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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tt J Established 1887 t VOLUME XVII MT VERNON ROCK CASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY JULY 22 1904 NUMBER 43 II County Attorney L W Bethurum Whose announcement as a candidate for Judge of the RockcastleCounty Court appears in this issue Mr Bethurum has made a splendid reord prosecutor and the lawbreakers when brought before him have had a rugged path to travel It is not known forsure whether he will have opposition for the nomination or not and his announcement for Judge will come as a surprise to many as it was generally believed throughout the county that he would stand for reelection as County Attorney Hew ill be a strong man in the lace He is a graduate of the University of Law Louisville and has been a successful practition at this bar for the past ten years GOOCHLAXl J Jure McGl1irehas gone to Illi nois Mis Stella Anglin has been vis iting at Berea Ora Adams of Mullins Station was upSunday Mrs J L Jones bas been on the sick list butis better Mrs N J McGuire has returned from a short visit at Livingston Miss Nannie Anglin of Berea mad a frying trip tothis place the 18th Inst Miss Flora Carpenter and little Miss Hallie are visiting at Ford and other points in Madison Miss Fulsome McGuire who has been with Mrs S Fuqua will re turn to Stanford in a few days Mrs James Turner of White Hall Madison connty was with her mother Mrs A C Carpenter a few daysMr Frank Jones of Scaffold Cane passed through here en route home from the upper counties where he had been drumming for sonic time WEAK HEARTS are caused by indigestion If you eat a little too much or if you are subject to attacks of indigestion the stomach expands swells and puffs upagainst the heart This crowds the heart and shortens the breath Rapid heart beats and heart disease is the final result Kodol Dyspep sia Cure digests what you eat takes the strain off the heart cures indigestion dyspepsia sour stomach and contributes nourishment strength aud health to every organ of the body Sold by Chas CI Davis the druggist Go At IMust iohnietnou lilUII VJ0 HJ D CARROLL CA CANDIDATE FOR APPELLATE JUDGE OP THIS DISTRICT Hon John D Carroll of New- Castle one of the best known lawyers in who State has announced s a candidate for Appellate Judge in this District subject to the action ofthc Democratic party Mr Car Tolls frieidsespeciallyin the legal professionhaVe for a Ipng tim desired to see hem on the bench o the highest court m the State He has held several offices of trust and honor and in all of them acquitted himself with credit When quite young man he served two term- in s the Legislature was a metnbe- of the Constitutional Convention and one of the throe commissioners appointed by theGoverrior to revis 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 State Central Committee He is the editor of Carrolls Kentuck Codes of Practice and Carrolls i Kentucky Statutes Jaw books that are in general use and that may be found in the office of every lawyer in the State A man of high inI exItensivcthe law and in the prime of life his large circle of friends believe he wouldmake a splendid judge = Trimble Democrat ASTORIAPoi Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of BllODH BAD Mrs W H SJwdrr is on the sick lit IL B Hilton has returned fi Stanford Jolui Cress was in town the firs of the wtekJMrs Alex Tyree continues to grow weaker Mrs R L Collier visited Liv ingstun this week Billy Warrer of Level Green was here Wcdnetdiy rBogue Smith and wife went to Preachersville Sunday Bro A J Pike went to Hnysville Friday to his regular monthly appointment Mrs G AW Brooks is the guest of her sister Mrs Walter Miller at Livingston Miss Clyde Css has returned from a several weeks visit to Rileys anc Stanford Bro Sawyers filled his appointment at the M E Church Saturday and Sunday J U Wallin passed through Saturday en route to Gum Sulphur where he has a grocery store Misses Ada Roberta Davis of Mt Vernon and Lillie Thompson of Lancaster are the guests of Miss Mae Magee Mrs Mollie tne and daughter Mrs Lee Meier of Lancaster are visiting Mrs Stones parents Mr and Mrs Joe Purcell Mr Amos Smith and Misses Clevy and Lizzie Hiatt of Hiatt- passed through town Saturday e route to Preachersville G W Brown and family of the Freedom neighborhood visited the family of Andrew Thompson from Saturday until Sunday There hay been one coal oil machine unloaded at this place and now at work on the Tate farm 4 miles north of Brpdheqd Rock yetfLeIbanon Hetowith him rThekeys of the new school build ing will be handed to the trustees Satuiday It is a splendid house appearane ce of our town Mr Mike Padgett and Miss Norah Ballardwere married at Tack Bollards MondayMr Fred Ballard and Miss Alice Mink were alYof this place Misses Ellen and Lillie Butne- of Mt Vernon and Mr Will But tier of Florida visited theircousi Mrs J R Cass the first of the week Miss Lillie will remain i Brodhead for several days She will be one of the teachers in the public school this district Mrs Lucy Rigsby wife of Per Rigsby died July 12th 1904 her home about two miles east this place She had been aPatier sufferer of consumption for sometime The husband and four sma boys are left to mourn the loss of a kind and loving wife an mother The remains was brought hem for interrment MUST GO AT COST Must Go COST Atl FOR BARGAINS IN SUMMER Suitings White Goods Shirt Waists Slippers and Straw Hats Sin fact any article that is not worn in winter season that we riow have on hands will go ats cost av ikV 1 Come and see for yourself e We can save you Money f p J C HOCKER CO i r t MVINQSTONKY Irc BUCK TABNON WRITES FROM SOMERSET We are in the fcrnjIIvery a to crats hot our Republican fiends ale s mew hat iioiiplu erl They wanted Cleveland lint veins s e we didnt I want right here an now to say Three long loud re echoing cheers for Bryan the biggest the brainiest and the est mn in Uncle Sams Dominion tr oky ye desert rs of 9 aii19oWhere did you find Bryan ml what did you find him doing laying the roll of Watteison aiidCu NoI but in every case quietly submit ting to the vote or expiepsed wishes of the majority of his party at Su Louis aud now ready ttogo to work for the ticket tho not hit choice 1 bigrsaidI hard things about Bryan McKiiiley and ALMOST destroyed our party in saving the country National Banks They should hasten to Mr Bryan without delay and ask his forgiveness confessing their sins If they are Bryans friends theyll do it or if they have the spirit of him and a soul of democracy they will Te republicans will not sleep on Beds of Roses from now oh till the Ides of November has fully come and THEN their briers may Jorsandnthat political Jordan mentioned at St Louis Polly Tix like merchandise fluctuate and the rich and prosperous of today may be the bankrupts tomorrow But I should not write on this wise for the rads may see it take time flstion Well Somerset isona boom and a general business whiz from the oil corporation clear down the line to the driver ov the blind boss rig on the street that goes at his masters bidding from 300 a m till 000 p m with but little rest food or drink during those 21 hours and there are no Sundays for him Remember heartless man that only the merciful can obtain mercy aud that the merciful man is merciful to his brutes Let us remember that life is short that- laJustJudgmentlssnre and Eter Dont or dehorned cows in your way as witnesses on dayr sales and New York havena trade that has downed the anducounty with some good and some very worthless gcods I saw jeanes tell at 34c- and pretty good shoes from 25C awayats placeto them are cheap 11Ed Parker made a speech here Saturday and if his statements are parethe rottonest and most corrupt thing on this side the gates o hades The Ins and wanttoget ins constitute the two factional force- sand the way they fight and tell hard things on each other even makes democrats feel ashamed AI1the the revenue officers