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Did you ever think of the im- Land, Stock and Crop Albert Stofer is delivering 4,000 bushels Bluegrass seed, sold to a Winchester firm a 45 cts. Green Morgan bought 43 hogs at 4z to 5 cts. and sold some to S. Morgan weighed up at Crab Orchard, at POLITICS and POLITICIANS 0 E C. M. called to see his old friend Joe Washington, a negro, accusportance of being the owner of a ed of assaulting a Georgia womair, J. S. Arnold last Sunday. home? If not, stop, think, mediwas burned at the stake by a moo, Dr. Davis was out Sunday last tate then act. near Savanuah. to see Mrs. Jordan and Mrs. Lakes. As a money investment it pays The aunual meeting of the- InterMrs. Bertha Lakes is somewhat better dividend! than arc known to It tracheo national Typographical Union con- improved and will soon be .stout the speculative world. the owner industry and the imporvene iu Birmingham, Ala. Monday again. tance and valne of leasure hours and the sessions will continue W. H. Jones was up from Wil-di- e that would otherwise be thrown throughout the week. last Sunday, calling on J. S. awayyon live in rented property The committee of four appointed Arnold. your heart is not thereit bears by the Lexington Council to inveshat the sacred name of home it is The little babe of Mr. and Mrs. tigate the charge made by a pool- J. S. Arnolds is much improved at but a shelter, an abode. Your room proprietor that he had paid this writing. leasuie hours are spent in idleness, $500 for "protection" wilt begin not in improving or adorning the M. II. Jordan was in Berea last work at once. place that will soon know you no Monday night after a Dr. for his more. Speaking at a banquet given brother Geroiae. But if you own your own home Taft stated Sunday in Manila, Gov. . Mr. C. M. Rowlings was through this leasure, otherwise worse than that in order properly to. .develop the Philippines, tariff reform legis- here last week looking after the wasted, will be used in improving and beautifying the home, adorn lation should be enacted at the next telephone business. Congress. session of Mr. Parret and family of Mt. ing it with shade trees and flowers, rebuilding the fences, cutting the It i stated that Padill, secretary Vernon, were the guest of Frank briars and the brambles, and preof Resistencia in Tampa, has fled to Parker last Sunday. paring for the future comforts and Havana. He was one of the few Mr. J. S. Arnold has been very enjoyments of life. strike leaders wlw escaped deporta- sick for several days but is slightly There is born a child erery mintion and his flight is thought to improved at this writing. ute But there are no more acres have weakened the strikers' cause. Mr. R. L. Branaman does not of land on the earth today than Judge .Zachritz, in the Circuit seem to improve very much. He is when the stars sung in the Court at St. Louis, refused to grant very low and weak at present. morning of the world. an injunction restraining the LouisThese new comers must have Mrs. Nancy Jordan, who has iana Purchase Exposition Company been very ill for some time past is room; they must have food and from using Forest Park as a site slightly improved at this writing. raiment. for the World's Fair to be held iu As the world grows older and J. H. Wright, of Hustonville St. Louis in 1903. people increase the value of land was the guest of his sister Mrs. M. In a lecture from a New York R. Jones last Saturday and Sunday. must go up. In Belgium, the most densely pulpit Sunday night Chaplain Joues Mrs. U. S. Berry was called to populated country in Europe, land U. S. N., said that during the war Berea last Saturday, to see her siswith Spain, Great Britain had sixty-thre- e ter, Lillard, who died Friday even- is worth from $1500 to 52500 per acre. The time will come when concentrated at ing. America will be the Belgium of the off any movetwo points to head Mr. Gerome Jordan is very low world. The oppressed of all lands, ment by European Powers against with typhoid fever. We are in hopes s from all countries, the Uuiied State?. that he will soon be on going are landing on our shores. The Colombian. Minister and all grouud. will be the The forests of members of the legation Iiave withMr. Win. Higgiubotham was out wheat fields of tfhe drawn temporarily from Venezuela, from Wallaceton last week leasing deserts of yesterday tlie garden of and the affairs of their Government land. He is representing the C. M. ' have left in charge of the repre- Rowlings & Co. While ij'pays in dollars to have sentatives of the United States. in morals, in the intelOn last Saturday night while in It is claimed there has been no the pulpit at Fair View church. a home, M lectual empire, and in good citizenrupture of diplomatic negotiations. Rev. Danel Philips was gracely ship, it pays infinitely better. Deputy Attorney General Moores insulted by Robert Lambert. Washington had a home. Beneof Indiana, says the United States &. dict Arnold had no place he could Messrs Jessee Dykes, Allen Steel Corporation is entitled to the 11 Frank Parker and several call home. protection ot the Indiana courts. Tom Payne, the infidel was a i&r This opinion was called out by the others went over near Maysville on wanderer. Benjamin Franklin, 1.V rc,.'t that the strikers would in- the Excursion last Sunday. the good and the pure, was a land 'A' law of the State voke the anti-truDrs. Samms and Lewis, of lord in Philadelphia. lf against the corporation, which has several families a visit Hamilton, the noble and true, the plants in Indiana, several last Saturday evening and did all great and the learned, built a pala-ciIt is now reported that Senator they could to relieve their suffer- -' home. Mrs. Lewis accompanied SltDeboe and Congressman Irwin will ing. Bnrr, great in power of mind, low Co- them. ', iudorse Capt. Sam Browu for in thought and vicious in action, llector ot Internal Revenue if Mr. Harvey Logston and George pillowed his head upon a borrowed VSapp :s removed. According to tue Cape, who are now under arrest bed. 'INI agreement, Mr. Sapp would dictate we are in . hopes will get Get a home. "Be it ever so the patronage of the office and a plenty of what they deserve. humble," get you a home. Jtc would retain me cnairmansuip 01 It is almose impossible to hold Get a place you can call your tf' ,the Republican Committee. church at Fair View of late on own a place where no man can Eighty-fou- r national organiza- account of a few ruffians, so twist ' tions, with a membership of two them friend Richard to the full ex come and hay to you '"'get out." Home! Here is where character million workers, would be involved tent. is formed and destinies shaped for . A . in the movement urged upon the time and eternity. IW American Federation of Labor by Fifteen car loads of Russian hard It is a. school of untold imporMineworkers for the wheat, which is a part of the con tance. The learning of a college 1R.2.J a ' the United calling of a council of the affiliated signment which left Odessa, Russia, may fade from the halls of memory, bodies to aid the steel strike. The four weeks ago, arrived in Kansas its illuminated walls and clasie call for the meeting has not yet City Monday and was placed in shades may be foigotten, but the issued. the government warehouse. Four influence of home a kind word lit Edward W. Harney, the Mon more car loads are yet to come. a pleasant smile a good book, well tana J udge against whom charges There are 14,446 bushels of wheat read, "a spirit walking on the face ' 4have been filed growing out of his iu the consignment, and it is to be of the earth" au inspitation by decision in the Amalgamated Cop- - distributed for seed purposes in day and a solace by night, is "as It is the boundless as the ocean that rolls on -- Ter Co. case, claims to have been. Kansas and Oklahoma. iffered a b;ibe of $250,000 to influ greatest shipment of hard seed' without a shore." nee his derision, and failing this wheat ever brought to this country. A bad man is worse when he lieges that he was threatened, and The purpose is to improve the pretends to be a saint. " that attorneys are now trying to quality of Kansas hard whtrat for Much bending breaks the bow; ruin hid family by dragging in a export flour and the importation is much unbending, the mind. the result of experiments made by ornau. That is half granted which is de' B. Workantine, of Halstead, Kan- -' nied graciously. ' The members of the State Guard, A man's nature runs either to in camp at Owensboro, took a rest sas. The wheat is in unday dress parade at 6 o'clock in sacks, and will be distributed from herbs or weeds; therefore let him tlie evening being the only portion the government warehouse to points seasonably water the one, and of" the daily routine observed. on the Rock Island and Santa Fc destroy the other. The human race is divided into urjng an attempt on the part of railways. J. 