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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r Established 1887 III VOLUME XVIII MT VERNON ROCKGASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 30 1904 NUMEEll IIREGISTRATION LAWI 0For tlieJfcntfU of those of sixth class towns especially who Ire anx ions to know something of the new regisiration law we print in full the following special sent from Frank fort to llie Courier Journal Mate q series are coming into the Suite Democratic Campaign headqual tel a Louisville and to State officials lure regarding the new registration law which is operative for the first lime at the Octo her registration next week There is quite a difference of opinion as to whether the certificate of registration which is to he issmd byjhe registration officials should contain the names of nilof the precinct officers of election or only that of the clerk of the precinct in which it is issued In many of the couu ties the certificates have been print ed with only space for the clerk toj sign his mute while in others spice has been left for all of the precinct officers to sign It is the Legislature did not having the certificate contemplateII more than one of the issued in the name ofall as it would be unnecessary and require too much time to have all four offi cers attach their signature to each paper Attorney General Hays thinks all should sign the certificate Another matter that is causin some discussion is the failrre of tl av to provide for the issuing u certificates of registration after thr rgular days of registration by the County Clerks of the counties Under the old law persons absent from the city or ill couldmake affidavit and register in the office off the County Clerk later and be en titled to vote The present law does not provide fur the issuing oft registration certificates by County Clerks except where they have once been issued and have been lust li is hought that this defect can be gotten around by this matter under the old statuteI and having tIe Clerk upon affidavit u ot the person issue a certificate setting forth that the voter has so gotten his name on the poll books It is gencially thought here that the ext union of registration to towns of the sixth class was mad visnbe as many of the smallto c p rated towns in the State hav practically gone out of existence having no town trustees or other officials yet they will have to com ply with the registration law In one instance that has come to the h attention of Chairman Hager th residents oitwo such towns located within a mile of each other vote at one precinct in one of the towns in anotbet instance a town of the t sixth class is in two counties and i the residents of onehalf of the town go several miles in the country to vote In this latter case registra tion certificates will have to be pro vided for some of the voters in a precinct and nut Jo the others The question of the conslitu tiolJPlitff the act is now pending before ihi Court of Appeals in a case brought here from the Kenton Circuit Court in which Special Judge Mackoy held it to be illegal Must Go AtI I r COST J r nuuiruuu a1tgt1IiJ A decision is expected within tle next few slays probably before the legistrationI Harvey Chenault spent last week in Madison county on business wrongugaiuweInce e wtek The grad jury called in a fev of the boys from this neck of ihe woods Mr George Shockley of Brea visied hip aster Mrs U S Berry here Sunday C M See sold his farm of 65 tastes in ScifTold Cane to John Guiun for 75000 Jas Cone has sold 50 or 60 hush els peaches from ins orchard for 750 to per bushel Mr T J Handy and family are visiting friends and relatives in weekI to hunt squirrels and R ibbits now as it is to trot a moonshine still IC M Lee of Brea has con with the trustees to paint the public school building hereIMiss Fannie McClure who is teaching the public school here isited liomefolks at Mt Vernon Saturday and Sunday applge paset painfulIbrtt es about back and hip Miss Florence Berry who is at ending college at Berea was at home Saturday and Sunday to sea her parents Mr and Mr U S BIICITHE STOMACH IS THE MAN A eak stomach weakens th man because it cannot transform the food he eats into nourishment lUallb and strength cannot be stored to any sick man or weak woman without first resloriug health and strength to to stomach A weak stomach ccnnot digest enough food to feed the tissues and revive the tired and run down t limbs and organs of the body Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure digests what yeti eat cleanses and strengthens the glands and membranes of the stomach and cures indigestion troubleseSold by Mt Vernon Drug Com pony Granjt even cant thee I county man whose sow became so thin during the dl out h that he had to soak her in the creek over night before she would hold slopExIAFTER F F1FRRING I had with lame back for fifteen years and I foun a complete recovery in the use ot Chamberlains Pain Balm says John G Bishcr Gillam Ind This liniment is alto without an equal forI sprains and bruises It is for sa by Chas C Davis CRAB ORCHARD u Miss Bettie Higgins is visiting friends at Puksville Mrs Huestiof Chicago is vis iting Mrs J F Eo dam IHoldam Stuart will start to Los Angeles Cal in the near future Miss Mollie Brooks visited Miss Lizzie Beasley at Lancaster recently Mis Kersey of Lexington has hen visiting Mr and Mrs Grove Condor is going to start to Martonsville Ga the last of the Annie Bronaugh who has been visiting in London is ext ect ed home today Mr and Mrs Sam Tntuni aie visiting Mr and Mrs R L Tanne- ofHarriman Tenn Mrs P M Con lot enjoyed pleasant visit a few days since from her friend Mrs Mahaffey of Brod head Mrs M K Fish is visiting htr KnoxIville Tenn who is in very too Annie Hutchison went home with her uncle J D Steindergan who lives in Jellico Tenn to spend a few weeks Mrs C H Marshall of Arkansas has been visiting her mother Mr Nancy Mason She will turn home in a few days Miss Roxie Span ier will take in the St Louis fair and go from there to Texas to visit a sister an brother who are living there Miss Jean Buchanan is making Western tour She is in Jerse City N J but will take in several returnseMiss Ila Holdam went with he father J F Holdam to Burkville to spend several weeks Mr Holt dam is there experimenting oil fieldsA meeting is being conductedby Rev Eisber at the colored Baptist church The preaching seems to be drawing crowds of white as well as black Miss Hettie Harris is agent forj all the most popular periodicals of the day Any one wishing anj thing in her line will find just what they scant to read through her agency The wedding spoken of in niv lastletter came off on the 2ist The happy parties were Fore Foley and Miss Roxie Reynolds daughter of Sam Reynolds alloh this place Mrs J G Riddle eii tertained the newly married couple with a splendid supper on the ever ing of the 22nd Those present were the bride and groom Misses Exie Reynolds Ora Foley and Ernie Menefee young gentlemen M Condor Geo Condor Raymond Geizel and Faulkner Kennedy 4 r INSOMNIAd dis turbs the sleep more or less and is afien the cause of insomnia Many cases have been permanently curec1 by Chamberlains Stomach ant Liver Tablets For sale by Chas C Davi I MUST GO AT COST Must Go Att COST I 1 FOR BARGAINS IN SUMMER Suitings White Goods Shirt Waists Slippers and Straw Hats Jn fact any article thatis not worn in wintert rrV season that we now have on hand l glz ij will go at cost j V l 1 ii Gome and see for your ejrl sCr l We can save you Money f Ii J JICIHOCKERCO t r LIVINGSTONKY i W BIGGEST IN EISTOPtrY LIVE STOCK SHOW AT FAI3 BHEA3fS ALL RECORDS Chief Mills Announces Staff Will Have Charge of Exposition Events from August 22 to November 13 250000 in Prizes St Louis Aug 15 Beginning gust 22 and continuing until Novem ber 12 there will ba held on the Worlds Fair grounds the greatest live stock show in history More than a quarter of a million dollars have been set apart for prizes and there will be exhibitors from ever state in the Union and nearly every nation in the world Dates