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I j r Established 1887 VOLOME XVII MT VERNON ROCK CASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY JULY 29 1904 NUMBER 44 CRAB OBCJIAED Miss Margarite Sallee is visiting Mrs Mason Morris Miss Oujreii Carson of Louisville is visiting Miss Mollie Brooks r Mrs Mayfield of Jellico and Hiss Bettie McFall are visiting at Win Stewarts rHlld Mrs J FHoldam who went lu Vane county in the in terest of his oil fields have returned h me till after the fair Willie J SigLr who has been visiting his mother at this place has returned to Altamont Springs Fla where he is in business Died on the iSth of June Mrs Hnrrialt Abraham She was a good woman and it can be said o- fherasof Mary of old when she anointed the Saviors feet She Lath done what she could Visitors are coming in pretty lively just now on account oftheI fair Among them are Mrs DBII Ediniston and daughter MISS Paxton of Louisville stopping at Dr W J Fdmi tons Mrs Jas1 Bronaugh of Purcell I Tand Miss Annie Evans of Danville are visiting at R H Bronaughs The fair is open the vehicles are thronging the streets The side walkcare lined with foot passengers the dust is suffocating the continual right out to the fairgrounds is heard on all sides one old man says far ground and pandemonium reigns supreme Vel it wont last always and then well frel so good when its over I think sometimes wed have very little enjoyment in this world jut were not for all the trials and troub sidefwhich serve to make us ap preciate our blessings themore Died on the sotb Miss Elza Hay She had been lingering for some time with that diead disease consumption but her friends loud ly hoped that she might recover She was taken in the bloom of youth a bright flower withered and dropped from the parent stem err its petals were scarce unfolded file leaves father mother one sIster and brobes1l amoii ioss 1fay they aU live a pure life as she left the example an be ready when thev too are called go so they will meet the loved one who is not dead but gone be ft re GOOD SHOW In praise of Harris Nickel Plate Show too much can not be said Mr Harris has made for himself name to he envied by the excep h merited s bisllargt al1loverpIe came to see the show yesterday and those who were fortunate enough to come saw one of the best performances in a circus ring ever villeGaineiville NaturallyThe Proprietor What made the customer walk out The ClerkI dont know said he wanted a hat to suit h head and I showed him a soft ba Must Go At COST iiUufli lern u ig ll = DR WALKER OWENS- Who graduated from the LO Medical School in June isiHel located at Pongo for the practice of his chosen profusion Dr Owens- is a Lrclher of Granville Owens of Brodhead and isa young man of- extraordinaryahility and we pre dict for him a brilliant success HARRIS SHOWS BACK AGAIN CIRCUS is ONE OF Tim OLD CLASS WITH BUT ONE RING YET EVERY FEATURE is FIRSTCLASS The W H Harris new Nickel Plate Shows are in the city today The customary circus parade was given this mottling and it was successful indeed There wastheJ- usual circus bands the filtely groom eb horses pretty prancing ponies Olen1andand amuse and instruct The Nickel Plate needs no troduction in Niagara Falls or this vicinity for that ipztjr inI aie known all over part of the country where they visit regularly tnt h t ear The Harris shows first came to Niagara halls years ago to 1r consecutive years they hate not missed a visit to Niagara hat peaks pretty well for the reputation of the combination The Harris show ia onering circus ofthe old schoolT tlscleQu and interesting throughout It has bareLack riding gymnastic per funnyclownsstrniningofth eyes and twisting of the neck 1a ina three Thnpatron can see all therefor- get his moneys worthITji show has just title to its claim ot being the best oue sinlI show on the rond Niagara Falls N Y Gizetie Of course I will be uglier someday she whispered Impossible he replies gallant jly And he wonders that she sent his presents back C1IAS C IA VISonr local druggist asksthe readers of this paper who are suffering with indi gestion 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 Cure isa thor ough digestant and tissuebuilding perIwhom it bas cured of indigestion dyspepsia palpitation of the heart land stomach troubles ge leraU geKodol Dyspepsia Cure digests wh you eat It is pleasant palatable andstrengthening BKOD1I BAD J Thomas Cherry spent several daysjji Cincinnati last week Quite a number from this place will attend the Crap Orchard fair each flay Miss Lillie McBee is visiting her cousins the Misses Thompson at Preacbersville Cleve C Cable lrasgoiitb Mexico to accepte a dosition with con tractor Charley Bridges Mrs J W Tate went over to Richmond Saturday to take her grandmother Mrs Edwards Mr Dan Sowder and sister Mrs Ellen Mahaffey areat Crab Orch and this week taking in the fair Little Walter and Nonearl Mc Pherson of Lebanon junction are with their aunt Mrs Lou Purcell FrankBrooks and Dr Turner of LaFollette Tena stopped at Brodhead while on their way to fairMr E Wallen and family o LaFollette Tenn are visiting home folks and taking in the Crab Orchard fair IIisses Sadie and Montie Martin ofMaretburg visiting their cousin Miss Gertrude Martin from Satur day until Monday Miss Maria Nickels of Danville is spending several months in the town and country drinking the water for her health Mr Joe Sowder and daughter Mrs Dessie Partner were over from Cartersville Sunday and Mon- daY took back with them a nice lot of of blackberries Mr Yank Roberts formerly o this place but late of Texas ditd at his fathers at Gum Sulphur Friday of heart disease Awife teIen sur vive him y WEAK HEARTS z are caused by indigestion Ifyot arcIup againstytbelh rtThis rovad- theheart and sh rt the breath diseaseis the final result Kodol Dyspef sia Cure digests what you eat take the strain off the heart cures and gestion dyspepsia sour stoniacl and contributes nourishmen orgalofDavis the druggist EtlielI offered Ferdya penn for his thoughts EdithWell Ill never let yo do any shopping for rile The speeches of acceptance wi soon be abroad in the land eWeeksDoes your wife eve send for you if you happen to std lateMeeksNo indeed She wait until I get liome then she goes fo me IAtor DougatBoars the Un1atureof u MUST GO AT COST Must Go At COST I FOR BARGAINS IN SUMMER 5ti4J Suitings White Goods Shirt Waists and Straw Hats Sfeetf season that we now have on hands iS t fYe JiLi iJF can save you Money i4JC iifcHOCKER GG 4 LIVINGSTON KY J1 X l D rICT c LEVEL GREEN Died Sunday 7th Inst Miss ert1ONeil COtlt6u1IptiuuI Mon 44 out of a census of SItlard to heat Oat harvest is rtrmtwork pretty well wound up and the farmers with the rest of animate nature Feoms to have lapsed into a State of dcsen tude and is taking hi4n days Dog days rest Who knows just when Dog dzfys begin Ju ly 2= this the day qlf reckoning by our fathers and grhndfathers and the day upon whicH to sow turnip seed for a sure crop This period is Slid by the astronomer to run 40 days and is regulated by Sirius areffhurtful tovegetation and especially corn ju lnotho the crop is very promising in the Holler at present Barton Samms of Livingston is with us teaching our farmers bow to build good cheap fences with a few rails Lots of young mules and calves here soon ready for the market Well well did any one ever see flies so numerous and saucy before We have killed a million but this only serves as a short