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NEWS ITEMS The Trans-MKsittiip- pi BRODHEAD LEVEL GREEN Cool nights, warm clays and dry Miss Uettie Wilmott began lier Congiess. weather, makes up about all the is in session at Cripple Creek, Col. 'school on Copper creek, last Mn OPENED 1900. time we have in this part of the Frank Wenncrliolin was electro- day. world. Farmers are through work Mr. J. W.Tate and wife attended cuted in the prison at Auburn, N. generally and are prayiug for rain. CAPITAL STOCK, 15;00&. the Preacher&ville Camp meeting Y. ' It is nigh on to four weeks since Four hundred freight handlers at Sunday. Now, there is some-thi- n it rained. 3. H. MARTIN, Pres A. E. EWERS, Vice-PreAunt Susan Vanllook, who has PoTt Cosm, Cal., went out on a in this rain bizness that puzW. L. RICHARDS, Cashier, A. B. FURNISH, Asst. Cash. been very ill for some time, is still zles me and 'causes az much argi-mestrike. DIRECTORS. J. T. Adams, Jonas 'McKenzie, Fiitz Krneger, The drouth has been broken in very poorly. among tne pepil az polly tix Geo. Livesay, Rod Perry, Vincent Boeing, A. T. Fish. Mr. W. G. TharpJ who has been or religion. One querry iz; does i Eastern Nebraska and Western We solicit accounts of firms and individuals. Careml atten sick for a few days, is convalescent the Lord manufacture and send the Iowa. tion is given collections entrusted to us. rain diiect? Auother iz; will pray- ThcL. &N. shows a coin of. at this time Our friends and patrons are. invited to call when in town. Rev. Pike weut to Buckeye I in for rain brins it? $57,660 the first half of its fiscal iV church last Saturday, ieturning These are too bird for me to year. make out, for the Lord said: "I There'' was a big attendance at home Monday. Dr. I. S. Burdett is doing a fine j will send my rain on the just and the Good Roads convention at ' eye practice now, and is having) unjust." That he sends it, we will Owensboro. i admit, but docs he do this in a A convention of negro bankers plenty of patients. i. .i:.i r- - i.m::i. Capita! Stock, 5100,000. Surplus, $180,40.76 .y-- u, Mr. F. L. Thompson, of Mr. pPec11" way as, uc uu iui was called to meet in Buffalo in general way by Vernon, was with our merchants or is it done in a September. the workings of the ordinary laws A woman attemped to assassinate talking sugar Tuesday. J W. Haydon, W. P. Walton, J. II. Collier, M. D. Elmore of nature, like cold and heat, winM, Uouden, Minister of Public A number of our citizins weut O. Hied, T. P. Hill, S. II. Baughman, W. A. Tribblo, ter and summer, day and night, Works of France. to the sale of Mr. Green Sutton, clouds and sunshine and much else M. .F. Miller and S. T., Harris. A' copy oi ihc first folio edition deceased, yesterday. which we all admit to be general, We solicit the accounts of the citizens of Rockcastle and adjoining of Shakespeare, printed in 1628, Mr. James Houk, of the firm ot and not special? counties assuring them prompt and careful attention to all busisold in London for ,1,720. In the matter of prayer for rain, Ilouk & Adams, of Mt. Vernon, ness intrusted to us. Personal application and correspondFifteen hundred miners went on was in our town Monday. I can not, neither will I, say that ence, with a view to business relations, invited. Pa., bea strike at Wilke.-barrc- , unnecessary for uua uctii it is absolutely iurs. is.. 1 jtikv:, wuu JNO. J. McROBERTS, Cashier. J S. HOCKER, Pres., cause of a reduction in wages. d women to pray for it, b very sick'for a few weeks, is not jlc A. A. McKINNEY. Ass't Cashier. cause the scriptures teach us that, J. J. Maloney was released from much better at this writing. CONWAY the effectual fervent prayer of a jail on his promise to pay promptMf. Willie Mulliud, of Livings- righteous man availeth much. I ly hereafter $25 per month alimony. Mrs. M. H. Jordon has been very ton, was visititig Rev. A. J. Pike's believe also that our Heavenly The packing plant of David Dold family, ill for a few days past. the first part of the week. Father put a powerful machine in & Sons, at Wichita, Kan., was Jesse Dykes was in Richmond Mrs. Cromer, of Mt. Vernon, operation, (one which He made destroyed hy'fire. J.oss$ 1,000,000. last week, on business. county complete and entire, lacking nothThe Mrikeofyoo stationary fire- the lady who is keeping the J. H. Sigman was in Berea last poor house, was in our towu this ing) on the day Adam was born, men in the Wilkesbarrc, Pa., diswe believe that it has run ever Saturday, on business. and trict threw over 40,000 men out of week. ..'4-to do so in James Hardin, of Climax, was Mr. Alex Tyree, our euergetic since and will continue work. Mr. order, and in strict obedience to here first of week, on business. . As a result of the dry weather, 'carpenter, is about to finish up His command, that was given,! .jmhoin0j, fTnylor and JofPIIarri- veeetables in Chicago are soaring"1 C.'llfFrith's new house,on iMain when the great engine started, the son yas llere from Berea, last Mon to prices beydnd the(icach of poorj street WMP machine and will never halt, un- day-,wff people. Rev. Holtzclaw and wife, who der repair, neeo. more fuel or oil Thje big Democrats and their Gov. Beckham has selected have been visiting relatives and until its labors are over. Kept iu Stock. Oruers by Mail, 'Telegraph or Telephone mother at this place, seem to be Owensboro as the place for hold- friends in Lincoln county, returnWhile I believe this way, yet I Promptly filled. rapidly. improving ing the militia camp, beginning ed home Monday. catch myself ever now and then Sim Saylor started to Bell counAugust 3. Mr. David Harrison's little chihl saying; "Good Lord send us a rain a few days XS3HIOT39Sffi3ESrtl!OTiTU2CrnCTEI Rain fell over an area of eighty died last Monday night, and was for we surely, surely need it," but ty last Sunday, to spend miles around Kansas City, but the buried .at the Christian church, I have never broat the moisture. with relatives. GO TO- M. L. Kelton has been clerking general crop situation in Kansas is Tuesday afternoon. Theu I think; "well, I am perhaps, not improved. good, for we know God hearelh in Jessee Dykes store, since his reMessrs. Frith & Dunn sold to not turn from the South. The ministers of Denver are Houk & Adams, of Mt. Vernou, not stutters,! says "the One of myuabors We regret to understand that considering the advisability of or- one hundred barrels of corn deKY. ganizing a vigilance committee to livered on the cars for $2 50 per Lord directly sends every shower," Jones Fish has withdrawn from the I asked him why I and my many race for County Judge. thug rule. overthrow barrel. for Everything in nabors got a good shower on a cerThe common school commenced The Cleveland City Board of Mr. and Mrs. J. Thomas Cherry tain day and Bill Doane and others at this place last Monday, with D y Goo'dsj Clothing, Boots and Shoos, ana Genercil Equalization raised the valuation went to Preachersville last Sunday, Merchandiseof Hanna's street railway from to attend the Camp meeting at that near him got none, and they only Miss Martha Bales as principal. live a short distance from me aud at There was a good attendance $595,000 to $6,000,000. place, which closed out last Sun are as good by nature, aud perhaps, BHST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES. Fairview church last Sunday. The Bryan