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Established 1887 VOLUME XVIL MT VERNON KY FRIDAY AUGUST 12 1904 NUMBER H 14TATE Whose announcement a candidate for Clerk of the Rockcastle e County Court appears in this issue For the past three years Mr Tate has served the county as high sheriff and has proven himself faithful to voters see proper to honor him with their support they will most as suredly never have any cause for regret for having dote so CRAB ORCIIAHD Mis Fannie King is visiting in Maggie Livingston is visiting in Lexington Miss Carrie Baugh of London is visiting at Mrs Magees- Z D Holtzclaw has five sick children but they are all convales centDr J G Carpenter and wife spent Tuesday last at J G Liv Astons- I Stegar has been very t t eareKlad safst 1ih f iThis trlie t l The attendance at the protracted meeting is not very large but the preaching is splendid There is some sickness in our community Eph Payne whom mentioned last week is still very sickJake Wallin and family who went to Bozeman Mont last Jan nary have returned to old Ken tucky to spend their days Gto Thompson of Pleasant Hill Mo left Tuesday morning II will stop for some time in Chain paign county Ill where he has several children residing Dr Win Myers and wife and bright little boy of Thorntown Ind are visiting his grandmother Mrs M L HarrisM J Harris of Louisville spent a few days with his mother last week Ive enjoyed reading of the old citizens of Rockcastle and learning that so many of them were prospering in their new homes I t my childhood days in that Left there in 1866 yet fon ory loves to linger over scenes and familiar faces many of which are hid from sight i beneath the sod It brings to mind the lines of We shall knoweacb other better when the mists have cleared away I Must COST Go At I3nuuitnnu ignll 41II scrioesinthe W1LL1A3ISBU11U Mrs Florence Bowron with her daughter Lucile of Louisville is visiting her mother Mrs A J CurdGeorge Gatliff has typhoid fever memIIt impossible to tell at pres pritiOIlI cistnct Tuesday Whitley jgivesEd wards n small majority t A jiang u r iIiievesYsiruck onr tufirir Monday night and brbkeihto 6 stores Money seems to have been their main object It is re ported that about 15 houses in Jellioo were robbed in one night last week There seems to be an workinIg the railroad A SWEET BREATH is a never failing sign ofa health stomach When the breath is the d stomach isout of order There is no remedy in the world equal to curiaestomIachtried all kinds of remedies but con tinued to grow worse By the use of Kodol I began to improve at once and after taking a few bottles am fully restored in weight health and strenghth and can eat whatever like Kodol digests what you eat and makes the stomach sweet Sold by Mt Vernon Drug Co When a man puts out his shin gle on the roof the Lord is likely baseIment People who never give more than chicken faed to the chur are the first to complain if th dont get chicken pie in every ser mono lilt OJll RA n The bank at this place is a Mire go Dr Percy Benton bought a fine horse of JTSowder Tor 140 Miss Nola Keisling has leturned RowlandIMrs Louisa Willen of Wabd is visiting her sister Mrs John Sow der J II Albright is on the sick list The wife of W Ii Sowder is proving Mrs Robert L Slater of Ander m1mtvisiting Miss May Magee Monday until Tuesday Robert Collier is chipping quite a lot ol and cord- wood this weekIMrs G the week with Mrs Emmett Mc Bride at Lebanon Born to the wife of W S Hag gard a girl To the wife of Nick Vanhook a boy E C Walton and family wer guests of the Albright Hotel from Saturday until Sunday Miss Nanuie Yaclen has return ed from a several days visit to Mrs Thos Baker at Johnetta Dont forget to come to the fair Aug 17 8 and 19 There will be a balloon assension th 18 and 1- 9TS Frith has sold a part of his timber to CranorSmith Lnm ber Co which they intend to work in the near future Mr and Mrs Josh Dunn spent the early part of the week vlth- the latters sister Mrs Belle Hen derson at Lowell GerItrude IMesdamesNellie Rice of Livingslonand Mary Carter of Mt Vernon came down Friday to attend the burial of Mrs Fannie Hall Mrs Faunie Hall daughter of- the Late Judge Carter died at her sisters Mrs G E Painter Aug 4 was buried in cemetry al t he Baptist church at this place Mrs Jennie Howell has returned to her home at Springfield after several weeks stay with home bwfaud Watson who will spend the winter with her It looks as if Brodhead bordering on a boom with two oil drills pounding away each within three or four miles of town A bank to be erected at once Theue school house with three depart ments specially arranged and byI the way a handsome structure With a stave mill to be erected mud a soda pop structure on ever corner who could be surprised any time CASTORIAF01 geyRUmatnre Bearsthe of CajyttZZM MUST GO 05TMust Go A tiSt FOR BARGAINS IN SUMMERis Suitings White Goods Waists Slippers and Straw Hats In fact any article that is not worn in winter season that we now odhands- will k ft lV c g6 at cost lwiCorrie and see for yourself J 6gS We can save you Money W l 7Ipl7i J JC HOCKED CQ J8 I rfPE i IS TORN LJvi N GSTON f t cV T C ON W AY J G Clark of Garrard was here tins week buying calves There is no oil talk herenow butall of us dont htltive its not here The hay nudoat crops ate very good IttIC and his lern about all taken rare of Mr N P Curtis of New Or leans La visited his nn IJ D G Vtkl bought 600 W LaMiburt Sn C1r Rllon fnr 3etch1- I r lot CIIC fault anti luiiulv if Richmond spent last week here to drink the good waiter from the big well IThe railroad company has put in platform here so we dont have to dim a bank now to get on the train The blackberry harvest has about come to a close with a large crop taken care of Every one got a full share J J Wood Hayes bought and shipped 1600 othereP 10 12 els a gallon Mr Harvey Chenault has had the large stock barn near the big well torn down and moved away Mr Chenault expects to build a nice stand atound the well and fix the watering place up in the near good rains we have had cently makes our corn fields look like blue grass country the prospects for a good crop were never better Jim Woods says that if the good rains continue on we will have to build more cribs We hope Jim is right Good we received the SIGNAL once in two weeks we had almost come to the conclusion that our clever editor Mr Albright had quit the newspaper business and gone but we are glad to know he instill there and its not his fault we do not get ouipapers more regularly Uncle Sam seems to have some careless einploye Maybe it wont be this way always Dont forget to vote for Parker this fall be might make a change NEW TOURIST SLEEPING CAR SERVICE TO CALI FORNIA On August the rsth the Missouri PaciPc Railway will establish adaily through Tourist Sleeping Car Line St Louis to San Francisco Train will leave St Louis daily 159 p m The route will be via Missouri Pacific Railway to Pueblo Colorado Jhence via Denver and Rio Grande to Salt Lake City and Ogden and Southern Padfic to San Francisco lamkous through the picturesque Rockj Mountains The service and ac uptodateyatVery low rates will be in effect from August 15th to September lothvia Missouri Pacific Railway tothe principal Pacific Coast points and return Also Low Rate Colo soldh115th For rates information and reservation of berths apply to nearest representative of the Mis souri Pacific Railway or address C Townsend G P T A Louis Mo orR T G Mat thews T P A Louisville Ky A PERFECT PAINLESS PILL the one that will cleanse the sys set the liver to action remove the bile clear the complexion cu ejheedacbeand leave a good taste m the mouth Thermo little pills tor doing such work pleasantly and effectually ajre peWitts Little Early Risers Bob Moere of LaFayette Indsays All other pills I have used gripe and sicken while De Witts Little Early Risers are simp ly perfect Sold by Mt Verno Drug Confused by a yassing steamboat MicbaelIMississippi river at