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CONWAY ft o dersbri, chanced owners. o As The plague lias made its nppear-aiiceTKikby'. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse r;ction ? ot hf 'P- - Mr. J. F. Watson is up again. Oliver Welmr.,,, a carpenter, was;1 Sarnie Johnson is slightly im- a we Rio, Janeiro. '" baby. , Kirby lost their &taly,injured by 3 Jail at Louisa. ,res;ted Miss Clyde Cass left for St. Louis, proved at this writing. , . again . Joseph J. Langer.was appointed Sunday las't. R. M. Johnson was hohie from which died Sunday of fever, ,m lff'(. One fireman was killed and ficri,v;,v! There" is 116' sickness in this" vf I'tu'iii-or- i Argus. Au infant child of thu Richmond, last Sunday. United States Consul at Soliugeu, eml Korinnvlv iiii Mr. Bob Collyer, of Crab Orchard, ' cinitv at prese'nfV on Skagg; Germany. a fire at Chicago. Mrs. Addie Brummett is here Rev. Argus living was in town Sunday. visiting relatives, this week. creek, died Sunday. Sheridan-Bi- n Near Bardstown a Jittle sbb of The" Horn statrei Molasses making stem's to' be! Horace Benton left for Mt. Ster- J'. W. and Hnrrisou Lambert Shelby Wilkinson was run over by was rield up by one man and rob- - the order 6Y the day Hhrd. The infant child of Mr;-ling, last Friday night. were in Mt. Vernon last Monday, and Mrs Tip Herd, died Saturday a wagon and killed. bed in Wyoming. Mr. Pat Hunt visited Livings'ton,' Dr. Percy Beutou left for Mt. on business and was buried! at the Baker our A submarine boat a torpedo-boa- t The . discharged puddlers at Sterling, Friday night. the latter part of this week. Mrs. John Coffey, who has been rying ground. Sunday. Youngctown, Ohio, were reinstated destroyer for the navy wes launchMr. Geo. Reynolds will start visiting her mother returned to 'Mr. Sympson, from near Wifdie,' Gentry. 'Mrs. Sallic Gentry, v and the threatened strike Was avert- ed at E'.izabetuport, N. J. Illinois, last Friday. Vvest iir the near future. made us a pleasant visit Saturday aged 67. died Friday night of ed. Mike Nisbet, a u'nio'n miner, was iast Mrs. W. D. Keltou,- of AnderMr. John Newland and wife are Mrs. F. R. Feland was burned, shot and painfully injured from son, Ala., is here' visiting friends typhoid fever. Funeral servipes n School is plogressing nicely at visiting in Ohio, this week. were held Sunday at the resideuce and relatives, this week. perhaps fatally, by the explosion of ambush in H6r5k ms county. this place, under tinv helmsman of Mfcsdames Dannie Owens and n lamp in her home at Lawrence- Alfred Hart, the sou of Mrs. A. of Charley Carmical, conducred, by ' in a quarrel over a nickel, John p,W o H. M'artin. Will Adams are in Stanford, this burg. W. Hart, was here last week from Revs,- Smith, Barnes and Davault, Wims, of Gilbert, Tenn., was fa- Everjhhing is lovely and steins week. after which the remains were laid Lexington, visiting friends. 'A mob of Buffalo' Bill's cowboys u.y BUi, i wusau.gum, inc. J .g lQ to rest in the Cemetery, near th Mr RoSQ perkhs of Crab Qrch gaylng, Th and Indians tried to kill a man who Jiunk and Henry Alobley were old The Elks will, hold memorial. ;,,&,, sn,Vi fIVSV4UJT ;.i(;, ,nc ViJUlUg IX , AAr n Albright f home, of the Rev. J. C. Car .A rUU tVlltl J WWM4 in Somerset last Saturday, assaulted a showman at Washing- services nt Macauley's Theater Sun to mical. Quite a number of people attend- last week. testify against Miss Logston. ton, Iud.day afternoon iu honor of Zack ed the Primitive Baptists AssociaLivksay. Tlre lttie twwnonths-.- . Mr. L. L. Jarrettand Postmaster Bunk Mobley was in Frankfort The Birmingham Belt railroad Phelos. tion, held at Bloomer's church. A. H. Evans, left for Frankfort, old child of Mf. and- Mrs."R. H. . has been sold to a syndicate replast Tuesday, as a witness against The explosion of a Michigan Livesay, died Sunday, of scarlet Prof. Walker Owens, who is Monday night. T TT T .11! ..' r resented by II. M. Atkinson, of Central engine at Jackson, Mich., liquor, fever. j. n. iwogsiou, xor seiiiug II teaching at Wildie, came over Mr. T. S. Frith will move into Atlanta. killed ons man and injured two Mr. Elmina and Miss Eva Har- - Elmore. The Saturday and returned Sunday. C. H. Ff ith's new house nex"t MonA special. issue of postage stamps others. uin nave returned home, alter a child of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. ElA protracted meeting begins at day or Tuesda)'4 commendatory of the life of the several weeks' stay with relatives' At Indianapolis Robert Smith more, of Livingston, aad was Mrs. Mary Collyer left Thursday late President McKiuley, is in con- killed Ins brother, Frank, as tlit ' tue Christian chuich Monday night in Irvine. takeri to Stanford Monday, for next, conducted by Bro. Combs night for Hope, Ind., where, she templation. Unole D. N. Williams was over result of a quarrel overthe disposiwill join her children Walter Hunt and Ottie Rey-- i from Mt. Veinon last week, G. W. Waite, the Somerset tion of proper!)'. nolds, a ter a brief visit with friends Miss Louella Garrett enjoyed the1 looking after his laud and also takbanker, was acquitted at Danville ROCKCASTLE PROGRAMME Several small boys were before smiles of her best fellow Sunday, ing oil leases. ' S. S. CONVENTION COL- - , charge of swearing to false the Police Court. Louisville charged , c ;L Mf. Cooper, of Livingston. LEGE CHAPEL, MT. bank reports. J. R. McCollom ,and family, wmi ueiuiuicg unu assaulting a gin VERNON, SEPT. Mr. Emmet Cummins, who is Mr. C. K. Lewis aud wife, Who who have been in the West for ; In a wreck on the grand Rapids aged eight years. 