Jones were fatal day night. Ray and better by practice; and their cere- Rev. Dan Phelps occupied the pul ly burned at Grand Ripple, a subMr. Vail Freeman and R. P. als aud vegetables need rain as pit. urb of Indianapolis, while trying Pike have put up a lunch and meat much as ours" "well,' he said, Tones and Dr. Lewis, of W to start a fire with coal oil. stand at the A. Butuer old stand. "I dont know well neither do I, Wildie, passed through here last Despite the objections of the They will keep ice, fresh meats, but one thing I do know; we need week with a nice wagon load of labor unions, Andrew Carnegie's rain and need it badly too. serve lunch &c. and FUNERAL DIRECTOR. hogs en route to Berea, where they offer of $750,000 for a library at It seems that most of ourschools sold them. Mt. Vernon, Ivy. Mrs. Henry Tharp and little girl, San Francisco was accepted. began Monday, Sam Brown, Pearl visiting Messrs. JefFand Charlie Hardin, Robbers held a crowd of citizens of Loretta, who have been 'a Cass and other relatives Mullins, Sally Brown, Vira DeBord, Irvine, Geotge, Johnnie aud Isaac at bay at Alexandria rwhile they Mrs. J. R. went to Wade Brown, J. B. Cummins, Joe Hardin, of Ford, were here last attempted to rifle the strong box at this place for a week, Biown, D. R. Gentry, May Btown. week. to attend the trial of Bounce m a bank, A posse is in pursuit. Mt. Vernon Tuesday,. P. H. Shults, J. N. Brown aud Hardin, their brother. Mrs. E. K. Pike and her three Negotiations are under way caxs-teKaii&iD. G. Bullock, begau them and all children are visiting relatives and these, except two, live in less than It is thought that our friend, mM which may lead to a compromise between the suburban electric road friends in Brodhead. and will re a radius of one mile of this place; J. W. Lambert, will at an early FINE HEARSE Attached, Cafi Anchorage main with friends and relatives in and they only 2 miles awav, and f date, lake to his home the beautiful and the contesting ittrnish Mctsilic Caskets and have Simeon Saylor, to Embalming done on short notice. this county, two or three weeks. property owners. omitted A. T. Cress, who lives daughter of happiness of The State Election Commission Come and see me, anything I have not got can get for you on first Mr. Isaac Wallin, of Brodhead, near by and teaches at Rock share with him the We wish them much traiu that leave the city. this wot Id. called to meet at Frankfort and Miss Rossie Renner, of the Spring. was We also have other ' July 29 for the purpose of organiz- South end of this county, were mar- teachers unemployed. This speaks success. by wire Promptly Filled, ing. Allen Smith, of Louisville, is ried at Jersey Reynolds in Brod- very well for Possom Holler. Our Cuts and bruises are healed by Mr. Jessey Sunday School and Bible readings tipped for Secretary. head, last Tuesday. Chamberlain's Pain Balm in about At Trenton, N. J., administrators Revnolds married Miss Rentier's at the Christian church, has been one third the time any other treatof the estate of the late millionaire sister and Miss Rossie ivas visiting injured to some extent by the ment would require because of its tprwsriaicjEsaTrcs aura Jacob S. Rogers were appointed to her, and Mr. Wallin won her hand emigration of so many teachers, antiseptic ijualities which cause the serve pending a decision on the in matrimony aud the two were yet it will live, maturation. paitslo heal without rKwMwTOmffixnr?PiPTCirJ2.,,a?raB''ga made one. probation of the will. R. L. Brown, who has been temFor sale by Theo Wesley Druggist who has porarily located at Somersett for a Misss Susie Hilton, The following shows the number of schoolchildren in the counties been spending a couple of weeks time, is spending a few days with "'A)U' lUKtAKiW wv.. g SO named and the amount that will be with friends and relatives in Gar- his parents. He talks of making in public schools rard couuly, returned home last the race for County Attorney or baby strong and expended on them to make your . (f DRUGS. well. A fifty cent bottle of this schoolastic year: a Anderson, Monday and reported a fine time County Judge of this county. We have but one thing to boast EgradsiojB 3,353, $S,382.50; Boyle, 4,295, and looking much refreshed, aud Casey, 5,34s, $13,- - as hannv as could be. Miss Susie of now and that is blackberries $10,737.50; will change a sickly baby to is one of Brodhead's oest girls and we just have pecks, bushels, barrels. uarraru, 3,977, ?9,943-5- ; ; fi ntnmn. romfiinS Child. John, whose surname iz Dick, Hnlv one cent a day, think Jessamine, 4,120, $20,300; Lincoln, some gentleman would do vell if Oils, cream. nice for a wife, but snaked out his corn ngtn; Nothof It. Its as nampte. as try it. $14,827.50; Mercer, 4,704, he could win her 5,931, nnd send for o free . SCOTT & BOWNE, ChemWj, $11,760; 'Pulaski, M,i8o, $27,950; we are not authorized to say that ing unusual found at this snaking hevt orii. Pearl Street. $10,882.50; she is, on the market, and we do uot except the large nutuoe,rof skeleRockcastle, au j..i jot. 4353. PRESCRIPTIONS CARKKULLY COMPOUNDKD.-- v know ilmt .sbd would many at all. tons as-- a refult of the first engageWayne, 5,570. $i3.93750. -- ''', nt . He says he's heard of ment. Sahaia Desert, the Valley of Death, the land round the Dead Sea. H-- l's Half Acre, and various other parts of earth, but that none will compare favorably, in many respects, with his acre and a quarter; and that his mind had become somewhat tangled or he'd never so over crapped hizself. For the last month nearly 20 wagons have been daily running staves thid road, handling and cedar posts, but the work is nearly over now. Sam Vanllook had a mule killed by his teamster. Some others lost horses in the hot weather. A lot of petty thievery stealing chickens, turkeys, milk, butter,- plows, hoes, &c &c., has been going on here and hereabouts for some time, which must stop or prosecutions will be instituted. Ijfv this iz the last call Squire Braiinaman Esquire, you have enough, and eggs or chickens must come, or I'll tell you know that, I know that you Well, voted for Beckham and something send in those fowls or that will produce them. Respectfully, ' Buck VaknonV tan-bark, THE BANK OF MT. VERNON, KT. VERNON, KY- - s. -- - in OdllR OP STANFORD, KY. DIRECTORS: DANNIE OWENS UNDERTA KER fr J JH -- fc',j 4 Caskets, Coffins, Robes Et' BRODHEAD, KENTUCKY -- JONAS MCKENZIE Ml. VERNON, WILLIS GRIFFIN Practical Undertker i- t Stock Complete ORDERS THE PEOPLE'S DRUGSTORE!! 'Only .." Cents DAVIS & CO. PATENT MEDICINES, 1 1 Scott's Perfumes, Stationery, 357-5o- Cigars, Tobacco, Paints, 409-41- 5 TOILET ARTICLES,1 tjasr "t llfrllLM M" k "E2 -- V JEJfc W JIUJ33 's. Ln.yioriiL'gjg CXZmjJ LUUU IIJ .'JJ.Ig.T.'JAJlVIUIJl gwujt-uujjvi- j n'j iimijiiii.uiii-iw-'Kiniiittjii- i 11 urn mm 1 in- - iihiiii , bridge and good road man. A Lund, Stock and Crop PINE HILL gentleman in whom there is no 0 guile and whose court record is as Wantkd. I want about a dozen The heat stems to have spent its Friday, July 19, 1901. spotless as the driven snow. Iti noises or cattle or both to pasture, force, altho, Sols rays are still arfact, he, of all men, is the one that on extra good grass. dently shining. 