nation Freedom of the press of con science anl of speech equality before the law of all citizens the right of trial by jury freedom of the person defended by the writ of habeas corpus liberty of per sonal contract untrammeled by sumptu ary laws the supremacy of the civil over the military authority a well disciplined militia the separation of church an state economy In expenditures low taxes that labor may be lightly bur dened the prompt and sacred fulfillment of public and private obligations fidelity to treaties peace and friendship with all nations entangling alliances with nona absolute acquiescence in the will of the majority the vital principle of republics these are doctrines which democracy has established approved by the nation and- they should be constantly invoked and enforced We favor the enactment and admlnls tratlon of laws giving labor and capi tStal impartially their just rights Capital f and labor nigh not to be enemies Each Is necessary to the other Each has Its rights but the rights of labor are tainly no less vested no less sacred and no less inalienable than the rights capitalt guarantees are violated i whenever any citizen is denied the right to labor acquire and enjoy property or reside whete interest of inclination may I determine Any denial thereof by Indi viduals organizations or governments should be summarily rebuked and fIFhrd We deny the right of any executive to disregard or suspend any cimstltntionUr privilege or limitation Obedience to the laws and respect for their requirements are alike the supreme duty of the citizen and the official The military should be used only to support and to maintain law We unqualifiedly condemn its em ployment for the summary banishment of citizens without trial or for the con electIonsI measure which passed i the United senate In but which a republican congress has ever Ssince refused to enact relating to eon tempts In Federal courts antI providing Jor trial by jury in cases of indirect eon tempt We favor the liberal appropriations foe the care and improvement of the waterways of the country When any waterway like the Mississippi river is of Hut detent Importance to demand social sit of tha government suck falobe extended with a definite tinuous work until permanent improve ment is secured We oppose the republi t can policy of starving home development Jn order to feed the greed Tor conquest and the appelite for national prcetig- tdisp1ayi ari of strength Large reductions can easily be niiidp In the annual expenditures of government without imparing the ef ficiency of any branch of the public serv ice and we shall insist upon the strictest economy and frugality compatible wltn vigorous and efficient civil military and naval administration as a right of people too clear to be denied or with held 2TJe enforcement of honesty In the public service and to that end a thorough legislative investigation of those execu tive departments of the government al ready known to teem with corruption weUas nhrr departments suspected harboring corruption and punlshnien Jrf ascertained corruptluiiists without fear or favor or regard to persons The per sistent aunt deliberate refusal of both the senate and house of representatives to I permit such investigation to be made 5emonstr te that only by u change the exec and In the legislative Ill partment can complete exposure pun laliment and correction be obtained We condemn the action of the republi can party In congress in refusing to pro hibit an executive department from en tering into contracts with convicted trusts or unlawful combinations In re straint of Interstale trade We believe that one of the best methods of procuring economy and honesty in the public service is to have public officials from the occupant of the white house down to the lowest of them return as early as sony be to JeffersonIan simplicity of liv log We favor the nomination and tion of a president imbuded with the principles of constitution who will set his face sternly against executIve- usurpation of legislative and judicia functions whether that usurpation veiled under the guise of executive con struction of existing Jaws or whether it take refuge in the tyrants plea of neces sity or superior wisdom We favor fhe preservation so fat as we can of an open door for the worlds commerce in the orient without unnecessary entanglement in oriental and European affairs and without arbitrary unlimited Irresponsible and absolute goy ernment anywhere within our jurisdic tion We oppose as fervently as did George Washington himself an Indelfnlte irresponsible discretionary and vague abi solution and a policy of