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Established 1887 II VOLUME XVIII IT MT COUNTY KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1904 VOTE OF SATURDAYS PRIMARY H lame of Clndidltes n r x W Q o te o to F E c N = g ft r 0 0 n = Qf1 O n r 1 ti K h 0 FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY MAJORITY P D Colyer 47 47 48 33 44 30 72 93 52 iR 2s S D Lewis 140 toy 85 Si 76 67 130 57 75 97 72 445 FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK PLURALITY Logan Renner 18 24 4 311 3 3 I09 50 5 I M C Miller 108 73 57 26 39 36 Sj 29 33 40 24 116 H L Tate 48 42 79 7 32 29 46 i c 40 103 10 W J Chasteen 12 14 15 98 39 52 29 i 54MAJORITYFOR SUPERINTENDENT SCHOOLS G M Ballard 90 75 103 100 103 91 125 86 64 5r 96 337 S N Davis 104 82 46 26 22 21 86 61 67 123 PLURALITYFOR JAILER Carroll Martin 3 i to 45 2 3 4 1083L L Jarrett 32 33 43 4 7 1356 5 27 125 0 31 J tParsons 20 25 52 3 o 5 4 6 It 4 R M Johnson 3 4 6 4 3 0 3 3 0 I G W Decker 26 20 ij 7 6 3 41 115 55 6 6 CarraCMl S i 4 4r q 24 3 Culnruin 3 7 5 2 n 14 i V Chrs 7 4 r 19 82 ont tI i t I 13 1thiHp 0 J i r n r J SS Sa R PiURAM N Hicks 32 62 41t3 ir 5 36 4PiIJoe W o 56 31 56 22 36 52 46 Q3 7 C3 KJ M Kinney 47 33 2 I3o 31 67I 39 47 29 ItIV Chasteen II 2 8 24 23 2 6 o tb 7Tl FOR SURVEYOR MAfORITY rJoe Wilson 6r 30 42 67 29 tf iy j6t 47 36 i TItl1ins 3 37 24 21 74 4j Sid 72 t 24 rr MAGISTRATE FIRST DISrJ U s l a igALI1i ltert VijiJoshua Boreing 41 0 JyS L Durham 17 59 W M ct ueen 40 50 3uttr WM Huff 4 34 IzxFOR CONSTABLE FIRST DIST ff dAjOkI vt H C Jones 44 70 22 J 6 L D Hensley 21 26 33 FOR MAGISTRATE SECOND DIST PLURALITY H H Shiplet 16 36 G W Pitman 16 20 Logan Arnold 33 J3 14 W J Kinley 24 J v IL J J Cook 89 3 FOR CONSTABLE THIRD DIST MAJORITY W W Anglin 52 62 46 hI B Swinford 20 48 FOR MAGISTRATE FOURTH DIST PLURALHY Y W B SIGMONt4 66 Chesley Payne 77 44 George Robinson 29 14 In the race for sheriff thre was no official count of the vote as bO candidates agreed that upon tie face of the returns it was a tie vote and owing to the irregularit in many precincts uei her candidate was willing to stand a contest so it was agreed to draw straws for who should be sheriff the unlucky candidate to be a deputy which resulted J in R L McFerrons nominal In with G S Griffin as deputy For the other twi deputies it was greed that the tWQ running with M Ferron and the two with GnfTa should decide the question among JoRobinshn successful candidates ji7 IW SUMBElllII II Well Old Crimp Is Here LEVEL GREEN- I Possum Holler wilt be no more only in history The whites drove the Indian from illS campfire hunting ground and wigwam supplanted his firey war whoop with the mild ugee haw buckof civil ization the war dance and corn oflourcotiUiontonk the place of their war Id abanceWetthe few who lived over went Westand our grandparents grew up and prospered like mooley calves of the stall Another gen eration came on and proseredI O this was a country of rich soil sugar tree and pea vine an hundred years agoand they nearly all alraisedThere was Levi Denuey 8 boys and 4 girls Isaac Snodgrass 13 boys and 3 girls Robt Swinney 9 boys and 2 girls Jessee Reynolds 6 boys and 6 girls grandpap loin Brown 7 boys and 4 girls David Owens 13 boys and i girl aud there were the DeBorus the Tay Iprs and others with proportionally large families and nearly evere one attained manhood and not an D ever came among them but the old griiid jnararov with her verbs and the old matt with a jig ot pure c irn whisky bid defi ance ti disease or affliction and lIeailall those large families were 3hsIc itt we hive large healthful lisp p families in this mr day a time like tbo e welt is because we have doclois of mtdicice in stead of grams and her ib is the fault in our whisky Well time pahclOil and rnen snd wo pier Utl kept fiiiiJtijifyiiig or iut ace of the canli ai tliere vras 8ul to le found in P sstfli polio just tilts of people The pcfSpl had pettceable eltclionfe eyery mar voting his sen taieiiU free with ontutoneyor pikeYei tnti- rSSedou and the 5pkau whfxk Uao Svctaeii to undergo shinier very radical Fiatt1 the 8ih It10tstrPiie tor a time hut alas atd aiack long br fate night a cyclone struck us and an earthquak shook us the eruption of a political vol cano that had been pent up for the last century was turned loose on u with all its fury and weyes we exclaimed where are we atp and we have not found out vet and per haps never will But brethren men may change and men do die but principles are immortal they will live forever therefore exclaim in the Ithanwe have but few Henry Clays now and especially where Possum Hol ler once stood But we need n become discouraged and think we fare done for Read your Bibles thand look at the ups and downs of the Jews Gods chosen people How often they were exiled enslaved and scourged but alter due repentance the Lord received them acd as used to be with the Jesirsgift so Will it be with us There w orIanandso are W ith a lull line of everything you need to keep you warm jSuch is Ladies wraps furs skirts waists all of the very latest If we have not got what you want we can get i tsroLucOvercoats Suits Uveralls t Gloves taps Sweaters Bum Coats f r Macfcifftoslies Mufflers api flosieryi y H At all Pricea Goods Goat CostA complete line of Flanels Planelets Outings Ginchaihs Chambras Cantons Silks Satins Velvets Trimmings of all kinds such as Hambiirgs Lces Braids binding and Linings s They must go so come and see us We want to sell them and we can save you money 4J SHOES SHOES V Tailormade Suits and Hats a Spp cialty ir jfinT 3FEDTJC HOGKER t Ci t 4IVINGSTON11KY a rIv- rUag 1 FADr t c s yes Bryan Folk and a host of oth ers Sorrow has always followed t lose who wander off after false gods and ever will Look now for j Moses and Aaron hrothcfWi1lit1and re J o followJ J Towery is Mill i poor health he contemplates South western trip as soon as he le to standiLR L Brown of jSomerseJ visited homiftlks Snni day He reports favorably in his line of businessthe law Corn is near all cribbd and i fully Hof a full cropHogs have fattened and a few men have slaughtered Our people are kill tug more beeves this fall than usu cheap cattle Roosevelt pros j erity ofcoul eYheat is coming np slow and irregularly tht1primary vote but being of a religious turn of mind lean now rejoice with those that rejoice and weep with those that weep Of course some mighty good men were beaten null will haveto wait for we have been waiting for neatly a quarter of a century and it now seems that we will continue to wait and wait indefinitely but we have one hope All things happen to him that waits Come over you who wert deitated and take up sour quarters vith us We should thmk talk JIHI act more religion and less of politics remembering that but one thug is necessary and platy ri1uG chosen that better pal tII andIur the next twelve months ano note luote clor ly to them than ever fore The subject of politics will gtt but a iahsitw nuttce moil nit ici titi7y daw F arc HJerhp Xwnt LestalJclwht11 stirred s bitv onl think Very trulyIHERB W 1Herb W Edwards of DesMoines Iowa got a fall on an icy walk b at sretbruising his knees The next day he says they were so sore and stiff I was afraid I would have to stay in bed but I rubbed them well with Chamberlains Pain Balm and after a few applications all sore ness had disappeared I feel that this bottle of Pain Balm saved me several days timer to say nothing of the suffering This liniment b- on Davis sale at the drugstore of Chas Ci otThe bronze statue ot Frederick the Great presented to the Amen can people by Emperor William was unveiled in Washington bj Baroness Speck von Sternbutg