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GSAakal VOLUME XVIII MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 28 1904 NUMBER S i nUOnu K n Kid J C laviu ton fined his rJulr siupoisitment at the Chiit iai church Sunday Miis Xinie Yailen is visiting usitivrs at R wand Ii Glare Koberts iwIth her ier Irs Charlev Hahn at Ciab O chnl Frank Hnoth of IaFolettc lent eta with friends and relatives here last we k Mvsiames IC RiddSc of Crab Orchard and V V Owens of Statttiudhere in town shopping one day last Wctk Misses Matliehnd Mjrtlc Kti ling me with friends at Rowland for a fw divs- Mesdames Nellie Rie and Liz zieSwinfnrd have returned to Lit daysuuwith homefolks Mr and Mrs J F Cooper of Livir non and Messrs John and O V Jsirrftt of Indiana wi e railed here last week to see iheicj brother L L Jarrett who heen term sick but is very touch irrpto ed now Mr Hutchison was here last w ek looking after the interest of tle bank The building is going up rapidly under the management of Mr Krueger Miss Lillie Bulntr was with friends at Ml Vernon Saiurdsy and Sunday Mr Josh Dunn aitende the uiial of her hioiherinav Mr Cook at Dinville last week Mrs James Spoonamore diedat her home about 3 miles from town Oct j6 Sle had been an invalid for several years but recently tcok typhoid fever The remains weie tar et to Mur Ild Rnbers burying gtdnnd lor interment A busbana b child4 yrensurvivejier s 1f Y R S Martins exibi of tiibacco at the St Louis Exposition has ben awarded a guld medal Mr Martinis much gratified and is tiking tobacco more than usual Ve were glad too especially whet this medal was awarded by the International Jury and the entire jury composed of experts from all parts of the world fiercestacompetition that the world could produce is the highest eudorse uienl of hS HI v SOME SEASONABLE ADVKE It may he pitof snpetfltins advice to tube pt pit It tits jt of the tear to fat in a sujpo r Chimbe lain s Lotigh Remedy k is almost sule to be needed before winter is over and much more prompt and satisfactory results are obtained when taken as soon as a cold is contracted and before it has heroine settled in thesystem which can 8nly be done by keeping the remedy ai hat d This remedy is anw irlv town and o altogether good that no one shouid hesitate about Inning it in prefeteiice to an v other f t is for sale by Chas L Da vii the uruggM Ffsr That Tired Fle1mgWhen- a girl is so tired that she cant go a step farther just try hor on the twpstep Well Old Crimp Is Here 1887iii 1 tfldiI jn4LPublished alAltrltiIWho was awarded gold medal at the Worlds Fair on his tobacco ex hibit Mr Martin is time proprie toh3ccojIthe most famous brands of tobacco made in the SttteIL LEVEL GREEN v IYes we went to the city Satur days in the temple saw the 250 eautiful welltrained childrenI ranging from 3 to 16 years all happy as children can he in this life come upon the strge and each performed his part to human per fecion On Thursday night we stopped over with our good friend Dr Benton for a short stay We find the doctor not only in a lucra tive practice bub he is a prosperous farmer too Surrounded by lemnigh of this worlds riches conl veniencies and beauties to make a happy tamil if true Inppiness were found on earth On Friday I visited the public gcud School taught by Misses M uny 01 nd Butner which is one or tc List disciplined schools in the county well attended by pro este pupas Their rendering of Lpngfellows Hiawatha by llkrendered by other young whose names I have ladiesI proved clearly to my Brodhead has a andadthe school great painstaking teachers Wefind the city to be adding many new substantial buildings The new brick bank building deserves especial mentionIt I id with tilt capital of Ko w m rte foil d hid of republian candidates each claim ing ISM 11 ntn io i We cants vny oetriocrats shidn1 be alt i participate in arepubj Jian Hniiirvin this county for a nomii atibfi is equivalent to an election and nv are voters and the officers belong to us all alike or we all belong to them alike- I next hurried home found Betsy ard the rest well hut left mime djfjtely to spend a few days with Betsys brother near Plato I am these now eating sleeping an- ddrinkingthe best sulphurwater Uhp unable to walk far Mr McQueary our host prides ihimsell or fine hogs and pretty chickens He is just home from Shelby county where lie bought pai of registered PC pigs that cost him about 30 If more men would spend money for leading brands of areWe stock we could soon fill the places of scrubs = Dung Hills cc with something that will pay and prove a joy anda thing ol beauty forever Well Mr Editor one of my nay bars who has bin readin Scripttr very altentivelV for a long while asked what Sanhediim means and if we have any hedrims in this day and tine As we have one young one that liven and operates in my knowledge I promised to define and fnlltxplRinin the nigh futer fur we should not be ignorant bruthern concerning these things Well Mr McQ hax promised me fresh pork and cooked liver for supper He seems to be proud to see me and I reckon iz He used ter be one pv the meanest republicans on the earth but now yes right now hes chock full ov pure democracy ov the JoffersonianBry an kind and I tell you when dims to wielding the sword of the spirit no repute can stand beforeI him for he talks as one ha tliority and not az the radii Jackcame in last night and I do hope hell go back and send us- a big rain BUCK VARNON WISE AND OTHERWISE I notice that these new autumn cloaks are said to reveal the figure Mrs Wiggleton had one on to day Did it reveal the figure Yes she had left the price tag on the collar Cleveland Plain dealer HeNow that the steamboat companies are reducing their rates theyl throngs of women passengers SherWhy HeBecause there win be so many bargain sails Boston Globe Mrs Hixdid understand OUI to say that Mrs Johnson and Mrs Homer were bosom friends t Mrs Dix Mercy nol I said they were nextdoor neighbors Chicago News- Men shut their doors against the setting sun Shakespeare HusbandDo you know that every time a woman gets angry sht adds a new wrinkle to her face WifeNo I did not but jut is so I presume it is a wise provision of nature to let the world know what sort ot a husband a woman t hasNew Yorker vi hI understand Gayboy waslield up mast night Whoever did it doubtless did it as an act of charity for when I left himsslfupI PILL PLEASURE- If you ever took DeVitts Little Early Risers for biliiousness or constipation you know what pill pleasure is These famous little pills cleanse the liver and rid the system of all bile without prodic ing unpleasant effects They do not gripe sicken or weaken hut pleasantly give tone and strength- to the tissues and organs of the 1bA legal bafle over the estate of David G Colson is expected with a loll line ovQrything you need t keep you warm v t gSuch as Ladies wraps furs skirts waists all of the very latest If we have not got wha OU want we cin get it Ladies and Gents heavy weight Underwear at prices neverljefore 1 t EQUALED iJlvercoatsJ5uitsJverallswGles Eaps Sweaters UJIlOijts Hr jWackijuosties Mulflers a 1josl r At all Prisesa r j Goods Go at Cost A complete line of Flancls Flanelets Oufngs Giijqhams 1- v x Chambras Cantons Silks Satins Velvets IVi 4 v 9 Trimmings ofnUkin s such sj Hamhurgs Laces Brain inding1aiid Liningsr i ji TJdey must go so come andaee itsVC want to sell them antidwe con save 7r 1 tl m ne J + tr r r SHOES SHOES SHOES 1 J MINT rHHOUGH JzLIII STONjig JAP IIu iC A Few Extracts From Letf ter of Acceptance mooINATION A LUiOOD FAITHI VIOL1TI1 An Isthmian anal has Iliig ben the hope of ourfs ate men and the avowed aim of the two jrtat parties MIOV as their Tile 1latforlliell1ihevastt been selected the building of the canal should le I jprese to coin pletion nih nil reasonable cxpcdi methods by which the EXI ecntixe acquired the Panama Canal route and rights are a source of re gret to many To them the state that OflourNa- tional good faith They appreciate conI orIsuggestion that we shall be blind to the nature of the means employ ed to promote our welfare They hold that adherence to principle whether it works for our good or ill will have a more beneficent in thanIidea of doing a wrong to a smaller weaker notion that we or even all mankind may have a resultant good is repugnant to the principles = upon which our government was founded To invite friendlp relations with all nations while avoiding entang ling alliances with any Such a means oflIpect n uenneddlingacith the affaiVsrof kUl er nations It means strict observance of the principles of inter national law and condemns the doctrine that a great State by rea rightfullylIritory of a small State on account uf its weakness It means for ot111 er American States that we claim no rights and will assume no func tions save those of a friend and of an ally and defender as- UNDER BONDS TO KEEP THE PLACE rtIS essential therefore more than veto adhere strictly to the traditional polioy of the country as formulated by its first president judgnjenlwiselyId aggressions It means that we repudiate the role of the American continental policeman that we reffuse to act as debt collector fortorI e gn states or their citizens that we respect the independent sover eignty of each Amerian State and its right to preserve order and olh ervvise regulale its own internalaf lairs in its own way and that any intervention in its affairs by usisIlimited to the single office of enabling its people to work out their Ion political and national destiny for themselves free from the coer cion of any European state v v ARMY AND NAVY ofomen our Navy Both however have suffer led from the persistent injection of personal and political influence Promotions and appointments have bten frequently based in favorit ism instead of merit Trials and rcourtmartials have been set aside under circumstances indicating po 1iiirit fef nc TheseI and other abuses should be corrected X NO EXCUSE FOR EXTRAVA GANCE Can there be any doubt of the accuracy flhis statenentl Be ftweerithe eienditui of- the year iS8o amounting to 242000000- jjndthoseof the last fiscal year ihe siventh after Grover Cleveland ceased to be President aggregat lrii 5582000 ooo there js a difference so gi eatjisip excite alarm in i ihebfeaststf all thoughtful men I KvVn exdtidingthet siiinrof 4n iQ09 ooo paid fr the Panama Lanai rights andtOtneStatevpf Panama theex eiBclftures 6f the last fiscal yearexceededR1thesum of 532 pob a IrYJ f JI r 1OCo J ly V 0 iThe Hustling Cas- hStore t rf w h M l tif o ft t IJ- tn tft H I rt11 9 BARGAINS BARGAINS IrP 1 Here isSAlways Look Bargains I LHDAVISI KYtr rAr Dl tYj ooo being more than double the expenditures of the government for all purposes during the first year of Mr Clevelands administration The expenses of the first four years succeeding the last Demo cratic administration amounted to the enormous average of 511000 ooo per year This large expendi tpre was due to adnsiderableex1tent to time cost American Var which occurred during that period but the teruiin ation of that war brought no relief to the Treasury for the average an nual expenses of the government during the three subsequent years ending June 30 1904 were about j 519000000 which is the largest sum hitherto reached during a like period since the close of the Civil War CONCEALMENT OF EVIL CONDITIONS In this connection it is interest ing to note the recent administrative orders forbidding government officirs from making public any statement of estimates on which future appropriations arc to be based If a man of ordinary intelligence and prudence should find in time operating expenses of his business such a tremendous percentage of increase would he not promptly set on loot an inquiry for the cause of the waste and the immediate measures to stop it especially when trusted employes have been found dishonest and convictedand a widespread impression exists that a thorough investigation may dis cover other cases of malfeasance When the Chief Executive reported to Congress that throng frauds forgeries and perjuries and by shameless briberies the law relating to the proper conduct of the public service in general and to the due administration of the Post Office department have been notoriously sweepjiuginvestigation executive himself Such an invest gallon the Republican majority ii congress would not permit al though the minority insisted tha the interest of good government de maud it And the minority was right The liberality patriotism and nation pride of the people should not be made an excuse fo waste of the public funds Official extravagance is official crime There is not a sentence in the Republican platform recommending a reduction in the government i not a line suggesting that the in ctease in the cost of the war depart twent0 5000000111 J04shouldhe inquired into and not a paragraph calling fota thorough investigation ottbosedeptrtments ofthe goy R ii Every i for eminent in which dishonesty has been recently disclosedICONCLUSION I have put aside a congenial work to which I had expected to devote my life in order to assume as best I can the responsibilities your convention put upon me I solicit the cordial cooperation andand generous assistance of ev ery man who believes thatl change of measures and of men at this time would be wise and urge harI mony of endeavor as well as vigor IOUS action on the part of all so IThe issues are joined and the must render the erdicrIShall economy administration be demanded or shall 11Ito people or must ice wai upon political oligarch Shall our government stand forI equal opportunity or for special remain a government of law or become one individual caprice Shall we cling to the rule of the people or shall we embrace bentfi cjent despotism With calmness and confidence we await the peoples verdict If called to the office of President I shall consider myself the chief magistrate of all the people and not of any faction and shall ever be mindfnf of the fact that on many question of national policy there are honest differences of opinion I believe in the patriotism oodI seuse and absolute sincerity of all the people I shall strive to re member trial he may serve hie Party hest who serves his country best If be the wish of the people that undertake the duties of the Pres idency I pledge myself with Gods help to devote all my powers and energy to to the duties of this ex ailed officeIyonrsIALTON B PARERI lO E OF IAXYI rtonltoplojed and many remedies used but relief and permanent good wa DeWittslihave been effected by this wonder ful remedy In buying Witch Hazel Salve it ionly necessary to see that you get the genuine Dei Witts madebyE C DeWittCol In Chicago and a cure is certain DeVitts Vitch Hazel Salve cures allkmndsofpIles cuts burns bruit es eczema tetter ringworm ski n diseases etc SbldJby Mt Vernon Drug Co CON1IA1i