colonial ex ploitation nomatter where or by whom invoked or exercised we believe witJi s Jefferson and John Adams that no gov ernment has a right to make one set ol laws for those at home and a different set of laws absolute their character for those in the colonies All men under the American flag are entitled to the protection oi the institutions whose emblem the fi- aisIf they are inherently unfit for those institutions then they are inherently un lit to be members of ihe American bod jwlltlc Wherever there may exist a peo pIe incapable of being governed under American laws in consonance with the American constitution the territory of that people ought not to be part of the American domain- We Insist that we ought to do for the Filipinos what we have already done for the Cubans And It is our intent as soon as It can be done wisely and safely lot the Filipinos themselves and after ami cable arrangements with them concern ing naval stations coaling stations adtrade relations and upon suitable guar antees of protection to all national ane International interests to set the Fillplnr Mamma Margia you naughty girl stop pulling your little broth ers hair Whal do ou mean by mtreatiilg him in that manner argie agedlts all his own fault mamma I vrantad to dlay we j were eng gedjut he would play JiJ ve were jnamd George V nnislY proper to + saythakaboneymcpn is oyei appearsiI i Fari T + rJ FADED iv 1r people on heir feet free and independent to work out their own destiny The endeavor ot the secretary of war by pledging the governments endorse ment for promo rn in the Philippine Islands to raake the Duited States a port lier la speculative exploItation of the archipelago which was only temporarily held up by the opposition of democratic nators in the last session will If sue ressful lea rto a permanent entangle ment from what would be difficult to congratulate our western citizens upon the passage of the measure known ra the Newlands Irrigation act for the Ir rlgation and reclammation of the art lands oftbewestt measure framed by a democrat passed in the senate by a nonpartisan vote and Frssedln the house against the opposition of almost all tthe republican leaders by a vote the majority of which was democratic We call tention to this great democratic measure broad ant comprehensive as It laf work leg Automatically throughout all time without further action of congress until the reclammatlon of all the lands in the arid west capable of reclammation is ac complished reserving the lands reclaimed for liomeseekers in small tracts and Idly guarding against land monopolies as an evidence of the policy or domes tic development contemplated by the democratic party should it be placed in power The democracy wher entrusted with power will construct the Panama canal speedily honestly and economically thereby g to our people what democrats hqve always contended fora great interocean canal furnishing shorter and cheaper lines of transportation and broader and less trammeled trade rela tions with the other peoples of the world The democratic party has been and will continue to be the consistent opponent of that class of tariff legislation by which certain interests have been per mitted through congressional favor to draw a heavy tribute from the American people This monstrous perversion these equal opportunities which our po litical institutions were established to cure has caused what may once have been Infant industries to become the greatest combinations of capital that the world has ever known These especial fa vorites of the government have through rust methods been converted Into mo ncpolics hums bringing to an end domes tic competition which was the only al check upon the uxtravagant profits made possible by the protective system These industrial combinations by the financial assistance they can give now control the policy of the republican party We denounce protection as a robbery of the many to enrich the few and we favor a tariff limited to the needs of the soveriiment economically administered and levied as not to against any industry class discriminateI he end that the burdens hall lie distributed as equally as pos favor a revision and a gradual re duction of the tariff by the friends of the masses and for the com monweal and not by the friends Its abuses Its extortions and its discriminations keeping In view the ultimate end of equality of burdens and equality of opportunities and the constitutional purpose of raising a revenue by taxa tion to wit the support of the Federal sovernment In all its Integrity and virili iy bur in simplicity We recognize that the gigantic trust and