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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f Establishe 1887 T Y VOLUME XVII MT VERNON COUNTY KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 9 1904 NUMBER fn G S GRIFFIN Vhose announcement as a candidate for Sheriff of Rockcastle county appears in this issue Mr Griffin wa juler of this county for eight ears and made one of the best officers the county has ever had Three year he was a candidate for sheriff but was defeated by the present incumbent H L Tate ha small majority Whether victorious or defeated he hasalways beena hard worker for his partvs cause If eecied his deputies will be D G Clark and Tom Nicely the former who is now riding under Mr Tate and the latter who worked with Mr Catron BKODH EADIMr Per Hiatt continues ina very serious condition The Rev Sawyer it mixing and mingling with friends again Mrs Jim Moore and ton Frank left Tuesday for the Worlds Fair Misses Sussie nd Lida HiJai are visiting relatives at Junction City Charlie Hurt is holding down the wires at Lily this week and Joe Blainat Woodbine Gaptr and Mrs lfC Smit1ihlrIi and Mrs Cranor havetaken rooms at the Frith Hotel I Messrs Frank Barnett and JoeI Holman of Stanford called n some of our pretty girls Sunday purCellnccompaniedllby land 0 is visiting homefolks i the country Mr Manly C Albright attended F allsoThe sick in town are all better except Fred Sowder and Mrs W A Tyree the former having a ve bad case of typhoid fever Mr and Mrs Geo E Painter MesIdamesand Ellen Mahaffey are attending the Baptist Association at Livings ton tbisveek The time come that we re about in the Bible that the de would be loose for a short season He is now in the Eleventh Con greJsional District of rob sUffrage1Hden Must Go At I COST M r 1tltIft iftn 11 ago has h 0 N Vf A Y ICJones is on the sick list IFrank Pulliiis of Garrard was IIhere last ek Millard Lutes of Cass Mo is vi hill relatives here Hanev Clfnault has his large cruk barnbout completed Rod working is on now and the Lo sfiic fixing them up right Subscribe for the Signal its one of the best a ers on the map Quite acrowd fromjiere attended Robinsons circus at Richmond last week J J Wood S Hayes are ilecity this week buying f l1and winter goods Pal Kidwell of Copper creek bought 30 acres land from Henry Berry here for 15000 Chenault of Richmond was IIKit week and bought a fe crops wheat for i per hu J T Haudwho has the finest melon patch in the county is kept very busy waiting on his customers Miss Aha S Ren of FJsmore Kans who has been visiting 11aunt Mrs John Guinn herI last weekISquirrels are plentiful and are destroying lots of corn but on acj count of the game law we have to let them help themselves U S Berry who has been visi iug relatives in Georgia returned home Sunday accompanied by his BerryIA successful kick against award lag a prize to incubator twins was made at the As btrj Park baby show The crowd believed in patronizing home industry 0 ULAN DO Joe Wood of Vildie wns here Sunday John l derson was in Pine lilt last week Robert Chiidress was in Living un Saturday Mrs Noah Mason still continues to he very lkIHenry Smith visied honiefolks at Wildie Snndiy Wm is numbered with th sick this wtek Or M IVnniiiglcin of Mt Wri iHiii was hrri oiidn strIicMr Jell ins traveling salesman wis with our merchants Monday Quite a number from this place attended the picnic at Johnetta Monday There is a great deal of sickness isJMiss Hie PlOclorof Wildie is fie guest of her sister Mrs J ArWood this week Mr and Mrs Towery of Wildie were the of Mr and Mrs A Wood SundayJMr Summers special L N at ent was here flafterMessrs G M Ballard Lee Tate and Dick Miller were over from Mi Vernon Sunday Mr E R Gentry of Brodhead was the guest of G W Childress Saturday and Sunday Messrs James McHargue and J W Morris are rushing in the chestnut wood this week Mr and Mrs J S Langford of WiTdie were the guests of J C andIMeRsrsljPs and G W Evans and Thos H Pickles latter editor of The Richmond Register weie down from Richmond Saturday and Sunday visiting OC Evan s A POWER FOR GOOD The pills that are potent in their action and pleasant in effect are DeWitts Little Early Risers W S Phtlpot of Albany Ga say During a billions attack I took Due Small as it was it did me more good than calomel blue mass aiidwat the same time the effect was pleas cerjVernon Drug Company tThe Third regiment Kentucky LouisItheir camp on the fair grounds iu a drizzling rain Each of the nine companies had its full complement iof officers and privates PEEtI find Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets more beneficial usediforKlote of Edina Mo For any disorder of the stomach biliousness- oicCnstipation these Tablets are without a peer Igor sale by Chap C Davis MUST GO AT COST I i Must Go A COST I d FOR BARGAINS IN SUMMER 3 0 Suitings White Goodst Fr Io jv Skirt Waists Slippers and Straw Hats Jrn fact any article that is not worn in winter t i season that we now have on handsr j CSSr Will goof cost c ji yoursfelfWe S 4 yCiHOCKER COIX- ICIbRE I FADEDlfi1i I i LIVINGSTON KY PRINT SHOWS THROUGH f LAND STOCK AND CROP STAVED A rnilch cow a red ninley cnw with mall white spot in loreiieul vlnti belly Has Suittll btll on A liberal rewarrl for her icMiiii nr iJtlurll Hid o her ulu leihonls JACK HANSEL jept 2 Jint Itill Ky W S Tuttle bojujhi ul inmn Weil 25 tfeding catdweiht r3ihat j ctSR grr annon loughi ul W R Tattle 18 fffding cattle veighing o Ibat t 13 MS llrItockIto R B Hutchcrafland others 250 hear Rfsheep at 350 per head Pans Kentuckian Tle bigstrike has demoralized andIhave peen in no hurry to sell at prevailing prices lint all the cattle that would have been sold are still on hand and will eventually he forces on the market at what the trust may choose topay for them The outlook is not good for the holders of cattle Ex yoThelater rains would cause the ears to a little better at the ends and would help late corn still the bulk of the crop is made and in this sec tion is a record breaker The acre age is larger than usual as some wheat was plowed up last spring We have heard ofno sales so far but unless the drought in the corn belt north of the Ohio river and the excess of rain in some parts of the West should have a tendency to keep up prices corn will not be high here this fall J Simms Wilson bought of L Ac Soper of Little Rock 11000 bu of bluegrass seed at 4z cts per bus F M Lockiidge sold on Thurs day 13 head of i2colb feeders to betakenfromlOotf ber oats to ioth at 4 cts perpouudplitsa pre mitini of per headO H Downey of Wellington Menefee county soldon Wednesday 72 head of hogs average toilbs at 5C It was an extra good lot He also sold to Bert ORear five sows and pigs at the same pricelIt Sterling Advocate A St Louis special says It i pretty generally known that KenI tuckys exhibit of tobacco elicits as touch favorable comment as any thing at the fair This is not surI prising to those who are reesponsi ble for the display although thci hardly hoped for the wdespread at lention which has been accorded it While having for its main object the exploiting of Kentuckys great est commercial product it is also a lesson in tobaccoculture and inanu facture Recently representatives havRs olay France and Ireland have long been buyers of certain kinds of Kentucky tobacco but it is con fidently believed that the fact of their having through this exhibit been made acquainted with other useful typts of which they were previously ignorant will result in more of their supply being purchased from Kentucky and less from StatestWell We Guess NotBorn to H N Shaw and wife a ipound baby He has not plowed very much corn since Fredericksdale Cor Caldwell 0 RepJour THE STOMACH IS THE MAN A weak stomach weakens the man because it cannot transfor the food be eats into nourishment Health and strength cannot be r stored to any sick man or we woman without first restoring health and strength to to stomach A weak stomach cannot digest enough food to feed the tissues and revive the tired and rue down lambs and orgas of the body K clol Dyspepsia Cure digests what yon eIt cleanses and strengthe ns the glands and membranes oft stomach and cures indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles Sold by Mt Vernon Drug Company An Indiana farmer rented a wireless telegraphy outfit fort a in Chicago L Now hes wadless j Published Every Friday ROCKCASTLE ExI 1iFlour Meal Corn Shipstuff Oats and all kinds Field Seed arid Ryem SCAN GIVE YOU Stanford Flour Richmond Flour Gold Medal and Diadem Flour guarantee quality and prices anybodysbuying from us