for the exhibition of stock are so arranged that each class will have a season and something will be con tinuously on display Horses asses and mules will be exhibited tram Mou day August 22 to Saturday Septem fromrSeptember 24 Sheep and swine will Octoaber to Saturday October 15 Poultry pigeons and pet stock will be ex hibited from Monday October 24 to Saturday November 5 Dogs and cats will be exhibited from Tuesday Octo ber 25 to Friday October28 The southern breeding cattle exhibit will continue from Monday rovember thrsame days there will be s of cat vdLColt the Department of Live Stock the Worlds Fair has completed his selec then of the show yard staff The pointments are as follows General superintendent J B Dinsmore of Ne braska superintendent of horses P Updegraff of Kansas superintend ent of cattle C R Thomas Missouri superintendent of sheep John L Thompson Indiana superintendent of swine George S Prine of Iowa super- Intendent of poultry T E Orr Penn pigeonsdtendent of dogs A P Vrodenburgh of New York marshal H H Hinds of Michigan assistant marshal A P HYThe men composing the above staff are all widely known in live stock cir cles throughout the United States and some of them have been connected with every stock show given in the country in recent years The Live Stock Forum and judges will be under the immediate protectfon of the show WEST ENTRANCE PALACE OF EDU CATION yard staff and every safeguard against interference with the judge in his ex aminations will be provided Arrangements have been made y the National Horse Breeders associations for public sales of horses dur ing the period ofihe horse show on tlic Fair grounds The highest class of horses has been assured for the sale and there will be no lack of spirited competition from buyers from all the horsebreeding districts ol the world FAIR MANUFACTURING COINS Gold Pieces Comparing with Californi- Quarters and Halves Are Made at the Exposition The smallest amount of gold ha has ever been issued in the form of coins were the quarters and halfdol lars issued by private gold producers of California for a few years follow ing the gold finds of 49 These were in a measure a necessity for the rea son that small currency was then cidedly scarce on the Pacific coas These diminutive gold coins have proved in recent years a decided curiosity to many and have advanced In value to about 500 per cent The interest found for these small gold pieces has prompted Farran Zerbe chief of the Worlds Fair souvenir coin department to privately issue gold pieces comparable with the California gold quarters and halves as companions for the Louis- Iana souvenir gold dollar They are coined from gold mined in the Louis- Iana teritory and in design are typical of the territory and its centennial celebration The obverse bears a fleur dells with L P E in the extended points surrounding are 14 stars representing the 14 Louisiana states and the date 13C1 The reverse is in scribed with the fractions a or V surrounded by Louisiana gold In connection with the Louisiana souvenir gold dollar these diminutive gold pieces are sold at face value the set of three pieces commanding 375 and are obtainable direct from the expositions coin department Thr dollars the price originally esta lished for the Louisiana souvenir gold dollar Is and will positively be main tamed c hove may laugh at locksmiths but hewhalaugbs last laughs best Published Every I M1J4 Miller Co WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Flour Meal Corn Shrpstuff Oats all kinds Field Seed Rye flourbeforepared to supply your wants in flour than ever WHEN you are healing our prices you are beating joinself by not getting the QUALITY We have any quality front Shipstuff up to the best Patent Flour this country affords and we advise all to pay the price and get the best It u the cheapest you save the difference Lard and enjoy a nice white biscuit cooked from Gold Medal Flour that has the reputation and the Medals from all the Worlds fairs down to Sf Louis Mo buying isle us for prices on Flout Meal ShipstuiV and Seed Rye Corn and Oats ttring in out IiIODUCL we pay top of the market in cash Yours foi business M J MILLER CO MT VERNON KY WILLLUISHUJtti Mr G A Deiiham Is visiting his brother W f Denham near Star fordMrs W H Parker has gone to spenda few weeks with her daugh ter Mrs Geo Freeman near Beli ginThe L N has begun to build a large and uptodate depot at this place It will be on the site of the oueMr George Parker left on rues day tor Louisville where he will begin his third year in a medical college Miss Lena Duke Hawkins has recovered from the typhoid fever and returned loMidwayto ester school again Several new buildings are going up in Willial11sburg and a great deal ofother improvements are being made So mir town seems to be looking up in every respect The way crime is being shown up in Louisville it would seem as ridiculous for that city to throw up crime to the mountains as it would be for the kettles pots and the gas works of Louisville to throw up black to a kitchen chimneyIA corps of surveyors and attend ants belonging to the Southern Railroad have pitched their tents just below town and are making observations up and down the river It looks like this means something and if we get another railroad here then Williams urg will become a manufacturing town and the best town in this part of the State HaREMEDY AIDS NATURE Medicines that aid nature are Chambertlains Cough Remedy acts on this plan It allays the cough relieves the lungs aids expectoration open the secrotions and aids nature in restoring the system to a healthy itts cures over a large part of the civil ized world Thousands have testi tied to its superior excellence It counteracts any tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia For sale by Chas C Davis VeteranI presume you never tooPI heat d boys coming outofschool IMIs SuburbT Dora Dora maIto the piano and play Hail to the Chief Here comes the new girl A REMEDY WITHOUT A PEER I find Chamberlains Stomach and Livtr Tablets more beneficial usebd Klote of Edina Mo For any 15nessIt peer a s C Davis ffif 1 r r Friday and arid BEFORE IIANSFOII1- It still continues very dry anda good time for saving fodder Mr W G N celey is in Mt Ver non taking Up lumber this week Mr Tim Bullock who has been sick of typhoid fee er is improving Miss Minnie Nicely entertained a number of her friends Saturday ceningIA number of young people from this place attended the baptizing Hopewell Sunday at1 Misses LizZie Gauif and Ona Me Mis3Idrumfmers Miss Georgia McFerron of Liv ingston spnt Saturday and Sunday with her sister Miss Mattie Mcl7erron Messrs George French W S Brown John McFerron S N Davis Frank Brady anItn Chant leI attended the teachers meeting SaturdayIannounce wedding of Mr Green Kirby and Miss Emily McFerron which was quietly celebrated at the home of the brides parentsIThe teachers meeting at this atYtended A bountiful dinner was served to the visitors by the patrons of the district and there was plenty on the board for all FEARFUL 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 he was troubled with kidney dis ease and neither doctors nor medi cines gave him relief At length he tried Electric Enters It put him oii his fet in short order and now he testifies Im on the road to complete recovery Best on earth for liver and kidney troubles and all forms of stomach and bowel complaints Only Soc Guaran teed by all druggists A schoolboy in Jewell City Mo essayIonis a low heavyset bird pomposed HeInnny s He likes the water and carries a toy baloon in his siumache to keep from pink ing The duck has only two legs and they are set so far back on his runninggear by nature that sh c me purty near missing his body Some ducks when they get big have curls on their tails and are called drakes Drakes dont have to set twinasruing and eat If Iwas to be a duck Id rba drake every time = N Y Tribune l LAND STOCK ANn CROP A G and J M Craig sold to W B Burton of Lancaster an extra good mute and a good saddle mare and a combined geldingat 10500 Hogs are HighAtMrs Lidi