combinations designed to enable capi tal to secure more than its just share of the joint product of capital and labor and which have been fostered and promoteJ under republican rule are a menace to beneficial competition and an obstacle to permanent business prosperity A private monopoly is indefensible and intolerable Individual equality of op portunity and free competition are es sential to a healthy and permanent com mercial prosperity and any trust bination or monopoly tending to destroy these by controlling production restrIct- Ing competition or hung prices should be prohibited and punished by law Vfv especially denounce rebates and discrim ination by transportation companies pledge ourselves to Insist upon the just and lawful protection of our citizen at home and abroad and to use all prop er measures to secure for them whether native born or naturalized and without distinction of race or creed the equal pro tection of laws and the enjoyment of all rights and privileges open to them under the covenants of our treaties of friend ship and commerce and if under exlatinc tivattes right of travel and sojourn denied to American citizens or recog nition Is withheld from American pass crta by any countries on the ground of race or creed we favor the beginning of iicKuUaliohs with governments of such countries to secure by treaties the removal of these unjust dlscrimina Uims demand that all over the world a duly authenticated passport Issued by the government of the United States an American citizen shall be proof of tart that he Is an American citizen shall online him to the treatment lu him as such We favor the election of United State senators by direct vote of the people We favor the admission of the terri tories of Oklahoma and the Indian tJtory We also favor the mission of Arizona and New Mexico at separate states anti a territorial government for Alaska and Porto Rico We hold that the officials administer the government appolntcdtItory us well as with the Alaska should be bond fide time of their appointment rouWs ter ritory or district In which an to be performed demand the extermination o thlPnlteclfwirs We denounce the ship subsidy bill re cently passed by the United States ate as an iniquitous appropriation 0 public funds for private purposes and t wasteful illogical and useless attempt tt overcome by subsidy to the obstruction raised by republican legislation to growth and development of America commerce on the s We favor the upbuilding of a merchan marine without new or additional bur upon the PeOple and without boun lies from public treasury We favor liberal trade arrangement with Canada and with peoples of other countries where they can be entered Into with benefit to American agriculture manufactures mining and commerce We favor the maintenance of the Mon roe doctrine in its rail Integrity favor the reduction of the army and of anny expenditure to the point his torically demonstrated to be safe anQ unlHcient The democracy would secure to the surviving soldiers and sailors and theit dependents generous pensions hot by ai arbitrary executive order but by legisla lion which a grateful people stand ready lo enact Our soldiers and sailors who defend with heir lives the constitution and thf laws have a sacred interest In their Jus administration They must therefore share with us the humiliation with whlcl we have witnessed the exaltation of cour favorites without distinguished service over the scarred heroes of many battles or aggrandized by executive appropria tions out of the treasuries of a proatraU people In violation of the actof gress which it fixes the compensation and allowances of the military officers The democratic party stands committee to the principles civil service reform and we demand their honest just and im partial enforcement We denounce the republican pirty fo Its continuous and sinister encroachment upon the spirit and operation of civli service rules whereby it has arbitrarily dispensed with examinations for office In the interests of favorites and employed all manner of devices to overreach and set asida the principles upon which the civil service was established The race question has brought count less woes to this country The calm wisdom of the American people should see to it that it brings no more To revive the dead and hateful race and sectional animosities In any part of out common country means confusion distraction of business and the reopening of wounds now happily healed North south east and west have but recent stood together in line of battle Iron the walls of Pekin to the hills of tiago and as sharers of a common sSorj Are you