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Digital page images are linked to the text file. itll r i f ti f I ouuI funu we iuLVnLU- ME i i ff xv MT VERiVON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY SEPT 6 1901 NUMBER 50 TELL MY FRIENDS TO BE BRAVE AAV FEARLESS AND LOYAL TO THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE NEWS ITEMS 0 The Apache Indians are showing signs of restlessness Boers blew up a British train an officer being among the killed Anarchists have elected a major ity in the Rome Labor Council A widespread revolutionary movement is going on in Persia New York butchers will enforce the Sunday law against meat sell ingThe Rev Moses Harvey the re nowned historian and scientist isI deadThe portrait of Gen H W Lawton will go on one of the new postage stamp issues- Superintendent Downs formerly of the L Nwas killed in the Great Northern wreck Miners and operators in the Jel lico district signed a wage scale and there will be no strike James C Hawkins formerly Assistant State Treasurer under Dick Tate died at Frankfort Capt R A McKee was appointed commandant at State College to succeed Maj W T Carpenter Col Hager chief of Polie of Louisville has resigned His resignation took effect Saturday Three local investment companies filed deeds of assignment The combinedassets will be under 500 The Nicaraguan Congress has approved the new commercial treaty with the United States and adjourned Mrs Sallie Hathaway a grand daughter of former Gov Isaac Shelby died in Hopkinsvllle Sun dayThe fifteenth death as a result of the railroad wreck at Fairville N Y occurred in a hospital at Roch ester Miners in the Oliver Springs district Tennessee are on a strike pending asettlement of the wage scaleThe finest peaches exhibitedat the Buffalo Exposition are from the orchard ofa Pulaski county farmerA osse is still in seatch of Bossie Francis who c murdered Miss Mary Henderson in Colum bus Mo The bodies of four more victims of the steamboat explosion on the Delaware river Wednesday have been recovered Macklin Kuney was held over to the Circuit Court at Versailles on the charge of attempted assault on little Mary Hays The Logan Square Terminal of the Metropolitan Elevated railroad in Chicago was destroyed by fire LOSS J 100000 Secretary of the Treasury Gage has left Washington for Buffalo where he will discuss Sapp case with thePresiderit Damage approximating 1000 000 was done by a flood in Cleve land due to a heavy rain which continued eight hours Clarence Belcher of Brooklyn an expert swimrne was drowned t Rockaway Beach Sunday while giving an exhibition Eight of the candiadtes who were nominated in Collector Sapps Republican convention on Satui day decided to decline The steel strikers failed to get theempJbyesof the Carnegie plant at Duquesne to come out and the works are in operation A dispatch from Pekin says Chinese Minister Chi Chen Lo Fong Luh has been transferred from London to St Petersburg and WuTirig Fang from Washington to London IThe Government receipts Wed were 262416835 and the expenditures 2125000 John T Moore and wife of Louisville sold to W A Stratton twentyone feet of property on Main street tor 17000 Cornpanyplaces at Cambridge 0 and a smallsized riot resulted The report that the Sultan has appealed to Germany to use her good offices to settle the dispute with France is confirmed The miners in the Coal Creek and Jellico districts were ordered to strike Monday because of failure to agree on the wage scale Indians of the far north tell of finding the bodies of two white men one of whom may have been Andree The tale is unsupported Charles E Ward once wealthy and for years an associate of Adams in the Adams Express Company died in the poorhouse at Chatta noogaA of the bar was held Saturday morning at which a com mittee was appointed to draft reso lutions upon the death of Mr Zach PhelpsMarie Josephine Eastwick of Philadelphia is on trial in London on the charge of having forged a railroad certificate of the value of 500000 War between Ven ezuela and Colombia seems imminent Vene zuela has addressed a note to all the foreign Governments defining its positionDuring week nineoil gushers were brought in the Beau mont fields Four deaths were caused by the braking loose ofone the gushers- It is stated that the new Danish Ministry has decided to accept the offer of the United States ofI6 000000 kroner for the Danish West Indies Alarming stories that Rear Ad miral Sampson is failing mentally as well as physically and that he will never be able to attend the Schley court of inquiry are denied The Rev Robert MacArthur of New York preached sermon on Southern lynching in which he declared that Ohio and Kansas have been as often disgraced as any Southern State A movement is on foot to insti tute impeachment proceedings in the Legislature against certain court officials in Eastern Kentucky who are protecting Berry Howard and John Powers After stringing up a tramp and Forcing him to confess that he had attempted to assault a little girl a mob at Weeping Water Neb came to the conclusion that he was not right mentally andreleased him A L Abbott who for the past Jwo years has been the leading physician in Holbrook Grant county has been forced to cease practicing medicine It has been discovered that he is not a graduate of medical college The early surrender or captured of Miguel Malvar the Filipino leader is expected and when either event occurs everything will be favorable for permanent peace in the islands The threenative members of the Philippine Com mission were sworn in Monday The Board of Trustees ofthe new Central University of Kentucky held its first meeting in Lexington Tuesday and selected a faculty for the College of Law The agreement t entered into by the aluni of the old Centrial University and the citizens of Richmond regarding the disposal of the buildings in the Madison county capital was tatifi d LIVINGSTON o Mrs Lottie Argenbright is still on the sick list iMrs Cooper is visiting in Mt Vernon this week Mr Harry Bowman spent Sun day in Mt Vernon Mr and Mrs Stuckey were in Mt Vernon Sunday Mr A Nelson of Williamsburg is visiting friends here The popular editor of the Signal paid us a visit last week Mr J E Singleton is visiting relatives at Crooked creek Albert Cummins of Jellico is visiting friends in this city Rev T D Mullins was down from Mullins Station Tuesday Dr Monroe Pennington of Mt Vernon was in town the past weekMiss EWe Meadows of Pine Hill is visiting her sister Mrs Ida RoseMiss Bertina Mullins is attending the Institute at Mt Vernon this week Mr A W Soward of Mt Ver non spent Sunday with friends on Klondike Mrs Lou Maddox has returned from a pleasant visit to friends on Crooked creek Mr John Farmer