Alton lIt steppedinto the deepwater of the channel and alt but one of the party were drowned Some men are peter happy esf cept when they think how lmueh wore the tberfellOWias it Published Every Friday II ROCKCASTLE COUNTY countyI AT Shirt have 1vm r t READ What Mt Vernon Has 3 A Permanently Established WHOLESALE HOUSE V WE expect to do Exclusively a WHOLESALE BUSINESSA- ll Goods sold strictly for cash and Cash paid for all kinds of Country Produce F Aboughtin II IIsoldMJ MILLER CO Sole Agents for the SUPT G M BALLARD educated in the schools at Kirksville Berea and Williamsburg and for several years was one of the most successful teachers of the county CREATIONj Refreshingly cool and restful is the waterfall in front of this masterpiece You take a boat and as you sail scenes in Egypt Japan the Holy Land and our own western country pass before you until you are sanded at the entrance of a cool grotto through which you are guided and see many scenes of pre historic man beautiful illusions amusing and instructive Then you ascend to the revolving platform surrounded by a lagoon 30 feet wide filled with waterfowl seats are provided and the visitor can sit and rest and enjoy the beautiful picture set before him Haying rested you take one of the illusion boats and as the scenes of the various countries pass you realize why they are called illusion boats for you cannot tell whether the scenery is moving or you are skimming over the lagoon in a beautiful boat You bear a call This way to Creation and you go with the rest into the flue Dome the largest in the world The audi torium seat 600 people comforts anglenep the audieuce comfortable as the scenes roll rapidly through the six days of Creation Chaos Let there be Light the ball of fire clouds lightening volcano tbesea formation of1and the peaceful sky with fleecy clouds the flowers the trees of the forest the fowler of the air the heists of the field and the fishes of the sea Adan and Eve and finally the peaceful Sabbath The production rpm the front to the last scene is t IMade SuperintenGentthoughtbest most beautiful and effective on the Worlds Fair Grounds THE SIBERIAN RAILWAY A TRIP TO SIBERIA Taking a beautiful brightly lighted trolley car on the Pike atIthe Worlds Fair Grounds Louis Mo you are whisked to the Moscow Depot where you take a regular passenger coach and lookout on the City of Moscow In a moment the train moves the points of interest in that City are pointed out as you pass oround it Thenre to the Ural Mountains where the asyouIIrkutsh the Steppes of Siberia Lake Baikal Mukden and finally overlooking Port Arthur that now world renown point toward whir h all eyes are turning We are noWI at the seat of war The trip terestiug and instructive and should not be missed THE DEEP SEA DIVERS The Deep Sea Divers give an object lesson in a business little known to thegeneral public We read of divers and their work realize only faintly the method and the dangers of it At the Worlds Fair Grounds St Louis Mo on the Pike the work is ex emplified ina large glass tank holding 170000 gallons of water Heie isI27 pounds eacblead belt wel 159 pounds andda brass helmet isel f fItJandlbere Mtand old cithis week ISunday school at Maple Grove progressing nicely Miss Ellen Butner was here thu first of the week delivering some policies Miss Byrda McHargue of Pine Hill was the guest of Miss Mar Stelleams Sunday A- Miss Ella McClure of Snyders was the guest of Miss Byrda Ande t son Sunday and Monday Mr Jenkins traveling salesman for Bryan Goodwin Hunt was withour merchants Tuesday Mrs J C Childress who ha been on the sick list for some time is not any better at this writing Quite a number of the young peopled this place attendee the show at Mt Vernon Saturday and report a good time Mr Clyde Hart of Richmond who used to clerk for Chenault Evans at this place has accepted position with the Big Hill Coal Co Miss Eliza Robinson who has been visiting in Hamilton Ohio for several weeks has returned howe She says we havent seta half of the world yet The berry crop is about over This place has been an excellent market for them the merchant paying ten to twelve and orehalf cents per gallon for them BerrydC P Reynolds is visiting in Ham ilton Ohio Mr Lauderman is ru youngeKentucky has the oldes man in the United States and record beat out the statement In Cartercoun ty lives David Wade who will soon be 17 years of age Mr Wade was born Aug 20 1787 BEST FOR THE BOWELS If you havent inerular healthy increment of the Keeproutbowelsviolent physic or pill poison la danceronn Tni keephctheutCANDY l EAT EM LIKE CANDY SoHoodWceataperbotWritefatfree aampleaadbook 133ngCLEANi MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY AUGUST 12 1904 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR 11 Advertising rules made known on application iDEl10CRATIC TICKET For President JUDGE ALTON BROOKS PARKER Or New York r For Vice President HON HENRY G DAVIS VirginiarG eo HON D L MOORE Nor T county it a candid for Con gross in the EFshth diiltict to succeed non Gilbert subject to the action of tlie democratic party Your support is earnestly solicited HON HARVEY HELM Of Stanford is a candidate for Congress in this the Eighth district subject to the tion of the Democratic party 1 HON G G GILBERT Of Shelby ville is a candidate for Congr in tliii the Eighth district to succeed h self sutijjut to the action of the DemoctHtic party FOR JUDGE yeare anlhon red to announce IW KEFHIIRU- a candidate for Judge nf Rnckcastle Conn ty subject to the action of the Uepu1Jlic n party FOR JAILERe E i We are authorized to announce ir MJOHNSON us a candidate for Jailer of RockOastle Coun ty Kiibjec to the action of the Republican party we are authorized to announce W DECKfiR as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle Coun i ty subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announc- L JARRETT asa candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle ty subject to the action of the Republican partytWe are authorized to announce CHARLEY OARiUCAL as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle coun Relublicanirr FOR SUPERINTENDENT A We ore authorized to announce t BALLARD r as a candidate for reelection as f1qhas tendent of Rockciistle subjact to the action rf tbe republican party Ale are authorized to announce- S DAVIS a candidate for Superintendent of Rock cjbtle subject to the action of the repub IlipIn party 40COUNTl COURT CLERK We are authorized to announce H L TArE ofIrepublican party FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to annoullce- ELMER HOUR as a candidate for Assessor of this coirity subject to the action of the republican party We are authorized to announce J B CUMMINS a candidate for Assessor of Roekcae county to fill the unexpired time of J Kirby deceased to be voted fir at the N ember elegQon1904 subject to the action of the Republican party JUDGE ALTON B PARKER w formally notified Wednesbay of nomination as the Democratic ca didate for President In a sta tofnment made by the Judge the country is put at ease as to his position on the money question In speaking of the money question he said I want it thoroughly understood throughout the country so understood that misunderstanding in the fujuje will be impossible that I am for the gold standard of curt rency and that if elected I sha11c all in my power to maintain that standard IF every Democrat in Kentucky woulk rie in his place and say no more snapjudgments in Dem ocratic conventions State county municipal or district what won become of Cantrill and Gilbertto THE appellate convention at Lexington was rather a disgraceful af fair yet it was not half as bad sortie of tbe yellow journals of thedude State would have it be It will all of come out in the wash POLITICS AN D POLITICIANS W S Taylor says he will nottlJ take part in the Indiana campaign this year Republican campaign headquarters in New York are overrun by applicants for jobs Thomas E Watson the Populist