28, 1901. employed with the Stone Crew, have been in Central America for some Ex-- . and Indiana railroad, near Cadillac, time returned to our county 9 O'clock, a. m Devotional The undertakers of the State Rev. Ewers: ' ercises, five Tuesday morning voted to reor- was in Suuday with parents, smil- some time, are at home agatu days since. a few Mich., one life was lost and ing at the girls as usual. William.Fraucisco is head sawpersons vvere injured. ganize the Funeral Directors' AsMorslial Morrow was here from 9:30 Address of Welcome, L. W. yer in the (Kentucky) this week,' Somerset last Friday and arrested Betuuruni. un lucsaay nignt ot tue 17, The Nebraska Tnsane Asylum sociation of Kentucky. Cook of Somerset; 4 Tack Frost made us an tinivfelcomfe ou'account of Mr. Valter Turpin Miss was destroyed by fire, and three Ellen Logston, on" the charge Response, James J. M. Hampton was awarded ivWt n,?cr vr wui - ., KSt.,-.,t- . jav;- - being sick. Sunday-schoWorker's Con- 9:45 Mwt. uviug . . ! missing luuatics are supposed to j,45 aamages m A. .conuemna- - . .w., w,,.. of selling liquor unlawfully. J me ferrence, Rev. J. C. Carmical, arild for ns reception. Mr. Geo. Dowell, who has been have been burned to death. Tode Roberts, Known as Tode 11011 suit 01 ine Li, a, anu r. v. Followed by Rice, Holtzclavy An apple cutting was given visiting in this neighborhood, re- Drew, here, was tried in Robert L. Taylor, of Electric Railway Company. J. H. and Ballon. Wednesdav nitrht In?t nt Afr turned to his1 home in New Albany, Sigman's court last Friday, for Tennessee, and Mrs. Alice Fitts 10:15 The Medel Sunday-schoo- " Booker T.Washington, the negro car Ham's. There were twenty lnd., Sunday. Rev. J. A. Burgess, Berea. Hall, of Montgomery, were married educator, makes the crime oi disturbing the public school, and bushel sliced, more or less. Mr Adis Hendrickson, who has was fined $20 and smt to jail. 10:00 Primary Teaching m Tuscaloosa, Ala., Monday. at Czolgosz a text from which to school, Mesdames. Ewers, Among the number that attended been ill Lancaster enjoying the ' , In London financial circles it is preach a sermon on lynching. h. .Land, Stock and Crop Blazer, and Miss Mitchell. the Association, Sunday at Skaggs smiles df his best girl, returned . Relieved that Great Britain will The three great iron producing NOON Adjournment. 0 money on ac companies of Spam agreed to jCreek were the Misjes Uzz& home Monday. have to wise more W. M. Pcyuter sold a couple of i.'3o Song and Devotional ExePa5mer Alt, niwns Q . Mntro. Mesdames Owens and Adams &t count of the South A frican war. nhm1iratiiitr rn tli litioc nt tliVJ rcises-, Rev. T. D. Mullins. Mullius opened up a new and complete line sneking mdle colts, fur $65. The Louisville Interstate Fair Uuited States Steel Corporation. Rejport of Couuty S. S. OffiElbert Hansel b'ou'ght of Dr. 1:45 cers. Your humble servant hid the of millinery goods, over tha post was opened auspiciously Monday. The contest office for fall aud winter, 1901-0- 2. John M. Williams; acotiibined horse 2:00 Five Minutes Talk by Five There were no inaugural formalit- case for the office of Attorney pleasure of making a trip to Crab Eusiues Men, W. J. Sparks, Rev. A. J. Pike, accomrinied by for $100. ies. The show will continue two General of the State has Been ar- - Orchard during the first of the week, and oti his aptiim nfrmirM Rev. Kuykeudall, were in town B. T. Wright, of Sliarpsburg; sold Jacob Sambrook, G. ,M. weeks. gued in the Court of Appeals and made a , James Cook and VV. W, t Friday. Rev. Kuykeudall delivered to Joe Turley for October delivery, ' Higbtower. submitted. . , . The Louisville Annual Confercts. A reception was given Saturday an excellent sermon Friday eve- 155 export cattle, 12$ at 5 Address 'Rev.-- ' David Harts-fiel2 130 ence of the Methodist Episcopal Shortly after the e'ui'. Wlirt of night last) aud 30 at 5 cts. per pound. Mt. t0 the you folkr of ning. Subject? Moral Influence Church, South, meets at Bowling inquiry convened the startling immunity, by Miss Lizzie Rev. Livingston did not fill his Sterling Advocate of S. S. Work. Green Wednesday Bishop R. K. nouncement of the sudden death of Pa;nter. A1I rpnnrf th. R. A. Watts sold td Brock & 3:30 Report of Convention. 4:00 - . v..w. ww.M, regular appointment at the Christ f j , Hargrove will preside.' juugc jcic TTT1 vviisuii, sc;iiui cuuusci highly entertained and a joyful adjournment. Railsback 14 heifers weight Soo lbs., tian church on account of being A reciprocity agreement with for Admiral Schley, was made, and time. CtS., and to R. Wills, of nipelintr nt 'at 3 entrnfred in .1 seriM nf Cuba is to be negotiated whereby court adjourned till Wednesday. 'PMilliJniifi oti rtvtrri tntl Iim cr mlllM John Hi Sparks' New Railroad Everyone seems to have quite an Gosheusi sugar and tobacco from the island Shows and Trained Animal Expo-- , POLITICS and POLITICIANS amount of pressing work to keep A crowd of young folks gathered for $65. Winchester Democtat. will be admitted to the United them well employed, and are Ryley & Collins bought this sition will exhibit in Mt. Vernon' at Mr. R. S. Martain's Saturday States on favorable terms. n Arguinenc in the and "hustling" in order night, and was entertained by Miss week from L. D. Carpenter and on Sept. 28, Saturday afternoon The new cereal combine, which ridge contest for the office of At- - that they may attend the meeting Sallie Purcell all icported an ex- Mrs. Cordie Dale, i,ioo bushels and evening. Admission only 10 was incorporated iu New Jersey toruey General, of Kentucky was at this place. each, and from Boston and Thomp and 25 cents. This show is kuowu cellent time. a capital of Saturday, with the world over as the largest, begun before 'the court of appeals j Miss Ethel Bastiu, of Crab I am authorized to announce son, 2,500 bushels wheat at 70c. graudest and best 25 ceut show on is practically a reorganiza'ard, is visiting Miss Sadie Martin that all men, women, boys aud per bushel Woodford Sun the read, withVill new, startling, of the old American Cereal tion The Rev. Lew G.Wallace, chap- - and many others of her' used-t- o be girls, who are interested in a deJ. A. Howerton sold to John original and features. , Company. catlain of the State prison, will be a schoolmates. It is reported she bating society, will meet at the Redmon, 35 medium The finest performing lions, wolvea 'The nine Chicago anarchists ar- candidate for the Democratic nom was highly entertained Sunday school house tonight, Sept. 27, and tle at 2lA cents, delivered October aud elephuuts oil earth are to be rested on the charge of conspiring iuat'OJJ'for Superintendent of Public last, by Mr. Milton Cummins. 