has gone into the butcher business in addition to his grocery and drugstore Rev Perry Smith and wife are visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Jim Smith oii the Avenue Uncle Ashley Owens has post poned his visit to the West for a few days on account of sickness Mrs See y Turpin of Mt Ver non is visiting her sister Mrs Sarah Owens in East Livingston Miss Lydia Cook and Mr Arthur Botner have returned from a pleasant visit to Gum Sulphur the past week Mesdames Rebecca Griffin and Sallie Griffin attended the funeral of the late Mr Joe Poynter at Freedom last Sunday Mrs Jake Sambrook and child who have been spending a two weeks visit with relatives and friends in Cincinnati have return ed homeJohn Meadows of Pine Hill moved into our city Monday We are always glad to see good people ome and swell the population of our thriving little cityI Mr and Mrs Haysand Messrs Mart Hicks Steve and Joe Carson and Mrs Susie Muffins attended the funeral of their brotherinlaw Joe Poynter at Freedom Sunday The Mullins Hotel is having a good run There are twelve lady boarders stopping at this popular house besides quite a number of gentlemen Boys here is your chanceMrs J W Rose and daughter Pearl and sons Shely arid Cavell of Louisville and Mrs Hardin and son the mail Agents wife and son of Covingtou are visiting Mr Lavrence Rose and wife at the Mullins Hotel The popular Train Master Mr B N Roller and wife left for the PanAmerican Exposition Monday to be gone about three weeks They will take in all the sights and also the Niagara Falls and oth er points of interest Miss Cleo Mullins one of Liv ingstons beautiful belles and Mr John Howell a popular and good looking employe of the L N railroad at this place were quietly married Tuesday evening at rm Rev Aj Pike officiating TFACHERS INSTITUTE 0 The Rockcastle County Teach ers Institute convened in the court house here Monday Sept 2nd with Professors M E Marsh J W Dinsmore and Mrs Putnam of Berea as instructors The house was called to order at 1030 a m by Supt Davis After song by choir Rev Hartfield of the Chris tian church couducted the devo tional exercises Supt Davis then addressed the teachers urging them to be prompt in their attendance and explained the law in regard to same TEACHERS AND THEIR POST OF FICE ADDRESS MT VERNON SoN Davis F A Burdette J J Ping Lee Chestnut G C Fish MissesFanna Mul lins Maggie Hansel lola Hansel Emma Pennington Jalia Collyer LIVINGSTONW R Dickerson G vI Ballard Mrs Frank Jones Misses Bertina Mullins Sallie DickersonLEVEL GREENJ N Brown W H Brown S F Brown Joel Brown S E Chandler David Gentry A J Cress P H Shutts J B Cummins Misses Mae Brown Sallie Brown Vira DeBord Pearl MullinsBRODHEADJ Boieing Walker Owens W H Owens Misses Helen Thurmond Mollie Brown Luella Jarrett Altie Owens Nan nie Hysinger and Bettie Wilmott HANSFORDW M Rowe D G Bullock L H Lynn Miss Lula DYreMARETBURGS H Martin Miss Mollie Houk PINE HILL Misses Mattie and Georgia McFerron WITHERS W 3 Sigman T C MintonWILDIEMrs Frank Coyle Miss Ida Parkcrson BEREA Miss Nannie Bales T T SimonsANDREWSW M Bussel HAZEL PATCH Mrs Laura AdamsTERRILLE T House IONIA Miss Laura Spence CLOVER BOTTOM T F Abney CRUISER W Strong W L ScottMCKEEMiss Ella Wild Mrs Laura Scott- WARDMiss Sarah Wallen ORLANDOR E Bell Tom Ball QUAILJ M Craig Miss Joean CraigCRAB ORCHARD Miss Arthusa Cloyd J J Ping and Miss Jalia Collyer were unanimously elected secretary and assistant sezretary Miss Maggie Hansel was ap pointed organist Then the va rious committees were appointed by Supt Davis Resolutions Program 1 Music Enter tainment J fW R Dickerson Lee Chestnut T T Simmons P H Shutz t Miss Nannie Bales Prof Marsh S H Martin G M Ballard J N Brown- SIl N Davis Miss Ella Joplin Miss Maggie Hanselr Miss Helen Thurmond Miss Nannie Lake L Miss Ella Joplin J Boreing- Jr J Ping W M Bustle Miss McFerron IJalia Collyer L Maggie Hansel Twelve oclock adjournment oclock house called to order I After song and roll call the subject of School Management was taken up and discussed at length by Prof Marsh JNBrown T Tk Simmons and SHMartin 2p recess The discussion of Reading occupied remainder of afternoon and i was ably discussed by Prof Dins more and Miss Ella foplin TUESDAY MORNINGI EIBelltaken up After an instructive comIpoundteachers gave practical and inter esting talks Multiplication of Fractions Prof Marsh Interest and Percentage D R Gentry and Prof Dinsmore Speers Method Prof Marsh Primary Reading Miss Helen Thurmond and Prof Marsh Supplementary Reading Prof MarshTUESDAY AFTERNOON After singing by Institute the roll was called after which the subject of Primary Reading was again taken up and discussed by G M Ballard Prof Marsh and J N Brown On a motion by P H Shutts Dr A G Lovell was made an honorary member of the The subject InstituteItaken up and Brown in an admirable manner followed by Professors Marsh Mar tin and Dinsmore Writing was next introduced by S N Davis who was followed by by Prof Marsh The subject of Child Study was atllength IIBustleCress WEDNESDAY MORNING Institute opened by singing Prof Diusmore conducted the de votional exercises l 5S a After roll call the subject of Child Study was again taken up and discussed by P H Shutts The subject of Language Les sons was next introduced by Miss Maggie Hansel who was followed by Miss Thurmond Prof Dicker son A J Cress Mrs Frank Coyle and Prof Marsh The subject of Grammar was then discussed by J B Cummins and Miss Lula Dyre The subject of Psychology was next taken up and discussed by the following teachers Miss Ida Par kerson Mrs Frank Jones J NI Brown and Professors Marsh and Dinsmore i A short time was then allowed Prof Cawkins to explain the method of change in Readers and Arithmetics which have recently been adopted in this county Nature Study was then intro duced by Mrs Coyle who was followed by Mrs Frank Jones and Prof MarshWEDNESDAY AFTERNOON After singing and roll call Prof Dinsmore gave an interesting and instructive talk on Nature Study fhurII11londEllen Butner The next subject Composition was discussed by Miss Arthusa Cloyd and Prof DickersonIThe remainder allowed President Frost of Berea College who delivered an excellent lecture on The Ladder of Success CONTINUED ON 2ND PAGE A SHOCKING CALAMITY Lately befell a railroad laborer writes Dr A Kellett of Williford Ark His foot was badly crushed but Bucklens Arnica Salve quickly cured him Its simply wonderful for Burns Boils Piles and all skin eruptions Its the worlds cahm pion healer Cure guaranteed 25c Sold by all Druggists Take the SIGNAL and get all the news all the time from allover county and tatev i QUAILS0 Dr Proctor is building and has hadcut about one hundred logs Dr E Prpctort 14p hasbequ ill for some time is much im provedMiss