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Biirdett" is improving ipoiati. The disorders in (Turkey are E..B. Harris has assumed control ofilhe.NicnoluHville Courier. .Anarchists jiluinied'to kill the President during itis Western tour. A cqpperhcad snake bite was cured at XDvviiigsville by a mad The settlement protocol between China and the Powers has been . sjgncd. Iu a pistol duel at Irvine Jim 'tTewit and Lee Scott were both killed. Kitchener reports satisfactory tresults in killing and capturing iiiorers. Fire destroyed .the general offices of the Oregou short line railroad, at Salt Lake. Four people were killed in a .Seaboard Airline railroad wreck i near Atlanta. John Meagher, who killed W. J. .McNamara in Lexington last month was discharged. The G. A. R. is iu session at Cleveland this week and the city is .full of veterans. John W. Buchanan, the well-- 1 known real estate man of Louisville, .died of apoplexy. A woman was burned to death in Iher home in Topeka, Kan., and foul play is suspected. The Filipino leader, Angeles, has surrendered with nineteen officers jucn. and tweuty-tw- o ' .Mrs. James F. Pojjue was'tiUed . and her .uistor fatally injured iu a runaway near Maysville. Mrs. James F. Poguc was killed and Iter sister fatally injured in a runaway near Maysville. In blasting a well uear Bedford TV. R. Morgan was blown out of the well and fatally injured. k Albia, la., Otis Green shot and killed his wife and then sent .a bullet through his own head. Secretaty Gage proposes to buy bonds and deposit public funds to 'put more money iu circulation. The East Jellico Coal Company, of Knox county increased its capital stock from $75,000 to $200,000. 1 Little Mattie Owens improves very slow. Mrs. Armstrong returned to her home Monday. Dr. I F. Watson is on the sick list, this week. Mr. C. H. Frith's house is Hearing completion. Born, to the wife of Rev: Hpltz-claa fine boy. Mrs. Tilden Frith was in Mt. Vernon Saturday. Gran pa Geo. T. McRoberts left Monday, for Stanford. Walter Turpin is head, sawyer for (The Ky.) this week. Mrs. Josh Dunn is visiting, relatives at Lancaster, this week. A. E. Albright and wife returned home irom Cincinnati, Monday last. Mr. Geo. Roberts, of Indiana, is visiting Mr. J. G. Frith, this week. Miss Edna Cotton, of Lou'sville, is visiting Miss Ella Dunn, this week. "' Clarence Perkins left for Junction City, where he will attend school. Mrs. E. E. Protheroe left for Cincinnati, where she will join her husband. Mr. C. H. Frith, accompanied by his father, went to Mt. Vernon on business. Mr. J. B. Farmer returned home Monday from Louisville, accompanied by his mother. R. G. Wilmott returned home from Louisville, Monday last and reported a gay time. Miss Mattie Kesl:.ng returned last from Lebanon Juuction, where she had been visiting. Misses Susie Hilton, Clyde Cass, Lydie Hilton, Ethel Zarker, Sallie Purcell, also Messrs. Lester Hilton, M. C. Albright and O. A. Frith, spent Sunday last with the South ern Railroad suneyors at Level Green. Mr. O. A. Frith happened to a serious accident. home-Monday- CONWAY Sam Johnson has typhoid fever. J. S. Arnold is now a resideut of Conway. Mrs. Johu Coffey,, of Fairland; 111., is visiting, relatives here. Jesse Dykes went to London Wednesday to take iu the lair. Editor Howard Gratz, of the G. W. Shockley, of Berea, has Kentucky Gazette, was stricken Lexington Tues- been in this section for the past with paralysis at week. Mrs. Elmiiia Hardin and daughter, Miss Eva, are with friends and day. Wholesale arrests of anarchists, accused of plottiug against the life of the President, are about to be 'made. Losses in oil land speculation 'caused Oliver Eglar, of Dallas, TerEf, to commit suicide at George-'town, O. The aunual national convention of the Independent Order of Red Men were iu session iu Cincinnati, ' this week. A woman lost her life in at- ' tempting to ride through the whirlpool rapids at Niagara Falls in a barrel. Judge Clark, of the United States Circuit Court, says the States and Congress should pass laws to suppress anarchy. The London press continues to be devoted largely to the news from Buffalo and the question of impressing auarchists. Lord Rothchild stated in Lon-do- u that the feeliug of the British fiuaucial world is that Presideut McKiuley will get well. The hearing of nine anarchists arrested in Chicago on suspicion of being implicated in the conspiracy to murder the President was postin order poned until Septeruber-io- , to allow more complete investigation. relatives at Irvine. Mrs. Luther Kelton left last week, for a months visit to her son Charley in Lexington. Mat Coffey and. family are visiting relatives at Wallacetou, Madison county, this week. The children, of Rube Wilmott and Mike Piugleton, both of near Copper Creek, are very sick with scarlet fever. Sam Mason bought a car load of hogs and cattle in this section (he first of the week. Hogs brought 5ctsand cattle 3cts per pound. Mr. Jone.-- , father of M. R. and W. H. Jones, who has been in Illinois for some time past, will start for Kentucky 'September 24. E. W. Owen, of Lovell, Knox county, and fannerly a citiztn of the Sciffuid Cane neighborhood arrived Tuesday, to speud a fe w days with friends. Our friend and fellow townsman, Jesse Dykrs, is very much delighted over the good news just received stating, that his from beautiful little black mare took every premium she went after, and would Have' taken .morehan what did id she uot been, ruled out. Barb-mrvill11 Choosiug. Choose carefully I beg of you the path you would follow. The fa.'mer is careful in the choice of seeds, he does not want bad seed or inferior seed because he knows that such will give a poor crop. He looks for the best seed he can buy. If you chose to sow to the flesh vou will have a corrupted harvest. If you commit a sinful deed it may land you into a dishonored grave. Choice is a 'solemn thing you can make this moment; a turning-poin- t iu your life. Once during the conquest of Pkru, Pizzaro's followers threatened, to desert him, they gathered on the shore to embark for home. Drawing his swdrd he traced a line with it in the sand from East to West, then turning toward the south he. said, friends and comrades ou that side are toil, hunger, ple. nakedness;, the drenching, storm and death: on this side, ease and The first Interstate fair ever pleasure. There lies Peru with all given in the South will take place its riches; here Panama and its at the grounds of the New Louis- 'ville Jockey Club, Louisville, Ky. poverty. beginning Sept. 23rd and closing Choose each man as becomes a Oct. 5th. brave Christian, "for my part I. go Exhibits of all kinds, including poultry, sereals, and South." So saying he stepped manufactured articles will be shown. across the line and one after anothIt is expected that every South er, his comrades followed, him and ern State will be represented in the destiny of South America was some of the departments. Already, decided. the fair has attracted outside attenNapoleon was once offered posi- tion, and entries are being received tion as officer iu the Turkish artil- every day for the various classes. lery. He declined it; but. had he Live-stocexhibits will undoubtedchosen to accept it, the history of ly oe the most complete the South Europe would have been different. has ever seen. The Live stock On your choice in spiritual Committee has offered Fifteen things, dcpends-yoeteruit'. On thausaud (515,000) dollars iu premthe one side there is Christ; on the iums and purses which has attracted other, the world. Between them entries from nearly ten States. you must choose, do not wish to The Hereford and Short Horn grow wheat and tares. Oh choose Record 'Association have added Christ! Let there be no Five thousand ($5,000) dollars to give him your whole the premium money to be distributheart, He died to redeem you from ed among these classes of cattle. the curse of sin and He lives to Special prizes have been also offersave from power of sin. No man ed fot horses, sheep and swine. "can serve two masters;" you can Another feature of the fair atnot belong to two kingdoms at tracting extra ordinary attention once. Lord Brougham grew to be from the young people of the South so fond of Cannas that he sought is the Athletic Program Five to'be naturalized as a Frenchman, thousand ($5,000) dollars has been but found it was impossible to be offered in prizes to the Winners both a peer of England and a citi- Record-breakerIt is open to all zen of a French town; he must reamatuers of the United States and nounce the one, to become the every event will number its Conother. Now this is where the will testants a holder of a World's comes in; it is easy to follow other Record.