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Digital page images are linked to the text file. z Established 1887 =VOLUME XVIII MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 14 1904 NUMBER r OtJAIli Dr Proctor is taking in the Worlds fair this week Johu Thompson sold to Arson Lawrence a latin for 400 W H Brown of Preachersville wasdoAn Saturday and Sunday- S vend youngsters composed part to John E Craigs Sunday from Brodhead Andrew Cress of Wayne has been in this section for a few days visiting relatives We are glad to know that Buck Varnon is improving and hope he will still continue to improve Candidates appear in this ecttou every few daysat seem to be struggling very hard to get office sectiouellouglilT that is all Fanners are very busy sowing wheat AG and J M Craig bought of Riley Owens 4 yearling mules at 70 and ild lV B Burton o Lanca cr i urt and mute ft 95 and to John Logdon 2 mules at Proctor is impro ing Henry Brown is able to hout again Mrs Nathan Cress co tin ues about the same M F Craig has Iwen very sick but is some bet ter at this time ONE OF MANY H A Tisdale of Summerton S Ct suffered for twenty ears with the piles Specialists were em plowed and snanv remedies used but relief and permanent goodwas found only in the use of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve This is only one of the many many cures that have been effected by this wonder ful remedy In buying Witch Hazel Salve if is only necessary to see that you get the genuine De i Witts made by E C DeWitt in Chicago and a cure is certpr DeWtds Witch Hazel Salve cures 1 all kinds cfpie cut burns bruises eczetna tetter ringworm skin diseases etc Sod bv Mt Vernon Drug Co Of Among the oddities in the smoker room of Clyde Fnchs country house at North Coscoh there is a notice of the dissolution of a partnership between two colored hat hers The notice three feet square is written in red in on ellov per It cccuPies a corner between two crossed canoe pddleN and it reads de Dissolution of co par suips hcretofo resisting Betwix me an maze Jones in de barber per fesshun am hereiofo disolved pussnns Who 0 must pay to de subscriber Dem what de firm Os must call on as de firm is insolvedIWould not interest you if vou re loosing for guaranteecd salve fur sores burns or piles Otto Dodd of Ponder Mo writes I suffer ed with an uzly sore fora tear but a box of Bucklens Arnica Salve cured ale Its the best salve on earth It2C at all druggists you re another is a mighty poor argument a r I1 itnu ii t lt IIHI ATT Duglas Adams is very low with typho Frwk Mcore has intered school at Rymel of near Wil de attended church here Sunday- AC Hiatt made a business trip to the Erown neighl orhood Monday tics Ed Smith and children are spending this week with relatives lat RowlandlMessrs Sam and Allen Mahargnei left Wednesday to visit their par cuts in OhioIMr drummer of Berea spent night with A C Hiatt TuesdayI Mr Amos Smith and respondent made a flying trip to Crab Orchard Saturday Emmett Parkerson has returned front CmcMinati where be has been employed in a glass factory Uev G M Fish preached an interesting sermon at Oak Hill Sunday and Sunday evening A protracted meeting began at Mt ZIon Monday evening con ducted by Rev Thos Smith Mr Per Hiatt who his been suf paraIlyticMrs Amos Fuget of Corbin is spending a few days with her par erts Mr and Mrs Elijah Owen Misses Mary and Addie Shivel of Mareiburg spent from Saturday until Sunday with the Misses Hiatt sisteriLeoraguests of the family of J J Smith Frid lY Win Adams returned home from Rrrea Saturday where he has been to see hip daughter who is very low with typhoid G W Frith moved from vicinity to the farm of L S Prewitt Gill Lunceford moved to the hou e oc cupied by Mr Frith Oliver Potts pf the TJunited States Navy bois aPendinga few days with hoJiefolks was calling on one of our pretty girls Sunday Amos Smith entertained Friday evening in honor of his guests Misses Isabel and Margarett Hurt also Miss Atnadi Joseph ot Lancas terKILLEDLeonard Helton age Sxteen son of S H Helton was LonIdonhere for burial The family have the sympathy of the entire cum munity PLEASURE IPILL took DeWitts Little for billiousness or constipation you know what pill pleasure is These famous little pills cleanse the liver and rid the system of all bile without produc ing unpleasant effects They do butIto the tissues and organs of the stomach liver and bowels Sold by Mt Vernon Drug Co JtltODH EA n Miss Sadie Martin of Mareiburg is spending the week with Miss Ethel Parker Charlie and John Pike of Louis ville have been with hon efolk for a few days Mr Mack Aldridge is in J T Cherrys store while Mr Cherry is taking in the Worlds fair Dr Eugene Brown of Stanford was called here Monday to assist Dr Benton in operating on Grover Farris By mistake we had it last week that Miss Belle Roberts married Mr Leece when it should have beenjMiss Susie Robeits Mrs Judia Leffler of Louisville was called here Sunday to attend the burial of her brother Wm WeaerIIwere town shopping Tuesday IIIaday night fot their home in Georgia Mr and Mrs Russel Farris came TuesdayItoGrwer Farris orlthisJunction was here Tuesday and told us Unt he and his wife would take in the Worlds fair next week J E Houk of Mt Vernou was with relatives here Sunday Mr Wm Weaver living about i mile from town died Saturday of complications of diseases Was b tritd Suncay at the Cummins kb trying ground A wife aud nine children survive him Grover the nineteen ear old son of Mr aud Mrs Burg Farris jfromHe was sick a few and lovIiogavail He was a model voun Imanchurch Sunda by Rev A J Pike the remains were take itoo cemetry at the Christian church for iuter m in The heartbroKen family have the deepest sympathy of the entire community in this the loss of their baby boy and youngest brother And may they ever look to Him who doeth all things well Mrs Lillian Wilson who used to be Miss Lillian Woddall passed atiher home in Bardstown on Oct a Mrs Wilson was a daughter t f Robert Woodall of near this place for many years one of the most successful teachers of the county and was in every respect a most charming woman Her many friends here mourn the loss of her death Homer Meeker says he tells his wife everything that happens Griybpy Huh tbats nothing I tell my wife a lot of things that never did happen J C HOCKJiR6tCo jV LIVINGSTON KY Jt i1J the place to fndlthe best and E imost uptodate line of r L 1 nd Gen tr Furnsnstij ever brought ro1flf tltyt- f s 52 rf1 7 IA i1 t lr J1itWatch this space for J k rt tJ 4 i tr ARG AIfr1 pPEaI5 RNJ JL 1iPRINI SHOWS THROUGH JIlotscareICrelbrun t sown thn farmers are still waiting laud living in hopes thi Blip s twill not make a crop of wheat neither will it bring rain but when rightilimcshell rain How many of you moon ologists star gazers sign searchers could tell how often we haea new moon and what makes it Also w ttat are for signs of the zodiac and how and who originated them and do you not know have you not learned that the moon changes all the time every day Pickup your Blue back Speller and read When moon passes between the thel and the sun we call it new is not Now it does this about isIbrought about daily c by a oaily change or slow up of 50 minutes in the old sisters gate or walk f Prof Dinsmore wife and two young men have been with us since Friday showing pictures geograph ical historical Biblesieres worlds fair and Berea College and deliver iug lectures both interesting and amusing He was working in the didisPlendidupon the organ tho you must not hint the organ blzness to a certain preacher and sum good brother or theyll be mity mad How long 0 Lord how long this Strain at a nat and swallow a camelite biness hold down a part ov our peepS You had jist az well sing suns to a dead boss ax to use moral suasion with sick peepil andt reason and coinuionseuse Well the boys report thelrgeftcrbp of possums we have had for years andlother are improving excepting Goodpastor MrsI Mrs Mary Jane DeBord has to Stiopville to remain indefinitely with her daughter Mrs Ilerrin Mrs Sally French is yet with her parents but will return to her hus band JN French about Christ mas He is now in Colorado O A French writes that he is doing a good business in Indian Territory farming and cotton raising No inducements are held out toI young men here consequently they migrate to other parts no better than Rockcastle in many respects it the push puck and perseverance were brought into action by our people that He elsewhere Say what has become of our ed ucationalcolumn Did it die simply because we were too trifling to keep it up For 9 weeks I have been deprived of the use of my strong right hand and today every finger on it is so stiff that I can neither shut