R Mcllvaines sale Tuesday hogs were sold at prices equal to 6 and 6 j ctS The fine corn crop and continued good price for fat hogs will make stockers sell high Flemingsburg TimesDemocrat J B Holloway sold to Jnc R Williams 7 head of fat cattle whkh averaged I250lb3 at 50 per hens alsj 3 heifers which averages 1060 Ibsat 31 So per head and 7 head of steers at 22 37 per head Jessamine Journal k Jonas Weil has bought two car load cattle from John WobdfordC 4 two loads from Ben Woodfoid an two from E K Thomas general a i45oUs at average price He also purchased nice bunch of Win Layson at Millers burg He has bought in all about 500 head in Bourbon at above ave age weight and priceParis New P N Bush sold publicly at Sc bees stock yards 22 head of graded cattle which brought the fallowing pricesoro A R Curry year ling bull 3075 Geo Brandeu burg 2 yearold bullz7 75 John Swope 2 bull calves 12 50 to 1500 Cas GofF yearling bull 23 Mr Adams yearling 2025 Jepth Haggard steer 5573 Mr Prewitt 2 steers 6650 Vnt Tuttle tieifer fi2o 25 T L Holladay yearling 22 25 Vtu Tuggle cow 10 J W Liver 2 rotes 24 and 210 Thos Harding heifer 750 A R Curry steer Sqoo Ned Crow four heifers for 4480 Geo Hunt steer 22 32 Winchester Democrat FROMi43 to 92POUNDS- One of the most remarkable cases of a cold deep feated on the lungs causing pneumonia is that of Mrs Gertrude E Fennel Marion Indwho was entirely cured by the use of One Minute Cough Cure She says Tito coughing and straining so weakened me that Iran down in weight from 148 to 92 pounds I tried 1 number of remedies to no avail un til I used One Minute Cough Cute Four bottles of this wonderful remedy cured me entirely of the cough strengthened my lungs alo restored me to my normal weight health and strength Sold by Mt Vernon Drug Company Dinner For TwoMr Newwxd How is that mv love Nothing iu the house to eat I gaffe you money this morning Mrs Newwcd esIhnowtut- elIran across the most exquisilel1 charming London dinner gong awfully fashionable you knowand I couldnt resist the temptation to buy Mi New wed But what shalle do for dinner V Mrs N2wwedWe can listen to thee gong t t 1 4it wass or MT VERNON SIGNAL FmD1t SEPT SO 1901 r Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT BSCRirriON ONE YEAR IOO Advr7int rules made known on application DO JC1LTICrrICIWll For IVcsident JUDGE ALTON IHfiOKS PAHKER Of New York For Vjrelrisident HON IIENTvY DAVIS Of west Virginia FrTEi1 Fifth Appellate District JUDGE JAMKS E CANTRILL of Georgetown For Congress HON G G GILBERT- of Shelby FOIL JUDGK Wcnre authorized to announce KU ItElHlTUUM all ramliJale forhnljeof HorlvC1 ty subject to the action of the UepuhlillQ party We are authorized to announce- P II SHUTTS- as a candidate for County liul re r jeer to the action of the republican party Primary November lllth FOR JAILERS Vare uillioried to announce IO1IXSOX ns a a HJatc Corliuler of Itockflostle Conn try stibjttt to the a tiou of the lJensiIHcui arr anthorixiil to announce- DKIKfill as Candida i fnrIniler of Rockea tle suhjec to Kis action of the ltepublita party We are authorized toaniiotmee L JAURKTl as a candidate fur Jailer of locki stl ty Miliject to the action of the UeluIHln party tte are authorized to annonnco CHARLEY CARMtCAL ns a candidate fur Jailer of llockcastht ty cnliject to the action of the HepiilIiciin party We are authorized to announce il CUMiilXS lI candidate for Jailer of thiLtUllllt jiit to the action of the Jtenuulican party We are authorized to announce W W CLARK as a candidate for Jailer of this count subject to the action of the Republican party W authorized to announce CARROLL MART1NK as a candidate for Jailer of Rock z astle county subject to the action of republican party Primary Net 1illsPOt SUPERINTENDENT We are authorized announce HALHUD as a candidate for reelection as Superin tendent of nocke tIe subjact to the action of the republican party We are authorized to announce- S DAVIS as a candidate for Superintendent of Rock castle Mihjeut to the action of the repub lican party FOR SHERIFF W are authorized to announce II L McPERROX as a candidate for Sheriff of Kockcas tit county subjecut to the action of the Republican party primary Nov liitb AVe are authorized to announce G S GRIFFIN- as a candidate for Sheriff of noekcaa tIe county subject to the action of the republican party Primary Nov 10 FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce K J McKINNEY as a candidate for Assessor of this coon long term subject to the action of the Republican party Pri hoary November hereby announce myself as a candidate fur the Republican iiituinatioa for the of Assessor of nockcastle County subjecth the uelioD of the Republican will be held for the purpose of nominating irpnblca candidates for the Various offices to be filled by the voter at the generalelee tion I have always been a consistent Republi ran ant have always been loyal to its nomi icef and nominated and elected I prom isi that will faithfully ind honestly dis charge tire duties of the office If the part pvs this honor to some other goo republic n shall do what can to bring shout his election at the general election lint feel that my services to the party en title 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 With 1 b Cummins as DeputyII i terehyuiaounee nyeultts a eandldate fur dtsor o fiill vs Ttiiy iauscd hy ilif deathof fNihcr J W Kirby Miljeit to the action of the repnhlimn party Jin tort IIHlkingII rues in my intcr but the interest dnay tiHtiir and her inf tit hildrcn fIll niiniinau and clop d trill will ha 1llIIttin liabnceuillh turnedover t1 will not be a iaulinHie fur the next lint j ask flits biisiuse feel lluii the family entitled to the balance of the trur Your friend U KIRBY e 4f COUNT JOUIiT CLEitJC to announce L TATE CuuntyCourl Clerk of 1II to the action of the We are authorized toannonuce the REV J CHASTEKN as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Uockrastle county subject to the action the republican party Primary Nov Wh JCrnMAWISTJlATK- Vc a iv authorized to WAI announeIas a acancidate for trict No1 subject to the action of republican party We are authorized to announce CHESLEY PAYNE as a candidate for Magistrate in the Fourth district subject to the action PrimaryiTHERE has been some complaint KentuckyIlacl November elect ion with their cus ternary enthusiasm When it i understood that the same conch tion of affairs exists in every other State and that both the democrat and 1atetitstKentucky is not an exception In fact the contentment that possesses the minds and souls of the demo cratic voters is proof that they have no fear of the result in Kentucky this year Governor Beckhams acne1tenuas convincing proof that Kentucky has returned to its allegiance to democratic truths and traditions and that never again will it turn from the faithof the fathers It is just as well however not be too confident Great party victories like great battles are only won b skillful management hard fghhll- and proper disposition of ones forces Kentucky is undoubtedlv a democratic State Under the most adverse conditions we can be sure of a majority of from ten to twenty thousand but this year the cam paign committee will not be satis fied with less than forty thousand It is the wish of every loyal man that the State be restored to its old place as a Gibralter democracy This can only be done by thorough organization in every precinct an by reusing the individual democrat to a sense of his responsibility in the premises He must not only cast his own vote but see that hi neighbor does likewise The re publicans are making a still hunt backed up by a big corruption fund corporatema not do to give them too much leeway GOVERNOR BECKHAM will open the campaign at Frankfort on October 3rd On that same day thous ands of other eloquent democrats will set the ball rolling in the various districts It will be a con certed movement against the ranks of the enemy and there will be no cessation of the good work untii the polls close in November AI though the leptiblicans are showing no signs of life and have