- The program will conpeoples lead; to swim with the tide, sist pf running races, relay races, but it requires character, moral hammer hurdle races, shot-pu- t, backbone to stand against the. curthrow, pole vault, broad jump, rent of popular opinion, and prachigh jump and discus throw. tice. The Association has arranged.a During the late war a. deserter complete Midway for which some came into the Federal lines before of the best Vaudeville performers Pittsburg. He was asked; what of the United States have beeu endid you go into secession for? His gaged, Mr. Will S. Heck, a promianswer was, because they all did. nent Theatrical Manager of CincinThat reasou will account for many nati, has this feature in charge, and a man's action, he will act accordhe has spent some weeks in New ing to the saying, while you are iu York in engaging talent. Some of Rome do as the Romans do; negthe attractions of the fair will be; lecting to investigate and deterThe Japanese Theatre, Turkish mine whether or not the Romans Theatret The Streets of the Orient, do right if they do wrong. A man Animal Arena Congress of Dancing .should stand against a whole naGirls, German Village and auumber tion if need be like another Dau-ieof high class Vaudeville shows. The Midway will be kept open Almighty God set two sides benight and day giving the visitors fore the children of Israel, and I an opportunity to see the fair in set them now before you. 'Remem the afternoon and evening. ber os vou choose, that your eter The Railroads have been very nity is in the balance. "See I have liberal iu matter of rates and have set before thee this day life and. granted one fare for the round trip good, and death and evil; iu Unit I from all the prominent points in command thee this day to love the Kentucky. These tickets will be Lord, thy God, to walk in His ways on salo the first three days of each pnd to keep His commandments, week and will be limited to return and his statutes and his judgement, three days after the fair. that thou mayest live and multiply, and the Lord thy God shall bless The Jury in the case of Dock thee in the land vhither thou goest Lowrey, of Richmond, on trial for to possess it. But if thine heart alleged criminal assault upon Mrs. turn away so that thou wilt not Cordelia Mjllio'n, brought in .1 ver hear, but shall be drawn away and diet Of guilty, and fixed his punworship other gods and serve them; ishment rat fifteen year' confineI denounce unto you this day, that ment iii' the penitentiary. This ye shall surely perish and that ye wns thevfourth trial. s. live-stock, ui s;, shall not prolong your das upon the land whither thou passest over Jordan to go to possess it. I call heaven and earth to record this day against you, that I have set before you life and death blessing and cursing; therefore choose life that both thou and thy seed may live; that thou mayest love the Lord thy God and that thou mayest obey His voice, and that thou mayest cleave to Him, for he is thy life and the length of thy days,." So choose carefully your path; young boys choose carefully your sweet-heartFathers and mothers choose carefully what you teach your boys and girls. Choose what you belong to to the Baptist, Methodist or any kind that you donjt belong to (Mtt. 16, 18. And I say also unto thee that "Thou art Peter and upon this Rock I will build my church and ths gates of Hell shall 'not prevail against, it. SoChristian people are peculiar peo- Land, Slock and Crop I Catron and Wood sold to J. H. Poynter, of Dana's, Pulaski county, cattle, which averaged 15 uoo-lb- s $40 each. George Phelps sold to Simon Weil 32 head of expirt cattle, averaging 1.300 pounds at 5 cent. Richmond Register. - s. " - The Stanford Journal notes the sales of 13 hogs, 180 lbs., at 5 cts:; another lot Et $5.40; two lots of A Shocking Calamity seed wheat at 74 cts., and 500 "Lately befell a railroad laborer," bushels at 70 cents. writes Dr. A. Kellett, of Williford, The Dauville News notes the Ark. "His foot Was badly crushed, sales of a lot of hogs , at 5 cents. but Bucklen's Arnica Salve quicklyj another'lot at $5 30; six good mules cured him. It's simply wonderful at $150 each, and sixty fat hogs for for Burns, Boils, Piles and all skin September 26th delivery at $5 40. eruptions. It's the world's cabin-pio- n The Manitoba wheat harvest is healer. Cure guaranteed. 25c. by long odds the best ou record. Sold by all Druggists. The farmers of the prairie province Roosevelt at Bufexpect to harvest at least 52,000,-00- 0 falo Tuesday declined to have a bushels of wheat. They require the assistance of 20,000 extra dete:tive guard, announcing that he was not afraid of any harm and men in the work. he ueeded no guard. TheMt. Sterling Sentinel-Democrnotes the sales of twenty lots Wording Night and Day. ; of export cattle, a total of 1,561 The busiest and mightiest little head, weighing from 1,400 to 1,500 thing that ever was made is Dr lbs. Most of them brought 5 to 5 King's New Life Pills. These pills cts., although a few of inferior change weakness into strength, and 4 cts. listlessness into energy, brain-fa- g quahly sold at 4 Most of them were purchased by into mental power. They're Weil and Louis Joseph. .derfulin building up the health. im-- . Only At the joint sale of stock and 25c per box. Sold by all plements of Sim Slaughter and R. Druggists. D. Bruce baturday, tuere was a The Democratic State Centra large attendance aud bidding was Committee meeting at. Frankfort spirited, but prices were considered Tuesday knocked out the proposilow. Two hundred and fifty sheep tion to select a United States Senasold for $2.10 per head; rs horses torial candidate by primary. - at from $10 to $75; 20 cows $15 to Stood Dkath Oi?i $35; hogs $5.25 per hundred. A field of corn was withdrawn at $c.io E. B. Munday. a lawyer of Henrietta, Tex., once fooled a grave-digge- r. per barrel. Danville Adv. He says: "My brother' On a trip to Winchester and Cynthiana Monday we were im- - j was very hnv with malarial fevef. pressed by the fact that the corn and jaundice. I persuaded him to crop along the railroad will be a try Electric Bitters, and he was We have not soon much better, but continued scant half crop. seen any corn in Fleming county their use until he was wholly cured. as poor as that to be seen between I am. sure Electric Bitters saved Paris, Winchester aud Cynthiana. his life.'' This remedy expels ma- Tobacco shows up fine, grass is ex. lana, Kins disease germs, and puri- cellent and hemp seams to be all fies the blood; aids digestion, cures