Water is almost as scarce a something to eat in this section Persimmons and wild grapes a plentiful and the possoras are den ripeThe game law is pretty tougho i us fellows who have to depend 01 gameto make the sop stink G W Pullins and little so Willie of Paint Lick visited Ls brother D C Pullins this week U S Berry is still in tlie ghum business and is making soil of the best that a biscuit was evv r posted in D C Pullins shot and killed or r of time largest wild cats ever seen ii this section of the county one drlast week while out bee hunting Mr Jones and family who hat been visiting relatives and friends here aud at Wildid for past ten days returned to Illinois this wee SAVES TWO FROM DEATH Our little daughter had an rl most fatal attack ol whooping cough aud bronchitis writes Mrs W K Haviland of Armonk N Y but when all other remedies failed we saved her life with Dr Kings New Discovery Our niece who h1 consumption in an advanced stag 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 and i bottles guaranteed y all druggists Trial bottles free Had to Be Careful Helen and Maida were to play when Maiihi was overheard saying My mam rlIof slang She says it is coarse cult umvIlammasays hut Id get it right in time neck if she heard me using slang like some little girls iAJUDICIOUS INQUIRY mown drug man who visits the drug trade says he often heard druggists inquireof customers who asked for a cough median whether it was wanted for a chiU or for an adult and if for a child recommendsChamberlainsCough Remedy Toe reason for this is that they knee there is no danger from it and tint it always cures There is not the least danger in giving Jt and fr coughs colds and croup it is un surpassed For sale by Chas C Davis the druggist 1How did your come out in yorr fight with the Councilmen We won it Thcyrpromttii faithfully to give us clean street Then there reallis sucha thingw f as sweeping victory i cfi i 1 MJ VERNON SIGNAL u = FRIDAY OCT 28 19J1I 0J Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO- jjldverlhino rules made known on application i DE3IOURATIC TICKET For President JUDGE ALTON BROOKS PARKER Of New York For Vice President JIOX HENRY DAVIS Of West Virginia For Judge Fifth Appellate District JUDGE JAMES E CANTRILL of Georgetown For Congress HON G G GILBERT- of Shelby FOR JUDGE AVeure authorized to announcewL W BETHUUUJI as a candi ate for Judge of IVuskcastle ty subject to the action of the Rcpubl icon party J We are authorized to announce- R H SHUTTS asa candidate for County Tudge sub ject to the action of the republican party Prl nary November 10th f FOR JAILER1i toanuOUncecjonxsox r CLs tr subject A uetlon can k party vl r We are ae f announce W DE Kfitt 4 w as a v forJlliler of ltrtckci tle Conn jy subject a tin action of the party = e We arc unthorizcd to miiioiincc- L2x JA1USETT- candidiitK for Jailer of llockeistl Cu tr ulject to the action of the IScpnbica party We ore authorized to announce riUULKY CARMlCATj r a asa eaiiilidale for Jailer of Itockcnsllc coun ty subject to the action of the KipuliliciU rv i partyrr We arc authorized to announce CUMtlSnr s a candidate fur Jailer of this county sub r ject lo the notion of the jleDubliuiu crty j We are authorized to announce- R W W CLARK I i as a candidate for jailer of this eo tyi subject to the action of theRepuh fir EHcaiv party 11la are authorized to announce CARROLL MARTIN c as a candidate for Jailer of Re ckee castle county subject to the action of tIll republican party Primary Nov r 19 i Jr WllIrl authorized to WIIClUIe J W ASONS- a4 a svididau1 of retie tson as Jailer of this enmity subject la the action of the Ilvpub Bean party Primary Nov 11n authorized to announce W II Dick MORRIS Jailer of Rockcasteas a candiiliite for county subject to the action of the epubliru party Primary Nov hOlt SUPEK1XTEXDEXT lti ire aut1Inri7ltlll ttnnoan0 0 1If IW r as a candidate for reelection as Superin r tendent of lEockcastlc subjact to the action W4fthe republican partyww S 7 ire are authorized to announce S DAVIS If1Ia candidate for Superintendent of nock srto the action of the rein Zth ary FOK SHERIFF fic fItt as a candidate for Sheriff of rockc asma ill county subjecut to the action of the Republican party primary Nov 10th Dipnli3i John Robins lieu Aliney AVo are authorized to announce G S GRIFFIN a4 candidate for Sheriff of Rockcas tlc county subject to the action of republican party Primary Nov 10 FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce K J MCKINNEY as a candidate for Assessor of this cbunty long term subject tq the ac ti mofthc Republican party Pri I mary November 10 J hereby announce ntysefaz n candidate fur the rcjtuiliiMii n for the office snbjTIle to will be hcl for the purpose oCDomillating candidates for the various offices i to filled by the voter at the general tea tion lyuj so lhavealtaytbeena consistent can and Imvulwayji been loyal to its nomi tees and f nominated and elected prom honetlyipurtyj r giljoiit his election at the general eL ett s leu I feel thas my services to the party litlDIP to this recognition Very tnily l orwoo We are autliorized to nnnOl licef514s HJA AMA ff4r on ti- i E1grmCthtseountysubject toihe jIstfor of J1E P li party W nrnmips g9 Deputy t i A1 t FRITT 13 FADED t COUJiTl OOURTCLEKK We arc authorized toaDDOUIceJ II LTAfEca CIerkoCIHockCllMtlelubJect KEV J CIlAbTEKN ofIthe reullil1latv Primary Nov IPth FOltlitGISTRtTII announcel disIf purty We are authorized to announce CHEbLEVT PAYNE as atsandidatc for Magistrate in the Fourth district subject tb the stir of the Republicanparty Prima November 19 The National Democratic Com nrttee hcs issued a very interest ng iidjress correcting tile nun iiiis representations of the republicans and giving the greatest of encouragement to party followers every here After a careful polllof the enabledopre list the election of Parker and Davis the daft of the independent vote being toward he democratic ticket with all p rlv diffreicis tealetl Here is the claim by th Committee It includes the t votes cast for Bryan in 1900 vaicti aiurx udUcu h i t et tat vOles caused by the increa f population in these states Bry 10ms 1900 vote 161 New Yorkg ConIteavotes more than is necessal y iiii ell Itr Maryland Count t ut or West Virginia could be pared The committee also corfi eaiiv chin t ig vote m thetai IIVestern State which in 1900 welt or McKiuey OLITICS AND POLITICIANS The democrats of Greater New Iork look upon the outcome of the registration as favorable in spite o he highhanded methods of the dell machine Bryans Indiana tour was a grea success It1s believed the free tiger men are now all in lint eigJth100 people heard him Chairman Thomas Taggart o ihe Democratic National Comm is elated over the prospects ol carrying the Hoosipr State for Parker It is believed in Indiana polis that aid will be given the Indiana committee by the National committee Mr Cleveland was the principal speaker at the Democratic rally in New York City under the auspice if theBusiness Men s Parker at Davis Association When he en tered the halt the former President was given an ovation lasting seven minutes His speech dealt with t fallacy of Republican claims at was a criticism of the parts s polio cy in regard to the tariff the Phil and the iuteroceanic water ay Democratic leaders assert that ducumentary evidence has been se cured in Panama that the Roose volt Administration paid in secret to