1st. He also sold to Earl Sellers, organize seeu with Sparkp' Njip one ring C. F. a to murder McKiuley were released Instruction. Quite a number of the young- Mr. Jesse Parks, of Williams- of Lexington, snows; together iwith Xtroupe ot Regnl on the statement of the prosecution Voters In the Seventh Magisterial folks of this immediate neighbor burg, who came here several weeks' Clay filly, and a highl educateu horsesX ponies, that there was no evidence of any district petitioned the County Clerk hood, anticipate visiting Cincinnati ago to have his eyesight restored, Wilkes coll; and sold to A. W. mules, Uog- -j gqalfi and nioiikej.s, caracter against the prisoners. to put F. Saturday night next. Among them returned home Sunday, seeing as Wright one yearling Southdown ulso a fine acrobatic and gyuiiitiHiic of Jefferson couuty of iuquiry M. ,Grinstead and S. S. Silber-- are as follows; Misses Hedie Sayers, well as he ever did, he having" been (buck. Paris Kentuckian. In the Schley Court ' performance uud six funny clowns. STRAY COW. the chief witness for the prosecu- berg on the ballot as candidates Anuie Owens, Altie Owens and treated by the eminent occulist See Romeo, the largest lion in tion was Lieut. Commander Heil-tte- for Magistrate aud Constable on ' Mrs. Joe Cash. Dr. 1. S. Burdette. captiviiy and Mury, the snuilUut At my place, between Mt. Ver- baby elephant ever on exhibition. "of the Texas, who gave damag- "Independent Republican" ticket. May Emma and her many dis- Working Night and Day. non and Brodhead, one pale red the regarding evidence ing The meeting of the Cabinet Tues- - ciples, who are The busiest and mightiest little cow, white spot on back between See our grand free balloon ascenSchley's, day plainly developed the Piesi- - to our tjovernment, have justice so 'maneuvers of the Brooklyn thing that ever was made is Dr. the hips, and dehorned Has been sion, with a p'iratliute jump al.o ship, during the battle of Santiago. dent's strong . belief in the meeted t;o them that, their power u Ifte thrihing high tower due King's New Ltfe Pills. These pills at my place 2 or 3 weeks. Owner from a ladder So feet high into a . . Little was will forever be annihilated; their cnauge Fourteen members of the Rey- reciprocity principle. .1 weakness into suengiu, 'cau Ret some by pr0VUlg pr(,perty nolds band, charged with the mur done at the Cabinet meeting, the degrading influence destroyed," and ' net This is given free tu nil liotn listlessness into energy, brain-fa- g and paying damages of Mis. Hall iu Letcher county, time being devoted to an explana- their meeting aud holding conmid 7 p. ni.r' der the .'ho a ijioutiii .11 -, uuo mental power, xuey re won- - ,. t r priRCFI I term of tion of the work of the several ferences in saloons, the most base wilt be tried at the special the bell Circuit Court, which con- departments, as the President is of the satauic kingdom. So long OnlvC nr box. Sold hv nil' Jl,dKe J0,)n D' Goodloe, of .done is worth going uiuiy miles in One anxious to familiarize himself with 'as we allow them to be inhabitants, Druppists White's Station, sold to Joua.-- Wiel see aud it costs )m nothing. Mi. vened in Pineville Monday. much less citizens, we can hold iu of the gang has agreed to the details. his eutire lot of 70 cattle, including Sparks offers u handsome bedroom member A Shocking Calamity view nothing else, except the act evidence. n y0k-- 0f fut oxen, at 5 cents all suit !o any cuuple that will , take h turn State's A large crowd attended the formha-a"Lately befell a railroad laborer," 'round. Thirty-siof "Judas," to of these were trip in his big bridal balloon and Tue Commercial Pacific Cable al opening of the Democratic Sen- of the wicked marrthe happiness, and prosperity writes Dr. A. Kellett, of Williford, delivered last Saturday and they get mariied. Now is your dunce which was incorporated atorial campaign Monday. Company, The fS-- i at Albany, Nr Y., Monday, with a four candidates, Judge James E of our well established republic. Ark. "His foot was badly crushed, averaged 1 ,365 pounds. The re tor u big novel wedding aud a him J a Cantrill, Hons. James B. McCreary, For my part, I believe the. "Sedi- but Bucklen's Arnica Salve quickly maiuder will go the lutter part of Lome present, ai:d no danger ui fi capital of $100,000, will construct w aubmariue qable. 8,500 miles long, David H. Smith and Charles K. tion Law" should be in force and cured him. It's simply wonderful the month and will average up with' anv iiccuJeiti nt nU, 'Hitie hao,',1' y for Burns, Boils, Piles and all skin them. Mr. Wiel also bought of T." beet. lun.diwN ot muccssiu! imir-from California to the Philippines, Wheeler, for the Democratic nom- - perfectly executed to the letter, 1,& .Direct con- ination for United States Senator, and exterminate, completely, the eruptions. It's the world's cabin- - 5. Burnum, of Silver Cietk, iu3 nun m il.is bjg balloon uud by way of Honolulu. .t t iOW 1MI CU.Z)i' made with each made speeches. Seven debates rctrogiading and cowardly, con-i- n pionlieaier. cure guaranteed. 250 head at 5 cents, for delivery 111 MIlUlL UCluei.W nections will also be ' temptible anarchists. Sold by all Druggist's. 'October Richmond Climftx i u lilftuuc, Uou't iuKv k Chiua and Japan. ail, will be had. at ", v NEWS ITEMS Ped one-ear-ol- d sv I ; - . - g. I Li 4 - . I 1 of-th- e I ' ,- ol I Ex-Go- v. J 0: W -- Sunday-- . I ' Pratt-Breckinrid- ge . Bal-lur- d. d, an-!th- is .. i "rus-selling- " Pratt-Brecki- $12,-000,00- 0, Orch-Tuesda- y. up-to-da- te I r, . 1 I I i K4 i c x ,! Jl -- f-U -, j 1 f im j , y. I X (, :m fit r :m A' DISCOLORED Si'UlO OM S' m y''?& JJ'v - ' , i t 1 1 111 1 1 el-IVOLUME XV. lt 1 1 NUMBER I MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, SEPT. 27. 1901. 