you are not getting the benefit of some good things we have in store for our customers SEND IN YOUR ORDERS Ve delher n1 goods aly HJl II Station As soon as we can build room to carry Groceries we will then lie prepare l to supply ur wants in groceries as well Cash paid for produce Tours for business MtJ MILLERCO MT VERNON KY CRAB ORCIIAnDI Dr Edmiston and wife are conntI isitI Miss Lizzie Carson is visiting friends at Ottawa Rockcastle coun grIyMisses Ernie Menefee and BerthaI Beldon visited Miss Alice Sunday lastIMrs M Clara Menefee visited at Mr Spangers on September 2nd Mrs Emma Payne is still carrying onthe grocerywhns tneysth tlJr he IMrsvisit to Casey county She came home badly afflicted witha car boucle on her hand Mrs Geo Spangler and daughter Miss Roxie Mrs J C McWhorter toosk dinner with Mrs Patten on Tuesday last Our school is progressing nicely conducted by C Ware of Pulaski conIsidrirgl districtTwo in town on the 2nd Inst one a widow Dishon an aged lady who was paralyzed and iy edS only a few days the other was Miss Winnie Condor whojiad been sickwith a complication of diseases ejwas and Mrs P M Condor who are almost heartbroken Her two brothers M Mand George were away from home with the Crab Orchard Band which was playing at the Somerset Fair They were called by telephone but did gt herein time to see their ter alive May God help the grief stricken family to bear this great sorrow 4 ABovs WILD RIDE FOR LIFE With family around expecting him to die and a son riding fur lifer 18 miles to get Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds W H Brown of Lees ville Ind endured deaths agonies wonderm ul medicine gave instant and writeserigaht Like marvelous cures of cqnsump tion pneumonia bronchitis coughs colds and grip prove its matchless merit for all throat and lung troubles Guaranteed bottles freeoat all druggists ofhethe increasen of 67ii9i6for the month of August The monthly comparative statement of Government receipts and expenditures shows deficit of 63432 2 for august the total de licit for rise first two months of the fiscal year beginning 23750941 L r REPORT OF THE SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION AT SAND HILL IHIIDe Sundayschool picnic held lat at Sand Hill on last Sabbath was a and success There were large from Livingston Pine Hill and many other parts of the county tThe program arrange was carried out niceely After de notional exercises we were adjourn ed for dinner The crowd was es timated at about 350 people but there was plenty on the board for Ijt eroneseeinedittianL and happy and as our worthy ty Supt J R Stucky expressed HowevIiwell as eating We were called to order hy sing ing Next we enjoyed a short hut impressive talk from Bro H Edwards Snpt of Sundayschool at this place Next comes our worthy friend Mr Sullivan from Pine Hill not the great prize fight er Sullivan but a man having his oflIIgives a very short but impressive talk Next Bro Walton Prof Baldwin and others talk of S Last but not least we enjoyed a talk from our county secretary Mrs Houston McFerron who has ust returned from the State Con irvention she had many interesting things to tell After a rose thanks was given for the bo ties we received we were adjourned feeling greatly benefited and that love worketh no evil b fulfilling of the law Let us all notpray for more workers for T Harvest is Ripe and the Labor are Few WHATS IN A NAME Everything is in the name wbe ft comes to Witch Hazel Salve E C DeWitt Co of Chicago discovered some years ago how to make a salve from witch hazel that is a specific for Piles For blind bleeding itching and protruding Piles exczeina cuts burns bruises and all skin diseases DeWitts Salve has no equal This has given Irise to numerous worthless counterfeits Ask for DeWittV thegen uine Sold by the Mt Vernon Drug Company Mr Dooley says A Thrust may show a momentary fondness for a Dinimycrat but raymim hertt a Thrust is a Ray publican at He wasbrought up on it CAUSE OF INSOMNIA Indigestion nearly always dis hubs the sleep more or less and is aften the cause of insomnia Many cases have been permanently cured hy Chamberlainfs Stomach and Liver Tablets FJrsale byChlS C Davis 4 PROGRAM The Teachers Association of the Third Magisterial district will meet Blue Springs near Han fotd fourth Saturday in September be ginning at to a nr Devotional Exorcises Melvin Val lin choirdWelcome address by Miss MaUl McFerron teacher Response by John Meadows Patriotic address Lee R Samms Best method of teaching fraction JV UOncB3f JamKMcEerrafP n1and Miss Mattie Dyer School discipline by all members of the Association nooni choir Recitation by Miss Rachel Hibbarr Select reading by Miss Bessie Rev GInolds Essay by Mrs Fishbnck Subject Value of the study of Psychology to the teacher Paper by Mrs R C Wade Difference in teaching and keeping school by Mrs Georgia McClur Misses Mary Williams Georgia McFerron Emma Pennington and tub Dyer Oration G A French flyerSeducational qualification suffrage GeorgeChildress DB Chandler J W Kincer Affirmative W H Owens Jjno McFerron Jno Meadows Negative Vicepresl CHAMBERLAINS COUGH utREMEDY AIDS NATURE areheChamberensRemedy acts on this plan It allays the cough relieves the lungs aids expectoration opens rithe secretions and aids nature in restoring the system to a healthy condition It is famous for its cures over a large part of the civil ized world Thousands have testi fied to its superior excellence It counteracts any tendency ofa cold to result in pneumonia For sale by Chas C Davis dcgdaysreport for publication but do not exceed the usual limit of exaggera tion Only 7 feet is allowed for a blacksnake and 34 inches for a copper head snake without the authors affidavit Littleton W Va Enterprise CHAMBERLAINS COUGH REMEDY This is a medicine of great worth and merit Try it when you have a cough or cold and 3011 are certain to be pleased with the quick relief which it affords It is pleasant to take and can always be depended upon For sale by Cha C Davis vit r MT VERNON SIGNAL FKIDAY SEPT 9 1904I Published every EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR J ioo Wverliuns tales made known application DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President JUDGE ALTOX BROOKS PARKER Of New Vice YorkIlION iOfFor Judge Fifth Appellate District JUDGE JAMES E CANTRILL of Georgetown lION 10 GIMIKKT- Of ShelbvvlIlB a Ji bi fir mr inihi rhKiirhilt ilNiriot o 111 nu 4If Siihjnt t6 tin arliiii of lellI1piny FOR JUDGE We are authorized to announce L w BETH RUM as a candidate for Judge of Roekcastle Conn ty subject to the action of the Republican party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce It JOHNSON of RoekOostle Counas a candidate for Jailer ty subject to the action of the Republican parly We all authorized to announce a w m KIU ClInltyWe are authorized to announce L L IARRETT asa candidate for Jailer of RockcastlOotin tytubject to the action of the Rejmbicau JMfly rr are iiilhorixed to announce CII VULEY CARl ICAL as a candidate fur Jailer of Roekenstle olin ty subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce C CUMMINS Asa candidate for Jailer of this comity Fuli j ot to the aetion of the Republican puny We are authorize to announce W W CLARK as a candidate for Jailer of this count subject to the action of the Repub lican party FOR SUPERINTENDENT ftf We ue authorizedi announce d 01 BALTtD as a candidate for reeliytion as Superin tendent of Rockcnstle subjactio the action r cfthe republican party We are authorized to announce- S DAVIS as a candidate for Superintendent of Rock cJstle subject to the action of the repub lican party FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce- R L McFERRON as a candidate for Sheriff of Rockcas tla county subjccut to the action of the Republican party primary Nov 19th We are authorized to announce G S GRIFFIN ns a candidate for Sheriff of Rockcaa tie oounty subject to the action of th3 republican party Primary Nov 19 FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce J CUMMINS a caudidnle for Assessor of Rookcastle county to fill the unexjiirtd time of J W Kirby deceased to be voted for at the Nov ember election subject to the action of the Republican party hereby announce myself as a candidate for the KepiiMican nomination for the office of As e62rcirckcaste County subject to the Republican primary which J to Iominating1bI1ical lion I have always been a consistent Republi can and have always been loyal to its notni promiseharge the duties of the office If the party yivs this honor to some other good bringboutbit feel