seem to be for Hunter and those who would have a slice of pie are against him i e the outsThe farmers here aborts are like those of Level G 1reendens are splendid and vegetables are very cheap potatoes only 5o d beans cabbage cowcumbers an per mad uses very cheap indeed Peddlers from the country haul fn and sell their garden products chickens eggs eery day Eggs are Iicper dozen Lots of fine new Souses are going up here now addone day in the nearfutme Somerset wi11ba city indeed I visited Bro Campbell in his sanctum where he is running the best semiweekly jn Kentucky Even the repubs patronize him in rpreference to other papers Br Campbell is highly Pleasedwith the NE N COOHS Coming EveryDay r = iJ ND we still continue to Lead PRICES a withIi20 per cenIf 120 per cent CLOTHING at Manufacturers A 11LLbefortzgoingYours for bargains LH I Livingston = St Louis ticket and will do his whole duty in the coming cam are not as thick here as fiddlers are said to be in Sheol but they are properly built and of the very best material Hustle the boys up in QC oat let it die before it gets out of the swaddling clothes Very truly BUCK VARNON LAND STOCK XNbvCROP Leslie Combs of Lexington bought of CLebus his 1904 crop of wool 4012 pounds at 25 cents Enquirer J N Newman had bought alto gether up toTuesday noon about 1000 bushels of new wheat having paid from 83 to 91 cents He boughts 000 bustes Tuesbay from John E Harris at 91 ctsVood ford Suu The big potato crop this yea promises to make up for the shoe one of last year Reports from all sectinns are to the effect that more potatoes will be raiseb this season than in any oue single year for a long time P Pen Taylor and H L Quiseudeary solb last week countys10 3 1000 at 435 It was reported that Mr Taylor had solb a couple of load ofexpert cattle but it was R Stuart Taylor instead Winchester Democrat fThe Western genius who discov ereb that there is a market for canned jackrabdits has probably sounded the death knell Of the long Therthoutscads of jackrabbits are slaughtered in that vicinity each month Chicagosays the general loss of pigs all over the stock breeding States late cold spring must make a short supply ot dreeding hogs a s well as for fattening pigs Tvven tyfnveor fifty portent of the pigs have been lost according to re ports from several States Pun breedfeedfngpigs of early litters ares scarce that that prices will be higher than ever known and iidMarchand April 11iie a shot t supply of fot pigs whicn jmust ad vance prices A great cheese mate iu Harm tonMo has been shipped for ex libation in the dairy section of the Missouri exhibit at the Worlds Fair It is seven feet iu diamete- t4inches thick and weighs shoo 1500pounds On the face of the cheese is the worh Missouri and in bios relief is pictured a milkmaid tvilkiugto o a field of clover and grass The plaster asC for 4 k a Published Every- FridaN LOW paignDemocrats Cut onall Shoes Cut on all Hats ALL Cost DAVIS Ky straightEwing making the cheese was made in Si Louis and the milk useb in the cheese was the product of two daps probuct ofa Hamilton creamery 1690 pounds of curd being used QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS In reply toJN Browns ques tion some time ago in regard to the RussianJapanesewar The cause of the war is contention over Manchuria Port Arthur aridCorea These powers are about 4000 miles apart The population of Japan is about 50000000 and that of Russia 50000000 or three times as large as Japan Port Arthur is on the south coast of Manchuria Manchuria and Korea are in the eastern part of Asia Russia has to transport her troops about 4000 miles and her means of transportation is by rail roadaltogetherover the Trans Siberian railroad The govern arrmonarchial J M Craig Will Encl Varnon please ex find in World Almanac that on Feb 1903 Sun on meridian 12 oclock 14 min And in Nov Sun on meridian oclock nail 43 min In one case the sun is 14f min slow and in the other 17 min fastrby is it Please explain why the sun will shine on north side ofa house morning and evening and the same house at noon will cast a shadow to the north J S Reppert toI I am indeed sorry to have think that our teachers who hitherto been considered haveI those of any other county in tucky cannot be interested inBro Albrights generous offer Only give me one halfdozen women with tornrespondent and well run this to of1Rockcastleas in our e as Mrs of Crab Orchard thee front Shame on you Now I expect to make callson you and you personalI saver If we tried to thing more amusing and less in tttuctive youd help up J N Brown The teachers evidently believing that they pre already wise enough or are too indifferent about the matter we will after two weeks irmanifested bring to a close our Q and A column This otter wss made purely for the benefit of th Teachers and iUsnot our wish to eoplejwhicht PSi J KENTUCKY FAIR DATES The following are the dates fixe I for holding the Kentucky fairs f c 1904 as far as reported Crab Orchard July 273 days Danville August 33 days Harrodsburg Aug g3 days dayBrodhead Shepherdsville Aug 24 day Shelbyville Aug 234 days Springfield Aug a44 days I 7XichoJasville f t Florence Aug 3t4 days Glasgow Aug 314 days Elizabethtown Sept G4 days Hartford Sept 214 days Georgetown Aug 9I2 days London Aug3 days Barbourville Aug 3t3 days Berea July 42 days We may as well come to an tv derhtanding right now sid tl i angry husband It may be hall eFor you to hear the truth from m butIt Indeed it is interrupted tie patient wife I hear it so seldom from you- STATEOF OHIOlCity Lucas County j FRANK J CHENEY makes wtli that ie is senior partner of the firm of F J CHJ NEY S CO doing business in the City of Toledo Count mul State aforesaid anti tIlt soul firm will pay the sum of ONE HU Droll DfTAPSfnreachanderereasef Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK JCHENE Sworn to before me and subscribed In r y presence this h day of December 18SiA tiLEASON SEAL Notary Pub halts Catarrh Cure is taken internal f and nets directly on the blood and mnco C surfaces of ills system Send for testino nials Adtlres F J CHENEY CO Toledo 0 7Halls e I think said the meditative boy that a wasp would be all right if it didnt get tired Eh replied his father wh re did you get that ideaI Why one day I got a waspon my hand and while he was walkii g around he was all right TIe didnt hurt till he stopped to sit down THK11fever oure WorwUl 6eeD7ouopen and be Force in shape If TfleI IEAT EM LIKE CANDY Mecents per box Write for tree sample and alet health Address U or tort KEEP YOUR ILOOD CLEAN- er a r Mt VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY Juy 22 1904 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made mourn on aj5jslkatwnJ DEMOCRATIC TIGICET For President JUDGE ALTON BROOKS PARKER Of New York For Vice President HON HENRY DAVIS Of West Virginia HON D L MOORE Ureer county is a candidate for Con gress in the Eighth district lo succeed Hon G Gilbert subject to the action of r Democratic party Your support is earnes- ly solicited HON HARVEY HELM Of Stanford is candidate for Congress in this the Eighth district subject to the at Lion of the Democratic party f HON G G GILBERT Of Shelby ville is candidate for Congress iuthiathe Eighth district to succeed him self subject the action of the Democratic party FOR JUDGE We nre authorized to announce L W BETHURUM as candidate for Judge of Rockcastle Conn ty subject to the action of the Republican party FOR JAILER are authorized to announce IL JOHNSON as a candidate for Jailer of Rockdastle ty subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce W DECKER ns acandidaeforJailerof Rockcastle Conn ty subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announee L L JARRETT as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle Con n ty ubject to the action of the Republican party A PRIMARY some wanted and a primary they get as the manner of ominating a Democratic candidat- for Congress in this district At the meeting of the district commit ftee held at