DemoIcratssociates of the campaign committee e aregoing to labor as hard as if th State were debatable ground It tnessagetdemocrats o tucky goes 40000 for Parker art Davis NOT only the possibility but the probability of Judge Parkers elec tion becomes apparent as soon as one studies election victories of the last two contests In 1896 Bryan received 176 electoral votes It is conceded that Judge Parker is cer toiglu to carry every Sate that Bryan thigs number the 36 votes of New York and the 13 votesof Kentucky vhich went for McKinley and it will give hint 224 votes last 15 short of the carriesdnext Presi dent If he carries West Virginia and Wisconsin he will win In fact there are a dozen different probabilities that make it easy to forecast a democratic victory GROVER CLEVELAND has written a number of articles in behalfof Parker and Davis and it is probable twotspeeches for the icet in Nev Jerlsey and Connpclicut While IIexingsay lace do we have to admit that cuts no jce in the Eastern States nod that his influence may bring New Jersey and Connecticut back 11Grover Silver men who hate him like the devil hates holy water will forgive him many of his sins POLITICS AND POLITICIANS Cornelius Vanderbilt has refused to accept the Republican nomina tint for Con in the Thirteenth districtfPresident Roosevelt will soon issue a call for the nations of the world to join in a second Cotlgre at The Hague foiSthe promotion ol arbitration D c Edwards in person file at Frankfort the certificate of his nomination for Ccnpress Eleventh Kentucky Congressional district ticketuJudge Parker after two days conference with the democratic leaders in New York City return ed to Esopns highly giatified with the party prospects iu New Yorl State aud throughout the country RepublicauSfor Congress in the Tenth district will institute during this campaign a novelty in the wa of conducting canvass Thei platformt will travel together sleep together They are the best of friends now and believe that they can save the wear and tear on the voters have bigger crowds and cover the situa tion by going together than by holding separate meetings T P Blakey the Republican candidate wasn Louisville yesterday and galled at Republican headquarters His opponent is Congressman F A Hopkins and the two have been close personal friends for some tin Mr Blakey said yesterday V e will have to go over the district or a large part of it on horseback justgas a canvass We expect to meet on the stump speakinig same a thoughwe will make speeches ii Breathitt county we do not expect the debate to provoke any disorder We will have a nice quiet time of it I am certain CourierJournal Satur d n ayINEWS 1TEli iMrs Peter Lewis of Blockley Iowa mistook her husband for a chicken thief and killed him hass advanced the price of all grades of petroleum except the Ragland pro duct Under the will of Mrs Elizabeth Green Kelly of Chicago the Uni versitv of Chicago will receive about Fair attendance for last week was 770418 and the total attendance 17792828 up to September 24 i Editor J H Dearborn of the Graphic at Guthrie Ky has dis appeared and it is feared that he has been foully dealt with While responding to a toast at Frontenac N Y and just after wishing his friends and himself long life H M Magill of Cincinnati dropped dead The Archbishop of Canterbury was rceived by President Roose art night was entertained at dinner by Mr grid Mrs Roosevelt Between 5000 and 6000 tobacc- d growers in the dark district of Kentucky and Tennessee met at Guthrie and organized the Dark District Tobacco Planters Associa tion In a running fight near Laporte Inda railroad detective captured John Sbellman who confessed that he was at the head of a gang of ca robbers operating in Indiana Ohio Illinois and Michigan The population of Naples is alarmed by the increased eruption of Mount Vesuvius Many for eigners including a large number of Americans have beep attracted there by the outbreak of the vol canoJacob Songer of Attica Ind the venerable mail catrier on the route from Attica to Kramer has just celebrated his eightyseventh birthday and is believed to be the oldest lettercarrier in active service in the United States There are 33200000 Chinese speaking the same language mak ng Chinese the most spoken Ian guage There are many dialects however which seem scarcely to belong to the same tongue The inhabitants of Mongolia and Thibet can barely understand the dialect of the people of Pekin Other wide spoken languages areas follows millions English 120 German t 70 Uu sian 68 Por tuguese 32ITwo passenger trains on the Southern railway carrying heavy lists of passengers collided near Newmarket Tenr and fittyflur people were killed and more that 100 were injured several of whoa probaoly will die Tile wrec vas caused by the failure of an en iueeitoobey otders Relief iraim vere sent out troth Knoxville aiu deadswho were recovered from tie wreck were taken to the city The bode s weredburied under the debris at tht scene of the collision A plan to poison James H Mul and his family at Lexington- ISaturday night for the purpose of securing a large estate recently be queathed to the family miscarried only by the confession of a colored house boy who claims to have beeu hired by a near relative of the Mulligan family to poison them The negro placed a large quantity of arsenic in a baked salmon which was served for dinner Saturday evening He weakened when he saw the family sit down to the table and gave warning barely in time The near relative whom the negro accuses will not be arrested SCRAPS o JET Turners tltIUUi u mer o u Events That Break Monotony Lik Little Bombs aBustin inSt Peters burg eA writer in a Chicago paper says I Mayor Harrison arrived at his o fine wearing pink shirtRe- dI weather HeIm an independent voter always vote for the best man SheHow can you tell who the best man until after the votes are counted ilJesse Wilder killed a very large snake yesterday said he cut it intc just behind the forelegs with ar axHuckelberry Hill Cor Sneec ville Tenn Times It has been discovered that titer is only 156 in the Mississippi State RepublicnI s you yon had better be going Its near ly midnightitMr Blubber Why no darling L wont be midnight for two months yet- Cambridge 0 specl Cincinnati Post aysMrs R C Doughert has taken from her garden a cucum her which measures 16 inches ii length 12 inches in circumferenct sand weighs 3 pounds Patient Waiting NoLossPard You have been engaged for the past two years and can well afford to marry Why dsnt you do it Mr Kissem gloomilyI am waiting for her pet dog to die I dread to think of my thirtieth itthday began Miss Passay sompIto you then or you woulnt remem her it this long Philadelphia Ledger Friend How about the subma rine vessel you invented Could 0you make it stay down Inventor Yes but the fool thing wouldnt come back up again Bal timore American Made The Town Ugly Some man was a little toe previous and careless with his sixshooter Sun day night The west end of town was made hideous by the barking NewsrBoth DangerousI tell you said the man with the young son it takes joyear olds to create mischief Excuse me spoke up the man with the red nose but do you mean children or whisky WHAT IS LIFE In the last analysis nobodyknows- but we do know that it is under strict law Abuse that law even slightly pair results Irregular living mean derangement of the organs resulting in constipation headache or liver trouble Dr Kings New Life Pills quickly re adjust this Its gentle yet thor ought Only 25C at all druggists CASTORIAFor Infants and Children mat Kind You Have Always Bought Bats the tgnatarii of THE SUNDAY BIBLE SCHOOL Lesson hi the International Series for Cot ber 2 1804 Slisha- Succssds BHJh Prepared by the Highway and By Copyright way PreacherI IL Kings 21222 Memory verses 1214 And Kllshu saw it and ke cried My Father my Father the thnriot of Israel and the horsemen thereof And he saw him no mote and he took hold of his own other and rent them in two puecea He took up also the mantle of Elijah thut tell from lilui and went back and