that my services to the party titles me to this recognition Very truly JOE WOOD We are authorized to announce T S BRANAMAN As a candidate for Assessor long term of this county subject to the ac tion of the Republican party hereby announce myselt as a candidate for Assessor to fill the vacancy caused by subjecttolint making the race in tuy interest but instim interest of my mother and her children If am nominated and elected will reedy nothingbnt such expense as will f put to making the assesment lOll balance will be turned over to the I will not ht rundiuute for the familyp ask this because I feel that the family entitled to the balance of theterm Your friend II KIRIIYc We arc authorized to announce S B RAMSEY with Jack Abney as deputy as a can didate for Assessor short term subject to the action of the Republican party Primary Oct 8 We are authorized to announce K J McKINNEY as a candidate for Assessor of this county long termt subjecttolne ac tion of the Republican party PEl mary November 19 c COILNT1 COURT CLERK We are authorized to Jnnolllce HI4TAfE as a candidate fo County Court Clerk of Bockccstlc subject to the action ot the republican party FOR MAGISTRATE We are authorized to announce WM McQUI NIdiS1ttictRepublicans admit that they need the next House to help them carry out their plans They claim that if it should happen to become Democratic of which there is a very fair prospect the Senate would bend off any un Republican legisla tioc it might inaugurate On the other hand if the House is Democratic it will be in a position to head off any unDemocratic legisla lion coming from the Senate It is poor rule which will iot work both ways Tilt touble is the Republicans want the whole hog all the timechairmanship of all the important committees and all the ClerkshipsIMany Democrats are waiting for Judge Parkers forthcoming letter ofacceptance They hope it wilt be clear and bold and to the point Congressman Livingston of Geor gia says the people of this country want a man who will maintain the law and preserve the constitutional government He would back ihe solid South with New upI IUIdianaVermont and Maine he says he doesnt care THE Republican State Central Committee after hearing state ments from both sides yesterday held that Dr W Godfrey Hunters certificate as the nominee forCon tess is illegal because proxies were voted at the meeting and directed the Eleventh District Committee to meet at Somerset September 21 to recanvass the returns of the pri mary The decision was a victory for D C EdwardsJustlet them keep on fighting the longer the better Hon George Stone the long sycamore from Casey is the proper man for the place any wayIIt is known that there are over 5000 Democratic newspapers in this country which are supporting Judge Parker for the Presidency SCRAPSS 0 JET Hungry rats licked the glue of some sandpaper in London Bet it was rough on rats London woman has invented tis sue paper underwear Perhsps it is to be worn with peekaboo shirt waistsAt any rate the meteorite that plunged through a Padticah Ky lumber pile found good country board A Windy City man answers his wifes divorce suit be declaring she never tried to reform him But then womans work is never done George Meredith whose novels deal with English high life lives simply He built himself house not long ago It was charming but very small A young woman with a letter of introduction visited Mr Meredith as his home was being completed With some pride he showed her over the building but she a little disappointed said In your books you describe huge castles andspa cious baronial halls but when you come to build you put up a little bit ofa house like this Whys itIt is because replied the poet words are cheaper than stones One on Rostand Edmond Ros tandtthe well known dramatip author was the other day the hero of a little episode which might fur nish him with the material for aI cene in a future play During a visit to a friend in the country M Rostand was requested to accom an him to the Maire in order toI register the friends newborn fant The adjunct of the Maire a conscientious little man booked the infant and then turned to Mr Rostand as tlv first witness Your name sir Edmond Restand Your vocation Man of letters and member of the French Academy Very well replied the official you have to sign your name Can you write If notmake a cross The witness though deeply im pressed by the solemnity of the ceremony broke out into a oar ot laughter in which the father joined much to the scandal of the Maires adjunct who to this hour fails to see the joke of suggesting to a member of the French Academy the alternative ofmak IClThclaims that the plain people are supporting the Government heart jly and that on every hand astic volunteers pour in enlhnsil is not true A friend of Moscow wrote me the other day of a joke that is being quietly circulated and this joke shows pretty clearly the different views that theS Government and the common pie take of the war Two men according to the story were out walking when they saw a crowd jostling and shoving whit from within the crowd came iiul sobs cries of pain oaths and blows It What on earth is the matter said the first man inIment officer forcing a peasant to turn volunteer tt Dey aint no man dats shot er heaven but one thing he kin count on Wichever place he gits ter hell stay darIj ruther patch my own britches in peace dan ter tronhetI meIon en us feet tech de stahsJob wuz de like many a human ter dis day Long ez he wuz po en flicted he hollered mightily Lilt I recken wen lie hit Prosperity he spruced up en said Didnt I tell yon so Humin natur is de same in all times We sins en den we saddles it on some one else des lak David He tol de Lewd he IfS couldnt help ii dat he wuz bon soSonie folks is so fond er takin dey ease dat I recken wen de day er Judg mint conies cleyll rise up en rub dey eyes en tell Kennel Gabrul What in de worl did yo blow so loud ferUncle Eben POLITICS AND POLITICIANS New Hampshire democrats in convention at Concordnominated Henry F Hollis for Governor Mr Bryan has announced to Chairman Taggart that he will be ready to take the stump for Parker October i The democrats of Wisconsin ini convention at Oshkosh nominated former Gov George W Peck of Wihva nkee for Governor Judge Parker will leave Esopup for St Louis September 24 No speechas will be made either at St Louis or en route going or retnrn ingThe democrats of Connecticut in convention at New Haven nominated a State ticket headed by A Heaton Robertson of New Haven for Governor The joint gubernatorial campaign in Tennessee was opened at Jackson hy Gov Frazier the democratic nominee and Jesse M Littleton the republican nominee Returns from the election in Ar kansas indicate the sucess of the entire Democratic ticket the majority given Gov Davis over his Republican opponent the Hon Harry Myers probably being in excess of that given two years ago which was nearly 50000 A special committee appointed by thr Commercial Club has addressed a letter to the members of the Legislature requesting that a new site for the State Capitol building be chosen in case a special ses sion be called to take action in the matterSenator Fairbanks the Repub lican nominee for Vice President formally opened the Republican campaign in Missouri Friday night with a speech to a large audience at Kansas City During the day he delivered an address in Kansas City Kan The monument er dby the State of Michigan in commemoration ofth Kentuckians who felt at the battle of the River Raisin was dedicated Friday at Monroe Mich with elaborate ceremonies H V McChesuey and Bennett H Young were among those who delivered addressesAs of the way our republican friends count votes up in Eleventh district we will take the counties of Bell and 14etcllerIn Bell county the Hunter statistics IS say that 2 8S votes were cast while the Edwards table makes the total jvote in thiecnuntyat 1644 a slight difference of 1144 votes in one party in one county In Letcher county the Hunter figures put the total vote at 338 while the Edwards neople put the vote at more twice that many or 785 thanI 132 per cent more than the allowance When they HunterI Mich tricks on each other showing have the democrats when the tvo factions are united Are the majorities for this district in past elections to be considered wonderful when the number of votes counted bear no particular relation to the number cast And do not the revelattons nov being bear out the Democratic assertions that Republican majorities in this section of the State are simply made to order N E W S K S