goiug to marry that naval Qaptairi1 asked fiveyearok Margie of her grownup sister Yes dtajj was the replyv And if be should dieJ con tin ued MargiemlwjIlyoIi wear sea weeds and h a mermaid widow Ikey Good deeds Speak foa demselyes dond deyJader Einstein Vest hey sure ting if deWasion imbrpyed real estade 211L aa caramon destiny we should allare fraternally the common burdens We therefore deprecate and condemn the Bourbonllle selfish and narrow spirit of the recent republican c nven tisa at Chicago which sought to Kindle tha embers of racial and sectional tU ad ws appeal from it to the sober couinon sense and patriotic spirit of the American Tim existing republican administration has heed spasmodic sensational spectacular and arbitrary It has made Itself a satire upon the congress the cpurts and upon the settled practices and images of national and international law It summoned the congress Into hasty and futile extra session and virtually ad journed it leaving behind Its flight from Washington uncalled calendars and unac complished tasks It nude war which the oe newer of congress without authority thereby usurping one of its fundamental rogatives It violated a plain statute of the United States as well as plain treaty obligations international usages and con stitutional law and has done so under pretense of executing a great public policy which could have been more easily effected lawfully constitutionally and with honor It forced strained and unnatural con structions upon statutes usurping Ju dlcial interpretation and substituting congressional enactment decree It withdrew from congress their cus tomary duties of investigation which have heretofore made the representatives of the people and tile states the terror of evil doers It conducted a secretive investigation of its own and boasted of a few sample convicts while it threw a broad cover let over the bureaus which had been their cho en field of operative abuses and kept in power the superior officers under whose administration the crimes had been committed It ordered assault upon some monopolies but paralyzed by its first victory it flung out the flag of truce and cried out that It would not run amuck leav ing Its future purposes beclouded by ts vaccinations Conducting the campaign upon this dec laratlon of our principles and purposes we Invoke for our candidates the not only of our great and organization but also the active UpportI ance of till of our dlsresrardiilg past differences tions no longer In Issue tuiffg1tpetuation of our govern ment as framed and established by tha fathers of the republic Wonderful Escape An extraordinary incident is record ed at Sunderland A man in a boat left it to pick up some firewood under ceath a 2000ton steamer about to be launched Finding the ship beginning to move he tried to rushback but was too late Some one shoutedtmLie down which he promptly did and was lost to sight until the vessel had glided over him into theriver To the relief of the onlookers he then emerged unscathed London TitiBts SilkiTo Restore White A good way to restore white slllt articles that have become yellow in washing is to dip them in tepid soft water containing to each quart a ta blespoonful of ammonia water and a few drops of bluing Wring them out and it still yellow add a little more bluing to the water until they are fully restored Hang in the shade and dry partially and press with a hot iron between folds of cotton while damp Household Mourning in Korea Koreans wear full mourning for their fathers The dress is of hempen cloth fastened with a girdle A face shield is used to show that the we r- et must not speak to anyone unless addressed The costume is retained for three years the shield for three months This is worn for a father only Eeconflary mourning is worn for a mother and no mourning at all for a wire Washington Wheat Crops The wheat farmers of eastern Wash ington expect to barvest a crop of 30000000 bushels this season They planted a larger area than ever be fore and have a favorable season Much of the harvesting is performed by modern machines which head the grain and thresh it at the same time Five men and horses harvest acres a day Home of Allspice Practically all of the allspice orJpimento that enters lath the merce of the world is grown on the Islandof Jamaica The exports of this product from Jamaica in 1902 amount ed to 807296 pounds against 11261 264 pounds in 1901 lad 13884864 pounds in 1900 i Still at It Childhoods hours are the happiest times of ones life sighed the disappointed man Oh I dont know chirped his companion I dont Bee hut that I canwatch i ball game just about as well