nominee for President will be in officially notified of hisnoraination at Cooper Union Hall in New York August 18 i lV 1 PAPER IS TORN f I Vice Presidential nominee Day participated in a Masonic corner stone laying at Elkins W Va The Hon James N Keboe has been named as the Kentucky berof the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee The democratic congression- o campaign will be actively inaugurated this week by Cheirman Co herd of the National Congressiuiia Committee John W Kern of Indianapolis after smothering a vicepresidential boom at St Louis steering Thomas Taggart to the Chairmanship Democratic National Cmmitt and receiving the Democratic nomination for Governor of Indiana isntalresting at Lake George before e ering the campaign John D Carroll hap addressed a letter to Chairman McOnown the democratic State central committee setting forth the circum stances of the appellate district c v ntion which resulted in the nom ination of Judge Cantrill and ask acing the committee to review the action of Chairman Lee Former United States Sena- ess noirow a resident of New York in a letter Hon James C Sims of Bowli Green states that he is for Jud Parker for President and in sy pathy with the entire democratic platform He will speak in Ken tucky during the campaign In a lengthy statement Chairman Cowherd of the Democratic Con gressional Committee reviews recent report of Commissioner roll D Wright on Wages and the Cost of Living and declares the Commissioners statistics unreliable and have been juggled further Republican interests Chairman Lewis McQuown has issued a call for the Democratic State Central Committee to meet at Frankfort next Saturday to consider the action of the Lexington convention in nominating a can date for Judge in the Fifth App el late district and to determine the manner of nominating a candidate for Circuit Judge in the Eleventh Parkers resignation as chief justice of the court of appeals been filed with the secretary of State This will enable the issuance of the necessary orders to bring about the election ofa sucthe censor to Chief Justice Parker th fall for the full term of 14 years stead of an appointment by governor for one year if the ies nation had been delayed until terif August 10 nethegro candidate for Congress A C Pierce a negro Republican having a nounced his candidacy against B G Humphreys the present Congressman from the Third Mississippi district who is a candidate for reelection Pierce is editor of the Greenville Pathfinder and was Gwe n wovas badly defeated He was rewarded by being appointed Postmaster at notas beyI and is ru candidan cY w nt case the latter wins Chairman Lewis McQuown of the democratic State Central and Executive Committees ties received a request from the Hon John D Carroll that the central committ be called in session to hear his protest against the action of Exec Committeeman W A Lee of Owen county taken in the Fifth appellate district convention at Lex ington in seating a contesting dele gation from his home county before the temporary organization had been effected He will call the committee together The call will daydne days The meeting will be held either in Frankfort or Louisville probably at the latter place as theI call for the meeting will also in consideration of the question holding a primary election or convention in the Washington M a rion circuit court district which has just been referred by the district a committee to the State committee former being unable to agree SCRAPS o of JET A correspondent of the New York American sends the follow g list as the best twenty five books Ivanhoe Scott Ben HurAWaUaceuTom Browns Scfiotil Days Hughes Wand the is wing Jew Sue Les Misura bleu HugciRohinoli Crisoe De Foe DdvidCopperfidd Dickens Vanity Fair Thack 1eray Scarlet Letter Haw thorne Last Dais of Pompeii Bulwer Gullivers Bunayan Jane Eyre Bronte La srwvast Hunchback 01 Notre Dame Hugo First Viatin Fothergill Tale of TV o Octopusalwicz Uncle Toms Cabin Craigeeof Way Parker Kentucky Cardin and Aftermath Allen The story is told of a traveling man in another State who tsh ginOfpromptly responded to her says ces made her acquaintance homeothis she consented reluctantly Having been introduced to t the mother the stranger explained his presence to the lady by telling daugtorter as some mm to do with his own daughter ordlIger h flirtiugnWhether the story is true or not it is one that might easily be true in any town of our State so far as young girls are concerned For it is unhappily the fact that many girls are greatly given to seeking strangefires directed their way atMost of them are taught beter fortofev of them are aware of the risks they run They are filled with the natural love of admiration the j have the joyous mischievous spirit of youth with entire confidence in themselves and for the most part Iiare free from the thought of real evil They know they are doing w ong but are too innocent and ignorant to know how wrong or where their act may lead them I SNAPSHOTS BV SILHX Business is business in the fi naucial wot Id But political musings hnntil pot of goldat the end seemISto to world IChurcQ managers seldom plan planig asked he believed in church afairs and the like replied Gods mill had to grind and if the Lords poor children cant furnish the water to make her go why then we will drawpgo woe d for the plan tolift money for the Lords work why not use the one pIleDinnersfetes c give an occasional failure preachaman A good many persons depend on the hired man to invent a pl to raise a crop of cash whi themselves are out on a lark knew a good preacher that Sundany led the song service superintending the Sunday School and collects- his wages He soon died so di the church I heard ofa good old colored preacher whose deacons was afraid he would kill the church by two many collections he replied Bee deesan a liftin ter many kerleckshuns SPR a gwine ter testate till I find hit den I want ter climb up on de ol moss kivered roof an spread out dese of hans an lif up dese fail in eve aloft towards heben an say Blessud am de dead dot die in de Lamb Hallelujah Ise neber gwine ter fin hit shah 6 NEWS ITEMS Phxts Two convicts escaped from the hna Reformatory by crawling through a sewer oyer a mile long Up to date 6258988 persons have passed through the gates of a the Louisiana Purchase Exposition An archaeologist has discovered race of cliff dwellers in the Sierra Madre Mountains in Northern Mexico The butchers strike has been in dorsed by the Chicago Federation Labor whichiscowposedofev crylabor organization in Chicago Admiral Dewey and other distin guished officers will participate inP the celebration ofPhilipine day at the St Louis Exposition which signalizes the sixth aniversary of surrender of htauila- r The Czar pi Russia with 90000 oooacres is the bijgcit uuu uwner iu the world The heaviest and most de trt ct live rains in years arerepbrted It over Southern Colorado uGent Rafael Reyes has assumed the office of President of Columbia stid announced his cabinet A Missouri PiciKi flyer went though a bridge near Eden Col nd between 80 and too lives were lostPreparations for the annual en campment of the Grand Army of the Republic at Boston are about completed Fifty thousand dollars worth of securities cash and diamonds st len in the Bear Mouth Mont tint up have been recovered enEvidently mistaking her for a burglar Albert James of Finley township indiana shut and kills l sisterTIn a street fight at Williams leahlog lumber man was shot and kill e l by Green Flynn also prom netAn attempt was made on the li of the President of Uruguay but he and his family who were driving with him escaped injury from th torpedo The Federation pledges mot and financial support as long as the strike shall continue There absolutely no sign of peace betwe the contending factions Detectives in many cities a- t searching for jewelry worth 200 000 stolen at Newport The ut most secrecy is maintained as to the real owers of the