'Bookwalter, of the me of the soldiers to break into Niland Grain Company, of that city two classes, those who go ahead ball grounds near Hickman will have charge of the distribution. and do something, and those who all fight was precip-ted- , The cost of hying the wheat down sit still and inquire why it was not rk, a free-fo- r but before any harm was in Kansas City .was $ia$ a bushel. done the other way. e the combatants were s?par.ated ofPanvilie News. er Though assured of the nomination, Mayor Tom Taggart, of Indianapolis, has declined a fourth term. W. C. Grider has been appointed postmaster at Esto, Russell county, F. M. McElroy having resigned. men-of-w- ar home-seeker- to-da- y to-da- y. Mc-Kinzi- e, st Wil-die,pa- id y$ il'i , al - 4... ft T7 tyjtf I . two-bush- el -- Albert B. Cummins, of Des J. W. Strother, of Robertson, has a pig two months old that has five Moines, was nominated on the legs and six feet and is well and first ballot at the convention in "The republicans are kicking Cedar Rapids. hearty and has good action. likp bnv Sfpprcj ovpr mv wnv " cnJfl Senator Deboe's fight upon Mrs. ppnMpmn ,rnm w,,;,,, tn 11Q David Castleman, of Shakertown, raised over 4,000 bushels of wheat. Sanders, postmaster at New Castle,'lyosterday, "and a good many say . On some of his land the average was successful. J. P. Gray was th the demo was 26 bushels au acre, and his appointed to succeed her. cratic tickftt straight whole crop was above the average. The Barbourville postoffice will like the new converts' getting the Winchester Dew. be increased from the ftwth to the j best offices and a number of them grazing third class Oct. 1, when the salary :are not going to put up with it." Some 200,000 cattle are on the Oklahoma Territory of In- will be increased to $r,ioo. he added. We congratulate the re- dian land.thrown open to Collector Denton, of Danville. publicans of the Kingsville section settlement by the government on received a leiter a lew days ago on their good sense. Thev have August 6th, and the owners of them from Strunk, Ky.. addressed to the reason to kick and they should declare that there is no place to Eternal Revenue Collector, at kick. Interior Journal. take them. Among the prominent youcg Danville. Farmers- ought to sow turnips, y democratic county officials of The republicans of Maryland and lots of them. It is the right is Judge Dick Williams, of time for sowing and a good crop held a State convention at Balti- Kockcastle county. Judge Wilacclashould be raised. They make good more, nominated a ticket by liams enjoys the distinction of befo feed for milk cows. It would also mation and adopted a plat rrii ing the only democratic county lauding the National administrabe well enough to sow rye for fall judge in Kentucky who was elected and winter pasture, as it comes on tion. in a strong republican county. His Democrat, majority was 203 and he holds his The Harrodsburg very quick and makes excellent pasture for stock, especially for which grows better with every is- office by virtue of his popularity y sue, blossomed out as a colts and calves. and ability. When one knows him Tuesday. weekly well personally there is no surprise The Richmond Court. --There was a light supply and light demand for business was too slow for its en- that he should win at anything. cattle, only about 300 in both stock ergetic editor. He is yoy; capable and a born yards. Prices on steers, 500 to 600 Progress ' The republican city and county politician .jlkton lbs. ranged at from 2 to 3 cts. executive committee annulled the A few horses were sold, bringing recent primary and determined to PINE HILL $100 to $125, A considerable of- hold a delegate convention Aug. 21 fering of mules was made but were to nominate a ticket for city and Mrs. E. Mullins, of Mt. Verheld tevhigh o suit buyers, only a county offices of Jefferson. non, is here this week, .. ... "fW medimrMRcS'- selling at from ' Gov. IrjuJleaSvas Mr. Frank Longmire was t to Pi3&i 75 "X'ille 'Monday, returning that night. Vernon Monday, on business. head Of .. Jas.Thot&pson suld 68 home, He is delightcdjwith export cattle to Jonas Weil at $5.25. Mr. E. Fishback passed through says the heat is awful. "H 1 but Vol Ferguson sold to Frank maybe hotter'! said he, "but I here en route to the County seat. Bedford 72 head of export cattle at doubt it." Lancaster Rocord. John L. Metesser returned from Bratton Bros., of North $5.25 Louisville, where he had been 011 ' Commoner: Middletown, sold to Jonas Weil 60 Bryan's Another head of 1,400 lb. cattle at sets. week has passed, yet not a repub- business. They were shipped Jas. Fergu- lican organ has seized the oppor One day this week, Mr. B N. son purchased ot Jonas Weil 25 tunity to declare that the drouth is Roller gave Pine Hill a short, but i head of 950 pound cattle at 4 cts ; a direct result of "Bryanism " The very pleasant call. of Jas. Craig, 32 head of r, 200 lb. g. o. p, organs are growing exOur community is called on tocattle at $4.50. Winchester Detu. tremely careless. day to mourn the death of a good P. B. Leonard sold 14,150-poun- d The republican committee of woman. Mrs. Wm. Meadows passhogs to Wm. Vandivier at Adair named the following candi- ed peacefully away about four G. W. Shirley also sold 20 dates for county offices: Judge, T. o'clock. Thus has gone a faithful shoats to same party at 5 cents. A. .Murrell; Sheriff, F. W. Miller; wife, a loving affectionate mother, Kirby Woods weighed to Ben CJerkT. R. Stults; Jailer, J. P. and a sympathetic kind neighbor. Sanders yesterday 40 hogs at $4.85 Conover; Assessor, Ed Burton; Sup- Each one as they looked on her hundred. They were bought last erintendent, W. D. Jones. peaceful face, remarked "she February for this month's delivery. never said auythiuU harmful of any The "honest election demIn Fayette dealers are paying 65 ocrat's," who couldn't be induced one." The fuueral took place at cents per bushel for wheat. Brent to even wink at the slightest po- Pine Hill Cemetery Wednesday Bros, purchased of John Maywood, litical corruption, have no place to afternoon. colored, 1 ,000 bushels, for seed, a lay their innocent heads, since that What confection and highly' late imprtation from Ohio, at 63 republican primacy election in prized fruit, comes into Rockcastle cents. Claude Cantrill's 16 acres Louisville. Georgetown Times. couuty on every breeze and every averaged 30 bushels. The Democrats. Populist and ,atullu "uuu luul and a cyclone ibn't The. Paris Milling Company pur- free silver Republicans State Cen- - (comely-dates- ) chased several crops of wheat at 62 tral Committees of Nebraska have a circumstance to what follows cents, Monday. James Ferguson practically agreed upon fusion and their comin and Boing. these men sold to same company fifty barrels have called conventions 10 meet iu who are to represent law and piue HiU of corn at $3.25. Drake Thompon September 17. Mr. der for lhe Stale- but taleut- son sold and delivered to J. J. Sul- Bryan addressed the democratic e,,Jys feorae blessmgs-y- our lambs and Dooulist committees and livan, 71 head of Daim stopped ituu cubcounseu a theit sweetebt music for an apat $5.25. R. B. Hutchcraft sold to clared himself in favor of fusion. Middle-towpreciative, though small audience. Henry Caywood, of North ' Bryan's Commoner: A large Mt. Vcrnou has jiust cause to be 165 head of heavy hogs Monday, at $5.15. Harrctfsburg Dem- majority of the democrats who proud of such musicians. voted for Mr. Cle.velaud.in 1892 be- ocrat. fr(ie silvcr- but he Joe K. Dixon is making speeches felcct' Walter Warren sold 50 lambs tolieved in. uuuwici ui kuiu men. iuc ic in the Eastern Kentucky counties. r . ci. i S .w.w.. :. -- ? .