check and they are soon again more numerous than ever Thee school book ques tion is again giving Jur people much trouble and not a1itt1e uu necessary expense Why cant mr County Superintendent settle matterWe have no preaching at he Campbellite church I wish tome good preacher would come aver into Macedonia and help us But we are more like Babylon now led have been for a long while than any one else for confusion eigns supreme We Sread in Jobr And the sons tn God cane topre tent themselver before the Lord and atan came also Yes and I say Dotpubrfiefs showliis cloven foot horns or ail but he the same old devil tomes also and he gets in his work oo for his friends and followers legionWe no sales to note except few eggs chickens and the pur hase of meal flour and meat leans taters and black berries are illing lung gaps now in the provis fou line Very truly BUCK VARNON BEST ONERINGER The W H Harris World Fam us Nickel Plate Shows arrived arly this morning anderected heir tents on the show grounds ear the Station house They gave a very creditable street theiriucipallarge crowds The afternoon performance was largely attended and every one who vent came away well pleast4 and satisfiedIt demonstrated today that showvasrelate is the poineer onering show f the country giving perform incesthat have never been excelled equalledThe by the Harris people this season are exceedingly lever Among some of theman eatures that proved applause win tens this afternoon were The two Jennier children upon the serial bars the Millettes double trapeze artists LaSage upon the bounding rope Melrose the somer sault bareback rider upon a line steed Master Ira Millette the youngest roman- standing rider in the world wa good HezeTdah the kicking mule and the real old funny clown afford laughterof a high degree giving the best satisfaction there being nothin left undone to afford the amuse crrealmeritoriousanother performance tonight a 8 oclock and those who want t ee a god show should not mi- sthisoueTheNews Chattanooga NO PITY SHOWN Featsfate was after me con- GulledgeVerbena case of piles causing tumors Wtien all failed Bucklens Arnica Salve cured me Equaly good for burns andiallaches and pains On lyzsc atall druggists Call at the SiGNAir office for In surance A NEWGOODS Coming Every Day IoIrA = l r I Friday ND we still continue to with PRICES 20 per cent 20 per cent ALL CLOTHING at Cost Best Flour per 75 ALLkinds best STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES Rock Bottom Prices Dont make our store headquarters when in Livingston and get our prices before going eisewiiere r Yours for bar- gainsLHDAVIS Livingston Ky HAKETBURG There is some fruit in places j Mrs W B Whitehead and Miss Alice Lewis visited Mrs J J Mc Tuesday j Mrs Eliza Houston of Hazel Patch spent several days with her father and mother Mr and Mrs Frank Hunt TaTAiFnTJane Burke 1s right sickagain Her IiieILeingtdi3pair ed of several times but goodcare has always saved her The blackberry crop in this community fine quite a lot is shipped each day The price paid is 20 cents per bucket of 3 gallons Mr Frank Myers a section hand seems to forget that Sunday usualIa bored in his yard having struck wSter at 43 feet Miss Grace Mc Call and Mr Charley Bryant will run thestore at Hazel Patch this S Sat this place has proved a success so far Rev Mullins and Mr Will Carson are su erin tendeuts Miss Leora Thompson and Mrs Will Houk secretaries Mrs Eva Houk Mr Thompson MrB Middleton and Master Flier Mullins teachers and Miss Montie Martin choristerIMr James Francisctsco of LaFol lette Tenn called on friends here Wednesday morning on his way to elFrancIscoway to lilt Vernon being righ- sick He is putting uua larg e stone oVer the graves of Judge McClure and wife The farmers cropsYKENTUCKY FAIR DATES The following are the dates fixe for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1904 as far as reported sDanville August 33days Harrodsburg Aug 93 days Lawrenc burRAugI64 days Brodhead Aug 17 18 19 dayfs daysg4 s Somerset Aug 304 days daysst4 daysStEhzabethtown Sept6tdars Hartford 21 4 days GeorRetotvI1jAug 912dayS London Aug 24days Barbourville Aug 5I3 days Berea Ju1Y42 days tingJeD Courcy Stnythe boasts that he can trace his arc es Uy back to theNormans lritikle=Well the Normans are dead and they wont mind f t Hon B J Bethuruin of Mt Vernon was here Monday on busi Fannie Gatliff was thrown from a buggy last Monday and had- a narrow escape from death The Flat Lick ball team willcome here Saturday to play the Williams burg team and will go back licked flat night Mr G A Deuliam cbeen con a severe case of flux ever since he returned from the St Louis cobweb tion D C Edwards candidate fo will speak here today and Hon W Godfrey Hunter will speak here tomorrow The indi cations now are that this county will give Hunter a It is reported that Katy Did came seven days earlier this year than last Will my esteemed friend Buck Varnon explain what effect this will have on the coming of the frost and the this fall J M Ellison has moved from Main street to Short street anti has taken his and all its be with hm He will in the near future erect a new resi dence on the site of the old one DeWitts Little Early Risers The pill that will will fill the bill Without a gripe To cleanse the liver without a quiver Take one at night DeWitts Little Early Risers ar tIe in effect yet they are so certain in results that no one who u them is For quid relief from sick head ache torpid liver dizzi1 ness and all troubles arising fro an inactive liver Early Do you believe it to be true that onehalf of the world doesut know how the other half lives asked the Bachel 1I0f course it isn the married man Onehalf of the world is of women STATE OF OHIO City of Toledo Lucas Coniity FRANK J CHENEY males oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F J CHEN F1 CO doing business in the City of Toledo County and Mare aforrsiH and th said firllunll pay the sum of Or HUN DRFD DOLLARS for each and ever case of Catarrh that cannot lie cured by the use of Tills Catarrh Cure FRANK ICHENEY upturn to before me and subscribed In my presence this day of December A Dn W GLEASON SEALJ Notary Public y Furfaces ofthe jijstein Send for testimo nials Addreu FJ CUENEY CO Toledo O gold by all Druggist 75 ctsi Halls family Pilla are the beat Published Lead LOW Cut on Shoes 1 Cut on Hats Manufacturers 1V1LL1AMSBURU nessMiss Saturday finedt0bi9bedwiih Democratic Congress majority pumpkin dwelling longings gentdisappointed billiousuess jaundice sluggish bdteplied composed intemalle Every all all Sack cents JOHN n CARROLL o A CANDIDATE FOR APPELLATK JUDGE OF THIS DISTRICT lIon John D Carroll of New- Castle one of the best known Itfv yens tn tho State has announced as la candidate for Appellate Judge in this District subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Car rolls friends especiallyin the legal prof sinn Lu for a long tiuit desired to see him on the fjencHSt the highest court In the State Hohas held several offices of trust am i honor and in all of them acquitted quiter3 young man he served two terms in the Legislature was a member of the Constitutional Convention and one of the throe commissioners appointed by the Governor to revise the statute Jaws of the State to conform 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 in tegrity great industry with an extensive and accurate knowledge ot the law and in the prime of life his large circle of friends