Nicholasville after a JTather stormy session it was decide ed to call a primary October est t7 aSCRAPSi c t t JET c it is in order now to name the kin Alton Brooks Parker SlowboyAm I to understand that you regard me only in the Nanfrymy fault ifyouerdont know enough to turndown the light eSeehere Maginnis this ma is doing twice the work that you are Thats what Oive bin atellin him for the lhast hour sor but the bloody Oitalian wont stop ChumleighrI feelas if I were throwing myself away on that girl Our house is one of the greatest in England t Dearborn Well her fathers packing house is one of the bigge in America Green Goods Beneath this mound lies all we found Of little Jptinriy Green lightTdJudge Pa said the boy looking up from his book what does a mans better half mean Usually my son replied his father from behind the evening paper she means exactly what she says A little five year old chap was writing a letter to his absent father After telling about the family he said And you just oug- to see my puppj papa He is ge ting bigger every day ana some times twice a day J Such conduct said the teach to a rebellious pupilwill event ally bring your fathers gray h in sorrow to the grave Dona you believe it replied i the incorrigible youngsr The governor wears a wig See Ruth is still in the nursery hut her big brother has a bicycle Ruth heard all sorts of conversations about tires gearand xither bicycle terms One morning Ruth stepped upon an innocent looking pin Aboveherscreamswaspeard t iJICome mother quick Ive gota puncture c Sadie What is that big iron thing Toll of holes RamieThat isa locomotive boil ereSadieIndeed But who do they have to boil locomotives IRamieDh to make them ten Louis Landram says A New York mart has decided that a street car conductor has no right to kick ThereJlivering a kick and it is pleasant to note that at least one departure from the time honored custom has been judiciously frowned upon They were playing tennis on the old lawn Dear me remarked the young man with a faraway look in his eyes we never hear of old fash ioned kissing games any mores styletIdont agree with you replied the pretty girlany game is a kiss ing game if you supply the kisses A well known Walnut Hills min ister during his discourse one Sabbath morning said In each blade of grass there isi sermon The following day one of bis flock discovered the good man pushing a lawn mower about bis yard and paused to say Well parson Im glad to see you engaged in cutting your sermonsshort A traveller in England rested at noon at a wayside inn and took luncheon The landlord was a socialperson and after presenting his bill sat down and chatted with his guest By the way the latter said after a while what is your name My name repliedthe landlord is Partridge Ah returned the traveler with a humorous twinkle in his eyes by thee length of your bill I should have thought it was Woodcock Are you the man who put in the paper that my brother was a liar asked the tall roughlooking man of a north Missouri editor re cently Lbee Are you the man interrupted the other pushing his hand into his pocket I faltered the editor Well if you are I wanl to tell you that you done a good job of it came from the rough man He is a liar Heres a dollar send me your paper for a year As the door slammed behind him the editor fainted The subject of the debate was Resolve That the clothes made the person There was general agreement among the speakers th the clothes do make the person But byandby a long young far knand Gentlemen and Fell Citizens it seem to me that thir yere question is too rediculous fer discussion Vbef a woman dres ed in the finest silks and the latest style should come into this yer school house at this yere but few would see her But ef she kim in yere without any clothes every tarnation eye in the house would be glued on her stIt was not an American farmer of whom an English paper tells a story although the incident mig of1tbquestion had been to a rent dinn to enjoy himselfOamong men of h rI own walk in life while his hardworking wife stayed at home and saw to it that the farm suffered no loss in his absence Im about tired out was the mans greeting upon his rotor Is tl cows in t barn Yes long since replied iii spouse barely stopping a moms n from hdr duties to glance at him as she spoke Is l hosses unharnessed and inquiredht tYes with a smile Fowls locked up Yes dear Wood chopped for mornin erYes my lord dressisYes sit down apd dont worry Wagon iyheelmended and ready to start in t mornin Yes indeed to vour notion Oh then concluded the good man with a sighof relief hUrlY let me have toy supper and turn in Farm njs beginnin to tell on the a sThe X NC wills il tickets to Nashville Aug 8 9 and id limit = ed Aug 15 for 7 90 round trip aecpunt of the Interstate Teachers Association colored NEWS ITEMS The boundary dispute between Brazil and Peru ills beei settled Dr J G Furnish has resigned as siiqerintendent of the insane asylum at Lakeland The Russian Government is ported to have ordered several sub marine boats from the United States The request of the relatives of the late Paul Kruger that his body be buried in the Transvaal has been granted by the British Privy experienced the hottest weather yesterday since 190 the thermometer registering 94 degrees lesulting in three deaths and a score of prostrations Oapt Calhoun is enlarging his of activity Representatives of the French Government have employed him to secure a claim of 300000 agatnst the United Mary Walker of fJolombns Miss while strolling along the mountainside at Monteagle Tenn r fill over a precipice a distance of sixty fort susiainiflg probably fall injuries John P McNally an engineer on the Cincinnatti Southern railroad fell from his cub on high Bridge yesterday and his neck was broken yet he still lives in the hospital at lexington The commissioners of the Central Asylum at Lakeland will spend about 50000 in improving the water supply fcilities which have been inadequate in the past Are servos i2oox20O feet in extent wil be built The Hon Henry G Davis Democratic nominee for Vice Pre ident will leave Elkin W Va to day for New York to attend a conference of party leaders He will visit Judge Parker at Rosemount but the date of the visit is uncer lain Six carloads of enthusiastic friends from Kingston visiter Judge Alton B Parker last night and gave him a great ovation Former State Senator Linson deliv eyed a Brief address in behalf the visitors Congressman Bourk Cockran August Belmont W R Rody and Patrick McCarren wee t the notable callers of the day They couferred with the Democrat t ic nominee during the afternoon A dispatch from PorttandOre gon says There will never bean other silver dollar coined in this country said George T Roberts Director of the United States Mint in an interview here Mr Robert atis enroute to Alaska and made this statement in answer to a question put to nim by a representative ol the Oregonian No there will b erno more new silver dollars turned out by the Government mint plant unless by some chance a 16 to Congress should be electedfor the supply of silver bullion purcbsed exhausefede A remarkable feature of the opening day October t6 of the big missioary convention at the Worlds Fair will bean immense celebration of the Lords Supper Preparations are being made for 10000 people to htsit at one communion table toget er with accommodations for 700 pore under the same roof This communion service where 17000 people will partake of the Lords supper at one time will probably bethe largest communion service ever held in the worldand this sight alone would merely asa unusual in the worlds history sacnmay be someof our Chris thse CHAS C DAVIS our 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 Kodo Dyspepsia Cure If you knew th value of this remedy as we know it you would not suffer another day Kodol Dyspepsia Cureisa tho ough digestant and tissuebuilding tonic as well It is endorsed per sonally by hundreds of people whom it has cured of indigestion