Mattie Bills of Lebanon Junction is the guest of Miss Luna Herrin this week W H Logsdon says he will no try to help the chur hat Providence any more says he cant trust them Repent ye sinners and be fatIi to one another forlihe kingdpjn of Heaven is at handy Well boys my wife is tayin j very close to her pas Of coujrsevt I like Mamie but if she likes her omefolks Netter than she does me its all right Ill promise you she cant talk to the boys and live a Christian life and neither can I Wives obey your husbands 1 POLITICS and POLITICIANS rr o f Aron Kohn denies that Ue asi f been engaged to defend Caleb PowersMr John A Stratton was nojni nated for Mayor and Reuben 1i hBuckSapp convention of Louisvillet The Republicans of FrankfojV 1JticketMayor The Republicans Brown Demo crats and Populists of Davis county in qouventioa St t 1jQay nominated a strong county and Legislative icket- y Rev D S Edwards was noii iiated by the Democrats for fi t t fe1 Senator in the district compose 9 Hopkins and Christian county Jesse T Gosnelfc Clek QX t Grayson Circuit Cotrtr ftas 3 nounced his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for Co gress in the Fourth district Republicans of Jessamine nominated this ticket Saturday Couaty Judge W D Lowry Represeqta r tive N D Miles Ass S Qf Thomas Bruner Superintendent qf Public Schools Mrs J J Coving ton Surveyor T E West Coronf B Y Rhorer Jailer Allen Burton No candidates were named for sher iff clerk and attorney Resolu tions pleading for support from bolting Democrats passed STOOD DEATH OFF E B Monday a lawyer of Hen rietta Tex once fooled a grave digger HesaysMy brother was very low with malarial fever and jaundice I persuaded him to try Electric Bitters and he was soon much better but continued their use until he was wholly cured I am sure Electric Bitters saved his life This remedy expels ma pudIcures constipation regulates liver kid onstlJ1aIyspepsJa nervous Iseases1 kidney troubles female complaints gives perfect health Only soc at all Druggists drug store A NIGHT OF TERROR Awful anxiety was felt for the widow of the brave General Burn ham of Machias Me when the fromIMrs S H Lincoln who attended her that fearful night but she begged for Dr Kings New Discovery which tad more than once saved her life and cured her of Consumption After taking she slept all night Further use entirely cured her This marvellous medicine is guaranteed to cure all Throat Chest and Lung Diseases Only 5oc and ioo Trial bottles free at all Jrl1ggit drygstote t t f i ti 7f h + cJI r M tVernon Signal FRIDAY Sept 6 1961 =Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SuTiQCRIPTitNONE YEARL404 Adfxrlisug rates made known on application DKBOE the office hunter who endorses Sapp and Sappism in Kentucky and who is an upto date Senator only in drawing his salary and working the officeseek ing racket says hes in favor of making a clean sweep and rid the Senate chamber of Democrats and weeps because Blackburn has a seat in that body and had he had his wa haveYgot his seat This is the Civil Liberty they have been howling for so long and now that Sapp has pulled the mask off and exposed real republican civil liberty the people will see to it that Deboe and those of his elk will he placed on the retired list and that Kentucky may be honorably and properly represented james Howard whose trial for the murder of Gov Goebel is set for next week at Frankfort had a fight with Caleb Powers in their cell in Fiankfort jail Wednesday after noon over a division of money rais ed in the Mountains by Col J 1C Dixon Powers cursed Howard and told him that he owed him 32 which Howard denied Powers then jumped to his feet and raised his hand and said Gdll you you do and started toward How ard who grabbed an ink standand struck Powers in the head severing a temple artery Hewas knocked senseless and lay in a dazed condi tion tor a half hour and it took four stitches of a surgeons needle to draw the gaping and jagged wound together IN Harlan county where the republicans failed to nominate a ticket Judge Moss of the Harlan Circuit Court granted an injunc tion requiring the County Clerk when any political party fails to nominate a ticket to place upon the ballot the name of the candi date who first applier by petition as a member of that party restraining any subsequent petition The case was taken to the Court of Ap peals when the injunction was dissolved Boss Sapps conven tion m Louisville did pretty well but he will have to come again be fore hegets even with Judge Moss election injunction up in Harlan DICKSON Tennessee is worried over the appearance of a bold bad man named Frost iu their midst who proposfesto open up a saloon to deal out darniiatkm to its citi zens but in orderto un him out they propose to rganiz a whisky trust out of its most zealous Chris tians open up r saloons sell red liquor to the citizens of Dickson at cost Frost with the aid ofall the best citizens of Dickson will more than likely turn o ta first class line of drunkards and be a great stimulus to the whisky trade WEare glad the many teachers of the county are gathered in our midst this week Gladly we wel come them They deserve much praise for tbe great responsibility they have assumed and nobly will they perform the duties connected therewith We hope that they have spent pleasant as well as a profitable week and we wish them- a sate return to their schools a successful year and a bright aud joyous future God bless them all They are as fair as the sun ever shown upon i IN the death of the Hon Zick Phelps Louisville losses not only her best lawyer but one of her best and most enterprising citizens in every way In every enterprise started in that city his name was to be found among the cheif pro uiotois and from him the poor people received as much if not glove than aiiy other oneman J ritA Company of Colorado capaital ists have been organized to build an electric railway to the top of Pikes Peg k the road starting from Colorado Springs The build ind of the cog railroad which nov rut from Manitoa to the top of the Peak is a mo twouderful piece ofengineering the Cripple Creek Short line was still a more difficul road for construction and still more difficult than that will be the electric IHONT S Buruani of Madison county has declined to accept the republican nomination for the leg islature and now an effort is being made to induce Mr A T Che nault a former Democrat to run ADDITIONAL LIVINGSTON 0 Mrs W F Tubbs has been quite sick this week Mrs Will Childress visited home folks at Pine Hill lastweek Miss Lula Mullins of Mullins Station is visiting friends in town Miss Anna Roberts of Gum Sulphur is visiting Miss Lida CookMr Arthur Botner and Miss Lida Cook visited friends at Gum