believe he would make a splendid judge Trimble Democrat PILES UPON TOP OF PILES peopleehave and DeWitts Witch Thereiare many different kinds of Piles kbut if get the genuine and ori ginal Witch Hazel Salve made by E DeWitt Co of Chicago i rImSummerton S C says I had piles 20 years and DeWitts salve cured me after everything else fait ed Sold by Chas C Davis the druggist Russa it is stated has instruct ed her cruisers in the Red sea net to seize any more merchant vessels BEST FOR THE- BOWELS tloebowelaopen and wen Foroe to the shape ph7atc or pill iadanterona Tb keeDiraatCANDY CATHARTIC a rYORKWHt1 EAT EM LIKE CANDY TnGoodbooklettomtti Cwanr Ciliagt er HewTtf kEEP YOUllLoot CLEM I MT VERNON SIGNAL PUIDAY JULY 29 1904 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising titles made known on application DEMOCRATIC TICKET F r President JUDGE ALTON BROOKS PARKER Of New York s For Vice President HON HENRY DAVIS Of Vest Virginia =1ION D L MOORE Hercer county is a candidate for Con tress in the Eighth district to succeed lion Gilbeit subject to the action of the 1Democrdic party Your support is earnest HON HARVEY HELM Of Stanford is a candidate for Congress in this the Eighth district subject to the ion of the Democratic party HON G G GILBERT Of Shelby ville is a candidate for Congress in this the Eighth district to succeed him self subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR JUDGE We are authorized to announce L W BETH RUM as a candidate for Judge of Rockcastle Conn ty subject to the action of the Itepublican party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce- JOHNSON a candidate for Jailer of Rock9mle Conn ty subjcc to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce W DECKER as a rnndida a for Jailer of Rockcastle ty subject to the action of the Kepubliean party We are authorized to announce L L JARRETT as a candidate for Jailer of Kockcastle Coun tyJluhject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce CHARLEY OARMICAL as a candidate for Jailer of llockcastle ty subject to the action of the Republican party SAYS the Spencer Courier Pursuant to a call of the Secretary Democratic County Committee met at the courthouse Tuesday after trnoou those present being Messrs Jas Maratiay W W Booles Lee Foreman and Jas Cleveland Mr Ben Downs a Gilbert man was se lected to attend the Congressional district meeting at Nicholasville yesterdayUpon the action of those four men did Mr Gilbert and his friends go before the Nich oasville convention and asked that the regular chairman who was elected by a majority of all the voters in Spencer county be kicked aside and Mr Downs be recognized This was a case of majority rule The same thing was Acne over in Shelby another case of majority rule AN exchange says We ire not threshing over old straw this year but history will give the devil his due whether we do or not About that gold standard plank has any body ever thought to remind you that the first platform with a gold standard plank ever made was that made at Indianapolis in 1896 that it took the Republican party four years and the Democratts party eight years to come to it Lets drop the blame subject and get the present hustle for the that we may put honest men i them Turn the rascals out and keep the negroin his place are the only issue this year THE new 3000000 hotel on Fifth Avenue New York built by the Astor family and called the St Regis wants a barroon very badly indeed but as the front door is within 300 feet of a Presbyterian church it has been closed and a side entrance will be utilized This is the hotel which will not print the prices of dishes served on the menue but will charge accordin to fancy and the length of the pa rims purse THERE never was a time when the Democratic party was more harmonius than it is just at pres exit There are no wings and there is perfect peace in all direc asses There are no quarrels pending or impending and no jpalousi to be adjusted and no heartburn ings to be cured Most of the irritation that exits is in the edits ri ithewho are greatly disappointed to fi beIidesk1 J o5 tc f Does a high tariff protect the American workman Our consul at Birmingham England has just sent home report showing that the English laborer whtj lives ou the same scale of comfort as the Amer can pays more for his living than does the American workman And Secretary Shaw says the high est prices indicate prosperityfli REv DR HILLIS declares that the hand of Providence is directing the affairs of the American nation This is why he is regarded at Oyster Bay as no better than a Demo crat POLITICS AND POLITICIANS Judge Parker has fixed August 10 as the date for his formal noti fication Judge Alton B Parker will in clude Louisville in the cities be will visit should he decide to Ieav his home at Esopus during th presidential campaign Silas C Swallow and George W Carroll prohibition candidates for President and Vice President were officially notified of their nomination the ceremony being held for that purpose in Indianapolis President Roosevelt has completed his speech of acceptance an placed it in the hands of the printers Until the day of notification he will indulge in sports and creations which will fit him for the duties which he will assume aft that ceremony W J Bryan has made put He his plan for the raformation of the Democratic party He adtocat State ownership of railroads Government control of telegraph the abolition jof private monopoly th income tax and the election of Federal Judges by the peopleilSundays battle ot Ta Tche Kino is said to have lasted all day the Russians finally being forced to r treat The Japanese firing line extended fifteen mile There a conflicting reports as to the evacuation of New Chwang the military cladnto have no official confirmation of it CentreWalker Jr of Lexington as secretary of the State Central and Campaign Committees R P Ernst was named as chairman of the Ca paign Committee and G W Lon C C Mengel Sam J Roberts and ntheer decided leventth Hunter men Mr Ernst is also chairman of t State Central Committee Senator Gorman has made a positive and final statement to the ef fret that he will not accept U chairmanship of the D National Committee William Sheehan repeated his former slat ment that he could not accept t place and it is now believed by the friends of Thomas Taggart that the Indiana man will get the chairmanship practically witho opposition Mr Urey woodson National Committeeman from Kentucky may be selected seer e tary of the National Committee The withdrawal of John D White from the Congressional race in the Eleventh district leaves but two candidates Hunter and Edward White announced his withdrawal in suppsort tr aspnex penses Both Hunter and Edwards claim the advantageVb Whites withdrawal The Democratic State Cent Committee met at Covington and declared Joseph L Rhinock the nominee for Congress in the Sixth district the contestant Judge Hodge not appearing It was decided that the primaries called in Nelson and Menifee counties shoujd stand as the law was uot under stood when the call was made formaltly nomina tion for the presidency The ceremony took place at the Roosevelt home Sagamoie Hill The nomination WdS tendered by Speaker Joseph G Cannon on behalf of the Republican convention esSCRAPSo JET Dugdhtat as one theyncaught They wonder bowtwas done t Mrs Alexander Hamilton had the first ice cream in the city of Washington She used to tcQ amusement of time delight