dyspepsia palpitation ofth heartland stomach troubles generally Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat It is pleasant palatable and strengthening j Like the peafowl when he looks at his feet hiss pride fallsso it is IvlientheschoolboystumpshistoeI gainsta bouldervmany of wBich infestbnr sichobllhouseysird Z J iJ y tTHESUNDAY BIBLE SCHOOLI Lesson In the In for July 24 1904ClJehoshai phaf orm Prepared by the Highway and By way Preacher Copyright by JM Edson LESSON TEXT Chron 19111 Memory Verses 46 And Jehoshaphat the king of Judah re turned to his house In peace Jerusalem And Jehu the son of Hananl the seer wept out to meet him arid said to J h shapl1at Shouldest thou help KingI godly and love them that hate the therefore wrath upon thee from the Lord Nevertheless there are good found in thee in that thou hast thingsI iway the groves out of the land repared thine heart to seek God And Jehoahaphat dwelt at Jerusalem and he went out again through the people Horn Beersheba to Mount Ephraim andIbrought them back unto the Lord their fathers And he set judges In the land through out all the fenced cities of Judah city by cf And said to the judges Take heed what ye do for ye judge not for man but for the Lord Who Is with you In the judgment Wherefore now let the tear of the Lord be upon you take heed and do It for there Is no Iniquity with the Lord our God nor respect of persons nor taking of gifts S Moreover In Jerusalem did Jehosha phat set of the Levlba and of the priests and of the chief of the fathers of Israel for the judgment of the Lord and for con troversies when they returned to Jerusa lem And he charged them saying Thu shall ye do In the fear of the Lord falth ully arid with a perfect heart And what cause soever shall come to you of your brethren that dwell In their betweenanents ye shall even warn them that they respaas not against the Lord and so wrath ome upon you and upon your brethren his do and ye shall not trespass And behold Amarlah the chief priest matters of the Lord and fa10s of Ishmael the ruler of he house of Judah for all the kings HS also the Levltes shall be officers be ore you Deal courageously and the jrd shall be with the good THE LESSON includes Chron 1720 1 Clogs GOLDEN TEXT Deal courageous tnd the Lord shall be with the good i Chron TIME Jehoshaphat began to reign in B C Lesson events occurred In wen tieth year of his reign- PLACEJerusalem and Judea- PEPSONRJehoshaphat and the seer fehu Events in Judah Jehoshaphats righteous and prosperous 1elfin2 Chron Jehoshaphats unholy alliance with Ahab Chron Events of the LessonChap Jehoshaphats miraculous victory over Moab and AmmonChap 20130 Jehoshaphats second wicked alliance with Israel Chap 2035 Jehoshaphats Disastrous Shipping Yen ureVs Events in Israel Ahab was killed in battle with the Syri ins against whom he had gone when he itrsuaded Jehoshaphat to join forces with aftfrhabshistory of Elijah the Prophet which will leasonsforAugustanSeptember reign ScriptureJehumeet hlmThe same prophet who had rebuked Baasha kingoflsrae Kln kt propheto s 11Kings1038 Shouldest thou help the ungodly and EphUungodly alliance probably led later he marriage of Jehoshaphats son Chroe thlng3foundlid record In 2 Chron 17 God Is always ready to see the good and give due credit He went out agalnSee 2 Chron kingdomr things the early reforms had undoubt edly lapsed as they do today We ne to remember 1 Cor 1558 LordrSet Judges In the landThis mea his reappointment of commissioners Chatn new powers and a large staff of assistants Take heed what ye do for ye jud not for man but for the Lord who judgmentThisbewould desk of every judge in the land today Much of the evil in Israel had arisen from honorable judgesComp 1 Sam 813with vs and JforetiverJehoshaphat did not rest conteht with educational and judlct reforms He reestablished the functions of the priests and Levites charging them to serve in the fear of perfectopermsnest e place to start every reform for Matt 1519 Deal courageously It takEs a brave man to be a reformer Matt 52930 Matt 1023 Make no compromis God In dealing with sin accepts not ing but unconditional surrender He never temporizes Dare we Deal courageously therefore for h Lord shall be with the good h lesson furnishes striking example of dbyJesus1423 i Seed Thoughts Three points about God are empha sized in this lesson No iniquity with NoreItat ing of gifts Man cannot bribe God bey of which were 1 ContrItionsorry for sin Confession admission of stnras as possible for sin Measure the qual sty of your repentance br this fourfold tent 1 IAustnllia has more churches per capita than any other country She hassle churches to ovary 100000 people England has 144 and RUf sia about 55 Swiss watches according to a re pan just publ shed are becoming populer in ChiuaThose with fantastic designs on the face find the most ready sale Tie c uniiies with the largest RusIcially or in any other way numberI staIworlds total population at 1000 000000 souls reSimplontunnel the longest in the world is to be completed in 1905 The event will he celebrated at Milan the nearest important Italian city by an international ex positionJapanesedwellingusually of but one floor They are dividedinto the njmber of bedroom the owner re quires by paper shutters which lit into grooves These paJtition can be removed at will Kansas harvests more wheat than any other State in the Union In its wheat belt of thirty counties not one county raises less than icoooo bushels Summer county has a record of 6812102 bushels Most of the black hair used in wigs and switches comes from the convents of Italy and Spain while the fair and red hair comes mainly from the beads of Russian Swedish German and Dania h peasant girls During the summer large number of women come from Poland Silesia and Galicia to Central German to work in the the eugar beet fields They are driven in gangs by a male overseer and receive 35 cents a day gird hoard iThe Emperor of Japan comes from an old family He is the one hundred and twentysecond sot ereign of his line and the crown he withtcinterruption front father to son since abut 666 B C DeVittsLittle Early Risers The pill that will will fill the bill Without a gripe To cleanse the liver without quiver toTake boost night DeWitts Little Early Riser 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 billfousuess sick head iche torpid liver jaundice dizzi ness and all troubles arising from edan inactive sluggish liver Early Risers are unequaled Sold by Chas C Davis the druggist r ofA twoheaded girl was born in Cairo NUMBER TWO Worldsat sure to gel well locatedThe American Hotel just opposite the main entrance is the bestThe rates are reasonable and the accommodation excellent It is near the Pike and when tired fortcars and no long car ride Rates 2 on the American plan and one dollar on the European plan Lake Olive street cars They stop at the door W Bryan yesteday gave out another statement in regard to the national Democratic platform On ishsupport of the party SHAWNsFor years fate was after me con tinuonsl writes F A Gulledge Verbena AlaIhada terriblt case df piles causing 24 tumors Wqen all failed Bucklens Arnica Salve cured m Equaly good for burns and all aches and pains On ly 25c at alhlruggists Call at the SIGNAL office for In suranceIt ssnt Scars Folks to be told the truth about LionOoffeeThe scarecrow coffees are those factoryeggs wholesomennslased Instro h ThoalztiehtseaJedjpackage tresp use sad naiforatity i= FKrueger U SOnS MT YERNON RT THE PLACE TO GET YOUR Shoes Clothing and Dry Goods of all kinds We make a specialty of Skirts and Shirtwaist goods We have the goods we have the i pricp to please the trade Weare 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 gods 1 AWO OF ASTE appreciates a stylish crndortabie end TheIAIDEE embraces these qualiliesMade the Shoe Sttouls Colusa fieved L The Celebrated Tennant Sloe A preferable Foi nice tyle md Dnra they no superior JONAS McKENZIE Agent fdfy GRAN VILLE i OWENSiPi I FurL i All Telephon