Sulphur Sunday There is no school this week as the teachers are attending the In stitute at Mt Vernon- J F Cooper was in Mt Vernon Wednesday and returned accom panied by Mrs Susie Mullins Mrs W B Dill ion and children returned home Tuesday from a visit with relatives in Lincoln county Mr Sam Magee has resigned his clerkship with Ward Magee and returned to his home at Crab Orch ardMr and Mis Will Eubanks of Paris were the guests of Mrs James Tucker at the Dillion hotel last week Mr and Mrs J T Blankenship and two little daughters are visiting the family of John Hilton in Knox county and also taking in the fair at Barbourville W C Mullins Willie Gand Miss Bertina Mullins J H Hock er and Miss Hattie Orndorff at tended the HowellMullins wedding at Brodhead Tuesday John Brown C C Williams Judge Williams and LV Bethu ram of Mt Vernon Mr and Mrs Frank Jones of Conway were guests at the Dillion Hotel Tues day CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE THURSDAY MORNING After singing by Institute and devotional exercises by Pres Frost of Berea College the subject of Geography was taken up and dis cussed by the following teachers Lee Chestnut R E Bell T F Abney J N Brown SH Martin Miss Arthusa Cloyd Prof Dicker son and Pres Frost C W Barnes of Georgetown and Prof Sewell of London were made honorary members of the InstituteThe ject of History was next introduced by Prof Marsh who gave a most interesting talk Advanced Reading was then taken up and discussed by Prof Marsh who was followed by JNBrown VTHURSDAY AFTERNOON InstitllteandI Ping who was followed by Mrs Jones and Prof Dickefson Prof Ewers J W Brown L W Bethurum B J Bethurum Judge R G Williams C C Vii Hams Prof Reymond and William honoraryII Various subjects relating to truss ussedI were made on the subject of Associations by Prof Reymond and W C Barnes1 HJlf SickI Izr f I first used Ayers Sarsaparilla 3 in ths fall of Since then have trken it every spring as bloodpurifying and nerve g srt yvSdownlare easily tired if youri nerves are weak and your blood is thin then begin to take the good old stand I famiiy medicine lard Sarsaparillar a reGular nerve lifera perfect blood builder si00abotte All gistst iAsk doctor what ho thinks of A era Sarsaparilla Ile knows all about this grand old family Follow his advice and we will bo satisfied J C AVER CO Lowell Mass c nruramazurcu ADDITIONAL LOCALS If you dont think enough of a paper to pay for it and have it sent to your home dont borrow one from your neighbor and slip around in some corner to read it Be a man or a hog one SHOT =Will Tine Mullins the oldest son of H J Mullins was shot twice Friday night by Charley Durham while attending a dance on Crooked Creek Just before the shooting tookP lace there was a little troubl between Mullins and Durham over a place to dance but their friends interfered stopped it and the boys shook hands which as every one thought ended the trouble But shortly some one called toMullius to come out side and as he passed out the door two shots were fired one taking effect in the leg and the other near the shoulder blade Young Mr Mul lius isimproving and Dr Penning ton the attending physician says will rent Durham escaped and his where abouts are unknown DEADMr Joe Poynter who was fatally iujuredlast Wednesday a week ago by a horse falling on him die d Friday night For about sixty hours lie lay perfectjvi un conscious and never at any time was he able to take any refresh ments not even water There has never been a death in our little town when more sympathy was aroused than there was in the death of Mr Poynter the unfortunate way in which he lost his life On Wednesday morning he left home well and hearty and as we heard some friends express it more chepr fuLtban usual But little did he think that that morning was the last time heo dETer he able to do arvything for his sick wife or those littlelenless children which on account of afflictions were so dependant upon him A large number of friends and relatives ac companied the remains to the Old Freedom aagoodly number had gathered to view the lifeless form of their once old friend and neighbor How To Gain FleshPersons have been known to gain a jtsosssatf a day by taking an ounce of SCOTT S EMUI SION It is strange but it often happens producesthedigestive machinery going prop iily so that the patient is able ordinaryfoodtore t and that is the way the gain s mads A certain amount of flesh is necessary for health if you have rcr ci it you can get it by t fA i ff ill1fJiiMIKi J t r tnttIYou viii find it just as yicfuJ in summer thdvji1guponit Sac ndraa a ctigls scOTT UONE ati ct ort Sampson has 11ert zed as the pink tea1cH jv but in the interest of1l or rtivcn 111eristeetd1iliI ytY fr ir II rk V j QJiiV1H = 1 1c JGariesl tosecssiag iI l tk LIjBusiness fduc t10n tjpOfc3tpdiaaoMYYIr CJ WANTED0 SPLIT SPOKES Forest Hickory 176 on heart i3 deep 28 in long all white 6 perM Forest Hickory 176 on heart r Y deep 28 in long all Red 4 per M Forest Hickory 2 on heart2I deep 28 in long Red or White S per M Forest Hickory 2 on heart 2 in long Red or White and Red 12 per M Forest Hickory 2 non heart 3 deep 28 in long Red or White and Red 17 per M Ferest Hickorey 2 on heart 2 U deep 30 in long all white 2nd growth straight grain ed free from all defects y2o per 11 2x2 tsecond growth that 1snota11Vh te 10 per M 2nd Growth Hickory Butts 5 in and over in diameter ic per inch 2nd Growth Hickory Butts 10 H 12 13 14 15 16 in and over in diameter i fcper inch- DOUBLETREE BILLETS 2 4x2 4 46 in long 30 per M 2X23 42 in long 5 rV J 2x 331 38 in leng 20t 2Ix 3 36 in long 18n TO be delivered on yards be tween Stanford ane Hazel Patch and on the K C Railroad to Con way L L JARRETTInspector BRODHEAD KY What the Robinson Thermal Bath Cabinet Will Do IT WILL appeal to your intelligence IT WILL clean all impurities from the skin IT VILL purify the blood and liver IT WILL cure kidney trouble IT WILL make beautiful complex ion Vr 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 j IT WILL free the system of to bacco IT WILL give new life to every organ J IT WILL cure the worst colds IT WILL relieve the system of the effects of liquor IT WILL relieve all congestions IT WILL give you a defter bath than any wateronearth IT WILL be endorsed by ever nJjForyf J P LECHLEITk- v MT VERNON KY rNSURANCE Safe reliable and prompt in adjusting losses E S AtCRIGHT L Sigualoffi ce c 4 crI r 1HE BANK OF MT ftamRNONKY lO JitlI rCO az t CAEIrAL 8 toCJi t5OJU l S H MARTIN PRES A K EWERS VICBPEE W L RICHARDS CASUFR A FURNISH ASST CASH RrneberGeoWe solicit vaccounts offirms and individuals CareJnl attention is given collections entrusted to Uh Our friends and patrons am invited to call when in town First National Bank OF