0"r peaceful vilPublished every Friday by should be made a member of the J. H. Ai.bkioht, lage was thrown into a state of uu- court to take charge of our fiscal July. EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. Brodhead, Ky. affairs because of the aforesaid usjual excitement Saturday evening, W. M. Robb bought Saturday a stTmscription onk ykak $1.00 qualifications and the fact of his couple of car loads of lsmbs for im- too much fire water in circulation cattle on a thousand hills and the Advertising rales made known on vast amount or his landed posses- mediate delivery at 4 and 4jcts. Candidates as you hope for mercy The Kind Yo;i Ilavo Always Bought, antl Tvliicli lias becu. with a few prime lambs at 5 cts. (and election; send no moie such application sions. Elect Steve by all means in tis for over 30 years, lias borno tlio slsniatnro of showing more beverages among our Ky. braves. and a bow of promise will span Late lambs are and lias been marto under his pcr- quality than those earlier iu the supervision slneo its infancy. ANNOUNCEMENTS this county from Boone's Gap to The school in our district begins Allow no ono to dccclvo yon in tills. "from season. the mouth of Eagle Creek; Monday next, just think of the inavo but All Counterfeits, Imitations nnd " Carlisle Court. A very small justice and cruelty We nre nntliorizcd to niinoiinci- Redd Hill to Bee Lick and the to our bright Experiment! that triflo with and endanger the health of Chesley Payne, angel of hope will becken our peo- crowd in town. The market on little boys and girls, cooped up in Infants and ChildrcirIixpcrienco against Experiment. as a pamliilntp for Miigittrate in the .Second ple to a new era of prestige and all kinds of stock, excepting hogs, a hot school room, with themoniet-e- r district, Milijpot to tlie action of the Repubpower, and to the paradise of per- was extremely dull. No good catlican jiartr. roaring round about in the 90s, tle offered. About 150 head of teacher has the advantage -- y manent peace and prosperity. of movlow grade cattle on the market, but ing around, cultured Castorfa is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, PareA nkw horse has shied his caster Kentucky Hon. G. G Gilbert says, that he few of them sold, prices obtained goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant Ifc A new into the political field. should look better after her childcontain:: neither Opium, riorphino nor other Narcotic deck has been put in the game and will not only be a candidated to were very unsatisfactory to sellers. ren. substance. Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms Fish succed himself in congress but will One lot of scrub heifers sold for a new deal has been made. and allays Feverishncss. It cures Diarrhoea and 'Wind Your humble correspondent and is off and Lewis is on; and this step make an active campaign for the 816.55, the best sale of the day. Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation sister, in company with Mr. and nomination. Tevis Cobb would Calves brought from 10 to $13. and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho Tomorrow brings on more talk. just about fill a seat in congress. A few dry cows sold at $15 to $28. Mrs. Stucky, of Livingston, had Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. is "put up" day and several of the Tho Children's Panacea Tito Mother's Friend. Dick Miller would'nt be any slouch The usual number of plug horses the honor to be one of the favored boys whose purses are weak and wind even weaker, will stop before himself. Harve Helm would be were on the streets, but few chang- seven hundred, Kentuckians at the GENUINE ALWAYS Car- ed jockies, Carlisle Mercury. Twentieth Century C. E. Conventhey start. After tomorrow we can good timber, and Lieut.-Goter deems himself destined that way. begin to tell as the candidates will Bears the Signaturo of The charbon epidemic in Missis tion, who standing sang Kentucky bunch and there will be mure talk Thk Louisville Post has suffered sippi has advanced the price ot State Endeavor song to tune, "My of the winner in each race. There another defeat when it let judge- mules in the Memphis, Tenn., Old Kentucky Home" at the close of this the Chairman stepped is no music so sweet to the ear of ment go at Glagow, for libel. A market. Good stock is now bringto announce our C. E. plan our citizens as the music of politics. paper should be careful what it ing from $150 to $225 head. It is is nothing that kindles the publishes and be able to substanti- possible that the price will pass this of action for next two years. There zeal of a modern patriot to a while ate what it says, but now and then mark within the next few days. "We propose to take Kcutucky for heat than the prospects of an office; it can not be done and trouble fol- The heavy buyers at this time are Christ" begining with Pity at tliere is nothing that cools it off so lows. This papers has said some the levee contractors and the Missip-p- i Home, "Could anything be better? 8n Use For Over Years. quickly as the fading out of that pretty hard things in its dav THC CCNTAUn COMPANY, TT planters who have lost their When it was announced that KenTflttT, NtW YORK CITY. but prospect. The guns of political bat- she had the proof to back her up. heavy mules as a result of the pre- tucky lead the C. E. world in pris-owork-sh- e was "cheered to the tle' have begun. The primary is vailing disease. Many of the conoivand the artillary has been put W. P. Wavtox, of the Harrods-bur- g tractors have lost their stoi.k and Echo," and all were admonished to in line. The horses and riders are Democrat announces his can- as they are under contract to com- "go and do likewise." Alas! that suffering under the burning rays of didacy for Railroad Commissioner. plete a certain amount of work in a we have to much such work to do. 'tlie summer sun; the family is be- He should have the nomination stipulated period they or forced to Endeavors let us 'help break the ing neglected and the weeds are without opposition on account of pay almost aud price. Then there chains, that bind these prisoners lt..--..-v- i i Tm. .MM.s .. fast taking the corn; the oats and his superb fitness for the place. is a great amount of railroad work before they are placed behind the Vnn Iiuvt, ttf frairJe.'Jferu-l- r haim livu klulllJ..,i.'jFrrt u wlieat need attention but we want He is a man of fine business talent going on iu Arkansas and Mississip bars. This be our watchword for :,?tss a day to Texas, on the';! an office and we must get it by the and would make an excellent com- pi, all of which makes the demand Rockcastle, Prevention. on tne Memphis mule market Cotton Belt Roiitei 15th of August. Mr. Lewis will missioner. greater than usual. Nashville ' have to get in the field and shake Many thousands have been reOne leaves Memphis at 8.co a.' Tub ministers of the Baptist Banner. the bushes. Wake up Mr.' Hamstored to health and happiness by me umci ai u.u u. in. j rains irom aiL.vjv Houk & Adams bought of Frith mond! Turn your oratory loose Church passed a resolution iu conDrinciDal Doints rearh Momnhic m'nVn.