- ...' 0W' .... a .'. "disposi-- 1 in au effort to raise money for the going a mile in 2:02 has to go 43 28 orgunizers, sliow a similar tion to ignore' the voter in order defense of Caleb Powers and Jim T. V. Holtzelaw feet in n. second , . w . .. Howard. delivered a lot of corn to Stanford t0 ),eabe U,e VnaIlcleR" Mayor Weaver has been invited parties nt $3.20 Dr. J. B. Ows The new State Election Cotn- ley sold to W. H. Lillard mibbioncrh met iu Frankfort and to send a delegate from Louisville stacks of hay at $1 1.50 a ton. 'In- orgauized. Mr. Aileti E. Smith, to the National Good Roads Conterior Journal. of Louisville, who was Secretary of vention, to be held iu Buffalo, N. Y. September the old commission, was Baltimore man The commissioners directed the Jealousy caused a Gov. Dnrbin, of Indiana, issued to kill his wife and a man. Secretary to notify the State Cen- a requisition upon Gov. Nash, of The jai! at Bardstown U heavily tral and County Committees of the Ohio; for State Senator Fred D. guarded to fiustrete any attempt to two dominant parties to make Archer, of Ohio, who is charged with misrepresenting his financial-standinlynch Elijah Hazel, the slayer of recommendations for county to Bedford, Ind., meu. j William Hill. I . - 5. R. A. Burnside, Judge of the County Court, and R. F. Parsons, a member of his court of Lancaster, engaged in an altercation at the court house over the measurement) of some rock in which the formen was considerably bruised about the face, says a special to the Lexing-ton Leader. Arrests followed and a small fine was assessed against! Judge Burnside in Police Court. Climax. 1 1 n I -- - Ken-luck- semi-weekl- - - I "if in-M- his-ne- ' 1 If f 5c. 70-pou- , - J de-,e- i n, w.. -- .- - i.-- 111 ... 11 -- ..-- ., -. j ( 30-od- d 16-2- 1. n ' Nam iiiMifffi'L jj.v.,., lhucsk. !r 4flMMt,4Afnlfrv iJj W..jr '. Si, iiBflhV j-t- 9 jnuM--i i ii m iniiwi aopgewBiBiiiiijjLumiui.njmifjily iiiuia'amjii iiiujjLLiUiiiMiuiiintiiniiMiitmi im.iujsaBtsraaar ! nu TtBriir' l""":" All Sadieville, Ky., was curious I'lllMllWIIWIIi tlBIMH I rmTWlTyWreaUMBM"" Louis, when we left for Kansas City, the place we always wanted to go. It was there that Bryan was nomFriday, Aug. iG, 1901. inated. It was there that KenA. tucky's son, Adlai Stevenson, was Published every Friday by put on'the ticket with Bryan. Both EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. were defeated, but both are great and good men. It was in this $I.OO city that Harve Helm slept on his SUBSCRIPTION ONfi YKAK imagination and Gov. McCreary Advertising rates made known on paid his money before he got his application board. In going over Kansas City, you go up one hill and down ANNOUNCEMENTS another, and yet they have splendid streets. This is an argument, We arc authorized to announce that Rockcastle, although a little Chesley Payne, hilly, can nevertheless build roads. as a cmuliilnte for Mnfjistrute in tlie Second district, subject to tin; uctiou of the Republican Mt Vernon Signal BEE LICK Their Secret Is Out. THE BANK OF MT. VERNON. Miss Mae Sowder, of Level Green, to learn the cause of the vast im. attended church at Bethel, Sunday. provement in the health of Mrs. S. P. Whittaker, who had for a long OPENED 1900. Master Chester Wilson is quite time, endured untold suffering from XZH33Z&S9 sick of malaria, also has symptoms chronic bronchial trouble. "It's a , CAPITAL-STOCKof typhoid. all due to Dr. King's New DiscovHenry Pollard, who has had a ery," Writes her husband "It A. E. EWERS, severe attack of indigestion, is im- completely cured her and also cured 3. H MARTIN, Pres. W. L. RICHARDS, Cashier, A. B. FURNISH, r of a se ere proving slowly. our little m. VeRNON, KY- - 15,00(1 Vice-Pre- s. grand-daughte- attack of Whooping Cough." It DIRECTORS. J. T. Adams, Jonas McKeuzie, Archie Taylor has been confined positively cures Coughs. Colds, La Geo. Livesay, Rod Perry, Vincent. Boreiug, A. T. Fish. to his room the past week, with an Grippe, Bronchitis, all Throat and We solicit accounts of firms and individuals. Careiul atten attack of malaria. Lung troubles. Guaranteed bot eoc and Si. do. Trial bottles tion is given collections entrusted to us. tles Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Reynolds Our friends and patrons ar iuvited to call when in town. free at all Druggists drug store. are rejoicing over the arrival of a new girl at their home. Asst.Ca.su,. Fiitz Krucger,, neVer wants to when completed, will be a very neat of the L. & N. landed us in Louis- Nation says, she J W. Hayden, W, P. Walton, J. Ii. Collier, M". D. Elmoro ville for a splendid breakfast, after marry any more, and wsjudge her cottage. which, we proceeded to the Seventh decision a wise one, from tlie fact, 0. Hied, T. P. Hill, S. H. JJaughman, W. A. Tribble, Mr. aud Mrs. John M. Brown, One thing is certain, street depot, where a goodly num that she will more than likely never of Rockcastle, visited the M. J. Miller and S. T. Harris. latter' s ber of the Kentucky editors, wives be favored with such an oppor- relatives at this place, the first of Ayer's Hair Vigor makes We solicit the accounts of the citizens of Rockcastle aud adjoining the hair grow. This is and sweethearts, had gathered to tunity. this week. counties assuring them prompt and careful attention to all busiboard the train for Madisonville. because it is a hair food. Great floods have lessened the Mr. Edgar Gooch, who is teachness intrusted to us. Personal application and correspondBy the Henderson Route, which population iu China something It feeds the hair and the ence, with a view to business relations, invited. ing school at Green Briar Springs, road cheerfully carried special cars near 20,000. Pity they were not hair grows, that's all there was with homefolks Saturday aud J S. HOCKER, Pres., JNO. J. McROBERTS, Cashier. for the "corn crackers,' the par- - all boxers. is to it. It stops falling A. A. McKINNEY, Ass't Cashier. Sunday. He said he is getting alof the hair, too, and 4y was carried down the beautiful ivalley of the Ohio, crossing but Louisville is to have a $46,000 along nicoly with his school. ways restores color to not going up Salt river, arriving at free bath house, and Louisvillians gray hair. Flat Woods school, which is be$1.00 a bottle. All roitlstJ. about 1 p. in., where a can certainly clean up. JJendersoii ing taught by Mr. E. C. Gooch, is vour drncclst cannot supply you, special train, furnished by the If progressing very nicely wit h about end us ono dollar and wo will express Massachusetts has 69,398 more forty pupils in attendance. Both suro and cWo SL,. & N. was waiting to carry us oui bottlo. Hoexpress ofllco. tho cams Address, of )our nearest female than male citizens. Boys, into Madisonville. On our arrival JiL.All'.K X.U., UJHOIItMi teacher and pupils are taking quite an interest in the school and are ;at the metropolis of Hopkins coun- now is your chance. ty, a reception committee met us, striving to excel all other schools in What the Robinson Thermal TrodiTeaY" that quickly escorted the party to this vicinity in bejng in . Bath Cabinet Will Do. the hotel "Lucile," where we were every respect. C. H. Frith was iu Louisville bountifully cared lor and looked this week in the interest, of the Miss Nellie, the pretty d after. At night there gathered at U. B. A. Uncle Jerry Frith spraindaughter of Mr. and Mrs. the Morton's opera house, one of ed his ankle, very badly Tuesday, M. G. Reynolds, aud Mr. Gillis the finest audiences the editor ever while out jumping 'with the boys. Colson, eloped to Jellico last week, faced and he said his little say on Mr. Lipp is here taking leases for whero they t Kept iu Stock. Orders by Mail, '.Telegraph or Telephone were united iu the holy 1 tthp subject assigned him; "The an Indiana Oil Company. Mr. C. bonds of matrimony. Their many Promptly filled. .Country Weekly as an Auxilary to H. Frith and 'Ben Pike returned friends extend to them, hearty conimprovements." A dance from Louisville Wednesday. gratulations, aud wish them confollowed and we had the pleasure tinued happiness through their voy Come to the Fair next week. :of meeting some of Kentucky's age of life. GO TO- f Mrs. L. B. Parsons and Miss Alma most beautiful women. The OrWhat A Tale It Tells. chestra's iine music, and the white Newland, of Lebanon Junction, are visituig- Mrs. JohnNewland. Miss If that mirror of yours shows a skirts of light and beautiful dancers, "'"i i -- w 'put devilment in my heel, and Berda Hilton is visiting friends wretched, sallow complexion, a IT WILL appeal to your intent and relatives in Elliott. Illinois. ' - once in livy life, I really jaundiced look, moth patches aud wanted to KY. ' gence. uurhcnooioegau a onuayiast, wun blotched on the ikin. it' d liver IT WILL clean all impurities from "trip the light fantastic." 