STANFORD KY Capital Stock siou doe Surplus 1804076 DIRECTORS J W Hayden W P Walton J H Collier M D Elmore G Hied T P Hill S H Baughman W A Tribble illeT Millerancl S T Harris We solicit the accounts of the citizens of Rockcastle and adjoiniig counties assuring them prompt and careful attention to all busi ness intrusted to us Personal application and correspond ence with a view to business relations invited JS MOCKER Pres JATO J McROBERTS Cashier k A A McKINNEY Asst Cashier r DANNIE OWENS j UNDERTAKER Gaskets Coffins Robes Etc Kept in Stock Orders by MailTelegraph or Telephone Promptly filled BRGDHEAJD KENTUCKY folir = GO TO JONAS r PENZiE fST VERNONKY for Everything in Dry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes ana Genera Merchandise BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES WI LLISGRIFFINIPractical Undertker and FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Ky Stock Complete FINE HEARSE Attached yGan furnish Metal u Caskets and have Embalming done on short notice Come and see me anything I have not got can get for you on first rain that leave the city ORDERS by wire Promptly Filled t TIlE PEOPLES T DRUGSTOEE 1 C G DAVIS ac CO DRUGS PATENT MEDICINES r Perfumes Stationery7J Cigars Tobacco Paints Oi1slTOILET ARTICLESPRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY C01IPQUNDEDJ FrRE INSURANCE your Houses insured inthe OLD RE tA1SUAgeneyMt VernonJ Gall atSignal Office lri iiY y m 5rY Vz r x n = H I Hi- r Mt VehiOD Signal l 11tYi1NDN KySept 6 1901 rnQ l jt I LOUISVILLE i NASHVILLE RR TIME TABLE 4 north 1105 a m 56 north I131amt t 33 seutli i 157 p ir t 5S uthH w 145 am Jas LANDRUM Agent t Entered at the Mt Veni wut Ky Post ottIce sec ouu c4mail Q niter MGSOhEC1- AIahlaud Suturnday 111AlII 32TMT VERNON P A CHAPTER No 140 ilEETS every FOURTH MONDAY at pllI CHURCHES i Christian Holds services 1st 3r1 Sunda 3 at 11 a in and at 630 p PresbyterianHolds wIand 4th Sunday morning and Eveningr Baptist Church Services on the Second Saturday night and Snuday Suuday School at 9 a m every Sunday Prayer meeting on Tuesdaynigit s PERSONALS 0 W F McClary has been on the sick list this week jR L Brown came over from Somerset yesterday J EHouk went to Louisville Monday to buy new goods Mr and Mrs H Blazer were guestfs of Mr and Mrs H Fish John Walton was up from Liv s1dayJoe Carson this Livingston jewel er was here between trains yester day MmH S Bra amon was one of the welcome visitors to our town Monday TM Griffin of Lebanon tion 4f spent several daysin ourl town this week t Frank Jones of Conway was here Wednesday looking after some legal matters Lytle Adams who is now en gageo at Bertha Ky was home Sunday to see homefolks Mrs D Cooper brought her little son barley up Sunday and put him inlthe College Monday Cqssie Sutton has returned from a visit to his uncle Mr Andrew Thompson at Preachersville Prof J S Reppert the Sage of R venVood was one of the distiuuishad visitors in town Mon dayMr H C Gentry tells us that Mrs J T Gentry who was se riouslyill last week is much im provedJohn H Williams called to see us yesterday and ordered the Sg lr sent to his son Lee at Miullnllir Miss Mamie Ferguson vill re turn to Louisville next Tuesday to take ier position in the Institute for the blind AjBert Hiatt and T A Stewart Of two loft Rockcastles nicest young men were in attending the insti tute yesterday Mrs MC Williams of Stan ordtand OVIrs Sam JHooker of Rus selviUe were guests of Mrs C C Williams this week- S and Joe Brown were forced to leave the institute on account of sickness Sant it is feared has a touch of typhoid fever Mr R S Martin the splendid tobaccoman stopped here Monday on his way to theimountanis in the- einterest t t of his business Mrs G W McClure and daughter Mrs S N Davis went to Paint Lick Wednesday to visit her daughter Mrs W F Champ Rpbt Saufly and Wearren Hughes two nice young gentlemen from Stanford were up Sunday to see some of our most beautiful young ladies Dr1IvI If Myers took to Cincin nail Saturday night Mrs Thomas Phis motherinlaw and her daughter Miss Lucy who have been with the Dr and Mrs Myers for the past month and brought back with him his sistertvIissEUa Myers of GlericoeI j George Pennington is visiting- friends and relatives near McKee A W and Charley Stewart of TyViJdie attended the Barbourvllle Fair- fcIIKiMrs W J ChiJdress of Livings ton came up Wednesday to attend the Institute Judge Alcorn passed through yesterday en rout to the Mountains to attend court R E Thompson and chil IMrsreturned to their home in- Lancaster yesterday h Mr and Mrs J R Stuckey cause up from Livingston Sunday and placed their son John Wesley in the College Monday Fritz Kreuger returned yesterday from Louisville where he went to buygoods Mr Kreuger is in very poor health just at pres ent Mr Nathaniel Sewell founder of the Mountain Democrat a thriv ing little paper at London was here this week in the interest of the Sue Bennett School at that place Miss Mitchell of Tennessee and Miss Dove B Letcher of Rich mond arrived the first ofthe week to take their positions in the col lege which will be good news to all those who have children to send to school Judge Colyer and daughter Miss Mary left Tuesday for Alton Ky tHeir new home Mrs Col3er and sons John and Roscoe Jeft last night Judge and two daughters Misses Fannie and Jalia willre main in Mt Vernon until the first of the year LOCAL 6 The South Eastern Kentucky Medical Society will meet here next Friday Sept 13111 The L N will give onehalf fare rate to the London Fair which i takes place next Tuesday Wednes day and Thursday To CINCINNATIThe L N will sell tickets to Cincinnati on Sept 14th and 15th limited until Sept 28 at one fare for the round trip on account of the Cincinnati Fall Festival JSiSTLhaye just returned front the city with a full line of the very latest styles in belts hose vests gloves hankerchiefs straightfront corsets combs and collarettes Mrs Sallie Williams REWARD The Bastin Telephone Company has posted a reward of 50 for the arrest and conviction of the person who cut the wire be tween Round Hill and Silver Cr eek Thursday DIVIDENDThe Controller of the Currency declared a dividend of 50 per cent in favor of the credi tors of the Somerset Banking Co Some Rockcastle stockholders want to know where their divi dends are TELEPHONE The Telephone Company has closed the gap at Kentucky river and this section of the State includingTilliamsbug Barbourville London and interme diate points can talk over hide pendentwires to Lexington Winchester Nicholasville Frankfort and surrounding territory APART SIXTY YEAR Ourgood friend D R Gentry tells use the following of two brothers Harve Long and Anderson Long who had not seen each other for over sixty iears When