as I tnuld 40 years agoDetroit Free Press Bacteria in Tfeai The gamey flavor of meat is gained by deIve10phe flavor is appreciable to the senses the bacteria that produces them are ibundant JapanIPensions in The family of a dead Japanese soldier gets as a pension about onethird of the pay of his rank This would give the widow of a private 5s a month of a first lieutenant 25c of a captain and to the widow of a colonel 25 a month Romance and Reality SheDo you notice darling what beautiful azure tints the sun lends to the bosom of the ocean He That my dear is the dye out of some of those cheap bathing dress esStray Stories Largest Cinnabar Deposit What is considered the largest body of cinnabar ore in the world has just been uncovered near Apex Gunnisoh county Cot It Is about 200 feet wide carries gold and is about 30 per cent quicksilver Naturalists now make birds take helr own photographs by means of rap cameras CASTORIAHot Infants md Children ihe Kiid You avAIaysBaIlU Bears the- Signature of The man who is Top pppr to lend his friends money will never have any eJDlesr jt f i 5 j d J TyPRrFfl RAJN FTI GIferidby the lJciia aoii Iconic between Louisville und St LonK Cmrnencing Sunday June 26th Kentuckys popular line the lieu dcrspn Route will jnauguiate a sale and Fast Day service between Louisville and St Louis ineach di r ct 01 and will improve the time ald equipment generally ofall t trains betw een these points Three daily trains will be operated in each d rection on Ie foliovHng safe scheules betemeli Louisville and StjLouis L fe L iimsv lie 830 mrgroo pm a ii co nm Airjve St Louis 616 pm 720 m and 6ti6 p m Tie equipment andfW just from Ih silcpcfmIi = t modern vestibu Ittrnout of Kentucky Tde 830 a in train through without change o cars will b c m jMiSid of Pullman OlFeivatioii Par ir Cs e Reclining Chair CUTS Dhing Cats and high a e seat pas tngcis coaches The 900 pr m train through thout change of cars illcon sist of Pnllm Sleeping Cars Free Reclining Chair Cars and high back seats passengei coaches The 700 a m train vil have Parlor Cars Dining Cars and high rack tent passenger coaches Tee Dining Cars on day trains will serve meals a lu carte ryou pay only for what you get All trairs will leave trom and ar UnIonIDeparting from the mnjnificvni ew Union Station St LoUIs tl1l5tthe ageiit for tickets via Lonicville ind the Henderson Route HP will have them in stock and wi11heI glad to ticket yon that way You will be satisfied in ever respect with the accommodation and safe train ervice that ia offered by this line which has been termed the Official Route for Kentuckians STATE OF OHIO City of Toledo SS Lucas County FRANK IIINEYmnaitea oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F J CuE NEY CO doing business in the City of Toledo County Slate aforesaid sail that suid firm will pay the sum of ONE HUN DRED DOLLARS for each and ever ease of Catarrh that onnnot be cured hy the use of Malls Catarrh Cure FRANK J Ctl Swo iito before me arid lIubcrihedln my presence this day of December AD I85V WGLESON SEALJ Notary Catarrh Cure is taken internally tlltJs directly on he blood ninl mucon murfiees of lute system Send for testinio free1 Addrefs F J CHFNFY J CO Toledo Soldhy oil Drusist Halli fauiily Pills lire the best RUES UPON TOPOF PItS Piles upon top of piles of people lave Piles and DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cures them There ire many different kinds of Piles but if you get the genuine and ori ginal Witch Hazel Salve made by E DeWittCo qf Chicago a iire is certain H A Tisdale ol Sumnierton S C says I bad piles 20 years and DeWitts salve ured me after everything else failed Sold by Chas C Davis the ilruggist LOW RoTES TO COLORADO AND UTAH RESORTS Btyst reached via the Missouri Pacific Railway From St Louis to Pueblo Colorado Springs and Denver 25 00 Glel wood Spring 3700 Salt Lake City 38 oo round trip orresiOndiIlglylow rates from all points Tickets on sale daily until Sept 30 return limit Oct 31 1804 Liberal stop vers with diverse routes Three fast trains drily from St Loui elegant equipment For descrij live literature particulars etc consult Ticket Agents r address R T G Matthews T P A Room 301 Norton Bldg Louisville Ky TO GOLDEN CALIFORNIA Best way is via Missouri Pacific Railway through scenic Colorado anti Utah turningvia Iron Mountain Route or vice versa Cheap ronrTd trip rate from SF Louis to San Francisco or Los Angeles 4750 account Knights Templar Gontlave and Sovereign Grand Lodge I O 0 F September next Liberal stop overs in scenic Colo rado Tickets on sale Augustis to September 10 limited October 23 1904 Two fast trains daily