constipation, regulates liver, kid- rieht. Flemintrsbunr Tiines-Dem- neys and bowels, cures constipaocrat. At the sale of Mrs. S. S. Bell, tion, dyspepsia, nervous diseases, on the 30th. of August, Shorthorn kidney troubles, female complaints;. cows sold from $1 15 to $227.50 per gives perfect health. Only 50c at head; beifers $50 to $31.25; yearling all Druggists drug store. shoates, averaged Emma Goldman was arrested at bull, $60; per head; mountain ewes, Chicago Tuesday. She said she $3 45 66 head, $1 90 per head; timothy had only met Czolgosz once, in July, hay, i)& tons to stack, $17 per for a few minutes, and was not to stack; horses, from $50 to $125; blame in any way for his crime. corn $16 to $20 per acre; ground A charge was lodged agaiust her of rented until 1st of March at $1 25 being in a conspiracy to assassinate the President of the United dtates. per acre. Paris Kentuckiau. Vice-President at Shannon McKinney, of Livingston, had a cow to disappear about three weeks ago; much time was spent looking for her, yet no trace could be found, but about the time the cow had been gone three weeks, he decided to take a peep-ithe stable, which was almost hidden by the weeds, and as he opened the door, what met the gaze of his eyes, but the helpless and beyond redemption carcass of his old cow. ft n won-Jon- as y , 65-l- b. l. A Night of Tkrror. "Awful anxiety was felt for the Co., of New York City, thirty-si- x widow of the brave General Burn-hahead of export cattle at $5 35. A. of Machias, Me , when the C. Robinson & Sou also sold to the doctors said she would die from head at Pneumonia before morniug" writes same party seventy-fiv- e W. S. Beazley & Bro, Mrs. S. H. Lincoln, who attended $5 tttfsold to same party 179 head at her that fearful night, but she beg- $S5o Thc same firm also bought gcd for Dr. King's New Discovery, 125 head of AlexGibbs at $5 which had more than once saved' This is one of the largest deals her life, and cured her of Consumpmade in central Kentucky for some tion. After taking, she slept all time. The animals were unusual- night. Further use entirely cured ly large and fat, and beauties. her." This marvellous medicine is Central Record. guaranteed Jo cure all Throat, Chest Mr. Clarence Vanarsdall got 115 aud Lung Diseases. Ouly 50c and Trial bottles free at all pounds of grapes from one vine, i $1.00. from which he made 12 gallons of Druggists drug store. wine. The viue is 60 feet square A bublic meeting was held iu .and the variety is the white Martha. Louisville Monday night to exB. F. Sanders & Bro. and press sympathy for president Watkius & Caruthers, of Louisand condemnation for the ville, bought of Simon Weil, of attempted assassination. It was Lexington, 18 car loads of top hogs held iu Music Hall. at to be delivered in CincinJ. T. Mertou, of Carthage, Mo. nati. Weil delivared a car load of was killed by a train in the Chesa them Monday, aud is to furnish the same number every Mouday in peake & Ohio railroad yards at October, November and December. Lexington. Sanders netted $175 on last CSy'fnke the Signal and get all load. Harrodsburg Demo- the uews, all the time, from all crat. over county uud State. Leauder Dadidson sold to Julius Frank, for the U. S. Dressed Beef m - I 37. Mc-Kinl- ey 5c, Moil-day- 's ms '.stJ&a&JU i fil. . i j jfm.iii&4.iZi-tei:til.- . in -- ' maCMrjaamMitii: irfir'J4X3(l'nJ''n'T'far'TWH'n,'enSMI -- Myrtl .' , H" Mt Vernon Signal Judgk Alex P. Humphrey struck the key note and spoke wolds of wisdom nnd truth when he said last Monday night in the Friday. Sept. 13, 1901. in Louisville to pas suitable reso- lutiohs on the attempted us,sasMna-tio- n Published every Friday iy of Pres. McKinley th it "we EDGAR S ALBR-IGHTwant stern jurors stern judges and stern executives islm will jmi exer$I.OO cises clemency to those who take SUBSCRIPTION ONE YKAK the lives ol their leJlo.v-meddvcrtivng rales made known on In the Boyle Circuit Court last application Tuesday Sol Downey was convict- mass-meeting , 1 Cummins, Bertha Hicks-1BANK DF MT, VERNON. y av vSr -. ii Willie .and Charlie Tubbs, little if liVW .- 113 Guy Him ire. two children at Wal. ter Gilford's and a son and daughxiaxznisarjBXXxecvaGttJttrAzezw -- OPENED 1900. ter of Prot. Dickerson, are on the "Mv mother vyas troubled with h consumption for many years. At g .- M:s. Wilmoth Poynter. of sick listlast she was given up to die. Then B Mt. V( ruon, was the guest of Mrs. Otic triSU AVer S Slurry rcui.ii, CAPITAL STOCK 15,000 and was speedily cured." Sue Mullins, Tuesday. Miss Clara D. P. Jolly, Avoca, Griffin i? ttMchitig in Mrs. Laura S. H. MARTIN, Pkiis. A. E.VE'VERS, Vicl'-PrkJones' room, Mrs. Jones being at No matter how hard W. L. RICHARDS, Cashikk, A. II. FURNISH, Assr. Cash. her home, very sick. your cough or how long DIRECTORS. J. T. Adams, Jonas vMcKenzie. Fiitz Krueger, you nave nau u, y;i & Mrs. G. 1) Cook. Misses Aannie Geo. Livesay, Rod Perry. Vincent Borcing, A. T. Fish. Roberts and Lida Cook, spent Cherry Pectoral is the We solicit accounts of firms and individuals. Careful atten best thing you can take. ed-o- f false swearing and sentenced Wednesday, on the Klondike, with tion is given collections entrusted to us. It's too. risky to wait . the nenitontiarv for swostriiur n Mrs. Jolin W.ilton and Miss Anna Our friends and pairotis ar invited to call when, in town. .c A GRUAr calamity befell H1IS until you have consumpParsons. Messrs. D. B. Morris lie to obtain marriage license. country whtn on last Frrda Pres. tion. If you are coughing Rockcastle would be better off to- and James Short, of McKee, aie Wm McKinley was so ruthlessly today, get a bottle of day if she would send to the same guests at the Mullins Hotel Mr. shot by the hand of an assassin. and Mrs. Wm. Fowler, who have Cherry Pectoral at once. Peacefully smiling, he greeted the place about one half dozen men for been the guests of Mrs. Three si:es : 25c, 53c, $1. All drujsWJ. John offense. What we nued ......wi .i.ii..a.n.i..i.imi auarchi.it who bore 'he deadly the same Farmer, were called to McKee It, Cmuult your doctor. If lio 8iy9 tulto not joi weapon in his hand, and after hav- more of is a rigid inforcenient of Tuesday on account of the sickdo as lie yya. ir he then Capital Stock, 5100,000. Surplus, $180,40.76 It. Ito l:n u?. t tifco it. then don't tako Loayo It Tflth lilm. Wo nro wllllnir. ing received into his body the the law. The greatest enemy to ness of our future Senator, Billy .11171. J.U.Al.i u. buni'.li ti '?. "i fi7ry7'"'' deadly pellets, and while sinking civilization is a lie swearer and Clarke. Miss Lnua Herrin, of im miiinwnr n back with his eyes on his fiendish when one is discovered he should be Quail, and Miss Mattie Bills, of J W. Haydon, W, P. Walton, J. II. Cp'llier, M. D. Elmoro assailant, he said; "God forgive severely dealt with. 0. Hied. T. P. Hill, S. H. Baughman, W. A. Tribble, Lebanon Junction, are the guests him." The Pres. was standing at Postponed is the case of Jim of Mrs. Brack Graves. Mrs. T. H. M. J. Miller nnd S. T. Harris. the Buffalo Exposition on a plat- Howard, the assassin, till the Jan- Tucker returned to her home at ..11 t We solicit the accounts of the. citizens of Rockcastle and adjoining form amid the plaudits of his uary term of Court at Frankfort. Maywood, Wednesday, after a visit counties assuring them prompt and careful attention to all .ibusi-nes- s extending to them Strange indeed that such culprits with her son, James Tucker, and intrusted to us. Personal application and correspondinhis friendly hand. It was an can not be speedily tried, convicted daughter, Mrs. Maggie Dillion, at ence, with a view to