4 A,i . ilJ. :.'. v. T,.1... it but Dr. Kin g's New Life for Everything in On the next morning, the edicors juaiuia juicing aim .uik, tt.i... the skin. i Jiurman.as teachers. With these nilIs recuhtte tuelbcrr- - vl fy tlie IT WILL purify the blood and Dry Goods, ;agaiu assembled at the Morton Clothing, Boots and Shoes ana General '"opera house to hold their business two at the helm, we may look tor-- blood, give clear skin, rosy cheeks, liVcr. Merchandise rich complexion. Only 25c at all IT WILL cure kidney trouble. session. President R. M. Brown ward to a good school. Our town is again flooded, with Druggists drug store. read a very fine article on the Ken- IT WILL make beautiful complexBEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES. tucky Press Association, after picture men. Mr. 12. J. Ham, who ion. To Save Her Child which the following officers v;re represents the L. L May Seed Co., From frightful disfiguremet Mrs. IT WILL cure rheumatism. elected for the next year: Presi- - is at home for the fair. Mr. Joe Nannie Galleger, of La Grange, IT WILL relieve ladies of irregu ' dent, Harry McCarty, of the Jes- - Watters, of the Lincoln Democrat, Ga., applied larities. Bucklen'a Arnica was here Monday. Miss Ella Dunn samine Journal; Salve to great sores ou her head IT VILL relieve ladies of monthly .Mr. Thos. G. Watkius, of the returned home Tuesday, from a and face, and writes its quick cure pains. .... aud FUNERAL DIRECTOR. Secretary, Mr. R. visit to relatives in Daiiville. J no. exceeded all her hopes. J.X. works IT WILL cure catarrh. Mt. Vernon, Ky. E. Morningstar, of the Bowling Wallen, who has been wprking for wonders in Sores, Bruises, Skin IT WILL cure constipati.on." --.y Green Times, and Assistant Secre- - me wrougnt iron Kange (Jo., 111 Eruptions, Cuts, Burns, Scalds and IT WILL free the system of totary, Mr. J. B. Wallace, of the Miss., is at home for a few days, Piles. bacco. 25c Cure guaiauteed by Warsaw Independent. On mo- - and he is also papa again. IT WILL give new life to .every all druggist. tion of Sectetary, Morningstar, a Mrs. J. W.Tate, who has', been organ. It Dazzles The World. committee was appointed to draft visiting relatives at Jellico, returnIT WILL cure the worst colds No discovery in medicine has evresolutions and also select a pres ed home Monday. Mr. Coleman, IT WILL relieve the system of the er created one quarter of the excite ent for Mr. J. H. Riuggold, of the representing the Royal Wheel Co. , effects of liquor. FINE HEARSE Attached. Can merit that has, been caused by Dr. IT & N., which is to be paid for by was in our little town Monday. I. WILL relieve all congestions; lurnish Motalic Caskets and liavo King's tie Association and to cost about The Surveyors for the Southern ption. New Discovery for Con sum IT WILL give you a better bath Embalming done on short notice. It's severest tests have been $75. as a token of their apprecia- Railroad, are now camped at this Come and see me, anything I havenot got can get for you on first ...than any water on earth. on hopeless victims of Consumption for the mauy Courtises ex place. From t;he present indicaIT WILL be endorsed by every train that leave the city. tended. At 11 o'clock, the tions, it will not be long until, we tion, Pneumonia, Hemmorrage. honest physiciau. by wire Promptly Pilled, OR Pleurisy and Bronchitis, thousands L. & N. sent a special train to will be able to hear, the whistle of For Sale By carry the party over to the St. Ber- the great Southern trains as they of whom it has restored to perfect J. P. LECHLEIER, nard Mines, at Earlington, where approach our little village. "Can health. For Coughs, Colds Asthma, M.T. Vernon. Ky. we saw and met the Chesterfield dy" Jim Owens opeiied up a first Croup, Hay Fever, Hoarseness aud Whooping Cough it is the quickest 6fmen, "Bill" Sheridan, who never class meat market Thursday. a ' surest cure in the world. Ii, is sold forgot a friend in all his life. Sheri A Gallon ot PUItE LINSEED OIL mixed by all druggists, who guarantee sat wiin gauon 01 dan is the very picture of health Astounded TiieiEditor. g1n nu1WM3MBp II and as usual, was in hunt of a real ' Edior S. A. Brown, o( Beunetts-ville- , islaction or , refund mauey. Large S. C, was once) immensely bottles 50c and $1.00. Trial bottles good, jolly time. We also met our s old friend Jack Lawrence there, surprised. "Through long suffer- free ing from Dyspepsia," he writes, . looking hale and hearty. The St. 'x Bernard Mines has the largest out- - my wile was greatly run dowu. B QSG&SBBBaBm I tZU" yui 01 uiiuiuinous coal, ot any She had no strength or vigor and K makes 2 calloni of tlio vrr.v best Paint Then the baby is most like- 'mines in Kentucky. There in suffered great distress from her in tho would ly nervous, and fretful, and true old Kentucky style, a delight- stomach, but she tried Electric Bit- I doesn't "2&n in weight. , ful dinner was served, after which, ters which helped her at once, and, czar" jj EsMlsfoei we returned to- - Madisonville and alter using four bottles, she is enOils, ,0RK WAD!, FiB Hawmau mado completed all arrangements for our tirely well, can eat anything. It's a is the best food and medicine ; lJSSa-MATiniALs-su- chPaint isnil of tlio jiest of na Cood pnlntcrswo. babies. They ; and is eround thick, vehy thick. No trouble to for triptlirougli the Rockies to Salt a grand tonic, aud its gefitle laxa a gain teething start. ) J "' U U th0 FMMO.Y 8KN8I) from tlie SmKJ'??J!2 Lake City. At ten o'clock Friday tive qualities are splendid for torpid PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. Send for a free sample., : SCOTT 8: HOWNli, ChemUtK, Tenrl Street, rf7) nignt, we mounted a tram of Pull- liver." For Indiirestion. Loss of LS A New YorV.. m. 50c. ami f i.oo; all druggists. man sleepers, pulled by a special Appetite, Stomach and Liver WM ZjWfo eugiue furnished by the L. & N. troubles it's a positive, guaiauteed mot to Crack. Blister. Peel or !mi r.HAM3IAIirAINTCO.,St.I.ouU,Jtto. and left for St. Louis. There we cure. Only 50c at, all Druggist. Sold and guaranteed by were met by a reception cemniittee, WATCHMAKER, which escorted us to the beautiful THED Mt. Vernon, Ky. park, iu which' will bo. held the I DO all kinds repairing, gold and Worlds Fair in 1903, where we 6. Yemen, For Infantsrmd Children. your Houses insured in tho OLD silver soldering neatly done: rings wt a most excellent break-l"bNew York Underwriters The Kind You Hkve Always Bought cut fit. Eyes tested aud glasses which fitted, Francis, of Mis- Agency. , Kenliocky, "jjr Call at my shoo, nt WmIpd'c oun nau llart prepared for us. We Boars tho sfTs) . "" Signature of drugstore. nnd have vour work iiaci only a two hours t ' stav iu St. Call tit Signal Office, neatly done, at reasonable prices. EiWj, im. -- Mr. Edgar Edwards, of Gum Mr. Nation, whose wife was the "noted" Carrie Nation, has found Sulphur, was the guest of Miss ' Prkss Trip. Vacation we need- it impossible to bear everything that Mollie Brown, Sunday. Mr. James Brown is erecting an ed and vacation we took. On the confronts him. ami has at last Mrs. addition to his dwelling, which brought suit fordlvorce. uioruiny of August 1st, Capt. Rose, artr. First National Capital Bank. ' I Yim n that took off all my hair. I purchased a bottle or Ayer's Hair Vigor and It brought ail my hair back again." W. D. Qulnn, Marseilles, 111. mre evT7 sirlmess Stock, 5100,000. OF STANFORD, KY. Surplus, $180,40.76 DIRECTORS: DAN NIK OWENS UNDERTA KER up-to-da- te fifteen-year-ol- Caskets, Coffins, Robes Etc. BRODHEAD, KENTUCKY -- VTTl-r--- " ::'' JONAS MCKENZIE MT. VERNON, -a- WKV-j-rofible; , " . Vice-Presiden- t, WILLIS GRIFFIN Practical Undertker . , . Stock Complete DERS THE PEOPLE'S- P& . DRUGSTORE!! 