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Established 1887 II R CONWAYS- orghum factories are starting np SBCincinn iti Sunday This is oie time we got to sav out fodder without it being dan ajitd ly ir tboA good rain is badly neereV Stock witersarce Many of the citizens me hauling water for home nVe Vlr il rvev Cite atilt li dt fin work mule and a yearling coil kTlle Lba freight train Friday night of lat week Mr Lenard Wadkins of llerea was here this week looking for a boy who had stolen a bicycle at that place andsfcipped out Jack Arnold raid some largest Irish potatoes we ever saw grow in Kentucky Mr Arnold is said to be one ot the gardners in the coon ty- MrJl1 Nave saj s the pump kins are thick in one Harvey Chenaults cornfield that a mant can walk over the field by step ping on pumpkins Mr Nave Tdon t tell lies often but they are visually good onesiWAB DIJames payne is on the sick list J U Wallen is clerking for Dr Price at Level Green 11 rsR P Norton has been sick fjr sometime but is some better at this writing Thomas Moore and family of Livingston are visiting his parents at this properItySog ins Jesse will probably g to Texas K D Board and Win MeI Kinney have traded place the former moving here and the lattei going to Livingston SAVES TWO FROM DEATH Our little daughter had an all rnostfatalattackut whooping COU a d brcincbUis writes Mrs W JIaviland of Armonk NY hut when all other remedies failed we- s iced her life with Dr Kings New Discover Our niece who had stagelalsoand today she is perfectly well ae p rate throat and lung diseases yield to Dr Kings New Discovery as to no other medicine on Infallible for coughs and col soc andt bottles guaranteed by all druggists Trial bottles freeI We wish sincerity that those 1donej and net run to this office when they have troubles We dont beg anybody Jdignsted lifnhis home paper to say be is theI right kind ofa citizen Such peol pie are thorns in the side ofa ro gressive ord citizenship Central Recj Must Go At I COST I t nuiagI11J 1 lU1lLEcLAND tunr VBOP R f Oak otu told to L Jo seph 105 head cattle average r o pounds at 5 cents T4L Briilgeforth purchased of Sam Tur 1550et ats cents ht Har old Tibbs Gish of Indian ipoli ught of B B Wright 102 head a 5ging 1450 pounds at SfSf and goof J 11 Blgstaff averaging ISo pounds at 4 JOraFelts of Indiafiapolis purch ised the following cattle in the county 55 of W B Green at 545 45 of R R Whitsitt at 510 34 of J C Turley at 5 10 and 18 of Oii frer E owell at 480 The cattle will average 1500 poundsMt Sterling Gazette IfheadIwant and some were carried over Qual ity was fair to good Goodyear old steers sold from 3to 3 4 CIS yearlings 3 to 3t cts betters 23 3 cents cahesSloto 12 per head but little demand for milch 35llIore20 to S80 most of these were bought by eastern buyers Some demand for good horses but plugs were not wanted Cynthiana Tines At the sale of J1V Epperson Thursday there was a good crowd and good prices were realized Horses 775010 150 mules 176 Shorthornes 40 to 62 common cows q to 50 sows jSio to 19 shoats 430 to 480 b iirs Sio to 14 southdown sheep 1tO common sheep 4 corn 205 to io chickens 45 ito So cents turkeys 65 cents In urjon News Rbert Clemons of Mercer sold to Jars Sallee of Jessamine 28 heal uf cattle averaging 1215 at shout 55 per head r The ch hemp market is getting strong and the crops in Jessamine are equal to theaveragePrices here peKrt tonI T Humeof Fayette coun ty sold 160 cars of new hemp for 540 per 12 pounds Jessamine Journal IA small flck of sheep can t with but small expense and w tether wool is high or low the check their wool tlDS ring is about clear profit to say lamdsb as theImeat on local market or as live sheep to be shipped will bring quite a snug sum It is hard for us to conceive ofa farm upon which a small flock of sheep will not payPararie Farmer LETTERtWould youre forisoresa box of Bucklers Arnica SalveI cured aie Its the best salve ou 011th25c at all druggists QUA1LI has been are glad to say Sam Todd the grandchild of Win Miller continues to impro e slowlyFodder saving is about over in this section and the corn is very sorry indeed Gains Cummins sold his farm to David Cash for 150 and bought one of Larkin Hix for 8250- A G and J M Craig bought of W H Broivn a horse for 90 and ofNjpoleon Whitaker a mule fo 90Mr Tailor Brown of Missour is here visiting relatives He to attend the burial of Irs brother John E A Herrin is at home from the mountains Squire Cummins and son George are contemplating fi going to the mountains to work in the coal mines A large crowd attended the buri al of John M Brown at Rock Springs Thursday Short and ap propriate talks were made by Eld Carmicamand Pike after which a good and kind man was laid to rest A very irge crowd assembled together on tint occasion possibly the largest crowd of connection tint will as se nble again in a long while j SOME SEASONABLE ADVICE It may be a piece of superfluous advice to urge people at this season of the year to lay in a supply Chamberlains Cough Remedy IIt is almost sule to be needed before winter is over and much more prompt and satisfactory results a obtained when taken as soon as a cold is contracted and before it has heroine settled in thesystem which can only be done by keeping the remedy at hand This remedy is so widely known and so altogether good that no one should hesitate about buying it in preference to any other It is for sale by Chas C Davlss the druggist He designingly Whataterri ble thing it would be if some rascal should marry you for your money woueld it out bePILL PLEASURE If you ever took DeWitts Little Early Risers for billiousness wi constipation you know what pi ll pleasure is These famous lift pills cleanse the liver and rid the system of all bile without prodiK Theyedo not gripe sicken or weaken hut pleasantly gie tone and strength to the tissues and organs of the stomach liver and bowels Sold by Mt Vernon Drug Co Young LadyWhat is the price of that bicycle costume Dealer That is not a bicycle costume miss its a suit of stnitary u iderweaf Sick headache is caused by a dis- ordEred condition of the stoma and is quickly cured by Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Trblets For sale by Chas C Davis the druggist I MUST AT COST I AtlL FOR BARGAINS IN SUMMER k Suitings White Goodsc ot r Shirt Waists Slippers and Straw Hats v wrnterYseason T j7 will go at cost H a i Come and see for yourself sV vu iyit I We can save you Money r i l V r IF3IPZ3 FAD ml J C HOCKER S JSI3wqZ 4 IJJHYEI JREEN Dear readers of the SIGNAL After a silence of S weeks and suffering bushels xatd hanelI- have got able t hoW mv pen and Srla scribble though Itnr lid h ie shu or straiten my fingers but il am thankful I letrne1 to pray earnestly while 4 ahsce sjs were rpejing en my hand mid von tdI cut to laf fur ors will will open yore ize and keep them open da and opensIhouse and pallet hut 1iuUe the divorcerthem all shortly but i can not far my life see how i could hav man sluckIWe rind our county full of cand andIpulled on almost daly I am truly glad my friend H C Kirby has no opponent but as to tothers we see them matched in 2s 3s4s and so on up to about a Bakers dozen fur jailer excepting our friend Judge Lewis Well you shall hay one in due time ef run myself Our cousin JohnM Brown who died a short time since was largeigrand father John Brown in 1801 The deceased of whom we spoke leaves seven brothers living the youngest of whom is 58 and two sisters i Our young friend Other Long died of tj phoid fever last week leaving a wife and two babies Another good man gone to his re blerecomeII euidoneYoung mules and good bosses all sold at fair prices hogs selling very well butfcJalyesJairtniityvslow FI Foddering about