only a boy LongleftIstate thirty years had been unable to hear any using from his brother Anderson who now lives near Walnut Grove Pulaski county and thought he was dead Buta short time ago Frank McCreary BrownIweut to met up withS-I Harve Long and told him about his brother Anderson a mail now 82 years old and he at once board ed the train for Kentucky Those who were present when they met say that there were never npto happier souls than the jt nr = JKaTYoou are most cordially in vited to come and examine my new stock of fall millinerv wasIwas tey celebrated everywhere Mrs Sallie Willianisv DEAD Mrs Elizabeth Thomp GeorgeIand John Thompson died last Wednesday and waqburried Thurs day TO CURT Ai COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure EVGrove signature is on each box 25CtS IN COUNTY COURT Boes Mnl lins was filled 250 and cost for breach of the peace William French 25 and cost for disturbing a lawful assembly John Freder icks was tried and held over to the Cercuit Court under a too bond for selling liquor unlawfully Mrs Sallie Williams has just returned from Cincinnatiwhere she attended the grand opening of the wholesale milliner houses and from which she made a selec tion of a most beautiful line of fall hatewhich are now on display at the Brick Hote- lAssOcIATIoNRev William Williams who was elected Moder ator of the Rockcastle County Baptist Association which was held at Freedom church this week reports a very successful meeting and a larg attendance Granville Owens of Brodhead was made secretary W R Dilliion has through his attorneys Col Welsh and Judge Alcorn of Stanford and Brown and McClure of tbis place brought suit against Bowman and Cockrell to force them to move their boom on Rockcastle river near Living- stOn The boom belonging to Bowman and Cockrell is just a short distance above where the planing mill is located which Mr Dillion recently sold to some Paris parties rand which they have refused to accept unless he can force Bowman and Cockrell to move their boom GOOD HITThe Mount Vernon Band rendered such music during the Fair that all grumbles and frowns as is usually tfie case were driven away by words of praise Mr E B Mullins is President C C Davis business manager and boysrare all good fellows gentlemen and no other band has so completely satisfied the people who have attended fairsin this section They were all well pleased with this sec tion and with the people and are now enjoying the good things of Russell Springs waiting over to render efficient music for the Fair here next week Our good wishes accompany them Adair County News SPLENDID OPENING The Mt Vernon Collegiate Institute opened Monday with the largest attendance in the history of the school for the first week The number enrolled Monday was over sixty per cent larger than ever before The able and efficient instructou Prof A E Ewers was successful in securing the very best and most upto date teachers which means a good school and one that everybody will be pleased with who have any appreciation of a good thingt MARRIED Mr John Howell a- firstclass young business man of Livingston and the beautiful Miss Cleo Mullins oldest daughter of Mr John A llulliusV of that town lastwereTuesday afternoon at 4 oclock at the residence ofRevA J Pikey aw Rev Pike is the uncle of the bride and is greatly 1bYedby her and being a preacher of recognized abil ity she chose hini to prfoHnthe cere liony Miss Cleo Just- come from Stanford where she had been on a visit to her Aunt Mrs E ji Brown and by appointment the lucky young man met lerat oftiatBrodhead We congratulate yon Mr Howell on yourgallntfight I and splendid victory 1n winning sDlenthcdiri woman rtO o =STOPS THE COUGH AND WORKS OFF THE COLD Laxative BromoQuinine Tablets cir a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents At a meeting of he creditors of Frank Jones held in Livingston Tuesday W C Mullins was unan imously elected trustee and Jacob Sambrook W R Dillion and Jo nI Pope appraisers CARD OF THANKS O To our many friends who were beireavement in the untimely death of husband and brother we desire to express our most sincere thanks and especially to Mr and Mrs T B Lair at whose home he lay during his sad affliction MRS VILIOTHPOYNTERV D C POYNTER WARNING Nick Parks a negro was given two years in peuetutiary from Lancaster Circuit Court last Tuesday on charge of having in company with Tom Najloi a white man broken a number of glass insulators from telephone poles be tween I caster and Crab Orchard by throwiroc I at them Naylor forfeited his cxouoL of 300 which his father had q pay Some of the parties on Beej ck line and at other points h3J bet be careful or they may gd over the road in same manner as Parks was sent RECEPTIoNThe most brilliant reception ever given in Rockcastle was tendered Wednesday evening by Judge R G Williams to the Institute and other invited guests in honor of the Misses Goodall of Nashville Tenn The large crowd was graciously received by Judge Williams and the honorees assisted by Mrs M C Williams Misses Ellen Butner and Ella Joplin The lawn was aglow with bright Japanese lanterns and dotted here and there were rustic seats The long veranda was converted into an ideal lovers nook banked with palms and ferns and bright flowers In its entirety it was a thing of beautyA contest was pleasantly indulged in Prof C W Barnes of Georgetown having won the prize The Helmet of Navarre During the evening delightful refreshments were served in the dining room by Misses Rissie Williams and Reca Baker A string band added charm to the occasion by rendering many catchy pieces The following is a list of those present who registered besides a number who attended and failed to register whose names we were unable to get Misses Bert Ia Mullins Lula Dyer Sallie Dickerson Bessie May Houk Georgia McFerran Bessie Miller Mattie McFerrou Helen Smith Jalia Colyer Ellen Butner Ella Joplin Lilie Butner Risse Williams Reca Baker Mattie Bales Nannie Bales Louella Jarrett Nannie Hysinger Helen Singleton Maggie Hansel tola Hansel Grace Cox Minerva Price Pearl Mullins PenningtonLour Brown Joanna Craig Vira De Bord Sallie Brown Helen L Thurmond Ida May Adams Sarah Wallen Ida arkersou Bettie Wilmott Fannie Mullins Georgia Creed and Annie Thompson Prof A E Ewers S N Dayis R B t Mullins DB Thompson J Nathaniel Seweil of London C W Barnes of Georgetown Tl T Simmons T J Ball W H Bqowu W A B Davis President Wm Goodeli Frost of Berea College TowIM K Mitchell Robt Cox A B GdffiAavdjENI w r C C Williams M Q Williams pf Stanford Nannie C Albriglitv Laura Jones and Frank Goyle J 6 Yf 0 JThis signature is on every box of tlio genuine Laxative BrUPBSuil fin T ts thn oinQtly thnt eiiicg n io 3SJi9l Ja7 = = 1N CmH FRITH1BRODHEAD