utooti by the bank of Jordan And he took the mantle of Elijah that fell from him and smote the waters and Where the Lord God of Kijah And when he also had smitten the watery they parted hither and thither and Elinha went over And when the sons of the prophets which were to view at Jericho saw him they said The spirit of Elijah doth rest on Ellsha And they came to meet hra and ixiwed them elve to the ground befoie htm And they said unto him Behold now here be with thy servants fifty strong men et them go we pries thee and seek thy master lest peradventure the Spirit or the Lord hath taken him up acd cast hint jpon some mountain or into some valley And he said shall not send And when they urged him tin he was ashamed he sat3 Send Tt sent therefore fifty men and they sought three days but found him not And when they clime again to Mm for be tarried at Jericho he said unto them not say unto you Go not And the men of the city said unto ElI sha Behold pray thee the situation of Us city is pleasant as my ord teeth but he water is naught and the jtround br en And he said Bring me a new cruse tad put salt therein And they brought it o him 21 And he went forth unto the spring of be waters and cast the salt In there and aid Thus saith the lord I have hvaled hese waters there shall not be from hence any more death or barren land So the waters were healed unto this ay according to the saying of Elsha which he spake- SCRtPTURAL SECTION The entire Chapter with a review of KMsliaa call King 1916 GOLDEN TEXTtet a double portion af thy spirit be upon meIL Kings 29 TIME Immediately folio wing the events of the lesson for September The prophets ministry extended through about titty earsPLACEThe scene of Elijahs transla tlon and at Jericho Beginning of a Great Mission The Place of Entitlement EHsha was destined to fill the place ot a great prophet and our lesson today Intro luces us to the initial events In hi areer which are preparatory to and prophetic of the future Success of his mission U Elisha were to nIl Elijahs place he must be endued with Elijah spirit The disciples to perform the Lords service must wait for enduement of power for the descent of His Spirit Acts 14 The servant of the Lord today must wait for the power and inspiration which will equip for service What had brought Eliaha here The place of such enduement Is always marked by 1 Watchfulness lisha watched Revelation Elisha saw the presence and glory of God as Elijah was snatched from earth to Heaven and H quickened his heart to t new consciousness of God and His jower The soul that watches eagerly and persistently will be rewarded with a revelation of God which will thrIll he whole being and call into life new Capabilities and create new possibili jes The Place of Testing The place eil esting always lies just beyond thr place of enduement Elisha in the vilderaess beyond Jordan gazing uj Into the heavens would never prove in efficient or worthy successor of Eli lab The toolong gazing up lute Heaven needs Divine rebuke Acts Elisha must return and in the pathway of the return lay the broad jnfordable Jordan the Place of Test ng Air that he had was the bare word of the prophet and the mantle ov Elijah which was the evidence of Eli iahs departure The testing was for the double purpose of revealing to Ell sha himself and to the sons of the prcphcts gazing from the hills of Jeri cho the fact that ElJjaVs spirit har descended upon Elisha Elisha went overthe place of enduement and the place of testing were just behind bu the place of discipline lay before him The Place of Discipline For thre days while the willful unbelievin students of the college pursued the fruitless search Elisha waited at Jeri cho Those were days of discipline While the search was on for Elijah Elisha must wait and waiting Is the most trying kind of discipline The Place of ServiceAnd now come to the place or service Endue ment testing discipline and at last service The discipline ended Elisha finds his position strengthened in thE city Doubtless during those threr days there was much discussion m thE city of Elijahs disappearance which tended to advertise Elisha People go to discussing the miraculous events of the past few days and as a result faith in Elisha Increased Then came the opportunity of service The mere of the city came making request that the noxious waters might be healed liars was a call to servlce But why salt to cure the brackish waters likcures like haslong been a familiar say- Ing The use of salt suggests Gods meth od of healing the worlds sin The shed ding of blood to cleanse the crimson stains of sin Death to cure death Bits for Contemplation When the soul becomes a singer lifo becomes a song Temper is a good thing to keep but a bad thing to show Courtesy and good manners are com mendable In a young man The palms of His hands will last long after all histories have disappeared To consider welt is good to decide right is better to act promptly is best Christian activity haslts fountain In Christian experience Where the heart has felt no baptism the hand will have no cunning United Presbyterian Some goo d oil wells are coming n in Wayne county GENTS PE a AGENTS TIlE O8EATBST BOOK OF THE DAY 1iCAMPBr J Jonxa AGENTS REPORTS It CWorked one day revived orders TexasWorked nightVSoIdono day got TU LARTINtIIOTTCtAtlubG I I iih Celebrated Tennant Sloe preferable Dura they flr 4 AWortOF ASTE- ap elllThet quaesMaMaria ShyECosrtouis the djMt Vernon Ky Jf fJ q I GRANVILLE OWENSI LIXIITtlephon o 1 S B1RAMSEY For Meats ofall Give us a trial and ifwe please yon tell others if not tell us MEAT delivered in any part of town SHOP in basement opposite Coirt house Quasn Crescent R uta SHORTEST LINE AND QUICKEST SCHEDULES ijKnoxvilleSavannah Jt1mtat Jacksonville Birmingham New Orleans Shreveport and Texas Points E8 AIKEN Trav Passr Agt 89 E Main Str cxington Ky WA CARP inr Qcn Mgr W C RINEARSON ten Passdigit N IYroo 7 DAILY nw- oSUNDAY i proin ses be one of the most in vv XOVY and get all the news V W P Ky DAILY TO Iron Mountain Route operate Pullman Tourist Sleepers St Louis to California leaving 831 a m daily via Little Rock Te irkana Dallas Foil Worth and E Paso Tile Route to Caliror his Fast Schedule cheap Colo ist rates in daily during months of March and April ego to California and the Northwest Pullman tourist sleepers via Missouri Pacific Railway leave St Louis every 9 am from Kansas City and Fridays 630 p m going via Pueblo D R G s tern through Glen wood Springs Salt Lake City to Ogden etc and Colonist tales tr various points in the West and Southwest overy first and hire etch month For inij folders consult nearest Ticket Agent of address R T G MATTKKWS T P A Room 301 Norton mar I8tf Ky Jr Sa ALWAYS Foi nice fittiiiir Style and hility have no Fru Collins All Mail DCt b Fresh Kinds DEMOCRAT FOR THREE MONTHS This wltielwillto Mist Subscribe WALTON Lexington TOURIST SLEEPERS CALIFORNIA Ideal effect Thursday Wednesdays Thursdays Homeseeker Tuesdays descriptive ItterarureLrates- etc BMg Louisville superior exciting i i iV BUCKLENS ARNICA SALVE His vnrd ride fame fur marvel ous cures It sitrp s a any other rive lotion Ointment or halni for rule corns hunts boils sores elttne ulcers tetter salt rheum fever sores chapped hands skin eruptions infallible fur piles Cure etiaranteed Only 25 at altdrug gjsts I lt F f MT VERNON SIGNAL M YtmNuN Ky bii 30 WOl- 7 9 Calf up No 79 vhenvnn wont toComiiunlcnte with SIGNAL 79 I 4 Nasa TIME TABLE 24 north 1206 pme 26 north 308 a mI 23 south 129 p nl 25 South 105 a nn IAS LANDRUJI Agent Phone No 58 Battredat the tlt Verna ny Ptlliee aec Gaoduo matter PERSONAL Elbert Hansel continues very sick pCharleythis week Judge S D Lewis left Monday for St Louis Mrs Jas Maret has been very sick for several daystC M Cummins made a business trip to Corbin Monday Miss Mat Williams will visit the Worlds Fair next week Mrs Kitty Smith made a short visitto Stanford this week Miss Ellen Butner is in Living ston this week writing insurance Cossie Sutton is on the sick list and Sam Pennmgton is filling his place in U G Bakers store We