over corn about of crop No wheat sown yet trio our people wantcrdto sow largely Jesse Wallen is clerking for Price tilardis teaching Judge Shutts school while he runs fur judge a spell Our public schools hay been well attendlea ice dropped when be ha11goneweather continues very dry and our springs and stOck water iz getI ting JowMilch cows are more p entiful in the holler than hithertoI knownG M Sowder is still fix in to move but he dont know where to go toUncle Bill sold J M Craig one boss fur 90 G W Owens sold his leant of bosses fur aI45 R E Todd purposed b ginning meeting at friendship last Sunday but failed to do so a 11hpreaching niity bad but we want a matt that haz studied to show hi 3 self an approved workman r DhineIcompass and ruleWe want a good man with small family as renter send us one I will speak more of my candid neverIen about Infant not f the people in the holler could name the presidential tickets if hanging was the penalty for a failure Yours for Morals aiid Religion BUCK VARNON ONE OF MANY H A Tisdale of Sumraerton S C suffered for twenty i ears wit the piles Specialists were e ployed and many remedies used but relief and permanent good was found only in the use of De Wills Witch Hazel Salve This is only one of the many many cures that have been effecledby this wonde- fill remedy In buying ltrt HaztF s ncitionly necessary eIWllta cure is u DeWitts Witch flazel Salve cures all kinds of piles cuts burns lira is es eczema teeter ringworm skin diseasesetc Sold by Mt Vernon Drug Co r P 11shvery ilFrl4 j 11 GO 4j3Iii1erTWHOLESALE Flour Meal Corn Shipstuff Oats and all kinds Field Seed arid Rve 7 Having secured 18000 bags of flour before the advance3 we are better pre pared to supply your wants in flour than ever 3 WHEN Jon ate heating our prices you are beating yourself by not ting the QUALITY We have any quality from SliipstiilF up to the best Patent Flours this r countrysiflurds ami we advise all to pay the piice nut get the best It u the cheapest you save the difference Lard and enjoy a nice white biscuit cooked irons Cold Medal Fluur that has the reputation and the Medals trout all the Worlds fairs down to St Louis Mo BEFORE buyingask us for prices on Flour Meal Shipstutt and Seed IJye Corn and Oat Brincrinyour TROD liCE we PlY top of the market in cash a Yours for business y W M J MILLER CO V MT VHRNOX KY y1VictO SundayD Hunt left for Cincinnati Saturday night M Hartz remains in a very fee condition Brd Combs will conduct a meeting which begins 17 Inst Jno Brown of Mt Vernon made a trip toltbis place Saturda g Mrs Lou Purcell and broiher1 Egbert G Tiffin reitirntil from St Louis T Little Wallace Iaward anitt bnndibojjaiTTv p ilf fiL II ataheL home uf M canl lies vMiliIlins Mr Bob Hall formerly Miss Clara Adkinson who now resides in Tennessee paid a visit to relaI re last week Getr rude Martin both of Brodhead visited Misses Monde and Sie Martin Sunday The best grades matte during the thoselofShumate Sat ie Reynolds Oscar Evans Lena McCall Virginia MarI tin and Montie CONFESSION MartinIRev Jno S writes For 12 years I suffered from yellow jaundice I consultedI a number of physicians and tried iie0 relief Then J began the use of atS3W cured ofa disease that had me in its grasp for twelve years If you want a reliable medicine for liver and kidney trouble stomach geet Electric Bitters Its guaranteed aby all druggists Only sots How di the wed tome last IVithout 1IateOmaha News AJUDICIOUS INQUIRY- A well mown drug man who visits the drug trade says he often heard druggists inquireof customers niedicinn e chihId Idmthey almost invariably recommend- CbamberJainsCough Remedy The t reason for this is that tbev know theft is no danger from hand that it always cures There is not the andrfor un Chasto C t le rnggist r Mrs Hepeck Celebrate centeniiial wedding amyersary What do you mean Sir Ioirt you beeninartiao lHenthat long anjhow w r t 1 J ra u ar W1LI1AMSBUJIU Hon C W Lester is in Louis ville this week Mrs A J Curd is visiting her daughter Mrs G W Bowron in LouisilleIlast Monday to an attentive audi famioarc1makin ftrip to Cincinnati and Louisville this week IMr RI Gillis the editor o the Wi1iialUIJUr ruses left last tlnightitolake in theSt JLoui Eair r slid the Times will 20 to tliii devil 3bsencejfOurtremely ports ucal Some of the school boys purchased a football the other day and there is more kicking against it than any tliiu that has happened ina ear Whitley will have a pdmaryI election on the r5th and mcrous candidates for the severs county offices are canvassing tb county and speaking in every pre jcinct and such a flood of oratory 0111Marcusave a over the national election for that usually goes as Whitley county goes I NOTICE To the taxpayers of RocVcastle jCimnty Your taxes for the 1904 were Jue March 1st K eta ales Sec 4143 and you are notiI fied in pursuance of Sec 4142 Ky Statutes to meet me or one one of my Deputies on the dates named and following named Pia Mt Vernon Saturday CESIWildie Tuesday Disputanta Wednesday 17th 131offll Store Friday 141 li Johnetta Saturday i Mt Vernon Monday r tot Pongo Tuesday rSth Climax Wednesday igth Level Green Rockford Thursday 2oth Conway Friday sitt ILivinOrlando I will beat the above places be oclockIa short time until I am compelled to make a settlement with the Audi tor arid must insist upon the prompt payment of these taxes This is the last notice that will be given by me and I do not want to be con polled to enforce the collection of pleaotcgovern accordingly Very Respt RedC People who have rubber ueck kindWcnscences r InUOJ EA I Born to the wife of Geo Pond r a girl Mr and Mrs J T Cherry Ie t Wednesday for St LouLsto take iithe fair Dr W Eo Gravely R H Ilami A Is Albright and wife were m Louisville this week on business Misses Sadie and Montie Mart n came down from Maretburg Sa urday to attend the millinery open ing 4fa t Crab Orcliard unc evening11 veekL B Hilton R R agent at Ga liff Tenn came home Tuesday t register and will spenda few days with home folks Miss Maude Forbes has return ed ron a ten mentis stay in Car gado He imny friends gladly wel come her home Miss Lou S oms af Keav Ky stopped with friends from Saturda tlatdaughter Mrs Sallie Adam in Kansas NewIlanda days this week en rna from Livingston to Lebanon June tion where they were moving MARRIED Mr Zig Ieese an1 GUiltIday afternoon and were quietl ImuneVvilmott Rev Sawyer officiating SqnireIerrs is a charming young lady in every respect GOOD FOR CHILDREN The pleasant to take and harmless One Minute Cough Mire gives oughipass two the som ach but takes effect right at the seat of the trouble It draws out the irjfljraation heals and soothes and cures permanently by enabling the tings to contribute pose life giving and lifesustaining oxygen byMth The director of the mint esti mItes the value of the gold output of the United States for the cale dar year 1903 at 3o9i7oo and the value of the silver output at 29322000 The United States stands second among all the na tions of the world in tie prodiic lion of bot gold and silver IBROKE INTO HIS EouSE seS Le Quinn of Cavendish Vt wis robbed of his customary henhj by invasion of chronic CQiistip Llflpmsi s hesfguaran teed to cure 25c at all druggists r MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY OCT i1904 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR 100 Advertising tales made known on application DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President JUDGE ALTOV BROOKS PARKER- Of Sew York For Vice President liON HENRY DAVIS Of Vst Virginia For Jire Fifth Appellate District JUDGE TAMES E CANTRILL of Georgetown For Congress HON G G GILBERT of Shelby n FOIl JUDGE We arc authorized to announce LW BEruCUUM- m a candidate