'TELL MY FRIENDS Tp BE BRAVE AND FEARLESS. AND LOYAL TO THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE' The Hotel Henderson, at Hen'- MARETBURG. BRODHEAD CONWAY DEATHS. w o dersori, changed owners. As our section has not been icp- - The plague has made its t, KirdV. jMr, aud Mrs. Jesse Mr. J. F. Watson is up again. Oliver Wehnr.n, a carpenter, wasX Sarnie Johnson is slightly im. resented for a period we will Rio, Janeiro. ' amir &f..i.. injured by 2 tall at Louisa. baby. . Kirby lost their proved at this writing. . Miss Clyde Cass lelt for St. Louis, again; k which died Sunday of fever, . Joseph J, Langer.was appointed R'. M. Johnson was hohie from Sunday las't. One firuinu was killed and se"v- t :t T,,e "o'sfckn'ess in thi' vf Argus. An infant child of the. Richmond, last Sunday. United States Consul at Soliugen, eral seriously injured while fightingMr. Bob Collyer, of Crab Orchard, cinSty at preseW; . Germany. a fire at Chicago. Mrs. Addie Brummett is here Rev. Argus living ou Skiigg; was1 in town Sunday. visiting relatives, this week. creek, died Suuday. i tv Near Bardstown a Jittlb .Con of The Sheridan-Bi- n Horn state! Molasses making stem's to' be Horace Benton left for Mt. SterJ". W. and Hnrrison Lambert Hurix The intent child of Mrr; Shelby Wilkinson was run over by was held up by one man and rob- - the order of the day ling, last Friday night. were in Mt. Vernon last Monday, and Mrs Tip Herd, djed SaturdaV--a wagon and. killed. bed in Wyoming. Mr. Pat Hunt visited Livings'lonj Dr. Percy Beutou left for Mt.' oU business. and was buried! at the Baker our A submarine boat a torpedo-boa- t The . discharged puddlers nt Sterling, Friday night. uie iaiier pari 01 luisweeK. Mrs. John Coffey, who has been ry"S ground. Sunday. WI Voungctown, Ohio, were. reinstated destroyer for the navy wes launch- Mr. Geo. Reynolds will start visiting her mother returned to Mr. Sympson, frohi near" Wifdfe,' Gentry. 'Mrs. Sallie Gentry vert-eed at Elizabetliport," N. J. and the threatened strike wWa Illinois, last Friday. made us a pleasant visit Saturday v"est in the near future. aged 67. died Friday night of Mike Nisbet, a union miner, was iast Mrs. W. D. Kelton," of AnderMr. John Newland aii'd wife are Mrs. F. R. Feland was hurued, snot and pamiully injured from son, Ala., is here' visiting friends typhoid fever. Funeral services .. .i. . vis"iting in Ohio, this week. j t.i ..' were held Sunday at the residence aud relatives, this week. perhaps fatally, by the explosion of ambush in Hipkins county. this place,' udder t&' helmsman of Mesdames .Dannie Owens and of Charley Carmical, conducred by . J a lamp in her home at Lawrence-burg- . Alfred Hart, the sou of Mrs. A. in a quarrel over a nickel, John pfof. S. H. Martin. Will Adams are in Stanford, tliis W. Hart, was here last week from Revs Smith, Barnes and Davault, Wims, of Gilbert, Tenn., was fa Everything is lovely and stems week. after which the remains were lairi Lexington, visiting frisnds. A mob of Buffalo' Bill's cowboys tally shot, at Washington, Ind. bk saying;' "There is Sunshine to to rest in the Cemetery, near thb Mr. Roso Perkins, of Crab Orchaud Indians tried, to kill a man who Bunk and Henry Mobley were The Elks will hold memorial ;,, siVi trAnr . " old home, of the Rev. J. C. Car- - v, rd, was visiting Mr. M. C. Albright in Somerset lasc Saturday, to assaulted a showman at Washing- services at Mncauley's Theater Sun " " ""' '""7 lineal. Quite a number of people attend last week. testify against Miss Logston. ton, Ind.- day afternob'u in honor of Zack ed the Primitive Baptists AssociaMr. L. L. Jarrettand Postmaster Li yesa. Y. Tire little leu;monthsv The Birmingham Belt railroad Phelos. Bunk Mobley was in Frankfort tion, held at Bloomer's church. old child of Mf. .and. Mrsi'Pv. H.k A. H. Eyaus, left for Frankfort, has been sold to a syndicate rep last Tuesday, as a witness against Livesay, The explosion of n Michigan died Sunday, of scarlet Prof. Walker Owens, who is Monday night. resented by H. M. Atkinson, of Central engine at Jaclcspn, Mich., J. H. Logston, for selling liquor fever. teaching at Wildie, came over Mr. T. S. Frith will move into Atlanta. killed on s man and injured two Mr. Eltnina aud Miss Eva HarSaturday and returned Sunday. C. H. Ffith's new house uet MonElmore. The A special. Usue of postage stamps others. din have returned home,- after a day or Tuesdayt child of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. ElA protracted meeting begins at commendatory of the life of the several weeks' stay with relatives At Indianapolis Robert Smith tlin ("MltMCMnt-- rtliiifrtlt ArAiif)nit more, of Livingston, .and was ...l. Mrs. Mary Cbllyerleft Thursday in Irvine. K ' , " late President McKiuley, is in con killed his brother, Frank, as the ' , taken to Stanford Monday, for iu- night for Hope, Ind., where, she templation. Unole D. N. Williams was over terment. result of a quarrel ovepthe disposi- uncr nuiu ana uctie Key- - will join her children from Mt. Vetnon last week,' G. W. Waite, the Somerset tion of property. molds, a ter a brief visit with friends Miss Louella Garrett enjoyed the" fooking after his laud and also takwas acquitted at Danville banker, ROCKCASTLE PROGRAMME Several small boys were before j .. smiles of her best fellow Sunday, ' S. S. CONVENTION COL- - , ing oil leases. e charge of swearing to false the Police Court. Louisville charged Lt c ' Mr. Cooper, of Livingston. LEGE CHAPEL, MT. bank reports. J. R. McCollom ,nnd family, wiiu uci.uuicg ana assaulting a gin VERNON, SEPT. Mr. C. K. Lewis aud wife, who Mr. Emmet Cummins, who is who have been in the West for ; In a wreck on the grand Rapids aged eight years. 28, 1901. employed with the Stone Crew, have been in Central America for some time returned to our county Ex-- . aud Indiana railroad, uear Cadillac, O'clock, a. ni Devotional The undertakers of the State 9 ...r was in Suuday with parents, smil- some time, are at home again ti . r? n.ev. jiwcis; a few days since. Mich., one life was lost and five Tuesday morning voted to reorercibes, ing at the girls as usual.' WillianiFraucisco is head sawpersons were injured. ganize the Funeral Directors' AsMorslial Morrow was here from 9:30 Address of Welcome, L. W. On Tuesday night of the 17, yer in the (Kentucky) this week,' Betburuui. Somerset last FrfdaV aud arrested The Nebraska Jnsaue Asylum sociation of Kentucky. Jack Frost made us an unwelcome ou'accounL of Mr. vValter Turpin Miss Ellen Logston, on the charge Response, James Cook of Somerset: wasdest'royed by fire, and three J. M. Hampton was Awarded Worker's'Cou-- ' being sick. 9:45 Sunday-schomissing lunatics are supposed to $450 damages in the .condemna- visit, owing to our not of selling liquor