business relations, invited . i.'i spiring sceiihlor 'the great leader and executed, with probably a the Dillion Hotel. J S. HOCKER, Pres., JNO. J. McROBERTS, Cashier. was in the heslof spirits. He was dozen or so; some of them sojournV3 "A" sex . Mr4iS2'yv irijM'i i A. A. McKINNEY, Ass't Cashier; delighted to greets the people and ing in the land of "fugitive rest." COVE the great throng rejoiced to be Mrs. Jacob Pike is visiting at ! v.'A a.'t t greeted by him. s Yv& deeply de Mt. Vernon, this week. plore in common with all good I citizens, this dastardly attempt Emmet Treadway lias recovered Infants and Children. for upon the life of the nation's head from an attack of fever. The Kind You Have Always Bought and we share in the universal sorOur neighborhood was well rep- - WfcZlTv&'lWXT Mlia5Cl'1 Bears the row and sympathy felt throughout resented at Buckeye, Sunday. this and other countries for our Signature of Willis Johnson was up from ' The bullets stricken chieftain. Withers Sunday, with homefolks. f LIVINGSTON that pierced his body passed quickTribble Bryant was visiting rela- EfkTMorteit Rail to Succtn u 'lfjj ffiffj WWi ly into the hearts of u all and tives, over near Mt. Vernon, last Business EducBtionl'jSWPtlQ caused the nation to suffer in great Born. To Mrs. John Pope, week. iVfTIM fliJrtn Bbkf?n 'flu nSUitotrmfhtn tf atfiHtn$ IM Schl. Writ fa agony. What had this good man Saturday, a little son; and o Mrs. H "C ' Charles Riddle has returned from DCauJof and devoted husband done that he Will Moore Sunday, a son. gLockyoar's Business GolfogcH 8 LaGrange, after a visit to relatives, t?rryf Cvensvlll. Indiana Kept in Stock. Orders by Mail,, Telegraph or Telephoue A model man should be killed? Mr. and Mrs. John Hilt oil, who at this place. Promptly filled. in every regard; beautiful in his have been visiting relatives here Netvt Semore is in from Madisou devotion to his wife; faithful to his and at Comvay, returned to their county, where he has been working couutry and brave in the discharge nC39B3 SilSSSiSffBSaSBSXSTCSKXXB home iu Knox countyi Saturday. with a thresher. of every duty. In the breast of Mrs. W. R. Dillion and daughter, Mrs. M. J. Hackney returned to 'GO TO- every true and patriotic American SPLIT SPOKES Miss Liuda, have returned home her home at Jellico. after an ex- Forest Hickory 1 citizen there, bums iu white heat, a from on heart, a pleasant visit in Lincoln tended visit with relatives here. deep, 28 iu. long all white, flame of indignation for the wretchcounty. i here is quire an epi $6 per M ed perpetrator of such a foul deed. s' Elder J. L. Davis closed a demic, among the clnldreu of this Forest Hickory Vz on heart, i Damn be he who would seek to meeting at Bupkeye, last place. KY. deep, 28 in. long, all Red, pieic-iudestroy such a man; send a Bee Mullins, was killed Wednes Sunday; which was quite a success. 4 Per M. deathly dagger through the for Everything in day afternoon by falling slate. It is hoped that much and lasting Forest Hickory 2 on hedrt, 2 heart of sucn a noble woman os while working in the mine operated good will follow. " deep, 23 in. Jong Keu or $ per M. D y Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoea, ana General Mrs. McKinley and cause the by his father, on Piney Branch White, Mcrohandjsq A CALL. Forest Hickory 2) on heart, heads of the great American people They had just fired a shot and sup in. long, Red or White to bow in deeuest sorrow. The pose the slate was loosened by it. The Democrats of Rockcastle BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES. and Red, $12 per M. despicable cur should meet a death His two brothers were with him, county are hereby called to meet Plickory zli on heart, 3 commensurate with the terrible but were unable to move the slate in mass convention at the court- Forest tl.Ki'ummlH deep, 28 in. long, Red or crime committed. Slay the serpent and when they returned with help, house in Mt. Vernon, on SaturWhite and Red, $17 per M. and destroy the vile and wretched hewusdead. Much syjnpathy is day. SfCPTElltiER 2 1ST., 1 90 1, for Ferest Hickorey 2 on heart, the purpose of nominating candivilliau! . He would make a bon-fir- e deep, 30 in. long, all white felt for the father, mother and dates for the various county offices, 2nd growth, straight grainof our schools and churches; he family. to be voted for at the November and FUNERAL DIRECTOR. ed, free from all defects, would dynamite our happy homes Ghas. C. Chandler, of Pittsburg, election, igoi. And the Democrats $20 perM. Mt. Vernon, Ky. and forever destroy our governwas with our merchants, between of Magisterial district No. i, are second growth that 2x2, He is an enemy to the ment. is not all white, $10 per M. trains. Monday. A. J. Tyree, of hereby called to meet at the same 8$S3fS!fflffisk human race and his delight is Level Green was with friends here, time and place, for the purpose of 2nd Growth Hickory Butts, 51 in. .in in the use of the torch, the dagger, and over fn diameter, Saturday. Mrs. George Griffin is nominating a candidate for Justice i, , n the pistol and the dynamite as ic. per inch. F. of the Peace in aid district, to be sick- at this writing. quite J. The weapons of destructions. Hickory Butts, 10, n, Cooper was iir Mt. Vernon, Tues- voted for1 at the November election, and Growth God ol Leon Czolgozs and his tribe 12, 13, 14, r5, 16 in and Mrs. George Reynolds at- 1901. over, in diameter ofanatchists 'is the God of hate; day. Association at Freedom, FINE nJ3AlSE Attached. Can. All Democrats and all other nelper inch. their creed is murder, and their tended the JLULli bUIIipiCie Jurnish letalic Caskets and have Carson, the jew- sons, who will be voters at the last week. Joe DOUBLETREE BILLETS. heaven is hell.' eler, spent Thursday and Friday of November1 election', 190 1. and who 2 46 " long $30 per M. Embalming done on short notice. Come and see me,- - anything I have not got can get for you on first will bind themselves to support 2 x last week, at Crab Orchard. 25 42 in. long ii ra1 in The road leading from the Jasi R. W. Moore and Stenographer the nominees' selected at said con- 2 x 3M 38 iu. leng 20 that leave the city. , 11 I. White place to Lauglord station, Miss Sallie J. Ward, of Richmond, vention are entitled' to participate 2J4 x 3, 36 iu. long 18 by wire Promptly Filled, TO be delivered on yards befor the benefit of which,- the surwere at the JJiuion notei, Fri- in this convention. tween Stanford ane Hazel Patch, plus road fund of $500 was appro- day. Mr. and Mrs. Brewer, Mr. R.'. L. BROWN. and on the K. C. Railroad to Conpriated by the Fiscal Court, is now and Mrs. Bauuon and son, and Mrs. Cnta Dbm. Co. Com. way. L. L JARRETT, Hearing completion. Under the Inspector. Jim Taylor, came down from Paris, management of that splendid gen- Thursday. They are out on a BRODHEAD.KY. , tleman, Mr. W. B. Whitehead, a pleasure trip and are stopping an !! splendid road is being built, and the River Mansion. Cards are oue that even those, who fought it out, announcing- the marriage of a A Gallon of PUKE LINSEED Olti mixed j!5 i with n gallon of most bitterly, will be proud of, yranf Charles H. Burnes and Miss Birdie Give them oil cod-liv- er rHHTB oil. when completed. The road is there Lou Minter,' a handsome young to show for itself, and to prove lady, of Pari?, to take place Sept. It's curious'to'see the result. Give it to1 the peevish, fretconclusively to the people that a 18th., 1901'. wise necesmint of money is iu no ful child, and he'laughs. Give DRUGS' Frank Jones, of Conway, was it to sary, in order to bnild roads pale, anccmic child. the here on business, last week. W. throughout this county. and his facie becomes rosy and makes 2 cnlloni of tlio T.T best Paint in speaking of the sur- C. Mullins and Shannon McKiu-ue- y In tlio VQRLU are attcuding the Loudon full of health: Take aflat-cheste- d which this comity plus of $500, . 