forjutlgeof R ckcastle Conn ty subjtt to the action of the Kepublicm party We are authorized to announce- P H SHUTTS as a candidate for County Judge sub jjet to the action of the republican party Primary November 19th FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce JOHNSON as a candidate for Jailer of Kock9wtle Ccii- subject to the action of the Republici- party We are authorized to announce- W DE KfiR Liasty subjec to ths action of the Republican psrty We arc jiuthorizcd loaniiouncu L L JAURE1T as a candidate for Jailer of Koekcast Cent ty Rubject to the action of the Republics party We are authorized to announce C1I RLEY CAEUICAI os a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle coin ty subject to the action of the Republics iiarly We are authorized to announce C CUMMINS a candidate for Jailer of this county sub ject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce W W CLARK- as a candidate for Jailer of this coun vty subject to the action of the Repub Ciictn party WeTare authorized to announce CARROLL MAIlTIXlr as a candidate for Jailer of Rock castle county subject to the action oi the republican party Primary Xer J 39 FOR SUPERINTENDENT are aat1iorizedo announce G M IJALLARD- ns a candidate for reelection as Superin tendent of Rockcastle subjact to the action of the republican party We are authorized to announce- S DAVIS as a candidate for Superintendent of Rock castle subject t the action of the repub lican party iOn SHERIFF We are authorized to announce It L ilcPJSRRON as a candidate for Sheriff of nockcas tIe county subjecut to the action a the Republican party primary Nov 19th We are authorized to announce G S GRIFFIN as candidate for Sheriff of nockcas tfe county subject to the action of th republican party Primary Nov 19 i FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce K J MCKINNEY as a candidate for Assessorof this county long term1 subject to the ac Lion of the Republican jarty Pri mary November 19 I hereby announce as a candidate for tile Republican nomination for the office of Assessor of Kockcastle County subject to the xctiou of the Republican primary which will be held for the purpose of nominating republican candidates for various offices to be filled by the voter at the general elec too I have al trays been a consistent Republi can and have always been loyal toils nouii i and nominated and elected I prom ise that I will faithfully md honestly dis charge the duties of the office If the party pivs this honor to some other good republic m shall do what can to bring pbont his election at the general election lIIt feel that my services to the party titles rue to this recognition Very trulyJOE WOOD We are authorized to announce T S BRANAMAN- As a candidate for Assessor long tcnnl of this county subject to the ac tion of tha Republican party With B Cummins as Deputy COUNTS COURT CLEIiK We are authorized to anmmije It LltfE- a candidate fir fnuijty Court Clerk of lockcastle nhJrttl acton of the jppublican party We are nnthorized tonnnounoe the KKV W J CIIAST12EN- as t a candidate for pounty Court Clerk of dilloekcatIe county subject to the action of eretyn PyY Primary Nor t hI lI i1 FOR MAGISTRATE We are authorized to announce WM MCQUEEN- aa caneidate for Magistrate in dis trict No 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 of the Republican party 1riniaty November IA trick worthy ot Mark Hanna in his prime is being played by a coterie of bolting democrats in the part of the National Republican Committee Enough of the rene gades have been recruited from various states where they have been kiccked out of the democratic or ganizations to get up aso caned AntiParker Democratic National Leag e Their headquarters are locatedat Chicago from which point they are sending but hun dreds of thousands of letters The fake is so transparent that it has deceived no one except the Repu h lican Committee which has so much money with which to debauch the voters that it is willing to throw away some ot it in this unworthy scheme Here is their latest cirqu lar letter which has been sent t0 thousands of Democrats in Kentucky who ere forwarding them it the Democratic Campaign Commit tee as soon as received Chicago III Sept 27 1904 My Dear Sir informned that you are a Democratic Oem ocrat I take liberty of addressing you briefly on a subject of vital importance to all who hold in high regard the deathless principles en nunctated by Thomas Jefferson and proclaimed by William Jen nings Bryan We cannot dis guise the fact that the Democratic party has been captured by men who place the dollar obove the man and that triumph under jtheir leadership means betrayal of the people and the death of Democracy The defeat of the Bellmonts Hill s and Clevelauds at this time is the only thing that can possibly save the party from complete doniina tion by plutocratic interests to which we have been emphatically and unalterably opposed It will make it possible to elect a true Democrat in 1908 who will re store the Declaration of Independ ence re habilitate the mutilated Constitution strike the shackle from the limbs of industrial slaves rededicate the continent to tbe principles which constitute the cornerstone of the Republic and wipe the last strain of commercial privacy and criminal aggression from the flag of stars In view of these facts how can true Demo crats become instruments in the hand of Wall street for the exploit ation and oppression of the people A brief statement of your opinion would be highly appreciated Governor Beckham opened the campaign at Frankfort Monday He sounds the keynote of the Na tional contest in a splendid speech largefcarry its message of confidence to all parts of the State The Gov ernor speaks for the young Democ racy of Kentucky He is not cone tent that we should stand on a rec ord of past achievement We must keep abreast of new conditions and bring the Commonwealth to its rightful place in the Democratic column a leader and not a laggard The Governor speaks not as a can didate for office but as one who has has been honored by his party and who has brought that party through travail andseeming disas ter to the uplands of victory Pierpont Morgan is strong for Roosevelt He believes that the country will go to the devil in a handbasket if the Rough Rider is defeated Under the sacred protect ive tariff Steel Rails in this country at 2800 a ton while in foreign markets the same rail sells for from 1800 to 22 00 a ton Morgan was the organizer of the Steel Trust and this discrimination of the tariff has made him millions Naturally he is for Roosevelt and Tar the perpetuity of a policy that wiircominue to enrich him POLITICS AN I POLITICIAN President Roosevelt has been re quested to intervene in the afrsof the Congo Free State Senator Gorman said that he felt rrrNeVirginia r TheDeniocl tic National Cpm nittee vHlnest week arjlap S t f ptal for contributions to earn en life nationalcampaign The democrats of Ohio opened their State campaign at Lim i with a hig openair meeting presided ovtrby Col James Ktl bourne The announcement was Iliad from Democratic headquarters INew York that former President auIWIIIliams was the principal speaker last night at a Democratic talley in Brooklyn He devoted the major portion of his address to a discussion of the trusts Joseph W Calverj ofPeweeVal lev was declared the Republican nominee for Congress in the Sev enth district by the Republican committee at Lexington Saturday In a card declmg the Republican nomination for Congress in e Ninth district the Hon S J Pngh sas lie did not ek the nnmin lion and as it did not come unar itnously he does not feel under ol ligation to accept it I Kentucky Republican clerks in the Government department at