or straightem them yet I try to write Weesimply need themfyou quick vigorous active and strong enlarge the muscles aril expand the mind Too many of us are contented with I cant That will do It will cost labor and money and instead of putting forth a little ext ra effort and properly spending a few dollars at the right time we sit down on the stool of do nothing fold our arms close our eyes lapse into day dreams and let the golden oppor tunities of life pass Wake up young men take the bull by the horns a good education aud makeallof life you can 2 Very truly V BUCK VARNON GOOD FOR The pleasant toCHILDRENI less One Minute instant relief in all cases ofcough croup 9ud lagrippe because it does not paasliminediately into thestpra ach but takes effect right at the 5eatQn thetrpuble It draws out the in mationbeals and soothes and c1r permanently by enabling the ungs to contribute pure life gvti and lifesustaining oxygen to the blood arid tissues Soldb MVern Drug Co f f Published Every Friday or v 7vrr orr r lr rI f rLtt fir f cc f4r oooo f iThe H ustl i ng Cash i Store r ft 1Q r f t tt YABARGAI NSi BARGANS s U Here is vVhere You Can Z i Always Look for Bargains- LeHODAtflS9 4 il t LVsCSTO Vl f1 Crs T fiz i4ly r l v oY r y COVE W T Sharp has moved to Jelico TennReid Proctor has gone to Jelico work Miss Thersa Johnson has returned lonie froiu Willdieojj Miss Minnie Riddle was in Mt Vernon shopping Tuesday Rev Turpin closed a series of meetings at Flat Rock Sunday Quite number from this section attended church at Fiat Rook Sunday pUI1iMiss Lellic Ahney of Berea was visiting at Mr C Bryant Saturday and Sunday Milt Bryant and family of Lang ford visited Mr C Bryant and family SundayJT a popular candidate for assessor was jin this part the first of the week Rev J W Riddle filled his reg War appointment at Walnut Grove Saturday and Sunday Mrs Henry Davison and children of near Hiatts were visiting A Proctors family last week Green Riddle sold to Alfred Bry ant a three year old bull for 20 and a two year old heifer for 15 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 of Chamberlains Cough Remedy It is almost sule to be needed before winter is over and much more prompt and satisfactory results Ire obtained when taken as soon as a coliUs contracted anal before it has become settled in thesystem which can only be done by keeping the remedy at hand This remedy isI widely known and so altogether good that no one should hesitate about buying it in preference to any other It for sale by Chas C Davis the druggist Say pa queried little Johnny Bumpernickle what does this paper mean by a douhlemindid man It probably has reference ome some fool bachelor who i thinking of getting married m sun replied the old BROKE INTO HISnt1enanI SLeQuinn of healtlition When Dr Kings New Life Pills broke into his house his trouble was arrested and now hes entirely cured Theyre guaran teed tOiCureV 2scat all druggists ir1rZ cfi t = r J tt xj r i r a S J so is t0 X sm IfATIhot and dry Mr Harvey Chenault is taking in the Worlds Fair this week Mrs Sallie Beldon has just re turned from a vo weeks visit to her sister Mrs Geo Horden of H tltil101rOhia Mr M R Jones ot Tuscolin lit is visiting his father GW Jones andsisters Mrs Jack Arnold and Sick Hill here The entertainment given by Miss Fannie McClure teacher of the public school here Friday night was well attended and enjoyed by attendantsMr Ballard our present Superintendent was herethis week attending to some business and seeing about his chances for the next term as Superintendent- Mr Rusan Nilis 26 years old of Berea and Miss Florence Berry 16 years old were married at the brides parents Saturday of last week We wish the young couple many long and happy days IA JUDICIOUS INQUIRY Known drug mail who visits the drug trade says he often heard druggists inquireof customers who asked for a cough medicine whether it was wanted for a child or for an adult and if for a child they almost invariably recommend ChamberlainsCottgh Remedy The reason for this is that they know there is no danger from it and that tit always cures There is not the least danger in giving it and fo coughs colds and croup it is un surpassed For sale by Chas C Davis the For druggistI truce remarked Peckern at the dinner table the other evening hut you should remember the old saying that even the worm will turn Huh sneered Mrs Peckham I home you dont call yourself a worm do you- Possibly not replied the theoretical head of the combine on the day of our marriage I have distinct recollection of hearing some lone refer to you as the early bird CONFESSION OF A PRIEST Reno S Cox of Wake Arks writes For 12 years I consulteYa number of physicians and tried all sorts of medicines but got n relief Then I began the use of Electric Bitters and feel that I am now cured of a disease that had m in its grasp for twelve years If you want a reliable medicine for liver and kidney trouble stomach disorder or general debility get Electric Fitters Its guaranteed l by all druggists Only soc 1 IVILMAJISBUKti IlIiS5 Cora HetnphiJl daughter of U T Hemphill died of typhoid fever last night- Considerable fteling is bein manifested In the primary election to he held here next Saturday Yesterday morning the only child of Mr and Mrs P W Camp bell died of typhoid fever and rt noon the f tAr Mrr 4rsmpl passed uv te disease Mr CamactJber of Maccabees is is the fir r deith which lids r ured in the ur der at tills place sauce a Tent w s established here about ten years ago SAVES TWO FROM DEATH Our little daughter bad an si most fatal attack of whooping coug and bronchitis writes Mrs W K Ha land of Armonk N Y but when all other remedies failed v saved her life with Dr Kings News Discovery Our niece who had consumption in an advanced stage also used this wonderful medicine and today she is perfectly well desperate throat and lung disease yield to Dr Kings New Discovery as to no other medicine on earth Infallible for coughs and colds soc aud i bottles guaranteed by all druggists Trial botlles free An editor is a millionaire with out a job a King without a king dom He constructs towns with out a saw or hammer builds railroads without nails and farms with arlawyer and a son ofa gun ot wheelsSCOTTS EMULSION I thcrjoymentof life of thousands of men women and children Emuitasion gives the flesh and strengthso necessary for th cure of consumption and tho repairingof body losses from anywasting disease Emuld andIIwomen children Scotts Emu IIsion gives food and strength for growth of flesh and bon and blood For pale girls for thin and sickly boys Scotts helptSCOTT BOWNE Chemists 4O9415 Pearl Street NaWYofk 350cand SlOOv alt druggists MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY OCT H 1904 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President lUPGi ALTON BROOKS PAPKRC Of Sew York For Vicc resident HON HENKY G DAVIS Of Wst Virginia For Judge Fifth Appellate District TUDGR JAMES E CAKTRILL Georgetown For Congress LION G O GILBERT L of SheehylFOll JUIXJK AVeare nuthnrized to announce L W BGriiUKUM as a caiulidate forJudgeof Rockcastle Coun ty subject to the action of the Kepuhlican party Vc aro authorized to announce P II SlIUTTS as a candidate for County Judge 8- 1jret h to the action of the republican party Primary November 19thc FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce R JOIIXSOX as a candidate for Jailer of RockOostle Co ty subject to the lIlion of the Repulliisin arIF We art authorized to announce nEt IJlt as a Candida e for Jailer of Rockcastle Co ty subject to the action of the Republt party We are authorized to announce L L JARRL a candidate for Jailer of Rockensll Coun ty uhject to tbe action of the Republican party Ue arc authorized to announce CHARLEY OARMICAL asa candidate for Jailer f Rockeastle conn ty subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce C CUMMINS As u candidate for Jailer of this county sub jest to the notion of the jlenublican party Vc arc authorized to announce W W CLARK as a candidate tar Jailer of this count subject to the action of the Repub lican party Vo nift authorized o announce MAUTINE ai t after of Rock castle coo the action of the rcpnblifl Kly Primary Xev 9 FOR SUPERINTENDENT ltc are authorized to announce II BALLXRD- a candidate for reelection as Superin tendent of Rockcastlc subjaet to the action cf tbe republican party are authorized to announce S DAVIS- as a candidate for Superintendent of Rock castle subject to the action of the repub lican party IOK SHERIFF are authorized to announce II L MCFERRON as a candidate for Sheriff of Rockcas tie county subjecut to the action the Republican party primary Nov JOth We are authorized to announce G S GRIFFIN as a candidate for Sheriff of