gems Mrs Lena Rawlings of Bath aunty died in the Lexington Ir sane Asylum her mind havin been unbalanced by the teacher of anew religious sect operating in the mountains Chester T Johnson of New Yort is sole heir to an estate valued 250000 because of the fact that years ago he saved the life ofa pet dog belonging to the testator h great wade- Nashville will open headquarter in tjoufsville next Saturday tl make a ground floor fight for the next biennial conclave of t Knights of Pythias New Orleans Cincinnati and Boston are also aft e ofKnigh t have raised a guarantee fund o 50000 DAILY TOURIST SLEEPERS TO CALIFORNIA Iron Mountain Route operate Pullman Tourist Sleepers St Louis to California leaving 8 3 i m daily via Little Rock Tex irkana Dallas Foit Worth and Paso The Ideal Route to Califor tin 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 Stin mleThursdays and Fridays 630 pm going via Pueblo D R G sys lem through Glenwood Springs Salt Lake City to Ogden et ratesdto and Southwest overy first and third Tuesdays each month For map folders descriptive literature rates AgettatT G MATTHEWS TPA Room 301 Norton Bldg mar i8tf Louisville Kv SUICIDE PREVENTED The startling announcement tha a preventive of suicide had been discovered will interest many AI run down system or despondency invariably precede suicide andI something has been found that will prevent that conditionwhich makes suicide likely At the first thought of self destruction take Electric Bitters It being a great tonic an nervine will strengthen the nerves and build up the system Its ale great Stomach Liver and Kidney regulator Only Soc Satisfac lion guaranteed by all druggists EDWARDS WINS Dan C Edwards wins the porn ration for Congress over Dr God disIjtn who prays to be taken out of this wicked world God can make more out of a weak man than he can out of a wabbly one THE SUNDAY BIBLE SCHOOL Lesson in the International Series for August 14 190401 dial and Elijah Prepared by the Highway and By way Preacher Copyright by J M Edson LESSON TEXT Kings 18116 Memory Verses 1316 And It came to pass after many days that the word of the Lord came to Elijah In the third year aylrg Go shew thyself unto Ahab and wit send rain upon tbe earth And Elijah went to shew himself unto Ahab And there was a sore famine la Samaria And Ahab called ObadIah which was the governor of his house Saw Obadlah feared the Lord greatly For It was so when Jezebel cut off the prophets of the Lord that Obadlah took an hundred prophets and hid them by fifty In a cave and fed them with bread and water And Ahab said unto Obadiah Go into the land unto all fountains of water and 0unto all brooks peradventure we may find mulesdSo they divided the land between them o pass throughout it Ahab went one way ny himself and Obadah went another way himself And as Obadlah was In the way be nold Elijah met him and he knew him and fell on his face and said Art thou that- n lord Elijah And he answered him am go tell hy lord Behold Elijah Is here And hesald What have I sinned that hou wouldst deliver thy servant into the ands of Ahab to slay me As the Lord thy God liveth there o nation or kingdom whither my lore nth not sent to seek thee and when aid He is not there he took an oath f the kingdom and nation that they found nott now thou sayest Go tell thy lord ehold Elijah is here li And it shall come to pass as soon as am gone from thee that the Spirit of the ord shall carry thee whither know nut id so when I come and ten Ahab and ht snot find thee he shall slay me but ihy servant fear the Lord from my youth al131Yas it not told my lord what dl slew the prophets of ord how hid an hundred men of Ii rds prophets by fifty In a cave and fe lordele And Elijah said As the Lord of host veth before whom stand will aurel ew myself unto him today So Obadiah went to meet Ahab nut old him and Ahab went to meet Elijah THE LESSON includes the three verse allowing the lesson text which give e account of the prophets interview wit hab There is no parallel In Chronicles GOLDEN TEXTI thy servant feat he Lord from my youth1 Kings lSli TIME About three and onetalf years fter the first appearance of Elijah U hob PLACEProbably not far from Jion- nrarmel In the country northwest of 3ft omparing Scripture with Scripture The Prophets Return Note that It was timed by God after manj TaySG0d always acts in the fullness IItvas poke Remember Jesus rebuke Acts It was ordered by God Whet Isod said Go it was safe for Elijah to eturn The place of peace and safety is vith GodPs 3115 It meant blessing God In the terson of His servant Elijah was to re urn to the land Gods wlthdrawa tthrenditions permit Ps 8ti5 15 I wit end rain upon the earth We talk flip aptly of the weather the weatherfore aster gives us and forget that nature sunder Gods control and that lit ends the sunshine and the ralnJer 422 Ps 1478 Elijah found conditions changed Vhab had been searching for the prophe vith murder in his heart vlO now ht s seeking pasturages with anxious read vs 5 The famine hoc eached to the kings gate v 2 How 0he prophets words when predicting t must have burned into his soul low the consciousness of God must jjrave been forced upon him The lon nd terrible drought had subdued the villful spirit of king and people L lad gained for God a hearing Hosea 515 Ps 7834 10739 Meeting with Obadiah Obadiah was i Godly man v in a Godless house fold a man who served God in secret Yow the wicked turn to the righteous time of trouble Obadiah went ou a spring of water and he fount the one whose prayer would bringabun lance of rain John 73739 Oba alahs faithfulness won for him the honor of the first meeting with Elijah But he was terrified at Elijahs com mand Like many Christians today hecare for him c Meeting with AhabElijah sent to the king The prophet went tomeet the Godfearfng Obadiah but he summons the wicked Ahab to come to him Herf Is a suggestion of the dignity and majes daytHis throne those who now wickedly anc rebelliously disdain Him Matt 2532 Rom 141012 Note the two views oi the situation Ahab in hardness heart and blind unbelief charges the prophet with troubling Israel Ezek 122 Isa 69 Matt 1314 And even Jesus disciples are sometimes trouble twith blindness Mark 652 But the belongsAlaheart Jer 179 charges God witt trouble and misfortune when the fault lies at the door of ones sinful self THE GOLDEN TEXT I thy servant tear the Lord from my parentsYeyour children in the nurture and ad redAn argument for early conversion foroSuffer little children and forbid them 1ot to come unto Me for of such Is the testimonytochild In the way he should go and when tie old he will notdepart from it j Hump Back SCOTTS wont puke a hump back straight neither will snake a shorf leg long built feeds soft bone gtherickets and hone SCOTT k Pearl StreetCORSlfRtptleRI soc and FKrueger a the Lou is U l t SonsIMT VE11NON KY THE PLACE TO GET YOUR Sho s Clothing and Dry Goods of all kinds We make a specialty of Skirts and Shirtwaist goods We have the goods we have the pricp to please the trade We are now making room for fall goods If you want Bargains callas we must make the room if we have to sell at a loss Call and buy your summer goods AWF ASTE appreciates stylishcoctifortabte sou embraces these qualitiesMade Shoe Clean Lrq The Celebrated 1Tennant Shoe lA preferable For nice fitting Style and Durability have no superior JONAS McKENZIE Sole Agent h = Mt Vernon Ky xcp i GRANVILLEOWEn I UNDERTAKER KyYTelephon Coffins All Mail FULL IIIXJoIT na v vJ 5 W S BI RAMSEYF- or Fresh Meats ofall Kinds live us a trial and if we please yon tell others if not tell us MEAT delheICd in any part of town SHOP in basement opnosite Court house Queen Crescent r Ihute 1SHORTEST LINE AND QUICKEST SCHEDULES Cincinnati LexingtonJChattanooga Knoxville Asheville Charleston Savannah Atlanta Jacksonville Birmingham New Orleans Shreveport and Texas Points LIL AIKEN Tray Passr Agt 89 E Main St ixington Ky WAQARRimr OeD Mgr W C RINEARSON Gen Pass Ajt y HOW MANY