The Russians at Liao Yuig nstt1 balloons in locating the Japanese claim to be slowly driving the Russian army back at Liao Yang Fire at Youngstown Ohio destroyed a cement plant valued at 120000 Milton G Thompson one of the oldest and wealthiest men in Central Kentucky died at Lexington- A scheme is on foot to teach the fgorrotes Moros and Negritos at the Worlds Fair the English lan guage The British Government has interested itself in the case of IILa d tarrington convicted at St Louis of murder Judge Bell in the Circuit Ccur it Lancaster overrule I a motion tor a new trial for Jon Metcalf convicted for killing his brother 1Mrs AIm Brown of Lexington ailed for in undertaker over th telephone then took carbolic acid and shortly after his arrival died David M Flour noy of Paducah has sued Mrs Laura Flournoy daughter of the Rev Sam Jones for a divorce alleging abandon ment ExGov Robert L Taylor o Tennessee and Miss Mamie S John of Virginia were marrie Wednesday afternoon at the liotat of the brider Paul C Barth the Acting Mayo addressed letter to the President David R Francis asking hinrti name a date later in September fu ouisvine day The sworn statement ofNSherif Kd Callahan used as evidence I the JettWhite trial at Cynthians is missing from the Harrison Cit cuit Clerks office The stockyards strike is to continued the strikers voting no to return to work They asser that the fight will be prosecutec with renewedgor Police of many cities are search iug the pawnshops for a 20000 necklace of pearls which myste riously disappeared from Los Ange les Ca1t lat May The students at the Ohio Nor mal University at Ada quit their classes because the trustees refused to strike the name of a negro student from the roll Richard Harding Davis and John Fox Jr are preparing to leave the Far East They say the for eign correspondents so restrict ed in1 their movement by the Japanese auth rties that their usefulnes- is at an end Consumption consumpiononsumprjpn People are learning that con umptibn is a curable disease it is neglected consumption that is so often incurable At the faintest suspicion of consumption a bottle of 3cotts Emulsion and begin regular doses The use of Scotts Emulsion tt once has in thousands of cases turned the balance in favor of health Neglectedconsumption does not exist where Scotfs Emul sion is- Prompt use of Scotts Emul sion checks the disease while it can be checked sample SCOTT Pearl York a4 C1I hdst a THE SUNDAY BIBLE SCHOOL L ssson intha International Series for September lit190Dij 1 Taken Up Into Heaven Prepared by the Highway and By way Preacher Ccpyrlglit by J M Edson LESSON TEXT- Kings 2111 Memory Verses 911 And it came to pass when the Lord would take up Elijah Into Heaven by a whirlwind that Elijah went with Elisha tram Ciigal t An Klijah said unto Elisha Tarry Lore pray thee for the Lord hath sent me to Bnthei And Klisha saiJ unto him As the Lord liveth and as thy soul liveh will not leave thee So they went uowuj to Kethel tAnd the sons of the prophets that were at Bethel came forth to Elisha and said unto him Knowest thou that the Lord wilt lake away thy master item thy head day And he said Yea know it hold ye your peace And Elijah said unto him KIsha hathILord liveth and as thy soul liveth will not eave thee So they came to i And the sons of the prophets erllhoj at Jericho came to KIsha and said unto him Knowest thou that the Lord wi tafcf iway thy master from thy Lead tooay And he answered Yea know it Iod ye our peace And Klijah said unto tim Tarry pray tee here lot the Loin lath scit to Jor an And le sale As the Jcru liteih ml as 1eIh nth wii not jaY tflc j id they two went on And fifty men ot the sons of the proph is went and stood to view afar oft and iieyairo stood Jordan j And Elijah took his mantle and wrapped It together and smote the waters nd they were divioed hither and thither tat they two went over on dry groundS And it came to pass when they were cne over that Elijah said urto KHhu sk what shall do for thee before Ken away fibm thee And Elisha saiu pray thee let a double portion of trj irlt be upon me And ie said Thou hat aslrd a hare Ins revcrtheless if thou ee me wher n taken from thee It eha1I Is nit te hut if not it shall not be so And it came ti pass as they sItu wen tird talked that behold ihereapna thariot ot tire and horses of tile ac artetl theta both asunder ana Kljjh a e by a wrlnwinrt into Heaven IllE LKSHON inCiUdcs the Hist chaptei f ICiiias wnitt us me asi tlvt of Klijah JOLD1X vgxrlIe was nor tor Cv hlmGe Za- tT1atEScmething over ten years aftri he events of the last lefson PICK Elijah started at Gllgal ark aveled with Eiisha toward the southeas hrotigh Bethel and Jericho and ihei cross the Jordan perhaps to Mount Xebi Coniparins Scriutiire with Scripture Testing of EIiThaAs one reads thb esson the question is forced upon us id Elijah wish to get away from lisha In the light of verse I thini e must say No The angel of Goc aid not rant to get away from Jacob yet he Laid let me go He wishti o test Jacob and the testing completer he blessings followed Gen ii2429 Elijah Knowing of his early departur test Elisha and prove hit fltnes his successor Testing is not for tin urpose of destroying but to proe fit ess for service Jacob held on and got ae blessing Elisha followed his mas ar and obtained his request The Syro hoenician woman is a striking exam le of persistency obtaining the bess ig Matt 152228 God tests Ills chit ren CHeba 126 7 and the Chrls ian is admonished to rejofce in th jstlng Jaa 124 Elisha was persistent He had the uallties of a Paul Phil 313 Hi aw the glory of blessing ahead and he eas determined to have it at all hazaTfc his is one of the indispensable qual Jes in Gods servants If they lack It hey prove unfit for the responsible laces in Christs kingdom Watchful No heavy eye ever saw ods glory No sluggish heart ever felt 3e exquisite heart beat of the Divine resence That Elijah was to be takea p into Heaven had in some way been cvealed to Elisha anti the students ai le schools of the prophets at Gilgal lethel and Jericho vs 3 Elisha was etermined to behold that glorious sight he eye of faith was in the watch tower nd the natural eye obedient to the toni earning was faithfully keeping Elijah a view Gilgal is left behind and Bethel i reached but nothing can divert the iteution of Elisha nothing can make tint tarry behind Jericho is visited and till Elisha hangs on The Jordan is eached It Elijah goes down into its epths Elisha will follow Ah how aany Christians are back on the bill ap with the 50 sons of the prophets then they ought to be following hard fter the blessing 3 Ambitious Let a double por ion of thy spirit be upon me True am itlon finds its center and object in God lushu was ambitious for God as a pos esslon that he might more effectually erve God during the apostate state of he kingdom The ambition that makes Jod its end and aim and purpose is the afe ambition We are told to covet the best gifts 1 Cor 1231 The great rouble with Christian people is that hey ask and receive not because they tsk amiss that they may consume it ipon their lusts Jas 43 The assur ince of Rom 82627 is blessed ehcour agement Triumphant EHsha saw Jt Ellshas intensity of purpose ch abed for him the promise The Chris Jan may always win spiritual triumplttI Cor24 The amount of ag God is willing to give is dependent vholly upon our capacity to receive We 1 naed to pray for large capacity THE GOLDEN TEXT He Was Not for God Took Him Dr G Campbell Morgan tells of a little child who gave a most exquisite explanfation of walking with God home from Sunday school and the mother said Tell me what you learned at school And she said Dont you know mother we have been hearing about a man who used to go for walk with God His name was Enoch And mother one day they went for an extraIlong walk and they walked on until God said to Enoch You are a long way from home you had bettr come In and stay And he went CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bovghi Bears the hmature of U t of Nine hundred men are on a strike in the CoalCreek Tenn mining district f j i2 I 5 sreqaJes a styishccnifor abte and embroces these RTAleerloe the CmSttouis F- Celebrated Tennant shj ALWAYS preferable bility superior JONAS McKENZIE Agent Mt Vernon ooSeacggaecSa IQRANVILLEf OWENSIt i B rod LnmI S B1 RAMSEY For Fresh Meats of all Kinds Give us a trial and ifwe please you tell ifnot tell ns MEAT deliveied in any part oftownSSHOP i opnosite 0Queen Crescent Rautet SHORTEST LINE AND QUICKEST SCH- EDULESONuY Cincinnati Lexington Chattanooga Knoxville