wife of tLe German Ambassador The ceremonies were marked by great military and official display President Roosevelt cccepted the SINCEorI was taken severely sick with kidney trouble I trieball sorts of medicines none of which relieved me One day I saw an ad of your ilectric Bitters aud determined ry that After taking a few doses I felt relieved and soon thereafter was entirely cured and have not een a sick day since Neighbors of mine have been curedof rhea matism neuralgia liver and kid ney troubles and general debility This is what BF Bass of Fre mont N C writes Only 5Octs at all druggists Unknown asSassins ner Cumber land Falls Whitley county mar dered Sallie Durham and buea her body in her cabin killed Geo Curdand fatally wounded Thomas Curd GUARANTEED FOR PILES protrudingmoney if Paw Ointment fails t cure any case no matter of how longstanding in6 to 14 days First application gives ease and rest soc If your drvggist hasp t it send spavin stamps and it will be forwarded postpaid by Paris Med icine Co St Louis Mo Every VERNON a COSt JiIjU Ij ti 1fI1NJ IS THE PLACE TO BUY AT COST 12 00 Suits now S U0i 00 Suits parts 3 00 Wo have about 300 Suits that Vll go that way OVERCOATS at COST 80 OO Coats flit S4 00 Out t1 Suits Undenvcar will 13thoRegular lOCo Outing will hc soul at jets rout the Gth until the jrlth after which time it will be soul tor lOets IN LADIES DRESS GOODS we have the Finest line Winter goml ever brought to town rCOME AND EXAMINE OUR F KRUEGER SONS Mt Vernon Kentuclcy P SWatilt this space feet Special Bargains R L McFERRON Republican nominee for sheriff of Rockcastle Upon the face of the urns it seems th t it was a tie vote although there was no official count of the votebetween Mr McFerron and Mr Griffin and neither one being willing to stand a contest as irregularities existed in almost every precinct in the county a comromise was effected which resulted in Mr McFerrons nomination with Mr Griffin as one of his deputies G S GRIFFIN Who will be one of the deputies under McFerron Formal announcement was made of a movement to hold in Chatta toedbe known as the SemiCentennial Peace Jubilee Exposition to emit memorate the close of the Civil War A RUNAWAY BICYCLE Terminated with anugly cut on othe egoLJBOinor Franklin Grave Ill It developed a stub born ulcer unyielding to doctors land remedies for fouryears Then Bucklehs Arnica Salve cured Its just as good for burns scalds skin alldruggists I J I rir- w itttmi Published Friday ROCKCASTLE We EQUALED SHOES CLOTHING of STOCK l Louisville men will leave in few days to make a formal requ of Andrew Carnegie that be in publit000 DOESNT RESPECT OLD AGE Its shameful when youth fails show proper respect for old age but jnsl the contrary in the case of Dr Kings New life Pills They cnt off maladies no matter how se ageDyspepsiajauudiCe pation all yield to this perfectpill 25ctsttt all druggists = JQUAIL Several Bluegrass men are tu neighborhood hunting this week Robert Long and family will leave for Indiana Friday to locate pry weathei stilt prevails and Peopleare having a time to get waier Wilson Brown and a daughter cf John Delaney were married on 2th Inst Dr W B Smith and wiftWalnut Grove left last week c I T to locate Mrs Kate Laws and son Eugei r has returned from Indiana The v wilt remain in Kentucky Susie daughter of John Riddle of Walnut Grove is reported vtiy sick with erysipelas of the race W R Cress and family let a livejRobertIa ar of W G Nicely a mare for 115 The primary was quite lively iithis section Saturday Must hat thecncsiniunity Willie Proctor and a Itr Gilbert of Lexington spent last week ii this part hunting and visiting Mi Proctors family J H Lynn of Stanford bought of Henry Brown 3 looolb teesj CraigJ5Stepheisded adas buried in the Lavrence buryiug ground Tuesday evening 1At the home of IM Martit Owens on Thursdays November 11 9 4 Mr Jas Sutton youngest son of H G Sutton decd and Miss Susan Prcctor vonrget daughter of Tart Proctor were married by said Elder Owens Af ter which they went to Mis Su tans and together with relative i and friends they partook of an ex collent dinner Heres to the young couple good wishes and Lope fa many hippy dais together THK EXACT THING REQUIRHI you COXSTIPATIOX As a certain purgative ami stomach purifier Clwmberlain Stomach and Liver Tablets seem lit be the exact thing requbdstrop renough for the most robust yet mild enoughand safe for children and without that terrible griping purgativessays bYCoasThe Board of Control of the estKnights of Pythias of Kentucky exingtonand Orphans Home Thirty thousand dollars was placed in a Lexington bank to pay for the lard as soon as the deed in acknowledge toWhen you want a pleasant phy sic try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy tu take and produce no griping or tyChasEstimates for the United Slaternavy for the next fiscal year aggr fate 114530538 r rt c NAL1i1 FLt rm 2 1904 try r EDG +R S- SLflSCRTP1IONONE ALBRIGHT YEAR IOc 7 Advertizing rates made known on application ONE of the most brilliant lights of Kentucky was extinguished on ast Saturday night when Col W C P Ereckinridge the orator statesman and editor passed into I the great beyond But few could c1ainthe distinction of Cot Breck 1 inridgem as many different ways His oratory and unsurpassed ability asl debater upin the floor of Con gress won for him a national repu tation the articles from his per cnlled frh the admiration of the gre test literary geniuses fe coun tn as a statesman had but few superiors and af a soldier brave and fear1e Col Breck inridge was brrn August 28 1837 near Balti more M ry land and was a son Dr R j RreckinrSdge He came ti Kentucky while yet a young man and entered Centre College being a member of the famous class of 1855 In this class were associa ted with C J Breckinridge as low students United States Sean tors JC S Blackburn James B McCreary former Vice President Aulai E Stevenson Boyd Wi Chester inner Minister to Switzer land T T Crittfron forme Govern of Missouri and man others vnose names are written itj the archives of the cemetery THE Fiityimun session of Cor gie s will convene December 5h with cue hundred republican ma jority I loos fox the Imeniber very smich like GemccrilI f Clures religion gloomy But they will draw theii salary and probably be able to stii up a Huh confusion now anti then and that will be as much as any of thei will do- BKiruVNTN Clarence E Vood s L a candidate for Mayor of Rich imood and here is hoping that he will win with hands down IfTlie newspaper fraternity of Kentucky could only be allowed a vote there isnp question but that his electioi would be unanimous THE Mountain Democrat John Pearls paper has just rounded out WOrkellfsplendid success t THE primary election being over there is gcat danger of the water famine striking Rockcastle if it t doesnt rain pretty soon SEWS iTEMS A movement has been started to rraisean endowment of 2000000 J for the University of Virginia J Another attempt to blow upa I inIBishop Chattard of the dioces j of Indianapolis was received in private audience by Pope Pius X 4 The fitythird birthday anni Tvrsary of Queen Dowager Margb erita waa celebrated throughout rJtaIY3Airofferofxoooojor a sepa raid lilirary for negroes has been made to the city oj Atlanta by Mr Carnegie It s reported in St Petersburg that a battle is in progress in the vicinityof Mukden but the rumor casno official confirmation The Jipanese are reported to have destroyed another arsenala Port Arthur blowing it up after dropping 200 shells in its vicinity The naval estimales for the fiscal ysar ending June 30 1906 aggre Rate i r4 530 3Si an increase over J the last