KENTUCKY = =COM jtodav1lnt for your own inI tere t be sure to come DONT BUY FROM US until youve looked around if you pre fer it that way but in any event youlbuyWe will save You Time and Money IbRolledtoatslSc Big bargains in CLOTHING SHOES HATS DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS We PuiBnn On Top j By Se11iu You aF hel Bottom BETTER GOODSAT OWERPRICIS THAN YOU CAN GET ELSEWHERE mixture for ALL of li to wIt Wi ray YOU toi Run jfter Them1 LGw Prices and Qualities CORRECTED EACH VEEK BY C H IA zrbucklesLjon Coffee L234C XXXX Coffeei 12 Good Green Coffee IOC to I2Ic Flour N S per bbl 44O Flour Mt Belle 400 Flour Plain Family 300 Granulated Sugar 16 Its 100 Syrups per gallon 30C 7 Cakes of D Boone Soap Coal Oil best gallon iSc Calico best Grades 50 wILL PAY HIGHEST price FOR COUNTRY PRO DUCE rCANTAffid Pal11t tr J THEman whosays that forgets that done is economy and the fact is he cant afford NOT to paintJHOW often you require to paint is largely upon the paint use The ShermanHWilliams paints out last others They are the most economical paints you can use because they cover most and longest Add to this their good appearance and you have perfect paintsTHE SHERMAN WIL 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 paint for that particular purposenot one slapdash all SOLD ICH FRITH BRODHEAD ICY j THE AMERICAN INVESTMENT COMPANYJ IncorporatedIii 5 25000 00 SSSEtfVE SURPLUS 125000 00 A CHJt T PAID COUPON HOlDERS 200000 Oft Address all correspondence to HO3IE OFFICE LEXINGTON KY GOOD TERMS TO FIRST CLASS AGENTrirJ 0o To A BRYANTSFOR kinds all in a store by the KV rr tr b J TQ Staple Fancy Groceries Dry Goods Notions Boots shoes goods found general JUST Depot VERNON THE PEOPLE HAVE FOUND J 1hr 11ODIL M Mt Vernon Kr BE FRITH The place for Fair keeping on hand what want We Iooa Dealingand are Agents for Horse Shoe brand fertilizes farming implements shingles hay corn An thing you want come to ouru Big supply house convinced r ouppliesti Ie Complete 4 t IOtJR SHOES Shelves1 are groaning under the Joads of goods to the general trade f 11 continue come High C l dependent I J and aiiil and and WT you coal and and suit of all grades hats and caps clothing over alls shirts collars and ties and a general line of mens furnishings j Ladies rofall Kinds OUR OUR i cone ibc per you wear BY be goods are firstclass j motto uFairDealingr55 f look buy and be satlsfied that we mean what we say and oiiiwiil Houk b Adams i PtIONE NO 25 3iiR fI ol I t Miller House HUGH MILLER PROPER Headquarters for Commercial Men Porter at all trains r The VerandaHotel foSERH COFFEY PROPR Stanford Iiyr Specially equipped for traveling oleo Sample room on first floor 5 Bath rooms freeto guests RATES 200 per day Hotel FrithFR- ANCISCOF Propr located at the Depotm co J Bodnead KY Good Livery Attaehed Meet all Trains Day and Night Traveling Men and Railroad men Solicited Will fur lunches for all trains wder FrancicoMON- UMENTAL WORKS Brodbead Ky Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones ALL WORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVEN Big Four BUFFALO ROUTE TO PiNMER1 CAN EXPOSITION cif p 1901 4 X BEST LINE To T Indianapolis- Peoria and Chicago INFORMATION cheerfully fur nished on application City Ticket Office BIGFOURNo 213 FOURTH AVENUE or write to SJ GATESGeneral LOUISVILLE KY r New Fast Train d TO COLORADO ANDii PACIFIC COAST V In effect Sunday May 19th I The new train will leave St Louis jbb a m daily the evening train to same V dailytThrough Bleeping car service be St San Francisco and Sorthwesteru points Only line th t does a t vice 3aily Recursion tickets 6vOU sale For further information address R TG Matthews T P tt- ouisvilleK y fe C TOWNSEND Geul Passr and Tkt Agt St Louis irtst1tanc e oral11 lindS Signalofi non COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURT Fourth Mon day in each month QUARTERLY COURT Fiist Monday in January April July and OctoberCIRCUIT COURT Second Mon day in February Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in Sep temberMT VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month L o T M Mt Vernon Hive o No 24 MT VERNON KY MEETSEvery Tuesday 1St and 3rd week 230 p m2nda- nd 4th week 730 p m Mrs NANNIE C ALBRIGHTLADY Miss BESSIE M HOUK LADY REC KEEP K O T M VerJloJl Tit No 21 MT VERNON KY MEETS every ist and 3rd Mon day in each month 730 p m GEO S GRIFFIN COM ARCH FURNISH REC KEEP ML MYERS DENTISTMT VERNON KY OFFICEAt the Rice property PHONE No 38 P A PennIngton D DS MD DENTST- N W Cor Third and Chestnut Sts LOUISVILLE KY Will be at Miller House Mt ernon during all Circuit Courts R G Williams AttoreYatyLawMT OFFICE on Church StOPposite Court House R L BROWN ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KEFTUCKY OFFICEUp stairs in old brick hotel opposite Court house Special attention given to col lections u RA JONESD- ENTIsrr STANFORD KY Phone No 48 Office over Higgins McKenneys Store C C Williams AttorneyatLaw Vim VERNON ny OFFICE On 2nd floor of The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church streetSpecial attention given to collections G W MCCIURE J W BROWN McCLURE BROWN AttorneysatJLaw t MT VERNON KY All business entrusted to our care will receive prompt attention Office room No 8 in the old Brick Hotel FurnitureUndertaking A full and complete stock All orders filled promptly Motto Bestgoods and lowest prices J A Mtillins Son Successors toBlankenship Mulliiis LIVINGSTON KENTUCKY MULLlN5aOTEL Furnished with Every Conven ienceund Comfort John Farmer PrQPh Vj LIVINGSTON KY SAMPxSboms forCofutn rcial men THE LINEN SUIT Man that is born of woman is of few days and full of trouble and he hunteth for most ofit Behold he getteth a large bunch thereofwhen he buyeth a linen suit Yea verily the linen suit is naught but vanity and vexation of spirit Atfiist it fitteth like unto the paper on the wall and the price is lower than that of ice It feeleth cool and looketh the same A man walketh about the streets and is glad And sayeth unto all he meets Lo this is a wondrous thing that I have found Behold it is a lulu and a daisy Yet there lurketh in the linen suit more deceit than isheld in the heart of the poker player For it taketh unto itself divers shapes and many wrinkles The coat sacketh in the back and thevest groweth a twist like untoacorrguated iron roof And a smudge of dirt always ap peareth on the back of the coat and runneth from the shoulders unto the southeastern boundary thereofAnd the userswhichthe vulgar call pant ver forth more bad anepage than a thermometerFor oW at the knees until the man looking as if he were wearing brackets And they crawyupon one side and down on th othe sothat the legs look like the long and short of it Peradventure the man