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Digital page images are linked to the text file. q on1t iu4L I= i IiVOL LEXV MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY AUG 23 1901 NUMBER 48 11 TELL MY FRIENDS TO BE BRA VE AND FEARLESS AND LOYAL TO THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE II4 NEWS ITEMS 0 James Murphy a miner was drowned at Caseyville bitePat Ind A girl baby was born to the wife5 ofGv Beckham at Frankfort At Union City Ind a small boy fell under a train and his head was cutoff The second victim of the mos quito test for yellow fever in Cuba as dead WCanadas populationis 5337166- an increase of less than 10 per cent in ten years It is now estimated that Georgias cotton crop this year will amount Jio over a million bales Mr Rockhill cables that it is I probable the Chinese protocol will be signed in a few days Mayor Weaver of Louisville will swear in 150 extra policemen for tne Conclave on Tuesday The Mexican Government has decided to wage war on the gamb ling houses No more licenses will be issuedA which gathered to hang three men confined in the jail at Flemingsburg were bluffed off by the guardsIj Chief Marshal John H Leathers Su layissned the final orders for theformation of the Knights Temp lars parade The Jamaican Colonial Govern ment will guarantee interest on the establishvfment of sugar factories Mrs Lillian Barnes Allieii will sell the racing stock of Rancocas Stud Farm because she cannot race them under the Lorillard colors The steamer Islander running from Victoria to Skagway is reported to have struck an iceberg and sixtyfivepeople were lost Fire destroyed the J Wright Company plant of the American Cigar Company in Richmond Va Monday causing a loss of 200000 The movement of Knights Templars to Louisville has begun California Command ry left San Francisco Sunday in a special train It is stated that the resignation of Charles M Hays as president o the Southern Pacific Company is as sured Morse Felton president of the Chicago and Alton will take his placeAdmiral Schley held his first con sultation with his counsel in Washington and is actively engag ed in preparing his side of the ca s in anticipation of the meeting of the court of inquiry In the House of Commons Col onial Secretary Chamberlain de fended the arming of Kaffirs for use against the Boers and cited American precedents for Englands South African policy In ls report on industrial com binations in Europe the United States Industrial Commission among other conclusions S the Idea that a protective tariff is responsible for trusts L The grand jury to be called at th opening of the September term of the Franklin Circuit Court will the investigation of theI ricontinue which resulted in Gov Goebel A W Graham first vice presi dentof the Louisville and Nashville railroad died at 145 oclock Sun day afternooa at Bay View l ich rbither lie had gone a month ago wfcen his illnessfirst seized him jTbe Spanish Minister in Wash ingtcm has asked the Vice Consul at Tat for the names of the Spanish cigarmakers who werereI ce tly deported b the Citizens SQgHance Committee as leaders of the strikI A f Land Stock and Crop o of225 per Henry Schubert sold his farm near Freedom church to Green McKinney for 700 J J McCall bought of W F Monk his farm near Freedom churcb known as the Willard farm for 325 t W M Hysingr and Joe McCor mack bought 84 head of sheep prices ranging from 23 to 3cts poundA grain dealer at St Louis predicts that corn will be worthI 4 per barrel and wheat i bushel before January ist 1Tambs3l4c R W Tewmey bought 12 nice iooolb butcher cattle last week at from 3 to 4 centsHar rodsburg SayingshJoseph and Simon Weil cattle dealers purchased in Mt Sterling 500 export cattle averaging 1450 pounds for which 5 jz cents were paid They brought a total of 60000 Harrodsburg Democrat Simeon Wiel representing Nel son Morris Co of Chicago bought last week of Messrs J W and L A Ballard 50 corn fed ex- Port cattle wt 1400 pounds at 5I 2 ts of Thomas Phelps 40 head at same figure These are the first export cattle bought in Madison county this season Richmon Cli max thfiYJ L to lerBfBro 15 headof So pound shoats at Cunningh-am sold his crop of 600 bush els of wheat from 35 acres to R B Hutchcraft at 56 cents John Barbee sold his crop of 2300 bushels of wheat from 100 acres at 62 cents He has an old crop of 4000 bushels on handParis Kentuckian The Illinois department of Agriculture makes tie wheat crop 31100000 bushels The average yield was 1663 bu equal to 95 percent ofa full crop Aggregate yield about 4600000 bu larger than reported by the national de partment agriculture Yield of cornf8088000 acres or 800000 more than reported by the Washington authorities Condition 46 indicat ing 134000000 bushels From January i too 1901 there were shippod from Argentine 26 44000 bushels of wheat and 14 againse54306000 bushels of wheat an 11082000 bushels of corn during the corresponding part of 1900 Itthusappeas that during the first half of Igor the exports of con were over onethird greater than during the first half of 1900 hut the exports of wheat were consid f erably less than half as greatiEvery portion ofan animal i now used Blood and antnFertilizers The four feet will make about a pint of neat foot oil The shin bones are made into knife inteo parasolhandleswater in which bones are boiled is even utilized for making glue and the bone sawdust is sold for poultr A common idea is that reed for hogs if right must be reduced to sloppy condition The StationIIhasshown that pigs fed grain dry 0 not even moistened made betti rI gains than those fed grain mixed slopsIIt slopIfeeder may regard it as a mattepof convenience Home arid Farm t i q ff Wr- t e KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIA TION FROM KANSAS CI LAKEf0 John Temple Graves was right when he said that we live in a great country great in territory and in temptation Kansas City is a brilliant example of western push integrity and enterprise Outdoing ancient Rome it is built on seven ty hills instead of seven and its energetic business men have clothed those hills with a superb city of solid business blocks banks whole sale houses hotels public buildings and residences We continued our journeney on that delightful rail chargelofG Mathews T P A to Pueb where we met with Mrs Georgia Rice and her brother Mr Maurice Brown We were as proud to see them as a young lad is to be old his first pair of red top boots