nockc tie county subject to the action of the republican party Primary Nov 10 FOR ASSESSOR Vre are authorized to announce K J MCKINNEY- as a candidate for Assessor of thisI county long term subject to the ac tion of the Republican party Pri mary November 19 I hlrlhv announce at a candidate for the republican nomination for the office of Assessor of Bockcastle County subject to primarywhtwill ng republican candidates for the various oSines to he filled by the voters at the general elec tion 190 have always been a consistent nepu blia ran mid have always been loyal to its nomi tiers mel if nominated and elected I pro ise that will faithfully ind honestly charge the duties of the office If the pat tars this honor to sonic other go republic n shall do what can to about his election at the general election but t feel that my services to the party en titles toe to this recognition Very trulyJOE WOOD We are authorized to announce T S BRANAMAN Aita candidate for Assessor long torah of this county subject to the ac tion of the Republican party With B Cummins as Deputy 0 COUNTY COURT CLKKK WP are uniliprzed toleIII ITATE IIsa candidate fo County Court Clerk of prrepublicanJi1nre rush r zed Jnahnonnoe the iJ1 fFVIVJCIIASTEI- a 4 acaridndaic for County Court Clerk of 4 Kockiasllf county subject to theaclinn of s lei ican Party Pnmtuy1Qoy s y rGRNpAP IFOR 3FAGISTIUTK We are authorized to announce WM MCQUEEN- as caneidate for Magistrate in did trict No1 subject to the action of republican party Ye arc authorized to announce CHESLEY PAYNE as candidate for Magistrate in ti fourth district subject to the acti o the Republican party Primary November 19 In his letter of acceptance by ti way a well written if demagogical plea Tom Watson shouts Tbe Peoples Party makes war upon private ownership honest wealth or legitimate profits It simply combats the legislation which builds up one man at the expense of another which gives special privileges to one class of InIs legislation whose motto shall In equal rights and exact justice to all without any favors to any Private monopoly is indefensible and intolerable Individual equali ty of opportunity and free compe tition are essential to a healthy and permanent commercial prosperity and any trust combination or mo nopoly tending to destroy these by controlling production restricting competition or fixing prices a wages should be prohibited and punished by law Mr Watson will Thena dore Roosevelt or his party for any such expression of hostility private monopoly He can alo 0II look to the Democracy for cans isLIIdestroying individual effort and crushing the life out of the farmer and the mechanic and every other man who seeks in honest daily t support for himself and family and yet as a candidate of the Pe J pies Party for President Mr Watson is playing directly into the Lands of the Republicans paiticu early seeking in donbtful State to lure away from Parker and Da the large Populist vole which if left to its own volition would be cast for the Democratic tickett BRYAN waged the greatest ever fought in a convention at Louis and while he did not get he contended for he wrote into t platform the principles of demo testy and made it easy for er man who believes as he does give loyal support to the National ticket He frankly admits t the questions of imperialism a trusts are graver than thee money problem and bows to the will of the majority in these matters He is consistent in his defense of Judge Parker who although H posed to free silver voted for JEaststandard IT is all well enough to to about 50000 democratic majorit when one wants to make the opposition feel unhappy but as a prltical scheme to insure a very WIllIefevery gives assurance of a glorious victory for Parker and Davis in this State there is no way of estimating the majoriry The aslines are differently drawn in Na tional contests Many men who would be influenced by local conI ditious or personal preference vote for a particular man or par are very loyal to their national ticket This fact makes figuring on the number of votes Roosevelt will be beaten in Kentucky trifle uncertain That be will be de feared by at least 25000 is positive but there is no greater mistake made than to take things for grant sucre way to make the majority 50000 to get out and work as if there was chance for us to lose the Stave Orugarevery JuGover POLITICS AND POLITICIAN S Gov Odell of New York declares he is tired of office holding and watts no moreoAlbert Adams the millionaire Policy King of New York was released from Sing Sing prison Tuesday The Republicans off Clevelandtl Ohio opened their campaign Salubday night Secretary Taft incipal speaker fiThesetts held a convention of less the n a four hours duration in Boston aturdayand nominated a Slat ticket headed by John L B tesfh R 1Chairmancratic Congressional Committee says the estimates of district lea ers in all the doubtful districts dicate a decided trend toward the Democratic nominees 10National Chairman Taggart was innof Montana had indorsed Parker and Davis This Mr Taggart says insures the electoral voter Moutaua for the Democratic na tional ticketiFormer President Grover Clet landwill preside at a mass meeting to be held in New York City Oct bee 2t and will make a speech support of Parker and Davis It will be the only speech Mr Clef e land will make during the campaign The campaign tour of the vic presidential candidate Mr Day anG former Senator David I through Maryland and KestV ginia opened auspiciously at Ba l tiI more where they met an astic reception An overflow met t ing was held Other speakers Wt Senator Gorman Senator Dan i1 and exGoy Whste With a view to safeguarding ballot and reducing crimes agai n5of the franchise to a minimum Stated Superintendent of Elections Geo W Morgan of New York has ranged with the police departni to have the lists of all registe red voters in Greater New York de livered to him fcr compilation intoj a card index This index will em brace probably 700000 names isaJsSenator Joe Blackburn the present campaign This is the dullest campaign I have ever se It is so dull that here right on the oileve of the election we have ar rived without even a single fight I think this is a favorable sign If the party in power cannot arouse enthusiasm when it is on trial then it is not to be supposed that the other side can put much feelings into the campaign Conditions ate somewhat similar to 1892 henB Cleveland was elected There was same lack of interest in the election and it was the slowest ofStthe one ever se 111a Republicansewere power not w ce 111P the voters and they were downed reptoeat year e sahatme notjing of apathy there is a steady drill to the Democratic side of the question NEWS ITEMS- JweUtodo negro farmer was a Clarksburg Ten by his two sonsinlaw lkHeavy rains are again floodi Santay Fe r w Robbers blew up a bank at Free land Ind with dynamite noel es1 caped with about 2000 Mrs JohnAngell who in a filed years ago claimed to be deadIhave been 13376456 ado missions to the Worlds Fair since the opening of the exposition Capt Amundsens Arctic expe 1903ty is Iter haetbeenseum Mrs Hettie Greens wealth is put at 50003000 or so and her living expenses are put at less th 5000 yearly isSix employes of the Grand Trunk railroad were suffocated by coal gas in the St Clair tunnel between Port Huron Mich and Samia ut The funeral of the late Postmasterj eneral Payne took place in Mil waukee The remains were viewed in the city hall by at least 25 ooo people The Sultan of Turkey does not like the dark and every night nInly bis apartments in tie palace but thesurrounding gardens as wtsare flooded with ligh1A London dispatch says Andrew iratettunof libraries in the orough of Islington Sir Richard Jcbb perhaps the nest Green scholar jii Europe is member of Parliament and fre quest lecturer itltIe classic at eK American uiutiur who has written npoon WhhinKeO1J11the trots Miss Lottie Early of Lynchburg Va is preparing to brie suit for possession of Blue Lick Springs in Nicholas count w hich she alleges wai illegally sold by a g uardianhStatement of the Treasury b3 ances in the general fund exclusive of the 150000000 gold reserve in ethe Division of Redemption Available cash balance 151461 584 gold 78070515 inDr Bossi the specialist detailed to visit Princess Louis of St z Coburg to inquire into her meat condition reported that he found no trace of insanity in the Princess lIbut that he discovered marks cf violence upon her ililAdvices from the seat of war are it is believed that a great battle is imminent Ge Knropatkin is continuing his a vance it is repolted The Japai rejese it is thought will make tandat Liao Yang The report of the thief of the le partment of domestic