apnropriuon of 17372 448 An indictment has been returned J against J R Neighbors the EHza- bethtowt Ky saloonkeeper charged with assault and battery on Mrs Carrie Nation v The tic et wagon of the Fore piughSels circus was robbed of 30 000 at Tarboro N C Em LIL ploves ofthe show are suspected i Sad several urrests have been made The Young Womans Christian Association of Kentucky and Ten nessee is Holding its first annual convention at Lexington with i over one hundred delegates nnt tendace L Jr I J P BLURiED PRINT I The damage done by fire in the Missouri building at the Worlds Fair is estimated at 20000 g With one exception all the trains leaving Louisville are carryt ing tanks of water the drouth hay ing made it necessity Stock ponds are dried up all over the State consequence of the short rainfall of the past few months The Liberty Bell was escorted through Indianapolis over the street car lines by an immense crowd in brilliantly lighted cars A banquet was tendered Maol Weaver of Philadelphia and hism committee bj the city officials Uncle Sam has 75000 postoffi ces and 500000 miles of postal routes with a yearly travel over them amounting to 500000000 miles The service costs over 150000000 year The receipts now Almost equal the expenditures ind have doubled in the last ten years Col William Campbell Prestta Breckinridge the distinguished lawyer md editor died at his home satIunlayparalytic stroke sustained a few lays goCo1 Breckinridge was stricken in his office and never spoke 1fterwardI A model of the iaruous Rocket the first engine to draw a passen 4er train stands in the Transportation Building of the St Louis Ex position and Edwin Entwistle the man who acted as fireman on the epoch marking day 73 y ars ago when the first passenger train in in the world left Manchester for Liverpool lives in au humble cot lag in East Des Moines and when he thinks of his inability to visit the Exposition and see the Rocket model tears COllIe into his eyes aid course down his cheeksIId give any thing I possess just to see and handle it again the ged man said recently as he told the story of that memorable trip But Im old now and feeble Im not the lad Iwas when George Stephenson gave me a word of heer and I climbed into the Rocket and we started on our trip Edwin Entwistle was a lad of 16 hen the trip was made He was recommended to Stephenson by the Duke of Bridgewater whose stew ird declared that Entwistle was the lest mechanic in his shops It was in September 1831 that Rocket made its trip Stephen IIhe bad triumphed over many dif and the test was to be made He had completed his plans btained a charter for the railroai between Liverpool and Manches er and laid his ira k Stephenson had one strong friendI the Duke of Newcastle heard that Stephenson was to ap appear befoie committee the Duke oade him be careful of his answers lest the committee refuse the char ter George heeded well the instruc tions of the Duke said Mr En twistle The committee asked him all sorts of questions but the answers were always cautious and hardheaded In particular they tried to find out what the capacity of the train was to be in the way ol speed and the handling of freight 4It will travel fast enough aid pull freight enough answered Stephenson Cto pay the interest on the money invented That was all they got out of him hut the charter was granted Work was begun on the roadat once but there were 10 miles that were a bog and gravel and dirt had to be haultd in so that it wa four years before the rails could be laidWhen the track was completed and Stephenson was ready to enter the competition he was ithouta fireman He applied to the Duke if Bridgewaterand sent by the latter to his machine shops Here Stephens repeated his request to the foreman of the shop The lat ter replied I havent a man to send but that lad will serve year purpose if you care to take him and get an order from the steward The order from the steward was not long in coming and Edward Entwistle then a machinists apprentice went on the Rocket Stephenson took Entwistle out the following Sunday to let him try his handat the throttle They ran the engine down to the bog a distance of 15 miles and return Stephenson was more than pleased The next day was the day for the competition Entwistle speaking of the trip said I dont remember much about the weather All the days in EnC latg are pretty much the sim and along the seacoast there jS al I ny snore or less of a f gili 31 I were what might becvIedj level country Where the boghad j lecn filled iu of course wis leye It was slightly dowil hill bstwce Manchester and Liverpool Th country was not rough I dont remember the time tIIJmitll way down wnen a stop was made The Duke of Wellington v as talking to Mr Huskisson and they were standing on tne second track Suddenly a construction engine came around the corner and bore down on them The Duke of Vemu ton jumped and escaped safely hut Mrl Huskisson was struck down and the wheels passed oerhi4 legs above the knees He was taken to Liverpool where he lived about 10 hours Strange as it may seem this accident did not prejudice the peo pie ftaainst the railroad They understood that it was an accidett and did not blame the road The Rocket pulled on that trip five coaches They were smal affairs and looked much like stage coaches on wheels Each conch contained three seats each accom modating three people making nine to a coach 1eople rode on the tops however and hung on the sides of the coaches so that in al- lis persons rode that day Thou ands of persons were Jio dup along the railroad track on both sides 10 witness the strange performance After operating the Rocket y months young Entwistl found him self almost a nervous wreck anc refused to serve any longer When I was iSthat was it 1837I left England and came ti this country Fifty years ago came Wast and built a house righ on this very spotDes Moines cor New York Herald- MOTHERS PRAISE IT Mothers everyxvbere praise One Minute Cough Cure for the sufferings it has relieved and the lives of their little ones it has saved A certain cure for coughs croup aur whooping cough A L Spafihrd Postmaster of Chester Mich says Our little girl was l1Dcon iou from strangulation during a suddei and terrible attack of croup Om Minute Cough Cure quickly reliev ed and cured her and I cannot praise it loo highly One Mil nte Cough Cure relives coughs makes breathing easy cuts on phlegm draws o inflamation anc removes e cry cause of a cough and strain on lungs Said by Mt Vet non Drug Co LAND STOtAND CROP 1raised20000 He used 100 tons of fer tilizers and halt a ton of Paris greet to kill potato beetles The tota cost of the crop was 7000 and tin profit was 13000 The following method is generally employed in killing turkeys Ti rhe birds feet together and hang an a pole then cut the throat ts oleed freely Dry pick them lear ing head and wings on After pick tug dip in hot water and then h cold This will give the skin a fresher look Some of the Illinois corn show at the Worlds Fair has been sole to a South American farmer for an ear He bought ten ears se iecting the finest from the entire exhibit This is pedigreed corn o the finest quality ever raised in thi country and was produced by a young farmer near Decatur Tuesday night Robert T Mar shall sold his export cattle to Junas and Sim Weil for 5 cts to be weigh ed up from the ist to oth of Dec There are 163 head in the lot a lage rer cent of tlembhackpCllem- Angus and Mr Veil says they are among the best in the State and probably the best bunch of the size to be found Flemingsburg Times Democrat The demand for mules in e1withdozens hundred changed hands Any sound