manufactit town and known as the Pittsburg of the west This city is growiug rapidly and has a better water supply than any other of the Colorado cities in addition to its ManyIbeautiful homes are found here and the Mineral Palace where there is a large collection of the States mineral products At Sedalia Mo we found Yancy Freeman now a thrifty young business man of that city Leaving Pueblo on Sunday afternoon we journied to e famous Colorado Springs the r winding along in sight of the cloud and showtopped Rocky mountains with its almost fathem Jess chasms and lurid gorges anythingdespair of the artist At the waters seep from the earth continuously and the atmosphere is so stayIyear of Paris an old college mate was there with one lung gone and half of the other yet he was as lively as a rosy cheeked maiden of sixteen summers Next we took in Pikes Peak the monument of the continent and its remarkable rail road with its wonderful cogwheels The fame of this lofty mountain is worldwide It is one of the won ders of the age Fearless and erect it stands 9 miles high bidding de fiance to all the elements pushing its snowcovered summit far above the billowy clouds now light and bright in the dazzling sunshine thte dizzdan 14147 feet above the level of the sea tired nature finished her ponderous task labornls an e of which can die only when mortal man ceases to exist The grading this railroad was commenced in n the early fall of and soon sled eby the powerful hand of capital and directed by the minds of consumate e genius skill and science c er making the wild gorges and the deep canons fairly ring with an tbofstillewere frequent Besides the bitter snowsIaldaY of October 1890 the road was completed On that day the gaIde spike was set that finished the highest railroad in the world and the last stroke was made that as sued to the tourist and traveler safeeasy and speedy transit from ths picturesque valley of Manitou lying at its foot to the pin Liprain on the hemisphere At the summit we could i1 ti esisT tile lem l tontohav ourf likkness i snatched and now we have some thing to scare the chickens out the garden in the summer time ofI requires four hours to make round trip up the mountain because of its steepness That night we re turned to Colorado Spring where a banquet was tendered us great Antlers hotel by the Interf state Fair Association From the Springs we started for Grand Junc tion Col by way of Salida and over the narrow gage road in the Gompanyrs own cars and we soon began the ascent of the Rocky mountains in the midst of the subliraest scenery America pre sents Slowly the train climbed the great divide The narrow guage runs hundreds 01 miles through mountains chasms and cloudpearcing canons On through the Royal Gorge Black Canyon Marshall and Tennessee pass we went following the windings of the Guuuison river arriving at Grand Junction about 530 oclock p m during a heavy storm The car riages held for the visitors were rapidly seized and the trip to the Buna Vista hotel was quickly made A delightful bath and a delicious supper prepared us well for the opera of the evening At midnight we again took our sleeping cars and at 2 oclock a m Wednesday August 7thwe started for Salt Lake City Utah DO MEN LOOK AFTER THE INTERESTS OF WOMEN The W C T U of Florida are rejoicing greatly because they have secured from the Legislature of that State a bill raising the age ofI protection for girls from 10 to years In order to secure this they JJeState Press Association presidents of colleges over a hundred teachers religIiousa petition signed by 15000 citizens Last winter the Georgia Legis exclaimIedNobody but preachers and womenfWe sre continually the interests of women are looked after by men and carefnllyII should not meddle in and yet these laws have been alj lowed to stand all these years inI andlinnecessary for them to do a hundred petiItionsmen It is a sad commentary upon any Legislature that is is necessary for Williprotectbad men E M B m m THE WORKINGMAN AND THE BALLOT oIn a speech made a few days ago by President Shaffer to the striking hee made this strong assertion If the American Profeof that which he produces he will have to learn to vote The labor organization of the future must be an organization for the ballot and when we learn to stand together at the polls then will the niasteurs learn to fear us lThis applies no less to working women The whole secret of the tahe belcrushedoutof know itVhy then do they not demand this power and p6tection h1or their t sideI Ida Hunted Hafper1 ROCKCASTLE COUNTY FAIR ASSOCIATION PROGRESSING UNDER THE MOST FAVORABLE CIR h OUMSTANCES t o t it jn The Rockcdsfle County Fair Association began its sixth vannual ni6stiattendIas it was this year Pres J Thos Cherry and Secretary J W Tate exertedrevery niIbrAssociationwork not been in vain Tile Crab Orchard Band under the leadership of that splendid gentleman Prof Riggs furnishes appreII theIenjoyment merriment of the flyifriend lawyer John W Brown is patronI far more numer much better than ever before The following are those who received premiums first day ears The largest and best onedozen white corn J S Duke first and George Hiatt second best half wasIW J Chestnut nest and Jno bloc oatsICJFred Hahn first and J B Levisa CashsecondHiatt received both premiums bes Haggardfirstbest one dozen onions J Muffins received premium and George Owens certigate largest and bes dozen turnips ooth first and second JpsiITyree best tomatoes Alex Tyree first M C Tyree second best dozen beets J B Livesay best two heads cabbage J M Bloomer best dozen aples 11 C Tyree first and George Owens second peaches L L Jarrett pears B A Riddle first and George Owens second best watermelon A C Me Clary first HB McClary second muskmelon and cantelope J B Livesay first and W J Chestnut second pumpkin Willis King first and J B Livesay second best stalk cured tobacco M C Tyree first and Jim Bloomer second best dozen heads of broom corn Whim Adams sugar cane W M Hag gard best stalk millet Walter Boyd first Cash Hiatt second for the best stalk of timothy and clove- J B Livesay nicest black yak and tea cakes Mrs J H Albright first and Miss LulaNapier second nicest loaf light bread Miss Lula Napier first and Mrs JH A bright second nicest honey cb m quaisand George Owens second be cake butter Mrs Josh Dunn first Miss Lula Napier second peach AlbrightLnicest display preserves not le than five kinds Mrs IH Al SusieILivesCrawford