HANDS dipintobefore you buy it Lion Coffeecomes tight packages no chance for handling or dirt or things to get FrISk md Friflrut LWAYS they Vvr Indigestion Causes Catarrh of the StomachFor many years it has been supposed that Catarrh of the Stomach caused indigestion and dyspepsia but the truth Is exactly opposite Indigestion causes catarrh Re peated attacks of Indigestion Inflames the mucous membranes lining the stomachand exposes the nerves of the stomach thus caus ing the glands to secrete mucin instead of the juices of natural digestion This Is called Catarrh of the Stomach Kodol Dyspepsia Cure relieves all Inflammation of the mucous membranes lining the stomach protects nerves and cures bad breath sour risings a sense of fullness after eat1nt indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles Kodol Digests What You Eat Make the Stomach Sweet Reguhr 00 times the trial sells or 50 cents Prepared by DeWITT k Chicago IN r M VERNO SIGNAL MT VERNON Ky AUG n 1904 79Co1l up Xo 70 when wnnttoCorn nwni snte with SIGNAL 791 i l 6 CoI TIME TABLE 4 north 1206 p m 26 north 308 am 23 south 129 PItl 25 South 105 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Eere at tilt Yersw Put5ce as eaootla ttertPERSONAL Llojd Maret is assistant agent at It Pittsburg aMrs Dick Cutrmins is slightly better today J J Cook is again working in the clerks office Miss Ann Baker of Livingston is visiting relatives hereCElbert Hansel L N brake man is taking a few days off Mrs Mattie Nevius of Stanford is visiting Mrs Angie Stephens Supt G M Ballard began visit ing schools Wednesday morningJ Messrs W W Withers and L R Hughes were up from Stanford SundayEd oms oho is now operatorI at Middlesboro spent Sun ay hs mother- P Q Griffin of the Quail sec tion spent Sunday with his broth er Willis Griffin W J Sparks and family and Mrs J W Brown will visit the Worlds Fair next week Mesdames J R Llewellyn of McKee and J A Olliver of Livingston are visiting their mother near WabdlMr Henly Bastin the Lancaster electrician is doing some work on the local exchange changing Avires etc J W Baker One of the merchant kings of Livinston passed throught on Mondays train en route to Iouisville to buy goods Mrs D C Sandidge of Lynch burg Va who used to be Miss Berda Martin is visiting Mrs Rob Cox and other friends here this Proctor came down from East Bernstadt to work for Mr JiA Landrum while the latter attending a meeting of the Masonic lodge Jim is a splendid operator- W S Cummins in remitting for his paper from Bucklin Kan says that the corn crops are fine but the wheat there would not be more than a half crop At present he is engaged in the carpenters trade but expects to go into the mercantile business in the near fu tureMrs Goo Kennedy of Beau mout Tex while on her way to Stanford was robbed at Louisville of her purse and gold watch which was in the purse She was sitting in the sleeper and just as the train was pulling out the thief reached in at the window grabbed the a purse and made his escape r 4 LOCAL Dont fail to attend the Brodhead fair The local will carry passengers to the Brodhead fair Remember the Brodhead FairI begins next Wednesday The Cranor Smith Lumber CoI are thinking of locating a stavemill near Brodhead Ii In this issue will be found the announcement of S N Davis a candidate for Superintendent o Schools of Rockcastle Sim as he is familiarly known is at present Surveyor of the county and for a number of years was recognized as one of the best teachers in the pub lie schools of the county If chosen to fill the office for which he asks he will unquestionably try to do his full duty We wish to call the attention of the readers of the SIGNAL to the announcement J B Cummins as a candidate for assessor to fill the unexpired time of J W Kirby deceased to be voted for at the November election 1904 Cummins has for several year- heen one of the successful teach esof our county and if elected b his party to fill the office to which he aspires will no doubt make a true and faithful officer r SRN- Y 1tl 1 MINOR F FISH Who was recently promote as e of the dispatchers at Livings Of the many young men who haw gone into the service uf the Railroad company front this coun ty none have made a more rapid progress than Minor The Brodhead Fair will he big a ger and better this year than ever Lefore Round trip to London IISa Aug 30th lima to Aug 3151 ac Robinsons Circus Rev J W Riddle will begin a protractedmeeting at Walnut Grove tomorrow Saturday Aug j i3th The L N will sell reduced tickets to Winchester on Sept and 20th instead of Sept iSth and 19th S Mrs Mary Waddle of the Level section a sister of Logan Hasty died Monday and was buried Tuesday Please read the label on your paper This means you if you are in arrears We cannot run with out money W G Nicely J H Dunn and Henry Wood have been appointed as commissioners to reapportionate the magisterial districts F ch Tuesday and Thursday during the month of August the L N will sell tickets to St Louis and return for 985 Supt G M Ballard has received notice from Supt of Public Instruction James H Fuqua Jr that he school pel capita for this year will be 295 W H Brannaman of near Wil die offers a 10 reward for the thief or thieves who visited and de stroyed so many of his watermel lons on last Sunday The protracted meeting which been in progress at the Christ an church for ten days conducted by Rev Boswell closed Tuesday night with sixteen additions Albert Isaacs had his examining trial Monday for the killing of Mart Hubbard two weeks ago last Sunday Judge Lewis held himI over under a 1000 bond which he readily gave THANKS Mr S M Boone Jr secretary of the Somerset Fair has our thanks for a complmentary to that splendid fair which will take place Aug 30th and 31st and Sept 1st and 2nd Robert Tyree aged 23 andI son of the late William Tyree was accidentally shot and killed at Pitts burg Monday morning by W C Webbs son The remains were taken to the TyreeJburying ground near Wabd post office for burial NOTICE Notie is hereby given that an application will be made at a call term Sept 5th 1904 of the Rock castle County Court to appoint commissioners to reapportion the magisterial districts of Rockcastle county GOOD OPPORTUNITY To buy at a bargain improved property including Storehouses alfvacant lots live enterprising town About 800 acres of fine farm lands lying in the edge of the Blue Grass region Reason for selling winding up estate Town is a famous health resort Write or call JANED BUCHANAN july22imo CiabOrchard Ky Mr Mathew L Gboch age 73 but with the appearance of a man of fewer ears was a pleasant call er at this office this week Two Pulaskst county located near thve father of ten children nine o whom are yet livi gThree of the boys made preachers n x IThe Standard Oil Company is a string of deeptest wells cross the Meadow cieek territory afWhiilew county The thirdwell is going down andthe tests which will have important bearings on the field are being watched with a great deal of interest Elmer Honk announces in thus issue as a candidate for Assessor of Rockcastle county subject to the action of the Republic an party He is a son of the late L M Honk and since the time he reached the age of maturity his on every O- Ccasion proven himself loyal to the party whose support he is now asking for The New Livingston Coal Cobe tan shipping coal last week This is a strong company and quite a lot of money was expended in getting ready the construction of the bridge across RockcaMle river be ing ovary expensive structure When in Livingston dont fail to go and see this bridge for it is quite curiosity The stockholders the new bank at Brodhead met Monday afternoon organized by electing J Thos Cherry President R S Martin 1st Vic President Dr P Benton 2nd VicePresident and James W Hutchison Cashier The directors are R H Hamm J H Dunn W Tate f C Frith Dr P Beef ton Dr W E Gravely R L Collier J Thos Cherry J W Hutchison R S Martin John Robins W J Proctor BJ Bethurum