mule in fair condition had no trouble in changing owners in fact was snapped up buyers stand ing farout in the streets to get first choice Sales at 175 were not un common while as high as 200 was paid One dealer stated that he had refused 2 15 for au extra good mule he did not care to sell and have secured 225 Fartrers Home Journal AyersWe know what all good doc ors think of Ayers CherryI cctofal Ask your tor and find out He will tell Cherry Pectoralyou how it quiets the tickling inflamedI iEiEltON reninur las4e 0 eyan Ot inwefl Iig Irng1tfor Hard Coughs One of Ayers Pills at bedtime will hasten recovery Centlv laxative WANTED Men and women in this count n id adjoining territories to repr sent and advertise an old establish ed house of solid Pnancial standing Salary to men 21 weekly to women 12 to 18 weekly with expen ses advanced each Mondy by chel direct fron headquarters Hor and buggy furnished when nerei sary position permanent Address Blew Bros it Co Dept B Moi ou Bldg Chicago Ill A movement is on loot in Si Louis to make a permanent anms meat enterprise in slightly alters form of thirtytwo of the shows o the Pike TO CALIFORNIA Via Scenic Colorado or Tru Southern Runt Daily Throng Pullman Standard Sleeping Cas t Louis to San Francisco via Uxssourr Pacific railroad and Scei Colorado Elegant Tourist Sleel ng Cars Service every Tuesda md Thursday from St Louh Daily Through Pullman Stamar Sleeping Cars St Louis to Lc ugeles Calvia Iron Mointai Route the True Southern Rouu New Tourist Sleeping Car Excu iions via Iron Mountain Route an Paso leave St Louis every Tue ay and Saturday The servic eqipmentis striitly uptodat Itnd trip and low rate one wa ickets are on sale via Iron Monn tin or Missouri Pacific Railway rom all principal points in il east For berths reervatioi nd full information address R 1 3 MATHEWS T P A aud Lei isville Ky or H C TOWXSENT 3 P aud T A St Louis M- oUiss of Flesh When you cant eat break sst take Scotts Emulsion hen you cant eat bread l1d butter take Scotts mulsion When you have sen living on a milk diet and anc something a little more iourishing take Scotts Emulsion To get fat you must eat at Scotts Emulsion is a reat fattener a great trength giver Those Who have lost flesh Nant to increase all body issues not only fat Scotts emulsion increases them all bone flesh blood and nerveFor invalids for convalescents for consumptives for weak children for all who ne dflesh Scotts Emulsion is a rich and comfortable food and a natural tonic Scotts fmulsionjor bone flesh blood and nerveIWe will send you a 1BCJrein the form of alabtl ii on the wrapper of extry bottle of Emulsion you SCOTT bUYI 409PearlStNY S0cmdt all drujghti uu AyersPills Want your moustache or beard utewtum browi or rich wwk use f It f J r ii THE SUNDAY BIBLE SCHOOL rssou iu the International Scries for Novexnl MiZr 1904HWorl s T mpsauce Lesson rPrepared by tks Highway and By way Preaoiier tCopyrjfl by J Edson LESSOX TKXT Isulah K1S memory vcVen nrttJc wliol chapt jCjOLDKNTKrCTvTlicy ifiso Slave crttfj lluou wine nail Mirvugk Iron drink jire out of tl witiTiSii u c lJIIJelll a IutIoductory NoteI I 1fruction cf ICphrattn a nam by which the orihern of Israel was known lic iii ort i i ire chapter from which our sscn is taken efer to Uo tlu about the sixth year Jlezekiah klfJlf of Judah and just prior to the flea captivity of Israel in fp rin of linen The Crown of Pridi vI reCess to Samaria the capital fI 1pt raiin flhe reEtfStif v terr to Ju ah wliici ecjoyln tb righeons reign of HJieWai In v 95 to certain 3u ten Tto loo rtIrrcd tiirouKh wine Vere iiiii lye the rootJlns rotorts of tic drmIirds to Isafahs trillS and in veiiw J12 wo have the prjthets an er rreto The J jisoa OuUne THKJIK The Oreat roprITLc Doom of tl6 Drutiar2s 14 ltfllliCt111 beuty is a aIIiiowerv L it OverccirnCaet down to treaitht- rttWrn uri er Zootvt i Thiatritiid A fadirg Cower Hasty frrit that hccaiethtn vl The Uevvavd of lligtiteousmmervS I 1 Irith and flatitytfiowc ofsory- diaCf m of beautyii VjlomSphrIt of jiaiimrettv Strength Strength to Item tiJt turn the batte to the atevI- i The Ways of the runKarJ vs 711 tl DownwadAre out of tie way TTnconlroIIed App tiiT Swallowed up of wirerIncapacitated Err lit vnn 3tuabl in judgmcntV 4 Inclcan Vomltfcndrttbinfei vSf Jroud ho ttach knowS edge or Mlher stall tie inopte teaCh us knowedJc1 9 1rofase Ver b sort mrfn cry of the prophets iiifsnin OJcds Iinn MessaKPVP 113 i1 AVarnlaK Witt another tonsr wiI He EPeaUv irunis twMU a heather nntior whose tor ar WT faIled to tipijetsina C The Plht V Ioiue OutTl- the rest ThiC is the ixC- Slngv Simplicity of the aie5ev jmparln Scripture with 1IThe Doom of the Dninhard roblecl v 11tlah gives us here IlI iinife of a once glorious nation that ins bcsottfrt sail robbed of ever ace of bPHtity and sJTJ All bow rorg firSnk etrlpsof tverythicK fcorce children friends portion wan Dad See it ou eVery bawl The areas t rubber Ja the world tooaj is Strou in6iYW1dureroome vs aIrae1 was jnsr i the brink of destruction A ighty and a strong ot enin the i Assyria was soon to sweep ller501I ercome the nation mastic weak lute through drink Sarcaria thai autifnl city the prjie of the nation as to be cast down The man who itteth his hand to the cup has given imteir Into the bands of an encriy ill finally overcome him 3 Destroyed r 4Read 2 KIngs 7123 for the story of how utterly Is el Maa destroyed The figure of tin dlng flower tell16ftbe departed glcr i Israel and the fijjure of the earl ut that quicMy eaten ezprtssc re hate and cageniefs witlt which th Hgyrlaa foe utterly corvroo ths cit and land of Israel Strong drink ha unged man a nation to fc trljIon vnd it claims he victimS Lrt2e hun i32 reds of thousands every erProvI II The Reward of ISishtousnes Health and beauty v 2 witdomI strength v6 Vhat a f one who is temperate in all IICor t25 Daniel offers striking mplo of the value of total abltn ote the couueetion between the StI iiii loth yrs of the first chapter o Oanlcl III The Ways of the Drunkard Towrwsrd Slow swift and sure it1ITrcpntrclJedAppetites Bcr a sarriked to satisfy the awful crIarts Incapacitated The m r wh nfiulge in stroap drink is physical nd morally disqualified to fill any ion of trust or responsibility 4 Un lean To see the drunkardln his help 2ss maudlin moments is to understan ill that this implies Proud TM a one or the drauy rds strong charat ciistics 6 Pjofune Strong Driul eteases the tonjjue which sends forth iood of foulmouthed oaths and unclea all Ah how Isaiah in these verses hat nitliued the course of the dninkardrov 23 2932 IVGods Final Message Warn ng Drunkards are barred Iron leaven 1 Cor C10 Gal 521 And ii this life they sink below the level o the brute creation 2rrhe right wa pointed out The drinker deludes him ief that in his cups he Studs rest am refreshing hut clod points the only wa o these tea 2t3 3 Simplicity o the Message Grd message to the ritciy Avajwartf soul ot man is alwayi simpia The drunkard ccaiJa not th god cure cr anv other cure which mat can IcvecL Hijnefas the blood cure Jwi can save where allslFefalls Heb JjThe Golden Text Thy also hare erred through wine and through strong risk are out of the way Wine Strong Prink Th hCfejag Bat ere long the talc temptress In troduces her friend Giant Strong Drink lie appears like a jolly good fellow ami soon he and 31 Soul and Body are faa viiILoner everytling Is sivcn up Pythian Widows and Or IThe Home at Lexington will be dedicated with approprtnre cer mt isles May 3 Ayers Pills Ayers Pills Ayers Pills Keep saying this over and over again The best laxative iJ rff BArt Qy nrT en or w tu r v fs t t irjrfk tSh esi i + Jt Should it the