are glad to note that our worthy townsman Willis Griffin is very much improvedsThe many friends of that splend id citizen Per Hiatt will be glad to learn that he is improving Jonas McKenzie W M Poyri ttr and F L Thompson attended the burial of Mr John Brown yesf terday Mrs E B Miller left Wednesday for Hubble Lincoln county wherf r she willjoin Mr Miller and their future home Hon R H Tomlinson of Lan caster was here Saturday to bet n meeting of the stockholders of the Rockcastle Development Co Misses Fannie McClure and Nan ore Carmical spent a while last Sunday with the family of Robert Hatchsr near Level Green Wallace McWhorter and family were the guests of Mr and Mrs Gran Adams Sunday Wallace is making a splendid showing with his extra gang C A Snow the harness maker who worked for S W Davis sever al years ago is with him a ainI He has been a musician with Sells Forepaughs show for the past two seasons Rev F P Gates was up fromILivingston Monday and rangements with this office e printing of the minutes of the Bap tistAssociation of which he is clerk W T Evans traveling salesman for Floyd fe Bohr was llereI Wednesday an3 told us he had just returned rom a fifteen days trip io Teunt and had sold over t8oo worth of harness in that lengthof time Pretty good Mrs Kitty Smith of Mt Vernon answered Mrs Dr Hugh Reids advertisement Nurse wanted and caroehere Saturday and secured the position She is an experienced and excellent woman in the sickroom and Mrs Reid is to be con I gratulated on securing her services Interior Journal LOCAL Dont fail to register next Tues day The Rev Ray Miller will preach- at the Presbyterian church Sunday Fritz Krueger completed th hank building at East Bernstadt and has the foundation for the new bank at Brodhead almost finished Col T B Demaree Prohibition State Elector will address th voters of Rockcastle in the court house here next Tuesday Oct 4 The Withers Furniture Co composed of Messrs W W Withers and Logan R Hughes of Stanford have sold their interests to Messrs W A Tribble and Alfred Pence FALL OPENING SATURDAY OCTOBER ST You are cordially invited to tend the Opening Display ofstylis and beautiful Pattern Hats Come and see the lovely new blended autumn shades now used in milli 4 nery MRS SALLIE WILLIAMS voters in the towns of Mt ITh Livingston and Brodhead must register October 4th and ic member if you fail to do o you will lose your vote The L N will sell the special LouisIThe L N will Sell tickets to Lniisville Oct 2nd to 8th inclu 161rounddays for 412 round trirIIThe Court of Appeals decided Wedne day that the new registration law is constitutional and that a1 voters in incorporated towns must register or lose their vote Next Tuesday is the day WITHDRAWS Having derided to withdraw from the race for the short term for assessor I wish to thank my friends for the loyal sap given me S B RAMSEY Revs J C Carmical and F P Gates Messrs J Thos Cherry and H C Gentry the executive hoard of the Rockcastle Baptist Asssocia ion will meet in the Baptist church- at this place Wednesday night October 12t- hNOTICEAlt accounts that are due must be settled at once or I shall place them in the hands of an attorney for collection We mean just what we say G T JOHNSON sept 30 3t Wildie Ky Mose Gatliff a son of the late Squire Jim Gatliff shot and killed Bob Rigsby at the latters home near Wildie Monday One report the trouble came up over a dog while another says it was the result of an old ufleersGatliff NOTICE W H Brown of the of Price Brown having sold his interest to his partner Dr T Price all persons owing said will please settle same at once ae we wish to wind upall the fire business as soon as pos hible PRICE BROWN Sept 3031 Level Green Ky FOR SALEOne horse harness and spring wagon fifty or sixty pairs Belgian hares two bull oldgoodonesspecialties such as roasters bakers etc which I have on hands since canvassing Will sellat a sacrifice J P LECHLEITER sept23t Mt Vernon Ky Fridays Interior Journal con tained a splendid likeness and writeup of Mr J C Hayes a former Rockcastle man who wants to be jailer of Lincoln MrI Hayes is one of the best Democrats in all the country and a gentleman in every respect and has many friends in this county who are wishing him success The Winchester Granite Brick Cos Works at Dudley Rockcastle county are hard run just now to keep up with pressing orders The business of thecompanv isgrowing- at a rapid rate Shiments have been made to Paris Georgetown Winchester and Lexington Cars are now loading for Lexington and Huntington Orders are now in for CltatattoLa Tenn Lon don and Cynthiana The second order for the Proctoria Ho tel has been Broin andtbe brick will be as possi ble The is also making almost daily shipments of sands screening plant is now being in etalled so that a fine sand ready for use can be delivered in car load lotsWinchester Democrat Miss Annie M Lyon will begin Sheie will have the Intermediate depart meut in the afternoon Miss Lyon has made a special study of the small stringed instrumentsguitar hadea wide experience as a teacher first in Filmores School of Music Mil waukee then in the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music and the University School of Music Wis consin and later in the GainsvilleIn Wishsome patrons s Harry M Pillsbury Mrs Geo W Peckham Mrs Frank Bigelow o Milwaukee NOTIGEr I have just returned from the City with a large and complete line of Millinery Goods consisting of Ladies Misses and Childrens Hats Allof the newest styles in colors and shapes We cordially invite everyone to attend our opening SATURDAY OCT 1ST Miss SAMIE PuRCELl With Purcell Sisters sep3otf Brodhead KIfew have refused to give ISome to the town inI to again state for the efit of all that the Circuit Court has ordered that this be done and if taxes are not collected and the streets and sidewalks repaired the town is going to have the opportunity of paying several hundred dollars in fines which of course will be of no benefit to the townexpect- as an object lessonand still the work will eventually have to be done So why not all join hand and stop kicking Ifanyone doubts that there is a corporation or the legality of the present hoard of trustees they are invited to vestigate the records and ifnot sat fied with that give it a test in the courts DBAD About 8 oclock Tuesday night the sad and unexpected news flashed over the wires that Mr John M Brown was dead Mr Brown was born reared and lived in this county all his life except the last seven or eight years when he made his home with his sons Dr E J Brown of Stanford Iudr W H Brown of Preachersville being at the latters home at the time of his death He was 73 j eat s oldand during his long career at all times wielded a great influence for good In the community in which he lived As we heard a friend sayon yesterday If he an enemy in all this he lived so long countyI knew it Besides his one daughter Mrs Ellen Baker survive him The remains were brought back to this county and at 9 oclock yesterday morning were laid to rest in the Rock Springs burying ground beside his wife who preceeded him many years M Owens and A J Pike RevsI ed short prayers and the Rev Carmical made a short and appropriate talk aj the grave Says the Harrodsburg Democrat of Mr W Hutcheson Bankiatorganization has resigned He its organized this bank and to his efforts is due the signal success of the bank since its organization Taking everything into considera tion the first years work of this bank will compare favorably with any bank in the State During the last year Mr Hutcheson has organized a number of banks throughout Central Kentucky and there is such a demand on his services in probablywork of that kind He seems to be a natural financier and together with the strength that a thorough education affords his experience the banking bUines1- a thorough knowledge of human nature a congenial disposition and above all a young man of the highest moral character places himIas a leader of the banking ty of our State He will be a val uable accession to any bank secur ing his services The people