11 'T c. c V 3 & CO. DRUGS PATENT MEDICINES, , Scott's 5 l'nrUy?M-?,lbl'!r- S$$Jl$ n Perfumes, Stationery, te Cigars, Tobacco, Paints, TOILET ARTICLE! -- S.C. FRANKLIN, CASTOR A WESLEY, FYrk NSURANCE RE-LIABL- . t, Kx-Go- , ! &. LurjTJUA HAVES. ALBRIGHT, e. E r I 4 AGENT., -Mt Vernon, Ky. V . uiXtifAr.Js. .raattoLaAsWri 'v fiks&2!tf&k r A ' W v. u P w Go to the Brodhrad Fair next city marshal of Held Over. Hiram Faning " in town Tuesday. week. Cheap rates om the railroad. was tried Wednesday in the County KENTUCKY. Judge Alcorn and Mr. Robert The iJ&'Nl will' sell tickets for Court for shooting into the North Mt. Vkknon, Ky., Aug'.'. 16, rooi. Hardin are the visiting attorneys $1 75 round trip td Cincinnati, bound passenger Suuday morning today. COME tomorat Pine Hill and held to answer be I"" attending the special term of court. Saturday night. row. COME any time. fore the grand jury imthe sum of Dr. M. Pennington reports At Q. But for your own in Conclavr. Remember the one- YhemT Payne, who has been veryasick half fare round trip over the L. & N. $500 which he failed to give and terest, be sure to come. W. wis committed to j DON'T BUY FROM US until) with fever, very much, improved. to Louisville August 27th. Brown assisted Judge CqIyer in the you've looked around, if you preCol. W. J. Sparks, Capt. B. N. I LouievLLc & machvillc n. n. co. Droppkd Dkad. Mrrf. Mitchell prosecution, while L. . Bethurum fer it that way, but in any event Roller and special agent J. A. , . . Norton dropped dead, of heart represented the defe nfiant. Funing don't fail to see US before youjl TIME TABLE. ChappeJ went to Louisville MonCORRECTED JiACH WUEIy 11 V trouble Tuesday afternoon, at her was also tried for d rawing Ins pis- C. H. FRITH. 34 north.. . 11.05 a m day. V tol in the coach-onwas fined $50, Wc will save You Time and Money home ut Level Green. 36 north t lu Rolled Oats, Arbuckles Coffee, 1:31 a in Mrs Sam Hooker, of Russelville, and 10 days imprisonment in the Can goods, 830.- -2 ?.c Married. Miss Fannie Drew county jail. Ktep sober boys and Sc. ' 33 south Lion Coffee. 1:57 p ip arrived at Stanford Tuesday, to 25 South, XXXX Coffee, 1:45am vis't her sister Mis. M. C. Wil- and Wesley A. Abney were mar leave your pistols at home. ried Wednesday at the residence of Oood Green Coffee, Tas. Landruji, Agent. liams. iqc to CLOTHING, SHOES, J. C. Carmical, who performed the Mounce Case. The damage HATS, DRY GOODS, Flour N. S. per bbl, Miss Alma Ncwland returned to , Emrtd at the llt.Vtraj Hjr., ceremony. at suit of Allen Mouuce against the AND NOTIONS. Fiour Mt. Belle, $4.00 her home in Brodhead Tuesday, ona.claii mnll matter L. & N. R. R. Co., for injuries to Flour Plain Family, after a visit to relatives at Cedar A COI.D IN ONE DAY. TO'CURK We Pol Ydu Dn Top Granulated Sugar, 16 lbs $1.00 MASONIC Creek. 'Take' 'Laxative 'Bromo Quinine Wm. Mounce, which resulted in his death, was begun last Tuesday Light Brown Sugar, Ashand Lodge No. (MO muels 2nd Miss Bessie Turley, a bright and Tablets. All druggists refund the You all 61ie Syrups per gallon, 17 lbs.$.op 10 A in. in the Circuit Court. The follow- By 2e11in 30c money if iffatls'to cure. E'. W. CrMT VIMINOX It A. CtlAPriMt, Xo. accomplished young lady, of Riching gentlemen; Thomas Mink. J. J. 10c ,7 Cakes of' D. Boone Soap, 140, Mi:nTS every l'OUUTII MONDAY mond, is the guest of Mrs. W. J. Grove's signature is on each box ' Cummins, W. C. Burdett, J, D. Coal Oil best per gallon, 18c nt 2 ji. m. 25CtS. v Sparks. Pennington, Andrew Baker, John BETTER GOODS 'Calico best Grades, 5c Deputy Collector W. T. Short CHURCHES.4 ,Drad. Mrs.. Wm. Meadows, A. Sigman, Wm. White, . P. MulAT LOWER PRICES ILL PAY HIGHEST price Christian Holds services 1st &3rl Sunda) was in Brodhead Monday looking mother of John Meadows, of Pine lins, W. F. Cress, , B. A. Riddle, FOR COUNTRY PROat 11 a. 111. ridatC:30 p. in. after some matters connected Twith Hill, diedTuesday and DUCE. was buried W. A. Owens, G. W. Brown, Were GET ELSEWHERE. Presbyterian Holds services on the 2nd his office. Wednesday. Funeral services were accepted to try the case, after and 4th dund.ty, morning mid (veiling. Mr. Will Brown, of the law firm held at. the family residence con- which Judge Williams' stated the Baptist Church Services on the Second Wesley, Brown and Brown, of Saturday night and Sunday. Suuday of ducted by the Rev. J. C. Carmical. cause of Mr. Mouuce and Judge 3chool at 9 a every Sunday. I'rayer Somerset, is spending a few days Alcorn presented the side of the meeting on Tuesday nights. at the. Crab Orchard Springs. Attempted Suicide. Mrs. Jas. Company. As soon as the testiiiiRusse! Dillion, with his two little Lawernce attempted suicide Satur- mony is all in Judge Morrow will PERSONALS boys was on Monday's train moving day last, jjy taking fifteen grains of send the jury to view the yards at back to Livingston. We welcome blue vitrol. It was soon discover-ed- . Livingston, where young Mounce E. B. Cox has fever. THE man who says that, forgets that painting properly done what she had done, and Dr. was killed. The case will then be this most excellent family back to is economy, and. the fact is he can't afford NOT to paint. George, Lawrence was called in argued by Hon. Robt Harding, of Mrs. W. T. Short has been very our county. HOW often you require to paint is largely dependent upon sick this week. and soon brought relief. She is Danville, and C. C. Williams, for the paint you use. i aiproving rapidly. LOCAL John Magce was up from Living the plaintiff, and Judge Alcorn and ston yesterday. -0 J. W. Brown, for the defendant. Caught. Wade Smith, son of Mrs. D. N. Williams is numbered Dead. The d They are the most economical paints you can use, Thomas Smithf was caught stealing out last others. among the sick this week. child ofG. W. Gentry, died SaturLIVINGSTON because they cover most and wear longest. Add to this their good com from 'the field ,bf G. W. Tread John Mullins was iu town Tues- day morning and was buried Suuappearance, and you have perfect paints THE SHERMAN-WILLIAM- S 0 way bn Cove Branch. He was day, wearing a' 'white" hat. day. PAINTS. Capt. Matlock is again on his tried Tuesday morniug4beiore the Mit Hackney was down from They are made for many different kinds of painting. WhatThE latest novelty was a young County Judge aud held to answer run into this place. jellico the middle of the week. ever it is you want to paint a house, or anything in or out of the" American 7 or 8 years old, with his before the grand jury in the sum of Mrs. R. P. Pike, of Brodhead, house we make the right paint for that particular purpose not one Neal Parrett and family are visit- bottle of h "Kentucky Dew,1' having $250 bond which he failed to give is visiting relatives here. slap-dasmixture for all. BarSOLD BY ing friends at Berca this week. a glorious hie, time on Main St. and was committed tolfthe care of C. 11 FRITH. Miss Nannie Callahan, of McKee, Mr. B. P. Martin came up from BRODHEAD. KY. ' Jailer Griffin. is with her aunt, Mrs. John FarmRowland Wednesday afternoon. For Sale or Rent. My house er. Call on .. lurs. iumiuu rcrguwu wus re- and lot in Mt. Vernon Ky. Here They Are. At the re-THEMr. aud Mrs. E. A. Pike have reported very seriously