4? a child, or a child 'that Oils, had two years ago, had this' to say;' Fair. Mrs, Is. C. Smith seturued 5'GZtCf "The $500 was proportioned among home from Wildie, Monday. Mrs. has stopped growing, give him of yournnlnt bill. la tab none durable thna nnd U the 200 overseers throughout the Childress and' daughter, of Brush the oil, and he' will grow big Pi'BK Wii" b Lead Pait abnoi.uti.ly not Poi fO.vous. IIauuau la mailo f tlio best or TAlr JlATKiiiALS sutli as nil Good iu Inters nia, PRESCRIPTIONS county, which gave to each one Creek,, were the guests of Dr. and and strong'like'the'rest. and Is around tiiipk, vebyuiick. NotrouWsto COMPOUNDED.- -mlx.uny borcnndolt. Itlitho cqmsipv srNSD op Houss PAi.Ny, No Bettbh imlat can boiuado kind of a showing Mrs. Childress,' Sunday. Mrs. W. $2 50, and what This is not aVndw scheme. atANVcoit, and Is can any overseer make with the O. Butnes isrvisitiug her parents, It has been done' for years. pitiful sum of $2 50?" When the iu Tennessee. Ben Parker will Wfy leave for Virgiuia Thursday, for a Of course you' must use the different overseers and road coin- NOT TO CBAOIt, BUSTEB, PBEIi Or UHIP. missiouers visit this road and see short trip, and to accompany Mrs. right oil. Scott's1' Emulsion1 V. ILVMMAU PAINT CO., St. tquji, Mo.' Sold aud guaranteed by is the one. what has bceii done, never again Parker on her return home. will wc hear the people asking for Uncle Ashley Owens and wife Scott's Erriulsion1 neither THED i.j youi'KoUses-insurea division of any surplus road fund, left Monday for Bakersfield, Mo., looks nor taitcs'like-oiin tha OLiDi RE-nnVbecause l but on the other hand, all will join where thc will spend the fall and wc ' LIABLE' New York' Underwriters are so careful 'in" niaking if iu asking the Fiscal Court to ap- wiuter. William Nanty, who was Agency. E. propriate any or such surplus, as1 visiting Jt H-- . Clark, last week, pleasant to take.' ,,,.:. Send for free saiiinlc. ' ' .i may be left to some certain road iu left Friday for Lexington aud go t. ft Call at Signu.l Office, & JlOWNE. dienilij. 49l?eaif Si., N.'V. SCOTT r from- there" to the county. 50c and fi.uo; ol. drugguU. the Philippines. in u -. l THE TT KT, VERNON, KY- - -- , I , h.. s. u. .,-Jt- o -.- Firs National Bank. OR STANFORD, KY. . 11 DIRECTORS: I ii , j -- 1 CASTOR A - DANNIE OWENS UNDERTAKER CTlr,tljyjX-rstti.itr6i-rk---iJ- I (Z&tfWv. Caskets, Coffins, Robes Etc. w.ANTED! BRODHEAD, KENTUCKY two-week- JONAS MCKENZIE MT. g, VERNON, mm mm 2i 4 WILLI Practical Undertlver GRIFFIN - ic. PnmnlpfP 2, 2, - ORDERS on fos ilk - iK c. c. "it. js THE PEOPLE'S. DRUGSTORE DAVSS & CO- PATENT MEDICINES, Perfumes, Stationery, g4 Cigars, Tobacco; Paints, CAR-EFULI- TOILET ARTICLES, QuwmM$c&fS& WBELEY, Pire Insurance LJ jftYernim, AlCT d U Kejucl(y U7J. S. ALBRIGHT, AGENT. Mt Vernon, Ky. - mmmWV&KkW Blttti - UlO A . '( j$-- - ' BIKwVv touAiBM&Miau aasatirfauiujKix 'i..imniji ik uniujiwnini ;f tMi;,..-lli.-.'i!l- ; "7- - ! - "M't. Vernon Signal JHrj: F ' Mt. Vkrnok. c-- rv Wemerlo.iktl the persona) Inst! DD EC MrlfTftll PY Ji ILIVIJUIC I week, of Mr.--. Hciirv Wood, who:1 was one ot iha welcome visitors to JHucJi Kv S"pt (3.1901. our town and the institute. AND NOT EXPECTED TO W. F. McClnry took his .sister, RECOVER. c-- j. v a. 'His Mtirynrciu.', 10 Lexington ,.. 7 I LAST DAY'S MEETING OF Worse THE INSTITUTE. Friday Morning Sept. 6. After singing by Institute, f w DOM I - lEnioastntunnfciaCswiMweak-- j FRITH JC de- BSTBRODHKAD, KENTUCKY. 1 i j l 3 ' ILouisviucv&'NAtKviLLcn "' rj , , n.cc. S ; TIM IS TAULE. 24 north aG s?5 north ,.' k. .... it.05 n m 5?3!south South TAS. 1:31 a 111 1:57 p 111 1:45 a ti) LANDRini, Agent. Koicrcdaitlre Ml. 4 oau-cU- VernwJ j., t'o.Miftc. at ec mull mottrr MASONIC iih-- c V 1 , Asliluiul Lodjti; JSo. lUil 1U A iu. 0-- k 2ai S.Uur-du- U40, at MKirrS 2 p. in. VKRON Jf'X.'eilAlM'KU, No. wiry rOUUTII .MONDAY CHURCHES. Jloldu Rervfcen Ut and at 6:30 p. 111. Christian At 11 u. 111. & 3r I Suuda) .- - of Whitley county nominated last The Anti Missionary Baptist held week the following ticket: Judge, Friday Afternoon. their association at Seaggs Creek James Stinsou; attorney, George C. T" "-After roll call, a motioif was Moore; sheriff, James P. Ellison; church this week. PERSONALS made, seconded and carried to disclerk; W. T. Smith; supt. schools. are most cordially inpense with rest of work of Institute M. J. Purdom is with his brother vited to come and examine ray new C. S. Wilson; jailer, Frank Perkins; The program of various associaassessor, Ota Siler. D. S., tlie barber. stock of fall millinery. tions. PHTTOGRAPH TENT. I will Mrs. Sallie Williams. The resolutions were then read was 'in Crab P, Lechleiter v, J. locate in Mt. Fernou, first of next and adopted, which are as follows: Orchard, Monday. KaLEO. B. Mullius was killed wckk ior n snort wnne, prepared to We, your committee hereb3' re to Lancaster1, in his father's coal bank near Harris White went do all kinds of PHOTOwprk. Tent port the following resolutions: Wednesday by slate falling the first of the week. will be located on Richmond st. adResolved. 1st. We recognize Sunday with on him. C. C. Davis spent joining Henry Gentry's shep. the county Iustitute as a valuable 'friends in Livingston. Hon. R. W. Miller, of Richmond, Prices reasonable; all work factot in the cause of popular eduof Austin, Texas, has been seleced as a member of Homer Miller, Mr. Greer. cation. the law faculty, of the Crentral is with relatives here. ,1 Ed Jones, who used to liv 2 hear 2nd. We desire to thank the F. H. Hardy, the lime man, was University, at Danville. Rockcastle River, was slut and citizens of Mt. Vernon, for the hosin Junction Citv Monday. Dr. P. A. Penninjiton. dentist. killed at London Wednesda r, r pitality and kindness shown the Azbill. of Lexington, will be at the Miller House during lrs. Lucy Early, of Corbin, was sedously teachers this week, especially Judge Circuit Court, prepared to do all wouuded. Edward Jones, is visiting Mrs. Ann Fish. iliam Williams for the very pleasant reLivcsay was in Stanford, kinds of dental work. Underwood. Abner Early and a ception given Wednesday evening J. B. Monday, Ipokimg after stock. Gold and Silver. I buy all Rockcastle county man were en- in honor of the teachers. ' Owens, of Living- old gold and silver, such as watch gaged in a crap game. Trouble 3rd. We desire to thank the Mr.. Henry arose between Early and the Rock- conductors of this institute, Profs. Tuesday. cases and the like. Old gold made ston, was in town S. C. Franklin. castle man, and Jones interfered to Marsh aud Densmore for their jrW. A. Taylor, Langkrd, will into rings. prevent trouble, when he received painstaking efforts and valuable 'inIII. soon Itavc for Lake Creek, Mrs. McFerrou received a slight a deathly wound in the back. formation given this week, and we Sam Pennington is home from scratch on her hand a few days since, which caused blood poison, Shot. In a fight Monday night, do most heartily thank Pres. Frost Hartraft, Tenn., for - few days. between Squire and Prof. Raymond for their most Mrs. C. C. Davis is tne guest 01 and is how in a very critical condi- near Langford, "V James Gatliff and Willis and Wyatt excellent lectures. Mrs. G, M Ballard,. of Livingston. tion. 4th. The organist Miss Maggie t Minor Bring your watchesi clocks, spec- Allen, the former was cut seven