former President Marroquin oi Columbia the sum of 250 ooc as bribe to secure his assistance in fomenting the revolution in Pat ia Sensational disclosures promised when the agent of t Democratic National Committee re 11turns from Panama with the ciI deuceEYoung Davis is a happy ap pellation for the Democratic non isestanding the rigors ot a streuious campaign without a strain givi those of his party thirty years junior all they can do to keep pace with him A temperate corn ect life has given hint a constitution of iron With perfect physical pea he has a brain equipment t makes him master over enterprises of great moment his executive ability being one of his strongest characteristicts The country would be fortunate indeed to have sane and sound a man as Presid ing officer over the Senate BJcity yesterday at the Grand Hotel U11restiugafterastrenious stumping tour in indiana in behalf of Parker tyDn c enJw a week in West Nirginia Democrptic prospects are very bright in the Hoosier State said Bryithan lid 1 J 1lI trip through the State than was ever clone by any speaker in auj mpaign iu American politico spoke at several places where Mr Bryan had been ant the Democrats told me that the silver men had 1llIjc1Mr Panning at the State headquar revs iu iudianapolis and both ex tessed unbounded confidence not nlv in Indiana but in the rest uI the coutry going Democratic an electing Parker and Doris What have you found to be H tlWt euccttve arguineiits on iht stump this yearhe was asked The increased cost of living and the extravagance of the Na peopleYareare paying from 20 to 30 per cen more fIJ the necessaries of life and ate getting no more money fm their labor Mondays Cincinnati Knquier SCRAPS o oBYJET Its hoc old prixa to who is the best whistler of Hiawatha i Olivetlit Olivet Ky Demo trot 55SkatasVtll Port Arthur fal trythis fIii tJags Oh spring homethinj new StrangerYou seem to have ood deal of crime in your cit Have you no police force at aU Native Oh yes we have a good me but its kept pretty busy si p intending wrestling matches dUct boxers contests and the lit you know and seeing that the low governing such things is not era d id in atix way A New York manager lookitij for churus girls employe six Gel nan imi ius wham he found fall Island And theyre cork ir he said PossiIy he intent o introduce them in a bottler nl works sceue Also another cbauce for the re urrection of that goodold o1 shoal most chorus girls being un orkers Reminiscent More to think of boyhood days The farmhouse nestling low The wood I chopped the chore I did 1lr1 days of long ago then I labored in the sun To trap the gulden wheat Twas the I drove the cattle ho Through twilight dusk and sweet I see again the upturned earth The furrow of the plough love to think and thank my stat I neednt do it now tidHe took the first Working mod of his instrument to John A Logan and offered him a half iutere4 wouldd d there would be millions in it La- gan replied I dare say your m a chine works perfectly but wh would want to talk through such j thing as that anyway I advis you to save your money ounj man Bell then offered a ten interest to an examiner in t patent office for IOu in cash It way refused That tenth intere was worth 1500000 in fine tl rear Leansheth term foreign devilwhich tie apply to their visitors fro urope and elsewhere is net es1 rily a tern of contempt strayist nr Chinese a European is as foist inhabitathfsSo says a resident of Shanghai and gives th following illustrations of his assertions In the more in barbarna tires they rererred to me as the worshipful devil the benevolent devil and so forth They look on Europeans as f kind of wild men of inferior mental powers In some districts indeed personBwe should treat children Sometimes foreign travelers hart been astonished by the ChineSItaking hold of them dressing them in the manner that wee should adopt towards a strange dog or some the goodtermsVit1i we desired to rreaureWhiCh1 a 6 i 10 CALIFORNIA Via Sceni Colorado or Trn Southern Roiita Daily Throng oilman Standard Sleeping Car i a Louis to San Francisco in Missouri Ptcific railr id and Scei lotio Hltgant Tourist Sleep IK Cars Service every Ttiewfaj lid Thursday from St Loui tHy Through Pullman Stanc1 r sleeping Care St Louis to Lcs Angeles Cal via Iron Moantaii me the True Southern Rome IIR Tourist Sleeping Car Excur via Iron Mountain Route ant Parlct c fit Louis every Tues 11U and Saturday the service eqrpjnent is strictly uptcdate Round trip andlow rate one way tickets are on sale via Iron Moun tain or Missouri Pacific Railwi y from all principal points in iht East For berths reservatiot p and full information address RT G MATHKWS T P A and Let isville Ky or H C TOWXSKNJ G Pattd T A St Louij Mo CONFESSION OF A PRIEST Rev Juo S Cox of Wake Ark writes For 12 years I suffered from yellow jaundice I a number of physicians and tnaill sorts of medicines but gat in r lief Then I began the tide aut Electric Bitters and feel that I IInw cured of a disease that had me its grasp for twelve ye rs taut a reliable medcii e fo liver and kidney tnnble stoma rl lisorder or general debility Electric Bitu rs Its guarant c byalldniergiss Only sor I love to watch the sorguum cane Get crushedwith might and main- I love to see the creamy juice I tro a barrel let loose I love to see it simmering In pans down by the spring But bit of all I love to sj read Good old sorghum on my bread WANTED Special Representative in s tit county and adjoining territories ti represent and advertise 1 noli tablished business house of soli financial standing Salary 2 1weekly with Expenses advance ach Monday by check direct fron icadqtiartcrs Horse and bug urtiished when necessary positio ermancnt Address Blew Bros S o Dept A Monon Bfdg C Occasional VishW lr out you ever want to go to a wed ling snapped Mrs Jnpetku ont believe youve been to a w mtrag since you attended your own No mildly responded Mr En eckHI havent And he adde fry to himself I sometimes wi d had attended that one SHYLOCK Shylock was the man wJ1Cthem vantcd a pound of human lesh There are man 5 5hylocks how the convales cot the consumptive the icklychild the pale youngJ roman all want human flc ad can get i ttakf Emulsiont Scotts Emulsion is flesl nd blood bone and must lint feeds the nerves strengthen ie digestive organs and the aed the whole badseFor nearly thirty yean icotts Emulsion has been the- o fleshaWe will send you a couple of ounces freeISCOTT SOWN Chemists 4O94 5 Pearl Street New York I lid t alt clrujgius Lion Cfret1 f StAtesof Amerlc of e greatest nation in the world is ITh greatest consumer of coffee Lion Coffee ttstatepure Alwan to t towldlwEaw aad eitors 11I Tereviis ft tKheIr1temka j r iK r Ij THE SUNDAY ft3LE SCHOOL Lesson in the International Series for October 301904 Elisha thanuIPrepared by the Highway and Byway preacher Copyright by J M Edson LESSON TEXT Kings 6823 me ary verses 1517 Reed Kings 69 on K14a rcr the easing incidents In tine life H of E13haIJehoram Icing cf Israel PLACES Dottan and Samaria The former was about miles north ot the latterIern rance L Israels Dancer and Deliverance v S10 The Plot v I The Plot Revealedv The Plot Thwarted v II ElUhas Danger ana Deliverance vs 1117 1he Exasperated EnemyV3 Plot Against ElisJia v The Hosts of the Enemy vs 141i Hosts of the Lord vs nirho Enemys Danger and Peilvcr aDceVS Entrapped vs JS13 Helpess v Returning Good for Evliv Comparing Scripture