Asheville Charleston Savannah Atlanta Jacksonville Birmingham New Orleans Shreveport and Points ETc B N AJKEN Trav Passr Agtt 89 Main St lexington Ky W A GARJr TT Gen W RINEARSON en Pass T 100 SYDEMOCRATFOR This cover the Presidential Campaign promises to be une of the most exciting in history Subscribe iNOWandget all the news W P WALTON Lexington Ky TOURIST SLEEPERS TO CALIFORNIA Iron Mountain Route Sleepers Si Lcuis to California leaving 83 m daily via Little Rock Te rkana Dallas Post Worth and E Pas x The Route to Califor iia Fast Schedule cheap Colo ist rates in effect daily during inonOis of March and April 1904 o California aud the Northwest Pullman tourist sleepers via Mis souri Pacific Railway St every Thursday 9 a m rons Kansas City Wednesdays Thursdays and Fridays 630 m going via Pueblo R tem through Glenwood Springs Salt Lake CitYtto Ogden etc Homeseeker and Tates t various in the West and Southwest overy first and thirc Tuesdays each month For mal folders descriptive literature rates tc nearest Ticket ac1dress R T G MATTHEWS TPA Room 301 Norton Bldg mar t8tf Louisville Ky i The For nice fitting fttyle and Dora they have no Sole Ky E BSSS Coffins All Mail Telephon f l K tu others basement Court house Texas B Mgr C Agtt will which DAILY operate Pullman Tourist Ideal leave p D Gsys Colonist points Agent FULL consult it Dusnt Scars Ftlks to be told the truth about Lion Coffee The scarecrow coffees are those factoryeggsLion Coffee is pure whoiesom unflormin frubJW BUCKLENS ARNICA SALVE Has world wide fume for marvel ous cures It surpasses any other olve lotion ointment or balm for cuts corns burns boils sores felons ulcers tetter salt theism fever sores chapped hands skin eruptions infallible for piles Cure guaranteed Only 25J atall drug gists iyr i Jr J iTMT VERNON r SIGNAL SEPT 9 1901 I 19 n henIoucute with SIGNAL ZBI b S HCo TIME TABLEI 24 north 1206 p m 26 north 308 a m 23 south 129 p IP 25 South 105 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Loafed at the Nt Petwlice as ten neclie aIl matter PERSONAL- Mrs Willis Adams spent Sunday at Gravs Jotham Brown was here from the Big Glades j esterday U G Baker went to Louisville Monday to buy goods Drummer T D Mullins is doing well in the shoe business Miss Sallie Adams of Paint Lick is visiting relatives here Miss Willie Beiitcn visited Miss Besie Sparks this week Mrs Jane Bloomer is visiting her sister Mrs Matilda Houk Airs Sallie Williams is in Cincin nati buying her fall millinery Miss Cora Adams is visiting her cousin Miss Bessie Mullins F LThompson and family will visit the Worlds Fair next week Walter Mullins went with his brother Eugene to New Mexico A large number from here at tended the association at Living stonMrs D N Williams is visiting her son Jude RG Williams at M Clar3 of Stanford was the guest of the Misses Thomp son first of the week Mrs Henry Catron is visiting her sister Mrs J Fish Mrs Catron continues in very poor health Luther Mullins is making a trip as travelingsalesman in his fathers place and is doing a good business Grover Price has again entered school at London Grover is one of our brightest and best young menMrs Wallin of Gum Sulphur after a pleasant visit to her daught ers Mesdames H L Tate and J F Griffin has returned home We are glad to note that our splendid citizen and townsman Willis Griffin is gradually improv ing from his stroke of paralysis Mr and Mrs B J Bethusum J E Houk Walter and Robert Har ry Miller and Master Jake Wil hams are seeing the big fair this weekMiss Ida May Adams left Mon day night for Sheilman Ga to accept a position as booKkeeper in a wholesale and retail dry goods Sam Brown after a visit of several days to relatives at Level Green has returned to her home at McAlister Mr Brown met her in St Louts Arthur Wallen who has been in the West for the past fifteen years was here this week He will travel in Kentucky and Ohio for the next year or two Millard Lutes who moved to Stone county Mo some 21 years since has been visiting his father near Scaffold Cane He started on his retutn home Monday Messrs John Holtzclaw Ben Lunceford and Wm Cummins of Preachersville stopped off here Monday the guests of Rev J C Carmical while en route to the Baptist Association meeting at Livingston Tuesday LOCAL Elmer Houk has withdrawn from the race for assessorIpG9 Bring your LAUNDRY to SI W Davis store sept93t CADLE MILLER We print the game law on the last page and would suggest that all the hunters especially read WANTxaA good white cOlJk1 single woman preferredPay all r sht Position permanent to the right Price Hospital Stanford Ky aug94 oZ wrf f ois f JIe gaswas fired atlbe Levfcay I well a few nights frincc the illumi nation showed up for miles around S W Davis has recently received four barrels of bride bits 800 lbs for use in his harness manufactory St Louis capitalists have been granted a franchise for an electric light and power plant and a street car system at Danville Ky The L N will sell tickets to St Louis esl Tuesday and Thurs day during the months of August and September at9 85 round trip Limit ten days TheLN willell tickets to Louisville the 17 and 18 at 5 16 for the round trip account of the meeting of the Grand Lodge M sons Oct 1820 Tickets limited to Oct 21S- tTickets will be sold over the L Nat 735 for the round trip account of the Annual Reunion of Confederate Veterans of Kentucky Sept 8 Tickets sold on Sept 7th limited to the loth FOR SALE One horse bar ness and spring wagon fifty or six ty pairs Belgian hares two bull pups about 8 months oldgood- ones Also all kinds household specialties such as roasters bakers etc which I have on hands since canvassing Will sell at a sacri fice J P LECHLEITER sept23t Mt Vernon Ky The arithmometer is a wonderful michine If you have never seen one drop in at the Bank of Mt Vernon and see it add up great columns of figures as fast as pour ing corn into a hopper It not on ly does the adding but prints the result in plain figures Labor Day was appropriately served at Johnetta the mining camp of the Big Hill Coal Co lat Monday A large crowd was pres ent and everything passed off quietly W C Webb of Pitts burg delivered an address on labor and the good of the United Mine Workers Order County Attorney L W Rethurum also made a short talk All those and the Masons espe cially who took so much interest in the Times Business Womans Popularity Contest will be pleased to know that Miss Minnie Brooks won first prizes which consists of Piano valued at 40000 a pianolo valued at 25000 and pianolo music 5000 The second prize was awarded Miss Bee Mullarkey and the third Miss Maggie Hale Messrs J H Dunn andR H Harnm of Brodhead C C Wil liams W L Richards W M Poynter Jbnas McKenzie F L Thompson and the writer from Mt Vernon Mr and Mrs M F Craig Mr and Mrs A G Craig and Mr and Mrs J B Sulton were the recipients of a most delightful day spent last Sunday at the pleas ant and hospitable home of Mr and Mrs John E Craig It was in deed a day of feasting aud real enjoyment Mr Craig has lust com pleted his new residence and has an ideal country home located in the best part of the Big Glades sec tion John who is one of the best democrats in the world is very anguine of Parkers election and delights to talk of the time which will soon be here when a democrat will again occupy the White House and his three little boys Joe Sam Ben and David and stepson Wil lie McBee are equally as strong in the faith as their father The culi nary department in charge of Mrs Craig who is recognized as one of the best cooks in the county assis ted by her daughter Miss Lillie McBee her niece Miss Joan Craig Mesdames A G and M K Craig was carefully looked after and the splendid dinner was thoroughly enjoyed In the afternoon the par ty visited the old spring and there saw the bucket suspended on a wire coming down the bill and be ing filled by the very best ofacqua pura was carried back to the home of O F Hamm a distance ot over one hundred yards This is one weiever seen anvildistance water melons were ready and it is useless to fay that C C Williams RIE Hamm who had just arrived made faithful hands in helping dis pose ofa dozen or more of that splendid production of mother earth The time to make our de parture having arrived all were wasll 4fFOR SALEA fine cow and calf J H ALBRIGHT aug26 3L Btodbtad IfID K Pearsons of Hicdsdalc III has donated 50000 to Berea College for the purpose of erecting a new waterworks plantIRemember the to be held at the College lamination the loth for free schol the school Examina tions begin promptly at 9 oclock The Mt Vernon