unlawfully. ferrence, Rev. J. C. Carmicalff for his reception. Mr. Geo. Dowel, who has been have been burned to death. Tode Roberts, Kudwn as Tode tion suit ot the L. A. and P. V. Followed by Rice, Holtzclaw An ofn1i ontfincr t.too visiting in this neighborhood, re- Drew, here, was tried in tvnj vtu ukb.u, Robert L. Taylor, of Electric Railway Company. J. H. Wednesday niVht Inst nf Mr n: turned to his1 lioule in New Albany, W" ' . Sigman's court last Friday, for 10:15 The Medel Sunday-school- 1 Tennes;j$f;, and Mrs. Alice Fitts .1 ouuKcrx.wuwiingiou, uie negro car Ham's. There were twenty Ind;, Sunday. Rev. J. A. Burgees, Berea. Hall, of Montgomery, were married educator, makes disturbing the public school, aud the crime 01 bushel sliced, more or less. Mr Adis Hendfickson, who has was fined $20 and ssnt to jail. 10:00 - Primary Teaching iu Sun- at Tuscaloosa, Ala., Mouday. Czolgosz a text from which to Mesdames. Ewers, Among the number that attended been in Lancaster enjoying the ' , In London financial circles it is preach a sermon on lynching. .Land, Stock and Crop Blazer, and Miss Mitchell. " the Associ.it!on. Snnrlnv nf smiles df hia best eirl. returned believed that Great Britain will The three great iron producing jCreek were the MJsses NOON Adjournment. ' Uzze home Monday. have to raise more money on ac- companies of Spain agreed to pflinte W. M. Pcy titer sold a couple of 130 Song nnd Devotional ExAltie nwpns ntlH Mfl . Mesdames Owens and Adams count of the South African war. amalgamate on the lines of the ercises; Rev. T. D, Mullins. Mullms. opened up a new and complete line sneking mille colts, for 65. The Louisville Interstate Fair Uuited States Steel Corporation. Rejport of County S. S. OffiElbert Hansel botight of Dr. 1:45 cers. Your humble servant hid the of millinery goods, over tho post was opened auspiciously Monday. The contest office for fall and winter, iyoi-0- 2. John M. Williams; a combined horse There were no inaugural formalit- case for the office of Attorney pleasure of making a trip to Crab 2:90 Five Minutes Talk by Five Orchard during the first of jthe Busiues? Men, W.- - J.' Sparks, Rev. A. J. Pike, accompinied by for $100. ies. The show will continue two General of the State has b'eeh arweek, aud ou his aeturn, of course, Rev. Kuykeudall, were iu town B. T. Wright, of Sliarpsburg; sold Jacob Sambrook, G. ,M. Bal weeks. gued in the Court of Appeals and made a pleasant lurd. James Cook aud W. yM call Friday. Rev. Kuykeudall delivered to Joe Turley for October delivery, ' Higbtower. The Louisville Annual Confer- submitted. a :.... cts. an excellent sermon Friday eve- - J55 export cdttle, 12$ at 5 2:30 Address 'Rev.'' David Harts-field- , ence of the Methodist Episcopal Shortly after the Schley fcurt of night last aud 30 at 5 cts. per pound. Mt. mug. t0 the youngfolkr Subject: Moral Influence Church, South, meets at Bowling iu4.,jruvcu?uiui:arumK ommuility by Miss Uzzq ol S. S. Work. Rev. Livingston did not fill his Sterling Advocate Green Weduesday Bishop R. K. nouueement of the sudden death of 'painter. All report their bd R. A. Watts sold td Brock & 3:30 Report of Convention. 4:00 regular appointment at the Chris Hargrove will preside." Judge JereWilsoii, senior counsel uigbly adjournment! entertained and a joyful tian church on account of being Railsback 14 heifers weight 800 lbs., A reciprocity agreement with 1UI fXUUJUUl W)tJJICy, W U1UUC, uuu time. CtS., and to R. WllISi of entrncrpd in a senVs nf npelino- nt 'at Cuba is to be negotiated whereby court adjournfed till Wediiesday. ' rNrtifViio tin otl rtvfrfl tvnnliniT ttlttlr John Ht Sparks' New Railroad Everyone seems to have quite an GoshenSi sugar and tobacco from the island Shows and Trained Annual Expo-- , for $65. Winchester Demociat. POLITICS and POLITICIANS amount of pressing work to keep A crowd of young folks gathered will be admitted to the United Ryley & Collins bought this sition will exhibit in Mt. Vernon, them well employed, and are "rus- at Mr. R. S. Martain's Saturday States on favorable terms. n Argument in the 'selling" and "hustling" in order night, and was entertained by Miss week from L. D. Carpenter and on Sept. 28, Saturday afteruoou evening. Admission only- ,10 new cereal combine, which ridge contest for the office of At' that thev mnv nttend flip nipriiifT Sallie The , , ........., Purcell all reported an ex- Mrs. Cordie Dale, 1,100 bushels and was incorporated in New Jersey torney General, of Kentucky was at this place. each, and from Boston and Thomp and 25 cents. This show is known cellent time. the world over as the largest, Saturday, with a capita! of begun before 'the court of appeals Miss Ethel Bastiu, of Crab I am authorized to announce son, 2,500 bushels wheat at 70c. grandest and best is practically a reorganiza25 cett show on ar(j) js visiting Miss Sadie Martin that all men, women, boys aud per bushel. Woodford Sun. the read, withVill new, startling, Cereal tion of the old American 'the Rev. Lew G. Wallace, chap- - and many others of lier' used-t- o be girls, who are interested in a deJ. A. Howerton sold to John original and features. , Company. catlajnofth'e State prison, will be a schoolmates. It is reported she bating society, will meet at the Redmon, 35 medium lions, wolved The nine Chicago anarchists ar- candidate for the Democratic nom- - was highly entertained Sunday school house tonight, Sept. 27, and tle at 3 cents, delivered October The finest oerfort and elephiiiits 011 rth are to be rested on the charge of couspiriug inat'on'for Superintendent of Public last, by Mr. Milton Cummins. He also sold to Earl Sellers, 1st. organize! if one ring seen with Spar! I McKiuley were released InstructioUi C. F. to murder Quite a number of the youug- Mr. Jesse Parks, of Williams- of Lexington, a shows; together' with alroupe ol Regit I on the statement of the prosecution Voters Id Ihe Seventh magisterial ' folks of this immediate neighbor burg, who came here several weeks' Clay filly, and a ponies, highl educated horse.s that there was no evidence of auy district petitioned the County Clerk hood, anticipate visiting Cincinnati ago to have his eyesight restored, Wilkes coll; and sold to A. W. mules, Uoksi