Pullman sleepers cars and dining caTS Special Train Per sonally Conducted to San Francisco Knights Templar Conclave Stops en route to sight see Colorado etc For itinerary of trip descriptive literature map folders etc consult Ticket Agents or address RT G Matthews T P A Room toi Norton Bldgl touisville KVf L I jjiJfj DALLY TOURIST E BRST Iron Mountain Koine upvraiea Pullman Tourist Sleepers St LCUIS to California leaving 830 tom daily via Little Rock Tex irkana Dallas Foil Worth and El Paso The Ideal Route to Califor Fast Schedule cheap Colo must rates in ettet daily during mont of March and April 1904 to California and the Northwest Pullman tourist sleepers via Mis souri Pacific Railway leave St Louis every TiKi from Kansas Y s If Thursdays and Fnd s 630 p in going via Pueblo D R G s s lem through Glenwood Spniigs Salt Lake City to Ogden etc- iimiilmeker and Colonist rates to r s ill the West 5d ti rv fir ii Tues flai h IF nt F v foldt 5li V ttc consult neare j Tc I of address R T G MAt tri Room 301 N mar i8tf Louisville is MADE YOUNG AtAIN One of Dr Kings New ife Pills eachnight for two weeks has put me in my teens again writes D H Turner of Dempseytown Pm Theyre tIle best in the world fir Liver Stomach and Bowels Purely vegetable Never tripe Only 25C at ali dinggists In recognition of his humane conduct at Santiago Adriubgr nnI hmItn frf t1i I ken 8mtt r COMMISSIONERS SALE ROCK ASTIE CIRCUIT COURT Ky W H Rid ell Pltff Against Equity James Riddell Deft By virtue of a judgment and order of sale Roclccnstle circuit court rendered at the May term thereof 1904 in the above case for the division styledIes on day the 25th dfcyof July 1904 between the hours of 9 oclock am and oclock p mooing county court dayupon a credit of six months the following described prop rty towit A certain tract of land situated in Rockcastle county Ky on the waters of Roundstone crsek and bounded as follows By the ojiway lauds the lands formerly owned byJoseph Isle Chary John Reynolds and Robert Kid dell and is this same land deeded to Julia Reynold rate Jl1lfa A Lair by Literal Martin and carrol Martin and their wives which deed is of record in the Rockcastle Qpunty court clerks ofiice in deed book K page 404 and is the same land on which the said Julia A Xair lived at the time of her death and contains 106 acres more or less but from this bqundrry there is cepted about 15 acres on the South sidevhich was sold b the said Julia A Laic W H Riddell leaving to be sold 91 acres more or less Or cient thereof to produce the sums of money orderedto be made For the purchase price the purchas erwith approved surety or securities must execute bond bearing legal in terest from the day of sale until pain and having the force and effect of a jujigment Bidder will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms M PENNINQTOK MC R c c COMMISSIONER SALE ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT KY John Gadd etc by John Penning ton GuardiaP111Against Equity Ex Parte Proceedings Def By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of ockcastle ircuit ourt rendered at the May term thereof loot I shall proceed to offer for sale at the court house door in Mt Vernon to thehigheatbiddeiv atpublic KyI on Monday the 25th day of July between the hours of 9 oclock and 4 oclock p n bting county courtdayuP9D a credit of six propJertyA tract of laud located in ockcas tie county beginning at a stake in Clear cr elcin line of A W StewJ arts 206 acres andcorher of lot No2I thence with line of same NC9iat4ij poles across county road in all 441 poles tJl a beech on high bank of road E23 poles to asmal hickory with pointers S80 JE110 poles to a stone pile between two branches corner of Lot No 2 in line of 50 aero tract ofj Jobn Gadd thence with same N27 E4 poles and 3J feet to stonepile in patch between two whitebaks and buckeye N10 W30 poles to a poplar stump just below a spring corner also to J J Berry thence with his line K86 wlS2 poles crossing county road to a stake StewIartsrthence S17 E43 poles up 3i feet to the beginning containing 28 acres Dr sufficient thereof to produce the stunS of money soordered to be made For the purchase price the purchaa er with aproved surety or securities inItefestand haying the for and effect of a rutlgment Bidder will be prepared lo comply promptlywith these s- 1M PENNINGTONrMr o noQ 4- k T rMgctablePreparIioafcrAs i shinilabing hug tllaStanaf j4 tysts ii PfOIc isrbttI ness and flIitlCl Opiuinih u SNOTNi q tLrS1M Ifmvis icei- iAixJii tlw sLr 1iJee W Caie bl Ron Worms ness end Loss Fac Simile Signature NET YORI WRAPPSR ts y ti OF MT OPENED 1900J STOCK WILLIAMS PRES JAS