exploitation the Worlds Fair shows that Itogetherabollt 8000000 was ex buildings and ex aslublts Fortyfour States Terri repeseated In an address to students of the University of Chicago President Harper declared that in fifty years not a single religious problem o any importance had been solved bl the theological seminaries of th theye an too much occupied with denam ational questions x First Assistant Postmaster Gen seal Wynne was appointed Pos master General to succeed Pos mantel General Payne decd T appointment is temporary and it thought Mr Wjune will be su ceeded about January by Geor Cortelyou chairman of the Re publican National Committee Twentynine persons were killed and sixty injured by a collision of freight train and the last section o passenger train on the Missour Pacific railroad near Warrenshurg IMo The passenger train was car rying excursionists mostly iron Kansas o the Worlds Fair Tlu conductor of the freight train a a asleep while waiting in aside tract for both sections of the passenge train to pass When the first s lion passed he mistook it for t last section and ran his train on the main line- CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought gBearsthe s Rtenature of u IAfter a man has married his first glance at every caller at his office is at the callers handai prehending a bill hi them A trap never learns how to make his own coffee when he 1ivesat home and his mother has headache but alter he marries he learns How TO CURE CORNS AND BU 1I0 First soak the corn or bunion in warm water to soften it then pa it down as closely as possible wit out drawing blood and apply Cham dailYtIcorn r should be worn a few days to pi antectit from the shoe As a general liniment for sprains bruises lameness and rheumatism Pain Ba is unequaled For sale by Chas Cua Davis the druggists Suit for 100000 damages has been brought against Mayor b Clellan of New York by Hal Bell 0rkS1Civil BOWELS tllebowelaopen and well Force lathe shape ot ThJsmoothestthe clear and ti to tike CANDYII CANDYPleuant N JGOlet Address Rmeor c ctikaee er Yilt EEP YDURILOOIOLEQ 2 THE SUNDAY BIBLE SCHOOL SeriesIprepared by the Highway and By way Preacher- g Copyright by J if Eflson WESSON TEXT II Kings 1214r Memory verse So she went and came unto the man of God to Mount Carmel And it came to pass when file man of God saw her afar that he said to GehazI his servant Be old yonder is that Shunammite 1Y6 Hun now I pray thee to say unto her Is It well teeIIwell with thy husband Is It well with the child And she answered It la well And when she came to the man of God Sto the hill she caught him by the feet but came near to thrust her away And the man of God said Let ter alone for her ioui vexed within her and the Lord hath hid it from me and hath not told me Then she said Did I desire a son of my lord Did I not say Do not deceive rteE Then he said to Gehazi Gird up thy 1lloins and take my staff in thine hand way if thou meet any man salute him not and if any salute thee answer slnr not again and lay my staff upon the ace of the chiM And the mother of the child said As he Lord Hveth and as thy soul iiveth till not leave tlte And he aroue atd followed her 3l And had pUlled on before them nd laid tte staff upon the face of the child as ttere was rd her voice our hearing andnAnd when Ellsha was come Into the ouse behold the child was dead and laid eon ha bed thenord Jl Atd he went up and lay upon the hld and put his mouth upon his mouth nd hs eyes upon his eyes and his hands pon his hands and he stretched himself the chld and the dash of the child alpan warm- Then he returned and walked in the ouie to and fro and went up and stretched icsef upon rim and the thud sneezed even limes and the child opened Lis ryes And he ciiUed Gehazi and said Cal rehis Shunammlle So he tailed her And she was come in unto him he said the up thy son Then she went in and fell at his feet = d bowed herself to the ground and took p her son and went out SCRIPTURAL SECTlONThe whole ny cf the Shunammite woman beginning verse GOLDEN TEXT The gift cf God is ternul life through Jenu Christ our Lorrt Rom 623 TIME Uncertain fLACE Shunem a few miles south of Nazareth Samaria the probable home f ELsha and Mount Carmel where the retirementiProphets Presence Gained Vs 2- 67The first thhig that impresses it elf upon us in connection with this esson is the desperate need of this jroket hearted mother Her only boy kindnesshro died suddenly probably from sunstroke Vs 1820 Ah what a heartbreaker Oneg3hunammUe would not carry her burden alone She must go to the prophet jf God The sisters in the stricken lome at Bethany would not carry their burden alone They must tell Jesus John 113 In her sorrow the Shunammite was lot rebellious There lara beautifully ouching suggestion in verse where ihe took her lifeless darling and laid him on the bedat the prophet ot aiths submission to God Ood had iven and God had taken awaV Job 121 Z Prophets Services Won Vs 2831 Gehazi would not dot The Shunam DUe must have Elisha Gehazis part this story is suggestive of the bin pathwaheof human means to restore life It re nlcds us of the disciples failure to teal the demonIc son and of the dna ippeal to Jesus Luke 3743 Why should we be content with the Gebaz then we may have the Christ Himself Vote three things in connection with the Shunammites Interview with th prophet The soul unburdenedshe toll the prophet all 2 The soul hanging onflAs Jeho vah liveth and as thy soul liveth I wil not t1e thee The Jacob spirit Gen 3226 is the spirit that always ob tains the cooperation and help of GOt Note the parallel llnthls particular tween the Shun 1 nmlte woman and thE Syrophenlclac woman Mark 7 2529 3 The soul triumphant And lu arose and followed her 3237the heard the mothers sobs he knee her desire but before he could serve icr he must seek the Lord in prayer be must learn Gods will Then he wa ofvseye hands to hands His vitality going into the cold dead frame of the boy lifelifthplea and loves sacrifice of self Her Godywaiting to give Jife we need to get into clove contact with them we need to pu amowe ma warm to the lifegiving power otJesu Faiths plea and loves sacrifice wil thelmwill be sired Let us give ourselves to the task as unreservedly and earnestly as did the prophet Hornlcsecutlon Going ahead depends on more than head power The only way to insure happiness to deserve It Loves old method Is rood tough for needsI ore to the steel so Is the immaturity of youth to the tempered graces of age Iris no use leaping some sheep into the green pastures they would only sigh for the briars over the fence JI HI AGENTS JIIUTAGENTS BSK OREATK8T BOOK OF THK DAY of C Br IAcAUKReeded Pros oclock sU by night Sold U tall Tsssworked oas 7cet12erMrsIry G t A STB appreqates a stylis comfortable s embraces all these qualities Made the StLOUIS The Celebrated TennantShoe Foi nice fitting no superior JONAS ENZIE Aget Mt GRANVILLEOWENS I UNDERTAKERBrodhead Ky LuaI o Sc B3 RAMSEY 1IJFor 3 Fresh Meats ofall Kind Give us trial and ifve please you tell if not tell us MEAT in any part of town SHOP in basement opposite Queen Orescent housetud 1SHORTEST LINE AND QUICKEST rHEDULE BETwEEr Cincinnati Lexington i Knoxville Asheville y arretSavannah Atlanta Birmingham New Orleans SLre eport fi and Points ftII Trav Passr Agt 89 E Main St cxington Ky WA QARPHTT Gen Mgr W C RINEARSON Cn Pass Agt Q ONlYIoo DAILYAND SUNDAY DEMOCRAT IFOR THREE MONTHS S This will the Presidential GVn which promises to be one of the most exciting in history NOW and get all the news W P WALTON Lexington DAILY TOURIST SLEEPERS TO CALIFORNIA Iron Mountain Route operate Pullman Tourist Sleepers St Lcuis to California leaving 830 m daily via Little Rock Tex irkana Dallas Fort Worth and El Paso The Ideal Route to Califor lia Fast Schedule cheap Colo ist rates in effect daily 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 m from Kansas City Wednesdays Thursdays and Fridays 630 p m going via Pueblo D RG sys rem through Glenwood Springs Salt Lake City to Ogden etc Homeseeker and Colonist rates to various points jn the West and Southwest oven first and third Tuesdays each month For mil folders descriptive Utera ure rates etc consult nearest Ticker Agtnt of address R Ti G MATTREWSTPA Norton d t1attStf1ILouistille K Q A LWAYS preferable 5tyle mind Burn bility they have Me Sole Vernon Ky W v FULL Coffins All Mail Telephon a others deliveied Court Texas AIKEN cover paign Subscribe Ky during The Keystone of Good Health is pure food Lion Coffee is all coffeeno glazing of eggs or glue to conceal de qualityFresh in flavor because always in sealed packagesnever in bulk They had escaped from time tall grres via the excursion route and were bent on committing niHirirmv ny