grfats and in6JikeH, caracter against the prisouers. of Jefferson coubty to put F. Saturday night next, Among them returnea nome bunuay, seeing as Wright one yearling Southdown ulbo a tine acrohutic ntid gyuiittivic. In the Schley court of inquiry M. ,Griristead aud S. S. Silber-- areas follows; Misses HedieSayers, iTmll ou lirt wtm rll1 llf. linifl no" lMrn buck. Paris Kentuckian. perl'oriiiauce aud six funny clowns. STRAY COW. the chief witness for the prosecu- berg oil the ballot as candidates Annie Owens, Altie Owens and treated by the eminent occulist See Romeo, the largest lion in ' j tion was Lieut. Commander Heil-er- f for Magistrate and Constable on Mrs. Joe Cash. Dr. 1. S. Burdette. captivity and Mury, the stiiiillcit damag- "Independent Republican" ticket. At my place, between Mt. Ver- baby elephant ever ou exhibition. of the Texas, who gave May Emina and her many dis- Wording Night and Day. non aud Brodhead. one nale red regarding the evidence ing Thfc meeting of the Cabinet Tues- - ciples, who are The busiest and mightiest little ' C0Wi whUe sp(Jt 0IJ back betwec See our grand free balloon ascend of the Brooklyn Schley's, day plainly developed the Piesi- - to our government, have justice so 'maneuvers thing that ever was made is Dr. Ithc hips and dehoruedi Has been sion, with a parachute jump abo ship, during the battle of Santiago. dent's strong belief in the raeeted t,o them that, their power King's a lr.e thriUing high tower dive New Life Pills. These pills ' 0wnfcr membets of the Rey- reciprocity principle. Little was will forever be annihilated; their change weakness into sttenglh, at ,ny place 2 or 3 weeks from a ladder 80 feet high into a 'Fourteen lcau get h0Uie by proving property charged with the m'ur done at the Cabinet meeting, the degrading influence destroyed,' and ' netThis ih given fae to all Mom' nolds band, listlessuess into energy, brain-fa- g damage, the io.v mutual .u i mid 7 11. ill..' der of Mis. Hall in Letcher county, time being devoted to' an explana- their meeting and holding con- into mental power. They're won- - and payjg prjRCELL. bep 27 2t ram or shine. Don't miss ii. Ji will be tried at the special term of tion of the work of the several ferences in saloons, the most base 111 huilfiiiiP tin xhf honltli. r ir r" t ofi alone is worth guing uimiy milco U ubell Circuit Court, which con- departments, as the President is 6f the satanic kingdom. So long Only oouioe, the JO nil" J"" k 25c per u One anxious to familiarize himself with Us we allow them to be inhabitants, see aud itcubts ui nuiliing. Mi. vened in l'ineville Monday. j While's Station, sold to Jouas Wiel Druggists. agreed to the details. less citizens, we can hold iu tnuch his entire lot of 70 cattle, including Sparks offers u hatidsoine bedroom member of the gang has A Shocking Calamity view nothing else, except the act a yote 0f fut oxen, at 5 t cents all suit to any couple that willtake turn State's evidence. A large crowd attended the form"Lately befell a railroad laborer,'" round. Thirty-siof these were trip in his big bridal balloou aud Tue Commercial Pacific Cable al opcniiig of the Democratic Sen- of the wicked ha-a- of "Judas," to marrthe happiness, and prosperity writes Dr. A. Kellett, of Williford, delivered last Saturday and thev get mariied. Now is your chui . incorporated atorial campaign Monday. Company, which was The was badly crushed, lnVeruged 1,365 pounds. The re- lor a big novel wedding and a Imu Ptf at Albany, N, Y., Monday, with a four candidates, Judge James E of our well established republic. Ark. "His foot "Sedi- but Bucklen's Aruica Salve quickly 'maiuder will go the latter part of .some present, ui:u no aangcr iu of$too,ooo, will .construct a Cautrill, Hons. James B. McCreary, For my part, I believe the, capital 1.0. ,. .4 submarine qable. 8,500 miles long, David H. Smith and Charles K. tion Law" should be in force and cured him. Ifs simply wonderful the month and will average up with any iiceuieni nt uJi. Thtie '"""it lii.-- t. Piles and all skin them. Mr. Wiel alf-- bought of T. 'USM MllllMlti- at XII itvitil ilWiiVP hut. tli ti w tini.iuiH from California to the Philippines, Wheeler, for the Democratic nom perfectly executed to the letter, lor Burns, Boils, conand exterminate, completely, the eruptions. It's the world's cahm- - 5. Burnuni, of Silver deck, mtf iiaP in ibis Lig liilldoti und .Direct by way of Honolulu. ination for United States Senator, Nuwihti cl.y6il.'will txlbu be made with each made speeches. Seven debates etrograding and cowardly, con- - pion healer. Curegudrailteed. 250 hedd at 5 cents, for delivery 111 iugle incident. nections " Sold by all Druggist's. Clima.Vv 'October Richmond Uou'tiiiiMi. n ;i leuipuuie nuurenibia. in all, will be had. . China and Japan,' : nppear-aujceja, -. NEWS ITEMS - one-year-ol- d ' J - -- . . d. o-- -- J.l-1- 4.. a .. I J ,,, . - Tl i ... of-th- ef,j if ,,. being-prepare- d ol Ex-Go- -- y, Mj.-- ! !.. 1 day-schoo- l, Rt-oer- ' Pratt-Breckinrid- v CIJ... i an-ith- is - i - Pratt-Brecki- - $12,-006,00- 0, Orch-Tuesda- y. I im-to-ria- te - ' Hf-rf- eu t. ' It .9 I i m d x Jf J . ' i - H . w - imv-ujL- lift-tun- e. , ,) ;X F 11 ,' STiriimwfawjtffanmrm.ixot saoaMiniEncBrsv:xjiianim Mt-Vern-on mum kwimam.xanriix " miinrmwTnftiiiPiFinim.HiTwiwiwJ.Ta E ".-TH- 4, I PRES. ROOSEVELT'S CAREER as his own physical endurance VERNON. A Night ok Terror. BASK He invaded the anxiety was lelt for the would permit. "Awful ik Col. Theodore Roosevelt, 43 ' West particularly, and was elected widow of the brave General Burn-hami who by succession to the deceased ' , Jti. electoral votes, against 155 of Machias, Me , , when the Friday, Sept. 20, 1901. William AlpKiiiley, forthwith be-- OPENED 1900. f Democratic opponent'; doctors said she would die irom United, comet. Piesuteiit oi the Pneumonia before morning" writes. tm.. ir. ill nitifc-ii- " liis rnrpcr Atllui E. btCVOllSOil. by Published every Friday " Mrs. S. H. Lincoln, who attended CAPITAL STOCK, 15,000 been a dramatic, jet unusut figure EDGAR S. 