sayeth unto himself Behold I will even send this suit unto the wash And he doeth so And the suit cometh back with all the bottous gone and it is fined with starch So that the man hath to smite witha ball bat before he getteth it loose enough to put upon him Yet when he tryeth to wear it behold it hath shrunk And the coat gathercth itself into a bunch at the edge of his shoulder blade And the pockets thereofare under his arms and the sleeves giveth- it up at the elbows Yet again he sendeth the suit unto the laundry and this time it doth not shrink but getteth longer So that he hath to take reefs in the trousers and useth the coat for an ulster While the vest hangeth down as an apronVerily the linen suit is the strenuous element of summer life It is as a puzzle which hath no answer Or as a conundrum which mean eth naught For no man knoweth which way it will jump Or why it will jump when it junvpeth Beware the linen suit my son when it gleameth aright in the show window and when it spread eth itself upon the counter For at the last it pincheth like ai vice or else roameth into space Is not this so even as we have thought it outBaltimore Americana Land Stock and Crop 0Catron and Wood bought of J1- T Livesay 21100 pound steers at 3 cts also 2 short horn yearlings at plit 5 Hibler Bros of this county have bought of T H Clay 40 head of j ooo douud butcher cattle at I 291headcents Bourbon News Charley Glock sold lad barrels of new corn at 3 per barrelJoe Jordan of Atlanta who is with Fox Logan bought a car load of horses in Boyle and Lincoln coun ties last week at from 70 to 150 pet headDanville Advocate Georgetown Court1o cattle on the market Mondas Good cat tle of 850 pounds weight sold at 325 to 375 per cwt heifers at at 2 75 to 3 00 calves 16 to 17 50 per head horses3o to 75 Fortyone sheep sold at 2 50 per headTimesA from Lancaster says Julian Frank agent for a New York firm bought Friday from W S Beasley Bro and Gibbs Beazley 306 head of export cattle For September delivery They averaged 1000 pounds The price was from 5 37 to 5 50 per hund red The above firms will receive over 25000 for these cattle Winchester Democrat Brent Bros of this city purchased several hundred acres ofnew hemp last Meek at 5 per 112 pounds Only about twothirds- of this years crop eas been yet cut This yield will fall a little below that of last year but will as a whole be an average crop for the past five yearsParis Kentuckian Mr R A Dodd of Wilmore on Monday bought 2500 bushels of wheat from M E Mulcahy at 68c a bushel He also bought three horses and a mule here at 65 to 100 each Mr Scutt the Lex ington hemp man who was in Ver sailles Monday says that hemp in Central Kentucky will make more than an average crop Woodford SunThe damage done to crops Grant county by the drouth can hardly be estimated In some parts of the county corn may make as much as halfa crop andit is doubtful if the average in the county will be as much as a third crop Tobacco has not suffered so much as corn and it will if frost keeps off until thefirst of October make something li ehalf a crop Williamstown Couri r- STRAYEDA black sow white spot in forehead crap in rightear and a split in iett weight about 200 left the farm of John Coffey near Langford about 2 weeks agog will pay a liberal reward for her return or information as to her whereabouts SAM HYSINGER Mt Vernon WORnNGNICHT AND DAY The busiest and mightiest little thing thatever vas made is Dr Kings New Life Pills These pills change weakness into strength listlessness into energy brainfag into mental power Theyre won derful in building up the health Only 25C per box Sold by all Druggists rdttlt ri1tbt1t d 1nMtinMtrit tlllI t 5ERA- SONS I WHYi iCousseatiL J Massey Busi L ss College I i LOUISVILLE KY t1 1 It is the leading Commercial School in Kentucky 2 Its courses of study are thorough and systcmaticI1 3 giventof t month immediately upon graduation + t4 V cpa student railroad dare to Louisville + thet1 Write orElegrint Cattxlosti and Sppcial Discounts + r ++r T f1 i fI r T fi1 jff 7 ur = u = iu 1i i tw lr 11euaw4lALiti ll Gllci f Isyll t I I 11 Nr 2n =rel IraatalllMIIti1tfV Jr iY trtslmilalmg IlteFoodandllenulat- ir eSlamncl l1ndBowclsof IIWiI fI Promotes Dig slionChecrrul 1II ness aril RestCcmtains neither OJittnJmpltine norMinera1 NOT NAf C OTIC i L- cx fld1Jr SlJlEl1fTCfiilAI- 1114a dlx izR- oehell ScIlJ tftasc fcvrf + Jtepennbtl glFiatryn l tfI forConstipalion Worms Convulsions Feverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature or 8NEW YORK COPy OF WRAPPER itEXACT t iw b r i JI ii Twlo iiiol1fS Jdt ff 1 4n Tvasribc rru iYou have two trains a day to Texas on theJgips Cotton Belt Roui For and of points reach plenty time connect witH Ahese trains 2 at at n w7IiliiI sas ar JJA 1l it l t iiI s ent- 1 it 1 tJ v Jin of to left trains carry at Cafe Cars the day and Free o Chair Cars both day and night Write and tell where you are going and when you will and we will tell you the exact cost of ticket and send you complete for fiJ tiie We will also send you an Interesting ii bpok A Trip to Texas tt iT P A AUMEGP Tli For Nearest Correct Guesses on the Total Vote of Ohio on 5 1901 will be distributed to patrons of the Weekly as follows 4 U 1600Ie t 1000 Fifth a n 500u 400- U U et 3 Next 20 each 5100 2000I U 100u 50U I 60OO u 200 25 u 5OOO U 100001000u 10ce 060u 5II 15300 A total of4387 prizes ton 50000 Incase of tie guesses prize equally divided Contest closes November s 1901 The Total Vote of Ohio in 1891 was 795631 1892U 861625 1893U 835604 1894 776819 1895 846996 Messagcs Wil- IhunslurgBaJr bourvilleCorbin BrodheadfWabdLevelCreen eASTOR Infants1W6CiitJaTiiO aLThuAtwastght Bears the- Signature Over Thirty Years CASTORIA iatheprincipal Memphis morning Spa evening tConan Pullman during OhltI 850000 November Enquirer 6aOForThirdU Fourt1lu SixthUSeventhII amountingtoun amounting 1896 was 1897u 864031 1898 793100 1899u 92087a 1049121 Guess what it will be in 1901 6000 An additional prize of 6000 for any person making an exactly correct guess If there be more than one exactly correct guess the 6000 to be equally divided among them The Conditions are S100 for a ears subscription to the Wec Enquirer entitles such subscriber to one guess for ten yearly subscriptions secures ten guesses ilOOO for one subscription ten years secures ten guesses No commissions or extra guesses For further particulars see Weekly Enquirer Send all orders to ENQUIRER COMPANY Cincinnati O TELL EM THE WILL SC FRANKLIN s Vernon to Hazel Patch Livingston Tine Hill Brush Creek Langford Wildie Banford Crab Orchard Stan ford Lancaster and nIl central Kentucky points low rates Old newspapers for sale this office 25 cts 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