purpose of every one iu selecting SHOES for winter wear to buy those that will give the best SATISFACTION FuR TPE tLEAS MONEY IYccarryonly abe best on the market at cit it4 foes with each mir LI mt end examine urst K ROBltiA i 1hone No 66 Mt Verne iTheC me I fin I illiutjt te ni tI LHI JCNASMc Sole gert Mt Verr en Ky Pat r iGRANVILLEOWENSfI 4 Brodhead K FULL LINE Coffins Caskets and lobe All Mail or C leplion orders Promptly Filled ij1 7 J L i The World All Knows RailwaytheWorlds Fair Line If you have a t111ill vitw to Evansville St Louis or to any point in the West or Southwest ASK US FOR RATES And Ask Us First ofIoccasions Hume Seekers or Colonists Ex cur iom 1we have them i MWOMAOK G L GARRETT City Passenger Agent Traveling Passgr Agi L J AgentLouisville t R SHORTEST UHf JLE Lev fuh vii fti t tont AtlohtJ ri Jvs TvHe Texas Points IS ti AIXEN Tra Passr Agt 89 E Main SL ixington Ky Wi oARpTr Gen Mgr W C RINEARSON fen Pass Agt 1 w AN- DSYNtPIV Queen CmSCJJ Jute 1Cincinnati Knoxville Savannah nreveportIIand tNLY TmIOO DAILY ENZIE Telegraph DEMOCRAT IFOR THREE MONTHS This will over the Presidential Campaign which prom ises to be one of the most exciting in history Subscribe NO WInd get all the news W P WALTON Lexington Ky t YiVERNON SIGNAL- MT VERQ1 ICY NOV 25 904i II up No 79 when 79Can watt to Communl cute With SIGNAL Z f a I RCot TIME TABLEa14 north 1206 p m z6 north 308 a m 3 south 129 p jl 25 South h 105 a AgentjPhon uuelt the Yt reroa P66ra- CIs oti tter PEBSONAL E B Cox continues very sick Miss Cora Adams is with relatives herelR E Thompson is with relatives here for a few days A J Fish spent several days in Louisville this week John Colyer came home fro Louisville for the primary Miss Lcttie Caldwell has return ed to her home at London Mr and Vfrs Elmer Houkspsnt Sunday with relatives here Rev T D Mullins has moved into the Mrs Liford property- F Francisco is again in charge of the Frith Hotel Brodhead Mr and Mrs Brack Graves came up from Livingston yesterday A B Furnish spent Sunday and Mondav with his brother in Cinciu 1nati i J A Landrum L N aent jfter a vacation of one montbwill resume work today Felix Bowman and W M singer are progressing nicely wit their new dwellingslAgent J A Land rum returned yesterday from a short visit to Eas Bernstadt and London- R L Collier tells us that he has several large orders for telephone poles to he shipped north Uncle flick Johnson and fnjpil Lave moved to the residence recent ly vacated by M J Miller Jr Mrs W P Lincoln passed through to Wilton Wednesday af r renioon to visit her sister Mrs Neil Miss Marie Harden of Wheeling W Va is the guru of befriend r and classmate Miss Fannie Sparks Charley Henderson came in Wednesday night to attend the burial of his aunt Mrs Saran HendersonCol W Miller of Lamas ter is here this week having locust post cut and shipped for use on Garrard farmaSirs Nan Jarrett parsed through to I ivingston Wednesday to see her daughter Mrs J F Cooper who is very sick J M Wallin of crab Orchard was on yesterdays ain en route to Bozeman Mon to make his horn Interior Journal We are glad to see our gco friend W H Sowdef ofBrodl1eld again able to resume his duties the store of Martin Sowder Co Misses Alza Thompson Reca fta ker Fannie Sparks Margarite McClary and Risse Williams caire borne from school to spend Thanks giving J G Frith is general timber in 1Spector for the Cranor Smith Lum The man does not exist who knows any more about timber than Jerry Jack Davis ef Somerset Q bradkeman is spending several EIC with his sister Mrs Booth and uncles Dr S C and W A B Davis Miss Ellen Butner has gone to Louisville to accept a position with the Equitable Life Insurance Co with which company she bat been connected some time Mr J C Bullen who moved to Texas about a year ago Is prep to move back to Rockcastle has purchased Dr Rll Lewis farm near Wildie for 2500 Mrs Sallie Williams has sold bEI millinery store to Mrs Cleo Brown who will take charge January ist at which time Mrs Williams coo connection with the store wil cease Nathan Doan the young ma who was cut during election week is improving slowly although be still at the Miller Hotel not bavin p a recovered sufficiently to lie take tiito his home r i FADEDF3 r L l 1111itt OCAL Marriage lie tine n as issued Ibis week to John Mobley and Wins Mary Martha Hopkins 9We understand there have been tlliSIweeke ColltgeIIOUIS e uap dress this office W M Payne James Panneli nd William Stout were appointed appraisers of the estate o f Thomas Stalls vorth decayed MrRCMorrisun of Louis jville has beer made assistant sup erintendenl of this division with headquarters 4t Livingston jThi office has just gotten outfonew directory for t Vernon and Livingston with names of other stations included Ilargemodation of the r stock J T Proctor of this place is doing tit work tmo take charge of our company hotel it Livingston Address NEW LIVINGSTON COAL Co iov ii 3t Livingston Ky The section foremen of the K D made their annual inspection trip the first of the week Gran Adams Dave Hurt Ap Taylor and George Doss are classed among the Best on the division HOIXYBETHCRUM Miss Bessie Holly of Lebanon Junction and Charley Bethuruin L N brake man were married at Jem o last night They will return here on spendita Q The new bank at Brodhead will Thhe now ag the finishing touches was built Kruegerta 1Uty a ad iition to that thriv iug town The news reached here Tuesday that T J McQueen formerly of this county and a brother of our magistrate elect Wl McQueen had been killJat East Bern studt by a Mr McXiel who is a brother in law to J A Landrura of thi place Miss Sarah Henderson the only sister of David Henderson died Wednesday afternoon after an ill ness ofmany mouths This leaves only one survivor Mr David Hen derson of one of the oldest and mostprominent families of our count While hunting Friday afternoon Mr Uriah Albright of the East End fell his gun discharged and most of the flesh on his left rm between tle wrist and the bow was torn off Fortunately the boys was not injured Interior J mrnal New telephone subscribers are being added to the list iu Mt Ver Brodheaed At Mt Venidn is G M Ballard residence 793 L W Betburum Bankd of Lunnt ber Co have ordered phones put in Jack Stokes and James Winst who attempted to start a roughhouse on the of the primary election were brought before Jud Adams Tuesday for trial Stokes plead guilty to drunkenness and was fined i and cost Winsteda trial for pullingand discharging his pistol on the streets is set for Monday The contest for the postoffice at Brodhead is warming up pretty lively Capt Evans the present postmaster dud by the way we will say is one of the best in the county is asking to be retained while Robert Hicks a son of Lark in Hicks is making a strong flight and is getting considerable encour agement DuranHrgone M He writes home that the m Southern climate is better to his disease and that he has im jroved every day since he has been in New Mexico being almost rid of chills He and his brother Wal ter are at the home of Mr and Its W H Williams former ockcastleians to whom be attn imProive ce saving home He speaks very suc1cSS BLURRED Pr T i1r Cliattbe SIGNAL oOTcc for Blank deeds lat hogs arc being delivered here at scents net NOTICE To the tax payers I centIpen1l leered T wish to also state thati after December 1St niv deputies will be instructed to make levies in every instance where taxes are not paid This is plain enough for everybody to understand H L TATE S R C A Thanksgiving story written by Miss Bessie Pointer age 15 was handed us yesterday hut owing to the length out wj too late fo publication It is a very credita ble