Collegiate Insti tute will open Monday Sept 19 with Miss Ida M Taylor as Principal A splendid cofps of teachers has been secured and the pat rons and pupils generally can look forward to a successful year This is a home institution and if not pat ronized by home whenSproperly con inee how can it stir- vvive Miss Tayi past record shows her to he a tescher of ex ception ability an if sheVan only receive the encouragement from the people which she should have we are confident the school will be a great success If we ever expect anything like a regular season of weather rains etc in this locality it will be nec essary to establish a weather be reau While a large portion of our county has been pretty well estab lished with rains this year this lo cality including the ridge bebin niug this side of Brodhead and running beyond Pine Hilltwo to three miles wide has experieuced a drought and is yet within its grasp It seems that this ridge simply splits the clouds and throws the rain to Skaggs Roundstone and other valleys Bradley Mullins son of Deputy U S Marshal John Mullins is aI patient at the P A C Infirmary aS the result of injuries received by being struck by a train at Ft Estill Young Mullins in com pany with some friends was wait ing at the above named station for a South bound train Growing tired he thought he would rest on the track but soon fell asleepand was struck by the train He received a broken thigh and his left leg was broken in three places be sides being otherwise injured He was brouget to the city where he is bImandKentucky passed a bill providing for the return to the viva voce mode of voting in this State and many of the voters of the State are being misinformed by the as to when the vote by the7teople on this subject is to be taken It will not ce taken until the regular election in Novembe t9o5J That portion of our State Constitution providing for amendment tpiour fundamental law says Suchuposed amend mentor amendments hall be submitted to the voters ofv the State for their ratification or rejection at the next general election for the members of the House of Repre sentatives That means in this case next year LIVlNGSTOiN W C Mullins was in Mt Ver non a few hours Monday visitinginMrs JS Cooper and son Archie are visiting relatives in Crab Orch ardMrs Jacob Sambrook returned home from Cincinnati Sunday morningInon was the guest of Mrs Jas Hall this week Mrs R C Wade is here after an extended visit with tiomefolks in Boyle county Mrs Salesbury of Paris is here the guest of her daughter Mrs Lawrence Dickison Mrs Mary Carter of Mt Ver non was with Mrs Brack Graves during the association Mrs Ellen Mahaffey of Brod head was the guest of Mrs Waller Miller during the association John Preston and family have decided there is no place like Liv ingston and have moved back from Cincinnati Henry Browning has purchased the John Magee property on Main Street and will make some im Painte Jarrett and Baker of Brodhead have been the guests ot Mesdames Rice Newland and Swinford daughtersMissesLucy visited Mesdames W F Tubbs andLula Maddux this week- Mr and Mrs Jerome Adams and family went to Mt Vernon Saturday to see Walter and Eugene Mul lins who left for Aztec New Mexi- Co WTryi fJ1iss31odlatFatIwcic c nolds Mr and Mrs Henry Gentry Messrs James and Wm Hearst and James Kash were the guests oj Mr and Mrs Dee Bryant during the association Mr and Mrs Sutton ofMt Ver non and Mr John Woodall of Hazel Patch and Mrs Hughes of Pittsburg were guests of Mr and Mrs Ed Woodall Misses Georgia McFerron and Lida Cook returned home Sunday morning froth St Louis They were delighted with their trip and had the time of their lire Chas Rice and family moved into the house vacated bv W H Starks George McCarthy will move from Corbin and occupy the house vacated by Mr Rice Rev J G Bow of Louisvlle Supt of the Kentucky State Board of Missions gave an interesting talk on missions Tuesday evening He was the guest of Rev F P and Mrs Monday Public GatesIat 830 am with Mrs E Fish hack Principal Mrs R C Wade and Mifs Georgia McFerron as assistant teachers Rev Jno C Carmical and wife Mrs A W Sowards and daughter Nannie Vermillion Misses Fannie Colyer and Nannie Carmical of Mt Vernon were the guests of Mes dames Martha Ferguson Browning Woodall and Gates Mrs Houston McFerron of Pine Hillwas the guest of her daughter Mrs W J Childress Tuesday Mrs McFerrons report on the Sunday School convention at Hen derson was enjoyed by all who heard her Tuesday afternoon at the Baptist Association The Thirtyfourth annual gather ing of the Rockcastle Baptist As sociation met with us on Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday 6th 7th and 8th andfrom whatwe hear on every side it is one of the larg est and best in its history and our people are receiving high com mendation from visitors for their cordial reception Mr Nathan Buchanan of Somerset was elected Moderator and Rev F P Gate Clerk for the coming year The report as made by the committee on missions show that the associa tion has made a decided advance in contributions as in 1893 2400 this year 10100 The visiting ministers have preached at the Christian church also on Gauley AvenueRockcastle County Court Call Term Sept 5th 1904 We the undersigned Commis sioners having been appointed by an order of the liockcastle County Court to apportion said county in to magisterial districts report the following District NO1 is com posedof precinct No 2 or West Mt Vernon No6 of Orlando NO3 or Roundstone No 2 dis trict is composed of precincts No i or East Mt Vernon and precinct No 8 or Walnut Grove district NO3 is composed of precincts No 9 or Brown and precinct No 10 or Brodhead district NO4 is com posed of precincts No 5 or Croolr ed Creek and precinct NO7 or Livingston district No5 is com posed of precincts No 4 or Scaf fold Cane and precinct No n or do apportion and establish the above as the magisterial dis tricts for Rockcastle county Ky Given under our hands as Com missioners aforesaid time day and date aforesaid W G Nicely J H Dunn Corn H H Wood J He was crossing the Atlantic and to two American girls abroad he said that he wanted to learn something of their tongue He asked them if they couldnt teach him a halfhour or so a day during the consented and they put up jJJiendish j keon the Frenchman They tiught him En glish for an hour a diy but they taught him wrong I met him shortly after his ar rival here and I heard him conjugate n verb II Ze vairb to go he saidlis in re presonte tense like zis I go you departest he clears outwe vamoose you make tracks zey absquatulate f tVesuvius is in eruption iu1 r Iif1i t i i iZ t 1jZl 1ooLo i4oJ fi Jb cr 3 q LYr c T41f t lfJ EAT and LIVE I fI rrJ rJ rJ rJ W MIwith the best Flour gkSack is guaranteed or Money re j R j fundedBper s 280 per 3 lIlt bug 70c f- Standard Pat per 100 lbs 3001er 24lb l ng Toe M J5 High Pat per 100Ibs 320 per 24lb bag 80e Ji g MEAL CORN AND SHIPS TUFF R At Reasonable HoukAdamsiA Phone No Tr MT VERNON KY 2 J6r8pc982 V oitl IJr r atf Worlds Fair Short Line SOUTHERN RY Shortest Fastest and Best too rlsFal r Look at the Schedules Lye Lexington daily 610 a m Louisville 900 a m1Arrive St Louis4S6 p Solid train of Pullman sleepers standard dining car and vestibuled coaches through from Lexington to St Louis without change Lve Lexington daily 530 p LouisvilleIOJSu p in Arrives St Louis 732 a m Solid train of Pullm sleepers and Free Reclining Chair Cars tthrough from Lexington to St Louis with out charge ROUND TRIP EXCURSION RATES FROM LEX INGTON r665Good returning until De cember 15 rrjo4 1385 Good returning 60 day- s11240000d returning 15 days be on sale dailyat 870 Coach excersion tickets on sale every Tuesday and Thursday in August and September good re 89 ITC HUNGERFORD D P A1 234 Fourth ave Louisville Ky G B ALLEN A G PAiSt Louis Ayers Ayers Cherry Pectoral g quiets tickling throats hack 3 ing coughs pain in the lungs It relieves congestion s- ubCherry J jduesstrengthens Your doctor will explain this to you He knows all about this cough medicine bare Avert Cherry Pectoral In our tar yean for throat and trouble and tliink medicine equals it IOUEUOT1ppletosbJflu- ntieiec4iJN acAYeltcO lnn jI forJowU blss Weak Throats recoveryPurely AGENTS TEU1TOa1 AGENTS TIE GREATEST BOOK OF DAY CHRIST IN THE GAMP DR J AGENTS REPORTS N CWorked one day received orders Ala Received Pros oclock sold by night- VaSo1d in hours L P Sander Texas = Worked one day got orders THE MAKTIN HOYT CO AtlaataGa I Go To Chas C Davis Drugstore I FOR Drugs Chemicals Patents and Oils r ALSO I Complete Line oP Pharmaceuticals