-n-i f the use of Chamberlain's Cough -- & Dunn a carload of corn at $2.50 , '..nivi speaker Bentley aud cross swords vention at Paducah, that they Remedy. If afflicted with any on the car. !B4.',evening in P,entv of time t0 connectwitH.? with Judge Gibson. Dickerson would not officiate at the marriage 'ft;M''u--- A i .:.. throat or lung truble, give it a trial , may be a little weak now but on of divorced persons, unless the The Paris Kentuckian reports for it is certain to prove beneficial. Cotton Bell trilns cirty Pullnun Sleepers at election day he will be a "hoss." ground of the complainant against sales of 98 export cattle at $5.40.... Coughs tiljht, filler CjIc Cars during tht nd Free that have resisted all other &,: i i 'ti Vrr.'.V'A. the former companion was adultery. John Wood bought 500 lambs-last ChJr Cr j both diy and night. Writs am tell for congeniality and handshaking ' treatment for years, have yielded u where you are golnj and wfien you will from 4 to 4 week at cents will tell. Honor your partner, Mr. 'Y(ttMB I in, lid WI WW ta JfW inc uki cm: -M.. Hon. W. J. Bryan comments at T. B. Gentry made an average ot to this remedy aud perfect health UV lPn&r tlfk.r an1 n w. . r... .... J Swing dem co'nahs, Mr. length on Tate! the Irtp. We vM also tend you an Inte'estirg little jfgjs:! the Ohio Democratic con- 18 bushels of wtfeat on 88 acres.... been restored. Cases that seemed Griffin! While Lee has the great )"",.'A.J., ' bosk, "A Trio ta Texas." jrv vention and criticises that body for John Webb sold a bunch ot butch hoepless, that the climate of famous !.?.!i s. misfortune of being a little crip- making him wt"v ,.ir- vf. t WMTT.i T. P A.. GacfcsslL 0:.! Health resorts iailed to benefit an issue. He says er cattle to Jesse Lynn at from 2 to 'M!:.?3 will prove a swift goer. pled, he E.W. tiBEAllME.'.G. P.aniT.A, StlouJj, H that he is not a candidate for anv 5 cents A. A. Wayne has sold have been permanently cured by He "is not only a good roadster but office. its use. Bear iu mind that every 700 bushels of wheat to Anderson also a fast racer. George Griffin bottle is warranted and if it does & Spillmau at 57 cents Bud has tried his wind before and like Davis, of Perryvile. has sold his not prove beneficial the money will Nancy Hanks, he will get better as I crop of 500 bushels of wheat to be refunded to you. For sale by he faces the grand staud on the IlKARTHURN. What the Robinson Thermal Por Infants and Children. Lapsiey Ewiug, of Parksville, at Theo Wesley Druggist. hotiie run. The old war veteran When the quantity of food taken Bath Cabinet Will Do. The Kind You Have Always Bought 55 cents Alex A. Tohnson, who has started the ball in the race for is too large or the qunlity too rich, lives near Parksville, says wheat is lb- clerk. Harry Blazer has left the Bears the Hj heartburn is likely to follow, and averaging about nine bushels on ridge and started for tht low lauds Signaturo of especially so if the digestion has land which averaged 18 last year. of victory, while Bogue Phillips been weakened bv enn sit tint inn Joe ware s crop ot 120 acres travels swiftly from voter to voter ( ftp POLITICS and POLITICIANS Kat slowly and not too freely of vjH this illusof wheat averaged 20 bushels to the trate your with tue enthusiasm ot a winner. easily digested food. Masticate the acre, and 60 acres on W. F. Brother Lamb did not show up like A meeting of the Goebel Reward Jiood thoroughly. Let six hours farm averaged 26 bushels. in the committee Commission will be held in Franka elapse between intals and when J. T. Stewart bought iu the And are meeting when all of us made fort July 24. you feel a fullness and weight iu Brumfield neighborhood last week you worspeeches as he got wet the day bethe region of the stomach after eatThe Republican Legislative con- 750 lambs at from 3 to 4 cts. aud ried For fore and his oratorical powers were vention of the Morgau-Wo- lf ing, indicating that you have eateu district slipped them to Louisville. Danfear you considerably impaired, but the boys nominated too much, take one of Chamberlain's Johu T. Graham, of ville Advocate. are soon to be bald ? say that he is now warming to his Wolfe Stomach and Liver Tablets and the county. Then cease worryLipps & Co., the Hustonville text and sooi: he will be astride heartburn may be avoided. Vnr ing, for help is at Collector Sapp returned to Louis- millers, have bought several crops Leonard's neck on the rough and IT WILL appeal to your intelli- jsalc by Theo Wesley Druggist. hand. You His logic will ville Monday from Chicago. He ot new wheat at 54c. Interior rugged hustings. gence. something will be as convincing as the sword of is still confident that he will be re- Journal. IT WILL clean all impurities from put new life into the Those farmers in Rockastle Stonewall Jackson at Manassas, or appointed by the President. the skin. hair bulbs. Representative Dick, Republi- county who have suffered losses by the guns of Dewey at the battle of IT WILL purify the blood and You Manila. Hurrah, Mr. Ballard! Hop can, of Ohio, is said to be behind dog raids on their sheep should liver. light, Mr. Davis! Run, Billy Ba- the movement to organize a bolt adopt the plan of D. J. Teurman, IT WILL cure kidney trouble. a hair ker or Jack Abuey will catch you from the recent Democratic con- of Larue county. Mr. Thurman IT WILL make beautiful complex has a pair of Angora goats that Uncle "Ike" Todd and Green Mor-gu- n vention iu that State. H ion. s u c make a splendid combination Mr. Jefferson will make uo con- run with his flock. These goats IT WILL cure rheumatism. a s will fight a dog so fiercely that for assessor as do Geo. Proctor and test against Mr. Greinger, IT WILL relieve ladies of irreguDemo they will attack a flock of sheep Jerry Overbay; Steve Ramsey and cratic nominee for Mayor, larities. aud no bu once that is protected by them, Anderson Burdette. But who is recount ot the ballots will be IT VILL relieve ladies of monthly asked for they It brines health tn can whip any cur ihat combining with our good friend, for. The committee will pains. finish the the hair, and the fallJohn Wesley Kirby? With much formal count Tuesday, aud will travels on four legs, frequently IT WILL cure catarrh. , ing ceases. killiug the dog outright. regret we leatu that Steve Durham then be ready for formal IT WILL cure constipation. notices of It always restores TO- has withdrawn from the race for contest. L. W. Hudson, of Louisville, IT WILL free the system of tocolor to gray hair. judge, when in fact he had it albought of Smith & Nell, 10 large bacco. You need not look at Mr. Samuel II. Stone, who is an most wou "scusiu" the votes. He mules, extra good ones, at an averIT WILL give new life to every thirty as if you were has uovv declared himself lor the applicant for Collector of Internal age price of $140 and two combin?Rg organ. fifty, for your gray Revenue, to succeed Mr. Charles high ofiice ol Justice ot the Peace ed gelding from Coffey Bros, for IT WILL cure the worst colds hair mav have attain K. Sapp, was ;n Fraukfort this lor Rockcastle county ami the indi$260 Adair News. IT WILL relieve the system of the all the dark, rich color In effect Sunday, Mny 19th. cations arc that he will have no Week, seeking the indorsement of Last year 4,933 horses were imp. effects of liquor. or youth. uie new trait. Vvill leave St. Louis Senator opposition as every oue acknowl- prominent republrcnus. IT WILL relieve all congestions. a. in. daily ?he evening trrljn Dehor went to Canton, Ohio, to see to Ghent, Belgium, 3,303 of which $1.00 a bottle. All drujrjl.tj. edges Steve's fitness for this ex IT WILL give you a better bath to same