article and shows great talent r the authoress Miss Poynterj writes poetry as well as prose hay ing won the CourierJournal prize ChristIunder 15 yearsiAt a meeting of the Executive Committee of the Kentucky Press teeurday it was decided to hold a midwinter meeting of the association at Louisville the first week in Jan uary The business meeting will be followed by a trip to Florida lasting ten days The committee is also ascertaining what rate canc bef secured to Cuba and if satisfac tory the trip will be extened toc that point J C Childress of Orlando IMrs of Dr W J Childress died Sunday morn ing of consumption after an illness of many months Mrs Childress was one of those noble Christian characters whose good influence will be greatly nissed otbn the home and community Funeral service were held M9ndayconI ducted by the Rev ViMHams after which the remains were laid to rest in the family burying groundIr clock for 600 tags taken from their plugs by users of their brand orf goods Dick Welsh is working hard to get the clock by Christmastime He has masticated 574 plugs and is working his chewing ma c1i neall da and far tiro the ni ht tesoff sleep and and put in full tim till Christmas andschaw up enough to enable him to get the prize clock- We will ask the teachers of the bIanswers to the following q r How Many uestiousIdent McKinley e during the war with Spain and when 2 What is the population of Port Arthur St Petersburg Tokyo 3 What is the audI lion of New York Berlin London and Chicago A list of those furnishing correct answers will be given in the SIGNAL in issue of December 2nd As is customary all over Elkdom the animal Memorial Day will be observed by the local lodge on Sun day December 4 The day of sor row is set apart in mentors oTall de parted brother Elks and is observed with appropriate exercises Charles J Bronston of HonI tifteedd orators will deliver the address The best talent here aud some from gedthe the part of the pro grame which will be an important feature Richmond Climax Many neglect to put a telephone iu the house which is a big mistalt It is coming on cold rainy muddy and dark nights you may need a doctor quick need aid because the house is afiire or burglars in it and a phone will come in handy We use it ten times where we expected to once Very fine to order groceries and sell produce over it when you can keep posted on the markets by spending two minutes If no main line comes near you put up atgd m Home oreCARD OF THANKS To my many friends and voters who assisted Uu placing my name before the people of Rockcastle county for the office of jailer I wish through the columns of the Signal to gtaiitudear nd sincere thanks and hope to be a to reciprocate your kindness making a capable and efficient officer With malice toward none and love for l1JI am sincerely yours L L jARRFTx u LIT K4t sro V C Miilltus is itL FH Frfllclc Teriu this Rccl IMrs Henry Browning returned Crab Orchard Born to Mrs Dee ondayINovember iSth an S Sheriff Robert McFerron was in Thursdayjis theguestof Dr and Mrs Cooper childrenIretnrned past week Flem Cttnniinsa fonii T resident of this glare Jrnppsd deadat Jellico last Sunday RichmrndrhYlerianlc1mrd11at ing Iris grandparents Mr and Mrs McFerron at Pine Hill There viJl he services ot the Christian church Saturday evening eveningJ exIInessee PintiCottongim and family at the Mill lins Hotel We 1theThe revivalat the new Baptist church still continues There has IChurchMesdames J F Cooper Tubbs Moore Shea little Ethel Hayes the Gilford children are still on the sick listHarry Bowman is imj proving Dr and Mrs W J Childress at tended the funeral of Drs mother rs J C Childress who died at Orlando Sunday morninf oi con sumption mejwhoMonday accompanied JJhttIe Miss Cora Wright Mr R C Morrison of Louis vine has been made assistant suj er jintendent of this division with headquarters al Livingston In nor Journal Mr Morrison a AeCOLLEGE NEWS LivingstoniHe who waits for Tuanksgiv ing day to be thankful will not be thankful when it comes What constitutes a good school was the subject of the chapel talk follolIprincipal mid pupils A good school depends upon Regular at tendance good teaching good steadfastflessthOlJ NOTICE ISaturdasell all niy stock and farming implements consistinf of 4 mules i twoIi mowing machine and rake i two horse wagon and harness r buggy imPlementsloostacks hay t stack oats straw taoo lbs hay in bale 100 shocks fodder 125 bushels seed oats some blue grass and timothy seed Terms All sums ots and un der cash in hand all sums over 5 bearing111terest and approved surety Sale will be on farm one mile south of Conway and three miles north of Wildie beginning promptly at 10 oclock November 23 1904 DR RH LEWIS nov 25 tf Wildie Ky For Sale I offer for sale priyately my Dwelling Lot Store House and stock of General MerchandiseG- ood Stand Good Improvements Conveniently Locaed Cash Bargain for sofas one tBig particulars address C L PRUITT Middleburg Ky AyHnKMYHHaviAlwaysiwckt Boars th t3fytnitpro ofe i zTlTL7TI1 k c I l f i 1 10 f FALL LINE x r r V Our line ofFalJand Winter fQt fl have vhet you want at prices tf not equaled bv any of our com V f bet t i tors V fh W COM E iu alltl let us show you what vehavo l O Our country friends fire cordial ly invited to j jmnke our store their loafing place when intawhether von wi =h to buy or not iHouk Adams i KC5vyf Phone No 75 MT VEttNON KY h iW c30 Oo+ r + r r i I h n Worlds Fair Short Line Southern Railway Shoitcat Fastest md Best to Worlds FairILook at the iIIArrive St L i456l 1111 Solid train of Pullman sleepers standard dining car and vestilniled coaches through from Lexington to St Louis without cll1nReIILve Lexington Louisville Arrives St Louis 732 n m Solid train of Pullm sleepers and Free Reclining Chair Cars through trom Lexingtsn to St Louis without charge HOUND TK1P EXCURSION RATES FROM LEX INGTOX 1665 Good returning until De cember 15 1904 l1355GOOd returning 60 days t24oGood returning 15 dajs Tickets will be on sale daily at above rates Ifinturning seven days T W CREWS T P AI89 K Main St C U HUNGERPORD D P Aj 234 Fourth aye Louisville Ky GD ALLEN A G P A St Lou- isCommissioners Sale ROCmSTLE CIRCUIT Pltff EquiIIBy virtue of a Judgment and Order of sale of the Kockcaatle Circuit Court Iaboveat the front door of the Court House in Mt Vernon Ky on Monday Nov 28 1904 between the hours of 1 and oclock p mal public auction to the highest bidder the following described real estate located in Rockcaatle county Kentucky and on the waters of Roundstone creek and bounded by the Conway lands the lands formerly owned by Joe McGlary John rime and Robt Lear and is the eamevlaml deeded to Julin A Rimel late Ji Lair by Literal Martin and aAIMartin and their wives which of record indeed book K page rkElrJofficcor less The purchaser wiiC be required to jive bond with approved surety pay able to myself for the purchase money and to have the force and effect of an execution and to bear 6 per cent from date of sale till paid Bidder a will be required to comply with these cqndir tions This N vlth 1904 M PENNINOTOlf R c c k Jt Go TotChas C Davis FOR llrgstore i Drugs taials Patents and Oils i ALSO mIToilet Articles Gallore PHONE 64Day or Night id CHAS C DAVIS Pharmacist MT VJ3RXOX 1r J l WILLIS GRIFFIN rPractical Undertlterand FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Ky Stock CompleteFINE HEAUSE tine noticeI have not got can get for you on fin citI by Promptly Filled ATTENTION UY BUYING YOUR DRUGS FROM CDR S C DAVIS You dont have to ray for a Inscription Extra pecial Attention to Cnildren The Purest and first Drugs only used in my ir1 1j WANTED =Industrious