ill, Wednes- or address. publican primary, heldjn this' counday. turned from a visit to friends at R. H. LlVESAY, ty yesterday, the ;fpllowing canAMERICAN Miss Ella Dunn, of Brodhead, Aug. Mt. Vernon. Ky. didates, were nominated for the Aliston. m attended the Danville Fair last (Incorporated.) Drummer, J. E. Singleton has c STOPS THE COUGH AND WORKS various office?: . , week. CAPITAL STOCK $ 25,000 0Q returned trom a trip to Pulaski Judge, S. D. Lewis, OVV THE COLD. ft - . RESERVE SURPLUS Charley Carson, of Stauford, weut , 25,000 Oti county. Tablets Attorney', L? W. Bethurum Laxative Bromo-Quiuiu- e to Liberty with the, Mt. Vernon AMOUNT PAID COUPON HOLDERS Op Mrs. John Farmer is visiting her .. .' ", cure a cold in one day. No cure Sheriff, II. ,. Tate, Band boys. Address all correspondence to ', parents Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Clerk, M. C. Miller, ..tyJ Mr. W. M. Fields paid this office no pay. Price 25 cents. Jailer, J W. Parsons, . j$ ; a very pleasant call while iu town Correction. In last week's is- Assessor, J. W. Kirby,. . s Geo. Pike is going to house Weduesday. LEXINGTON, KY. sue appeared a statement that Will School Supt, G., M. Ballard'. keeping in Dr. Cooper's new house GOOD TERMS TO FIRST CLASS AGENTS, Tyree Gentry and Johu D. Milon High street. ler, L. & N. brakemeu, are spend- Pike, of Livingston, was fined one Surveyor, S. Nt Davis,r cent and the cost for breach of the ing a few days with hoinefolks. The Rev. Dr. Stuckey, of this ' Good Man. In Friday's issue peace. The name should have Mrs. R. E. Thompson and chil-- . been Milt Pike instead of Will of the Interior Journal appeared a place, visited Brodhead Sunday School, Sunday last. FOR drcn, of Lancaster, are visiting Pike. good picture and splendid write-up- , her mother, Mrs. W. M. Poynters Mr. James Southard has returnof that sterling gentleman, Mr. ATT Irinrlo Ul Staple and Fnncy Groceries, Dry Goods Mrs. W. T. Short, who recently Isaac Herrin, who is the democratic ed from Turners Station, where he JALL, and Notions. Boots and hoes, and all Attorneys E. K. Rawlings, of returned from a visit to her parents nominee for Jailer of Lincoln. While has been visiting his sister. goods found in a gcnoral'storc Danville, and W. R. Williams, of Mrs. Smith and sou, from DayJUST by the'Depot MT VERNON, KY. Lancaster, attended court here this in Arkansas, brought back with Mr. Herrin has rather a strong opher a sweet potato, which measur- position, vet. it is a foregone con- ton, Ky., are visiting Mrs. Margaret week. ed ten inches in circumference and clusion, that owing to his own per- Sambrook, at the Sambrook hotel. :&3G$3C& I Mrs. Summcts Roberts and weighed two pounds and two sonal worth and high stauding, that Mrs. H. C, Thompson and son, Miss Lillie, of Danville, daughter, ounce; it was raised by her father he is sure of the office to which, he Clay, of Altamont, were guests ot are guests of Judge and Mrs. G. last year and has kept so well that aspires. Here is wishing Mr. Mcsdames Sue Mullins aud J. F. W. McClure. it looks as though it was dug only Herrin success, and hoping that his OF THE Cooper. J. E. Houk was up from Living- a few days ago. The editor had majority, will be as large as it is Mesdames W. T. Merimee, Sue ston Wednesday, and told us that the pleasure of devouring, the larg- possible to make it. Mullins, and J. N. Bunn attanded he. was getting along nicely, with er portion of it. Reduction. ;The following re- the burial, ot Mr.". Wm. Meadows, his new store. passenger ductions have been made on coal at Pine Hill Wednesday. Shot. Capt. Delph, Mrs. C. D. Powell, of Lancaster, Dr. aud Mrs. Cooper were called came yesterday afternoon to see conductor of the L. & N., while rates, by the L. & N.: From WILL BE HELD ON THEIR GROUNDS AT her sister, Mrs. W. T. Short, who helping to uuload the coffin for Stonega, Va., from $1,45 to $1,20; to Crab Orchard Weduesday on acis very sick. Mrs. Meadows at Pine Hill Tues- from Jellico, from $1,25 to 80 cts., count of the serious illness, of Mrs. ay' W. H. Pettus is looking after the day night, let his pistol fall from from Grays, from, from $1,25 to Coopers father, Mr. Qhas Redd". first 60 cts., Pittsburg, from 90 cts. to L. & N's. affairs, for a few days, his pocket, firing; the ball Mrs. Susie Mullius is still makwhile agent J. A. Landrum is tak- struck the side of the car and glanc- 60 cts., and Pine Hill, from 60 cts ing improvements on High street. ing, struck him iu the breast in- to 25 cts, per ton. The purpose, Several new houses have just been ing a little rest. Mrs. W. W. Grimes returned flicting rather a painful but not of the company, in making fliese completed. Let the good work go CffirONE Fare for the Round Rrip From all points on the! Capt. Delph was low rates, is to encourage a greater on, and our quiet little town, will from a visit to relatives in Madison, serious wound, L.'&N. Railroad. & Saturday night, and left for Cincin- taken on to Livingston, where he, consumption of coal at the local soon be a city. RE AT improvements are being made and every yat once secured the splendid aid of stations., .by giving consumers ' nati this morning. Mrs George Reynolds, Misses W JJ convenience, that will insure you three days-oft Dr. Cooper. cheaper coal, and at the same time Charley Whitehead writes his & affording a wider Market, for the Clara and Lena Griffin, Laura ft profitable enjoyment. New Store at Livingston. brother, Bert, from Williamsburg, Cummins and Vinnie' Pike, and mines along the road, whose profree on shade on the Grounds are better, that he is geHing along nicely, The substantial firm of Messrs duction has greatly increased over Messrs Egbert Hayes and Andy Grounds, Perfect order will be preserved a'nl care taken to with his new position and is well Houk & Adams, two clever gentle- farmer vears. Howel, attended church at Gallomake this Fair one of the best in the history ot the Asso- sociation. COME and snend three days ,vith us and learn that men at this place, have purchased the ways Suuday last. pleased. Rockcastle county is rapidly coining to the ftont iti Agriculture, The fresh air children, of CinBrodhihd Fair: On Mrs. W. P. Lincoln stopped off store house and large stock of good stock raising and all other industries. commences the Brod- cinnati, are getting" along nicely, Tuesday on her return from Grays of Fields & Browning, of Living ston, the consideration being in the head Fair. This Is the sixth an- especially the baby, at Mrs. Stuck-ey'h 3f Station to her home in Louisville neighborhood of $6,000. Messrs nual exhibition of the association, enjoyed the picnic, They all to speud a few days with Mrs. J. ELL 'EM THE W. Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Willis Houk & Adams, will still coutiuue aud will unquestionably be the! given Thursday by Mesdames a TELEPHONE WILL KENTUCKY FAIR DATES. to handle an immense stock of goods best they have ever had. They Moore, Sambrook and Graves. MANSMIT Adams, here as well as Livingston, They offer liberal premiums in every deBrodhead, August 21 3 days. W. M, Fowler aud Miss Maud Mrs. B. P. Martin and pretty are thoroughly live business men, 1 This is one of our Clark, daughter, of Senator Clark, Shelbyville, August 274 days. partment. from Mt. daughters, Misses Bessie and Anna, liberal and enterprising and such days. greatest county enterprises, and of McKee, eloped to Jellico Tues- Bardstown, September Vernon to Wilreturned to their home at Rowland men are always a boom to a town. for ir to succeed in a way, September 10 4 liamsburg, Bar- that will day night and were married. Elizabethtown, days. Suuday, after a weeks' visit to her Mr. Houk, the Junior member of' benefit the county, the people They returned to Livingston and Bowling Green, September 10 5 bourville, Cor-bi... pl.n mother, Mrs. Nancy Proctor. n win iitciiiiu ....ll luauuuc ;he store at ' nlust leud their support in order to have taken rooms ut the Mullins Londop, days. W. C. Mullius, Jas Hilton, Jas- Livingston, and Mr. Adams, the make that success, A large, crowd Springfield, September n 4 days. Ilazel Patch, Hotel. Glasgow, September 18 4 days. Livingston, Pino Hill, Urush per Durham, Tho? Farley, G. D. Senior member, will always greet ' ti,e fitst dav. tne second dav and Louisville Interstate Fair, Sep- Oeek, (Cook, B. N. Roller, Dick Hamp- - you with a smile, at their big store the last day is what the association Langford, tember 23 12 days. ton, George Mouuce, Allen Mounce, on Mam Street. We are glad to justiy atld pr0pertv deserves. Brodhead, VabdxLevelG reen, Horse Cave, September 26 4 days. Will Pike aud E. Fishback were see this indication of prosperity Public enterprise is what we need Yrcrzrz llanford. Orab Orchard, StanLondon, September n 3 days. up from Livingston Tuesday to at- and hope it may continue with andfchalwe inust have in order .to r'Frt.iH.)nvcryboJ 0; u,0 rmiiitu Barbmirville. September 4 3 days. ford. Lancaster and all contra! UXat.v'C lfcfttJQl.lUme :" '' ' H artiord. 