rVVVV wr r1 v v S B RAMSEY For Fresh Meats Kinds us a trial and ifwe you others if not tell ns MEAT delivered in anpart of town SHOP r in opposite Court house Queen Crescent RouteiILINE AND SCHEDULES Cincinnati Lexington Chattanooga Knoxville Asheville Charleston y Savannah Atlanta Jacksonville t Birmingham Orleans Shreveport and Texas Points ETc N AIKEN Trav Passr Agt 89 E Main KytW A QARRETT Gen Mgr W C Gen Pass Ajjt BRUTALLY TORTURED forperjsistperhaps never been equaled Joe Golobick of Califwri teIFor years I endured pain from Kheumatfsm and nothing relieved me though I tried everything known I came greatestlmedlcmeon and cured as good for li er and kidney troubles and general debility Only soc Satisfaction guaranteed by all druggists J yS N i wa WAYS fitting bility have Sole Mt Vernon Ky z= Coffins Mail LnnI of all Give please tell basement SHORTEST QUICKEST New E St Lexington RINEARSON ij lable acrrss meJust NIGHT WAS A TERROR cr would cough nearly all nightiMrs ChasIlongwrite Indandcoa1 l hardly get any sleep I ha dtconsumption so bad that if I wolk eda block I would cough fright i fully and spit blood hut when all other melicines failed three too bottles of Dr Kings New Discos ery wholly cured me andI gained 58 poundsIts absolutely guar anteed to cure coughs colds grip bronchitis and all throat andrtroubles Price oc and i Trial bottles free at all druggists r s J MT VERNON SIGNAL r 111TZERNo27 LF JULY 2 1gO1 II 79 Can up No 79 whenyou want to Communicate with SIGNAL 79 0 8 RCo1 TIME TABLE 24 north 1206 pmc 26 north 308 am 23 south 129 p tr 25 South 105 a m t TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Eateredsttbe Nt reread Yr Puto ire as neeclass mall matterJ PERSONAL JT Bakerwas up from Livingston yesterday W M Stanley was up from I iv ingston Tuesday 1 Bowman and A Cummins were in Stanford Wednesday Capt L C Smith was over to Morehead a few days since on lumber business R L Jooliu and sistejs Mes dames Spillraan and Brooks are at Cumberland Falls P W Clarks father living near Brush Creek is recovering from a serious spell of sickness W T Davis and A W Soward the SIGNAL office force will spend Suridav next in Cincinnati Miss Mary Miller with a party of young ladies of Richmond has been visiting Conway Brush Creek and Johnetta Mrs George Owens after a visit of several days to her parents at Maretburg has returned to her home in Salem Ind Atty J W Brown was in Nich olasville yesterday attending thet meeting of the Eighth district committee Neal Parrott fell from au apple tree yesterday and was very seriously hurt It is feared that his in juries are internal One of our best andmost sue cessfulmerchants Is our good 3t friend Joe Oliver of Livingston Tycho is doing alsplendidbusiness rt Col J W Miller was out from Lancaster this week Col Miller is a very enthusiastic Helm man arid says that hewi11wiu the nomination no matter whether ilj be a primary ora convention Mrs Margaret Grimes and moth er Mrs Franklin wh have been making their home with Mr S C Franklin for some time have rcu ed rooms from Mr W L Rich ards where they took up their abode Wednesday C C Williams and family returned from St Louis Wednesday Casper was present during thtI Democratic National Convention heard and saw the great men from allparts of the Union but says none of them compare with Will iam Jennings Bryan who was the greatest star in the big convention LOCAL immenseaThe oil well on J T Tate farm is now down some 350 feet Louisa a daughter of Jame Hayes Crab Orchard died Tues day Rev Turpin of Irvine Ky preached at the Baptist church Sunday night We understand there is a strong probability of Rockcastle having a 1000000 cement plant Regular services at the Christian church Sunday morning and evening with two additions We understand there are alread 8 candidates for Jailer of Rock r castle with good prospects for several more to enter The Rev Ira My Boswell will be gin a protracted meeting in the Christian church at this place on Monday night August 1St The public school opened Mon doy with a splendid enrollment i Sir W A B Davis and Miss Ann Thompson are the teachers soldito Crab Orchard July 27 28 and 29 limited to July sotb at 66c ac count of the Crab Orchard Fair The local freight will carry a passenger coach between Livings ton and Crab Orchard July 27 28 and 2 account of the Crab Orch r ardFairr d Iperwill I e a brttud baboon as IThere and parachute leap each Brodhead Fair Con way lithia water from springs at Conway this county is gaining a wide reputation for its medicinal properties It is already bring stripped to nnny point throngluul tin rYeJMike Padgett a son of the late Buck Padgett and Miss Ballard daughter of Jack Ballard were marI ried in the court house here Monday On Tuesday Fred Ballard and Miss Alice Mink were also united in the holy bonds of matrimony NOTICE All parties owing me the year 1903 are earnestly quested to call and settle same These accounts should have been settled January It 1904 at least and I think I have been very pa tient in waiting all this time Please come at once J A WOOD jun2m Orlando Ky The Crab Orchard Fair and Rac ing Association will hold its annual meeting July 27 28 and 2glh 1904 Show Ring in the forenoon and Running Trotting and races in the afternoon Many outside attractions Reduced railroad rates R H BRANAUGH Pres W D WAILKN ectyJ jul83t Ed Fish son of Mr and Mrs J B Fish of Williamsburg is one of the lucky winners ofa free trip to the Worlds Fair The Louisville Evening Post made the offer to their agents all over the State for the one getting the largest number of six months subscribers during the month of June Ed is the agent for all the Louisville papers and it is but very few minutes after attire until he has them delivered to his large number of sub criher0 in all parts of the town- GOODOPPORTUNITY To liny at a bargain improved property including Storehouses Owelhngs Blacksmith Shop also vacant lots in live enterprising town About 800 acres of fine farm lands lying in the edge of the Blue Grass region Reason fcr elling winding up estate Town is a famous health resort Writer call JANE D BUCHANAN uly22rmo Crab Orchard Ky REDUCED RATES On all railroads to CRAB ORCH ARD FAIR JULY 27 28 29 A rate of ONE FARE Pius 2 rCTSI or the round trip to the Crab Orch ird Fair has been secured from Louisville Winchester Lancaster ellico Middlesboro Richmond Stanford Corbin and all intermediate points Passenger coaches will be attached to the local leaving Livingston every morning and ar riving at Crab Orchard at 830 These coaches will be attached to localwhich will be held at Crab Orchard each afternoon until exhibition is over running bacK to iivingston The Rockcastle Development Co was organized Monday George Livesay Sr one of our very wealthiest farmers is President OrA G Lovell Vicepresident ashier W L Richaads Treas A B Furnish Secy Directors Geo Livesay Sr WL Richards f B Livesay Dr A G Lovell of this county and W C Tomlinson of Lancaster The machinery is now on the switch at this place for putting down an oil well on Mr Livesays farm two miles from town Experts claim that this county is in the oil belt and if such be the case it will soon be known inyearnest BROKE who AILJimJaUouwas the county jaih made his escape Tues day night When ailer Parsons s went in aboW darrto clean up Ballou was st g near the door and made a grand rush Mr Parsons as soon as life could catch his buttheadarkness afforded Ba ou an easier manner of escape Jarr Parsons s and several o ers pars Chim some distance ring severaNshots at him which was returned byBal lou who had by some means been able to get a pistol in the jail BalI lou was fined for jutting things in the jail to assist Bill Newcomb to escape some two monthsljbefore he was taken to the Pen 71 f ftt1 f GARNISHEE LAW CHANGED Of interest merchants is the new garnishee bill which passed the last Legislature aud which became a law recently The bill repeals the provision of Sections 1901 Ken tucky Statutes with reference to