points, lo.ioji. President McKiuley in his behalf. were slaughtered for human food. daily "I ant a barber by trndo and have alted position. Being on the pious, Ercd Forsythe sold Simon Weil ina a iricar. ili'.il to do with ...... than any water on earth. Through mr .ervice bechureh-goiug .,'?,ir 'Bur. I have found that It Mr. Bryan, in his comment on prayer-meetinord cattle, Wednesday. IT WILL be endorsed by every tween St..Lmtis, Snn Francisco am 450 1 foi'ido ?Je1ryth,,'B tint ou claim lug jr hen mo tho most der, sbbertu all his ways; the very the Ohio Democratic convention, at $3.80. They were slop-fe- d Northwestern points Only line wmumiuiu sausuction in my honest physician, 'at that does a twice daily. embodiment of Cbristiaii'virtue; a criticises that body for its failure Thompson's distilery .....D, N. 22, Hag. Kansas City, Mo. For Sale By Excursion now o uxh. stranger lo all vices; a strong ad- to reaffirm the Kausas City plat- Cogar received and stored 15,000 J. P. LECHLEITER, Wrltm tha Doctor. For further iifuni,ition. address-Rform aud iusists that the conven bushels of vocate of morality aud education; a It yon do not obtain nil wheat at the depot the Mt. Vkrnon. Ky. T. G. Mnulii'w.s T P. you oxpected from tlia the benefit j . use commercial club within himself. tion made a mistake in niakititr four first days of last week. He is Vljror, write the Doctor nliont It.of tbo Louisville Ky. v Auurejj, UK. J.U. AY1S1E, , Ufegaml'lca ltot neither would he mmseit (Uryan) an issue. He says paying 55 cents a bushel. Har- the Signal, and get all Lowell, Maaj. t Gen'l 3d I, ban 0 give 'away Whisky; a he is not a candidate the news, all the time, from all office, rodsburg Democrat; andTkt. Am.. St Ijmfc ' over county and Stale. ' !Mt Vernon nnimiinijuimnna'cm iijijMMnmcriiiinBiinmiiiiii mi ,imr Signal 12-3- L s? - Just-as-jroo- d" at Is CASTORIA v. CASTORIA far-wa- rd The KM You Have Always Bought MUFIFIAV 30 u ?o 1 " mrSfrl imi,--T-"v- I - .....i, d-- y K.J-.4.-- . rfw-yi- 'i -- . " ) -- - 1 1 CASTOR A W MUM A Does I De-Lon- two-year-ol- d ience? exper- need that need ! food, New Fast Train COLORADO PACIFIC COAST i. UTAH ! g, .A ,ooo-poun- Uul-Marc- h. liei-rt.- . .. ...! 1 ake Hrc.-TOVNSE.V- for-an- y &aSZSWiES Wr ? -- 'XT .T . !' j, W . I V !? l v : rt ' Ji -- J.V . LlL iXUJOlLVIJHajKXJ Mt. Mt. Vernon Signal 19, Vernon. K v., July Mrs. U. G. Baker and little son, Fred, spent a few days with relatives at Withers, this week. 1901. Miss Georgia McFerron stopped here on her return from Crab Orchard, to spend a few days. I i. T, A.- Coffey Mrs. Will Hilton is visiting Mrs. HATS, DRY GOODS, was appointed Tuesday, as admin- James Hilton, near Rowland. AND NOTIONS. FiourMt. Belle,' $4.00 istrator of the estate of Sarah A. ,$3-oFlour Plain Family, Mrs. Sue Mullins visited rela We You On Tdb Granulated Sugar, 1,6 lbs Coffey, deceased. The sale will $'hoo tives in Mt. Vernon, last week. Brown-Sugar- , lbs $1.00 take place Saturday July 27. 17J "Ru SZnllinh Vrwi fi nh L. T. Stewart, the lumber king U ZJCIIIIIX Uu Ulf LUC Syrups per gallon, 30c folks. Berea Fair. Secretary A. T. of Wildie, was in town this week. ,10c' 7 Cakes of D. Boone Soap.' CHURCHES. Mrs. R. A. Welsh went to Pine Fish, of the Berea Fair Association, BofJlMl. Coal Oil best per gallon, iSc Christian Holds service!) 1st & 3rl JJundaj W. C. Mullins and W. R. Dillion Hill yesterday afternoon, to visit says they will have a fair August 11 n. iu. and atC:30p. in. Rt , Calico best Grades, ..j-her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James 16 and 17. The catalogues and were in Richmond, Sunday and BETTER GQODS Presbyterian Holds services on the 2nd Monday. AT LOWER PRICES Dolan. ILL PAY HIGHEST price other advertising matter, will be and 4th Sunday, morning and tvculng. FOR COUNTRY PRO Ben Price, of Lexington, is THAN YOU CAN ready for distribution in a few Baptist Church Services on the Second Mesdames Mary Carter and ' J'-DUCE. GET ELSEWHERE. Saturday night and Sunday. Suuday Georgia Coyle, returned Tuesday days. visiting the Argenbright' families, School at 9 a m every Sunday. Prayer this week. from a visit to relatives in Pitts meeting on Tuesday nichta. Just received. We have just burg. Hubbard Bros, moved their received a full line of Augustus PERSONALS J. W. Tate, secretary . of the Wright's shoes and a full line of stave bucker, to Cruse's Ferry, 1 Brodhead Fair Association, was dry goods, which we will exchange Wednesday. Col. W. J. Sparks was in Louis- here Tuesday getting premiums for for cash or produce at "live and Miss Lou Mullins, of Mullins ville Wednesday. the fair. Station, was the guest of friends live" prices. Miss. Roberta Davis has been here Monday. Woodyard & Hilton, Mrs. C. C. Williams tells us, THE man who says that, forgets that painting properly done very sick this week. that her mother Mrs. Elizabeth Brodhead, Ky. Mrs. Ben Parker left Wednesday, is economy, and the fact is he can't afford NOT to paint. Judge J. B. Fish returned from Whitehead, is very much improved for a two weeks' HOW often you require to paint is largely dependent upon; Stolen. A lady's silver watch, tives in Virginia. visit with relai Williamsburg Sunday. the paint you use. in health. oeloging to Miss Arthusa Cloyd, Sam Pennington returned to John A. Fish Jr., who has been was taken from off the Organ at my Mrs. L. C Smith and little Hartroft, Tenn., Sunday. located at Bowling Green for some house June 25. No. of watch 15- - daughter are with Mr. Smith at Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Kreuger time, has been transferred to I hey are the most economical paints you can use, out last others. 10 1 stamped on inside of case; New Wildie, this week. went to Ottenheim Sunday. because they cover most and wear longest. Ad1 to this their good' Pa. Miss Beltio Wilmott, of BrodYork Standard; 7 jewel movement. appearance, and you have perfect paints THE SHERMAN-VIL- Frank Kirby, whom we reported Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Owens and I will pay a liberal reward for the head, was the guest of Miss Bertina sick with fever, is no better. Miss Anna Parsons, of Livingston, return of same. Mullins, last week. They are made for many different kinds of painting. WhatMiss Ha Proctor, ot Wildie, is paid this office a pleasant call while C. Carmical, J. ever it is you want to paint a house, or anything in or out of the Mrs. Shannon McKinney visited visiting Mrs. D. N. Williams. in town Tuesday. house we. make the right paint for that particular purpose not oncjl Mt. Vernon, Ky. the family of J. F. Hocker, at Mr. G. W. Gentry has been siapuasn mixture tor an. JBarauiu my Dr R. H. Lewis was here a short The consalidation of Center Col- Pittsburg, last week. very sick for the past few days. C. H. FRITH. weile yesterday, and told us that lege and Central University, and the Dave Herrin has a position of BRODHEAD. KY. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Browu went the sick iu his neighborhood, were Danville Theological Seminary and brakeman on the K. C. division of very much improved. to 'Louisville Wednesday night. the Louisville Semenary, was com the L. & N. railroad. -THEMr. and Mrs. Alva Adams visit- pleted Miss Mary Gillen, of Lexington, at a joint meeting of the Mrs. Emma Reynolds has re ed friends and relatives here yester"is the guest of Mrs. S. C. Davis. day. Mrs. Adams use to be the boads, held in Louisville Tuesday turned home irom a visit with AMERICAN Mr. John Pope, of Livingston, beautiful Miss Laura Langford. night. The Richmond pople, who friends, at Winchester. (Incorporated.) was here between trains Tuesday. think they have been unjustly deMrs. L. M. Westerfield and little CAPITAL STOCK $25,000 00 LOCAL S.A Miss Ella Joplin will commence prived of their college, by means son, of Stanford, are with her husRESERVE SURPLUS 125,000 0 of the consolidation, have taken band at the Riverside Hotel. her school at Buffalo next Monday. AMOUNT PAID COUPON HOLDERS 200,000 00 Born to the wife, of R. L. Jones, steps to start a new college at that Dr. and Mrs. Cooper passed Mrs. Geo. Pope, of the Eight Address all correspondence to yeste- on the night of the 16th a fine girl. place. through to Crab Orchard, Gables, has returned home after a rday. Escaped. The prisoners, four Lives of poor men oft remind us visit with relatives, near Preachers-ville- . LEXINGTON, KY. Stauford in number, escaped from the jail at iu this world we have no chance, Miss Dell Jones went to GOOD TERMS TO FIRST CLASS AGENTS, bethe more w work there grows Monday, to visit friends and relat- Lancasten Miss Ella Hilton, of Rowland, hind us bigger patches on our who has been visiting Misses Clara ives. July 29. The public school will L. T. Stewart was here Wednes- commence here July 29th instead pants, once new and glossy, now and Lena Griffin, has returned are stripes of different hue, all be- home. day looking very much improved of Aug 29. as stated last week. FOR cause subscribers linger and don't in health. License. Richard Mobly, of pay us what is due. Then leat Mrs. Grace Ward returned to ATT Staple aiul Fnncy Groceries, Dry Goods Irinrlc Mr. and Mrs W. J. Rider re- Livingston, secured license yesterher home at Altamont, after a visit KlllUb VL and Notions, Boots and lihoos, and ail each be up and doing, pay our mite to their home, at Upton day, to marry Miss Josie Ponder. with the Burton, Stauley and Ward turned however small, or when snows of goods found in a general store Tuesday. families. All those wanting wine made, winter strike us we shall have no JUSTbythcbepot WIT VERNON, KY. Mrs. W. O. Speed, who has been Mrs. J. A. Latidrum spent Saturday will please come by next Monday, pants at all. the guest of her pister, Mrs. Mcuntil Tuesday, with relatives iu as I do not want to make but one The Ginseng business at Somer- Kinney, returned to "her home in White Man Turned Yeu.ow. Cure for Cholera 'Infantum Pittsburg. week. J. P. Lechleiter Great consternation was felt byl set is in a thriving condition. Stanford, Wednesday. ntvi,-- ifMf.wui-nTfAti- . Mr. Zack Hansel told us yesterReappointed. Mr. R. W. Mil- Jacob Hommelstein, commission Walter Rivers, late of Ward & the friends of M. A. Hogarty of During last May an infant child day tuoruiug, that his sou, Elbert, Lexington, Ky., when they saw he of our neighbor was suffering from ler, of Richmond, has been reap- merchant, has just shipped to New Magee, has accepted a position was very sick. was turning yellow. His skin slow- cholera infantum. The doctors had pointed Referee in Bankruptcy, of York $1,500 worth, and has nearwith Fields & Browning. You can't Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brown, of that district. ly changed color, also his eyes, and ly as much more: He given up all hopes of recovery. I keep a good man down. Walnut Grove, visited Mrs. Brown ,s he suffered terribly. His malady took a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic; hanples each season from 1,000 to James Meadows brought his Mrs. Carrie Graves went to parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. PenningHe was was Yellow Jaundice. pounds. The Belgian. crew up from Pine Hill, to assist 1,300 Saturday till Tuesday. Indiana, Friday, to at- treated by the best doctors, but Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy to ton from From the start, which our townsthe house, telling them I felt sure Mr. Adams, the section foreman, R. L. Brown spent a few days man, Mr. S. C. Franklin is making tend the burial of the late George without benefit. Then he was ad- it would do good ij used accorditig He will be in in laying some new steel. "here this week. vised to try Electric Bitters, the along this line, we may expect to Browulie, of East Bernstadt. Sprained. Tyree Gentry, au L. hear encouraging reports from him Mrs. Fannie Mahaffey, of May- - wonderful Stomach and Livei rem- to directions. In two days time after Somerset a few weeks longer, the child had fully recovered. which, he will return to Mt. Ver- & N. brakeman, go: his ankle before many seasons have passed. vvedd, who has beeti visiting her edy, and he writes: "After taking The child is now vigorous and sprained Monday, while watering pareuts, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Ar- two bottles I was wholly cured." healthy. I non. have recommended this From Ajihusii. Mr. Metesser, genbright, returned home Monday. an engine. It caused rather a painA trial proves its matchless merit remedy frequently and have never Rev. E. K. Crawford, of Danof Pine Hill, while standing in the W. T. Brooks, of Hazel Patch, for all Stomach, Liver and Kidney known it to fail. Mrs. Curtis ville, passed through Saturday, to ful hurt, but nothing rerious. yard, just behind hiskitchen, was Pittsburg, to fill the appointment John Brown and Logue Thompson, troubles. Only 50c. Sold by all Baker, Bookwalter, Ohio, For WANTED. Fifty experienced shot at Saturday about 7 p. m.,-bDruggists. who is now stave men to work in of Rev. A E. Ewers sale by Theo Wesley Druggist. West Vir- some unknown party, who was hid of Mt. Vernon, were here Tuesday afternoon, attending Red Men's in Indiana. ginia. Wages 51.50 per day. in the bushes, about 75 yards from A Poor Millionaire KENTUCKY FAIR DATES. Lodge. Mrs. M. C. Miller returned J. JONES, the house. The tun was loaded Lately starved in London because Monday from Versailes, where she July 5 'f--. Jellico, Teun. with slugs, One of which struck he could not digest his food. Early Guthrie, July days. went to attend the burial of her Mr. Metesser ni tie flesh part of use of Dr. King's New Life Pills Georgetown. July 23 5 days. Acquitted. Bounce Hardin, Aunt, Mrs. Lucy Payne, who died the oldest son of .'hey Ilustonville, July 313 days. Jim Hardin, who the heel, others bu rrying themselves I'hls denature Is on every box of the genulni would have saved him. Cynthiana, July days. before. on Tursday strengthen the stomach, aid diges- Danvijle, August 314 days. Tablets killed, Frank Taylor at Booues in the house near Nnm. There is Laxative Bromo-Quinin- e 6 4 J. J. Towery, who has been in Gap. seventeen years ago, last no punishment tio Severe, for a tbo remedy that enrcu a cold tu ono day tion, promote assimilation, improve Madisonville, August 6 5 days. Beattyville organizing a lodge of October, was arrested appetite. Price 25c. MoLey back Lawrenceburg, August 20 4 days. last Thurs- man, who would tie guilyofsuch the Maccabees, returned Wednes- day by Deputy Sheriff Jim Wood; a crime, and there is nothing too The Be&t Remedy por Stomach if not satisfied. Sold by all Drug- Columbia. August 20 4 days. Shepherdsville, August 20 4 days. day, and says he organized with H. C. Jones was placed over and