1 Vt bc; dJ) v them. tend the Mouuce.damage suit. KiUti! ' H'lifx'lt low ntM'fl, bu.'duv bur count v - Mt. Vernon Signal liAJJ k ' A - FRITH It W cop al.J. fay Run jftcr You W Low Pripes and High Qualities, d J . Big Bargains in I2c Poit-offi- iec-- A Siftur-tin- Botai. 1 J-- w 111 i - TO Paint." fourteeu-niouths-ol- The Sherman Williams paints h i6-2- t. INVESTMENT COMEY, ,,200,000 ,- .. rit' . , Sand-linofBere- HOME OFFICE, Go To A. BRYANT'S"" lilimb nf i33JCC3CX TH :3fcX&. UAL FAIR -- Rockcastle County Fair Association Brodhead, Ky., !S"y' August 21, 22 and 23, 1901. w ifb f ICE-WATE- R ; s s. ,pe$c$&x3 35 SpPKi ipyiossage VI (. ... Bagt!9i3i n, vtl-jio- , I -- I vf.i w r ..iJtinjtcrss5.'a-a.i?CTjavoraiag- rr Miller House, ' COURT CALENDAR. day in each month. October. WHAT IS A KISS. HUGH MILLER, Prop'r. J o Insurance of all Some years t ago the following quence and truth Second Mon definitions of a kiss were published, Robert L. Taylor, of Tennessee, at all trains.-- e day in February, Fourth Mouday the greatest lecturers on the in May and Third Monday in Sep and they are here reproduced, be- one of tember. ing considered well worth the space American platform, Is worthy of a Mt Vernon Police Court; The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which lias been. given them, says the Cincinnati wide circulation, and we publish it Iu uso for over 30 years, has homo tho signature of Thtrd Monday in each month. with pleasure for our readers: Enquirer: . and has been inndo under his per- t" A kiss is an insipid and tasteless "I sat in the great theater in the M. sonal supervision Hineo its infancy. L. O. !s morsel, which becomes deliciotip- national capitol. It was thronged WAfTX euc'U'V. Allow no 0110 to deceive you iu this. arc but All Counterfeits, Imitations and" and delectable in proportion as it with youth aud beauty, old age and TOSRPH COFFEY, PROPR., 24, Experiment!) that trifle with and endanger tho health of is flavored with love. wisdom. I saw a man, the image Stanford, Ky., MT. VERNON, KY. Infants and Children Experience ngainxt Experiment. The sweetest fruit on the tree of of his God, stand upon- - the stage, Tuesday Specially equipped for traveling jSTMKETS: Every love. The oftener plucked the and I heard him speak. His ges1st and 3rd. week, 2:30 p. 111. 2nd more abundant it grows. men, Sample room on first floor. tures were the perfection of grace, and 4th. week. 7:30 p. m. A thing of use to no one, but his voice was music, and ilia .lanBath rooms free to guests Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare Mrs. NANNIE C. ALBRIGHT, much prized by two. guage was more beautiful thau auy fforic. Drops and Hootuuijr Syrups. It in Pleasant. It Rates. $2.00 per day. Lady Cost. coutAliis neither Opium, Morphine uor other Narcotic The baby's right, the lover's I had ever heanSNfroiu mortal lips. Miss BESSIE M. HOUK, gubHtaucc. Its ago Is its guarantee. It destroys Worma privilege. The parent's benisou He paiuted picture after picture .of Lady Rec. Kkei sad allays Pcvcrishness. It eurci Diarrhoea and Wind aud the hypocrite's mask. pleasures aud joys, and sympathies Colic. It relieves Teething- Trouble, cures Constipation That which you cannot give with- of home. He enthroned love aud soul Plaiulcncy. It atixlmilates tho Pood regulates the out taking, aud cannot take with preached the gospel of humanity Stomach aud Bowels, giving: healthy and natural Bleep. F. FRANCISCO, Propr. The Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Priend. out giving. like an angel. Then I saw him Venuip Tejilp Ho. Located at the DepotcoS The food by which the flame of dip his brush into the ink of morALWAYS GENUINE MT. VERNON, KY., love is led. KY tal blackness aud blot out the The flag of truce in the petty beautiful picture he had paiuted. I Livery Bears tho Signature of Attached MEETS every 1st. and 3rd. MonGood wars of courtship and marriage. saw him stab love dead at his feet. I day in each mouth, 7:30 p. m. Day and Night Meet all Trains, The acme of agony to a bashful saw him blot out stars and Hie sua. GEO. S. GRIFFIN, Com. Traveling Men and Railroad man. and leave humanity and Uie earth (-&ZARCH FURNISH, Rec. Keep. men Solicited. Will &Y The only known "s'mack" that iu eternal darkness agd tctoal for all trains. will calM a storm. death. J sav iaitn, like$Jiesercut M.L-MYERS- , A telegram to the heart in which of olrt, wona himself tuto the parathe operator uses the "sounding'" dise of human hearts and by his o & system. seductive eloquence aud subtle deMt. Vernon, Ky. Years. In Use For Over MONUMENTAL WORKS, Nothing divided between two. vices or sophistry, auject his fatal Rice property. OFFICE At the THCMnilll OOHNH. TT MURRAY aVacCT. NEW YORK CITV. Not euetigh for one, just enough venom, under whose blight its Brodbead, Ky, Phone No. 3S. for two, too much for three. flowers faded its aiusic was hushand Marble Monuments d acThe only agreeable ed, its sunshine was darkened, and and Tombstones. P. A. PenmnRtoti, D. D. S.; M. D tion under the sun, or the moon, its soul was ieft a desert waste with ALL WORK FIRST-CLASeither. e the .craves of faith and SATISFACTION GIVENOENTST, The sweetest labial of the world's hope. J sa'8iim lite a lawless to N W Cor. Third and Chestnut Sts. language. and trratictaotaor, wttjfout orbit, At freJpVent intervals dur LOUISVILLE. KY. A woman's most effective argu- sweep across Jk autcUactual sky, ing 1901, round trip Will be at Miller House. Mt ment, whether to cajole the heart brffiiatft vnly la its .sclfcousuuiing ckets will be sold via the of a father, control the humors of a re, gencratod fey Xriclaoa with the ernon during all Circuit Courts. Oattan Tielt Route. husband or console the griefs of Judeslructihlc and eternal truths of (j jj QCrTorn Cairo and childhood. God. Thai man was the archangel TO- s&Mempnis to points of infidelity, aud I said: How true Something rather dangerous, PAN-AMERICSf;inArkansas, Louis- B'Hh Something rather nice, is holy writ, which declares that Something rather wicked na, Texas, and the fool has said in his heart DENTIST, Though it can't be called a vice, Indian and Okla- 'Theft is no GodV Tell me not, O Some think it naughty, bjn& infidel, there is no God, uo heaven, STANFORD, KY. Others think it wrong, . . .. Territories,.: no hell? Tell ne not, O infidel, All agree it's jolly, Though it doesn't last long. there Is aa risen Christ! What inPhono No. 48. A kiss from a pretty girl is like telligence less than Cod's could m Ivhtn you wiuld like to leave, and wt Office over Higgins & McKenney's having hot treacles poured down fashion the human body, that drives , jvlll tell .you when you tn tecure om Store. il the lowite tickets and wlurt It win those throbbing engines ot the huyour back by angels. ' iost. We will also seqd you a complete ft BEST LINE ; schedule for the trip and an hitcitsting isea'rt, sending the crimson The thunder clap of the lips. man little book. "A Trip la Tutu." which inevitably follows the light- stream of iife hounding through 'R, G. , TO every cin aud artery? Whence ning glance of the eyes. i F.R.UWTT, T.P.I, 0Ad81fik ney-at-L- a 7v A and what, if sot God, is this mys- A report at headquarters. UMAUM, 4 P.jM T.i. SLUth,lk MT. VERNON. KY. Everybody's acting edition of tery we xail "miud?' What is it that thinks, and feels, and plans, IfirOFFICEon Church St., Op- "Romeo and Juliet." What the child receives free, and acts, O, who can deny the diposite Court House. what the young man steals aud the vinity that stirs within us? God is everywhere aud is iu everything. old mau buys. R. JL The drop that runneth over when His mystery is in every bud, aud Nearest Conrect Guesses on the Tot.