Washington re in receipt of cir ttlar letters signed by Geo W Long Chairman of the Republicar State Campaign Committee of Ken ucky Requesting that they con tribute to the Republican campaign hind an amount eqiifll to five pe cent of their annual salary NEWS ITEJ1S The appointment of many net tuckyposttnasters isannutincer from Washington The Ohio river at Cincinnati is at the lowest stage since Octorer 1900 registering 6 feet Maj H B McClelland was sud denly seized with illnes at Lexing ton and is in a serious condition It is reported that Gen Basilic Munoz leader of Uruguayan rebels has been shot by former follcwers Near Campbellsville Ind Oliver H Radcliff killed his father who vas advancing on him with a41uh Eightynine foreigners coiifes eo m New York that they had secured tfieir naturalization papers b fraudTexas railroads are finding them selves unable to move cotton from the interior to the coast as fast a it accumulates A Chicago court c1ecided tha Alex ander Dowie is not enthied to 55000 left him by the vi1of one of his converts Miss Clytie Clegg of Kansas City has been notified that she i heiress to half a million dollar fortune at Cape Nome Alaska Tjie revenue of the United Kingdom for the half year just endedshows a decrease of 15 233 525 over the corresponding period last yea Joseph acol Jefferson the veteran tor announces that he has retired from the stage on account of the state of his health He has been an actor over seventy years The annual meeting of the Kentucky Bankers Association was held in the Kentucky building at the Worlds Fair in St Louis Wednesday and Thursday Bishop Smith at the Methodist ntildIlythe good old amen s fficedI The act passed by the last Legis lature appropriating 15OCO an nually to meet a deficiency in the State College was declared to be unconstitutional by Special Judge Carroll at Frankfort Ticky Jim Bach the notorious witness for the defense in the Jett Iihistrying to force an entrauce into her mothers home The Womans Christian Tem perance Union in session at Mt Sterling addopted a resolution urging the Legislature to pass a law giving women thejright of suf ferage in local option elections The trial of Mrs Arhelia Bach at Jackson for killing liar former husband Ticky Jim Bach was continued indefinitely by Judge Hargis on account of the serious illness of the defendant As the result of an order issued by the Mayor of Lexington that all business houses should he closed frem midnight Saturday until Mot day morning managers of the newspapers and owners of livery stables in tHat citys ctr datemofl porary restrainiiig order the enfqrcemeat oftbe C1rOrderI tI 0 i TSCItAlS 0 rBYWhat would you do if you did lot have any mother and lather nd did not have aii home a ked i gentleman ofa little boy Oii thinking herepliedI would o visiting Old Man Wiut marry thatI imldISuitor Your laughter is n longer a child sir she is a woman Old Man Nonsense i Why sb tnt a bit bossv vet Strictly Honest Housekeeper Half the things you wash hie torn to peces- Wasbervoman Yes mum but when a thing is torn in two or more pieces mum I count them as 01 ly one piece Fond Parent it b xcry cruel f you Bobby to throw hot rennies nit to that monkey Bobby Thats all tight mamma lit makes him think that he has money to burn Thats certainly a bright roost er up on top 01 the barn said the pulet Y es admitted the young rooster but dont you think he is i liitle taueHnuctrun Pos Tommys WisbFond Mother Tommy darling this is YUJ birthday What would you like best to do- Tommy after a moments refi- ectio1I think I sho aid etij y seeing the bab3 spanked LaIonttYes it was a great wedding party- LaMoyneAud were you struck with the bride Latnoutt No I was struck witl an old shoe Mrs De Bangs Wl at makes you tnmk you will inherit all of papas pr Ipert Mr De BlOgSI have been playing poker with him Chicago Journal To what do you atribute the Sultans long life despite his ill ness asked the prominent Turk lyIJinks Yes I always take my boy along when I go to the min trels Thats the only way I can 4et my moneys worth Rinks Howso JinksThe music is new tome tnd thejokes are new to him Teacher in spelling cla s Johnny spell fail JohnnyI cant Teacher You cant spell that simple word Why not JohnnyCause you told me there was no such a word as faik New Yorker anIdub this time of night Just ten me that we were hie IHusbi1ndMdear Sweet ome Cyrus Ye sit in our best room all Sundtyevening SilasYeou mean yeour parlor CyrusNo siree Parlor is too common Vhy up in town there parlorsIsaid the agent Dont need it responded the proprietor of the Western hotel But dont you punch bolesinI you meal tickets No we shoot them in here Young LadyI must have some money to go off on a journey Father Kh Vhere Young tady1 dont know yet but I must go somewhere at once FatherGood lands Whats Lady The misunderstood and dressmakerI walking costume she goingaway gownt THEBOWELS tiebowelaopen and be in the Jamoothestthe bowel clear and clean U to tek- eCANDY IfII CATHARTI EAT EM LIKE CANDY De000dyeyer bookletTkEEP t I THE SUNDAY BiBLE SCHOOL ea in the iBtKnatioisal Smel for October 9 iQ 4 Ihe Wid ows Oil Increased Prepared ty the Highway and Byway Preacher Copyright J M Kd on LESSON TEXT II Klrt ll7Mejrciyvfr e85 Now there cifd Ji certain woman of the of the sacs cf the prophets unto Eiha saying Tty servant mr husband i dead and thou knOweit that thy tlerT ct did fear the Lord and the creditor Is once to take unto him my two cans to be aonduien And Kllsha said unto her What shall do for thee Te1 what law thou In te house Andatesald Thine handmaid lath not anything in the house save a pot ttvK Then he saId Go borrow thee ds abroad of alt thy neighbors even imply venelF borrow not a Sew And when thou art come In thou shalt tut the door upon the and uponthy woes rd shalt pour out Into all those ad thou shatC set aside that which is fulL So she went from him and shut the oor upon her acd upon her sons who rought the vessels to her and she poured ut And It came to pass when tte vessels cern that she said unto tel son Brine e yet a vesse And te said untn her here is not a vessel more And the oil uayed Then she came and toLl the man of Coil he said Go set the oil and pay thy tbt and live tlou ard thy children of tie est GOLDEN TEXT Trust In the Lcrd cd do goad ao nhat thou dwell in the land verily thou sbait fedia 873 T1MK tnc rtaln but within a short pie after iast lesson PLACE Uncertain butt perhaps ore cf e places where Was a school of the rophets either Gilzal Bethel or Jericho uman Need and Divine Resources The Widow and Her Need V That we know of the widow She is a Godly woman I Tim 55 gives a picture of the Godly widow Get Ids such in special regard I Tim t And one test of true religion is latetcrlcg to such in their need Ja- Was known to EHsha The iihful Godfearing lives of both her uband and herself proved excellent ipital on which to do business Got i ss does pay I Tim 48 3 Was i the ciutches of the oppressive credi ir Affliction and misfortune are not ways a sign of tin pr folly John 13 Had two sons who in ac ordance with the custom of those days ere to be takep to satisfy the debt Lev 2339 Matt 1825 Her eed was urgent The creditor is erne The day of trouble is the day o pray Psalm 5915 The Prophet and His Help Vs 24 Two questions were asked by the pro let What shall I do for thee What hast thou in the house 1 God ways wants us to tell Him our desires To tell God bate want clarifies our ision and strenthens our faith led always usesvhat we have be it ever so little afrthe medium of blezsinjr Strange Instructions Borrow rmpty vessels Shut herself and ier sons in the house 3 Pour out her- Ittle pot of oil and perhaps waste it 3urely here was a test of faith If the