with Scripture- Israels Dauger and Deliverance J The Plot v Took counsel with his servants The wicked jilottin ssalnstGods children Ps 3712 1105 Syria in her persistent effort to entrap and crush Israel is typical of the etdevil Paul speaks of tIe snares devil 1 Tici 37 and 2 Tim 226 nd Peter describes the devil as a roaring lion 1 Yet 58 The David Ps 2711 should praerI prayer 2 The Plot Revealed v IGod from whom nothing can be hid tIer 2124 Who seeth the things done h secret Ps 4i2i and 9111 Who never slumbers or sleeps IPs 1214 revealed the plo ings of Syrias king rhosgtpowerful and crafty enemy man of Goda type of the Christ His watchcar and faithfulness sL wards Israel Christ in Ills to His disciples performs even a perfect service Jesus knows all perils that threaten us Heb t Sent unto the king of Israel Kli aha sent to the long but Jesus cum to His disciples lie warn us of range lIe opens doors of escape Cor 1013 Jude 24 3 The Plot Thwarted v 1OThf king listened to Elishas warning aci obeyed it thus repeatedly esoapin If we will but hear Jesus as tie rcpt pets warnings to us and will the obey we shall escape as did Iswe the snares set fcr tsar feet Jolt 324 When we are entrapped it fur own fault Tax II Elishaa D 1141Ionce The E ts 11 12What ire in the hands of God Ps Sort theigis vast army his able penera Is nisi jicnse rcsotuccs vias utterly povrtrief God was reckonEd into the ac hfcunt It is always troubled anti eta icrated aud disappointed enemy tht ghts against Gftl1PS 24 Vs 7610 The Plot Against HIisha v The righteouswheu they tae Issn 1th evil are always marred as spf rertngedia was not the inan to flee and hit tmslf At I otbau writ the ps- t duty and there Elisha stayed a hough it was roost easy of access ft ie enemy now little the servar i the Lord hz4 to fear when be taniJirR true to God asatrsc 3 22 Ifcst s of the Enemy theeJ 5 How strong the evil Irmlr entrenched how tremendo he odli i ar One defensele jrojdset and his panicstricken setnot and a vast army come to ta Shall JjeJitte the enemy Shall we doubt their power for bar iml err No But we need to s he Lords hosts It often seem if were outnumbered but we rev are Rom 831 2 Chron 327 t Matt 2t20 Tae Hosts of tine Lord 17tr tSltakes the eye of faith to I eyesAsources will restore lost courage as IsmaJorlt136 The Encjnya Danger and D Ilverance D Entrapped vs The Lord taketh the wise in the own craftiness Job 513 Cor 51 repeatedlY Jesus entrapped nemlcs when they had careful planned to entrap Him Help sl v2oNo foe Is r powerful hut that In the hands God he Is ab jlntely helpless Tt wicked are always blind but some da hitGadweakrcss and helplessness 2 Good for Evil ve 2123Shasmite then Nan wants reven but God has better methods Mat 544 Rom 321921 The Golden Text The angel of the Lord encampet round about them that fear Him and dc livereth them Elisha knew El Lsbas servant saw ilAB the beret Wllhalter could seJ to Celiter Ilini hU lean His will go to do The declaratlo the text is literally true Though mi sef n the forces of God are real and al seesIIt you have one enemy itison many but you can make hI ur friend in di gui c by learn lfour weak points from hs ru fratkness wake liver Cure jetridOf CeforBUCLINGHAWS DYE t L s J CLOTHIN f+ =+ I+ fi+ prollCsCjto Slaughter Prices on Clothing COUIJYMCIto 5 00 00I r o CAlL and Examine our Stock mls t lor yourself Will be glail to show you our line uhHhe vatY wish to buy or not Yours for business ROBTCcX Phone Ko 66 Mt Vernon l AYE OF ASTE andrembraces these theJ SLt0U15 The Jkii 1 i LLI u 1 jrf nice fittint tyie iu bility they have no 1 IIJ r JONAS McXENZIF Sole Agent Mt Vernon Ky 3xs yc J IGRANVILLEOWENS UNDERTAKER 9 Brodhead Kyu rS Agent 1Coffins Caskets find Robes All Mail Ii Iglhor lephon orders Prcnttl 9 Filled a a Ei The World All Knows RuilwaytheWorlds Fair LineIf you have a trip in view to Evansville St Louis or to any point in the West or a- tASK US FOR RATES And Ask Us First If tnere are reduced rates in effect on account of special occasions Home Seekers or Colonists Ex cursions we have them MWOMACK City Passenger G L PaS igr Agt L J AgentLouisville SHORTEST LINE AND QUICKEST SCHEDULE r Atlanta New Orleans and Texas Points nc Passr Agt 89 E Main St Huston Ky WAi GARSJiTT Gen Mgr W C RINEARSON frn Pass 1yt r i t DAILY rANDt Celebrated ALVAY FULLtLIVE GARRETT Traveling Queen Crescent Route IJCincinnatiKnoxville Asheville Charleston Savannah Jacksonville Birmingham Shreveport BKAIKENTrav CLNC- INNATION 14fAiy roQ DEMOCRAT IFOR THREE MONTHS This will coyer the Presidential Campaign which prom ses to be in history rSubscribe nsws WP WALTON Lexington Icr r rr li1 hlViltr J1G1rA ff l1r Vr 1tOX Ky OCT2 190 q 1179CII up No vent with to SIGNALZ9 I 0 9 TIME TABLE 14 north 1206 p zGnnrth 38 a 3Sou1h 129 p ti TtSutl 105 a m IAS LANDRUJI Agent PtI No 58 i EL nae 111ra Pst ace ardua matter t PEIISONAI Jim OiViult is learning telegra I h y Ufi ater was in LtcnatatI r lndneme jcihr W Brown is in jfagtnv a frunL rrk5tcIukMi m Lhaireti is a rewen f m in ile assessors race Mrs V L Rubarrs has teen vtry sick for several days George Wash Baker left for the Worlds Fair Wednesday Mr James Croucher is here fro Lexington visiing old friends Emmet Hansel Iris been giver another promotion with the L N FOWltrlIrs g htr daughter Mrs Dick Cummins Dr S 1 Whitehead of Norton Va passcG through to Louisville Tuesday r Mr and Mrs J A Landrum daysz liaue haul a very sick baby for sev 4the u blHtljt countylj Rev F P Gates writes frost J Iiidiana that he is having a most dtIighiful visit Sam Pennington will probabh take a position with J Thus Cher p1t Brcdhead Miss Ruby Whitehead of Norton Ya is the guest of her cousin Miss Luana Whitehead Cashier W L Richards is jn Gallatin county this week looking after some business interests- J E Houk and daughter Thelma sister Mary and Miss Vinuie Adam left for SL Louis Wednesday nigh Atty B J Bethurum Republi cau elector for tLc Eighth district has been making speeches in set eral ol the counties this weekf One of the most ardent admirers of the Worlds Fair we have seen is Miss Alice Lewis who has just returned from her second visit Conrad Hiatt was here Monday and told us that his father Pei Hiatt who suffered a stroke of pa alysis some time ago is no betterI W T Taylur of Bee a splendid citizen and one of the bet Democrats in the world t as a pleasant visitor at this office yeslei dayHarve Steele of London selling farm rights fora patent fence spent souse time in the county this week He has a good fence and is meeting considerable encourage tn i 4 TT LOCAL Mrsj Mary Townsend widow ot the 1atejWilliam Townsend died at her home in Hamilton Ohio Fri day The remains were brought back tdi this county for burial MAKRifiD Miss Mary A Head jt and Mr Charley Cheek of ti t western part of the county we married In the parlor of the Mill Hotel yesterday the Rev Jas Cummjns Louis Miller agent for Louisville Post is one of the hustling newsagents pfthe town He is always Jo it bright and earlYand his papers I are delivered to every subscriber the time they are ready to read moftr nit g news t j We jivish to call attention to the m a 1Dou cement pfW HDJck Mrris as a candidate for Jailer 7 wuich appears in this issue Mr tt Mornsj is one of the very best citi zns of our county and is receiving the jikort of niany pt the voters PrZItvT I If T Cf ZSii T s Marriage license issued this j week to A B Cole of aurel county