BowEr. Trouhi.es. gists druggist. him mean for them to do. LaGrange, August 21 3 days. ' 'I have been in the drug business .22 members. as guard until Tuesday, when he Shelby ville, August 274 days. Unfortunate. It is indeed, for twenty years and have sold most Misses Margaret McClary, Reica was brought here to stand a trial. unfortunate that Mr. Jones Fish, all of the proprietary medicines of Bardstown, September days. Elizabethtown, September 10 4 Bauer and visitor, Miss HMlie After the killing Hardin went to on account of ill health, had to sur- any note. Among the entire list I GINSENG NURSERY. days. Nevius, of Stanford, went to Mr, Indiana, and from there to Illinois, render, that which, he had already have never found anything to equal I wish to buy 15,000 green gin- Bowling Green, September 10 5 K. McClary's near Brodhead, where he has been every since, un- won and had firmly within his Chaamberlain's Colic, Cholera and A. days. Diarrhoea Remedy for all stomach Wednesday, to spend a few days. til three months ago, when he re- grasp, the nomination for the nad bowel troubles,'' says O. W. seng roots, for my Nursery, by Springfield, September 11 4 days. ceuts Glasgow, September 18 The Interior Journal prints a turned to this county. The only county judges place. Mr. Fish is Wakefield, of Columbus, Ga. September 15. Will pay 4 days. a nice write-uof wituesses left to tell the story for a progressive business man; believes "This remedy cured two severe per ounce green, take all sizes. Louisville Interstate Fair, Sepgood picture and tember 33 12 days. that sterliug gentleman, aiid splen- the defense were, James Asbury, in improvements; a man who works cases of cholera morbus in iny.fami-- y Good chance for boys to make Horse Cave, September 26 4 days. and I have recommended and pocket change. Call at my shop, did County Attorney of Lincoln, who ran a saloou on the Gap at the for the upbuilding of his county, Hartford, October 2 4 days. sold hundrsds of bottles of it to my drugstore, and get inMr. Harvey Helm, who has given time, and Harisou Lambert, while both morally ami commercially, customers to their entire satisfac- at Wesley's Liberty, August 143 days. structions iu regard to gathering it. London, September4 11 such universal satisfaction during for the prosecution, Tom Taylor, and had he been chosen to this tion. It affords a quick and sure 3 days. Mt. Vernon Ginseng Nursery, Barbourville, September 4 3 days. county judges place, a man whouii cure in a pleasant form. No family the past four years, that he was a brother of the deceased, and Brodhead, August 213 days. S. C. FRANKLIN, Allen Riddle. After hearing the people, would not have been should be without.it. I keep It in nominated without opposition, and Prniriorrtr ' Old Newspapers at this office fo i the evidence, t!ie court discharged ashamed to bono, will', not have auv from the and call t"he my house at all Jme." Kor MlC.fiirepja. the final race, 25 cents per hundred, judge of our county. publicaiu.in by Thco Wesley .M.'Hardiu. S4-M- O Pott-olEc- c Hobart, the youngest son of Mr. and Mn, James I. White, received a very severe injury Tuesday. I lcuibvlle & Nashville n. R. Co. Mrs. Henry Tharp and two little TIME TABLE. t( daughters Lizziq and Margaret vis24 orth u.05 a m ited relatives here this week. 26 north i:3I a m Mrs. P. D. Colyer had a very fioulh 23 1:57 p n severe hemoirasre Sunday. She 35 South 1:45 am spit up about one pint, of blood. as. Landrum, Agent. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Lawrence left for Earlington, Ky., Monday, CoitrtdattLt Ul. Vtrnvu, II j., at where Jack has been transfered. ecfi'dai mall matter Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Hansel and MASONIC. children anived Monday afternoon, Ashland Loilfte No. 040 meets 2nd MONto spend a few .days, with home DAY 10 A ra. , Cox Bros, tvill bo ready in a few SAW between 400 ana 500 days now, to start their delivery people attended the sale dt H. G. wagon. Sutton, deceased, yesterday. Every Mercer county republicans nom- thing, except some :hay, Drought inate part of a ticket for county good prices. Milch cows bnmphl 520 to $30; young cattle $10 10 offices. $24 each; horses $Qo to $75, corn John Green, colore ". y ho has $2,75 per barrel, and two shares of been in Covington jail) made his bank stock in the Bank of Mt. return this morning IfV out day- - Vernon at $100 each. The house light. hold and kitchen furniture all Eftry Day. The Republican brought good prices. will meet in town tomorrow and LIVINGSTON pay in their entry fee for the vari0 ous offices. A large crovd is exJim Hocker was in Stanford pected in town. Wednesday. ETPS C H. r r T LJ I today. COME tomorrow. COME any time. But for your own iu-- ( teret, be sure to come. ( BUY FROM US until DON'T you've looked around, if you pre - ) LvO2v er it mat way, out in any event don't fail to see US before you y toJ VT IJ " "! tTTTy y - a. KENTUCKY. DOjftE liTiTpSTYu to Run AftcthemT Prices arid. High. Qualities, 2C I2C Corrected Each Week 'By i bin. We l C. H. FRITH. will save You Time and Moacy Can goods, 8yic 2 lb Rolled Oats.jJArbuckles Coffee, Lion Coffee. 5c Big Bargains in Administrator. CLOTHING, SHOES, XXXX Coffee, Good Green, Coffee, Flour N. S. per- bblj ;ioc,to i2JAc M - I nht 4. w " -- up AJMT Afford TO Paint "i The Sherman- Williams paints Un-loutow- n, INVESTMENT COMPMW 00' HOME OFFICE. Go To A. BRYANTS nf iilvl k one-thir- d rt, y $fr& 44 35 7" p Ba'r-ne- ts re-r- " -- vnfv-- . I - T d3aeYSU.'reieur.iyL.r uaanrji&szraaiiaxarJ. 'f--i- n. -- r... ,.,.--, . ,i mimjctii l MT. VERNON 3Z:X3!CC MONEY TALKS But Now Prices Shriek at The HOUK & A A M s THE ? V .j i. . J.iiT.iiirirTrijmiJiJinii.i.iriJ-.t.V--iil-T-r-T-f- - ET ViV!"T 1 ( , " -- " -- r f Home of New. Ideas Low Prices and ' Good Values, Are Still flying from the Original Prices, and many are 'the Bargains that will bring you K back again, again end again; as it comes to us, so it goes to you, a Bargain. -Old Reliable" in Quality but "Up to the Minute" in Style. SUITS fit for a Prince almost within the reach of a pauper. W'lv are not the "dumping place" for the wholesale trade, but and Fashionable. our goods are picked by us, . Up-to-Da- te HOMK MARKETS. Corrected eneh week by IIoulc & Adams. Ml. Vernon. Kv. Arbucklc's Cofll-ialc Lion Coffee e fs t.t. r GCiVziASi6c bairel i, on iiucoin i2c I L ing, Fine Shirts, Neckwear, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoos. stylish and at prices that will astonish you. ouiking r ea tui e.Goods . JLO Immonso stock of Dry 0l0tlj. alul Notions. Every article new, per $4.50 Flour, No. ,i.nn per uene 01 Daisy flour per barrel $4.25 $4.50 Labelle flour Dry salt meal per lb 09c Country meat (smoked) nc Dan'l Boone Soap; 3 cakes 5c IOC Star Soap, 3 cakes i ys Rice, No. i, per lb Granulated Sugar per lb Extra Light Brown Sugar lb Sprup. Caramel, gal. bucket 35c 1. 10 Shipstuff, per hundred, Calico, nil the best brands KC Calico; nil cheap grades 5c & under Can goods S'ic p 11.1, ut iu Oiuunm;, locts " Lard nc. in small lots: lb lots or more. 50 Millet hay on hand Esres oer doz Feathers per lb vy in i-- .yj VV CA. JLKJJL to select from and all n & people will see new styles added to our list, all money saving opportunities, because A or our deter ruination that quick sales and small profits; "Our Motto," predominates. flfe i Ul XX7rA UIJ.U.jL to view the largo Stock All Kinds of Jewelry, not the common inferior grade, but nice select lot, every piece carrying a guarantee. o Tinware Saddles. Harness of and a good easySnoe will help to make way CL vcr'-n-isaddle ln Kinds, collar-pads- , $, a little smoother, and here's a cut rate for a port of the journey at least: to a small margin of profit. blankets," all marked down Sr? xx n, r " ic f-i China and Queen?