exemptions and attachment Provided That the esemptiou Of150 shall not apply to debts contracted for food fuel medicine raiment or house rent for the family Under the old law the wages ofa person earning less than 50 a month were not subject to attachment un for food raiment fuel etc Now the exemption for debts ol that character is the same as the exemptiou for any other debts Under the present law unless JIperson earns more than 50 a month his wages cannot be attached for any debt Interior Jour nalThere is a mistake somewhere One of our leading lawyers claims he bill only Ilaces the wage earner on the same footing as all other persons and U at garnishees will good on debts for food fuel raiment medicine and house rent for the family the same as hereto fore COUNTY TEACHERS INSTI TUTE t rContinued from last week THURSDAY Thursday morning 830 a mfInstitute called to order by Ballard Song by choir Roll call Reading of Byrons apostophe toI Ocean by Prof Dinsmore The recitation of Prof Dinsmorr Recess at 10 a ui Writing vertical or slant system was introduced by Miss Carriee Frith in which a general discus ion followed by many teachers Prof Dtckerson was made Lon orary member then he gave a lengthy and interesting talk Noon recess 12 AFTERNOON Song by choir Roll call The subject of Discipline was next taken up and discussed by Prof Dinsmore and othersJMr Hunt of Berea and Miss Bertina Mullins and N H Oliver u weremade honorary members Recess 230 p m The Aims of Nature Study by Lee Chestnut and Mr Hunt The Limitations of iStudy byW H Ow tsandothers Program read for Friday Next in order was the organization of Magisterial Teachers As sociations which was to report Friday morning Adjournment till 830 a m Friday FRIDAY Friday 830 a m Song by hoir Devotional exercises Roll call after which most teachers responded by short quotations Methods Determined by Priuci pies by Miss Etta Moore Relation of Nature Study to Ex pression by Miss Sallie Dickerson Physiology Ends to he Secured from the Study by Miss Daisy Smith followed by many other teachJ ersIMethods of Teaching the Effects of Alcoholic Stimulants by Prof Hygene by Miss Lillie Butner and Prof Dinsmore Recess loa m Minutes of Thursday readand adopted Report of Secy of Teachers As sociation was made Supt Ballard and ex Supt Davis explains the question of the adupt edbooks to be usedin this county Resolutions for this session of the County Teachers Institute was read by S E Chandler and adopt ed AdjournmentP Secy RESOLUTIONS We the members of the 1904 session of the Rockcastle County Teachers Institute adopt the fol lowing resolutions Be It Resolved 1st That we commend our Super intendent Mr G M Ballard for his earnest work and wisdom in selecting instructors 2nd That we extend our thank to Prof and Mrs Dinsmore for efficient work and commend the m to other Instifutes 3rd That we regret to lose our three older teachers J N Brown W R Dickeropand S H Martin from our ranks this year on ac count ofill health y 4th That Kentucky shouldhave an eight months school term an that leachers should receive pay for attending teachers institute 5th Thatwe observe Arbor Day y 6th That the schools of Rock castle have commencements gradu ate pupils andencourage then to take examinations for common school graduation 17th That we strive to attend and derive more benefit from the district teachers associations and further that the Secretary report all absentees to county Superin tendent8th That we recommend the establishment of two or more State Normal School gth That HZ extend our thanks to the editor of the Signal for the space given us in his valuable paper for publishing the minutes of our weeks work IX B CHANDLER bat- E CHANDLER Sac LIY1NGSTOA Ti e merry go round at thi mouth of Roundstone is a great attraction for young andold IMrs EdWu0dall came very near being prostrated by heat Tuesday Mrs E S Elraore and Ray Bentley are on the sick listhies Ma hala Carson returned home from Mt Vernon Tuesday Miss Mat tie Heath of Berea Is the guest of Miss Bertina Mullins The Sam brook bathing beach is now open 3 the publicMrs Houston Mc Ferron of Pine Hill was in town WednesdayMrs R C Wade Saturday and Sunday with here She will attend the Worlds Fair and return here the of September Born to Mrs John Clark Sunday July I7tb a little daughter Robert Baker and Miss Margaret Moberly were married Wednesday evening at the home of Daniel Ponder The handsome stained glass memorial window in the new Baptist church was donated by Mesdames George Pope Jas E Davis and Capt F P Webb of the K C R RdvisionThe Baptist church will be dedicated Sunday July 31 st Rev J G Bow D D of Louisville has promised to beI present and preach the sermonj Dr Weaver of the Chestnut St Baptist church has expressed desire to be present also Rev Dr Harper ofthe Western Recorder Mr C AMoore has provided anthem books and has organized a quire So we may expect t some good music at the dedication MrsIvaEdwrards of Knoxville has been the guest of Mrs Fullen Francisco at the Eight Gables Miss Bessie Reynolds of faretiburg opened her school on Piney branch Monday morniogMrsc Lawrence and son Earl are visiting relatives at Falmouth The Lady Maccabees will give a box supper at Calloway Hall night Friday June 22 everybo- dinvitedAirs Mary Linville of Paris is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Brack GravesMr and Mrs R L Collier Mr and Mrs Geo Brooks Miss Mattie Wilmot and Master Black Durham of Brodhead and Miss Leech of Crab Orchard were Mrs Walter Millers guests this week Mrs M D El more went to Livingston Saturday- to visit Mrs L M Westerfield A little son bar arrived at the Wester field home and has been named for Mr Eimore Interior Journal IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES FOR THE DISTRICT OF K KENTUCKY IN BANKRUPTCY In thema ter ofaBankrupt Henry J Mullins On this igthday of July A D 1904 on considering the petition of the aforesaid dankrnpt for dis charge filed ou the i8th day of July A D 1904 it js ordered by the court that a hearing be had upon the same on the gth day of August A D 1904 before said court at Covington m said district at 10 oclock in the forenoon as r near thereto as practicable and that notice thereof be published in MT VERNON SIGNAL a newsPaper printed in said district and that al known creditors and other persons in interest may appear at said tim and place ahdshow cause if any they gave why the jiraer of said i pet tmncrshouJrinot 11r gM WITNESS the Hon orable A MJ Judge of said Conrtiand f SEAL lseal tbereQfatLQpdon Jirrsaid district on th igthday o qrtily A D Igo4d Clerk ByW W CLARK D C Call at SIGNAL pfBce and get your property insured V SIf rYJ o ARE YOU Bargain Wise MIDSUMMER being right here we will Inaugurate a JULY and AUGUST Annual clearance sale Clothing SummerDress Goods SHOES of We are overstocked in this line of goods and will you Bargains packs of these goods must be of before the hotImonths are over in order to make room for fall and winter arrivals also a nice line of AFC invitebto come and inspect these goods before you make your purchase WE handle the Valk Over Shoes every pair gun anteedto or money refunded Laces Embroideries I As GENERAL MERCHANDISE we handle evcrythinrr for the trade will well let us their produce enjoy tho IBargains received in Nothing ShoddyOur All that satisfaction Exchange or Money Yours for the trade HOUK ADAMS No 75 VEIIN0N KY h L Cheap Rates WORLDS FAIR RATE The L N have made the lowing rates which will be effect April 25th and lasting until the close of the exposition For season tickets from Mt Vernon aud return good until Dec 15 1925 Sixty day excursion rates for return trip 1610 Fifteen day excursion rates 1405 The L N will sell to St Loiiii oneach Tuesday and- Thursdayduring the month bf June at 985 round trip limit days Lowrates over the L N to Cincinnati O account of the meet ing of the Grand Lodge It P O Elks July 1823 1904 Final limit tickets August 4th The L N system will sell rate tickets to Louisville