and Miss Maggie Loeman of Livingston The local Republican orators 0111tbescbo l house in he countyIIDhoI1 Aiis C h lit late Rev Jim last Friday afternoon at the ripeold platme g ground TAKKN W One black barrow weight about tot lbs came to my premises July 20 04 Owner can obtain same by paying all damages 4FM HUTIoct 2131 P L Nash and John Coffey hue sold their interest in the farm on which Mi Nash lives to the Ken tutky Freestone Co Mr Nash tells us that he will move ao Madi son county about January first LOST Somewhere in the town of Hrodhead a pocketbook tti- tt75oo h in paper money A liberal reward for its leturn R W DALLAS uel21 Brodhead Ky Remember next Monday Tues day and Wednesday will le your last opportunity to register If you have not registered go before the county Court Clerk on ore of those days and do so boymwell remembered by our people it a candidate for county clerk o Rockcastlc Lee moved to thai county some ears ago and ha been quite prominent in political and business circles His Lancaster friends hope he will min in a walk Central Record Judge Jarvis has called a special willebegin the first Monday in Decem her and continue three weeks The entire time will be devoted to civil n urkand it is doubtfulwhether they wil be ale to anything like as as there his tcctCdQcket suit tried in the ast tvo jears livery few days someone informs us that some friend or relative told them to tell us that if they owed anything to let them know and they would ray it To those who are kind enough to deliver themes tisate we are always very thankful but to those pending it we would suggest that it is always much bet ter tp communicate direct to th office oftimes preventing mistake- thereby Mrs James Adams died yester day morning For nearly twenty yeats Mrs Adams hasbeen in very poor helth but had been confined to her bed only since Friday The husband and four children Mrs Charley Simpson Charley and Abe Adams of this county and Tommy Adams Georgians Ala survive her The burial will take place today at the home beside her son Dudley whopreceded hcronlya few months join Smith soninlaw of David nightrof eres pis and pneumonia fever His death came as quite a surprise as but few outside of his immediate family even knew that be wassick It was only last Saturday that be was in town and called at the drugstore for medicine for his heal which he thought was due to a deep oMd Mr Smith was formerly of Tennessee and was a splendid citizen His remains were laid to rest in the Maretburg burying ground PUBLIC SPEAKING Hon G G Gilbert will spea oc the political issues of the day to the voters of Rockcastle county at the following times and places At Mt Vernon Wendesdajy November dat 130 pm At Livingston Wednesday Nov ember 2d at 730 p m Noiembreer 3d at i3o p m erAt Brodhead Thursday Novem ber 3d at 730 p in The Ladies are respectfully requested to come and bear Mr Gil bert J W BROWN Chin D C W C MULLINS Chin C C TO1VbewasinMtjVernn relatives in Mt Vernon Attorney C C Williams of Vernon was hereTuesday Mrs Dudley jRowiett left for her home in Paris last Tuesday 3FAEDJ Mr and Mrs C A Moore have returned home from St Louis Sam Magee is in LaFalJete Tenn the guest of Minnie May McKic ueyMrs George Pope and Mrs W T Merimee were in Stanford Wed nesdayMesdames Emerson Rice and W C Sk inford have returned from Brodhead BerIMiss Sarah Sears has returned t o pleasJMrs Ben Brmnmil and Miss Susie Metcalf were in Mt VeruohI Wednesday on legal Rev F P Gates and Mrs Gate anIIndiana Mrs Edward Shea gird baby ohn Willard returned home Tues day after an extended visit will relatives in Cleveland Ohio Ms Ida Webb and cousin Misi Ida Collum of Louisville err theI quests of Mrs A N Bentley Mrs H D Magee Mrs George Reynolds will en tertain her Sunday school class FriI day evening in honor of the anniI versary of her birth Charles and Archie Cooper an Mrs FannieIRedd are very sicl vith fever Dr Givens of Pitts lurg was called here Tuesday on count of them Mr and Mrs Harvey M Girk ing of Mitchell Indare hert the quests of Mr and Mrs W XI Tnbbs W C Mullius and Mrs Lula Iaddux Mr W G Smith and Mis Nora Fowler were married Mon day morning at the Riverside Man- Sion by Rev Campbell of Lexing ton They left on the noon train fur the Worlds Fair at St Louis Miss Georgia McFerron has been very sick with tonsilitus Mrs Jas Aldrich still continues ve- tsickMiss Mary Gilford is not ex pected to survive but a few bourF Miss Ella Howell was very sic Saturday and Sunday- ADJOINING COUNTIES At the Eighth District Teachers Association which met at Danville last week Prof R S Eubank of Houstonville was elected presi dent Prof T A Hendricks of Junction City vicepresident and Andersone wisInterior Journal An epidemic of diptheria and and scarlet fever is raging in Som erset About fifteen cases have been reported to the City Board of Health and many of the houses are under a strict quarantine Aj meetingof the Board of Education has been called in special session and all the public and private schools will probably be closed unless the epidemic is mastered The body of Col David G Col son has been exhumed at Middles boro and the brain stomach and liver brought to Louisville for clu mcal analysis following repeated rumors of poison having been administered A message fro Pmeville says that County Judge Rice gate the order fry the invest Reed Nichols Democratic nominee for county judge of Boyle county yas filed suit asking that the county clerk bs enjoined from placing the name of Taylor Ter hune his Republican opponent on hkto present proper s NEWS ITEMS Four Paducah girls were marts at one ceremony The gold outpurof the Klondike this season amounts to 9500000 Thesecbnd fire in two days Troy 0 caused a loss of about 150000 A Story is curr ntinSt Pete burg that Russia has purchased the Chilian navy otjchestnuts BaltimoreThe armies in Man atapa t The United States citizenship courC at Ardmbre L T denied cket TubitnaHDThE case involved the right of e600 alleged India ns to citizenship f Yjwonndedbjbi tIhouseThe of trected that Japanese be received as 1AcademyThe Russian Ambft sador at Lon don expressed his personal regret for the Russian attack on the Brit ish fishing flet The triennial general convention of the Episcol al Churchalter aJ ession of three weeks in Btun IdjmrandtThe death penally was given Ja cob Bisdiofl wife mnrdeer by the jury iii the Jefferson Criminal Court just half an hour being rt quirtd for deliberation The thirtysixth annual es inJ of the Grand Lodge Knights ol Pythias ot Kentucky convened at lCICjgateston bulletin showing the quan ityi of cotton ginned up to Octobert8 u be 492883 running bales as against 202669 running bales for the same period in 1003 Santos Dumont is constructing his thirteiith balloon at Paris It sevIIbeingda billoon iiiflited by steam Negro roustabouts at New Or leans are demanding 120 per month for their labor and in con sequence steamboat owners at that port rosy have to tie up their vesj sels until the labor troubles are settltdiIn reversing the Jegerson CnI cuit Court in the cane of William M Nortons executors against the city of Louisville the Court of Ap peals holds that property held in trust for a charitable institution is exempt from 1axatlontThe 1 an in vita non to the Powers signatory toThe Hague conference to meet again for the purpose ot fiirtlieriug the nationskthei horrors of modern warfare While the Spanish Minister