plum jelly Mrs Susie fLivesayfirstMrs John Crawford st quart sweet pickles Mrs John Crawford first Mrs J HAlbright second best quart CrawfordlFrith first Mrs John Crawford 2 r second best cucumber pickles Mrs J G Frith first Mrs Susie Live vinegar gan second nicest and best counterpane Mrs Perander Hiatt fit ta bestwbest door rug Mrs John Craw ford best home knit yarn socks Mrs John Crawford first George ladiesglovesMrs Per Hiatt second nicest table cover Miss Ellen Butner first Miss Mamie McClure second silk embroidery Miss Mattie Payne first Miss Mamie McClure second cest silk quilt Mrs A E sAW ight first Miss Mattie Payne second nicest crochet Miss Georgia Miller nicest drawn work Miss Anna Roberts first MissEllaDunn second nicest battenburg Miss Mattie Payne first Miss Anna Roberts second nicest sofa pillow Miss Helen Thurmon first Mrs Ed Games second pin cusHion Mrs J B Livesay chair tidy Mrs tlSmithMollie Hiatt first Mrs J B Live say second uicest display cut flow ers special premium by S C Franklin Mrs bialy Roberts nicest oil painting Mrs Mollie HiattNothing the ladies department attracted greater attention or caused more comment than the crazy quilt which was made by hearsoldrJo u age of 91 years In the first days races were some of the best horses that has ever appeared on the track Mus = katoon from Atlanta Ga with a MYe won Illinoista 10 belonging to rt Mr King of Lincoln won second money Tom Napper got third money OscartEgbert Wallen second and Mace Dowell third mule race Tom Mink first Mau rice Farris second and Joe Wood third Pony race Scott Farris first Oscar Spoonamore second The shoe race between the small boys was the most laughable event of the day Charley Lawrence winning first and Cleave Brooks second CONTrNUED ON 2ND PAGE e IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATFS FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF KEN TUCKY IN BANKRUPTCY 0IN THE MATTER OF 1 Bankrupt FRANK JONES Richmond Ky Aug 16 igoiV To the creditors of Frank Jones ofraforesaidea bankruptNotice hereby given that on July 23 Igor the said Frank Jones bankruptl hisbbillionrHotel in Livingston Ky on Sept oclockstP M at which time the said credi tors may attend prove their claims appoint a trustee examine the Bankrupt awe transact such other comesbefore said meeting I MILLERieREFERS IN BANKRUPTCY One of the men bitten by a mosrjc quito which had previously bitten a a yellow fever patient died of Vthe fever which developed This may inrisIver fit i I ICE Cream Supper Albright Motel Brodhead Ky Tonight M Vernon Signal FRIDAY Aug 23 1901 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR LO- Ot Adverting rates made known on application MR ROBT R FRIEND who re Gently graduated from the Ken tuqky Wesleyan College has start ed a newspaper at Irvine Estill county known as the Estill Leader THE Mercer county people leave adopted a new plan for taking care of theirjailbirds Instead of keep ing them confined in jail at an expense to the county they are sent out with the threshing machins thereby making it profitable to the county instead of a loss Ifya similar policy was adopted in this county it would no doubt prove profitable to our county THE Phoenix Investment Company of Lexington has written a letter to Attorney General Breckin ridge asking for an inspection of their books and method Qt business They must be a little scared that they will be put in the same cate gory with some of those robding machines of a similar nature whiclitarc allowed to do business in tHe state Is there be an unjust law upon i out statute books it is the bank rupt law This law is the cause of more breaks than any other one tlung from the fact that it affords a loophole to work a skingame and then furnishes protection for the thief The sooner this law is blotted put of existence the better offwill be our country THE Republican convention at Danville on last Saturday turned do Y n Wallace E Varnon of Lin coin and nominated W B Coc- klranjf Casey county to run against Senator George Farris the gallant fighter from Garrard Here is to you Senator Farris and may you win in a walk NEARLY every Spanish officer who participated in the battle of Santiago has come farward in de lerise of SaMeys actions on that slDineutofis occasion The only defamers of the Admiral seems to be the carpet knights who were not within gunshot of the fight I POLITICS and POLITICIANS =Collector Sapp is tickled over the scramble for his job He says the more tbe merrier The lists with four candidates for the democratic nomination for Mayor at Indianapolis Adjutant General William Bran don is a candidate for the Demo cratic nomination for Governor of TennesseeThomas R Gordon of Louis ville will be chief attorney for Jim Howard at his second trial for complicity in the murder of Gov Goebel The Philippine Commission is making good progress In the north Luzon all is in readiness for civil rule and good reports are received from Mindora and Batangas Secretary of State Hill has issued a reply to the criticisms of his rul lug requiring the banks of Kentucky to publish their quarterly reports in full instead of a condensed form Mr Hill contends that his 3ctipn is in accord with the law for fiheprotection of depositors and explains his course in the matter Miss Margaret Ingels of Bourbon Gooney has announced her candi dacyfor Enrolling Clerk of the Representatives party She stumped the State for Bryan iu 1896 and is an actress of considerable ability She is now employed in the Census Bureau in Washington Anonymous letters making threats in the event militia is called out for duty during the steel strike have been received by officersof the gldPenllsYl anta 0rtaaenow- f f u campn at SOU1ers Ia- cr 4 r i LIVINGSTON o Leroy Satterfield is iSit in his grand father A N BentlyI Hardin Barnett was hurt while vvorkingat the uonl bins Monday Sam Ward returned to Louisville Monday alter a visit to home folksMrs John Cummins of Mt Vernon is visiting friends in Livingston Mrs Laura Justis will leave Friday for Alton Ill where she will join her husband Mr andMrs J R Berinit of McKee are visiting the families of John and Link Farmer Tom Daniels left for his home at Elmwood Ohio Tuesday night J P Reader the popular clotn ing drummer passod through Tuesday en route to Knoxville Miss Mamie Jackson of London and Miss Nellie Ballard of Big Hillare guests of Mrs G 11 Ballard Mr and Mrs Lasley are visiting relatives in Stanford this week