account of the Biennial Conclave Knights of Pythias meeting which takes place August 1620 1904 Tickets limited to September loth The L N offers a 261 rate to Winchester and return 18 and 19 limit Sept 24 account of the Kentucky Christian Missionary Convention SOME KOCKCASTLE PEOPLE ARE DOING De Bryant is now conductor on the K D division of the L N Tommy Adams is railroading in R G Williams is getting a nice law practice in Govington J C Hayes is a resident of Lincoln county and deals extensively in stock He is also a candidate for jailer of Lincoln and a better man titan he could not be found in the The present jailer of that county 1 Herrin who is a candidate for reelection is also an honored son of old Rockcastle and which of the two selected will bean honor and a credit to tie coun tv R N andGeorge are in the marble business at Salem Ind AyerLosing s the combfulP And 1doing nothing No sense in that Why you use eAyers Hair Vigor and Hair Vigor fallingntoo and all dandruff will dis reasoneAyer Irafr vigor agsuccor hair but the flalrNlgnr tortetltaudnnwmrhsirs alt Loaevox iotla bottle 1 Aadrnculrtsfor 1IIhoo Thin Hair- Our stock is the nicest lot men and boys Suits ever shown ii Mt Vernon low price throughout from 2 00 to 11 OOi Thisis the Snap ofthe Season give splendiu disposed you celebrated be good and Ladies we can show 3 on the nicest line ilL this department of our big stocksonietltin = nice and cheap tooa Bargain dealers in Country folks do to handle and return f M tickets ten duced Septr county Owens dontt motto isHTo handle the best goods money east and sell them at reasonable prices goods doesnt give either Refunded Phone MT ua Go TofGhas G Davis Drugstore =FOR Drugs Chemicals Patents and Oils ALSO j GonipEfEB Line nPftarmaceaica1z fAND Toilet Articles Gallore PHONE 64Day or Night CHAS C DAVIS Pharmacist MT VERNON KY WILLIS GRIFFINPractical Undertkerand Mt VerHon KY Stock Complete FINE HEAKSE Attached Can furnish jVletalic Caskets and hsive Embalming done on short notice Come and see me anything I have not got can get for you on lire rain thatleave the city OR DEDRS by wire Promptly Filled Phone No 63 The World All Knows The Louisville Henderson and St Louis Railway the always popular flenderson Route is the Worlds Fair LineI- fyou have a trip in view to Evansville St Louis or to allY point in the West or Southwest IASK US FOR RATES Us First If tnere are reduced rates in effect on account of special occasions Home Seekers or Colonists Excursions we have them E MWOMAGK G L GARRETT City Passengerge Traveling Passgr Agt L J AgentLouisville J 1YIsJI WHITES CREA- MVERMIFUGESXoctia Fir 20 Years Has Li illworM ileaesl And Ask SOSAa SX aa 7 RVGCrrSST1liFepared by JAMES F BALLARD f St Louis Sold by CHAS C DAVIS Mt Vernon K 1 J tt i 5600O10 j CASH GIVEN AWAY to Users of LION COFFEEIn Addition to the Regular Free Premiums How Would You J II I Lke a Check liKe This 1 W Have Awarded 2000000 I 1CashFive Lion Heads cut from Lion Coffee Packages and a a cent stamp entitle you in addition to M the regular free premiums to one vote The acent stamp covers lj our acknowledgment to you 1 that your estimate is recorded j You can send as many estU mates as desired Brand First Prizi of 500000 will be awarded to the one who is nearest I correct on both our Worlds Fair and Pre3l dential Vote Contests We also offer Special Cash Prizes to Grocers Clerks Particulars each case of Lion Coffee votes each1 How Would Your Name Look One of These Checks you LION COFFEE long enough acquainted with will suited convinced there other value money otherand thats using advertising both usyou well wewill get benefit Hence your Lion Heads GIVE BOTH FREE PREMIUMS AND CASH PRIZESIComplete Detailed Particulars Every Package of LIONCOFFEEWOOLSON SPICE CO CONTEST DEPT TOLEDO OHIO IMPROVED TRAIN SER- I VICE rOffercq by tile Henderson Route Louisville und Louis Commencing Sunday June 26th rIJKentuckys popular line the Hen derson Route will inaugurate lsafe and Fast Day service between Louisville and Louis each rection and will improve the time and equipment generally daily trains between these points Three daily trains will operated each direction the following safe scheules between Louisville and Louis Leave Louisville 830 900 pm and 7oo am- Arrive Louis 616 pm 720 and 616 pm The equipment is brand new just from shops the most modern vestibule pattern and is out Kentucky Tde 830 train tbrougbI without change cars will com posed Pullman Observation Par lor Reclining Chair Cots DiuingII Cars and high back sengers coaches The 900 train through without change cars will con sist Pullman Sleeping Cars Free Reclining Chair Cars and high back seats passeugea coaches jrThejjpo traiu will have Parlor Cars Dining Cars and high hack seat passenger coaches Tee Dining Cars on day trains will serve meals carteyou pay only for what you get All trains will leave from and riue the Seventh Street Union Depot Louisville arriving at and departing from the magnificent new Union Station Louis purchasing your tickets Louis orto points west ask the agent for tickets via Louisville and the Henderson Route He will hive them stock and will glad to ticket you that way You will satisfied ever spect with the accommodation and fe train service that offered by this line which has been termed the Official Route for Kentuckia- nsCommissioners Sale ROCKCASTLB CIRCUIT COURT KY Thomas Barnett By next Friend tjcPrnVl Against Equity iJohnn CoffeyDeft By virtue of Judgment and order of sale of ockcsistle ircu ourt i rendered at term thereof 1904 in the above case shan proceed t offer for sale cour house door in Vernon Ky the highest bidder public auction Monday the 25th day of July 1904 between the hours oclock and oclock pmbeing county court flay upon What will the total popular cast for President for aL didates combined at the election November 1904 moo election 13959653 people voted for President For nearest correct esti mates received Woolson Spice Company office Toledo or before November 1904 we will give first prize the nearest correct estirte second prize the next nearest follows First Prize S25CJO Second Prize lOOOOO Prizes JSOOOO OOOOO Prizes 20000 100000 10 Prizes 10000 SOOOOO Prizes 5000 100000 50 Prizes 2000 100000 250 Prizes 1000 250000 1800 Prizes 500 900000 2139 PRIZES TOTAL S2OOOOOO on Everybody uses coffee If will use to get it you be and is no such for the Then you will take no why advertise And we are our money so that of as as WE in j St a St in di of all be on St a flL St a m the of or of a m of of iii of of a m a IB ar St In to St in be be in re s ia S a it 1 J the M ay I to at the Alt to at ou of 9 a m 4 be vr can 8 In in O on 5 for to etc as 1 2 5 20 we a for in p in a redit of six months the described property towit followingI On the North by the lands olfey and John Dotson on ths East by the lands of of W A oT jy on the south by the land of Joseph Mc Gee and Jim Brown anl on the West by the lands of Lee offey and con tains 7t acres more or Jess Or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made For the purchase pricey the pur chaser with approved surety or secu rities must execute bond bearing legal interest from the day of sale til paid and having the force and ef fect of a judgment Bidder will be prepared to comply promptly with these termsIROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT KV W H Jones others Plff Against Eq George Barkly etcDef J By virtue of a judgment and or dcr oj sale of Rockcastle circuit court rendered at the May term thereof 1904 in the above rase for the sum ofto W HJones 4251 M R Jones 4517 C C and G Williams 2391 total i RI perIcosts to sale at the court bouse in Mt Vernon Ky at the highest bidder at public auction on Monday the 25th say of July between the hours of 9 oclock a m and 4 oclock mbeing county court dayupon- a credit ot six months the follow ing property towit A certain tract of land located in Roskcastle eounty 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 by the lands of