of Mercer county while they regret- to know that he will soon leave our county yet they can and do give him their unqualified endorsement- as a thoroughly equipped banker and high toned gentleman in every respect CIRCUIT COURT Since our last issue the following appears of record in the Circuit Court Henry Hellard was given four years in the pen for killing Abe Drew It will be remembered that at the May term Hellard was given 21 years on this charge but was granted a new trial by t he Court of Appeals Robert Burton was given two years for attempting to assault a ten year old girl Henry Cox was given two years for the killing of William Gant at Pine Hill last Christmas Joe Frosj who was connected with Cox in the killing had his c1seI continued until the next term MartIwas COLLEGE NEWS The College Dormitory is begin ning to assume a homelike appear ance and the members of the facuS ty are taking their meals in the house All feel very grateful tar Mrs Miller for her kindness during the last two weeks t School opened September iqth with twent four students There HntliMiss Lyon who lias been so long expected is now with us though stillunable to be in school MrI Ray Miller who will assist in the Collegiate department andOCCUpy the pulpit of the Presbyterian chapel once a month arrives today IOn Wednedatsa little later work in musiC literature etc learned during the week will be given in the chapel We shnl he glad to have the parents come in then or any other morning and remain to visit classes Miss Nicholas1 pupils sing The Dairy Maid very nicely last Wediiesdiy tits Sparks and Mrs Betmmim were visitors With a corps of well trained and hardworking teachers and a ready helpfulness on the part of the peo pIe seldom met with outsile of Kentucky the school can not fai- lI4II1NGSTOrt Dr Denny was in Comm Mon dayMrs James Aldrich ison the sick listMiss Jennie Hammond is visiting relatives in Jellico- J C Hock er is attending court at Danville this week Mrs Vm Stanley was very sick Tuesday with neuralgia W C Mullins was in Mt Ver Wednesday on business Mrs Bert Whiteheadvisited vela tives in Lincoln county last week Mrs LaArence Dickerson and Earl are visiting relatives in Paris Born to Mrs L wis Steele Saturday September 24tha daughter Clarence Elmore of Stanford isf the guest of E S Elmore and family Miss Lettie Caldwell of London has been the guest of Mrs J S Cooper Misses Gertrude and Bessie Gates returned from Hazel Patch last SaturdayJLittle Fred Merimee is recovering from an rapidlyI typhoid fever Mr J lLIirewer of is the guest of his d Naslwil1eI John R Carter Mrs W RDickersou sOn of Brodhead are visiting Mrs Joe Dickerson i Mrs R A Sparks and children visitingII Thursday September 22nd a a little daughter Margaret Emma George French and Miss Georgia McFerron visited Miss Mattie Mc Ferron at Hansford Saturday and Sunday chilIIMrs Rebecca Lucas and children IllITee Griffin and Miss Bertina Mullins have returned after a visit withrelatives at St Louis They took in the Worlds Fair Mrs E S Ehnort has a full line of fall hated open for inspection at her home Everybody welcome to calland examine and buy Mrs Eva Graves and children of Lebanon Junction and Miss Annabel Dishon of Lincoln county are visiting Mesdames George Pope and Bert Whitehead QUAIL A great deal of sickness in this locality at this time T C Hamm is in Mt Vernon this week on ttie jury Dry weather still prevails iu this part and water is scarcer than has been known for years There are about 20 good cattle awaiting buyers in this section They can be bought right James Miller has gone to th Bluegrass to live =Levi Ponder and Wm Miller have retunud rOlnI Livingston Wade Brown is finishing thej school begun by P H Shutts Mr IlIntt having resigned to enter the race fur County Judge Miv John A Proctor is bossing the carpenters workon Charlie Tliomr sans irousein Pulaski John always leads in his profession Messrs Hamm Sayers and Robert Brdightonj are boysI 4 1fil q x Q M3 Clfk f EAT and L IV p Lo w ft l We are preparedto furnish our Jjj 4 Customers with the best Flour H on Earth atW=3 i cerprices and every a Sack is guaranteed or Morfey re E f funded R Family Floui per 100lbs 280 per 24lh bag TOc ti f S Standard Pat 100 lbs ti30Oper 24lb bag 7oc M 5 f1Blotf MEAL CORN AND SHIPSTUFF R At Reasonable prices gHoUk e Adamsa 4- Phone Xo 7o MT VEUNON KY ji- XXf a r yY x v Vv y w q j- paring to move their sawmill from the Sutton pond to the John Sayers to cut a body of ti mber Married Mr Morris Thompson- of Pulaski and Miss Corda Burnet sister of Mrs John Thompson- were married Wednesday Sept 2it at the home of John Thompson Rev James Cummins officiat ing Heres hoping them a happy journey through life AnIIerly of this county but lived in Pulaski at the time of hisdeath Tlie remains were interred at FriendshipSaturday afternoon i t BIt0Ji11 L11 Urban Cass is on the sick list this week W H Sowder wife and two children are all improving Mrs G W Brooks iswith her husband near Lebanon this week Mr Edgar Dunn of Danville spent Sunday with homefolks here Horace Benton left last week for Bowling Green where he entered schoolJ Penuiugton night operator- at this place attended the big show at Lebanon Monday The procted meeting at the Bap tist church continues with much interest there ditions to the churcbIMr Ross home in Lou spending some time with his er Mr Per Hiatt who is slowlyI improving Prof and Mrs Dinesmore of Be rea are spending several days with us and giving some fine lectures and views at the Christian church which are greatly enjoyed by every oneMrs Mina wife of Alex Tyree died at her home in this place Sat urday October 24 After funeral services at the Baptist church Sun day conducted by Bro Pike the rc mains were taken to the Christian church for interment A husband and three little girls are left to mourn the loss of a devoted wife and mother BEST FOR THE BOWELSe oUheIopen sbape ThICANDY I a CATHARTIC EAT EM LIKE CANDY DJOoodbookletor KEEP YQUR BLOOD GLEAM V1fCrt Ll t FOR t III1fsf U iALSO Ii- L Gomplete Line of Pharmaceuticals P AND it Toilet Articles G aI10I t eJtm PHONE 64Day or Night l i mIfMT VERNOX KY l GRFFIN r j WILLISPractical Undertkerand FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Kv Stock Complete IIIFINEmbalming done on short notice Come and seeme anything I have not got can get for you on firs ain that leave the cic- yORDERS bywire Promptly Filled Phone No 6 J The World All Knows The Louisville Henderson and St Louis 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 West or Southwest ASK US FOR RATES And Aak Us Fist IIIf there are reduced rates in effect on account of occasions Home Seekers or Colonists Ex Icursions we have them E f1V r OtAACK G L GARRETT 1l titiL J 1RWIN General Passenger Agent Louisville Kentmlcv fAyersPHIs Want your moustache or beard- abeaatifulbrownorrlchblackUse Acts directly on the liver They cure constipation sickl1eadache1Sold lt w r iii 4 i rBIG DAYS AT FAIR MANY FEATTTBES PLANNED FOR ST LOUIS EXPOSITION Events of WorldWide Importance Crowd One Another on Programme Nations States and Cities Eure Assignments Each of the remaining days of the Worlds Fair season has a programme filled with special events that offer ad ditlonal attractions for late visitors National and state governments cipalities secret societies trade nlI izations and college fraternities arranged to participate in the Jays allotted to them and specialI 9f persons will be drawn Worlds Fair upon these occasions 20 rennsylvania Day and Congress for the Deaf 22 Missouri Week begins Pythian FireIruensDeiitscherKreiger Band Day 25Conventlons of Dental Exam iners and Bank Clerks Ramsey Family Reunion 27 Liberal Arts Day 29 Inauguration of Great Olympic Games Marathon Race An Olympic Games 30 Tennis toir men 31Eagles Daysnd Tyler Family Reunion Jnternation1 Tug of War In Olympic Games 1 Tennessee and Indiana Day Dumbbell and Hurdle Races in Olym pic Games j 2Jeweler andl Silversmiths Day 3 Sons and Daughters Justice ternational Team Race In Olympic Oanies5Labor Day and beginning of Lumbermens