Charlie Harris is visiting home ly famiItoThere was a near Sinks Tuesday night No one was seriously hurt Will Car penter escaped with a bruised arm Mrs Lawrence Rose has return ed home from Pine Hill accompa nied by her sister Miss Effie Mea dows Mesdames L C Smith Frank Jones and Isabel Smith are visiting Mrs Lottie Pughat Pitts burgMrs J C Rineheart and chil dren went to Crab Orchard yester day Mr Rineheart stopped off at BrodheadMrs Carson is visiting her daughter Mrs J C Poynter at Mtv Vernon Fifteen of The Cincinnati Post Fresh Air children who have been the little guests of Mrs Moore Mrs Stuckey Mrs Graves Mrs Carter and Mrs Magee returned home Wednesday Mr John Meadowspf Pine Hill was in town Monday looking for a location as he expects to move here soon Mrs Will Carpenter of Lebanon Junction is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs John Farmer at the Mullins Hotel Mrs James Argenbright and Miss Lou Mullins have returned home from a pleasant visit with friends at Lexington Mrs J R StuckeYC H Good son of this place and Mrs Lewis of Wildie attended the State- S S Convention at Danville this weekMrs Grant Hilton has returned from a visit to Rowland Quite a crowd of young folks at tended the dance given by Mr and Mrs Phil Allin Saturday night Among the many handsome young ladies were Miss Qozatt of Parks ville Miss Kewland of Stanford Miss Lela Hendron of Edenton Miss Josephine Allin of Chicago and Miss Joyce Ballard of Big Hill Among those attending the Brod head fair this week are W C Mullins D S McKinney W F Tubbs J H Hocker and Miss Hattie Orndorff Mrs SueMullins Miss Lou Mullins and Mrs Dema Tubbs WHAT A TALE IT TELLS j If tha mirror of yours shows a Iwretchedy sallow complexion a jaundiced look moth patches and jblotches on the skin its liver trouble but Dr Kings New Life Pills regulate the liver purify the blood give cleat skin rosycheeks rich complexion Only 25C at all Druggists drug store To SAVE HER CHILD From frightful disfiguremet Mrs Nannie Galleger of La Grange Ga applied Bucklens Arnica Salve to great sores on leer head and face and writes its quick cure exceeded all her hopes It works wonders in Sores Brumes Skin Eruptions Cuts Burns Scalds and Piles 2t5c Cure guaranteed by a l druggist 2 j k y i C v if ROCKCASTLE COUNTY FAIR CONTINUED FROM IST PAGE Yesterda3Ta good crowd was in attendance regardless of the appearance ofrani and the small shower whichfell about i oclock For the best pair chickens the first premium was given Mrs A EAlbri DaveaHaggard best pair geese H C Jones best hull liarrisoa Brana theIJ M Craig brst mare mule colt James Crawford first and J B Livesay second best horse mule colt J B Livesay first John Morgan second best mule over one and under two years old Burg Farris best mule over two and un der three years J B Livesay first Harrison Brannaman second best pair mules any age T B Lair first Harrison Branaman second best mare or gelding any age J E Farris first J M McClure of Lin coln second In the races espe cially the running race were enter ed some of the fastest horsef ever put on the track but as it was so heavy and slippery it was impos sible to make much speed The fastest horse in the race fell to the ground in both heats it entered al though without serious injury either to its self or rider In the running race Tom Napper won first money and Scott Farris sec ond Pacing race Cris McClure got first and John Roberts of Rock castle second mule race TonI Mink first Maurice Farris second For today the last a big crowd the largest in the history of the Association is expected and a jolly good time is assured V V CONWAY 0 Gerome Jordan is no better J S Arnold IF on foot again Matt Coffey is able to be out againMrs Nancy Jordan is Still very low with typhoid fever Well the primary is over and no- me killed in this part but one man cut half to death and several more scared within an inch of death We have a democrat here that is a good man and can beat Steve Durham forJ P if we can get him to run Keep a lookout for his name Uncle Clint Todd received an ugly wound in the stocache with a knife by the hand of Brownlow Poynter last Wednesday The old man is improving and will soon be out again J H Sigman held Brown low Poynter over under a 300 bond Which he did not give and Harry Jones turned hint over to the keeping of Jailor Griffin Harvey Logston and Robert Lambert was tried for disturbing public worship in J H Sigmans court last Saturday and J H sent them to the rock pile for the term of twentytwo days each A meeting convened at the re quest of Gen Gomez was held inj Havana Monday to ascertain the practicability of all parties agreeing upon Estrada Palma for the presi dency of the Republic Action was deferred to await the result of request for a definite announcement of Senot Palmas programme I2MYhair t Ha n came out by the hand ful and the gray hairs began to creep in I tried Ayers Hair Vigor and it stopped the hair from coming out and restored the color M D Gray No Salem Mass Theres a pleasure yi offering such a prepara tion as Ayers Hair Vigor It gives to all who use it suchsatisfactionThe hair becomes thjcker longer softer and more glossy And you feel so secure in using suchan old and reliable pre pia tion SLMhrfetUe All dmjjlsts youFendualnpurt J Mr P Booker Reed acting fo the stockholders sold the Bloomfield Branch to the Louisville and Nashville railroad Monday tor 150000 Mr Peter Arlund who had been negotiating for the road is said to be threatening to sue Mr Reed Tile Scottish Security Company receivership case vvns dismissed without prejudice the certificates sued on having been purchased by defendautsTepresentatives Judge Barker pronounced the business a lottery and says he will instruct the October grand jury to take action DON T WAIL SCOTTSzt EMULSION would build you weightustrengthen your weak throat and lungs and put you in condition for next winter you would begin to take it now Send for free sample and try it SCOTT BOWNE Chemists Pearl Street New York Ii4Q9tI5 andioo all druggists 8 SC FRANKLIN 0 WATCHMAKER MT VERNON KY DO all kinds repairing gold and silver soldering neatly done rings cut fit Eyes tested and glasses fittedCall at my shopat Wesleys drugstore and have your work neatly done at reasonable prices What the Robinson Thermal Bath Cabinet Will Do IT WILL appeal to 3 our intelligence IT WILL clean all impurities from the skin V IT WILL purify the blood and liver IT WILL cure kidney trouble