'A'LDRIdilT. WILDk her th.it fearful night, but she begin American politics, and all excep r .' A. E. EWERS, ged for Di. King's New Discovery, 3. H. MARTIN, Pkks. ' tionally suuctsslul one. Although M. Meadows' spent Sunday with SUBSCRIPTION ONtt VKAK $l('K u graduate of New York politics it which had more than once saved W. L. RICHARDS, Cashier, A. B.'FURNISHAsst. CAdh; his family. her life, aud cured her of Consumpwaa as a triumphant enemy of TamDIRECTORS, Fritz KrucKer, J. T, Adams, Jonas'McKeuzie, Mr. 1 Poteete, of Pine Hill, was tion. ' After taking, she slept all Idv'erthing ra(cs made known on many that he emerged lrom the Geo. Livesay, Rod Perry, Vincent. Boreing, A.,T. Fish. here Wednesday. nifrht.' Further use entirely cured application , State to the national arena, and Careful atU We solicit accounts of firms and individuals. Hayes made a bufiness trip her." This marvellous medicine is J. R. with His love for strenuous life tjbu is given collections entrusted to us. , .. ., ,w M A . ?our friends and patrons ar invited to call when Tu toVh. guaranteed to cure all Throat, Chest Tomorrow is the day, when the .reaped honois in bewildering suc- - to Lancaster, Sunday. Robert Cook, of "Scaffold Cane, and Lung Diseases. Only $oc and democrals will meet for the pur-- 1 cession from the fields hunted over Trial bottles free at hi $1.00 pose of selecting candidates for the iu vain by the old and crafty poli- was here Wednesday. county offices. selection of ticians long in the chase. has taken its de- Druggists drug store. Scarlet lever In the such candidates, let it be done, Roosevelt comes of old Holland parture from our midst. purely from a standpoint of good stock being born in New York City, Born, to the wife of W. and of the best interest of the coun- Oct. 27, 1857, with generations be- Monday, a ten pouud girl. Capital Sfock, ll'OOjOOO. Surplus, $180,40.76 ty; nominate honest, sober, clean, fore him of Knickerbocker blood. Te-iHamm, of Brodhead, was men; men, whom the peo- His mother, however, was a with our merchants Wednesday. ple will not be afraid to trust nud of Archibald Bullock, the " I have used your Hair Vigor H. vS. Brannaman sold nine J W. Hayclen, W, P. Walton, J. II. Collier, M. D. Elmore-'men who will at all times use their first President of Georgia, iu the for five years and am grcaily Garrard, for mules to Fox, of with It. It certainly repleased Baughman, W. A. Tribble, 0. Hied, T. P. Hill, S. office for the betterment of the American Revolution. He grad stores the original color to cray county. To have a good county as uated from Harvard in 1880, travel- $540.00. M. J. Miller and S. T. Harris, Mrs. hair. It keeps my hairsoft." The iufant child of Riley DurHelen Kilkenny, New Portland, Mc. well as u good state or nation, ed in Europe, and in the year after We solicit the accounts of the citizens of Rockcastle and adjoining ham, died Tuesday aud was buried there must be good men at the gave up the study of law to enter counties assuring them prompt. and careful attention to nil busiAyer's Hair Vigor has helm, and the success of our coun-t- y politics. He was elected by the same day. ness intrusted to us. Personal application and correspondcolor to been restoring Mrs. M. Meadows and children, as well as every other, depends Republicans to the Assembly m the ence, with a view to busiuess relations, invited. gray hair for fifty years, solely upon its officers. Bad officers, Twenty-firs- t New York City Dis were visiting at Gap and Berea, the JNO. J. McROBERTS, Cashier. and it never fails to do'! J S. HOCKER, Pres., good officers, trict, and twice was bad government, first of the week. A. A. McKINNEY, Ass't Cashier. this work, either. good government. Fie soon became a leader in his W. T. French and T. G. ReyYou can rely upon it party in the Legislature, and when nolds, started out on au assessing for stopping your hair jERKMrAH Morrow W11.S0N, a that body became Republican, in tour, Wednesday. from falling, for keeping great lawyer of Washington, D. C, 1884, became Chairman. He was Tom Robiuson, of Richmond, your scalp clean, and for died suddenly Tuesday, in his champion of the first State Civil was in town Wednesday talking making your hair grow. apartment, of acute indigestion. Service laws, and was chairman of groceries, to our merchants. $1.00 a bottle. All drutglsts. He was Rear Admiral Schley's a committee that investigated abus' r bread-trai- n passed y your tlrmrcint cnniiot supply you, If The L. & N. cljief counsel in the Sampson-Schlesend us ono tlolKjr nml wo will express county officials in New York es of you n bottle, llosuronml l'Io tlio nanio through the first of the week, and controversy, and had been in cont ot your nearest express olllco. Address, City," secured acts abolishingi the ti left some happy heaits in our little J. C AYi:K CO., Lowell, JIass. sultation with his associate counsel fee system in county offices and one tasssaaaaniSKi village. His early life was au hour before. depriving Aldermen of veto power spent in Indiana on the Judicial A good many of our Suuday over the. Mayor's appointments. bench, and in Congress, and after School contemplate attending the After his retirement from the retiring from politics, remained in Convention) to be in session Legislature Roosevelt Spent some S. S. Washington to practice law, where Vernon Sept. 28. time in North Dakota on a ranch at Mt. .SPLIT SPOKES Kept in Stock. Orders by Mail, 'Telegraph or Telephone,. be built up a large and lucrative ORLANDO" and developed into the enthusiastic ' Forest Hickory 1 lA on,,hcart iM V Promptly filled. practice, and was iu the front rank sportsman he has since remained. deep, 28 in. lougall jyhite, al'thc'tjar in the Capitol city. 40perM. Fe made an unsuccessful race for t Proctor has a very sick boy. . w Jas. j. Forest Hickory a ou , heart,. i'7 Thk Senatorial ght is on. At Mayor of New York iu 1886 against Mrs. Lewis Reams is on the sick deep. 2? in. long, 'all Red, Maysville Monday, the four demo- Abram S. Hewitt, Democrat, who list. $4,per M. GO TO- cratic candidates, started the ball was elected, aud Henry George. Sap Owensjs in the bulchering Forest Hickory 2 on heart, 1 for the United States Senate. In 1889 he was appointed a Civil ' deep. 23 in. long, Keel or business! Service Commissioner by President "Vyiieeler may speak of Gov. $8 per M. White, S. S. Ball