widow had been like most people seek- Ing help she would have had her own dens as to methods 1 Maynot the borrowing of empty vessels suggest the teed of greater capacity We need to be enlarged for more of Gods fullness May not the shut door and the seclusion each us the need of getting alone with tad where His blessing may descend ipon ua And may not the pour ng out of the oil and its miraculous in rease typify the multiplying spiritual tilts and power as wa pour out our heart and our lives in behalf of needy ouls all bout ua The Obedlenc and Its Reward Vs 7 Unwavering faith and implicit bedlence mark theconductoC the idow lhe empty vessels were bor owed in the fade probably of curious took s and prying questions and sneers if ridicule The door was closed shut lug herself and her sons away from all ither earthly help and every moment he liiock of the creditor was expected And what faith Only the little pot of oil in hand and the empty vessels or every hand How seemingly impossible to flit them But the pot of oil and the mpty dishes was not all the widow had She had the word of the prophet An we have the word of God on which tt Upend Letus lay hold ofit as the widow did of the prophets word which wai really the word of God spoken thrcul HIt servant That little pot of oil never ceased its outpouring stream of oil until every vessel was filled to the brim That is the way God gives of His riches II Christ Jesus Begin to pour out ycur self in Christly ministry to others anf while there Is an cmpty vessel about you to flit a need soul to help the flow wilt not cease But what is she to do with the oH Tile prophet did not tell her She must eo back and tell him of what had come to pass and ask him for further direc lion Without question she has obeyer his instruction She has gone as far a she can Now oc the next step Here a lesson for every Christian True faiti dc not ask lo see all the way True faith roes straisnt ahead as far as thE Instructions will carry and then Is time to eo to God for the next step The oil sold the creditors paid the future pro Hcied for was the reward of obedient faita and faithful obedience How Got always bears tIte cry of His clll drenanr hr certainly will He ho or faith acf obedience The Psalmists declaration in Ps 2725 finds illustration in this les sot The Quiet Hour Men seldom seek to diasecta religion until it is dead Seeds of sin must be judged by their sheaves of sorrow Its need of salvation is the secret theworlds sadness The really busy man always has more time than the man who only thinks he is busv lItis not wise to put all your energies Into working for old rebels to the neg lect pt new recruits One Father of all mustmean one lam lor all Hams Horn l AGENTS fggg AGENTS THE OmXATaST BOOK OPTBJII DAY CHRIST IN TVAMP BT1MJ SEPOTSt 18toseg TocaaTVoriced oao day got OIierB CNCETo UJUaTDfncec AWOSTEappreciates a slyliscorfortabte and snu theseStheTEMNENT Louis r Celebrated Tennant Show ALWAYS preferable tyle they JONAS Agent e Y GRANVILLE 0 i UNDERTAKER- WENSI 1Coffim vvrr y S B RAMSEY 7For Fresh Meats of all KinthzS Give us a trial and please you tell not iell rsj MEAT deliveied in any part oftownS SHOP in basement Court housef Queen Crescent ihute SHORTEST LINE AND QUICKEST SCHEDULE Cincinnati Lexington Chu Knoxville AshevilleSSavannah Jackscn Ur Birmingham New ShrcveporiS and Texas PointsF- OR EYe Eg AJIEN Tray PlSSr Agt 89 Main SL ington Ky WeA OARF TT Gen Mgr W RINEARSON Own Pass Ajjt W7 ONb 100 SUNDAYDEMOCRAT FOR THREE MONTHS promisesNOW and all the news we P WALTON Lexington Ky DAILY TOURIST SLEEPERS TO CALIFORNIA Iron Mountain Route operatesI Pullman Tourist Sleepers St Lcuis to California leaving 830 a itt daily via Little Rock Tex EllPasonist rates in daily during months of March and April 1904 to California and the Northwest Pullman tourist sleepers via Mis souri Pacific Railway leave St Louis every Thursday 9 a front Kansas City Wednesdays and Fridays 630 p m going via Pueblo D R G system through Glenwood Springs Salt Lake City to Ogden etc Homeseeker and Colonist rates to various points in the West and Southwest every first and third Tuesdays each month For map folders descriptive literature rates rtc consult nearest Ticket Agent ofarjdress R TG MATTHEWS TPA Room 301 Norton Bldg mar iStf Louisville Ky The FOI nice fitting and Durn- Lility have no superior McKE Zit Sole CDMt Vernon ky === = zZ i g KSjS ifjwe others if opnosite r oea Atlanta Orleans E C Subscribe get effect m Thursdays r The Strength- of the coffee you buy adds to Its value in the c- uplion Coffee comes to you fresh and of full strength always in sealed airtightSpackages Bulk coffees lose their strength deteriorate in flavor and also gather dirt Dalformttr fwham inS fall ctrmrtiiiuarjdta awn at Carted The Body of Senator Hoar was interred in SIeu HoiKv cemetery Worcester M t on Mund y t rV OI Fur Irfcis and Children Kind Yes i m Always Bought Bears the fJismatBT9 of r IV f vEHNUN IGNtL IT ERNONKY OcT 7HID 79 Cull up oO79IVheuynu ont tnCnnmunlcute with SIGNAL 79 J1 0q6 RCoI TIME TABLE- t4 north 1206 p m 26 north i 308 a r 23 south 129 pn 25 South 105 a n TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No EateredattheMtweraaQ1 Plwllice as rteoctan matter PERSONAL Mrs Henry Catron continues in very pourhealth Atty J W Brown is taking in the Worlds Fair Special Agent J A Chappel was here Wednesdap V R Beck will leave for St Louis Sunday night R B Mullins is in Knoxville selecting his new samples A H Bastin of Lancaster wa here to see James Maret Monday- T D Mullins is in Nashvillt packing his spring line of shoes Dr and Mrs M L Myers visit ed friends in Covington this week M F Craig reports every thin quiet and very drj in the big glade M C Williams and family o Stanfordare taking in the fair thi weekA B Furnish anti E B CoxI will leave for St Louis Sund night Mrs W H Brown is visitii her parents Mr and Mrs A Pei ninton = James Proctor agent at Ea Bernstadt spent a short time her TuesdayDr Pennington was called IP East Benrnstadt Tuesday on pre ftssional business Lytle Adams returned to S Louis Monday to resume his stn ies in the dental college Henrv Pennington was ov from Langford and told us that h was out of the race for jailer II V Bastin of Lancaster whn was injured by falling from a tele phone pole here last week ha about recovered Marion Denham was caller home from Tennessee this tree on account of the serious illnes o one ofhis children John Robbins one of the goo business men of Brodhead wa here Wednesday looking afie some important business interests James McDonald left Tuesda for Manchester to sing for his fath er Dr D McDonald who is hold ing a protracted meeting at that placeA W Soward of this office with his wife and sisterinlaw Mrs Kittie Smith are spending the week with his relatives in Lex ingtonMessrs E L Cockrell J Hecker and J R Orndorff were upfrom Livingston Wednesday Their mission to our town is told in another column J E Houk was so delighted with the Worlds Fair that he in tends making a second trip He will go about the I5th and take his sister Mary with him Out old friend M R Jones is here from Illinois visiting friends and relatives and winding up some business matters Mart is looking well and we are glad to say is pros pering in his new home James M Maret a cousin ofour own James Maret who left this country some twenty years ago writes from Latal Utah that be is enjoying the best of health and a reasonable portion of this worlds goods LOCAL NOTICE All 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 Mesdames Mary Conn Matild Honk C C Williams S C Davis Miss Alice Lewis Mr and Mrs D N Williams Mr and Mrs E S Albright W A Cox and famih and Mr and Mrs Robert Cox en joyed a most delightful