- tv kC3 ir y IvIFE IS A LONG WALK dil xit fM b- -i -- ivi $1 35 r3 i 'i ,.f LJ ULXL CX11 111C LIclUC. to $3 75, area! Quantifies 1 $ S't?Meii'sandBoysSuit3 MiWWWMI III III Coal oil 10 lbs Keg soda 10 15c 15c FROM 25cts. to $1 50; you need not go shirtless at these figures, your ffi Come in and see us when in town, bringand to pro- us, Everything to dress a table Id uce ond the result will be, satisfaction to yourself, to oOcts. per yard. $ T'M T :Mn-.n- , from 20cts. M Id Uil LlULit lid out aIui out. Come and look and get the pick of the store, our 'who will ever try to show an appreciation of your patronage. shelves are groaning under the loads, Q TTT" OC A "H A ' -vT5? 2 50 up to $12 50. Over all pants and jackets ' Vernon, $A Main street, ivltNo. 25,- -2. R, ivy. To Suit You assortment ol sizes that will go to you cheap. Phone a HORSE SHOE Brand Fertilizer. DEERING Harvesting Machines. for all kinds farm implements. KaTAGENTS r j T 23. To Our Country Friends we say- :TlvJ Jam X. -- J.LJJ.rVl Wil M '' VT,"' i. COURT CALENDAR. day in each month. County Court. Fourth Mon Fiist Mon- A LUXURY WITHBM THE REACH 1 OF ALL? day in January, April, July and October. Circuit Court. Second Mon day in February, Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in Sep tember. Quarterly Court. Insurance of all Furniture and cailfl,V"v1 Undertaking kinds v..Vs. ...... . . - , j A full and complete stock. M.L-MYE.RS- All , orders filled promptly. Motto: Mt Vernon Police Court; Third Monday in each month. Mt. Vernon, OFFICE At the Rice property. Phone No. 3S. P. A. PcouiiiRton, D. D. S.; M. D DENTIST, Ky. Best goods and lowest prices. J. A. Mul litis & Son. (Successors to ISIiinla-nshi- & Mullins,) The consumption of I JON C FF has increased immensely, and this coffee is now used in millions of homes. Mt Vernon Hive, MT. VERNON, KY. Every Tuesday 1st and 3rd, week, 2:30 p. 111. 2nd and 4U1. week. 7:30 p. m. OST MEETS: L. O. X. M. Livingston, - Kentucky. No 24, DENTST,. MULLINS HOTEL- John Farmer, Prop. N W Cor. Third and Chestnut Sts. PtirnlHliecl vltli Itviry Convenience unci Comfort. LOUISVILLE, KY. Will be at Miller House, Mt Livingston, Ky. ernon during all Circuit Courts. Sample rooms for Commercial men. The grocers all over the country keep us busy delivering LI0M COFFEE to them. Mrs. Miss NANNIE C. You will find no stale LI0IM (20FFEE on his shelves it sells too fast to grow stale. Why? Because it is an absolutely pure coffee. ALBRIGHT, Lady Com. BESSIE M. HOUK, Lady Rec. Keep. Ourrto Strength, Purity mi Flavor. K. O. T. M. M Sib R.A, JONES Miller House, DENTIST, STANFORD, KY. HUGH MILLER, Prop'r. Jf Vatch our next advertisement. is not a glazed article; it is not coated with egg mixtures o'r chemicals in order to give it a better appearance. Wo do not need to resort to such measures we have no imperfections to hide! XjhIozi. csojsr Please bear in mind that JWtVernanTent, Wo. 21 Mon-"da- MT. VERNON, KV., Headquarters for Commercial Men. at all MEETS every 1st. and 3rd. D. S. PURDOM, y in each mouth, 7:30 p. 111. Office over Higgins & McKenney's GEO. S. GRIFFIN, Com. Phono ls7o. 48. 6TPorter trains." Rec. Keeper. Store. u 'fll The Veranda Hotel. JOSEPH COFFEY, PROPR., In every package of LION COFFEE you will find a fully illustrated and descriptive list. No housekeeper, in fact, no woman, man, boy or girl will fail to find in the list some article which will contribute to their happiness, comfort and convenience, and which they may have by simply cutting out n certain number of Lion Head.? from he wrappers of our one pound sealed packages (which is the only form in which this excellent coffee is sold). WOOLSON SPICE CO., TOLEDO, OHIO. 1 10 TO AN BUFFALO ROUTE PAN-AMERIC- four ? R,G. Williams, Attorney-at-La- w MT. VERNON. Court House. KY. St .OppJ5QTOFFICE on Church Stanford, Ky., Specially equipped for traveling men, Sample room on first floor. Bath rooms free to guests. Rates. $2.00 per day. osite SEffiEHE KTCiHHX-&HIK- IlICTZr5JSSIffJ3E.!niaBEHKE2SnSE' , No Discovery in medicine has ever created one quarter st the excitement that has been cause:! by Dr. King's New Discovery for Ma m ESSAGES from Mt. Consumption. It's severest tehts Vernon to Williams- - have been on hopeless victims of I Wurir, Barbourvillc, Corbin. Consumption, Pneumonia, Hemor Hinge, Pleurisy and Hronchitis. London, Hazel latch. Livingston, Tine Hill, Brush Ureek, thousands of whom it has restored Lang'lOL'd, "Wlldic, Brodhoad, to perfect health. For Coughs, abd, Ijovel uroen, ilanlonl. Colds. Asthma, Croup, Hay Crab Orchard, Stanford, Lan- - Hoarseness and Whooping Cough caster and all central Ken- it is the. quickest, surest cure in the world. It is sold by all Drug- tucky points at low rates, j gists who guarautee satisfaction or She Didn't Wear A Mask. refund money. Large bottles 50c But her beauty was completely and $1.00. Trial bottles Iree. hidden by sotes, blotches and pimples ti'l she used Buchlen's Arnica Wticn you want a modern, tip-t- o flTae Shortcsi Rojd to SucmsMs TjbJ SSjl?Pl Salve. Then they vanished as will date physic, try Chumberlain's MDuslnoss UCHonICWJI Young Mtn end Women JeM'Uffl(j7' all Eruptions, Fever .Sores, Boils, Stotfiach aud Liv r Tablets. They rojfrfon as Loaktktepwn and.f UTtJ Mwififjr&;)'j? thlm School. Writ ,,i , ... It Ulcers, Carbuncles and Felons from are easy to take and pleasant in ef- uSttnotrcnhcn anct.aUtndtno Catalosuo at Locl;ycc;,,s Ousiness Coifee its use. Infallible for Cut.s. Corns, fect. ' Price, 25 cents. Samples Ifiiilona ues. minis, beams unu j V"rc0eeat' Thu Wesley '' drug stoic L' ilL III! II II IL'L'II. -- ; till UilJiTlLLl !r "w.r" c cm ic It Dazzi.es The World. EXPOSITION R. .' L. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW- BROWN , - eJephone wi J rangmit Jr r ur I M mwMSMiMm 1901. J Mt. Vkkkon, J5STOFFICE Keftuckv Up stairs in old brick hotel opposite Court house. Special attention given to col- lections. Hotel Frith F. FRANCISCO, Propr. Located at the iSPB2rrHBa a BEST LINE T- O- se C. C. Attorney-ai-Law, Williams, MT VURNON, ICY DepotcoS Bodhead, KY Liverv Indianapolis, Peoria and Chicago. ti Good Attached Meet all Trains, Day aud Night - On 2nd. floor of Traveling Men and Railroad The Bank of .Mt. Vernon, qh Church men Solicited. Will street. Special attention given for all trains.. to collections. BS-OFFIfur-lunch- es J WmMgg&wm . --- - . Information cheerfully fur nished on application at City Ticket G. V. Mcci upk. J. W. Brown. nm m PTn tjottp McCLURE& BROWN rouRTir Avenue, or write to Attdrneys-at"LawS. J. GATES, Mr. Vernon, Ky. General Agent, , MONUMENTAL WORKS, Brodbead, Ky, Granite and Marble Monuments '. r I J-- , 1 . r- All business entrusted to our care will reeive prompt attention. Old newspaDers for sale at this Office room ',fo. s in the old Brick ct's per liundijd. . vrfice,, Hotel. Louisville. Kv. and Tombstones. WORK.FIRST-CLASS,- - ? ALL SATISFACTION GIVEN-.- -