Finally an obliging minister was found and the tr able letjj Young man said tin ImCst do you take this woman forl bet ter or worst Blandefl knew mi terhrs werend the rural youth iHet niyMglgsIowils ri T tKrtUtt JlUii1 lIT VERNoN KY OCT 14 lOOt I 79 Cell up Nn 79 wttera- ynu wenttoCnmmuntcote with SIGNAL 79- LoulivLLcNasKYLLLR J TIME TABLE 24 north 1206 p m i6north 308 a m 23 south 129 p ir 5 South 105 a TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 latend alike lit Patlce n mall matter PERSONAL K J Miller Jr will 010 shortly to the M s Rice propert Mrs Lou Boulware of Kingston is visiting relatives here this week Charley Simpson has moved Ic the Mrs Mary CaryCarter property stDrthisBethuiirn J B Reams took the third dt gree in Masonry Monday and L J the first Miss Alice Lewis left yesterday for S1 Louis to take another look nt the big fair Mrs C C Williams spent Su n day with her daughter Miss Risse in Lexington Drand Mrs M Penuingtc n will leave to morrow night for the Worlds Fair Elberr Hansel is able to he on the street and Cossie Sutton is much improved Andrew Cress of Monticello is speeding the week in the count taking oil leases Mrs W H Branaman and Mi sslie Ann Branaman were in the first of the week shopping Marion Denhams child whic has been very low with double pneumonia is some better daiugeneDurango Colo that he is tier much improved in health C M Cummins has moved to the JJonas McKenzie property recently by Charley Simpson i J J Adam after a two months visit to relatives here left Wednes day tor his home in Bonanza Ark Miss Susie Thompson left Tuesday for a visit to relatives at Crab Orchard Preachersville and Lan casteraMiss Lettie Caldwell after spend ing a few days with Mrs G M Ballard went to Stanford to visit friendsCashier W L Richards and Ev eret Tiller were in Lancaster Sat urdav in the interest ofa second well in the county E K Wilson who will be w remem bered by many of the peo ale of this county was here yesterda- He is fijewelryRev F P Gates was up from Livingston yesterday and left copy for the minutes of the castle Baptist Association with t office for publication M G Sigmon and G R Sproles two popular conductors of the CV returned Tuesday night from a ten days stay at French Lick Springs Mr Sigmon is a former Rockcastle boy and a son of Mr John Sigmon ofBrodhead Grant as he is familiarly called is one of the most popular men on the division and his worth as an employee was evidenced a short time ago when he was made extra passenger c ducter LOCAL Five weeks from next Tutsday is the election oniAJames Hunts house and hot se bold goods were destroyed by fire Sunday Dont fail to read Robt C advertisement which appears else where in this issue NOTICE The officers of the last November election who hav- erri their possession anv of the enls keys to the Ballot hox s etc will please return sa ucto the cunty court clerk at once Please do not l delay this matter as iris Ver- bpessary nee fj that they be here at fifteen days beforee the i electipnV tl c i The Rev Eugene Suldgrass will lecture in the Christian church here to murruwSaturday night ntionIar charged brat the rate of 5cts per line Contractor fritz Kruegersays b e hopes to have the new bank build jug at Brodhead ready by Deceit her ist L A Bowman brought in a fine trove of cattle this week which he held bought in Jackson county t fair price Reenrntnllector fur this district address ed a very small audience in th uurt house here Monday Berea College is to receive 15 oo as a bequest from Miss Mar Terry of Hartford Conn who lied recently in Venice DurFam will give up the rih Hotel a Brodhead November ist We did not learn who will take charge t Jonas McKenzie says he wool he very thankful if the persoi who took a pair of pants from hh ore a Jew days ago would return em CVC Williams anti Robert Cox proprittorsof the old brick hotel are having a livery stable built the rear of the lot to be occupier by W M Arnold The stock law will go into effec ne it week It includes every thinj but cows and for the benefit of a1 concerned we wish to say that tin law will be enforced C M Cummins says that the port which is being circulated that be is out of the race for jailer is a mistake and that be is still in the race and will fight it to the finish Clint Thomas James Thonifs fineYd court 50 and cost each for shooting on the pub hijhway James Thomas and McK nev are from Tennessee It1t you have not registered dont fail to do Monday Tuesday or Wedne day before the election art ys on which you can go before County Court Clerks and have your name placed on the register James Ballou who is note in the county jail on a felony charge wa married Monday to Miss Loa Tay lor Thee ceremony took place ii the sitting room of the jailers residence immediately after which tIt groom was returned to his cell a the bride left for her home The water situation is becoming alarming in this ect on tf the State Many families in Mt Vernon are having to carry and haul water almost a mile and if the drouth continues much longer n s a question whether they will be able to find it at that distance not ellNorrcN H Brown of the rm Price Brown having sold rypersons said rm will please settle sa once as we wish to wind up the firms business as sooty as pos BROWNl KyisA move is on foot to build a m ern lime kiln near the gass well G S Levisays farm and util the gas found in well No i p down by the Rockcastle Development Co If the gas proves to be sufficient to burn the lime the proj ect will be a sure go Some L caster parties who already have an interest in the gas wtllwill also have ar interest in the kiln stgisoter on 4th can by goin before the county court clerk and making affidavit showing their reasons for not registering have their name placed upon the register providing they do so on Monday Tuesday electionheno a second registration day remember rjt is the lastandonly chance and if a ly one fails to comply with it they will most assuredly lose OXtheir vote 9Gg t Go TO MTVERNON- Cancerumcures cancers Take only your cave of living thDr G B Lawrence will send you home from within 16 to 30 days cancerless and happy No knife virtually painless N money re quireduntil cure is effected Ref erenci Bank of MkVern nBus iness Professional wen and cure patients W 3 ft r r o C i tc 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 WeG T JOHNSON sept 3031 Wildie Ky IN TEE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES For The Eastern District of Kentucky Tii the matter bankruptWILSON 1905fo the of the tbuve named who has been adjudged a bankrupt will be held at he office of the Referee in Stan lord Kon the 20th day of Oct iyo4at 9 oclock a in to elect a Trustte for the estate of said Bank uptand for the transaction of oth r business as may conic before the nieetiug Comply with Section 57 of the Bankrupt net concerning proof of claims otherwise your claim cannot be allowed J N SAUNDERS Referee in Bankruptcy LIYINHSTO J H Hagan was in Crab Orch ard Wednesday W C Mullins is in LaFallete Tenn this week Mrs Henry Browning entertain 121 and Mrs A N Bentley at iiimer Wednesday Mrs Bert Whitehead is visiting n Stanford this week Mrs James Aldrid1stillcontino fies very ill with malaria Mrs Maude Spraul of the Eight 3ables is on the sick list Mrs Woodie Strippie is visitin elatives in Lincoln county Mr Bruce Cameron of Paris is visiting Mr and Mrs Thos Cam ron Champ Mullins came down from Richmond Tuesday to visit home folks Mr and Mrs J R Stucky and son John are visiting in Butler ville S DS McKinney of LaFollete Tenn the guests of friends in town Sunday Mrs Ed Woodall visited her other Mrs B F Sutton at Mt Wernon last week S 5 McKinney of LaFdllette and Sam Magee spent several days this week in CincinnatLIndMrs Claud Ltnville of Paris visited her parents Mr and Mrs Brack Graves last week Mesdames Brack Hayes and George Reynolds returned home Sunday from Mt Vernon Capt J H Thomas of Pans came down Wednesday and is th guest of Mrs John Ireland ofMr Johu Witt was called toI Williamsburg Wednesday on ac count of the death of his mother Mr and Mrs J C Hocker are housekeeping and the latchstring hangs out for their numerous friends Mr and Mrs Jerome Adams presented their daughter Miss Cora with a handsome silk dress in honor of her i8th anniversary Johnodannd the homerMondayutthe Cnestnut Street Baptist church Louisville has presented the new Baptist church at newanorgan Rev Dr Weaver of Richmond will preach at the Presbyterian church Saturday evening and Sun day morning and evening He will himllcdied her S S class with a picnic on ildcat last Saturday The class was commposed of Josephine and little sister Elmore Leila Petitt samIbrookModern Remedy Co Troupe TheygaveImeet