Hansel and the choir deserve our Fish came down from times and shot once in the shoulJellico Saturday to visji hdme folks. tacles to be repaired, rings to be der, with a shot gun. sincere thanks for the delightful n Aj woman cut & soldered, &c. &c. &c. When flJ.'J. Wobd aud Henry Catron you played a prominent part in the music furnished. come to Court see S C. Frankafe-ilakiug.in the 5th. Our secretaries Mr. J. J. Loudon difficulty. The defendaSjtscame lin at Wesley's drugstore. Ping and Miss Jailie Colyer are fair. in and surrendered Tuesd; y, when due the thanks of the institute for A. Laudrum STOPS THE COUGH AND WORKS they were placed under a $500 Mr. and Mr,s. J.i OPE THE COLD. bond each, which they readilVgave. their faithful work. spent Sunday with relatives in 6th. We the teachers in instiLaxative Bromo-Quinin- e Tablets Gatliff is getting along fairly vmII. Pittsburg t tute assembled do owe and hereby cure a cold in one day. No cure Married. Miss Emily StouVh, express our thanks to Sudt. Davis ''Uncle Ashley Owens and wife no pay. Price 25 cents. of Birmingham, Ala., and Mr.F. for the uniform courtesy and do enleft Monday ior a visit to relatives H. Hardy, formerly of the same dorse his manner of conducting the at Bakerfield, Mo, " The L. Sc N. will sell tickets to place, but for the past six months a business of his office. Supt. Davis 'Our old friend J. J. Lawrence, Nashville, Sept. 12 to 21st, limited resident of Mt. Vernon, were marhas shown himself to be a true has' been changed from Earlington, until Sept. 23, at one fare round ried in Buffalo Friday, returning friend to popular education and trip, on account Elks' Carnival and to Nortonville, Ky. here Sunday morning. Mr. Har- kuow that the cause has advanced street Fair. dy is engaged in the manufacture under his efficient management, sE.B. Brown, of Lebanon Junction, wad here a short while MonAt 18 Feet. James Maret sank of the celebrated White Rock Lime; We also wish to thank him and looking hale and hearty. day a well lust week ou his lot in the is a splendid business man and in his board for their success in makDr. W. J. Childress was up from western, part of town, where he every way a perfect gentleman, and ing the adoption of new text books. Livingston yesterday, to see Mrs. only had to go t8 feet to find an it is with much pleasure that we It is our belief that said change McFerrou, who is seriously ill. abundance of the very best of water. .welcome him aud his beautiful will result hi the emprovemeut of bride into our midst. Fritz Krueger, our hustling the work of the schools, and also flSTl have just returned from the contractor, was in builder and save money for the parents by the COLLEGE NOTES. city with a full line of the very plan or term of adoptiou secured Lancaster and Richmond this week. latest styles in belts, hose, vests, 0 The Literary Society will meet by them. Poyuter and chil- gloves, haukerchiefs, straight-fron- t Mrs. WilmoUi tonight to form their plans for the 7th. Since we have been favordren left yesterday afternoon foe corsets, combs and collarettes. years work. All friends of the ed by such pleasant weather this Livingston, where they will make Mrs. Sallie Williams. College are cordially invited to atweek, we recommend a late institheir future home. tend aud assist in this work. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. tute next year. Ap aud'; James Argenbright A plau is on foot to provide a Take Laxative Bromo Quinine 8th. That the present trustee Taylor, formerly of.this place, but good lecture course in connection Tablets. All druggists refund the with the school this year. We feel system is unsatisfactory, and 'that now located at Livingston,' were money if it fails to cure. E. W. that all in the community will be we use our influence in securing s here Sunday. Grove's signature is on each box. greatly benefitted by such a course, legeslation on that important branch 'Capt. and Mrs. B. N. Roller reand that everyone should give their of the school law. 2SCtS. turned Monday morning, from a encouragement aud patronage. Saw it. Our friend Sara Kash, 9th Whereas, it has pleased the and visit to the The able and efficient principal, of Manchester, the republican Prof. Ewers, has secured the ser- Almighty to take from our ranks ' Torouto, Canada. nominee for County Attorney, of vices of Misses Grace and Florence one of our best and most beloved Mrs. Mathew Warren and' childClay county, was present and wit- Marshal, of St. Louis, who will teachers, William R. Henderson. ren left Saturday for Kansas Where nessed the shooting of President have charge of the music depart- Therefore, be it resolved: By the ment. Miss Grace will teach voice she will join her husband, and make McKiuley. culture, and Miss Florence the teachers of Rockcastle County that " home. their future Circuit Court. Circuit Court piano. They are also prepared to in his death Rockcastle has lost R. L. Joues, John'Rouzie, Smith one of its ablest teachers and one Ping and Jim Colyer, who have opens here next Monday, with the teach the higher mathematics, ot its noblest young men, and oue will" add been in Va., for the past month re- following cases on the docket: yo Latin and French, and chancery cases, 31 common law great strength to the college who was an honor to his profession . turned home Monday. cases, 14 criminal prosecutions and work. The song books now and one whose virtues every young Miss Susie Thompson, of, Mt. 66 'misdemeanors. used in the College chapel, were man should strive to emulate. Vernon, has been spending-.- few 2nd Resolved: That the teachers Beats Them All. Charley presented Prof. Ewers last year, of Rockcastle County extend to the days with relatives lVere....''Bfo. by their father, M. L. Marshal. Carmichael preached here Saturday Stewart, says the Barbourville members of the bereaved family our M. D. and Sunday, and was called to Fair, which closed Saturday last, heart-fel- t sympathies. preach for "another year.. He is was the best ever given by the 16th. That the papers of the giving satisfaction, aud'lie' i also association. It lasted four days incounty be asked to publish the s : . ' a fine man. Preacbersville Cor. stead of three, as billed, aud the Stal. nature PWCedltlgS Of the institute. ' ;i . l..on every box of tUe neuul. crowd on the second day was estiCentral Record. w.. r. Dickerson Chair. Laxative BromoQuinine tilhu tho remedy that curcn n colt: n ono litt.r mated at 8000 people. pj 'j, SgjiioNT Sec. 0 i Presbyterian Holds service's on the 2nd onu 1111 sunnily, morning aim tvennifj. Raptiat Church Services on the (Second SatKKlny night and Sunday. Suuday School at 'i 'n m every Sunday. Prayer ' iueetlnjr on TuciTdny nights. I'Clt-Uieil- Fnduy ntuht. where .she entered' At 7 o'clock, this morning Hamilton College, Monday. MU. ' McKlNI.KV WAS KKPOKTItri Robert Smiflev, Howard Coleman DANCKUOUSI.Y II.I.. NKW COMWelsh Rochester and James Car PLICATIONS HAVIJ ARISKN. TlIK penter, lour of Staufords' nice HfiART NuW INVOLVED AND THE young men, were here Sunday. END IS HOURLY EXPECTED. Charley Crow and A. C. Dunn, of Lincoln, and J. H. Dunn, of Struck Oil. William Hicks, Brodhead,, pa.sstd through yester- of Bluefield, Va., aud President of day afternoon, en :oute to Loudon, the Bluefield Banking Co., was to take in the fair here Sunday and reported that he Mrs. Moume Pennington is fill- hod struck an oil well in Knox ing out the unexpired lime of the countj, which would produce Langford school, which was beiug seven to eight barrels per hour. taught bv Lee Chestnut, he having September 16. Pres. J. Thos decided to enter the college