dinner w that hospitable and cheerful home of Mr and Mrs W IL Cox Ian Vrtd ay It was indeed adlY o feasting The good things which ladeut d the table were varied aid bountiful iII i The oil machine has been moved from G SXevisays farm totrC lheIheads mill- Sheriff H 14Tate and deputy R L McFerron took Henry Cux and Robert Burton to the pen Saturday Henry HelLrd js trying fora new hearing before the Cour ofAppels So far us the SIGNAL has been a 1e to ascertain onlyfonr voters nthetwoMl Vruonprecincts ailed to register Tuesday and two f those are down sick In Brod e id there were about fifteen and ii Livingston about the same num er hoot po people asenhleJ at suckeye Sunday The singing iy the Rd Bud singing class aIermon in the afternoon by lev Oder and a bountiful supply- f good things to eat constituted anyof1eltiledvidently their own fault NoTIcE W H Brown of the inn of Pi ice Brown having sold is inerest to his partner Dr T Price all persons owing saidC rm will please settle same t once as we wish to wind up all he firms business as sour as pos- i tie PRICE F BROWN ept 3031 Level Green Ky This office has for sale two chollarships one to the Southern formal School Bowling Green rood for five months tuition or20i n any of the business departments will sell for 10 The other ones to the Bryant Straton BusiI ess College Louisville worth 51 tuition will sell for 1250 ueDr G B Lawrence of this jlace absolutely cures cancer inI from 10 to 30 days without use of inife virtually painless TheI rocess is discovery of Dr Law ence on which he worked for years lany patients whom he has res ued from the living death will idly give testimony of their cure Captain William Herndon of Line st r was nominated by the Repubr ns at Lexington Mondays their candidate for Judge of the court of Appeals in this the Fifth District Judge Burnam the pres nt incumbent refusing to stand for the place Capt Herndon was formerly Commonwealths Attor ey of this district 1ien this coot ty belonged in the Lincoln and Garrard circuit He is a lawyer of much abilitytTO THE REPUBLICANS OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Having after some considerable elicitation announced myself as a mdidate for the Republican nomi lation for jailer of Rock = astleI ounty I now take this announcing my withdrawal and I vish to state that I am no longer a andidate for said office I ami very thankful to my friends for the nterest manifested in my behalf luring my candidacy and I certain appreciate all they have done or me I withdraw so as to give ny whoe attention to private busi less which would be neglected sere I to continue in the race I quit the race With malace to vard none but charity for all tad will be on hands at the proper itrie to help fight the enemy and lid in the election of the full ticket lominated Nov 19 1904- I am very respsclsully H PENNINGTON Our good fried U G Baker had rather a novel experience a few days ago andat the same time proved rather an easy mark for a slicker A certain man who lives n this county and who is well mown to Mr Baker went into the latters store and bought 250 worth of gocds and while the goods were being wrapped up the man exhibited a new 20 bill as though he wanted to pay with that hill Mr Baker remarked that he was short on change and asked him if he had no smaller bills to which he answer was no The store be ingcrowdedMr B rushed to the other side of the room got the necessary change returned and deliv ered it with the goods to his cus comer depositing in cash drawer is he thought the 20 bill which ie had seen in the customers hand just before going for the change t the close of business in the evening instead of finding his 20 1e hill fundit to be only a 10 f l is an old game and has been the1manba up against a snag ar i tl f 2 tr j The Rev Eugene Snodgrass will begin a protracted meeting at Buckeye the third Sunday in this mouth COLLEGE NEWS SCbOOllIShe will the thework mti ic Monday Eva Fish Olive Forsyth Eher Vlullins and Freeman Johnson tered school a few days ago CUI The people of the dormitory a musical treat Monday night Miss Lyon and Mr McDonald sang several duets and solos bit Vernon has a beautiful set ting of hills The color harmonies in sky and foliage possesses a never ending lacination to the new comersIJ R Oliver is in Knoxville this week Mrs Sue Mullins was in Stanford Thursday Mrs Henry Rice is visiting relatives in Cincinnati Born to Mrs Dave Rigglej Sun IIWilliespent Sunday in Cincinnati Mrs George Reynolds is visiting friends in Mt Vernon this week W C Mullins isn Louisville and Frankfort on important business Mr John Newland and famI Monday moved to Lebanon junction Miss Bessie Reynolds visited herI mother at Maretbtirg Saturday and 5undavIMr Frank Livingood of Berea was the guest of Miss NeilieMcFei MondayIMr and Mrs Frank Westerfiald for their new home at Junction City Tuesday Miss Lizzie Fishback andsister Jean and Ada King have been quite sick this week Master Walter Browning is visi ting his grandmother Mrs Kate Magee at Crab Orchad Mr and Mrs C A Moore and son Algy returned home after a visit with relatives in OhioIMiss Dora Dickerson of Brod headtsvisning Mrs Joe Dicker son and Miss Lela Sambrook Mrs L H Davis delegate to the W C Tv Convention at Mt Sterling returned home Wednes dayMisses Lida Cook and Cora Adams and Messrs Arthur Botner and FredCook visited in Mt Vernon Sunday Miss Lizzie Carson of Crab Or chaid who was the guest of Mrs Henry Browning returned home SaturdayMrs Carson returned home Monday from a months vis with her daughter Mrs Martha Brown at Quail Little Fred Merimee is getting along very nicely Dr Givens of East Bernstadt was called here to see him Tuesday Miss Nellie McFerron of Pine Hill is teaching the school on Gauley aye during Miss Rose Mc FerroniSAbsence Misses Gertrude and Bessie Gates visited Miss Lillie WoodJ at Hazel Patch last week and had a most delightful visit Mrs F P Gates and son Charles left Thursday for a two weeks visit to relatives at Henry ville and other points in Indiana Mrs John Shearer and children left Wednesday for an extended visit with relatives at Wildie Pey tontown Richmond and Paris Dr W J Childress Rush Johnson John McFerron and sisters Misses Mattie and Rosa are in St Lou attending the Worlds Fair Miss Lettie Caldwell of London who has been visiting Mr J S- Cooper for several days is now the guest of Mrs G M Ballard Sam Magee was in Crab Orchard Tuesday Went home to register Andy Howell and John Cockrel are taking a needed rest at home this week Rev Dr Weaver of Richmon will hold services at the Presbvte rian church Saturday evening and Sunday morning and evening Oct 15 and 6 Everybody cordially in Welkins aud Denny Mt Wednesday for their respective homes They wlrahio visit the Worlds Fair at St Louis and will resume their dental practice her about Nov 10 Little Miss Aggie Poynter en t ii J rstT fhonorsary Among those pr cent were Nellie Carter Ethel Iluyts Willie Edith Tubbs Bertha Hicks and Hazelina Salyer Refreshments were served Dudley Rowlett of RichmQnd4 1ere1marriedhome of the brides parents Mr and Mr James AlrCiiire bthey Rev F P Gales They will ft side in Pins The bung couph antIJohn Pre tnn was callrd to r1ton Ohio lea week on uronnYn the serious accident to hisou wnrkiniIin the St Elizabeth Hospital inr he is gettin along nicely wclwit soon be able to be brought in Mr E L Cockrell and flies Jet nie Hammond were nrirried Thursday evening y the Rev F P Gates at the residence of Mr ard Mrs Geo Pope Those pres AirIGertrude and Bessie Gates and Mr 4iid Mrs Geo Pope They have the best wishes of the SIGNAL in their new life and heres hoping they will live long and prosper Mr J C Hocker and Miss Hattie Orndorff were married