H Martin and J F Davis NOTICE Pursuant to an order ot the Rock castle County Court made at the July term 1904 directing me a Sheriff of Rockcastle County to cause a poll to be opened Breach of the voting precincts of said county for the purpose of electing an assessor to fill out the unexpired term of said office a vacancy having occurred on account of the death of John W Kirby Now in obedience to said order I as sheriff of said county will cause a poll to opened at each of the voting regl1jlarthe purpose of electing an assessor for said county This Aug 12 1904 H L TATS SRC LIVINGSTON W C Mullins is at La Follette Tenn this weekDislatcherWiU Wright and family are visiting relatives at Parksville Marshall Owens and wife of Maretburg and William Carpenter and wifeof Jackson county were the guests last week of Mrs Jai Taylor Mrs Chas Burnes and baby and Miss Stelia Minter of Paris visited Mr and Mrs William Burnes last weekMrs Becky Lucas and children are spending a week with Mrs Mart Hicks on Gauley branch Mrs Mollie Ritter and son Vir gil of Nashville fiend returned home last Sunday after an ed visit wit Mr and Mrs extcndI CarterMiss Mattie was Miss Bert Mullins guest r turned to Berea last weekMrs Maggie Martin will open up a first class restaurant in the Griffin build ing near the drugstoreMr and Mrs Ed Quinn are receiving con gratulations over the birth of a handsome little daughter Thurs day morning the nth lustMrs Sallie Jones and Miss Jones of Lexington are visiting Mrs Cha- sWesterfieldSam Magee was call edto Crab Orchard Thursday on accountof the death of his cousin Eph Payne of typhoid fever Mr and Mrs W H Fisher and Sam Magee will leave the 15th for French Lick Springs IndMrs Henry Browning and Walter are visiting relatives at Crab Orchard and Maywood Mr and Mrs Jack Smith are visiting relatives at Quail this county Mrs Josephine El more returnedto Stanford Friday accompanied by Misses Katie Lee and Josephine ElmoreMiss Car rie Baugh of Mershou XRoads was the guest of Mrs Henry Brown ing Tuesday and Wednesday Mrs Woodie Strippie is visiting relatives at SttiodMrs Ella Magee has returned home from Crab Orchard and is now very sickMiss Angie Poynter is visit i ng at Dave Preston s Ivery Dale ObioMrand Mrs Harrison Pit man of Skeggs creek visited Mrs Martha Ferguson Wednesday Born to Mrs John Shearer Sun afinfre turned home from Lebanon Sunday morning Mrs Mahala Cat v t sou was called to Mt Vernon Tues dap on account of the serious ill rIa id Mrs John Hilton of Baileys Switchvisited their daughter Mrs Alice McCollum at Rockfotd returning here Thursday Mrs J F Davis has been on the sick list this w kDrsCoQper and Chil dress report the typhoid fever pa tients improving The a is no danger of an epidemic of typhoid fever Misses Shelton and Miss Linvilletof Rowland are visiting Mrs CA Moore tJUAIL Miss Eva Brown has been visit ingjn Garrard Mrs Nathan Cress is slowly im proving in health- Candidatesseem to be quite thick for the counts offices A protracted meeting will begn at Providence next Sundn Road working has begun in this section and plenty of it to do Dr Smith and wife of Walnut Grove are io Tennessee for while Charlie Proctor wilt move backIfrom Somerset soon and Bee Lick Mrs Will Proctor of Lexington- is with the family of Geo Proctor a few BLornthis section of Rockcastle Irish potatoes are extra Miss Fannie Thompsonof Preachersville is visiting Miss Lillie McBee this week E A Herrin left Sunday for Tennessee to help put in another crusher for W J Sparks A large number of our people at tended the Show at Mt Vernon last Saturday and report it a failure- A G and J M Craig bought of W Owens a mule for 112 and various parties 35 oo lb hogs at 4 Mace Brown was down in Garrard last week to see his brother John M who still continues- in poor health Logan Hr sty has become quite a fox hunter Htt has two nice hounds and wants to buy a few more good ones Liny one having any to sell would do well to see him Two Mormon preachers Kelly an1 Metcalfe are holding a big meeting near Union school house They are holding in the grove and say they are going to continue as long as they can get the attention of the people We dont know how long this will be Dead Mrs Polly Ann Waddle sister of Logan Hasty died Sun day night of cancer Her husband passed away several years ago and she had been a sufferer for some time The remains were interred in the old John Hasty burying ground Monday evening after services conducted by the Rev Jas Cummins One son survives LEVEL GREEN sick in our neighborhood Ie be doing little toward re J N Brown besides his continual complaint is very much tormented from a rising on one fingerMrs Malina Goodpaster who has been confined for years with rheumatism remaines low Wm H Brown is also among the complainers this week Mrs Hen ry Catrori is reported better Our energetic doctor T J Price is kept usyMr Peter Waddle sister of Mr JL Hasty died Sunday nightWm H Price formerly of the firm of Price Bros this place will probably migrate to In diana soon Mrs A C Sowder and daughter Miss Mae returned Wednesday from an extended visit to the Ex position at St Louis and othe- Western points Mr Sowderac companied them out on part of th journey and returned about tw weeks agoMrs Jeptha French i expected to return form Ind Ter in a few dayr to spend the summer with her patents Mr and Mrs J N Brown Her husband will accompany her to St Louis whence he will go to Colorado where he foritheFairIlaterfarmers say that another good rain will make a great deal 6f corn Several nice mule colts calves and hogs for sale here but there set to be no demand for unything ex vereports it seems that Hunter failed to find much in the Eleventh Many of the 1 ARE YOU Ba1 ga11Z Vise i MIDSUMMER being right here wo will InaugurateaJULY and AUGUST Annual clearance sale Clothing SummerDress Goods SHOES of prICes to Tfrisis Snap We are overstocked in this line of goods and will give you splendid Bargains packs of goods be disposed of before the hot months are over in to make room for fall and winter arrivals also a line of A F Q Ginghams at 10 rts per yardIIHIie we invite you to come and inspect goods before you make purchase handle the celebrated Valk Over Shoes every gu r Ianteed to good or money refunded Laces and Embroideries Ladies something Bargain dealers in GENERAL MERCHANDISE handle everything for the Country folks will do well to let us handle produce and enjoy th- arthains received in return Nothing Shoddy goods that doesnt give satisfaction either Exchanged or Money Refunded Yours for the jr HOUK ADAMS f Phone No 7o MT VERNON Y Worlds Fair Short Line SOUTHERN RY ShOJ test Fastest and Best to Worlds Fair Look at the Schedules Lve Lexington daily 610 a m Louisville 900 a m Arrive St LouisFS6 pm Solid train of Pullman sleepers standard dining car and vestibuled through from Lexington to St Louis without change Lye Lexington 530 p m Louisville 1015 P m Arrives St Louis 732 a m Solid train of Pullra sleepers and Free Reclining Chair Cars through from Lexington to St Louis charge ROUND TRIP EXCURSION BATES FROM LEX INGTON 1665Good returning until De 15 1904 1385 Good returning 60 days 1240 Good returning 15 days Tickets will be on sale at above rates 8joCoach excersion tickets on sale every Tuesday and Thursday in August and September good turning seven days T W CREWS T P A 89 Main St Lexington- C H HUNGERFORD D P A 234 Fourth ave Louisville Ky G Bv ALLENAGP A St Louis lAyers Feed your hair nourish it give it something to live on andrwill grow heavy onlyeHair Vigorha- irfood you can buy For 60 it has been just what claim it will do It will not disappoint you Mr bale utnle eery abort after mine HalrVIr r abort time It gmaauduutr fiurtern lung This Seenij a ipletidMTmiilt tome after being almntwlthmuxnibalr MI lIlJuft Spring solo hMatntlkJF1y1SR M Sh6rHair1 democrats seem as jubilant hiss defeat rs his republican opponent Born to Mr and Mrs Wm Ham another girlFrom the of heading and by