IT WILL make beautiful complexion IT WILL cure rheumatism IT WILL relieve ladies of irregu larities IT WILL relieve ladies of monthly pains IT WILL cure catarrh IT WILL cure constipation IT WILL free the system of tobacco IT WILL givenew life to every organ IT WILL cure the worst colds IT WILL relieve the system of the effects of liquor IT WILL itlieveall congestions IT WILL give you a better bath than any water on earth IT WILL be endorsed by every honest physician For Sale By J P LECHLEITER MT Vl1 NoN KY A Gallon of PURE LINSEED OIL with a gallon of mixedI OIu1tarPa makes 2 gallon of tho VERT near PAINT in tho WORLD AMof yourrwlnt bill Is TAK MORE DUn DLE that BEPowPAINTand is ground THICK VERY THICK No trouble to mix can do it It is tho NODETrsapaintcanbomadeat f4TOO CRACK BLISTER PEEL or Crap F BCAMMABPAINt CO St XonisM Sold and guaranteed by THEO WEELEI I fJfilltrthl 1 tTitGky1 j d 4 ioItJ iilt t4a t tt fr 1 THE BANK OF MT VERNON MT VeRNONKYj j tffiItr a 2 CAPITAL STOCK 15 09f 3 H MARTIN PRES A K EWERS VICE PRE5- W L RICHARDS CASHIER A B FURNISH ASST CASH Krueger7GeoWe solicit accounts of firms arid individuals Caretul attention is given collections entrusted lo us Our friends and patrons aft invited to call when in town First National Bank OR STANFORD KY Capital Stock 5100000 Surplus 1804076 DIRECTORS J W Hayden vVP Walton J H Collier M D ElmoreS 0 died T P Hill S H Baughman W A Nibble M1 Miller and S T Harris We solicit the accounts of the citizens of Rockcastle and adjoining counties assuringthem prompt and careful attention to all busi ness intrusted to us Personal application and correspond ence with a view to business relations invited J S HQCKER Pres JNO J McROBERTS Cashier A A McKINNEY Assb Cashier DANNIEOWENSUNDERTAKER J Caskets Coffins Robes Etc Kept in Stock Orders by Mail Telegraph or Telephone Promptly filled BRODHEAD KENTUCKY GO TO JONAS MCKENZIE MT VERNON KY ftf for Everything in Dry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes ana General Merchandise BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES WILLIS GRIFFINPractical Undertker and FUNERAL DIRECTOR i Mt Vernon Ey Stock Complete illjembalming done on short notice Come and see me anything I have not got can get for you on first J rain that leave the city r ORDERS by wire Promptly Filled THE PEOPLES DRUGSTORE C CjyS CO f DRUGS PATENT MEDICINES Perfumes Stationery- Cigars Tobacco Paints Gils- TOILET ARTICLES PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED = FIRE JNSURANc HAVE 11LIABLEAgency E S ALBRIGHT J AGENT Mt Vernon K it Gall at Signal Office i jlj if j XYFy r iiiii Yeraon Signal VERNON KY Aug 23 1901 l 0 0 Jt LOUISVLLC NASHVILLE R R TIME TABLE 24 north 1105 a m 26 north 131 am 23 south 157 pit 25 South 145 a m- AS LANDRUM Agent Entered at the Mt Vcrnwu Ky Postoffice aw sec j ococlsss mail matter MASOK1C3 Ashland Lodge No 40 meets 2nd Saturday 10 A in 3MT VERNON A CHAPTER No 14OMEETS every FOURTH MONDAY at 2 pm CHURCHES Christian Holds services 1st 3rl Snmlaj at 11 a m aiid at 630 p iat Presbyterian Holds services on the 2nd and 4th sunday morning and evening Baptist Church Services on the Second Saturday night and Snnday Suuday School at 9 a iu every Sunday Prayer meeting on Tuesday nights t PERSONALS t c V T Brooks of Paris was here this week E B Cox continues in a very critical condition Mr and Mrs 0 J Towery were in town shopping Tuesday J Dr John M Williams spent 01 Sunday last in CindnuatiI W H Brown of Walnut Grove was up Tuesday on business Mr and Mrs W G Nicely went to Knoxville Tenn Sunday Masters Cecil and Richard Vil liams are with relatives here J J Ping dismissed his school this week on account of scarlet fever Ed Short was called home Tues day night to see his mother who is very sick A W Soward and Alex Penning ton of this office spent Sunday last in Cincinnati U Mr G W Gentry was able to go to town Wednesday for the first time in several weeks Mrs W T Smith went to Danville Tuesday to attend the State Sunday school convention Mrs Fannie Adams chaperoned the Misses Goodall to Cincinnati where they spent Sunday W M Hysinger was in Monday and told us that his oldest daughter was in very poor health Mr A W Bryant one of our splendid mei chants of the East- side was in town Tuesday severlylhurtpound rock falling on his leg Shannon McKinney and W C Mullins went to Brodhead Tuesday so as to be on time for the Fair Mrs A F Purdom and daugh ter Mrs A J Lang ton are visit ing Mr and Mrs IX S Purdom MissNellie Hackney of London passed through to Lancaster Tues day to visit Mrs Richard Ward Judge W P Rain s one of Liv ingstons law and order men was in town Thursday on legal business Prank Cottengim was in town Sunday to get medicine for three of his children which have scarlet fever Misses Alza Thompson and Risse Williams returned Wednesday from a visit to friends and relatives in Stanford Benton and Claud two little sons of Mr and Mrs George Thompson living near Oak Hill are very sick with fever Dr Green Sandlin of Lancaster was called Tuesday to see Mrs Short in cdnsultation with Dr Penniugton Dr Thomas of Pine Hill was Here yesterday and told us that Thomas Gentry has three children sick with scarlet fever kr f C C Williams will go to Cincinnati Sunday night to buy Tier fall stock of millinery goods Her daughter Miss JRlpsie win acccipip any herSt M t HolBJ3 I igLicpln is qne of distinguished Visitors at the Brodlieail Fair Mr Dr Benton and children of Brodhead left last nigHt for Mt Sterling where they will spend the winter Miss UalliB Nevius gave a de lightful ptrty Monday night in ReeaIJournal Dr W IS Gravely returned yes teidny morning from Va where he went in jUly and while there had to witness thsad rite of burrying his mother Dr and Mrs Cooper passed throug to their homes in Living ston Tuesday and told us that MrIChas Redd still continued very critical condition Mr and Mrs Dock Stucky Mrs R 11 Lewis ofWildie ProfAE Ewers and Miss Fannie Sparks went to Danville Tuesday to attend the Sunday School Convention Wm Hicks is back front Knox county Ky where lie is boring for oil He says he is certain to strike it as there is oilall around his lease Bluefield W Va Daily TelegraphMr N Roberts has accepted lucrative position with the Putnam Dry Goods Company one of the largest firms n Lebanon He assumed charge Tuesday Mr Roberts is an excellent gentleman and among the best salesmen Dan yule Advocate e v LOCALf O Some ten or twelve took advantage of