of wasiBarcelona a dynamite bomb was exploded with the evident intenl lion of killing the Minister No j one was injured however The Standard Oil Co through its attorney has issued a state ment to the effect that it is not directllIthe company is taking any part iii politicsjMrs Nellie Thomason wife of a prominent realestate dealer of Peoria is dead as the result of an encounter with Richard and Jenuie cityjtheirIhim to meet her in the depot theIwin of Sanfrancisco was made front the Worlds Fair grounds The machine passed over the Ex highnabove the towering office structures of the business district and landed near Cahokia Illa distance of nearly ten miles LAND STOCK AND CROP P L Nash sold to Fred Lunce ford of Madison a three year old Pity for ipo asOne of the things that makes a man wish his wife loved him a little less is when she buys hit a shirt with an embroidered front edsee where theyre bavin a sale in dres in tables in the city said Aunt Betsy wistfully Weal let enx have itspoke atup Uncle Jasper knocking the ashes off his pipe wregot along so fur tloutg tHnup on a table rster dress 5 The average family is made up men who wont take medfcine and women who take too muchIAVANTED Illtlu 111uUS mini or woman as permanent represent iiyuf big manufacturing company to look after its business in this county aiidadjoining territory BuinesssttccessfulandestaUlishe d SaLfy 2600 weakly aidexPens 3slay paid weekl3from1 hcirae of atefive Expehse raaney advanced Ex erehceir iir essentiatri Enclose self addressed envelope Genet al MAr ager Coro Blocks Cl1ica j III t blF t- ID rc t f f FALL LINE H +r1 rJ rr j I Our line of Fall and Winter I tt goods have all arrived vleQt t v have wbi3t you want at prices i i nut equaled by any of our corn t t Petl ors 4L COM Ein IUd let us sliov you vliatvehnvc t 1Our country friends arc rordiullv invited to snake our store their loaiinu place vhen in1l a town whether ou wish to buy or tint tl tf HoukAdamsRPhone No 71 MT VERNON KY k r rY v 7 Yic v SC 1 LX hr f J Worlds Fair Short Line- SOUTHERN Y to Shortest Fastest and Best 1Worlds Fair Look at the Schedules LLve Lexington daily 6roao ni inEpm ISolid train of Pullman sleepers dining car and vestibuled coaches through from Lexington to St Louis without change Lye Lexington daily 530 p m LouisvilleJOJ5 p m1 Arrives St Louis 732 aiii Solid train of Puilm sleepers and Free Reclining Chair Cars through WithIilout RATES FROM LEX IISHrrOX 1665 Good returning until De cember 15 1904 i385 Good returning 60 days I2oloGood returning 15 days Tickets will be on sale daily at above rates 8 70 Coach excersion tickets on Thursdayrturning T seendaysI89 E C H HUNGERFORD DP 234 Fourth wet Louisville Ky AI G B ALLEN A G PA St Louis Ayer Take cold easily Throat tender Lungs weak Any relatives have consumption Then a cough means a great CherryPectoral youreAyers Cherry Pectoral It heals strengthens prevents AirsCherryknowlt StIII trellltheus I Ruotxsox Saline inch ne00e Pifo acAmco olAU lnllolfor Inwn as Weak Lungs Aye4 Increase the activity of recoveryaA LOVE LETTER Would not interest you if o 1te p ing for a guaranteeed salve for Doddesio redVithu uglysore for a yeas but a o ktnsArni s le- ictreduert s thc best Salve on earth 2 catalL druggists l Go T- oDVjrChas C Drugstore tFORDrugs CheiaIsALSO and BM h a jl Domplete Line of PharmacB ica11 I j AND f J1 Toilet Articles Gallore PHONE 64Day or NighthCHAS C DAVIS Pharmacist f KYpMT VERNOX h i WILLIS GRIFFINPractical Undertlcer and FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Ky ftpck Complete HEAKSE Mctalic Caskets Embalming done on short Come and sVe me anything I have not got can get for you on fir sin that leave the city IOR UERS bjPwire Promptly No 63 ATTENTION q BY YOUR DRUGS FROM I pRS C DAVIS Yon lont have tn pay for a Prescription Extra Special Attention to Cnildreri The and Drugs only in my Practice How ro CURK CORNS AND First soak the coca or bunion in warm water to soften it their pare it down as closely as possible with outdrnwi lghloodnnd apply Cham Pain Balm twice daily rubbing vigorously for five minutes AcOhlPlasterjbould ectit from the shoe Ain enerall liniment for bruises lame nets and rheumatism Pain Balm js unequaled Nor sale by ChasC DftVis the druggists FINE Attached Can Jurnish and hnvn notice Filled BUYING Purest Best used BUNIONS berlains sprains KILLTHECOUCH CURE THE LUNCS KingsNew FOR cONSUMPTION IISOcSureet and Guickoet Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TSOUB I LXf or XONX7 BACH i = l An Education its Display of the DepartI ment of Agriculture at the Worlds Fair j PiuO riau c Ill the United States Government Idiildins at the Worlds Fair the de liarimeut of agriculture occupies a SlJacc1llIlsportanre of the industry on which the real wealth of tie mSoa depends For it is from the soil from inexhaustible Mother Earth that vast tribute is drawn year by year from generation to generation Agriculture not only supplies the food of the people butt is the foster mother direct or indirect of all our mnuufiiciarlng industries and com mercial enterprises In recognition of this great truth the government spends lavishly of its revenues for the main t r 3 r mil I 1 LAST TRAXC PALACE OF ELECTniCITT andrarmy of exports in every departmont of research that lies a bearing on the k land and its prodtHstlveness Those are focuses o tQjtyieak at the f + kit Corldrl KtirlrTSrl TJoiiis where a magnificent demonstration ft given of accomplishingalumberman the fruit grower and all i5 who derive their livelihood from the there are enemies to be fought new methods be learned tile experience of other nations to be drawn upon here the place come in quest of knowledge One of the chief mt ihods adopted ciHriftrast The inquirer invited look this picture and that In this show case for example are apples of a particular kind grown sandy soil INDUSTRIES ant side liy side are apples of the same MUll produced under identical tions of climate but on a heavy clay soil a asked lake one will put his hand into the roper lox Again there art about Jji varieties strawberries shown by riro1twcthelliohlcmvhich the one tdepartmentrijicu on which commercial success or fsllure depends more the ban may arise Have I queoI fruit properly Loon this werellromptJand with the juxtaposed Her opinion of BosA little wrote the following essay on boys Boys are t en that have not got as big asjheir papasv and are women that wjll be ladles atJMnmJtlnriic Ilion do better if Jtrri aails and He made Ere BOySr arefIr trouble They wear ont every thing but soap If had ma tfi PETIT isADEDjF box of the same fruit that had bwnt left carelessly lying around for wviera days contra the iViiit g lIrtIing eachIsapparent that surely such an error once convincingly brought home pingoranges that have traveled far without damage hon they should be packed close by are others that bruised and dboolored simply cause they wore improperly packed the eye giildatl by contrast can tell a glance And and These bi 1 vt L L efforts y Eoil If to is to to is to on on on IIscorcsame kind Perhaps the man the soil search soniti product that will Ulr e fnf Ilj particular locality replace antoilimported lustiry and afford profitable return for his enterprise nand industry The department places his disposal facts and figures 6 ired by experts who have traveled alttoover the world for this very purp Ranged showcases many and vegetables all capable accli