with which President Jackson tasted it At Fort Madison Ia lives Mrs Rachel Albright the granddaugh ter of Betsy Rots who made the first flag for the independent colo es She was born in her grand others ionic in Philadelphia Si2 and was taught by her to sew Couldnt See The PointIvemet several other people from your citj said the Bostonian andj everyone of them said Where is it at Where is what at the New Yorker When it comes to a debate did you ever hear of a fellow that cool Mild a candle to Reefling Only onea fellow who held a dark lantern to him one night au juget two up Willies Definition Teacher Willie you may construct an ori ginal sentence containing the woe Brodhead after a season of stressful cogitation = Hominy days till the Fourth of July dDidut they start at once on them wedding journey No there was a mistake about the railway tickets What sort of a mistake fatherer didnt understand that the bridegroom expected him to pay them esDead Giveaway WJio gave the bride away asks the belated wed ding guest eHer little brother explains the man who had a front seat The kid ran down the aisle rigl- l the middle of the ceremony wit her old switch in his hand and tot fieHer Prescriptionu Miss Re muret speak For a week I have walked about as one dazed I have been bamtossed upon my bed to rise haggard and miserable in the morning L althe fair girl interrupted I know what is the matter with you Go andrplay croquet and golf You need such a touic A Difference wigFsay Tis time you gotyourbeauty sleep Such a little girl as you But when theres dishes tobe washed And lots of work to do inben h Sucha great big girl ns you Dont you think this count y has a great future before it oYoung man answered t PondernF u s manner andbeI come er unbiased consideration from eve possible point of view that this ProcutYes said the eminent merchant as he swallowed a taUla beefsteak our ancestors were an improvident set They certainly were assent ed the other gulping down a pill containing two fried eggs and a cupof coffee Why Ruggins Customs of the Ancients says that during the period of 150225 a busy merchant frequently spent ten minutes in eating one meal Objected to NameYyu are almost an octogenarian sah said ratsnegro pompously Whawhats dat vo say snapped the venerable but unlettered darkey I specified sah that you a almost an octogenarian Well don yodo it agn boy or Ill done bust yo head wid iny stickyo heahs my prognostifioi tious An autopsy revealed the fact that Judge Muirs neck and nose we broken by diving in the surf eat Cape May 0WhenFair at St Louis be sure to get 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 night you have nascramble for cars and no long car ride Rates andre one takejlOnvestr F THE CUfJDAY EIBLE SCHOOL sUJuly 31 1904 Sand Ahab Prepared by the Highway and By way Preacher Copyright by J Edson LESSON TEXT KingH 1623M Memory Verses 3033 2l In the thirty and seat year of Asa king of Judah began Omrl to reign over Israel years sir ears reigned he Tirzah And he bought the hill Samaria Shemer for two talents of silver and bull on the hill and called the name of the city Siemere ofIhimIe walked In all the way of Jeroboam the Ion of Nebat and In its sin wherewith he made Israel to sin to augerdXow the rest of the acts of Omrl which he did and his might that he shewed are they not written In the book of the chronicles of the kings of Israel andn reigned In his stead And In the thirty and eighth year Asa king of Judah begun Ahab the son of Ahabthde twenty and two ye O And Ahab the son of Omrl did evil in the sight ol the Lord above all that were before him And It came to pass as if It had been a light thing for him to walk in the sins of Jeroboam the son of Nebat that he took Ethbaadiaal and worshiped him And he reared up an altarfor Baal he house of Baal which he had built in arnarla And Ahab made a grove and Ahab dosere before him lndudes111ngsTCCSG31lying rKingdom which is not given in Chronicle GOLDEN TEXT Klshteousnes exat a nation but sin Is a reproach to any people 1434 TIME Thirtylive years from the ac thebeginningthe throne B C We go back over twenty years In time from the lesson of AhaOrb Events in Israel Included in This Lesson peelsof fearhis son Elah became king and reigned two years when Zimri captain of half his army murdered him seized the thrcrfe ramIIpalaceh ot thedIsraelIInalltleahAhabofJudahScriptureBought t capitalveof verse an d Omri selected this desirable site can- binngasifdldstreagthbeautyapdfe r royal buildings A WICKED FATHER Omrldid wove than all that were before him =Note the steady declin In the moraj and religious conditions IsraeL The seeds of idolatry Jereb am had sown are bringing forth 3 terrible harvest Gal 078 Sins downwardht Itisasol emn thought to realize that God records the acts of men Rom 1412 Even the words spoken Malt 126 Rev 201215 The record left for man reading was but a small part of this wicked kings most iniquitous reign God has tha complete record howe er and it will be brought forth some day Omri slept with his fathers Death must come to all The wicked may cape God in this life but deaths hand drags Into the presence of God2 Cor 510 SONhr of the Lord above all that were before him hvwicked father and his most nick wife It is said that a wife makes or mars a nun Ruin came to Israel again and alliancrylr9 Even Solomon made shipwreck In thIs tjway Kings 1115 and Jehoshaphat fell into this snare later See 2 Chron 210 Jezebel the daughter of the Zidoni devdit tiousness connected with the worship of Baal and Ashteroth The connection between the indulgence of Impurity and the declension of the spiritual life very close In Romans 1 Paul tells that men that refuse to retain God their knowledge are given up to the workings of passion They lose the sweet clear impression of the truth a nearness of the Christ Be pure Reared up an altar for BaalTIsun wash worshlped under various im agesr Reference is made to the one setup by Ahab in 2 Kings 32 The priests officiated barefoot and dancing and kissing the image were among the chief From passive share in the hip of Baal he quickly passed to t active participation and lent his ene gies and kinglywealth and influence to establish and spread this heathen worship Seed Thoughts reSin like noxious weeds is a rapid grower and prolific eed producer God sees evil when man Is blind to Omni and Ahab may have been Winn the approval and applause of their people while they were Incurring the con demnation of God A fair face may mask a wicked heart Many a man hat been captivated by the first only to find disaster and ruin through the Influence of the second A bfdwoman Is always worse than a bad man woman is cast in a finer mold and more readily runs to treme goodness or extreme badness Disease takes no summer vacationIf need flesh and strength us- eScotts Emulsion summer as in winter sample SCOTT BOWNE 094IS Street York and lml f leMrTe1 SI tIOysters arc now examined Xra slit ascertain if they contain peirls This saves injuring thtnr by opening The deficit from this years exhi ition of the Chntttntuqua Assemlii t Lexingten is 152595 1I1Ime to he made good whichI The young ladles of Morehead have formed a Fresh Air Club and a pleasant diversion of tired morning jaunt is to pick a bucket of black A moveberriesWon to have thr name of the count seat of Martin county changed from Eden to Ituz The town is named Eden and tin postoffice Inez and quite a ftv resultfGov Beckham