witha warm welcone Miss Lsla Sambrook received the prize in the popular lady contest and Master Melvin Wetelfield as the most popular b toy Mrs Sue Rlullinsisharinga ncw roof put or the tottape on plain St occupied by John Howell Brack Hayes and J E Singleon ate im proving their property by adding chimneys attdncu gratts J F Coopers new luuse will soon be finishedals the H D Magee resi dence acress the river Ever thing is on the boom Ar the instigation of Dr Walter A Lackey who was recently re moved as first assistant physician at the Western Asylum for tile In sane Supt Milton Board Com missioners C H Bush John B Chilton M W Johnson F M Quarles Treasurer L H Davis and Secretary J C Buckner were in dieted by the Christian county grand jury for malfeasance in office Dr Lackey was indicted for como mining assault and battery on an inmate Supt Board i5 charged v nth padding pay rolls and with keeping a dead man on the roll for several months while the commissioners are indicted for selling supplies to the institution All are StategW iiichardson two heifers belonging to the State in return for his efforts in securing from the last General Assembly the 75000 appropriation for the Western Asylum This last charge- is admitted to be true Senator Richardson was a member of Senatecummittee c tInt visited the asylum and recommended the ap propriationThe b1tein tine House of Duputies of the Episcopal Church on the subject of divorce was fruit less there being a marked differ ence of opinion among the dele gates The discussion will be re sunned to day The annual report qf the Commissary General of the Army shows UnitedIpea was 8281750 The enlistment bakers in the army is recommended The eighth annual convention of the United Daughters of the Cut federacy is in session at Paducal iteIn a shooting affray between Ben jamin Durham a druggist and Jut Wright a farmer at Junction City Ky both were dangerously wound edJSheriffs Ser ROCKCASTLE CICUIt COURT W T Smith Plff Wm VSICom Schl DistNo t72 ockcastlo Co Ky Deft Notice of Sheriffs Sale By virtue of execution No 497 which issued from the Clerks office of the Rockcaste Circuit Court on a judg ofIper cent per annum from the first tl OfF Cb 1902 until paid and the ther sum of 11535 with interest at the of 6 per cent from the day ol 190 and tho cost of this action which is 740 with a credit of 2532 paid Dec 23d 1903 and wIill CLOTHINGI lt 4t + +++ti For the Next Two Weeks wo propose to offer to the public the greatesty v Slaughter Prices on Clothing Ever Known in Roclccastlb county Mens all wool Suits 3JJO to Jt 0 OUiifQIyolIrseIfVurbwish to buy or not Yours for business dROBw COX PhoneT s Iklt Vernont t tB K y FrJ r I rtr t a EAT and LIVE I We are prepared to furnish our 1 Customers with the best Flour A 4 on Earth at the following ex x CePti l1aIlY low prices and every of h SackIS guaranteed or Money re f funded rg ItIStandard Pat per 100lb 300 per 241 b bag 7oe A SQehigh A SSKprier 4g R Houk AdlmSIPhone 75 MT VERNON ICYtoG gD r W u door of the Court house in Mt Ver non Ky to the highest and best bidder at public auction on Monday the 24th day of Oct same being County Court day between the hours of 8 oclock a m and 4 oclock n ni on a credit of three months thefollow ing described property towit One school house and lot on Client nut Ridge Kookcastle county Ky lo toted in common school district No 72 of said county and being the sauce house in which school is being taught at this time and said lot contains one disItrictwill be required to give bond with good surety bearing legal interest from the date of sale and having the force and effect of a judgment Bid ders will oe prepared to comply promptly with these terms H L TATE S n c Worlds Fair Short Line flSOUTHERN Y hOJ test Fastest and Best tot Worlds Fair Look at the Schedules Lve Lexington daily 610 a m Louisville 900 a in Arrive St Louis456 pm Solid train of Pullman sleepers standard dining car and vestibuled soothes through from Lexington to St Louis without change Lve Lexington daily 530 p Louisville 1015 p m Arrives St Louis 732 a m t Solid train of Pullm sleepers and Free Reclining Chair Cars through train Lexiugtsn to St Louis with out charge EXCURSIONofRATES FROM LEX ay1NGT0 1665 Good returning until De cember 15 1904 1385 Good returning 60 days 1240 Good returning 15 days Tickets will be on sale daily it above rates 87oCoachi excersion tickets on sale every Tuesday and Thursday in August and September good turning seven days T W CREWS T P A 89 E Main St Lexington C H HUNGERFORD D P A 234 Fourth ave Louisville Ky 7 GB ALLEN AG P A St Louis- WANTED tlaS1countJrand represent and ad rtiean old established business house ofsolid Zrfors each Monday by check direct from headqunrjtrs Horse and bujigv anpositilJper Co Ic t AMonon Bldg Chi- i 1 ri ir otP2Go To Chs1 C o flavisyDrtigslOre FOR Drugs nemicals Patents anD Oils I ALSO fl Compie e Line B1 Pharmaceu ical AND Toilet Articles Gallore PHONE 64Day or Night CHAS C DAVIS Pharmacist MT VERNON KY Io 7J 1m1JWU WILLIS GRIFFINPractical Undertlcer and FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Ky Stock CompleteFINE HEARSE Cm jMetalic Caskets hacu Embalming done on short notice Come and see me anything I have not got cau get for on firs ain that leave the city OR D E RS by wire Promptly Filled Phone No 63 The World All Knows YtheWorlds Fair Linfe If you have a trip in view to Evansville St Louis or to any point in the West or Southwest ASK FOR RATES And Ask Us1t If tnere are reduced rates in effect on account of special occasions Home Seekers or Colonists Ex cursions we have them T E MWOMACK GL GARRETT Y City Passenger A gnllttrlattlIhig Passirr Acv- tL J IRWIN General IassenberAgent Lojuisville Kentucky lAyers Pills Want your moustache or beard alJeaatlMferown orrlcttWack Use Attached and you US The dose is one just one pill at bedtime Sugarcoated mild certain They cure constipation Tee H OYErr1iI l I SCRAPS 0 JET Hone I meu do not become offended when asked to pay cash the dead beats are the fellows whose feelings areset on a hair trigger Smile and thegang smiles woth you That k if you ray the price Hut if youare broke this is nojoke With the crowd you cut no ice Ptckein My wife never paps an attention to what I say Kupecx Mine doesat tines- PcckcniHow do you menageit Enpeck I talk in my sleep Contentment is better than riches said the philosopher Yes answered Mr Dustin Stax complacently But I dont see any objection to having both An Ideal Man lives in Atchison When he calls hiwife ta gct nj and start the fires he does it in a poetical way ayiug The sun is peeping over the hills Beloved it is Morn Do you think my age is begin ning to tell on me queried Miss 1lderleigh Yes dear replied Miss Peachly but then you have no caue for worn it doesnt begin to tell the whole truth1 Young mau whispered the old spellbinder there are some things about this campaign that will take 9l your breath away You dont say responded the young may Are you alluding to the campaign cigar You will have to pay extra fin tbiIt ta d the customs officer ti the returning tourist ji Why should I pay extm asked the traveler Because replied the obdurate official its your duty PaulineIm invited to De t SSwells ball Jiext week but 1 cant make up my mind what to wear t Gertrude Well dear if you want my advice I think with a complexion like yours a thick veil would be the proper thing Biffbang Thats a swell stud you are wearing Smithkins I wish my friend Trotter could get a glimpse of it tSmithki s flatteredIs your friend a diamond xpert BiffbangNo he travels for a plateglass factory MaudDo you know what Kit McFranklin says about you She told me the other day that she got Archie Feathertop away from you MaybelleBless her little heart she did Please tell her Im so grateful to her for it that Im go ing to let her keep him Mistress Norah you shouldnt use kero to light the fire with its dangerous Norah Oi alms used it at me list Mistres place 11UtllIblown ut- NorahSure an Oi did mum most ivory day by th missus Walker Do you know ot Coun cilman Blank still has his office on L the second floor of the Cloudland BuildingKuoxNo he is now located on the nineteenth floor of the same buildingWIketSs What reason had be for making the move ft l KnoxUe probably discovered that he bad no show of being elect d to a higher office so he concud tet to rent one Say let up will you said the wagon wheel You make me tired You fellows are always running around rejoined the blacksmith No wonder you have that tired feelingYoure like your bellows coutinuel the wheel full of wind Huh exclaimed the bellows You needn think you are the eu tire guustore just because you hap pen to be a little revolver Then the wagon tongue spoke tIT