lA- ND i Toilet Articles Gallore i PHONE 64Day or Night l CHAS C DAVIS Pharmacist t1 MT VERNON KY rr WILLIS GRIFFINPractical Undertlcer and FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Ky Stock Complete IIiurnishEmbalming done on short notice Come and see me anything I have not got can get for you on firs rain thatleave the city OR LJ E RS by wire Promptly Filled Phone No 63 The World All Knows RailwaytheWorlds Fair Line Ifyou have a trip in view to Evansville St Louis or to any point in the West or Southwest ASK US FOR RATES And Ask Us First i ofspedalcursions we have them E MWOMAOK G L GARRETT ittV Passenger Agent Traveling Passgr Agt AgentIt HALLS VEGETABLE SICILIAN Hair Renewer 1 Makes the hair grow long and heavy and keeps it soft and glossy Stops falling hair and cures dandruff And it always restores color to gray hair Sold for fifty yearsItoLe ffrc5ftES1iL sooOboOGASH GIVEN AWAY to Users of LION COFFEEIn Addition to the Regular Free Premiums howI I I f Like a Check like This I We Hive Iwiriild 2000000 I Five Lion Heads cut from Lion Coffee Packages and a a cent tamp entitle you in addition to the regular free premiums to one vote The acent stamp covers our to you that your estimate is recorded You can send as many estimates as desired Grand First Prize of will be awarded to the one who is nearest correct on both our Worlds Fair and Presi dentist Vote Contests We also offer Special Cash Prizes to Grocers Clerks Particulars eub case of Lion 2139 2139 Contesti Presidential Vote Contest acknowledgment 500000 will How Would Your Name Look on One These Checks Everybody uses coffee you use long get acquainted with it be suited there value money Then will otfcerand thats why advertise And are using advertising money so that usyou welt get a oenefit Hence your Lion Brad GIVE BOTH PREMIUMS AND CASH PRIZES I Particulars in Every Package of LION COFFEEWOfrLSON SPICE CONTEST DEPT TOLED OHIO WHAT IS tIEr In the last anaysis nohoi knows irbl1t we do know that it is unde strict law Abuse that law even slightly results Irregular living mean derangement of the organs resulting in constipation headache or liver trouble Dr Kings New Life Pills quickly adjust this Its gentle yet thor ough Only 250 at all druggists My father once had a steward got divorced because his wife said the wrong thing to him The whole trouble grew out of a jug ale ofl 4Tbe steward one dark afternoon started down cellar with a big jug to up some ale He reached the ale barrel filled the jug and started back rather hur ri dly for the poor chap was thirsty when his foot caught in a hole and down he went like a shot As he rose slowly groaning and sighing liiwife came to the head of the stairs and called Have you broke the lug dear No but I will said the stew ard and he smashed it against tin wall into a thousand pieces jCURED OF LAME BACK- AFTER FIFTEEN YEARS OF SUF FERING I had been troubled with lame hick for fifteen years and I found a complete recovery in the use Chamberlains Pain Balm say John G Bisher Gillam Ind This liniment is also without an equal for sprains and bruises It is for sale bv Chas C Davis Kentuckys 1600 page register at the Worlds Fair is filled For lynfne thousand names have been registered of which 11013 were put on in August BEST FOR THE- BOWELS thebowelaopen one Force In the shape of Tloleot pbyle or potaon dane Tha keeptthe I CATHARTIC CANDY EAT EM LIKE CANDY DoGoodbookItonCempwr or KEEP Y p ILOOD CLEAN Cash to Lion Coffee users in Great Worlds Fair people get checks more will get them in I 1 Pirot JO Second PrtzesS600OO each 1 10 00000 20 j OOOOO 2000 f 250 600 9OOOOO- S20OOOOOPRIZES for take our both for FREE Detailed CO who pill our FRO II4S to 92 POUNDS One of the most remarkable cases of a deepfeated on the lungs causing pneumonia is of Gertrude E Fenner Marion win was entirely cured by the u e of One Minute Cough Cure says The coughing and straining so weaken ed me that I ran down in weight from to 92 pounds I tried a number of remedies to no avail un til I used One Minute Cough Cure Four bottles of wonderful theIMt Vernon Drug Company The Umbrella Skirt is coming into Ladies be excused f they raise it slightly on a muddy rossing Governor Herrick a Red yearling has won a blue ribbon at the Ohio Fair This was nol the Real Governor of Ohio If are going to int smile all the time pick one fits your face FREERECLINING CHAIR CARS- PULLMAN OBSERVATIONI DININCCARS and SLEEPERS ON THE POPUL- ARHenderson Route BETWEENLhuisville Louis the West and SouthwestIf on the SOUl COMFORT Line GET TIlE HENDERSON ROUTE HAIUT Its a habit tou acquire the Agent for Routing when purchasing your Tickets LJ IRWIN GencslgrAgt LGARRETI IGEO Pasrigr Agt- Louisvzri 1 Krirrucxv What be the total popular v v cast for President votes for aki can combined at the election November 8 1904 In 1000 election 13959653 people voted for President For nearest correct esti received in Woolson Spice Com panys ofiice roledo 0 on or before November 5 1904 we will give first prize for the nearest correct estocsecond prize to the next nearest etc as follows Prize S25C Prize lOOvOO 2 100000 5 PrIzes 20000 OOOOO PrIzes 10000 Prizes 5000 5O Prizes 100000 Prizes 1000 250000 1800 Prize 2139 TOTAL of If will LION COFFEE enough to you wilt and convinced is no other such the you no we we of as as wewill WE pain bring cold that Mrs Ind jShe 148 this vogue will Poll State you wear a pleas tha St travel good Ask this fray dictates mates FKAKKOL ODDS AGAINST HIM Bedridden alone and destitute Such in brief was the condition of an old soldier by name of J J Havens Versailles O For years lieuas troubled with kidney di ease and neither doctors nor medi cines gave him relief At length he tried Electric Btters It pir him his feet in short order and now he testifies Im on the road to complete recovery fiest on earth for liver and kidney troubles and at forms of stomach and bowel complaints Only 5oc Guaran teed by all druggists The fat he saidare always bemoaningilheir flesh always vow ing that they are dieting and exer ising in order to lose weight but lyon inquire into the extent of their exercise and diet youll get surprising answers I know two brokers who are tremendously fat I met them in a Wall Street office the other day Blank the younger of tire two complained that he was getting atter Well said I why dont you exerciseHe looked at me and then at his enormous companion I do he said Seldom a day passes that I do not walk two or three times around Smith hereIITHREE JURORS OP CHOLERA MORUUS WITH ONE CHAlIBItRI Mr GIV Fowler of Hightower Ala relates an experience he had while serving an a petit jury in a murder case at Edwardsville coun ty seat of Clebourne county Ala He says While there I ate some freshmeat and some souse meat and it gave me cholera morbus in a very severe form I was never more sick in my life and sent to the drug store for a certain cholera nixtl1re but the druggist sent me a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy instead sa ing that he had whpt I sent for butI that this medicine was so better he would rather send it tt me in the fix I wasin I took one dose of it and was better in five minutes The second dose cured me entirely Two fellow jurors were afflicted in the same manner and one twenty ficecent bottle cured the three of us For sale by Chas Cf Dat 1 1f3 i L 0 h THE NEW GAME LAWS The jllowirig i a copy rf th law pase4hy the last Kent nck Legilature and approved Ma t h 18 1904 in regard to killing bits and sqnrrtls- No raIlI person shill kill or pursue with such intent or hive iiliisl possession when Killed any rabbit darlofNovember in ech ytar Provided nnr one may catch rabbits wih uogs or in snaies He it euacteB by the General As mLIof Kentucky That it shall be be State of Kentucky at any timeI to IU otIlor expose for sate of ur isae or have in possession r tiji pili pose of bartering 01 sell IR any uild turkey pheasant ntie jf rtridge or quail which hae lieti killed within this State That it shall be unlawful for any pew orporation or common carries to leccive for transportationI or to Iran port or ianipomtcd or have in pos ts u ith intent to tianspoit or to se cure the transportation of within or without tins State any of the birds meniiontd in section one ol liii act which hnvc been killed within this State Pru ided however that it shall nit be unlawful lor such person corporation or carrier to transport huiiter with hi gqme lawfully Billed him within this State 3 Etch bird or fowl so bought old or offered for sale had in pos s ssion for sale or transjortatn n r tiaiisponed contrary