Saturday nunonn ced the appointment ot Dr Mal com H Yetmau of Henderson a Superintended of the Central Ays lum for the insane at Lakeland ti succeed Dr F G Furnish resigned J R Neighbors a saloon keel er at Klizabethtown Ky assaulted Mrs Carrie Nation with a chair she stood in front of his salvo denouncing the lixuor trafio and those engaged in it She va struck twice once on the head which wound bled profusely and on the shoulder Mrs Stephen G Stn11rf Blactn ater So years of age and coni nIfalse teeth for 20 years but if she lives will be able to lay them aside an emergency as her sun teeth promises to he perfect in ev ery respect While this is unnsual there tale been a few instances of the kind recorded Hazel Green HeraldIlengthy tter to President Francis exofpresses the opinion that the Fait attendance is not what it should be and ventures tbe statement that this condition is brought about y the ignorance of toe masses con cerning the wonders values and beauties of the great exhibit It suggeststhat a conference be held extendedexposition The largest map in the world is the ordinance survey map of Eng lend containintng over 108000 streets rind costing 1000000 a year for twenty eirs The scale varies from ten feet to one eighth of an inch to rite miler The de tails are so minute that maps hay ing a scale of 25 inches show every hedge fence wall building and even every isolated tree in the country Time plan shows not owl the exact shape of every building but every porch area doorstep plugedA writer in the Louisville Poi gays the orst white child born ii Kentucky was Isaac Goodnight who was born January i 176 al Harrodsburg He was a post bu moos child his father Michael Goodnight having been killed by Indians four months before at the age of 100 years Isaac was the youngest of a family of 22 children Varteutinyears old He was married rOUt 17ndchildren Many of his decendents still live in Kentucky The New Chwang correspondent ofa London paper says the Japan eke ate not pursuing the Russians withhebattlerbetween Hia Cheng and Lino Yang lelchicb even in the opinion ol Russian officers will result iu a Rnssian defeat and will terminate arnvtntion of two Russian torpedo boat destroyers by the Japanese fleet t Stateof America The greatest nation in the wcrld is the greatest consumer ol coffee Lion Coffee is the standard beverage of every state and territory of the Union Its purethats why to atr rrltseu t Qualtr l = U Krueger J Son UT VERXO KY THE PLACE TO GET YOUR Shoes Clothing and Dry Goods of all kinds We make a specialty of Skirts and Shirtwaist goods e have the goods we have the pricp to please the trade Vi7e are now making room for fall goods If you want Bargains callas we must mane the room if we have to sell at a loss Call and buy your summer goods Ati prir appreciates a slyiisKconfortabte end shoe Ataclshoe echr3es all thesa oualilies Mine SrLOUi5 Ot Celebrated I n u t Shoe ALWAYS fitting Dura superior jONAS Agent i3 c 19 t V iG RA VILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER r t tBr0el K1Y M tr k rIl K K ro s v 1 W r Vc9w s9 BFAMSEY For Fresl1 Meats of all Kinds iiic a iwe please von tell others if nut ten rD 25r lellveled in my prt of tctun i SHe pin lnccireit OfDfsite Comi house rE s I Qunnn ir rY2 S n 5Itiii iOU HUtt SHORTEST AKD CuiCKESf t d a Cincinnati Le1rigto1 l tt 1 o 1 Knoxviliejl1sneV1L CIi cr Savannak nA Zjal tilttivr Iou W 1 JoIl t 4 Texas PCn rca m tieree3 ts fv b A5KEN Tray Agtr 89 C Main ngton Ky IV GARSTIT Gen Mgr c RINEARSON f to PISS r7t jI g eod BRUTALLY TORrUREDI A care came to light that for persistent and unmerciful torture has JoepcrhGolobick of Colusa Calif write oIFor 15 years I endured insuffer able pain from Rheumatism and nothing relieved though I tried everything known I came across Electric Bitters and its the greatest medicine on earth for that trouble A few bottles of it completely re lieved and cured meJust ns good for lier and kidney troubles and genergl debility Only hoc Satisfaction guaranteed by all druggists v t The T yaI preferable Foe nice Style and bility they have no Mc ENZIE ole Mt Yel non Ky ol us tritl and its LINE I terTs Ir ld Passr St A w me INIGHT WAS A TERROR I would cough nearlall night long writes Mrs Chas Apple gate of Alexandria Indland could hardly get any sleep I lead consumption so bad that if I wolk ed a block I would cough frightfully and spit lood but when all other medicines failed three 100 bottles of Dr Kings New Discov ery wholly cured me and I gained 58 poundsIts absolutely guarranteed to cure coughs colds grip bronchitis and all throat and lungItroubles PrIce 5ocand i bottlesfree at all druggists Ii VV- H t Mr VERNOr SIGNAL Mr Vm oNKY JULY W 19 u l Z9 crll up No you wnntIn SIGNALZcnte with rn I JJJLouievLic L Co TIME TABLEI 24 north 1206 p 26 not th 308 a m 23 south 129 p i 25 South 105 a m JAS LANDUUJI Agent Phone No 58 Enrtrtd at IIoaacl PERSONAL Mrs G B Lawrence is visiting at Brodbead Miss Jalia Colyer if visiting homefolks for a few days Capt L C Smith anawife went to Cincinnati Saturday night Mr and Mrs G M Ballard are spending the week at Crab Orch ard Neal Parrott who was seriously injured by a fall last week is im proving Mrs WT Brooks of Paris Ky is the guest of Mrs J W BrownI for a few days Miss Flonnie rebleRoberta Davis Mr J A Parrett of Moore Creek Jackson county is here vis iting his son Neal Parrott Capt John and son otPrefrtnnly of his son Mr A Pennington- Mrs Stella Spratt and chil dren of Hamilton Ohio are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Jasper Rick elsMrs E D Hansel of Lawrence dalis to r here returned t her home Tuesday Minor F Fishhasbeen p mflecl to Dispatcher and is end trick at Livingston at LsalarI ofioo per month Emmett Hansel has been give nn extra gang for speci vvoik on the Pine Hill and other CTJftJ H FrancjcoofItL Fn1el r J rain vas a while Tuesday Jim is doinga spier did business in that thriving town Luther Matter and H K Powell have bought Judge P D Colyer s grccery store The new firm say they are going to put in a full line Judge J T Adams and Harry Lee went to Danville yesterday Harry will probably take a positi as salesman for the Danville Grocery Co Mrs Chris Pittman Fort Worth Tex and Mrs Sallie Leavell of G irrard county are guests of Mrs J W Brown They are nieces of Mrs Conn Col Sam M Burrdett who is well known by all our older citizens and who has been an invalid f jlitsitingcourse of While treatmentI we had the pleasure of seeing our old friend James I White who making money hand over fist in oil business in Cumberland count Mr Whites untiring efforts for improvements continue where ec heiL LOCAL A great electrical show will be one of the striking features at the Brodhead fair this year You dont want to miss the balloon assension which will take place each day of the Brodhe fair Charley Carmical announces asa candidate for Jailer Jin this issue He is a son of the Rev J C Car mical and is an honorable uprig citizen and if selected by his party to fill the office to which he aspir would unquestionably do his full duty NOTICE All parties owing me for the year 1903 are earnestly re p quested to call and settle same These accounts should have been settled January 1904 at lea and I think I have been Very pa tient in watting all this time Please comeat once J A WOOD jun v im Orlando KyJ s A two weeks meeting at t Lang ford Station conducted by Revs Ttirjiin and K hviiids of Irvine closed last Sunday with 20 addi