and put an end to the hubbub Talk about closefisted men Said the clerk at the bargain coun terjHwhy that woman just going outilhe door could give cards and spades to any man I ever saw and win in a walk Oh its a womans nature to haggle over prices you kuuII re joined the floor walker But she didnt haggle said the clerk She selected an aiticle and paid for it without a word but during the ib minutes I kept her waiting for the change she never looked at another thing in the store JFraid shed see something she panted I suppose AyersDoctors first prescribed Ayers Cherry Pectoral over 60 years ago They use it today more than ever They CherryPectoral rely upon it for colds coughs bronchitis consumption They will tell you how it heals inflamed lungs i I had a very bad for three years g tried Cherry Pectoral MySre neatedaud coub awayPcA Guthrie Centre art fM J c co Afldrugit forIjteltM Old Coughs Ono Ayers PHI at bedtime insures a natural action next morning ON THE INCREASE WORLDS FAIR TRAVEL GETTING HEAVIER While the volnnin of travel to St Louis on account of the world Fair has not q lite come up to the expectations of the Worlds Fait management or the railroads it has been as large as was expected all things considered The banner month so far as tendance is concernedwill he Sep tember October and November and duting these three mouths the admission will undoubtedly equal if not surpass the entire number registered up to August 31 inclu siveIt is certainly a big grand show ind one that no person with the means should miss It is the op portunity of a life time in an educa tional way and one that will be ta ken 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 Louis ville Henderson and St Louis railway better known as the Hen derson Route has carried the ma jority of Kentuckians to St Loui 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 the J train service is unquestionably the finest operated in or out of Kentucky and their schedule of train Iis more nearly maintained than 01 the majority of roads For comfort in travel and for the best accommodations and safes train schedules theres but om thing to at al times keep in mind get the Henderson Route habit purchasI II KILL THE COUCH ANDCURE THE LUNGS IIWITH I II f c FREE Or Kings New Discovery IIFDR OLDS PriceI 50c100Free Trial I Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB I XJES or KONEY BACK NerveFagI1 Nerve Energy After Awhile You Will Suffer For It Ton can waste nerve force by excess verwork worry anxiety etc You can weaken yourself by not eating proper food or securins sufficient rest to renew the nerve energy you up The proper treatment In addition to good phosphatic food such as wholo IslDrThis Is as truly a brain and nerve food as any food you could eat and be sides furnishes strength and tone of ita own wnlch goes to the weakened nerve system and sets it to rights Dr Mites Restorative Nervine Is a re freshing revitalizing tonic foodmcdicino for the brain and nerves It reconstructs wornout nerve tissue and fills your languid brain with new life and vigor Dr Miles Nervine has made so many marvelous cures of people so aid 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 belj you or druggist returns your money The extreme heat close confinement and intense mental strain InCdent to the banking business has caused iiw to suffer with nervousness and insom thatIvery satisfactory results in the treat meat of these affections I am now on my fifth bottle and cat and deep well fact have almost forgotten that I AlistC1shler TrialPPain Pills the Iew Scientific Remedy OurSpecialistyou what is wrong and how to rightit COuIQItTQRIa8 I INDIANS WHO AKb KAHMtt They Can anti Will Work Even at tire Ctcacly Drudgery nnl1Ior Shop In gauging the results of the indus trial training of the Indian lor cdu cation with him means industrial training the fact must be taken Ina account that these people have never heretofore been obliged to work Since the old hunting days whose heavy labors were relieved by the excitemenT of the chase their maintenance for the most part has been provided by the federal government in return for laud ceded says the Southern Workman Their children are educated without cost to them Content with a simple ife they are without our tomplex anu multiplied wants and with an inherent improvidence they have no tare if he morrow Whether or not thj have far too much done for them trends perhaps on the point of vim Doubtless we should not think it to nueh if done for ourselves and or hildren and yet it has surely been enough to weaken the Indians power jf initiative and in so far to do him wrong The effect will pass how ever arid in ihe meantime the fmIlhewill work even at the steady drudgery of the farm or shop THE UNDERGROUND SYSTEM How Diseased Immigrants Get Into the United States Temporary Remedies Help I drew the Neapolitan into tall about the underground system for admitting iiseased emigrants into the United States writes Broughton Brandenburg in LisHes Monthly and lu said that there were doctors in Naples who could so relieve trachoma in hours that if the emigrant lit up the treatment he or she could get by the doctors at New beIthan before and if the treatment was continued too long it would cause blind less Those emigrants who could not be doctored temporarily were sent through How sent through For answer a shrug of the shoulders and a Oh pay sonic money to some people However having heard of the system in Mestina on the steamer in the city of Naples and now seeing such palpable signs of it right in the shelter of the Capitanerla began for the first time to believe what could scarce credit be fore that the gold paved avenue into my beautiful healthy Ironic country for the lovhsomely and contagiously dis eased did exist HAD A PROPHETIC VISION Russian Writer Foretold Disasters That Recently Befell His Coun trys Navy at Port Arthur One of the must remarkable instances of political prophecy that have come to light in recent years is reported by Dr K J Dillon A Russian named Lev itoff published recently at Port Arthur a pamphlet urging that the Russians do everything possible to gain time and that they withdraw the fleet as an in cumberance and depend upon their merical superiority on land With great clearness he pointed out the perils of meeting Japan on the sea The Yellow Bosporus the Straits of Corea is a trap into which the Japs at Englands instigation are try lug to entice us So long as we steer clear of a sea fight he continues the command of the sea and the Anglo Japanese alliance are not worth a sucked egg If we resolve to keep out of an engagement on water anti if we are further prepared to do without our lleet not only by refusing to increase it but by getting rid of it wholly and without reserve then the Japanese trine Asia for Asiatics becomes mean ingless and we have a free field on winch to continue our worl of culture in that part of the globe POPULAR RUSSIAN DRINK Vodka the Muscovite Firewater Is Nearly ThreeQuarters Pure Alcohol Vodka is the popular Russian drink It is to the Muscovite what firewater used to be to the aboriginal Indian It provides him with courage when all else falls and he will fight to the death for it There are eight vodka distil leries in the new town of Harbin the center of Russian industrial and com mercial development In Manchuria and the inhabitants drink vast quantities of the product Fortysix thousand men are iu Harbin At least 40000 drink vodka The daily consumption is 3000 gallons or about threefifths of 3 pint each That would make for ery man about five good dramsnoth ing at all but for the fact that vodka is about 145 proof that Is in each 100 gallons there are 72 gallons of pure alcohol Vodka is as strong as schli vowitz three drinks of which will knock a man silly For comparison most of the American whisky sold over the bar is from 90 to 93 proof Nicknames for British Warships Jack likes a name which rolls easily off the tongue short handy and open to familiar alteration The Howe of the admiral class which he has dubbed Anyhow the Aeolus known as Alehouse the Resolution nicknamed the Rolling Rezzythe Barbara which bluejackets know chiefly as Baa Lam and the Old ImmortaHtorImmortalight by which he is wont to identify the handsome cruiser lately in eastern waters bearing a famous record all have handles that suit and please bin LoLdon Telegraph WANTED Industrious man woman as permanent represents live of big manufacturing compam to look after its business in tlw county and adjoining territory Business successful and established Salary 2000 weekly and expenses Salay paid weekly from home of lice Expense maney advanced Experience not essential Enclose selfaddressed envelope General