T ADAMS VICEPRES W RICHARDS CASHIER A B FURNISH ASST CASH Williams Geo Livesay A T Fish S H Martin Rod Perry E Houk We solicit accounts of firms and individuals CareJul atten tion is given collections entrusted to Our friends and patrons are inv ed to callwbenin town Phone No 55 Sale IDe itts Little Early Risers ihe pill that will will fill the bill ROCKCASTLK CIRCUIT COURT KY Without gripe Thomas Barnett To cleanse the lver without a By next Friend tcPlffAgainst Equity quiver Johnn Take oneat night By virtue of a Judgment and order sale of ockcastle 4rcuit burtj rendered at the May term thereof ItKH in the above case I shall proceed to offer for sale at the court house doOt in Mt Vernon Ky to the highest bidder at public auction on Monday the 25th day of July 1104 between the hours of 9 oclock a m and 4 oclock p rnbeing county court day upon a credit of six months the following described property towit On the North by the lauds WW offey and John Dotson oa the East by the lands of W A offey on the south by the land Joseph Mc Gee and Jim Brown anIon the West Icontainscient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made For the purchase price the pur chaser with approved surety or secu rities must execute bond bearing legal interest fromthe day of sale til paid and havingthe force and ef fect of a judgment Bidder will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms M PENNINGTON IL c JOHN D CARROLL UA ilJHon John Carroll of New- Castle one of the best known law yers in tho State has announced as a candidate for Appellate Judge iui this District subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Car rolls friends especially in the for a long time desired to see him on time bench of the highest court in the State He has held several offices of trust and honor and in all of them acquitted quiteIin the Legislature was a member of the Constitutional Convention and one of the throe commissioners reviseIform to the changes made by the constitution and was for three years chairman of the Democratic State 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 cx tensive and accurate knowledge of the lawrandin the prime of life his large circle friends believe he would make a splendid judge Trimble Democrat i i iti cLIS I omit For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought IBr rs tho a laturt Jf s JI ise- i i i r i ar- sw I k 1081A THE BJINK jT VERMiN VRNONJIY CAPITAL 515000 C C L DIRECTORSC C J us i Commissioners a S s CoffeyDeft of of of of c c D lega- lprofesionhave DeWitts Little Early Risers are smalleasy to take easy and gen tie n effect yet they are so certain in esults that iio one who uses them is disappointed For quick reli f from billiousness sick head ache torpid liver jaundice dizzi nes and all troubles arising from an uactive sluggish liver Early Kit rs are unequaled Sold by Ch C Davis the druggist 0 NOTICE All parties owing me for the year 1903 are earnestly requested to call and settle same These accounts should have been settled January i 1904 at least and I think I have been very pa tient in waiting all this time Please come at onceJ WOOD junv 2m Orlando Ky COMMISSIONERS SALE ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT KY W H Jones others PUT Against Eq George Barkly tucDel J By virtue of a judgment and or der oj sale of Ruikcastle circuit court rendered at the May term Ihereof I9 4inthe above rase for the sum otto W H Jones 4251 M R Jones 4517 C C and K G Williams 2391 total 11259 with interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from the 6th day of July 1904 until paid and 75iOO costs herein shall proceed to offer sale at the court house in Mt Ver non Ky at the highest bidder at public auction on Monday the 25th say of July between the hours of 9 oclock am and 4 oclock mbeing county court daynpon- a credit or six months the follow ing property towit A certain tract of land located in Roikcastle county Ky and bound ed as follows Located near the headwaters of Roundstone creek in Rockcastle county Ky and bounded as fol lows On the North and South by the lands of Harris and Chenault on the East bylhe lands of Henry Hamlin and on the West by the lands of Wilson Williams andcon taming 60 aciei more or less Or sufficient theteof toeor duce the sums of money so prod tj be made For the purchase price the pur chasar with approved surety or securities must execute bond bear ins legal inter est from the day of sale until paid and having the force and tfitct of a judgment Bidder will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms Iff PENNINGTQJTi KC R c C Call at the SIGNAL office for Insurance i tt 3j c