here. Cherry, of the Rocucastle County Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Cress arrived Fair Association, informs us that from Monticello, Saturday to visit there will be a meeting of the relatives here, Mr. Cress is now stockholders of the association, interested in the oil wells, which Monday night, September 16, to ex- - elect new officers. are creating so much A full attendt in that COUUty. ance is desired, to-da-- LOCAL In Whitley. The republicans, votional exercises by Prof. Marsh, and roll call, Prof. Marsh made an interesting talk on the subj.u .f Mensturaliou. He wns followed oy Prof. Reyir-onand S. II. Martin. The subject of Phychology and Hygiene, was next taken up aud discussed by Miss Nannie Bales. Interesting talks on Mensturaliou, by Profs. Marsh, Reymond aud Martin. Then the following, teacheis discussed the subject of Phychology: Miss Naunie Bales, Piofs. Marsh and Sewell. Also interesting talks ot; Narcotics. N. Sewell, representing Sue Bennett Memorial School, of London, Ky. , gave a talk on Education. a Prof. Reymond, representing school, also gave an interesting talk in behalf of that school. Then Dr. Ewers spoke for a few minutes in behalf of the Mt. Vernon Collegiate Institute. The Institute was then favored with an interesting talk 011 teaching as a profession. Be-re- WtJiFfcy Yohio .. mit lor your own Kun fltfeer J hem? teiest, be sure to come. DON'T BUY FROM US until) Oll'w lnrkH nrnntiH if vnn nin. Low Prices and .. fer it that wjy, but in any event High Qualities, don't fail to see US before vou :.. Ill in- x A , .w JWl. J...N. Corrected "Each Week C. 'VL By Wcwill save You Time and MoneyJ 2 lb Rolled Oats, Arbuckles Coffee, Lion Coffee, Sc Can goods, FRITH. 8c Big Bargains in i2c I2j4e IOC. tO XXXX Coffee,' 12C Flour N. S. per bbl, $4 40 Flour Mt. Belle, $4.00 Flour Plain Family, $3 'CO Bou On Ton AGranulated Sugar, 16 lbs We $1,00 lbs $1.00 U11 7nlli'Tih Vhti nFi FiVinigbt Brown Sugar, 17 JUy ZJISIIIIIV lull fJI; UllCftSyrups per gallon, 3pc HATS, DRY GOODS, AND NOTIONS. CLOTHING, SHOES, Good Green Coffee, I2C M Bottom. BETTER GOODS AT LOWER PRICES THAN YOU CAN GET ELSEWHERE. 01... f T T.,,-- . Cnnn IOC 1 Coal Oil best per gallon, ('Calico best Grades, 8c 5C w ILL PAY HIGHEST price FOR COUNTRY DUCE. t PRO- & (fb S IB 9 3U 7B JcP $ 1. BSS-Y- ou nrs the paint you use. -- ir-ft . 1 is economy, and the fact is he can t afford NOT to paint. HOW often you require to paint is largely dependent THE man who says that, forgets that painting properly done upon Liv-ing'st- ou The Shermao- Williams painte - first-clas- s. They are the most economical paints you can use, out last others. because they cover most and wear longest. Add 10 this .their good appearance, and you have perfect paints THE SHERMAN-WIL- r TAMQ PA IMTQ Ab-ne- kinds ot painting. whatJ ever it is you waut to paint a house, or anything in 01 out of the house we make the right paint for that particular purpose not ona slap-dasJKJTSOLD BY mixture for all. h .. . ".""are made tor many dmerent They . ."to C. H. FRITH. BRODHEAD, KY. THE AMERICAN CAPITAL RESERVE AMOUNT INVESTMENT , GOMPAMf, " (Incorporated.) HOLDERS STOCK SURPLUS PAID .... $ 25,000 00 COUPON 125,000 00 200,000 00 Address all correspondence to LEXINGTON, KY. GOOD TERMS TO FIRST CLASS AGENTS. HOME OFFICE, to-da- Go To A. BRYANT'S' FOR .1. 1 ft K ' ATT Irinrlo Ul Staple and Fnncy Groceries, Dry Goods JALL, lUllUb rvf and Notions. Boots and Shoos, and all goods found in a ireneral store JUST by the Depot MTVERIMON, KY. i ,;,.... TIHE PEOPLE . - HAVE FOUND V . f HOUK & Adams! Mt Vernon, Ky., TO BE.-"T- ll plnco for Fair Dealing and keeping on hand what you want are Agents for Tlorso Shoo brand fertilizers,-fanninimplements, shingles, coal, hay and Anything you want, come to our corn. Big' supply house and bo, convinced. Pan-Americ- Our Stock of Grocery Supplies Are Complete. Shelves arc groaning under tho loads of goods, S ,'j t0 suit the general trade. caps, clothing, ovor- j O T? C of all grades, hats and li. Vi-v-) ;iis shirts, collars and tics, and a jeneral lino of men's fnrnishings. K-- T KJ T J-- T3 V r a Ladies Wear of all Kinds, OUR gooc's are first-clasOUR motto "FairDealing," s; &&A, 9 continue to come. c OS3E PHONE NO. 25- -3 look, buy and be satisfied ") mean what we say and you will & that wo Houlc R. Adams. i wi"t -- viairT'VAnrKfj2'trf Miller 'Hftuse, HUGH MILLER, Prqp'r. COURT CALENDAR. day in each month. (JUARXKRI.Y Cqunty Court. Fourth Mon July and .Commercial Men. JJ5T.Porter Headquarters for at all day in January, April, OctQher. Court. Fiist Mon- trains." Ltember. Second Mon day ini February, Fourth Monday in.Maycnd Third Monday in. Sep Circuit Court. "Th.e Veranda Hotel, , ! Mt Vernon Poucr Court; Third Monday in each month. L, O, JOSEPH COFFEY., PROPR., M.tvV.ernon Hive, MT.y VERNON, KY. T. M. Stafford, Ky., No 24, Specially equipped .for traveling Every Tuesday jst and 3rd, veek, 2.130 p. 111. 2nd .,vincu, Sample room on .first floor. and 4U1. week. 7.130 p. m. Bath rooms free to guests.. Mrs.' NANNIE C. ALBRIGHT, ..Rates. $2.00 ,ier day. Lady Com. Miss BESSIE M. HOUK, Lady Rkc. Keep. Hotel Frith Bodhead, F. FRANCISCO, Propr. i K. KY 0, T. M. I Located at the Depotg$$ It Vernon Tent, No. 21 MT. VERNON, KY., ;j(3ood .Meet 1st. and 3rd. Monall Trains, Day and Night day in each mouth, 7:30 p. m. Traveling Men and Railroad GEO. S. GRIFFIN, Com. Will fur- - ARCH FURNISH, Rkc. Keep. men lunches forioJl trains. M.L-MYER3- Livery Attaehed MEETS every , 'Sowder & prcmcipeo MONUMENTAL WORKS, t , Brodhead, Ky, Granite and Marble Monuments aud Tombstones. -- P. A. PenmnRton, D. D. S.; M. ALL WORK FIRST-CLASSATISFACTION GIVEN- .DENTST, S, Mt. Vernon, OFFICE At the Rice property. Phone "No. 3S. D DENTIST, Ky. J. Southern Extension. In re-- ! uuu kUIVU ,.' . . I .!. Ethel Hart, another youth. Shanks of the Southern Railway, the Som claims that the shooting vs accierset Journal says: "It is indicated dental. that the connecting line between ultima Goldman, when told by a Bunrin and lellieo- will be built. friend ttou she was accused of While there is no direct reference complicity in the assassination of in the report to this extension it is the President, said the police could shown upon the accompanying prove nothing. map as one of their, projected, lines, and the improvements on the. C. C. Louisville, St. Louis and Knox-vill- e fif Norfork divisions indicate Attorney-atLaplainly that the company is making MT VURNON, ICY jjqtOFFICE.- - On 2cd. floor 0f.eiauorate ana expensive prepara-Th- e Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Church tions to handle hcavV traffic be street. Special attention given tween St Louis a,ld lhe Seaboard. O" tue divisions mentioned large to collections. sums are being spent to reduce the 'grades to less than fifty feet to the G. W. Mcci.urk. J. W. Brown. mile, as it is very expensive to McCLURE & BROWN carry heavy traffic over mush steeper grades. The curvatureand grades on the Cincinnati Southern Mt. Vernon, Ky. aggregate eighty-fiv- e feet to the All business entrusted to our care mile, while the line that has been win receive prompt attention. surveyed from Harrodsburg to room No. 8 in the old Brick does uot exceed tbirty feet( "ote1, . and it is the opinion of engineers ; , that it would be less expensive . to build the new extension than to reduce the grades on the Cincinnati Southern if leased; besides this advantage of grades the now line A full and complete stock. All would be considerably shorter.) and tap a field that is rich in orders filled promptly. Motto: timber." From all information received, it Best goods and lowest prices. seems that better grades can be had A. Son- by way of Lancaster and Brodhead. f- r- In Logan county Luther Shanks, .vuiU, siiwm -- 1 Ig IliW ill - I Williama, w, 1 Tlic Kind Yoa Havo Always B4)ngbt, and which Iia3 beca in use for over CO years, Jjaa borno l!io slgrnatnro of" and lias been mado iinrtcr ilia pcr- sonru supervision fiinco lis lniancy. jLAJ-TV-fi(fS fiuzyV U4cAMii Aiimvnn onn to lopftlvo Ton In this. nro but All Counterfotts, Imitation and " . Experiments that trhlo with ami endanger tlio health of rlnfautu and Children Experience against Experiment. -p -- Just-ns-soo- d" Attorney s-at-L- aw, I Jel-Offi- ce CJastorla h a harmlcsa substitute for Castor OH, Paregoric, Dropa and Soothlujj Syrups. It id Pleasant. It contalua neither Opium, Morphine nor other Nareotlo substance. Iti ago i3 its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Fovcrlshncss. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving- healthy aud natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. - What Is CASTORSA 9 : GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS , Furniture and Undertaking. Bears the Signature of C .The f&CcZU KM You Have Always COMPANY. coal-inu- d Bonp In Use For Over TMC CCNTAUH (Successors Mullins& to'IHuukensliip & TT MUMIAV TntCT, 30 Years. CITY. HCWVOKK - Mulllns,) Livingston, - Kentucky. turning Strikers prevented men from re- to work in the National "Big Pour" BUFFALO ROUTE .. PAN-AMERICAN -T- O- N W Cor.tThird and Chestnut Sts. MULLIWS HOTEL- LOUISVILLE, KY. Kurnlnliod wltli lCvery Conven ience find Comfort. Will be at Miller House, Mt John Farmer, Prop. ernou during all Circuit Courts. Livingston, Ky. Sample rooms lor Commercial men. Tube Company's works at McKees-poi- t Seand the plant is closed. rious trouble is feared. Attorney General Knox refused the request of Acting Secietary of the Navy Hackett, to detail an assistant attorney to aid in conducting the Schley inquiry. Law Rails to Texas. At frequent intervals dur- - . ing 90 1, round trip tkkets will be sold via tha 1 CpMon Belt Route,. M. liTrom Cairo and Mi, t... . tyempnis 10 pcmis irvArkansas, Louis- - R. G. Williams, KY. , Attorney-at-Lav- v MT. VERNON. Church St Court House. M4'H'HMrt'4''HvHi'H4ttHt-HHOp-.posi- te t EXPOSITION ! or 1901. ..feftBESTLINEtf &&trXnrXrx -- rito 'R. L, BROWN - .VTTQRNEY-AT-LA- 5 REASONS f A IMMMMHMIHHMBMMii iha, Texas, and Indian and Okla- lbma Territor'wj, wi Indianapolis, "Peoria and Chicago. Information cheerfully furbished on application at City Ticket 'Office "BIG Up stairs in old brick hotel opposite Court house. Special attention given to collections. Mt. Vkkkon, rOIJFlCE Kei'tucky J': I' R.A, JONES DENTIST, STANFORD, KY. H3 Massey Business MUBWMiWMHMiiMaMMM "WHY You should take a Courso atjtho & M Wa ! . .. KK ,vu vail Mvw. .N llckts tnd w.ltl l( wis .' iost. We will also stnJ you a complete ; schedule lor the trip tnd in Inleiesttas 1 whin you w6uld ...lit ivii ..K.. u.k.H jviii jrvu wiici. lll m. .' 61 the )aw-rt- e fUKlebook.-ATrlptoTexM- ." College MMMMMMta-Zl- V F. B. WYATT, T. f. K m-atV- , Mb. . w. usaiME, a p. ix sttKbtifo LOUISVILLE, KY. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. It is the cadi lit; Commercial School In Kentucky. Its courses of 5tiuly nrc thorough nmi systematic. Is ;Iren A written etintrnct, hacked Uy a special deposit of $ i,noo.-oto place our graduates in positions paying not less than $45.00 per month Immediately upon graduation. I Fourth FOUR," No. 213 Phono No. 48. Avenue, or write to General Agent, Office over HiRgins & McKenney' S. J. GATES, Louisville, Ky. Store. 4l444444'44'''4'44'4'l.f4u4 49 Writs We pay student' railroad fare to Louisville. We refund, upon graduation, every cent of tuition paid to us If the pupil is not iiioruugiuy sausuea. for Elotfnnt Catalotfuo and Spocial Qlscounti4 For Nearest Conrect. Guesses oa the Total Vote of Ohio on Novcmborg, 1901, will be distributed to patrons of the Weekly Enquirer, as follows: For Nearest Oorroot Quosa 30,000 Guess For Seoond Nearest-Oorrec-t 3,000 unura l.ooe " Fourth " 1,000 ' " , OOO Fifth "" " " Sixth 400 " " Seventh '" '30O Noxt 20 eabh' $100 amounting to. i 9.0GU i " " 100 "" 60 0;000 i $50,000 COFFEE A LUXURY WITHIN THE REACH " 10 ' " " " 6 .v,wwv ."A total of 4,387 prizes, amountlnff to .... ; In.case' 6f tie guesses, prize equally divided. The Total Vote of Ohio in 705,631 1891 was 1892 XII 861,025 1893 til 835,004 III Contest closes November $, 1901. " 1,000 200 '" 25 " " ; 10,000 15,S0-- i 6.000 $fi0,OOS OF ALL! If 1896 was 1897 1898 1900 1894 "New Fast Train -- TO- COLORADO PACIFIC COAST In effect Sunday, May 19th. The naiv train will leave St. Louis 9.90 a. in. daily the evening train to same, points, 10.10 p. ni. daily Through "sleeping car service bev JW z'A d. m ,A A u tute for you went to buy a lion whelp you would'nt accept a kitten as a substitute, even if the dealer urges you. Now, don't accept a substi- 1895 II 776,819 840,996 1899 " " ' " ...,, ... ..Guess.what it. will be in 1901. 804,028 703,ietf P20.Q73 J,049,12J l,OQO,l&t additional prize of $6,000 for any person making an exactly corrctt guess. If there be more than one exactly correct guess, the $6,000 to be cquajly divided among them. iAn $6,000, LION COFFEE. It Is UTAH sag Tho. Conditions aro: $1.00 for a yoar's subscription to thoWccUlj JEnquirer entitles suoh subscriber to one guess. 810.00 for ten yearly subscriptions secures ten guesses. 810.00 for one subscription ten years secures ten ffuosnea. No commissions or extra guesses. For further particulars see Weefc!y Enquirer. Send all orders to bound to turn outia, flint com- ENQUIRER COMPANY, Cincinnati, O, Watch our noxt odvortlsomont. the firren orf h of h mon yellow cat, with .none of 'ELL 'EM THE TELEPHONEWILL RANSMIT v tween St. Louis, San Francisco and uNorth western .points. Only line that doesa twice daily. Excursion tickets now on sale. 'For furl her information, address &. T. G. Matthews T. P. A. Louisville'Ky. . H. C. TOWNSKND, Gen'i Pass'r . andkt. Agt., St. Louis. -o. polished with ...... You want LION COFFEE because it Is If,c the other hand, you want a coffee which, in order to H,no-n-- e LION COFFEE. hide imperfections, is "hiffhlv J . o1 " wui -. icuiiiiiuus, 4l i.1 JLmIOJST If LION ing it. price. It is used In millions of homes If you doubt this, take a single COFFEE were common, ordinary stuff, coffee drinkers would'nt insist on" havbecause it is. the best coffee in the world .fonthe package home and try it. coffee. WOOLSOffcSPICB J Hieu uo not iDuy mm office, 25 cts Vernon to Wil liamsburg, Bar-bourvill- S.C. FRANKLIN, ' os sag os WATCHMAKER, I VI from Mt. Ky. Mt. Vernon, e, bin, -v- U'nfJuraace ., noli aii ikiad: office. t ant of - o- fi,r. s;,.n.,i find a fully illustrated and 'descriptive will fail to find in the list COwn,riiUte haePteB comfort and convenience, and which they may oi iiocn eads from the aPP" f out one jpound sealeS packages (which is the only Vmhe? m this excellent coffee is Void). it! WoTnTJt Ckaee. LON COFFEE you will tferf, m CfeP,rm flCV n woman' man hY f 8:W Livingston, Pine Hill, Brush fitted. Call at my shop, at Wesley j Creek, Langford, "Wildie, Brodhead, Wabd,LevelCrcen, drugstore, and have your Hanford. Crab Orchard, Standone, at reasonable prices. ford, Lancaster and all central Safe, reriabte Kentucky points at low rates. y work-neatl- soldering neatly done: rings London, silver Hazel Patch, cnt fit. Eyes tested and glasses Cor- - DO all kinds repairing, gold and Mt Vernon. " oiuai CO., TOLEDO, OHIO. and prompt in adjusting losses. E. S. Ausrigut", Old newspapers for sale at this pep-hundre- Signal office. i ,. ,f