man orl permanent rep esnta rwomauas manufacturing company to look after its business in this county and adjoining territory Business successful and established Salary 2000 weekly aud expenses Salay paid weekly from home of fice Expense maney advanced Experience not essential Enclose selfaddressed envelope General Manager Como Block Chicago Ill Attached Can Metalic Caskets liav wire Practice KILLIH COUCH CURE TN LUNCS KingsNew I IFOR cONSUMPTION Price 1100 IFree Trial Surest and Quickest Curs for tall tTHROAT and LWtG TROY L1 or XONZT R4CZ 3 r r r r rx Jij A 11iv ryyr J j r Vtr J ThepHustling ashifl STOREY- of l i Le Only Place To Buy Your t If 1Ot0g I r6 t i SEE OUR LINNE OF fl t G deIJJBARWUNSBARGAINS1 00 i r Here is nrou can always tr Look for BARGAINS i LJ1ODAIISt- i t LIVIICSTONKY + r Oc bc l f 71 r A w fi1 I rEureaCoId in One Day m Take LaXative r romo QvJnine Tablets I lSeven Minion boxes sold in pest 12 months This signature s REST FOR Ti BOWELS thhoboI open and beweli Foree in the Iolent pbtjC or danuo1lA Th perfeetwaroteepirthe taCANDY t c iTIIfEAT EM LIKE CANDY KdGood rookli or T KEEP YCOR BLOODMBLEftH A HKAVY LOAD To lift that load off the stomacl take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It d jiests what you eat Sour stomach laicising gas on stomach and a disorders of the stomach that Ht curable are instanlj relieved and permanently cured hy tIll use o Kodol Dyspepsia Cure S P Storrs a druggist at 297 Mali St 4 New Britain Conn says Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is giving such uui v rsal i assfaction and is so surd becoming the positive relief ana jubsequ nt cure for this distressing iiiliiient I feel that I am alwaj14 sure to satisfy and gratify my toaiers by reconnnending it to them 1 Write this to show how well the remedy is spoken of here Kodol Dyspepsia Cure vyas discovered a ttr years of scientific and will positively cure all stomach troubles Sold by Mt Vern Drug Co IP E BfST MEDICINE ITFoWOMN If yen are nervous and tired out- continually you could leave noIdearer warning of the approach- of serious female trouble unbearament i ou need Wine of CarduiI Iwetturing pains of disordered men firuation bearing down pains g eucorrhoea cho and headache vicre drivinyou to the failing of Cardui E i line brought hundreds of thousands of women allliwillIring ou iua sill drive out S all tn o of weakness and banish Inervous rpelk hoadacho and back i vmploUlSfrOIn freroustfbublos tlwtwill he hard tWinejgmoneyMedicineContedicino will at youI IN fJi j f j CiRRUYiJ or Commissioners Sale ROCECASTLS CIRCUIT F Thoiiipsori guardian of Aha G Hasty Chas 11 Hasty and Grace May llaintifiivs Judgment Alza G Hasty Chas B Hasty Grace M Hasty and Logan Hasty Defendants Ily virtue of Judgment and Order reudIhe above case shall proceed to offer for stile at toe front door of the Kiitst in Mt Venion Ky to the highest odder at public auction Jlouday the SJi day of November 190 Iwing the irst slay of County Court Iwtween the hrmrs of t anti 4 oclock p in on a credit of six mouths bearing 6 per cent interest from the date of sale until paid hrafift 25 undivided interest in the follosrin lescribed land towit Located in Rockcastlc county Ky on he waters of Brush Cretland bounds is follows Beginning at the old Hiulg us line on a white oak near the Bull Pen ranch Joe Browns line thence wit lis line to a poplar thence ivith the same iliu awhite oak Joe Brown and J L 1liish s corner thence with said line to an elm white oak and maple said Has ts Malvina Hix and J L Hastys cor ner thnee with the Malvina Hix line a white oak on north bank of Bats Creek R H Brown and Malviua Hie corner ticncc with R H lirowns to uhorn beau and buckeye said R HIBrowns corner thenec with his line lie branch to the road to a white oak fence with the road to a ford of Bull Pen branch W H Brown Win Hurst andI3 H Browns corner thence with branch to beginning corner containing J50i1creoImust execute wad with approved surd ajudgnmcntpromptly with these tenus ontit P15SXIXGTOX il CR C C A GOOD COMPLEXION Sparkling eyes and rosy cheeks restored by using DeWitts IJttlr Early Risers so writes S P Moore of Nacogdoches Tex A certain cure for billiousness con 101ITime Missouri State building at the WoIds Fair grounds was destroyed by fire Saturday the fire resulting from the xplosion of basemeniti cost 140000 and the furnishings were valued at 75 ooo IWHEN YOU HAVE A BAD COLD You want a remedy that will not only give juick relief but effect a permanent cure You want a remedy that will r here the lungs and keep expectoration easy You want a remedy that tvi llof counteract any tendency toward pneumoniaYou a remedy that is pleas ant and safe to take RemedyIfor a speedy and permanent cure of bad colds stands without a peer For sale by Chas C Davis dru g gisf 11In =GET IN A- HURRY LAST CHANCE TO ST LOUIS The great st fair in the worlds his oftmv is drawing to a close arid if yoi neced hn1t better niiilce up cone mind quickly at rOt1rom an educational standpoint one can afford to miss the Worlds ftifir at St Louis and only a shor fine remaiiiM in which to see it ym eau see it for half what it cost a month ago Everything on Pilu ivducud to about half price Hole t ind lodjiin s offer cheaiwr rates Yoii got triggbe attractions are offered the last week 1CET YOUR TICKET OVER The Henderson flouts 1iTIIF ONLY LINE THAT OFFERS FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARSON ALL ST LOUIS TRAINS DINING CARS CHAIR CRRSfi PARLORPULLMAN SLEEPING CARS Our reputation for the finest equip main the safest schepules slid fer be beerIyouitiekctaL J IRWIN Cen Passngr Agt- Loultovlllo y DISASTROUS WRECK Carelessness is responsible for many a railway wreck and the samt causes arc making human wrecks of sufferers from throat and lung 01jeenj utniarn New Discovery This great re E e dy is guaranteed for all throat a lung diseases by all druggists bottlte Mayor Dulin of Noblesvillej Indba issued an order that if plrticCIble to the gambling law Prince Fushimi visited the tomb Vernonea placeda wreath upon it He also planted a tree on the old estate the first President THOUSANDS CURED DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve has cured thousands of cases of 11 bought a box of DeWitts WitchI recommendaItioDof H EaCroix of Zavalla Tex and iItby Mt Vernon AruCo c RICHEST PlOPLE IN HE WORLD The first impression obtained from sstudyof the wealthy is that the richest of them have founded and built up their own fortunes They were pioneers turning into riches what leore was untilled Accordingto James Burnley the English author the individuals en dowed with the greatest possessions listIeelas follows giving also their uurccol ucauh tacir humus aud the amount of their fortunes Alfred Belt diamonds London 1500000000 IJ B Robinson gold and dia monds London 400000000 J D Rockefeller oil New York 250000000 W W Astor land London 20000000 Prince Demtdoff land St Pe tersburg 200000060 Andrew Carnegie steel New Yx rk 125000000 111 Vanderbilr railroads New York 100000000 William Rockefeller oil New York 100000000 J Astor land New York75 000000 Lord Rothschild money lending 75000000tWcstministeraland London 75000000 J Pierpoint Morgin banking New York 75000000 Lord Iveagu beer Doublir Ira ousino mines and railroads Chili 70000000 M Heinke silc Pans 5 0000 ooo Baron Alphoise Rothschild money lending P ris 7 oooooo Baron Nathaniel Roth cmrld money lending Vienna 70000 000Archduke Fredric of Austria laud Vienna 70000000 George J Gould railroads New York 17000000 Mrs Hetty Green banking New York 50000 000 jetit50oo ol ooooooon Duke of Devonshire tnd Lon Harry 0 Havemever New Ydr14 5ooaooocx