Wee- ktjOllahoma Day 7 Convention of Post Office Clerks and Brigham Family Reunion Modern Woodmen Day 9 California Odd Fellows and and Honue of HooIIoo Day OReunlon of Spanish War Veterans 12 Maryland Day Worlds Ama teur Cricket contest Cattle Show opens in Live Stock section closes September 2- 113CathoHc Knights of America 14 Woodmen of the WorM and State of Louisiana Da- y15St Louis Day GIexico Day and Germanic Con gress 17 Massachusetts and Colorado Day19Congress of Arts and Science and Arizona Day Olympic Golf Cham pionship tournament 20 Nevada Day Archery contests 21 Illinois Da- y22Arkansas Day 23Lewls and Clark Centennial position Day and Virginia Day DayzDay Military Ath letic carnival 27North Dakota and Apple Day 28InternaUonal Congress of Law i r yers and Justices and Utah Day 29 Knights and Ladies of Security pay OKansas Day Indian Territory Day Eques trian Polo Championship contests iNew York City Day Sheep and Swine exhibition in Live Stock section closes October 1- 54New York State and Advertis ing Mens Da- y5Rhode Island Day GMarne Ohio New Jersey and German Da- y7W C T U and Daughters of the Confederacy Day 8Chicago Press Day 10Cubas National Day 11 Missouri Day 12Italian and Michigan Day 13Connecticut and City of Detroit Day HA A U Wrestling Champion ship Day 15Mystic Toilers Day 17 American Llfirary association DayISAlaska Nebraska and Helen Keller Day 19Jefferson Day 20Meeting of Colonial Dames of America21Congregational Day 22 Fraternal Mystic Circle j 24Bankers of the World Day and National Council of Women Poultry Pigeon and Pet Stock exhibition in Live Stock section closes November 5 25 Clergyman Day Dog and Cat exhibition in Live Stock section closes October 25 26Nut Growers Dairymen and Silk Culturists Congress 27Farmers Moss exhibition Turners Moss exhibition jtSA A U Gymnastics Champion ship 29Home Missionary convention- A A U Gymnastic Championships Incomplete 2 Conventions Kings Daughters and Sons and National Humane Sir ciety 3 Collegiate Alumni association 5 Missouri University Day 7Interscholastic Football Games Southern Breeding Cattle exhibit in Live Stock section closes Novem bar 12 10College Relay Racing 12College Football in Brooklyn Da- yIGAsoclatlon Football 17Crcss County Championships 1SAs oclation Footbal- l21Interscholastlc Football ON THE INCREASE WORLDS FAIR TRAVEL GETTING HEAVIER White the voluimi of travel to St Louis on account of the worlds Fair has not quite come up to the expectations of the Worlds Fair management or the railroads it has been as large as was expected all things considerediThe sepltemberand during these three months the admission will undoubtedly equal if not surpass the entire number registered up to August 31 inclu siveIt is certainly a lig grand show and one that no person with the means should miss It is the opportunity of a life time in an educational way and one that will be taken advantage of by the great ma jority of the people of Americans are proud of and justly so On account of its unexcelle train service both as regards equipment and accommodations the Louisville Henderson and St Louis railway better known as the Hen I1la1jorityand have beyond a doubt been more instrumental in contributing to the success of the Fair than any other railroad in this territory The Henderson Route is justly entitled to all the praise that is be ing showered on them as their irain service is unquestionably the finest operated in or out of Kentucky and their schedule of trains is more nearly maintained than on tile majority of roads For comfort in travel and for the best accommodations and safest train schedules theres but one thing to at al times keep in mind get the Henderson Route habit and request this ronting in purchas iiig your tickets A BOYS WILD RIDE FOR LIFE With family around expecting him to die and a son riding fur life 8 miles to get Dr Kings New Discovery foi Consumption Coughs and Colds W H Brown of Lees ville Ind endured deaths agonies from asthma but this wonderful medicine gave instant reliefand soon cured him He writes I nowsleepsoundly every night Like marvelous cures of consumption pneumonia br on ch tis coughs colds and grip prove its matchless merit for all throat and lung troubles Guaranteed bottles soc and r Trial bottles free at all druggists Here is a small boys essay on the fly The fli is a little animile that gets in the butter in the good oje Summer time It hai eight legs 4 to walk on two to shuffle together and two to tickle with Flies are found allover Amerka but mostly on bald heds He are the cause of much cussin by folks what he pesters with his tickling legs Tha fli cannot be stuck up fer he has eyes in his back right behind the shoulder blades The fli loves to get on a babys nose and shuffle his feet It is fun to leave him bee on the babys nose if yes mother aint aroun to land on you fer it The fli is commonly called flu lint he has another name Pop calls him a helluvanuisance AyelS For coughs colds bronchitis asthma weak throats weak lungs consumption take Ayers Cherry Pectoral CherryPectoral Always keep a bottle of it in the house We have been saying this for 60 years and so have the doctors I1ave Ayers Cherry PectorIinsiy family for It is thu belt medlrine the 4Uleu for throat and trouble J K nega II sIrgits for Ayxn1lowell The LungsI IDaily action of the bowels Is neces Aid nature with Ayers Pills CHAMBERLAINS COUGH REMEDY This is a medicine of great worth and merit Try it when you have a cough or cold and you are certain to be pleased with the quick relief which it affords It is pleasant take and can always be depended upou For sale by Chas C Davis iN SUMMERTIME DOWN 13Y TliE SEA This is the title ofa new andI magnificent song aino chorus written by Alfred J Doyle with areI inarkalle pJetty waltz chorus This song will surely be admired I by everybody CHORUS In Summertime down by the sea jTIieonly real place boys lor me Take a ride on a trolley get there before dark Take your sweetheart to Dreamland to Luna Park 1or down by the sea The place where we all like to be Where the breeze softly blows And were every one goes In Summertime down by the Spa Price 5O cents par coppy By sfnding 25 cents in luIIStreet New York a oppy will be sent post paid MeD OIOill Timbers of oak keep the old homestead standing through the years It pays to use the right stuff Men of oakare then in t rugged health men hoseS bodies are made of the est materials Childhood is the time to lay the foundation for a sturdy constitution that will last for year Scotts Emulsion is the right stuffScotts Emulsion stimulates the growing powers of children helps them builda firm foundation for a sturdy constitution Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409415 Pearl Street New York SOs and 100 all druggists WHATS IN A NAME Everything is in the name when it comes to Witch Hazel Salve E C DeWitt Co of Chicago discovered some years ago how to make a salve from witch hazel tha- is t a specific for Piles For blind bleeding itching and protruding Piles exczema cuts burns bruises and nIl skin diseases DeWitt1 Salve has no equal This has given rise to numerous worthless counterfeits Ask for DeWitts the gen nine Sold by the Mt Vernon Drug Company Vere you ever tempted to think that the editor was indulging in personals digs when you saw something in the paper which seems to fit your case DiscardS that thought Remember ing that Many a shaft at random sent finds marks the archer little meant Why only the other day we read of a Texas editor who pub lished the Ten Commandments by request with the result that he lost half his subscribers before he could have time to explain in his next isue that no personal reflection vere meant For Sale I offer for sale privately my Dwelling Lot Store House and stock of Gen eral Merchandise Good Stand Good Improvements Conveniently Located Big Cash Bargain for some one For full particulars address- C L PRUITT Middleburg Ky ToughHave you got pullS enough in Washington to patent forme- Patent LawerWhat is yotfr motionToughIts a 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