zation America some them aISpain pistachio nuts from Italy brood behns from England truffles from France IJeglet seer dates from Algeria mangoes from India man teens from Ceylon leitchees f 11IChina even a new salad plant f Japan ithe a 8 Hj 50TH tXTKAXCE PALACE OF VARIED condi grown Even child if to of is Once on compare it girl ifls 1 i r I 1 or so as at at ao on so on of of so hi at in are fr of m in of in What can be done in America to os ThisIing these government exhibit AgainC there are barks for tannins woods for dyeing herbs for medicinal porn leaves that yield essences shrubs give spices seeds that render oils roots of commercial value for a variety of hrbull spraplesthat can ba banled examined and are accompanied suggestiye hints as to the possible tension of cultivation Was ever a more important practical lesson provfdol for the aijrlculturisti of America EDMUND MITCHELL to ditherest dos My papa is so nice thatSold I think he must hate been a girlwhen he was a little boy was made and ontIte seventy day heandrtEJOn account pt the prospects Of tranbleas result of the killing ofa J K fttif i 1 FADEDICTURx For Saled I offer for sale piivately toy proDwe111ngHouse and stock of Gen era Merchandise Good Stand Good Improvements Conveniently Located Big Cash Bargain for ome uneI particnidrsaddressl C L PRUITT KvpEMissing A1 m ud iht1 a hor p v iiandscme rlsi Il tIYou seem tu Lt sst u t Jr n together Wheres hip left arm Mabel blushing fuiiou K He hasnt any left arm He lost it hbceverybody would misunderstar u that jiclnre CASTORIAPor Infants and Children BoughtIBears tho 1atureoC6 i f l Hiram announced Maw Hop toad Onr bo Jabez writes to tell us that hes engaged his elf to music hall artist 1Au artist he resp nel Pi hoptoid slowly Well Id rut hid picked onr t ensibler woman u one what paints picturs but nt er all its beltern elfin eutap led with one of them tbeatri winimin ex I Was afraid hemight NEW TOURIST SLEEPING pCAR SERVICE TO CALI IFOIl1HA the Miss iacifc Railway will establish d hronjjh Tourist Sleeping Car Lint St Louis to San Francisco Trail leave St Louis daily 1159 p Iwill The route will be via Miss curTo Pa ific Railway to Pueblo Colorado via Denver and Rio Grand Ihcnce Lake City and Ogden anc Southern Pacific to San Franci and Los Angeles This is the fain ous scenic Line of the world through the picturesque Rot k acscommodations will be uptodate will be personally coiducted Very love rates will be in effect from August 15th to Septembei 11Oh via Missouri Pacific Railwaj the principal Pacific Coast poinlt Cantsolu moldfrom September 1511 to Octobei informationrDn and c tt rarest representative of the i uuI Pac fio R il r r d ir trasiLiuis Mo ui R Gi11hes T P A Lcqisviile Ky BESfFORTHE BOWELS I orbowetaeveryday the open awlho Force In tho cc dangerousI ThI clear and clean to tak- eCANDY CATHARTIC CANDYt Eo iver Sicken or Oripei 2i and iJlotCcs or 1andboys of today are not t aj they were vhen I was a lad said r Itbooful1l1But think how inuch hettel training the boysof vriur day I lie CAN YOU EAT J B Taylor a prominent m erTheicontt of Chriesmati Tex says could not eat because of a g strengththatran that money could do was done but all hopeorrcCOery vanished Hi efIana red Theherbme four booties I am fully retfrectfe my usual strength weight and Mt health Kodol Dyspepsia Cure gests what you eat and cures l y lit Vernon grog Co girlDian went to the lihowmlice Ivant them to keep was her SUrpraise M ernr AX ANCIENT RIDDLE A great many years ago a promi Went merchant in Taumon Mass mised to an eccentric old woo named Lucy King that ill taking her subject from the Rih she would compose a riddle which he could not guess he would give ridlfeIwasAlam God made out of dust iiutithotight best tomike meflea ISo I was mad before a To nsw H 11 h j101yBut nl r My waysniid acts Hcdid u to But to my bjdy gore no soul IIrnIJ from his presence then withdrew And more of Adam never knew I did try Makers law obey Nor from it ever went astray teargappear For pavane wise which GJ di IseeHe put a living soul in me Asoul from me my God did claim And took from me the soul again DFur vhn from me tint sonl ha fleet I wh the same a when first waslv herAnd without landor feet or uitl j travel on froiu pole to pole nightcalllighttof people young ard old PT my death great light behold No right or wrong can 1 conceive T e Scriptures I cannot believe iiiTtyare to me bur empty sound No fear of death doth trouble mr Real Inpniiiess I never shall song heaven I stail never go Nor to the grave nor hell below Now When these lines you icloselvread Go search your Bible with all speed For tint my names recorded There I honestly to you declare COULD NOT BE BETTER The uniform success of Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diar rho a Remedy has won for it a cultic reputation and many peoplt agretiMilford Va who sayslilt work like magic and the best preparation I know of It rouldnt be am better Ili had a serious attic dsy abotchIt rimit he did with tii ettm chi diate relief was obtained For jai by Chas C Davis the druggist An old darkey when asked how he preached said In de fust place reads de test an den I plain de trot an den I pounds de text an den I puts in de r using INSQi liLA AND INDIGESTION CURED Last ye ir I hart a very severe attack indigestion I could nr sleep at night nd suffered m s excruciating puns for trrr hoti alter each meal 1WlS troublrC this way fur about three innti when I used Chamberlains Sum cb and Tablet and rtc ivt ininiediate relief sa Jtihii Dxin of Tuliamon Ontario Canada F i sale by Cha C Davis the druggist A Rocky Mountain editor hits S1thatbecome a man whereas a Il11anan make a monkey of hiraseli a ver3 few minutes GOOD FQiR CHILDREN pleasant 40 take and harm giveoakcoughandcroup cause does not pass immediately into the stom heearouetasoothes cures permanently by enabling lifeinkoxygeu the blood and tissues Sold by Vernon Drug Co WANTED Industrious man or ntaIlook alter its business in this tTitoryi by Salary 2000 weekly and expenses Salay pnid weekly from borne of Expense raaney advanced Experience not essential Enclose pelf addressed envelope General iage Bt ckCh gPitll II1X r h i I i i IJrj1 nfJ r i tIt a aFjs ifiJ1arrtru f IIrtJr Flmr onsjjIfnonWormsConvttisiutuFeVcstt nessanti Loss OFSISi FacSimile NEW signaturCJor f itltt sCOpy Of WRAP= ER2- t ASTORA For Infants and Children The Kind Vou Away HaveI 11br Iq s y n9- r i4 i Iji b U W a tPdf tpa VitYeieAST 1 1 r tTac = LPro THE BjfflK OF kT VERNON MT VERNONIKY OPENED 1900 CAPITALSTOCK 315000 C C WILLIAMS PRES JAS T ADAMS VlcEPRES W L RICHARDS CASHIER A B FURNISH ASST CASH FisSaHetionOur 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Monday in Sep temper VT VBRNON Muii COUKI fond i loti r rl CH JrtCHES hnrchPreachiiiri p Suntaj hllot9 a ui rv r 7lmrslayi3UptuI attendnil thetth rThirdratuntzy Prayereting MASONIC tMand bilge No Mtornerts nd3lonlay a m I 1i l 1 dHAPTENoNDy1RFiS every bf0I31AY MACCABEES KO T TEST SOllUtetsevery ie and3rd Mon ay at 730 p m JAS E nOUK Con CIlAb C DAVIS Indigestion Causes CatarrH of theStomachFor many years it has been suPPose that htdgestionand Repealedmucous membranes lining the tomachand exposes the nerves of tha stomach thus caus oftheStomachKodol Curt mucousmembranesnerves and cures bad breath soul rl asense of fullness after eating indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach troub EtMakeeejthe 11I