John Smith mines Mexico 45 000000 Claus Spree le sumr Saw Francisco 40000000 Archbishop Conn land Vienna 40000000 Russell Sage m ney lending New York 25000000 Sir Thomas Lipton groceries London 25010000 Belt Robinson and Rockefeller it may thus be seen have aromass ed greater riches in their chosen elds than those born to great es tales and reared with the sole view to increasing them They have out stripped tlu heads of such houses as the Rothschilds the Astors the Vanderbilts and tht titled mon of wealth of England with their ancestral square miles of land No POISON IN CHAMBERLAINS COUCH REVIIIYsFrom Napier New Zealand Her aId Two years ago the Pharmacy Board of New South Wales Aus trails had an analysis male of alii tht cough medicines that were in that market Out of the entire list they found only oue that they declared was entirely free froniI all poisons This exception wasI Chamberlains Cough Remedy made by the Chamberlain Medi vine Company Des koines Iowa SA The absence of all nar comics make this remedy the safes- and best that can be had and it is with a feeling of security that any mother can it to her little ones ndChamberlains Cough Remedy i specially recommended by itsI makers for coughs colds croup f and whooping cough When taken in time it prevents pneumonia This remedy is for sale by Chas C Davi the druggist The Keystone of Coo Health is pure food Lion Coffee is tH coffeen6 glazing of eggs or glue to conceal de f qualityFreshin flavor because always in ttbulk c4ac t T r i AVegetabiee lyrepcrationforAs silnilaling cheFoadandllegtda ling theStolaaclis andBoltels of Promotes igeslioBClscrfu4 rIri1AbiSnuur rra mJ6JrtWfuJ thordranfimrr ecl Remedy ormsConvulsiotuFevertshJ oriNEW YORK OF WRAErb For Infants Children r The Kind You Nave Bears of = F jJ THE OF jftT MT VERNON KY OPENED I900J arszerc r CAPITAL STOCK 1f C rcti f t IA v L RICHAxDS CASHIEr FUR MS ASS DIRECTORS C C WiHnn Ovo jrem A T FrIH Martin Rod Perry I E Houk Je snl cit accounts o linn and individuals dniu arts ii is given lertions entrusted o us Otir friend and patron are invited o call wVn in own 1hnn Nn 1 1 1j FACTOBY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS f Its not sgnt that t 2 most successful shots shoot WinO actcry Loaded Shells Its the re suits Its their entire reliability even ness cis and tiniforni shooting Winchester dSi Lea d wells loaded with powder w J are cheap in price but not in quality Winchester New Rival black powder shells are the favorite black powder load on the market on account of If their shooting and reloading qualties Try either of these brands and youll be well pleased They are j THE THE CHAMPIONS SHOOT Commissioners Sale R03KCASTLE CIRCUIT Wm Ioyiiter Mary E Wood Juo Pojnter D C Poynter Nancy A Mc Kinney Ida McKinney and iScott vs Plain tiffIIAga Povnter er and Aggie Poynter Defendants By virtue of a Judgment and Order of ale of the Roc castl2 Circuit Court at its September Term 1904 I will proceed to offer for sale at public auction to the high- ate bidder on a credit of six months wit interest at 6 per cent from date of sale until paid on Monday November aSth dtgoa it being first dayof Count Court between the hours oft and 4 oclockp in the following described tract of landf towitILocated in Rockcastle county Ky r Ii the waters of Brush Creek and is bound ed on the north hy the lands of vmI Cummins on the east h the lands of Jno T Hurst on thesout by thelanc of widow Laws and on the west by the coatainintits acres place where Vincent Poynter diedamll30 acres owned hy Mart descended to Vincent Poynter on the The be to IIrcechase price Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms M PENNINGTON C R C C Commissioners Sale ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT D j Bethuram Phi HmlgiiI t By virtue ofa Judgment and Ordcrof CourtI1904 thereof in above styled action 1904 being the first rlayaE County Court between the hours of timid 4 oclock jJm to highest bidder at public auction on acreditoi ice sith Interest at 6 per cent fro rub tofsale until paid the TOllOTring d t torit CASTORIA and Always the Ag1 SignatureII htXUse OverI RIAm BJDffi VERNON 11 1fJZMlXtt 7l o llRepeater SHELLS Poynters IIin Bought A tract ofland i i Rockcastle count Ky on the waters of Skeggs Creek and hounded as follows On the north by lands of John Fletcher on the cast by theI 1lands of John Marler and B J ion the south by the lands of T M 1a r Rennere63 acres Out of Getboundary just described is excluded the same Iwlongs to said Cox and is shown in boundary coalI must urety hav jtullmteItto comp promptly with these terms M PKNNINGTON M CRCC Commissioners Sale ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT I L Thompson guardian of Cecil Houk Plaintiff isvs Judgment Kxparte Proceedings Defendant B virtue of and Order of sale rendsereal therein at September Term 1904 thereof in the clime styled action I shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the Court house in Mt Vernon Ky eriW being the first day of County Court betwcj tirhighestbidder on a credit of vie non thethe tearing 6 per cent interest from date of sale until paid following described property tcwit A t arto Land located in Rockeast- coasit K on the waters of Negro Creek and bounded as follows On the north by the lands of Lucy Newcomb on the east bjthe lands of Campbell foul onitlKirsonth by the lands of Campbell ofIAliceBethor For the purchase price the pure must execute bond with approved t e and the force and effect of a jud be prepared to com ImentBidderswill terms M CR C C EACOLD IN ifake LAXATINE BKOMO QUI NINE Tablets All druggists refund the money if it faits to cure E W proves signature is on each box S V C illianfc4 A11 k hYATLA V MT VtR ON KY J6Y Oi Irlt k01121c flOr t i TlitliaLkoI Alt Vtriioi cAl LuJC- 115t1Cttpo atttDiion givti So IM L MYEIS f UentistI CldII73 Will be in office at BRODHEAD every MONDAY noon till Tuesday noon lic McCLARY Undertaker Embalmer Complete IIHobesOrders by Telephone attended promptly Stanford Kv The VERANDA HOTEL JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR Stanford Ivy Specially eqnpi d fur tntvelini men Suwp1 Bath rooms let RATES 200 ter da IrMOM i MAI ttt Brodbead Kt Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones ALL WORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVEN Miller House HUGH MILLER PRoPkIET- ORHeacTyucIrter for Commercial Men tor Porter atall trains ij MT VERNON DIRECTORY COURT CALENDAR COUNTY CURT Fourth Aon day in each month- QUARTERLY COURT Fiist Monday in each month CIRCUIT COUHT Second Mon day in February Fourth Monday SeptemperMT VERNON CLICK COURT Third Monday in each mcntb CHURCHES Services it the ohrotiuu Church Preach ing lett 3rl Sumlajsat II a m and at 7S p Snmlaj chooS 930 a m ev PraysSleetinghrery7huraday73UpmeriThe all services the4thBaptist Church Services on the Third iaturduy night and Sunday Sunday PrayerIoPting MASONIClyr rnerK nd Mon day da m No14u11EESy at 2 ci MACCABEES KO T TEXT No meets every nda 3rd Monday at 730 p in JAS EIIOUK Corn OELVs C DA VIS Indigestion Causes ICatarrh of the thatlland 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 ing the glands to secrete mucin Instead of juices of natural digestion This ia called Catarrh of the Stomach Kodol Dyspepsia Cure mncoualenerves and cures bad breath sour risings csUoadyspepsia EatMakesire St 00 2H ttee the for 50 cents Prepared by ECDwnTCOChkA20IU- Chamberlains Colic Cholera and thetythebcomplaint and is the only remedy that will cure chronic diarrhoea Every bottle is CQThe Rev J R Rice of Grand River College Mo has accepted the presidency of the Baptist college gt Bart ourvjlle Ky