Thursday Evening at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs J R Orndorff by Rev F P Gates youngiadybelle of Livingston The groom a well known business roan ol the firm of J C Hocker and Co theirII IBANK STATEMENT of The Bank of Mt non financial condition at Jht close of biisiiuis September 30th kESOURCES Loans and Discounts t7 735 ccllre1I Ranks 70775 Mortgages 24892J specie 12721 Currency 283000 5721 Furniture and Fixtures 4j Current Expenses 00715 Last Quarter 211194 15U1jHj2 Total raptial Stock LJADILITIESISuipluj fund tTndtudedro11ts Sj Rpn 541 Deposits subject to check on which interest is not paid j 639332- Total SIi3l0 SUPPLEMENTARY lli hcst amount of indebtedness of any stockholder person company or firm in eluding in the liability of the company or linn the liability of the indidual members thereof diiftly or indirectly if such in debtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid in and actual amount of surpins of the bank None Highest amount of indebtedness of any director or officer if amount of such indebtedness excrceus pet cent of paiup capital clock of bank None Does amount of indebtedness of any per son company or firm including in the lia bility of the individual members thereof ex ceed W per cent of paid up capital and al surplus No Amt of last dividends 8 per cent 1200 Were all expenses losses interest and laringtIilendof net profits of the bank for the period coveted by the dividend carried to the plus fund before said dividend was declared Yes 1Cuuuty K I Richards cashier of the Bank of Vcrnoti a Bank located and doiu busi ness in the town of Mt Vernon in said coup ty being duly sworn says the foregoing re port is in jill respects a true statement of tlecloserirto the best of Iris Knowledge and be lief and further says that the business of said bank has been transactedtheJocation named nud not elsewhere trait that the above report is made In compliance with an official notice received frogs the Secretary of State designating the 30th day of September as the day on whsch such report shall be made W L UICHAIvDS Cashier Ice WILLIAMS riAILTIN LEVWAV Directors Subscribed and sworn to before me by W L liicliards the 1st dsyof October E S ALBRIGHT Xotary Puldic Jly commission expires Feb Sheriffs Safe ROCKCASTLE CICUIT COURT W T 1VBWm Thomas Sc Trust Com Schl DiHtNo SalclI Notice of Sheriffs virtue issued from the Clerks oHiee of the ltoclctusteCilcuit Court on s judo Went in said court for the sum o- f1ll55nith interest at the lateori6- per trout per annum from ahe first Say ihhe of 6 per ceau from the J day ofI H 100 and the cost of creditepaid ec23d l 03and paid March ISth i903j Jvi1l proceed djo offer for sale at the front 2 i W l r r jfff ta ii 1t EAT and LIVE K I r 1 We are prepared to furnish our i Customers with the best Flour on Earth at the following ex y j ceptionally low prices and every 4 M SackIS guaranteed or Money re h funded S J 1 i Family Flour per 100lbs 23er 24ib bag70e t 1 Standard Pal per 7i 0 iRlghPllt per 100lbs 320 per 24lb bag SOc i t CORN AND SH1PSTUFF cLV At Reasonable prices j f 4FLouk Adams K tf i PIT 7o MTtK- egacg3ccgg3ot x 7t IA OO v or i w f door of the Court house in Ill Vernon Ky to the highest and best bidder at public auction on Monday fie 24th day of Oct 104 same being County Court day between the hours of 8 oclock a m amt oclock p in on a credit of three months the follow ing described property towit One school house and lot on Chcnt nut Ridge Roc castlc county Ky lo cated in common school district No 72 of saicljounty and being the same house in which school is being taught at this time and said lot contains one acts more or less and is levied on 11trictsurety bearing legal interest- from the date of sale and having the foice and effect of u judgment Fid ders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms H L TATE S R Worlds Fair Short Line SOUTHERN RY Shol test Fastest rind Best to Worlds Fair Look at tbe Schedules Lve Lexington daily 6ioh tun Louisville gcx a m Arrive St Louis4S6 pin Solid train of Pullman sleepers standard dining car and vestibuled coaches through from Lexington to St Louis without change Lve Lexington daily 530pn1 Louisville 1015 P 011 Arrives St Louis 732 a ml Solid train of Pullm sleepers and Free Reclining Chair Cars through trom Lexington to St Louis without charge ROTJN1 TRIP EXCURSION HATES FKOX LEX INGTON 1665Good returning until De cember 15 1904 j 1385 Good returning 60 days 1240 Good returning 15 days Tickets will be on sale daily at above rates 870 Coach excersion tickets on sale every Tuesday and Thursday in August and September good re turning seven days T W CREWS T P A 89 E Main St7 Lexington G H HUNGERFORD D P A 234 Fourth aye Louisville Ky- G B ALLEN A G P A St Louis WANTED PrfCal Representative in this county and adjoining territories to represent and advertise an old established business house of solid financial standing Salary 21 weekly with Expenses advanced eacli Monday by check direct from gytpermanent ro ChiIcago IllVJ fLl r 1 M = aa = i oGoTo CSVflvis Drugstore IFORrugs hemicals Patents ann Oils ALSOICompMe 1 r AND I 1 foiet Articles Gallore ft PHONE 64Day or Night l CHAS C DAVIS Pharmacist MT VERNON KY 1WLUS r rr = = t GRIFFINPractical Undertker and FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Kyr HEAUSE Attached Can iletalic Caskets anti hits not got can get for you on Ells All Know Filled Hal St Louis Railway cIson Route is the IHALCSFINEto Evansville Line St Louisfor Southwest And Ask Us Fist f in eirect on account of j eker8 or Colonists Ex G L GARRETT Traveling Passgr A4w Passenger Agent Kentucky SCILIANflairRciiewer soontStops falling hair and makes hair gr wuOU wr j nIIO G IZ i7 O14DHIC1CO1jycI1fly iKI Port Arthur is short of coal Sort of a black peril Repulilcan spellbinders are hav ing a liar time with their old enemy i general tpathy A Nc v York man jumped from a 12story window This is another way of ju lining to a conclusion An 0 imun says bees neer sting ex tpt when they arc drunk if that btilie case we never saw a sober ISenator Patt will have the joke on GovernorChairman Odd after the electionSWe can almost hear Ii him saying I told you so Ma e somebody else would like to ask Judge Purker a few morel q1cton The Judgesfeet Sulidioek he is not afraid of any one Ge Corbin in hUniiMia1 report axs the cost ofliving has greatly increased Is this the reason vlij IieOhJCS to arrTiy officers getting in rrcdImen hive been laid oft at the shop li piirin spellbinders should 4k uitlyIlut high wages and aiunJitit work L The Russians appeir to he afraid to leave Port Arthur Champ darks explanation is that tileS Ire like the Republicans they pre fer to standpar Senator Elkins is limiting hU political Iribors in West Virginia to a thinking part this year It is a wiss soninlaw who decn to fight is tich daddyiii law A Chicago man has bt en Im1 eel up for hugging women and was fined up to the limit He is prjh ably consoling himself with the lact that it was worth it Mr Roosevelt is preaching ami race suicide and Gen Corhin is insistfng on batch lorhood in the army the e two gentlemen will have to be harmonized in some way or there will be trgubieIKurupntkin has made no objection to the appointment of an additional general to aid him in him in his campaigns He is doubtless yearn Jin for some one to share with him his next defeat Our Ministerial brethren say the 4i world i growing more humane True we have not had any umpires killed this year butit is most tjo much to hope the same from the football seison A Republican candidate for Con grass in one of the Southern States charges his opponent with having voted negroes several times at hisI list election Who said the negrots w ere