the chap rates to Cincinnati Saturday night DEADThe little child of Mr and Mrs Jack Hansel died Tues day of scarlet fever MEETING Rev Davis will com mence a protracted meeting at Buckeye church next Sunday The L N will sell tickets to Middlesborough Aug 29 and 30 limited until Sept 2lat one fare round trip on account of Middles boroug Fair- C0UNrV COURT John Pittman was fined in County Court 2 50 and the cost for cursing George Pease and James Croutcher 2 50 for failing to work the couuty road LUNATIC Gabe Hunt was ad judged a lunatic in the County Court last Saturday and taken to Lakeland Asylum by that clever deputy D B Langford on last TuesdayWREcEIn headend collision of two freight trains at Sinks Sat urday morining Conductor Grego ry brakeman Carpenter and the fireman were slightly injured Nothing of a serious Nature EXPLOSION One soldier was killed and several others injured by the premature explosion of a projectile Near Fort Riley Kans Private Lanshori of our neigh boring town London was one of the number to receive serious in juries SLANDER Charles Holman a late candidate f jailor has brought suit through his attorney C C Williams against J F Simms for slanderan4asks damages in the sum of 5000 Holman alleges that Simms charged him in his race with having sold hisvote Simms denies it- OPENs The Mt Vernon Col legiate Institute will open Monday Sept 2nd The College has a splendid faculty of teachers The school posses every facility for higher education and deserve the hearty support of the entire popu lation of our county and every one should take a lively interest in its success 1FREE SCHOLARSHIPS At the examination held at the college Saturday the following students were given the freescholar ships to the Mh Vernon Collegiate Institute for the ensuing year From the county at large I B Chestnut Mt Vernon Conn Brown Brodhead H B McClary Livingston John Baker j Round stone Albert Itiatt Level Green j Grover Price Crooked Creek I Edgar Mullins Walnut Grove and Scaffold Cane were not represented The examiners vere J J Ping P H Shutts and Joshua Boreing v tc r lr A NJkRUProM r A G Sine the IB merchant has gone into bankruptcy FORSALEORREIMy house and lot in Mt Vernon Ky Call on or address V R H LIVESAY I Aug i62t Mt Vernon Ky STOPS TIlE COUGH AND WORKS OFF THE COLD Laxative BroinoQuiniue Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents TO CURl A COLD INONE IXY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature is on each box 25CtS The L N will sell tickets to Cincinnati Sept 9 to n inclusive limited Sept 20 at one fare round conventcolored HELD OVER George Choat was arrested at Brodhead yesterday by Marshal Egbert Wallen for sell iug liquor unlawfully on the fair grounds Judge Pike held him over under a 200 bond Agent J A Landrum desires those who expect to attend the Conclave to notify him before hand so that in case a large crowd leaves here at any one time he can have an extra car attached FINED Squire 1 H Sgman fined Robert Lambert and J H Logston 2000 each last Saturday for disturbing religious worship at Fair View church above Con way Failing to payor replevy they were ordered to jail where they are at home to their friends REMARKABLE CASEMr J P Chaudlier tells us the following of two Lincoln county men whe re cently departed thislifehS D Anderson who lived six miles from Crab Orchard died last Saturday was a week ago at the age of 69 and his brother Arch Anderson an pld bachelor 72 years oldwho had acted a hermit the latter part of his life and who had read the bible through eighty times died Monday last entirely destitute of every thing although at one time he had plenty of money to lend CUTClint Todd was cut three times last week at Boones Gap by Brownloe Poynter The trouble arose over the election The Knife used by Poynter entered once in the abdomen and twice in the back of Todd He was attended by Drs Cornelison and Davis of Berea both of whom say he will recover Poynter was tried Saturday before Squire Sigmau on the charge of malicious cutting with intent to kill and was held to answer before the grandjury in the sum 300 which he failed to give and cons table Henry Jones delivered him to Jailer Griffin N 40 DOGS WilliamRoDerts an aged citizes living near itie Hill has in all about 40 dogs rrying considerably in kinds olon5w and descriptions These do s are well cared for in every parti ular and while the increase is v ry rapid yet only to those whon promise to take good care of it will he ever give one and under no circumstance would he allow one to be killed Just what will become of the dogs we can not say as certain parties from that section have made complaints to the county Judge about this little drove of canines eating all their corn WILL LEAVE Henry Schubert and W F Monk two splendid gentlemen who came here from Olio a few years ago and located near the old Freedom church have sold their farms and will have a sale on Sept 17 to sell off then- personalprOBerty and soon after as possible will return to Ohio Both men are good citizens and we re gret very much to loose them One reason assigned by Mr S hu- bert why he wants to le YfJs on account of the bad roads If I have anything to sell said he it is almost impossible to get it to mark et over these bad roads When will the people rise to the impor tance fthe day and ayc we will iavebettr roads 0 jf7 ir j SHOT =Victor Tate writes from Liberty Ky that in a shooting offray between a white man and a negro byrthe name of Bill Vande veer Miss Addie Brown was accidentally shot and mortally woundj ed Later Miss Brown is dead USED CANCELED STAMPS Deputy U S Marshal Marrow ar resled P J Hall of Brodhead and took him to Somerset on a charge of useing canceled stamps trial sei for tomorrow Capt A H Evans apd L L Jarrett witnesses At the same time Harvey Logsdon was taken fJom the jail here on a war rant for retailing liquor unlawful ly and taken to Somerset where he will also have his trial tomorrow College Announcement 0 We are glad to inform the pat CollegeIthat a full supply of teachers have been secured for the coming year Miss Mitchel will have charge of the Ptimary department again This we know will be good news to all who have children under her care We feel assured that the senior class and all students who are in the Latin orGreek course will be rejoiced to know that Miss Letcher will be with us at the opening of termThe and voice culture will will be under the direction of Miss