here it seems that w II have a few enterprising citizens Our stock is the nicest lot men and boys ever shown in Mt Vernon low throughout from 2 00 11 oo Ithe of the Season these must order nice these your WE pair be long over we can show mi the nicest line in this department of our big stock nice and cheap tooa As we trade their IIbuyAll trade K f coaches daily without cember daily K years doing we amount hauled Suits Go To Ghas G Davis Drugstore f FOR Li Drugs Chemicals Patents ann Oils n 0 ALSOh1 I Complete Line of PhacmacEiitlcals AND Toilet Articles Gallore Lw PHONE 64Day or Night f CHAS C DAVI S Pharmacist If MT VERNON KY WILLIS GRIFFINPractical Uncl rtker and FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Ky Stock Complete FINE HEAKSE Attachedfurnish Metalic Caskets and hove Embalming done on short notice Come and see me anything I have not got can get for yon on Cs rain that leave the city OR tiERS by wire Promptly Filled Phone No 63 iii The World MlKr ows The Louisville Henderson and St Louts Railway the always popular Henderson Route is the Worlds Fair Line If you have a trip in view to Evansville St Louis or to any point in the Vest or Southwest ASK US FOR RATES Us Fit a If reduced in effect on account of special occasions Home Seekers or Colonists Excursions we them WOMACK G L GARRETT City Passenger Agent Traveling gI L J AgentLouisville VORMS WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGEr BestiaQnalltr For Yea s Nis li lr tIRIldiIS And Ask tnere are rates have EM PHS Agt 20 3PFRY 1 QII eoxa X azz S7RVCarCtlrxtsTiti- Pre bJ JAMES F BALLARD St Louis Sold byCHASC DAVIS Mt Vernon Ky I hd QUESTIONS ANI ANSWERS I ToJ M Ciaig How many ur s are thee n a square tract of i laud comiiniug as many acres as there are boards in the fenceinclos ing it if fIe hoards are ri feet long and fence in four boards highth2 To J M Craig A farmer anticipating a very cold night places a tub of water ui his cellar where his vegetables are Why 3 To P H Shutts Why an grapes he raised East of Lake Mich igan wb e they will not grow West of that Like in the same latitude 4 To P H Shutts Therd ate two numbers The square of the first plus the second equals 316 and Itbesquare of the second plus the firs equals 746 Find the two numbers 5 To W AR Davis Which It is warmer in summer Louisiana c Dakota Why 6 To W A B Davis Ifu article which I have just sild Yaf cost me 20 per cent less my profit iwould have been 30 per cent reat ereWhat per cent have I made J J PING IIANSFOItDM Mrs Graves who has been sick is some better Is1rone day last week Mr Brady was over last week re pairing the telephone line Mr W G Niceley was in Mr Vernon Monday on bnsfaess Miss Lula Graves is home fr m an extended stay in Livingston Mr Valentine Niceley spent the night wih Mr W G Niceley Ui ist weekLIJ Mr E Bullock one of the suc r cessful drummers of the county spent Sunday at home Mrs Sowder and little dau Fannie spent Sunday with hterII Cress Mrs Sowders mother Mr Richard Niceley of Indiana polis Ind arrived this morning to visit his children and friends Quite a number ofour people at tended the show Saturday at Mt Vernon and all the children were disappointed because they did notI igetto see the elephant END OK BITTER FIGHT Two plrysicians had a long and stubborn fight with an abcess on my right lung writes J F Hughes of DuPont Ga and gave me up Everybody thought my time had come As a last resort I tried Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption The benefit I received was striking and I was on my feet in a few days Now Ive entirety regained ray health It conquers all Coughs Colds and Throat and Lung troubles Guaranteed by all druggists Price SOC and roo Trial bottles free Its mighty foolish to get so anx ills about saving the whole world that yon havent time to dd a thing for your own ward- ASUMMERCOLD A summer cold is not only annoying but if not relieved Pneu monia will be the probable result by Fall One Minute Cough Cure clears the phlegm draws out the in fkmation heals soothes aud strengthens the lungs and bron CougbCuredren It is pleasant to the taste and perfectly harmless A certain cure Croup Coughs and Colds Sold by Mt Vernon Drug Co Brig CuWjnF Spur iu of Jhe United States army retired died suddenly of apoplexy Monday vhile on a visit to his old home at Carlisle Ky The remains will be taken to West Point N Y for burial With Local Applications aa they cannot reach the setot the disease Catarrh ii a blood or constitutional disease and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies Hulls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous sur fees Halls Catarrh Cure not a quack fzuedicitiebest physicians in thi3 country lot years and is a regular prescription It is composed of the best tonics known combined with the best blood purifiers acting directly on tilt mucous surfaces The perfect combina thin of the two ingredients is what produ- ctS such wonderful results in curing Catarrh Send for testiiuunialir free FJT CHANEY CO Props Toledo O Sold by diuggistfl price 75c Hulls Family Pills are the best THE DEATH PENALTY Alitsle thing sometimes results in death Thus a mere scratch insignificant cuts or puny boils have paid the death penalty It is wise to have Biickjens Arnica Salve ever handy Its the bent Salve on earth and will fataliiy when Burns Sores Ulcers and Piles threaten Only 250 at druggists 0pg I KENTUCKYS GREATEST SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVEN TIGN 1000 DELEGATES EXPECTED The 3oth annual convention of e Kentucky Sunday School As- sodation meets at Henderson Aiig 24 25 and 26 Fully iqoo delegates arc expected A few Sunday School specialists always at tend these Sate conventions but- shi will be the first time in its his tory that as many as seven have at tendedIMr Marion Lawrauce International General Secretary and the recognized leader of the Sunday school forces of the world will be present and take a prominent part in the program Mr M A Hudson of Syracuse IlN Y tIle author of the Baraca Class will take charge of the meeting for men Mr Hudson has a national reputation as a leader in the important work of winning the men to the Sunday school Every Bible class in tbe State should send a delegate Mr 14P Leavell of Jackson iss Sunday School Secretary of the Baptist church a young man but a recognized leader in the Sunday school work an interesting ani inspiring speaker will be there also Rev Geo 0 Bachman form er General Secretary of Tennessee cne of the best informed men and one of the strongest speakers in our ranks Mr E A Fox Rev T C Ge bauer and Miss Nannie Lee Fray sere all recognized specialists will takeeavell and Mr Fox have just returned from Jerusalem and the Worlds Fourth and greatest Sunday School Convention and will give an account of this noted cruise A richer feast has never been spread for the Sunday School workers of Kentucky Every Sunday School in the State is entitled to representation The railroads give reduced rates and all accredited delegates will be entertained free- Henderson is halfway between Louisville and St Louis and stopover privileges will be allowed for those who want to attend both the Convention and the St Louis Exposition For program and full particulars address EA Fox 19 Louisville Trust Building Louisville Kyf KENTUCKY FAIR DATES The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1904 as faras reported Brodhead Aug 17 18 19 Shepherdsville Aug 234 days Shelbyville Aug 234 days Springfield Aug 244 days Somerset Aug 304 days Nicholasville Aug 303 days Florence Aug 3r4 days Glasgow Aug 314 days Elizabethtown Sept 64 days Hartford Sept 214 days London Aug 243 days Barbourville Aug 313 days The cruel are always cowardly Humility is never seen in the mirror People who calculate on an eleventh hout repentance always die at 1030 ExcessOf Smoking Affected My Heart So I Had To Sit Up To Breathe Dr Miles Heart Cure Cured Me dcleteriousthan the excessive use of tobacco Pailnd tenderness around