to the pro isous f this act shall constiluu a Sfjarate offenseS4 Whoever violates any pro isions of this act shall be fined not ess lhau ten dollars nor more that wen five dollars for a first oflens d t less than twentyfive dollars nor mOle ti a lfty OI1isf r any subsequent offerhe The report compiled and just is SU2 by W J Semelrotli of St Los chief secretary for the worlds fourth Sundayschool convention held at Jeresalem in April 20I411757 te t lliis and 23442 99F pu pils in Europe Asia Africa North and South America and the islands of the HJsrhe United States eads with 139817 Sundayschools 1419807 teachers and n493591 nrolled pupilsIU3W RVTES TO COLORADO AND UTAH RESORTS Best reached via the Missouri Pacific Railway From St Louis to Pueblo Colorado Springs arid Denver 25 00 Glen wood Springs 3700 Salt Lake City 38 oo round trip Correspondingly low rates from all points Tickets on sale daily until Sept 30 return limit Oct 31 1804 Liberal stop overs with diverse routes Three fast trains daily from St Louis elegant equipment For descriptive literature particulars etc consult Ticket Agents or address- R T G Matthews T P A Room 301 Norton BIdg Louisville Ky Sheriffs Safe Rockcastle Oircuit Court W T Smith PltiT vs Notice of Win Thomas GSheriffstrustees of Com School Sale Dist No 72 Rockcastle County Deft By virtue of execution No 497 which issued from the Clerks office of the Rockcastle Circuit Court on a judgment in said court for the sum of llnar with interest at the rate or per cent per annum from the 1st day of Feb Ukuntil paid and the fur ther sum of 11535 with interest a die rate of 6 per cent from the day of191 and the cost of this action which in 740 with a credit of 2632 paid Dec 23 1903 and B720 paid March 15 1903 I will proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the Court Bouse in Mt Vernon Ky to the highest and best bidder at public auction on MONDAY THE DAY of SEPT 1904 siunebeing lint day of Circuit Court between the hours of 8 oclock a m and 4 oclock pm on a credit of three months the following describedproperty towit One school house and lot on Chest nut Ridge Rockcastle county Ky located in common school district No 72 of said county ifnd being the same house in which schoolfs being taught tot this time ami said lot contains one icre more or less ana is levied on as property of the said common school district No 72 For the purchase price the punhas er will be required to give bond with good surety bearing legal interest from the date of sale and having the force and effect of judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms TATE S R C ii i i fL r i uItt 5 N s Thp Kind You Have Always Bonglit and which has bceu in use for over SO years Iins borne the signatnro of has been inadoimdcc hIs per c2aimU supervision since Iti11nf iyIno one to deceive you lit All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are Imc Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants awl Cliildren Experience against ExperimentI What Is CASTORIACas- toria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric D jXj s and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine not other Narcciio substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays ie ell lmcss It euros DhirrluKn and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels givintj healthy timid natural sleep The Childrens Panaccar Mothers Friend CEfJUlr CASTOR A ALWAYS Bear the Signature of rL fflV Y d The Kind Yoti Have Ai Pl1 J1 in Use For Over 31 i wrs I r r t elTt THE BjfflK OF T VERNON MT VERNON KY OPENED 1900ICAPITAL STOCK 15000 C C WILLIAMS PRES JAS T ADAMS ViCKPRKS W L RICHARDS CASHIER A B FURNISH ASST CASH DIRECTORSC C William Geo Livesay A T Fish S H Martin Rod Perry J E Honk We solicit accounts of firms and individuals Caretul attet tion is given collections entrusted to us Our friends and patrons are invited to call when in town Phone No 55 YINCIf JrBR FACTORY LOADED SHOTCUN SHELLS- Its1 not sentiment that makes the most successful shots shoot 4 Pt Winchester Factory Loaded Shells Its the results they give Its their entire reliability evenness 3 J i of pattern and uniform shooting Winchester gsLeader shells loaded with R are the best shells on the market tj Repeater shells loaded with are cheap in price but not in quality Winchesteri INew Rival black powder shells are black powder load on the market on Th their shooting and reloading qualties Try either of g r these brands and youll be well pleased They are 1 LTHE SHELLS THE CHAMPIONS SHQOT ALTON BeIPARKEi says U I Read the NEW YORK VORLD Every Day THE WORLD Elected Cleveland it may be aid without rrsrrntithat if1me Demoeratic party in imf first campaign hail tinLett thrfoi clef and potent ailrneaey of JifKioerulit principles at that link 6 the YiJ iy1tharelands Letter to The VorM Stay 10 WORLDI the nttirfnty years coHxiilerr itself a tif p iitr It promised to spread trutiInJ trill rio so tritfi entire idepeiul plotseniloloeiiqorfjClhiItuutfOd with pproval COUlITHE WORLD IN TIllS PRESIDLHTI1L CAMPAIGN Send 1 to the N Y WORLD xn1 you will receive THE WORLD every week cay for FOUR MONTHS from the day your subscriy lion is rece ved including every day of the Presidents Campaign The regular price of the Daily World foar mon k is J200n BOTH SIDES OF TIlE GEAT PQLITICL ATfLB FCL FAIRLY GI7Et FIRST NEWS BEST NEWS THE WORLD as the Chief Champion m America of Democratic Ideas will be most interesting newspaper in te country in this Presidential cam paign It already has a much larger dilly circulation thin any other morning news paper in America- We are beginning campaign promises to be memorable in history By a single act of inspired courage tin Democraiic ieidcr has restored his party to its nlismclearheadedWhile the question of the standard of vaue remained an issue all other topics were submerged and the Democracy could riot play its historical part In the absence of that restraining force the Republican party has rioted in imperialism centralization cjilitirism extravagance and privileged injustice Nowthe time has come when it can be called td account Once more a pity wisely bravely and honestly led can raise with hopefulness Tildens old war cry Turn the rascals out I The Democracy is ready to cprrect the abuses of a monopolybreeding tariff rivalrywithmiles of ocean to substitute the jeisn of law for the personal caprice of an arbi arrogmtcclimatization of the American fag in any country in which the Declaration of Inde pendence is a seditious document To the attainment cf these this the pledges all its energies WorLiI To encourage the prompt fOaulstlou of dlt for Ib a peplnl cumraUHion of 20 per irii nUl be nUOto1 cplrJiIor pmrllek foriiiluB e1ubot ten ur tuur- Ah In any to ali active ajeeut 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Sample Room- Livery Attached The patronage of Rbckcastle citi zens specially desired Miller House HUGH MILLER PROPRI- ETORHeadquarters for Commercial Men PSrPorter at all trains3 MT VERNON DIRECTORY COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURT Fourth Mon day in each month- QUARTERLY CouRTFiIst Mon Jay in each month CIRCUIT COUNT Second Mon jay in February Fourth Monday n May and Third Monday in Sep VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month CHURCHES Services tt the Chrialiau Church Preach ing 1st 3rl 3umla flat II 0111 and at au p w Sunday ehoot 930 a m every 8111187 pmrheill services PresbyterianHolds services on the Ith iamlay morning and evening Baptist ChurchServices on the Third Jalunlay eight and sunday Sunday Sclioul at I s every Sunday Prayer meeting on Tuesday ouUU MASOklC AeMand Lodge meets Ind day 9 a m VERNON It CHAPTER No 140MFRrS every SECOND MONDAY at 2 m MACCABEES KO T MTicn No meets every and 3rd Monday at 730 p m JAS ETIOUKlTom CHAhCDAVIRR Indigestion Causes Catarrh of the StomachFor many years It has been supposed that Catarrh of the Stomach caused indigestion and dyspepsia but tha truth is exactly the opposite Indigestion causes catarrh Re peated attacks of Indigestion inflames the mucous membranes lining the stomachand exposes the nerves of the stomach thus caus leg the glands to secrete mucin Insteadof the juices of natural digestion ThU is called Catarrh of the Stomach Kodol Dyspepsia Cure relieves all inflammation of the mucous membranes lining the stomach protects the nerves and cures bad breath sour risings a sense of fullness after eating indigestion dyspepsia and jji stomach troubles Kodol Digests WBaTYoir Eat Make the Stomach Sweet as sheS10Q 2ittmos the trial sells 50 cents Prepared by DWITT A Chicago