lions Mt Vernon is soon to have a wholesale house of all heavy gro ceries W J Rider is at the head of the enterprise and we trust will h able to make it a success The liI machinery for putting down a well on Geo Levisays farm was unloaded Tuesday The neamone west of expectetd to to begin work today uIIsuccesss in his wholesale btisiness of flour Mr Baker has place his ware house at Livingston frog- the fact that she shipping facilitiei- are ranch better and mure con ven teit from that point Later on other things will le added SCHOOL FUND PER CAPrrA1ti- s reported Superintendent of Pub lie Instruction Fuqua says the per capita for the public school fund of bdweenI3 25 350 a big increase Last year the per capita was 2 64 LostA gold necklace with a gold and silver locket on it Gold locket has three sets a red white and blue on back and silver locket has the words Sterling Silver Ion back A liberal reward for th of same MRS MOLlIE MILLER The way the mail is handled in some of the tis Mthingtakes a month to get the mail an hers you never get it This is due to carelessness and if the peo ple will rise up and demand better service report a few of Uncle Sams employes there will not be so much trouble Messrs H M Mink and W paugunre certainly going intBthe song business on extensive scale The garden is located o n jjsomeinnston At present they have 50000 plants on hands and 30000 exilenct to alangsl GOOt OPPORTUNITY To buy at a bargain improved property including Storehouse Dwellings Blacksmith Shop also vacant lots in live town About jSoo acres of fine farm lands lying in the edge of the Blue Grass region Reason for selling winding up estate low is a famous health resort Write otioMRS JANE D BUCHANAN july22imo Gab Orchard Ky andIkilled Mart Hubbard Sunday afternoon The killing was tioiie ateIsaacs home near ConwfY The facts brought outsat inquest held lisquire D rba1showed that hubbard went t e trhouse with a pistol inV his hand Isaacs told him not toVome but Hubbard did not stop atrd as b was about to enter tht dooV Isaac emptied bothx barrelsof a shot gun hisis trhibech a few hours later Hubbard fired two shots at Isaacs erThe San Francisco Examiner of June 30th says A pretty wed ding will take place at the home of stirs A E Fredrich 2117 Buena Vista avenue at noon to motto when her daughter Miss Augusta Fredrich will become the wife of Charles A Borle a scion of a German noble house and the possess RhineadGeneral Freidrich lived in this county for several years and w well known by all of our olderC citizens CONhtesThe Democrats of Rockcas county are called to meet in ti Court House in Mt Vernon K August 2nd 1904 at one oclo m for the purpose of selectf n and instructing delegates to tl Lexington convention which meets 1904sfor purpose a m ocratic candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals for the 5th Appellate District of Kentucky- J W BROWN Chm D C C j S ALBRIGHT Secy T c r Rev William Williams has justj completed a liandsonie residence near Orlando viTheTies are now being opened u These quarries are on Dicks near the Rockcastle line The Crab Orchard Fair began its VednesdavIstances resident R H Bro WallIen 1efrt nothing undone to make this one- of the best in the State Lots ofI fine stock from Levington and other points of the State was on hands For the bet jlck three years old andover first premium was award ed to J J Smith of Rockcastlle alsdo exihorsesA C Dunn of Lincoln first LlYlNGSTOft Mrs Mary Carson of CircinnatiII is here visiting Mrs J sou Miss Mary Feeny of Covington j is the guest of Mrs Jacob Sam brook Mrs W J Childress visited her parents at Pine Hill Saturday and Sunday Born to Mrs Ed Shea Saturday morning July 23rd a little son Jolla Willard eMr Ross Bastin of Lancaster came up Saturday to repair the telephone lines damaged by light ning W C Mullins Sam Magee esdames Thos Lasley and Harr OrcdThe Sunday school pic nic given by the Christian Church Saturday was well attended and everybody had a good time f Miss Rosa Mccrron of Pine ShIe r rown Childress Mrs John Magee and John Ma Jr of Brodhead visited Mes tites Henry Browning and Samuel Ward last week Mrs Will Satterfield and cb oflrtiss Lillie Butner of De Land Fla is the guest of Mr aud Mrs williteachJune Fowler and sister b1i Nora jugBart Sams are down with malar feverjti ofIIdomestic and financial Will some good angel please come and take it awaywMesdames Sutton of Mt Vernon and Cabell of Rowland were called here Wednesday on account death of their little gran daughter Thelma Daniels udthe 32Leuse the shool house for church services petepie we know how to spellchoir They dontseem to think mistakes will happen even in a printin a office The writer is an 4Buckhow and then the printer misses once in a while in Buck letter We cant please all the people all the time Thelma Norine the infant daught Danielw s died Wednesday evening July 27th age about two months The par ents have the sympathy of every barorn Funeral services were held at t Baptist church Thursday the Wascemetery across the river SOME ROCKCASTLE PEOPLE THEY ARE DOING railroadingtle in eJ J McCall is doing a splendid Patclcountyn bestesec- tion foremen on the IV D division of the L N with headquarters at Hazel Patch t M B DeBord is selling lots of goods at Elrod Eulaski county Mart Jones is making a great success at farming in Illinois pot t office Longview i Q uAIL Mrs James Thompson has been sick Wm Miller and still con slowlyPMiss Lillie McBee is visiting rela tit es at Preachersville this week Several of our people are attend ing the Crab Orchard fair this u e k Dr Smith of Walnut Grove is biSIIIthe illie s of Floyd Gentry son D R Gentry but we are glad learn that he is better at this time A good rain has fallen and crrps are looking better although thcic is much room fur improvement yet The wheat crop is better than was pected Teachers we should not let the Q aril A column go down tint nuke ita sueces It tt ili proxe useful and instructive to us aPe Let everybody come up with his or her part The people on this side are exceedingly glad that we are to get aI a primary October ist to name a candidate for Congress They say that they all want to go and vote Heres hoping and wishing Gilbert success MIBrownLogan Brown 3 good heifers at a fair priceA G and J M Craig bought of John Craig 5 steers at 25 aud sold to various parties 30 ewes at 2 oo to 3 00 QUESTIONS AO ANSWERS As I see the questions asked in rehventure a few answers which if anything better turns in you can throw mine IIaide1st Should read There were no less than twenty present Thesub jjct is persons understood plural therefore requires a pluralverb 2nd Each verb has three parti ci ples present perfect and compound 3rd Is used as a principal verb- sha no participlesL4th writer or the 1editor omitted the decimal point in writing 25 x 25 as the product is Q2Shut if the decimal is used the product will be IthUS2X25 product requires as places asare in both factors 5th James is the objective sub Assa con nction connecting the independ subordinateia conou nction connecting two elements a compound sentence into one J5th The infinitive is used to denote a custom according to Butler gth I will not attempt to auswer ould like to hear from others iolh The sun does not heat the earth directly but the explanation longd wise men of Greece were Solon Thales Pitta s Beas Chelon Cleobulus and Periander They lived between 0 and 548 B C i2th A nautical mile is