Ola F Philbrook from Ill She is very highly recommended to us by the Board at New York City The stringed instruments will be under the direction of another teacher Prof Calkins of Forte Wayne Ind Prof Calkins is an experienced teacher and band leader The ar rangements are about all made for him to come and should we be successful it will be a very great addition to our faculty We look farward to the best school Mt Ver non has ever had S PINE HILL 0 Dr Thomas little son johnny is quite ill Miss Mattie McFerron was with homefolks last Sunday Mrs A Rutherford returned home after a brief is1tto iOSiv 1 ingstontUncle George Doan and his wife are visiting their da ghteron Skaggs creek All the beauxs and belles of Pine Hill will attend the Brodhead Fair this week Mrs Sympson and two daugh ters Misses Mary arid Judith are visiting friends and relatives in Ashland Mr Jas Dolan Jr wants any one who thinks they have a finer little girl just come to his home and he will prove to them that his is by far the finest The honor roll for the month of July just passed are as follows Freeman Johnson 97 Byrde Mc Hargue 93 Nellie McFerron 93 Ella Prewitt 92 Luther Lunce 91 Glida Dolau 9Ij Henry McFerron 91 Zelnia Jones 90 Wheeler Mea dows 90 Miss Georgia McFer ron teacher il 7I This signature is on every box of tho genuine IBLaxative Bromo Quinine T bletsI the remedy that cures m cold in one day CASTOR I AFor Infants and Children Jhe Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of T fdJ ITELEPHONE bk n g S Mess Mt Vernon to1 WiT Hams burg Bar ibourville CorI bin London Hazel Patch Livingston Pine Hill Brush Greek Langibrd Aildie Brodhead Wabd Level Careen jtaiifpEdvOrctb Orchard staT ford Lancaster ancl all cenral KeMuefey points at lOW itesV V 1 fl lfi ICDDSE tomorlrow But for your own inl terest be sure to come DONT BUY FROM US until ifyoupreUiidon1 to see before you We will save You Time and Money Can goods 871c2 ft Rolled Oats Sc Big Bargains HATS DRY CLOTHING GOODS AND inI TopByBDMDffl1 BETTER GOODS AT LOWER PRICES TH NYOUC NjGET ELSEWHERE We rl It Will fciy You to Run After Low Prices and IHigh Qualities WEEK BY FRITHIArbuckles Coffee I25C Lion Coffee I2C 12CIGOOd Flour Mt Belle 400 Flour Plain Family 300 Granulated 16 Ibs 100 Light Brown Sugar i74 lbs 100 Syrups per gallon 3pt loeIcoalILL PAY HIGHEST DUCE FOR COUNTRY priceI CANT Afford TO PaintTHE man who says that forgets that painting properly done is economy and the fact is he cant afford NOT to paint HOW often you require to paint is rargely dependent upon i the paint you use TheShermau Williams paintsout last others They are the most economical paints you can use because they cover most and wear longest Add to this their good appearance and you have perfect paintsTHE SHERMANWIL LIAMS PAINTS They are made for many different kinds of painting What ever it is you want to painta house or anything in or out of the housewe make the right pint for that particular purposenot one slapdash mixture for all JCSOLD BY C H FRITH BRODHEAD KY THE AMERICAN INVESTMENT COMPANY 1 Incorporated CAPITAL STOCK 2500000- r iSliRVE SURPLUS 12500000A- 2CUMT PAID COUPON HOLDERS 200000 00 Address all ccrrcspcndcnce toI ErtJ7 H LEXINGTON KY iji GOOD TERMS TO FIRST CLASS AGENTS Go To A BRYANTS FORoALL kinds of Them Sugar w Iandgoods found in a general storeSJUST by the Depot MT VERNON KY I H THEPEOPLE HAVE FOUND HouR ADA i Mt Vernon Ky iJi TO BEThe place for Fan Dealing and keeping on hand what you want 1famlngBig supplyhouse and be conv ncedCOur Stock of Grocery Supplies Are Complete 1 OUR ItSHOES line of jnens fnrnishings Ladies Wear of all Kinds 1 l OUR fOUR IIaIls1ic COME goods are firstclass IFairDealing I IInf3ancontinue to come Houk Adatns i t r- i f PHONJ NO 54I i ibZif ii3i5r c I t Miller House HUGH MILLER PROP x tYQua r ftCommercial IVTen A6 Porter at aU iraiits l 1 rThe Veranda Hote JOSEPH COFFEY PROP StanfordKy Specially equipped for traveling njen Sample room on first floor Bath rooms free to guests IlATES 2GO per day Hotel Frith F FRANCISCO Propr located at the Depot ggc Bodhead KY r 5ood Livery Attached vMeet all Trains Day and Night Traveling Men and Railroad men Solicited Will fur lunches for all trains t owderFrancicO t MONUMENTAL WORKS Brodbead Ky Monumentsaej A and Tombstones fALL WORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVEN Big Four BUFFALO ROUTE T- OPitNitMERCitN EXPOSITIONs C f 19014t1 BEST LINE 3TU Indianapolis Peoria and1Chicago INFORMATION cheerfully fUr- nished on application at City Ticket 3FOURTH airSJGeneralLouisviLtE KV MISSOURI n A h s r New Fast Train TO COLORADOf i t UTAHE V1 PACIFIC COAST In effect SundayrMay 19th The new train will leave St Louis 900 a m daily the evening train I to same points loiopm daily Through sleeping car service be lineIIthat does a twicedaily Excursion ticket iipwon sale addressiMatthews T P A Louisville Ky M r t H C TOWKSfiND Gen lias r 1Jf and TktYt insurance of all tt kindsi I ljQffice SJ 6QRl CALENDAR COTJNTV voURTrrFaurUi Mon lay in ea hmt ntho QUART a1yCoUltTFirst Mon day in Januuiy April July and OctbberCIRCUIT JUUPP Second Mon day in Fees ttHYtFourtIt Monday in May auiiuirtl Monday in September MT V rrYvL1a Iomcs COURT Third littw in each month 4 c r1I1r1 mot Vtfi rn C n Hive o 24 MT VERNON KY QTMEKTi Every Tuesdays ist and 3rd week 230 p m2nd and 4thed1 30 p m Mrs NANNLK C ALBRIGHTLADY Miss BESSIE M HOUK LADY REC KEEP KOMMt VerJloJl Tent fto 21 MT VERNON KY MEETS every ist and 3rd Mon day in each month 730 p m GEOi S GRIFFIN COM ARCH FURNISH REC KnEPi M LSMYER5MT QFFICEAt the Rice property PHONE No 38 P A PenninRton D D S M D QENTST N W Cot Third and Chestnut Sts LOUISVILLE KY Will he at Miller House Mt ernon during all Circuit Courts RA JONES DENTIST STANFORD KY Phone No 48 Office over Higgins McKenneys Store R G William A ttorneyat Law MT VERNON KY JOFFICE on Church StOpp- osite Court House R L BROWN ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KEFTUCKY 83OFFICE tfp stairs in old brick hotel opposite Court house Special attention given to col lections C C WilliartiB Attorney atLaw Airt VERNON Y OFFiCE On 2rG floor of The Bank of Mt Vernon onChurch street Special attention given to collections G W MCCIURE J W BROWN McCUJRE BROWN Attorneysat LaW MT VERNON KY All business entrusted to our care will receive prompt attention Office room No 8 in the old Brick Hotel Furniture and Undertaking A full and complete stock All orders filled promptly Motto Best