the heart an oppressive thethroside and smothering spells at night when the sufferer has to lit up in bed to breathe are heartSmokersdo not understand their meaning should be warned in time by the following experience I was greatly troubled with an affection smokiniOnto begin a course of treatment which in SliletNervne r thedirectiol1s Befllrewas so nenous could not keep my handsI painsaroundwould be forced to assume a sitting posluftlto get my breath and for the time being it sbeatingDiMilesother remedies to all sufferers from heart or nervous troubles Yours truly ELIJAH HALL Dothan Ala All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tIe Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book AddressDr f f 371 t j THE SPIRIT HIP 00Itti- ngSi on the vyestern porchut a rtI1fiOU5tq11aiut and old- gazeafar at the sunset west sIt purple red and gold There a fleecy cloud all gold and gray sailed proudly in the sky As if twere some spirit ship bearing souls on high lAnd as I gazed I wondered whose souls were passing away Souls of the weary and aged or Wvsre they the young and gay O souls of innocent babies or heroes brave and bold That sailed away at even in that ship of pufpleand gold And as I watched her sailing so proudly in the sky Methought I coud see her enter the Heavenly Port on high And as they entered the City whose streets are pav d with gold I could hear the voice of the Master welcom them into the fold could picture His smile so gentle as he said in accents even Let the little ones come unto me forof such is the Kingdom of Heaven And to the souls of the agednvho had ervedihim on land and sea hAs you did unto these my brethren you did it unto me Enter ye into the mansion prepared for you of old And receive Irom the ministering angel your crown and harp of gold Ami to those who their lives had given and died to set men tree Greater love than this hath no man be said Enter ve in with me- ndi as the cloudship vanished in vapor in the sky It seemed I could lieu them singing in that glorious land on high Glory glory glory to the Lnmb that liyes but was slain Glory to God the Rather Glory forever Amen MolHe M Parker Jnne 17 1904 TURNPIKES In order that Mt Vernon ma h shavethat the comers and goers can with some degree pf comfort aud ds afafetytown it has been suggested by some of our citizens who stop and look into the future and see that in order for our town to accomplish what it could and would if the conditions of our roads were only different have suggested as it seems impossible to get the whole thhethose along the route who feel so disposed make upa subscription of onetenth of what it would cost to build a pike from Mt Vernon to what is known as the Purcell bill a distance of about four or four and onehalfmiles When the citi ens have snbscribed the one tenth that it would take to build the road then the Fiscal court is compelled to appropriate the balance By building a pike from Mt Vernon to top of the Purcell hill then we would have a splendid road alt the way into Brodhead and other p teointscounty It has become evident t whatments in our roads it must be done in piecemeals and in the manner suggested above To iiD thisore laid leaving the old road all t Liogethergrade all the way it would cost something like 1200 per mile anDfor the Jour miles the cost be about 5000 In order to get this ail that is necessary is for the citizens of Mt Vernon to make up something Jikesoo The new route as proposed starts at the railroad crossing near depot out main road and down the street by Whiteheads mill up the new road across the tunnel and down the valley to Gus Staversous Leaving that point going around the hill to the top of the Purcell hill which gives a splendid grade all the way Business men professional men men of all classes what will you do Will you stay dormant or will you come to the front Business men if you want people to come and trade with you offer them some encouragement pro fessional men if you want the patronage of people lend some ducement We are living in a day of activity and push and if we want to stay in the push we have to push more than we have been push ing It has truthfully been said That every man is the architect of his own fortune and so it is with a town it is just what its citizens makes it There are many betterI things in store for old Mt Vernon and why is it Our citizens will nc its unite their efforts to get some of themj Inactivity has been the great drawback to the town Jo these many years The law appli cable is as follows ElACTJO 1894DSec 1887 Kentucky Statute Aid to District to Build RoadS That should any magisterial dis tlict or districts desire to unite in building a turnpike it shall be mandatory on the part of the fiscal fTheedistrictonetenth of the cost of RAndProaidedfuriier jug in this act shall be construed to prevent the fiscal court from build ng a turnpike exclusive ofsaim subscription if u desires to do so tt f LAND STOCK AND CROP ESTRAYA pale red heifer with ort horns left my place about two months ago Was expected t have a calf in about three week terhe left A liberal reward fo her return or information as to her whereabouts MRS MARTHA PEAS jul 293t Pine Hill Ky NOTICE All who owe me for colt seasons will please be prepared to settle with me at Conway Sept 2ndi e afternoon Hiatts store Sept 3 in the afternoon Yours trulyCM H Wheat made another sensational advance Monday September ad vancing from 9734 cents to 101 Josh Dunn of Brodhead has a S jennett with twin jennet colts Last year she brought him two jack colts IDRwITr IS THE NAME Wheu you go to buy Witch Hazel Salve look for the name DEW l rT on every boxl The pure unadul Ihichm f IaWitts Witch Hazel Salve due o itsjinany cures has caused num erous worthless counterfeits to be placed on the market The genuine bears the name EG DEWitt Co C Sold by Mt Vernon rug Co WHATlS INSIDE OF TIlE WORLDS FAIR AND HOW TO SEE IT AT THEILEAST EXPENSE The Henderson Route has gotten up and is now offering for free distribution a very complete and valuable booklet descriptive of what is inside and what is outside of the Worlds Fair and how to see it at the least expense The booklet contains informa lion of such value that all prospective visitors to St Louis should have a copy How to reach the Fair Grounds upon arrival in St Louis how to get around the grounds to the best advantage the most economical plan for touring the Exposition things importance to see in St Louis together with many other aluable pointers regarding a trip f this nature are only some of the any points covered in this com plete booklet Hissomething you should have before planning your Worlds Fair trip and can be obtained by address ing Mr L J Irwin General Pas eug r Agent Hendeison Route Louisville Ky- R4iTESLOW TO COLORADO AND UTAH RESORTS Best reached via the Missouri Pacific Railway From St Louis Pueblo Colorado Springs an- denve25 00 Glenwood Springs1pr 3700 Salt Lake City round trip Correspondingly low rates from all points Tickets 011J sale daily until Sept 30 return limit Oct 31 1804 Liberal stopovers with diverse routes Three fast trains daily from St Louis- eleganteqnipment For descrip ve literature particulars etcI AgentsoraddressfR worth ce J tc LAsto Rj Awgetable PreparaUonforAs similating UieFoodandRegula 1 ness andnc tColtails neither OpiumMbt prune norMiueral TOT NARCOTIC a Q1JUJrSAMllELPlTCIED Ianplun Seat 4IxJsnia 1wAdl Cdi AdJIai4ed ira onsUpfionWorms Convulsions feverIsh- ness andLoss OF SLEEP FacStJnilc Signature of 2 NEW YOttK Atb monhlvs 61 Dosisi WRAPPER I1IL GASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the I Signature of 1- 1Use i Fw Over I Try Years CASTORIA em THE BjfflK OF jftT VERNON MT VERNON KY OPENED igoo- APITAL STOCK 15000 CC WILLIAMS PRES JAS T ADAMS VICEPRES- W L RICHARDS CASHIER A B FURNISH ASST CASH DIRECTORSC C William Geo Livesay A T Fish H Martin Rod Perry J E Houk We solicit accounts of firm and 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