i Ji com mon miles Mis M B Patten LN hePRates C ofThe L N system will sell reo uced rate tickets to Louisville ac the Biennial Conclave ttRtti1tits of Pythias meeting which takes place August 1620 1904 Tickets limited to September Lath The L N offers a 261 rate to Winchester and return Septr 18 and 19 limit Sept 24 account of the Kentucky Christian Mission ary Convention = ff LAND STOCK AND CROP heESTRAIA pale red heifer with aboutrdtwo months ago Was expected to have a calf in about three weeks after she left A liberal reward for her return or information as to her whereaboutsCMRS MARTHA PEAS jul29st Pine Hill Ky MADE YOUNG AGAIN chOne of Dr Kings New Life Pills each night for two weeks has put me in my teens aeain writes s D H Turner of Dempseytown pa Theyre the best in the world for Liver Stomach and Bowels Purely vegetable Never gripe Only 250 at all druJgistsIRead the date on the label of yourr paper and see if you are in arrears JI tiI h ARE YOU Bargain Wise MIDSUMMER being right here we will Inaugurate a JULY and AUGUST Annual clearance sale toC SummerDress Goods r SHOES the the this line goods will splendid oi goods must before to fall winter arrivals also A C atlOrts per yard Ladies invite inspect goods before you make the celebrated Walk Over Shoes every guar good or money refunded and As dealers handle will well us handle received Nothing throughout disposetlof Ginghams purchases ILaces inIMERCHANDISE everythingI All give satisfaction either Exchanged Money U K ADAMS Phone T H O Worlds Fair Shortest SOUTHERN Fastest Worlds Look at ye Lexington daily Arrive Louisville St Louis Solid of standard dining car coaches through from St Louis without Liar Lexington daily rrives Louisville St Louis Solid of PullmlIairOurFree Reclining Chair from Lexingtsnto St t charge 1JOUND TRIP RAPES INGTON FROM 1665 Good returni cember 15 1385 Good 1240 Good above 870Coach Tickets on every Tuesday in August turning days TW CREWS H Fourth E St G B ALLEN A St Louis Minister of Plehwe Russia in St Petersburg to Palace A explosive bullets amends Russia promised squadron of steamer Knight Falling means Then strengthen it only Ayers Hair Vigor Hair falling completely makes druff And it color to hair dark color early lialr ont lahala madanrialrxllIcould It 1ttEOSCCt Ia Falling Jgg1 fob stock is nicest lot of mon and boys Suits ever shown Vernon low prices from 2 to SII illISnap of the Season in of and give you these be the hot in order make room for and F we and these your rail be Main of grow gray Ladies show the nicest line this department of big stock nice arid cheap tooit Bargain we for the trade to let their produce and Bargains Russian hair feed with hair Our motto is To handle the Lost goods money buy and soil them reasonable prices emIgoods Refunded No 75 M E N K the train train will rates excer sale and seven 89 234 ave the the was has for the the falllnc Icuultill j1r bottle oo is we can yott our do at V N Y of Go To Chase C Davis Drugstore FOR Drugs Chemicals Patents ann Oils I acso- tI DompletB Line oPPtiarniacBaEicals I IToilet Articles Avll GalloreI PHONE 64Day or Night I CHAS C DAVIS Pharmacist MT VERNON KY WILLIS GRIFFINPractical Undertkerand FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Kv Stock Complete I1urnishEmbalming done on short notice Come and see me anything I have not got can get for you on firs rain that leave the city OR hERS by wire Promptly Filled Phone No 63 h The World All Knows RuilwaytheWorlds Fair LineI- fyouhave a trip in view to Evansville Sf Louis or to any point in the West or Southwest ASK US FOR Us If there are reduced account of special occasions Ex cursions we have them E MWOMACK City Passenger A Passgr Agt WQrmRemediesAnd L J IRWIN M CREAMj ButiaQwlltr 1For 20 Years Has Led all Ask Fii t fitlt JtOat ST AXaXa aRUGG= 6OsPrepared by JAMES F BALLARD St Lout Sold byCHASC DAVIS Vernon Ky r r- jit 36K I COMING f i 3 J weH HARRIS WORLD FAMOUS NICKEL PLATE SHO- WrWILL EXHIBIT AT Mt Vernonone day only Saturday Aug 6th W H HARRIS NEW NICKEL =PLATE SHOWS 14 years before the American public indorsed by over two thousand papers from Maine to California Lake Superior to Florida 258 performances in Chicago this Season to over five hundred thousand people It is an up to date Show it has new ideas it is not just like all the others you will not know all this unless you attend this Show of newborn ideas and thrilling effects to this world unknown 80 Thoroughbred Horees a trinity of Trick Mules a coterie of Educated Shetland Ponies the largest Performing Elephant that threads the earth ten thousand dollar den of Performing Lions and Tigers six Funny Clowns and the best ring performance ever seen beneath a tent Moral and elevating above all others full value for money every time no misrepresentation Courteous treatment to all patrons Ladies and Children are particularly requested to attend the afternoon performance to avoid the vast crowds at night ADMISSION all this bigshow reduced to I T T POPULAR PRICES SHE largest Popular Price Show on Earth now Bigger Better and Grander than Ever with all newandnov l Acts and Features for this Season TheJennier family of Acrobats and Tumblers The Mellette family of Aeualists and Riders Mr Harry LaSage on the Bounding ROpe Mr Claude Orton the worlds Champion Four =horse RiderA Hundred Horses and Ponies r a lost of Funny Clowns Grand Free Street Parade at jo a fnC5L tTw Performances Lt i z and 8 ro i0aGirZ C H2j3Pearlier 2fopen oiiepur t i rTHE GREAT CIRCUS HERE ITheWorld Famous NicKel Plate made fatroui by truth thOdIIsexhlQltm exhibited here often in the past and has always pleased large audiences The show is the pioneer of all popular priced circuses The parade this morning was all right and the afterm on p rfminanee well patronized The bateback riders the aerial acts leaping and tumbling trick mules ponies horses and elephants were all good and the show put together in a way pleasingThe Plate exhibits only in cities believing that the people are educated to popular prices and take advantage of the price to see a worthy exhibition This show is said to he the largest popular price circus in the world inu the big performance that it gives rewards them by a large attendance whereever they exhibit Thee are and always will be welcome visitors to New CastleNew Castle Ind Daily Courier July 1st 1903 We have just learned what has become of the oldfashioned waman who darned socks She darned them for an Oshkosh millionairefor 4o years and when he died he did not leave her a darned cent Wouldnt that ravel you DAILY TOURIST SLEEPERS TO CALIFORNIA Iron Mountain Route operates Pullman Tourist Sleepers St Louis to California leaving 830 a m daily via Little Rock Tex arkana Dallas Foit Worth and El Paso The Ideal Route to Califor nia Fast Schedule cheap Colo nist rates in effet daily during months of March and April 1904 to California and the Northwest Pullman tourist sleepers via Mis uuri Pacific Railway leave St Louis every Thursday 9 a fron1 Kansas City Wednesdays Thursdays and Fridays 630 pm going via Pueblo D R Gsys tem through Glenwood Springs Salt Lake City to Ogden etc Homeseeker and Colonist rates to various points in the West and Southwest overy first and third Tuesdays each month For map folders des ri the literature rates etc consult nearest Ticket Agent ofaddiess R T G MATTHEWS TPA Room 301 Norton Bldg mar iStf Louisville Ky Fruitful And now from college comes the girl Four precious years of