goods and lowest prices J A Mulliris SOn- S tib c is6oistdKankenBhipManin VINGSTONt K1 NTUE JC1 mum JffiTELF- utn1ehed with Every Conven lance and Cozn ort John Farmer Prop JLrvjNGSTON Ky SAIPi rooms for ebm rCialmeri r 7 Y0tfe of the Republican Primary Held in Rockcastle Coounty August 15I t PRECINCTS FAME- OF CANDIDATESCD R to C m to sy C sv p Q 0 tn ff Civ J rr FOR COUNTY JUDGE Sauuel D Lewis 219r 67 75 661 I47II2 92131 447 W R 10 55 2 3 34t 8 5 5 W A Hammons 8320 134 17 33 46= Oi E Gipson 2 I 8 I 31o 1112t COUNTY ATTORNEYI lIL W Bethurum sot 116 89 97 i D T Lamb I8 21 3 55 70 2533151 CLERK H Blazer II 20 5 90 41 2030 4 M C Miller 190 76 69 74 107 33 88 96 173 Bogie Phillips 6 48 2311 34 1191 22 37 SHERIFF H Tatet 138 96 16 127 87 100 74 110 itG S Griffin102 76 901641 IOI 84 58184 SCHOOL SUPT W A B Davis Lu r45 u 58 u 82 l27 49 25 6S G M Ballard 72 S6 I9 I5 178 I0 121 84335 ASSESSORIGeorge 55 39 26 33 Isaac Todd 4 4 8 74 3 18 6 2 J W Kirby 1I2 23 so 14 112 25 7 95 182 W J Chasteen N 42 7 59 24 26 8o 7 S B Ramsey 44 2 3 12 6 28 2 2 JAILER J J R Gatliff 3 5 42 3 o u 21 u u u ulu 171 181 H K u 8 HI 13 1 nHn n Wm Baker 59 20 322 53 8 12 6 Chas I O 12 4 I 0 I I Jack Abney 13 4 I 72 8 19 46 2 Jacob Pike 27 65 9 I 13 2 0 C W Decker 25 4 63 0 4 I 7 103 G W Gentry 25 o I 0 2 2 0 15 J L ArnoldI9 14 8 0 97 0 9 I D Cook 2 I 0 24 I 14 I i W Parsons 441 46j xo 6 8 98 of 5 10I SURVEYORS N Davis opposition 752 MAGISTRATE 1ST DISTRICT B H Cummins 73 Thomas Baker 73 S L Durham 95 J W Marler 54 S L Durhams majority 22 MAGISTRATE 2ND DISTRICT L J Scott 27 Chesley Payne 82 James Reynolds 103 James Rich mond 16 Joe Lambert 38 Tohn Swiuford 49 James Reynolds majority 21 MAGISTRATE 3RD DISTRICT C Renner 66 J Harper 77 William Kiuly I 4willamKinlys majority 47 CONSTABLE 1ST DISTRICT H C Jones no opposition 182- CONSTABLE 2ND DISTRICT I John T Mullins 73 Robert Hines 42 Wyatt Allen 2 ALShears 153 As L Shears majority 17 CONSTABLE 3RD DISTRICT ritY37WPluralities and not majorities ASTOUNDED THE EDITOR Edior S A Brown of Bennetts ville S C was once immensely surprised Through long suffer ing from Dyspepsia he writes my wife was greatly run down She had no strength or vigor and suffered great distress from her stomach but she tried Electric Bit ters which her at once and after using four bottles she is en tirely well can eat anything Its a grand tonic and its gentle laxa tive qualities are splendid for torpid liver For Indigestion Loss of Appetite Stomach and Liver troubles its a positive guaranteed curd Only 5oc at all Druggist there were 997 735 pensioners on the tolls June 30 The total disbursenients for pensions from July i r 16 toJune3Pr 19013 regdte2r763 oto3 gJ fi d ft r 4 rDn Q Ir oa 4or = Irf Dickerson 07707 L Mullins Holman R no v helped IT DAZZLES THE WORLU No discovery in medicine has ev er created one quarter of the excite meht that has been caused by Dr Kings New Discovery for Gonsum ption Its severest tests have been on hopeless victims of Consumption Pneumonia Hemmprfage Pleurisy and Bronchitis thousands of whom it has restored to perfect health For Coughs Colds Asthma Croup Hay Fever Hoarseness and Whooping Cough it is the quickest surest cure in the world Ii is sold by all druggists who guarantee sat islaction or refundmane Large bottles 5oc and 100 Trial bottles free Receiver Haynor of the Seventh National Bank of w9ork has kihol= i tiRarmu we wsssat I i t sA1 c gctablt Preparatioiiai ltLittPromotes Di estioaChc rltl v tress andllestContains iteitttet thiitttnMorpltine nut iiiieraf molt AncOTXCy- rt i J u dfrClUJElP11Clliit utIJ rll ll1fxfLizhf rrsdcnr1lYgtj txtrig Remedy for Constipa run Sour 11urms ConvulsiunsFeverish nes anti LC y S 3I S 1EE1 Iy- 5 nilc Siniiture of NEW Yl IC- rr tXACT COpy OP WRAPPER IRtn TOXAS C as wasr it All S tl u of S P vHo a a Vij Iteraa ttttlp1l1KCough IVr ir tri is all = t t It A For and CMldrer i The Kind You Hae Always Bought 1 Tthe Signature or j In- Use For Over r J tt dihTU kilo7IirJ q kiaiIge of Cars remphis to Texash rfeiping to Texas on cotton Belt Route T avoid discomforts annoyances of cars on other routes throughtt ti atnightCars both day and night and tell us where you are going and you will leave and we will ten ryou the exact cost of a ticket and send you a for the trip We send you an tittle book Trip to Texas V t a r 5OOOOfor Nearest Correct Guesses on the of on November 5 Igor will be to patrons of the Weekly follows 6OOOFor150Owu Fifthu n SixthIe u 400u Seventhcc rr 20 each 1OO amounting1 2000ii I 100 i 50II u 6000a 200 25cc Is 6000u 1000 10 10000 3 060rr 5II rr 15300 A of4387 prizes amounting to 50000 In case of tie guesses prize equally divided Contest closes November 51901 The of in 795631 1892II 861625 1008cc 835604 776819 846996 Guess will be in 1901 6COAn additional prize of 6000 for any person an corrects guess If be more than one correct the to bl divided among Conditions are 100 for a years to the Weekly Enquirer entitles such to one for ten yearly subscriptions secures ten guesses 81OOO for one subscription ten secures ten guesses TiiKrv StfcxET Is MlievilL Krtwas curious toieaniiic ate uf the vast im proveui tits health Mrs WbiU uvr lead for longtime elIn tleIIlttold suffering chioui t trouble Its all due to Jr Kings New Discov compt uy vitrcdhtr and also cured t i daughter of severe attat It positive Coughs Colds La Grippe Throat and botIrlt i + w I CASTORI Infants J I aThirtyYears iCfITAUF the you the and changing necessary out change FrebChalr 5Wrile when complete schedule willalso interesting letTA SET mn P GndaaaU LPandT SLUris Total Vote Ohio distributed Enquirer 500 30O Next total Total Vote Ohio 1891 1894 1895 1893 Tsras 1020107 1897u 854023 1898 793160 1899u 920872 1900 1049121 what making exactly there exactly guess 6000 equally them The subscription subscriber guess 1OOO years WeekJ1Enquirer OUT from iiiial ouYlitile lkrviite WHITE MAN TURNED 1f EXIOW Great consernation was felt by the friends of M A Hogarty of Lexington Ky when they saw he was turning yellow His skin slowly changed color also his ewes and he suffered terribly His mal ady was- treated Yellow Jaundice He was by the best doctors btitT without benefit Then he was ad vised to try Electric Bitters the wonderful Stomach and Livers rent edy and he writes After taking two bottles I was wholly cured ai A trial proves its matchless merit for all Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles Only 5oc Sold by tall drugeists v rt t r