-- Vote of Ohio on November S, Information cheerfully furATTORNEY-AT-LAblossom, and leaf, aud tree; in xjoi, will be distributed to patrons of the Weekly Enquirer, the cup of love is full. nished on application at City Ticket ai follows: Kentucky Office "BIG FOUR," No. 213 Mt. Vernon, - That 111 which two heads are every rock. audJiill, and mountain; fror Noarost Corroct Guoso ftaonri ioTOFFICE Up stairs iu old better than one. iu every spring, and rivulet, and For Second Nearest Corroet Guobq Fourth Avenue, or write 10 3.000 " Third " " " brick hotel opposite Court house. 1.500 i Vnurth 1 uc rustic ot tns wings river. is l.OOO .Special attention given to colS. J. GATES, " Aug. 16. The in every zephyr, his might is in Fifth Louisville, Ky, 60O M " " lections. Sixth eyes of the public are centered ou General Agent, 400 " " " Seventh 30O this citv as the meeting place of every tempest. He dwells in the Louisville, Ky. Next 20 each $100 amouutiuirto.. ( a.ooo dark, pavilion of every storm cloud. ' .. the knights Templar Triennial Con" 100 " " 50 6,000 C. C. 41 " 200 ' " 20 Uuiformed The lightuiugis his messenger, clave. August 27-- 30 5,000 " 1,000 " .. " 10 Sir Knights to the' number of and the thunder is his voice. 10,000 Attorney-at-LaHis " 3,000 " " ti 16.300 25,000 are expected from every awful tread is iu every earthquake Alotal of 4,387 prizes, amountlnc to MT VISKNON', ICY iB6,6o5 section of the Union. The official The In case of tie guesses, prize equally divided. flOTOFFICE. - On 2nd. floor of programme has been announced and on every angry ocean. Contest closes November j, 1901. heavens above us teem with his The Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Church and a week full of pleasure is asThe Total Vote of Ohio in Twenty myriads of shiuiug witnessesthe street. Special attention given sured the city's guests. ISO-- ' 1S91 was 795,631 thousand Templars and too bauds universe or solar systems whose 1,030,107. to collections. 1802 " 1807 S01.625 864,03 of music are expected to appear iu wheeling orbs course the crystal 10B3 " 835,604 1808 703,16 1800 776,81 lUii 030,873 the parade on Tuesday morning, dread halls ol eternity, the glory 1885 " 1900 840,008 G. W. Mcclure. 1,040,121 J. W. Brown. Augus 27. The line of inarch and power and dominion of the all- Guess what it will be in 1901. McCLURE & BROWN lies through about four miles of the wise, omnipotent, aud eternal finest streets in the citj . Wednes- God." -day will be devoted to the competiAn additional prize of $6,000 for any person making an exactly correct Mt. Vernon, Ky. tive drills. Local jewelers now guess. If there be more than one exactly correct guess, the $6,000 to be AH business entrusted to our care have on display the prize trophies Settled Amaicahly. An agree- equally divided among them. will receive prompt attention five iu number, of an aggregate ment has at last b'reu reached beThe Conditions are: $1.00 for a year's subscription to tho Woekly TO' Enquirer ontitles such subscriber to one guess. Office room No. 8 iu the old Brick value of $7,600. A number of tween the consolidated Presbyterian 10.00 for ten yearly subscriptions secures ton sruesaes. Hotel. S10.00 for ono subscription ton years secures ton guesses. society belles from various cities of University nt Danville, and .the No commissions or extra guesses. For further particulars see Weeklf local committee relative to the Kentucky have been named as Enquirer. Send all orders to ENQUIRER COMPANY, Cincinnati, O. tS? maids of honor for the conclave school property here. According ball at the Horfe Show Building to this agieement the grounds aud on Thursday night. Excursion buildings, with the exception of In effect Sunday, May 19th Firt- - nt OnfMiiit, Ind. caused a White Man Turned Yeu.ow rates trom all Tennessee, Indiana the Chauce'lor's residence and the loss 01 The new train will leare St. Louis )i. Great consernation was felt by 9.00 a. in. daily the eveuiug train A full and complete stock. All and Kentucky points- - will bring residence formerly occupied by the friends of M. A. Hogarty of Tlii : o'iuI chef aud five cooke to same points, 10. 10 p.m. daily Templars and their friends to the Prof. Wilson, at the northeastern extremity of the catnpur, are to at the Ki'v'- - palace in Madrid Lexington, Ky., when they saw he Through .sleeping car service be- orders filled promptly. Motto: city in large numbers. The Grand His skin was turning yellow. tween St. Louis, San Francisco and Commandery of Kentucky Tem the local aluuuu aud to be turned went n i nki. slowly changed tiolor, also his ewes, Northwestern poiuts. Only line Best goodb and lowest prices. plars will have headquarters in the over to n hoard of 18, composed of luliiiuini Z United and he suffered terribly. His malthat does a twice daily. Custom House, where the State's Madison county citizens, to have Slaic- - Cuu n t Soli gen, Gerra-nlExcursion tickets now on sale. A. ady was Yellow Jaundice. He was reputation for hospitality will be and to hold for educational pur- ntiy. liJ mull For further information, address (Successors to Mullinv,) treated by the best doctors, but ArTangemeuts will be Hundreds of poses. R. T. G. Matthews T. P. A. Kentucky. well maintained. Livingston, Oil and Minine without benefit. Then he was advisitors to the Conclave will make made at once to open school at the Louisville Ky. i.nllard county, was vised to try Electric Bitters, the side trips to poiuts of interest in usual time in September, but as ,it Couiinii, H. C. TOVNSEND, GetiM I'.isVr wonderful Stomach and Liver rem Kentucky, Tennessee and Indiana! is so late in the season now and uo iiicuiif.i.iK'i with 900,000 capital andTkt. Agt.,St. Louis. MULLINS HOTEL- - during edy, and he writes: "After taking the week of their pilgrim- advertising or soliciting has been stock. two bottles I was wholly cured." KurnlHlied witlt Uvcry Conven- age to Louisville. No former done, the school will have to deUv It Mtf the International A trial proves its matchless i ience ncl Comfort. merit celebratiou in the history of the pend mainly ou local patronage. A Tyj) y t ,im j Union in .conven John Farmer, Prop. for all Stomach, Liver and Kidney South has attracted so many visi- prospectus will be issued later set- tion at ilvnntiiirtl am extended ite troubles. Only 50c. Sold by all Livingston, Ky. Call at tho Niruul tors from all sections of the country ting forth more definitely the plans syiiipHMit HMi Mmr support totte XV.IJLIUZ5 ollicc. Mt Vol J.tiu. Sample rooms for Commercial men. drugeists, , of the .ijcluK'l. Richmond Climux. as will be bryught.ljy this. event. Headquarters for Commercial Men. Perhai's One or More or These From the Christian Guide Terms Will Meet Your Quarterly Court. Fiist MonApproval. copy the followiug flight of day in January, April, July and from Ex-Gov. County Court. INGERSOLL aud INFIDELITY. we elo- Fourth Mon Circuit Court. The Veranda Hotel. Mt Vernon Hive, No T. - jj0ffljtfz, Just-ns-goo- d" What is CASTORIA - Hotel Frith Bodhead, ' K. O. T. M. lit 2t CASTORIA fur-ltinch- es 4UCA4M 30 wder FrariciCO DENTIST, The KM You Have Always Bought two-face- S, - new-mal- Law Rates Texas. "Big Four" AN BUFFALO ROUTE R.A, JONES EXPOSITION 1901. Indianapolis, Peoria and Chicago. t to r Williams, -- m V f 7 .. BROWN ,r "VI 'i " . m Williams, w, t Attorney atLaw, $6900 New Fast Train COLORADO PACIFIC COAST UTAH x1 Furniture and Undertaking. 4 S' 1 J. Mulins& Son. lt!iiiki-i)tlii)!- 11 y. I !'' 'JtJLi . 1'1o 1 re.: i u. & . iawiT.iWJ -' -- A d, W