youth spent there In busy study deep research Yield six new ways to fix her hair LOW RATES TO COLORADO AND UTAH RESORTS Pest reached va the Missouri Pacific Railway From St Louis to Pueblo Colorado Springs and Denver 25 00 Glenwood Springs 3700 Salt Lake City 3800 round trip Correspondingly low rates from all t oints Tickets on sale daily until Sept 30 return limit Oct stopaovers with diverse routes Three fast trains daily fron 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 Small By Comparison My dear sir said the physician arent you aware of the fact that ice water imperils your health Yes answered the wearylook ing uiancbut when I have the bravery to liveamong all these germs and trojley cars and auto mobiles Im not going to shy at a glass of water TO GOLDEN CALIFORNIA Best way is via Missouri Pacific Railway through scenic Colorado and Utah returningvia Iron Moun tain Route or Yce versa Cheap round trip rate from St Louis to San Francisco or Los Angeles 4750 account Knights Templar Conclave and Sovereign Grand Lodge I O O FSeptembernextp Liberal stop overs 1D scenic redo Tickets on sale August 15 to September 16 limited October 23 1904 Two fast trains daily Pullman sleepers chair cars and din nglar5 Special Train Personally Conducted to San Francisco Knights Templar Conclave Stops en route to sight see Colorado etc For itinerary of trip descriptive literature map folders etc c nsultlickeLAgentsoraddres R T Q Matthews T P A RoomJfcOi Norton BldgLouisville g if j r t s5ift c r IAsiulilatittg Creikadundlcotlla lin the Stouath altlBowel3 cr i 125 NI Promolcs figcslionCheecrful nessandP ustContuins neither OpuiinMtr pWnc norXiueral NOT NARCOTIC nrryrarONdlYSVL2l17Cli ltury dxd rW- dltihwt l kGda ItcmtSerd r1rtll IUforConslipalion WormsCouvulsionsFevensh ness and Loss OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature or NEW YOTZK WRAPPER B I I CASIORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have i dw3L ays Bought Bears the o Sign ature 1 WI 11 rtfP use I- l GrpF ever- Tifry Years 1 AIi= =THE BpHK DP J5T VERNON MT VERNON KY OPENED 1900 2CAPITAL STOCK 15000 C C WILLIAMS PRES JAS T ADAMS VICKPRHS W L RICHARDS CASHIER A R FURNISH ASST CASH DIRECTORSC C WilliamGeo Livesay A T Fish S H Martin Rod Perry J E Honk We solicit accounts of firm and individuals Caremlftauc r ion is given collections entrusted to us Our friends and patrons are invitedJocallwheH in town Phone No 55 W QIl J1Bll FACTORY LOAD SHOTGUN SHELLS Its not sentimentthat mates the most successful shots shoot t Winchester Factory Loaded Shells Its the re m suits they give Its their entire reliability even ness of pattern and uniform shooting Winchester u Leader shells loaded with smokeless powder are the best shells on the market Winchester Repeater shells loaded with smokeless powder are cheap in price but not in quality Winchester New Rival black powder shells are the favorite black powder load on the market on account of their shooting and reloading qualties Try either of these brands and youll be well pleased They are THE SHELLS THE CHAMPIONS SHOOT French LICK and- WEST BADEN 5pHnffs In the highlands of Indiana a two hours ridefrom Louisville there flow wonderful healing waters that youd spend hundreds of dollars to enjoy if they were in Europe- A recent visitor from Philadelphia who formerly wont to Carlsbad every year sddhI do not see why anyone goes to Europe for medicinal waters The water is as beneficial and the scenery and surrounding country the air and theo por tunities tor recreation are better the hotels and all accommodation are much finer at French LickWest Baden Springs and this gentleman is a native of SwitzerlanJIThe splendid wooded hills with the coo invigorating air of these highlands where one can er joy rambles in the depths of the forest or rides and drives among the numerous bridle paths and road ways afford pleasure for those who l ie nst awl quiet Mrhio at the splendid and exilerating casinos one can have all the entertainment and social pleasure possible it the mOlt fashionable resorts On THEMONON ROUTE For booklets telling all about tho Voters Hotel Rates and full information write E H BACOfcl P P A Louisville K- ySETTHE SMART A Magazine of Cleverness Magazines should have a welldefined p trpoeGenuine en tertainment amusement and mental receation are the unlives of THE SMART SET the TIm MOST SUCCESSFUL OF MAGAZINES Its novels a complete one iu each number are by the most brilliant authors of both hemispheres Its short stories are matchless clean and lull of human interest Its poetry covering the entire field of verse pathos love humo- rtendernessis by the most popular poets men and women of the far Its jokes witticisms sketches etc are admittedly the most mirth rovokingw 160 PAGES DELIGHTFUL READING No pages are wasted on cheap illustrations editcrial vanorings or wearying essays and idle discussions EVERY PAGE will interest charm rind refresh you Subscribe flow250 per year Remit ill cheque Ik 0orExpress order or registered letter to Till SMAIIT SET J52 Fifth Avenue New York N B Samplecopies sent free on application ALLS VEGETABLE SICILI- ANHairReneweri Always restores color to gray hair all the dark rich eolor it used I to have The hair stop fall ng grows long and heavy and aU dandruft disappears An elegantdressingurHi caaaa25 r f C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY OFFICE On 2rd floor of The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church otieet Special attention given to So M L MYERS DentistIWORK OFFICE At residence on Old Main st known as the C C Williams residence PIIONR No 73 Will be in office at BRODHEAD every MONDAY noon till Tuesday loon J C McCLARY Underfaker Embalmer Compleie LINE of Cnskrts Robes 5Le Orders by Telephone attend 11OInltlyStanford y TJie VERANDA HOTEL JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR Stanford Tvy Specially equipped for traveling men Sample room on first floor Bathrooms free to guests RATHS 200 per day W M Praia cu ac irMONUMENTAL WORKS Brodhead Ky Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones ALL WORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVEN Frith Hotel BRODHEAD KY GEORGE JETER PROP Headquarters for Traveling Men Good Sample RoomLivery Attached The patronage of Rockcastle cuv zens specialty desired Miller House HUGH MILLER PROPRI- ETORHeadquarters for Commercial Men ioTPorter at all trains3 MT VERNON DIRECTORY COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURT Fourth Mon day iu each mouth- QUARTERLY COURT Fiist Monday in each month CIRCUIT COURT Second Mon day in February Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in Sep tember MT VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month CHURCHES Services qt the Christian Church Preach ing 1st 3r Sundays at tt t m and at 730 p Sunday IchooI930 a in every Sunday pmTheall services on the 4th aunday moruiug and evening Baptist ChurchServices on the Third Sundayschoolwetting on Tuesday nights MASONIC Ashland Lodge No meets end Mon day 9 a m MT VERNON A CHAPTER No 14iml1RETS every SECOND MONDAY at 2 t iu MACCABEES- K OT MTKXT No ii meets every Is and 3rd Monday at 730 p in JAS E nOUK Com CUAb C DAVIS K K WORKING NIGHT AND DAY fhe busiest and nighties little thing that ever was made is Dr Kings New Life Pills These pills change weakness into strength listlessness into energy brainfag wonIderful in building up the health Only 25c per box Sold and guaranteed hall druggists