disfranchised We suggest a debate between Senator Lndge and Representative Vos of jssschustts on the sub jsct of Csinciian reciprocity These two great republican lights ought be abL to talk intelligently onln that sub jet- eporr have it that Billy Mason i to tour a number of great iarmirg Ii States of the West These States were too early in their felicitations They were congratulating them selves that the cyclone season was over An exchronic democratic bolter is predicting republicaun success this yaar Will somebody please explain the difference between a democratic backslider and a black republican All coons look alike to us Republican editors have the audacity to assert that the demo crats kayo a bigger campaign fund than the republicans What a fib We only need onefifth of what they have and will lick them out of their boots Hon Henry G Davis and his eightyyearold friend Wm P White have injected a great deal of life into Maryland and West Virginia politics These two boys are uproarously popular wth the young element CAN YOU EAT J B Taylor a prominent merchant of Ohriesman Tex says I could no eat because ofa weak stomach I lost all strength and ran down in weight All that nmnev could do was clone but all hope of leeovery vanished Hear ing of some wonderful cures effected by use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I concluded to tr l4be first bottle bent itted uf ja1ter tak ing four bottles I am fSijestbred to my usual strength weight audk health Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eatcapct cures 4 Sold by Mt Vernon Drug Co t I tJ St= lAyersI To be sure you are growing old But why let everybody see it in your gray hair Keep your hair dark and rich and postpone age If you will flair Vigor only use Ayers Hair VigorIyour gray hair will all the deep rich color ojjj youth Sold for 60 years 111gt1bottle glrutttttfor J trrn White HaiJ ON THE INCREASE WORLDS FAIR TRAVELS GETTING HEAVIERI While the volumn of travel to SL Louis on account cif the world Fair has not quite come up to tIltI expectations of the Worlds management or the railroads it has ben as large as was all things considered expectedI The banner month so eudance is concerned will be Sep tember October and November and during these three months the admission will undoubtedly equal if not surpass the entire number registered up to Augusts inclu she It is certainly a big grand show and one that no person with the means should miss It is the l1ca1lionalken advantage of by the great majority of ihe people of Americans are proud ofandjustly so On account of its unexcelle train service both as regards equipment and accontinodi tions the Louisville Henderson and St Louis railway better known as the Hen derson Route has carried the ma jority of Kentuckians to St Louis and 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 being showered on them as their train service is unquestionably tile finest operated in or out of Kentucky and their schedule of trains more nearly maintained than on he majority of roads For comfort in travel and for the best accommodations aud safest train schedules theres but one thing to at al times keep in mind get the Henderson Route habit and request this routing in purchas ing your tickets II114iiJr Kg5s- wI Discovery liFOR c and ISOc a Surest mid Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB I IilSS orSIOSfEir BACK Nerve Fag If You Waste Your Nerve Energy After Awhile You Will Suffer For It You can trnste nerve forco by excess overwork worry anxiety etc You can weaken yourself by not catinj proper food or sccurlns sufficient rest to renew tile nerve encr y you use up The proper treatment Jn addition to good phosphatic food such as wholu meal tread prepared cer Jsctc is Dr Miles Kestorativo Kervine This Is as truly a brain and nerve food as any food you could eat and be sides furnishes strength and tono of its own wnlch goes to the weakened nerve system and sets it to rights Dr Mites Restorative Nervine is a re freshing revitalizing tonic foodmedicine for the brain and nerves It reconstructs wornout nerve tissue and flits your languid brain with new life and vigor Dr Miles Nervine has made so many marvelous cures of people so sick the doctors thought they were Incurable that it Is today the standard medicine in many thousands of American homes The first bottle Is guaranteed to help you or druggist returns your money The cxtren tet c rrinfipnei rind intense insnuil strain incident to the banking business has caused nv to suffer with nervousness and insom nIt It gives mo pleasure to pay that I have used Dr Nervine with very satisfactory results Hn the treatment of these affections I am now on my fifth bottle sleepgsaIooin fact have t h possess nervesfl L DALBT Asst Cashier State Bank Texarcana Ark Write orC for Free Trial FREE Package Milts AntI fain Pills the New Scientific Homedy for Patti Also Symptom Blank Our tllttyouI INSOMNIA AND INDIOKSTKJN CtKEO Last year had a Very severe attack of indigestion I could not sleep at night and sufferedmost excruciating pains for three bouts after each meal I was troubltd this way for about three m niths when I used Chamberlains Slum ach and Liver Tablets and received immediate relief says John Dixon of Tuliamore Ontario Canada For sale by Char C Davis the druggist Modern Poet Give me a rhjine for inhltleilzaS itingIWANTliU Industrious man cr woman as permanent representa live of big manufacturing compan ito look alter its business in this county and adjoining tcwritory Business successful andestablished expensesifice Expense maney advanced Experience not essential Enclose GenelalIAND BUNIONS First soak the corn or bunion in warm water to soften it then part it down as closely as possible with jout drawing blood and apply Cham twicedathIshould be worn a few days to pro oct it from the shoe As a general liniment for sprains bruises lame ness and rheumatism Pain Balm is unequaied For sale by Chay C Davis the druggists Republicans have tapped Wall Street for One Million and Andrew Carnagie for a like sum to say nothing of smaller fry whichare under obligations for past favors Republicans realize that they will have to buy the election outright or loose COULD NOT BE BETTER The uniform success lof Chan berlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy has won for it a wide reputation and many people agrteiwithMilford Va who says It works preparajtionbetter lie had a serious attack of dysentery and was advised to try a bottle of this remedy which he did with the result that name diate relief was obtained For sale by Chas C Davis the druggist For Sal- eII for sale privately my Dwelling Lot Store House and stock ofGen eral MerchandiseG- ood Stand Good Improvements Conveniently Located Big Cash Bargain for some one For full particulars address C L PRUITT Jim Jeffries has Middleburg gone KyI sueJI 1888 841941 lit juUKHin t siy nurHii odIh enybody dont say uuffin boiu no bo IDenumber marriages am cr sign f prosperity Hits a sho sign o mu rihble an mo divoces Demo wimmin run on de stree s d2 less Lub stays at hoaie Hit aint allers de ooman dat gibes a bobtail boss in a red wag gin datji de aiijil of her husbands hert alo home no she aint Sum vimnrn want to bi a bosc An keepdeyselves in sight Deyd rudder drive a bobtail boss Dan say dey prars at hightIDa lead mule nius be gab Why fo Mose Kaze ebery time he jees a WPJ gin load 0 waltamillious he goes up to IDe stopsIsuckusgwine ter set de tug gahs in his town crazy 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sour risings a sense of fullness after eating indigestion dyspepsia and allstomach troubles Kodol Digests What You Eat Make the Stomach Sweet Bottls5orhr 00 thetrialslie sIs for 50 cents Pupared by Chit H mj