ManagerConio JlpcfcChKjagp COLLEGE NEWS OO suns and skies and flowes ol luue And c iuds of Jvne together Ye can not rival for one hour Octobers blight blue edth IHelen Hunt Ja sos The music department opened this week with eleven students Ten minutes vocal training giver every morning to all members I the school in order to secure a hetj ter quality of voice in the chapt singingAs as tile standings in the collegiate department justify it class organz itions will he formed and class colors class offices etc chosen Just now the Junior class is leadingas it should lead The lJunior class with Oliver Forseth as Chairman will have charge of the College Notes at ter Ibis week Miss Taylor has been invited to addres the women during the meeting of Synod at Danville She will be absent but a day from her class a CAN YOU EAT 1 B Taylor a prominent mer 11couldran down in weight All thru money could do was done but hope of recovery vanished allII ing of some wonderful cures ed by use of Kodol Dyspepsia I concluded to try it The first bottle benefitted me and alter tak rug four bottles I am fully restored to my usual strength weight and health Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and cures Sold by Mt Vernon Drug Co For Sale I offer for sale privately my Dwelling Lot Store House and stock of Ger er tI Good MerchandiseI Big Cash Bargain for some tine For mill particulars address C L PRUITT Middleburg Ky NEW TOURIST SLEEPING CAR SERVICE TO CALI 1 FOR 171 A On August the ijth the Missouri PaciPc Railway will establish adailv hrough Tourist Sleeping Car Linet Louis to San Francisco Train gill leave St Louis daily 159 p The route will be via Missouri acific Railway to Pueblo Colorado hence via Denver and Rio Grande to Salt Lake City and Ogden and Southern Pacific to San Francisco and Los Angeles This is the famous scenic Line of the world through the picturesque Rock vlouutains The service and ac commodations will be uptodate und will be personally conducted Vey low rates will be in effect from August isth to September loth via Missouri Pacific Railway to the principal Pacific Coast points nd return Also Low Rate Colo nist one way tickets will he sold from September 5th to October 5th For rates information and reservation of berths apply to icarest representative of the Mis souri Pacific Railway or addres- sI C Townsend G P T A it Louis Mo or R T G Mat hevs T P A Louisville Ky COULD NdT BE BETTER The uniform success jof Cham lerlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy has won for ita wide reputation and many people hroughonc the country vill agreeI cub Mr Chas W Vlilford Vaiwho says It works ike magic and is the best prepafa ion I know of It rouldht be any letter He had a serious attack jf dysentery and was advised to ry a bottle of this remedy which le did with the result that mime liate relief was obtained For sale by Chas C Davis the druggist When a maman thinks she has been in one place long enough she climbs a step ladder and breaks her arm I INSOMNIA AND INDIGESTION Last year CURED I had a very severe attack of indigestion I could not sleepat night and suffered most excruciating pains for three hours after each meal I was troubled this way fut about three mouths when I used Chamberlains Storn ach and LiverTablets and received immediate relief says John DixonI of Tullamor Ontario Canada ForI sale by Cha Cl Davjs the druggist aa tsjWVt ATORIA- For Infants and Children the Kind You Rave AYegefablePreparalionforAs Always Bought similatmg IheFcodnnclReguIa tingthestomathsanttBowelsof Bears the f cy J Signature fOpiumMorpliinc Promotes QigesUonCheerFul KOTl ARCOTIC m t J1x5oold11rs2eJ2MrrIIm iaainz c fLfmiui taU Sd I4siseAtict Iifesd i i jsApetfeclRon Sour ea m I WormzConvulsiotusfcvexish ness emd Loss OF SLEEP fJFor Over FacSimile Signalurc of ti Thirty Yea f NEW YORK I ttxAarcoPvovrsAPPzJ CASTOiF 9 1wi Cry THE BjfflK OF lAT VERNON MT VERNON KY OPENED 1900 CAPITAL STOCK 15000 C C WILLIAMS PRES JAS T ADAMS VICEPRES W L RICHARDS CASHIER A B FURNISH ASST CASH DIRECTORSC C William Geo Livesay A T Fish S H Martin Rod Perry J EHouk We solicit accounts of firms and individuals Caretul attention is collections entrusted to us friends and patrons are invited tocall when in town 1OurNo 55 WJcJLLcTRFACTORY Its not sentimentthat makes the most successful shots shoot Winchester Factors Loaded Shells Its the re suIts they give Itiitheir entire reliability even ness of pattern and imiform shooting Winchester Leader shells loaded with smokeless powder are the best shells on the market Winchester Repeater shells loaded with smokeless powder are cheap in prices but not in quality Winchester New Rival black powder shells are the favorite black powder load on the market on account of their shooting and reloading qualties Try either of these brands and you be well pleased They are THE SHELLS T CHAMPIONS SHOOT SIOIOOO WILL BE DISTRIBUTED FREE TO SUBSCRIBERS OF THE DAILY AND WEEKLY ENQUIRE NEXT NOVEMBER To those who make correct or nearest to correct estimates of the total number of ballots cast in Ohio on November 8 1904 for Presidential electors I estimate and six months subscription- to Weekly nquirer for 050 2 estimates and a years subscription- to Weekly Enquirer for 100 i estimate and ten days subscription- to Daily Enquirer for 50 3 estimates and one months subscrip tion to Daily Enquirer for 150 There are 5335 Cash Prizes ranging from 500 to 25000 Also a Special Prize of 10000 to the one who may estimate the exact totalvote before October 8th Total BaHots Cast in Ohio in other Presidential Yea- rs188884I94I 1896 1020107 1892861625 19CO Houl04921 See our offer printed in the Daily and weekly Enquirer for particulars Sample copiessent free on application to ENQUIRER COMPANY Cincinnati 0 n = Sick headache is caused by a die or lrtd condition of the Momach and is jniqkly cuiieI 11 Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Trhlets For sale byChus C Davis the druggist Judge Parker adhears stri jtly Af toliis origin il proposition iK tcp 1takeVxi u stump v j2 w We regret the low voices orthoe twho pay us compliments aim t as much as we regret the high voices of those who abuse us She Oneday while in the country I picked up a half bushel of hucklaberties You couldnt bea that pickdTiisvinner wek isg I w cc s- ATTORNEYATLA V MT VERNON KY leOFFICE On 2rd floor oi The Bank of Mt Vernonon Church street Specie attention gn ni collections Ihoue No 80 M L MYERS Dentist Ml Veruou Ky f Fir tChss I Work j OFFICE At residence on Cld Main St known as the C C ViI hams residence PHONE No 73 Will be in office at ERODHEAD every MONDAY neon till Tuesday noon JC McCLARY Undertaker Embalmer aPjL LINE of Caskets Robes c Ortleis by Telephone attend eel promptly tAnfr TJie VERANDA HOTEL JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR Stanford Ky Specially equipped for traveling men Sample room on first flow Bath rooms free to guests RATES 200 ser day IW M Francisco MONUMENTAL WORKS Brodbead Ky Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones ALL VORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVEN Frith Hotel B ODHEAD KY GEORGE JETER PROP Headquarters for Traveling Men Good Sample Room Livery Attached The patronage of Rockcastle citi zens specially desired Miller House HUGH MILLER PROPRIE- TORHeadquarters for Commercial Men IiiPorter at all trainsa MT VERNON DIRECTORY COURT CALENDAR COUNT COURT Fourth Mon in each month IQUARTERIYCOURTFilst Mon duy in tads mouth CIRCUIT COUKT Second Mon day in February Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in Sep tember MT VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month CHURCHES Services it the Christian Churchpreach ing lytJttr fiutulaj sat Itin fland at 730 p m SundayPraysThe ubhc are cordially invited to attend all services on the Uli niiidj morning and evening Baptist Church Services on the Third SundaySchoolmeeting on Tuesday MASOS1C AxMunti Lodge No meet fad Mon lay Do m I IMN CHAPTE No IFETSevery SECOND MONDAY at 2 p ui MACCABEES- K OT Y TEST No il meets every le 3rd Monday at 730 p ni JAS E IIOUK Corn CRAb C DAVIS Indigestion Causes Catarrh of the StomachFor many years it has been supposed that Catarrh of the Stomach caused indigestion and dyspepsia but the truth is exactly the opposite Indigestion causes catarrh Re peated attacks of Indigestion inflames the mucous membranes lining the stomach and exposes the nerves of the stomach thus caus lag Inc glands to secrete mucin instead of the juices of natural digestion This fa called Catarrh of the Stomach Kodol Dyspepsia Curt relieves all Inflammation of the mucous membranes lining the stomach protects tha nerves and cures bad breath sour Indlgeadondyspen1a tMaketIMeeIprsparedbyE0DWftTCOQInke i