Henry Hamlin and on the West by the ands of Wilson Williams and containing 60 acres more or less Or sufficient thereof toeor duce the sums of money so pro i tj be the purchase price the pur chasar with approved urety or se curities must execute bond bearing legal inter est from the day of sale until paid and having the force and effect ofa judgment Bidder will be prepared to comply promptly with these terns M PFNNINCTON M CR c c A pretty lot of children you are for a minister to have exclaimed a Walnut Hills pastor children were misbehaving at the dinner taJble Then I guess you had better change youc business papa sug gested fouryearold Nellie J PILES 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 butif you get the genuine and ori ginal Witch Hazel Salve made by E DeWitt Co of Chicago cute is certain H A Tisdale o Summerton S C says Ihad piles 20 years and DeWitts salve cured me after everything else fail ed Sold by Chas C Davis the druggist COLORADOI Pacific Railway From St Louis to Pueblo Colorado Springs and Denver 25 00 Glenwood Spring 3700 Salt Lake City 3800 round trip Correspondingly low rates from all points Tickets on sale daily until Sept 30 return limit Oct 31 1804 Liberal stopovers with diverse routes Three fast trains daily from St Louis elegant equipment For descrip tive literature particulars etc consult Ticket Agents or 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 and Utah returning via Iron Moon tain Route or vice versa Cheap round trip rate from St Louis to San Francisco or Los Angeles 4750 account Knights Templar Conclave and Sovereign Grand Lodge 1 O OF September next Liberalstop overs in scenic Colorado Tickets on sale August 15 to September ro limited October 23 1904 Two fast trains daily Pullman sleepers chair cars and dining Jcars Special Train Per sonally Conducted San Francisco Knights Templar Conclave Stops en route to see Colorado descriP1tive R T G Matthews T P A Room for Norton Bldg Louisville Ky PARKER He was bred infold Hsopiis Where theres nothing else to dot Hes been sought by allreporters ust to say aword or two He was bred in old Esopus Eetf The name quite ailed to stop us And he wouldnt say a word and And pow doesnt that rattle you IDAILY TOUR 1ST SLEEPERS TO CALIFORNIA Iron Mountain Route operates Pullman Tourist Sleepers St L uis to California leaving 830 a m daily via Little Rock Tex nrknnat alias Foit Worth and El Paso The Ideal Route to California Fast Schedule cheap Colonist rates in effect daily during months of March and April 1904 to California and 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 system thrcugh Glenwood Springs Salt Lake City to Ogden etc Hon eseeker and Colonist rates to various points in the West and Southwest overt first and third mpIof ac1d1essIR Room 301 Norton Bldg mar i8tf Louisville Ky MADE YOUNG AGAIN One of Dr Kings New Life Pills each night for two weeks las put me in my teens acain writes- D H Turner of Dempseytown Pa Theyre the best in the world for Liver Stomach and Bowels Purely vegetable Never gripe Only 25C at all druggists- COMMISSLONEIIS SALE ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT Kv W P RidflIPlttT EquityJamesBy virtue of a judgment and ordei of sale Rockcastle circuit court rendered at the May term thereof 1904 in the above case for the division among the heirf in the iihoue styled action and cost etc etc I shall pro iioek to offer los sale at the court house io Mt Vernon Ky to the high est bidder at public auction on Mon 2oth day of July between Idaythe of I oclock a m and I p znbeing county court dayupon a credit of six months the following described property towit A certain tract of land situated in Rockcastle county Ky on the waterr of Roundstone crsek and bounded as follows By the on way lands the lands formerly owned by Joseph Me cary John Reynolds and Robert Rid cell and isthis same land deeded tc uliaA Reyriofd late Julia A Lair bj iteral Martin and Carrol Martin and their wives which deed is of record if the ockcastle county court clerk office in deed book K page 404 and is the same land on which the said Julia A Lair lived at the time of her death leRRrcepted about 15 acres on the South side which was sold bj the said Julia A Lair W Riddell leaving to be sold PI acres more or less Or sum cient thereof to produce the sums ol money ordered to be made For the purchase price thepurchas er with 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 judgment Bidder will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms M PENNINGTON lIC R c COMMISSIONERS SAtE RocKcAsTiE CIRCUIT COURT Ky Pennington EquityExBy virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of ockcastle ircuit ourt rendered at the May term thereof 1904 thercourt house door in Mt Vernon Ky to thehighestbidder atpublic auction on Monday the 25th day of July 1904 between the hours of 9 oclock a m and 4 oclock p mbeing county court day upon a credit of six monthsthe following described prop erty tbwit A tract oflandlocated irf ockcas tIe county Ky beginning at a stake in Clear creek inline of A W Stew arts 206 acres andcorner of lot No2 thence with line of same N69Jat4Ui poles across county road in all 44J poles to a beech on high bank of road E23 poles to a small hickory with pointers S80 EJ10 poles to a stone pile between two branches corner of lotNo 2ln line of 50 acre tract of Jobn Gadd thence with same N27 E4 poles and3 feet tostonepile in patch between two white oaks and buckeye N10 W30 poles to a poplar stump just below a spring corner also to J J Berry thence with his line I 86i W182 poles crossing county road tcra stake in Clear creek corner to A W Stew arts 106 racres with sycamore pointers thence S17 E43 poles up 3J feet to the beginning containing 28 acre Or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of nJpney so ordered to be made For the purchase price the purchaser with aproved surety or securities must execute bond bearing legal terest from the day of sate until paid and haying the force and effect of a Judgment Bidder will be prepared o comply promptly with these terms MPENJflNGTON M c R CC If ibpl ze the c ortU the Green Bavs Irish aitorney said if I am wrong in this I have another point that is aquallv conclusive a t s The Kind You Have Always Bought and ivhich lion lieea in use for over 30 years has borne the signature of and has been made under lain perF 47L sonnlsupervlsion since its iuiuiijr Allow no one to deceive yon in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Just scd are hue Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Ext orience against Experiment ff f is CASTOR8A vaster Oil Pare got Pleasant It coutiii mun i riiuv ilL other Narcotic substance iw ago is its gimruitce i I destroys Worms and allays Feverishness it cures Dh rim and Wind Colic It relieves Teething TvonMes cures Constipation and Flatulency It nl ites e inIfI regulates the Stomach anti nweIs a Lanitlij wul iiatvral sleep The Childrens Panre JIG Jla filers Friend CEKH E Ck 4 4LWAY3 i rS fThe Kind You Haie Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years CONY MUY Pw I THE BjIHK OF jT VERNON MT VERNON KY OPENED 1900 CAPITAL STOCK 15000 C C WILLIAMS PRES JAS T ADAMS VICEPRES w L RICHARDS CASHIER A n FURNISH ASST CASH DIRECTORSC C William Geo Livesay A T Fish s H Martin Rod Perry JEHouk We solicit accounts of firm and individuals Carelul atten don is given collections entrusted to us Our friends and patrons are invited to call when in town Phone No 55 cWJNCJL6AcTJCR1ACTORY I Its not sentiment that makes the most successful shots shoot It Winchester Factory Loaded Shells Its the re- sultss they give Its their entire reliability even ness of pattern and uniform shooting Winchester Leader shells loaded with smokeless powder are the oest shells on the market Winchester Repeater shells loaded with smokeless powder are cheap in price but not in quality Winchester New Rival black powder shells are the favorite black powder load 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