was with homefolks record, and accuse him of Harrison and in 1895 resigned to 2lA on heart, 23 .Forest Hickory ; not being loyal to Blackburn; become President of New York Sunday in. long, Red or White KY. and Red, , $12 per M. Carter Childress, is very sick Board of Police Commission. He Smith may get the people to pro . . i.f on heart, 3 ..forest lickory- 2 perly uncerstana the real issues stonned Dolice "protection" and with fever. for Everything in deep, 28 in. lone, Red or Sunday There fcrc a few cases of scarlet and Cantrill can plead his twenty enforced the excise and White and Red, j$ 7 per M Dry Goods, Clothing, ,Boots and Shoes, ana General fever in this vicinity. years' service to his State, but in laws. Fe'rest Plickorey 2 on heart, 21 Merchandise he'end, to him the "tried and As Assistant- Secretary of the Geo. Reams was in M t. Vernon deep, 30 in. long, all white true will be given the crown of Navv in April. 1807. Roosevelt de on business, Monday. 2nd growth, straight grain BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES. ' voted all his energy to devising imed, free from all defects, victory: Dt. E. J- - Brown, of Stanford, provements aud stud iug the navy 520 per M was in our town Sunday. ' Leon F. Czolgosz, the assassin When the Spanish War broke out 2X2, second growth that of President McKiuley was found Mrs; Mate Johnson has been is not all white, $10 per M. he quickly resigued aud threw his guilty of murder in the first degree heart into 2nd Growth Hickory Butts, 5 in th. organization of the very sick for several days. and over in diameter, Tuesday, by a jury in the Supreme Tom Ball is over in Estill counRough Riders, whose part in the ic. .per inch and FUNERAL DIRECTOR. - Only Court in .Buffalo.. eight Cuban campaign is well known ty, working on the new railroad. 2nd Growth Hickory Butts, 10, it, Mt. Vernon, Ky. hours and twenty-si- x minutes were As Lieutenant Colonel under Col Ike Dooley and famil, of With12; is, 14. is. 16 in and speut, fiom the time the trial was Leonard S. Wood, now Governor ers, was visitiug in this vicinity, over, in diameter ijc. 1 begun, until the jury returned a General of Cuba, he distinguished TV.; per inch. Sunday. verdict of guilty, and iu the electric himself, particularly at Las Guasi-ma- s DOUBLETREE BILLETS. ' .1 R. L. Porter is in Cincinnati, chair Leon Czolgosz will forfeit aud the capture of .San Juan buying goods for J. C. Chenault; of 2 Yx X 2 3, 46 in. long $30 per M. .( that,' which he so ruthlessly took, Hill. 2 ?4 x 234, 42 in. long 25 " this place. 25 x 3J4. 38 in. leim 20 " ' Af a couventidu' held After the war Roosevelt was in Bir Dr. W, J. Childress, of Liviugs-ton- . 2'A x 3. 18 36 in. long to t 1. ' ruingbaru Tuesday, it was decided uominated for Governor of New was here Tuesday on profesPINE HEARSE Attached. Can, TO be delivered on yards be by" the colored population of Ala York by Republicans, and in 1898 sional business; tween Stanford ane Hazel Patqh, Metalic Caskets and haye .. Ill Ji ' and on the K. C. Railroad to Con- Embalming done on short notice. bama, to, contest the new Constitu beat Augustus Van Wyck, Demo , Joshua Boreing, Sr., of Cove, is t L. L.JARRET.T,,. tion' before the Supreme Court of crat, by 17,786 plurality. He re hauling coal for the Kentucky way. Come and see me, anything I have not got can get for you on first Inspector. , tile united States, and should the formed the administration of the Stone Company. ra in that leave the' city. BRO'D'HFjAD, Ktf, canals, pressed the enactment of cotistitution be approved, it was by wire Promptly Filled, There is quite a demand for coal suggested, by the speakers that the au improved civil service law and from the mines near here. Ready fc'e'groes migrate either to Cuba or applied the merit system in couuty sale is had for all the Big Hilt Minoffices. He iuduced the Legislathe Philippines. A Gallon of PURE I.INS15ED OIL mixed wuii a Ballon or ture to assess railroad franchises to ing Co. can get loaded. in the 'More serious has grown the use streets as' real estate, strike situation in Hopkins county, face of a storm from party leaders' If having reached 'that point where and corporations. ') f authorities thought it"vise to call When the last national campaign tfyon the Govenfor or protection. drew nigh Roosevelt insisted upou Of the many strikes, which have trying for another term as Govwe- a sw m m m makes 2 calloni of tin v:r best Taiiit tffe? ' occurred during the year, none ernor of New York, which he Aas lu tlio vonu haveriseu to a more serious stage, considered sure to get in case" he of Cod Liver Oil is the means than the one at Earlington'and went before the people, and proG&cr DRUG'S of life, and enjoyment of life to Madisonville. tested that he did not want the of yourittlnt Mil. Is ItOEC IifnAnr.c limn thousands: men women and I'PltE WHITE i,EAD mm j a auhoi,uti:ly not ro: ? nomination for that . EOKOU8 UAMMAK I'AWT Is JllaUOOf tllO IIKSTOP r, n 1'AINT MATKHIAI.S such ns nil Rood pnlntoruuso, children. UNK, commissioner Procter, it : was pressed upon him from all sides. and is cround thick, vunv thick. No trouble to . It. is given out. will push his reccom When appetite fails, it re- mix. any boy can doNo It U tho COMMON nr.N8n or 1I0US8 Faint, The party leaders in his own State battes paint can bo mado .)- stores it; When food is a lit AMV cost, and Is niendation for the removal of ; the were opposed .o his Oils, I : "Boss' Sapp, just as soon as he State campaign, having apparently burden, it lifts the burden. When you lose ilesh.it brings 'Ki to Washington. returns Sapp has designs that conuected with' his ItOTTOCBACE.BtlSTKIt, PEEIiOrOniP. . the plumpness of health. nianipulated the old republican V. IIA3I3I AniU.UNT CO., St. I.ouls,3Io. fixed ideas of what the Governor's PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. When work is hard and machine iu Louisville, till it wont policy Sold and guaranteed' by should be. When Roosegrind for a ward meeting without velt went to tue convention at duty is heavy, it makes life THED bright. turning .out a Sapp-y- . slimy can- Philadelphia, however, he found It is the thin edge of the didate, Jf that body so thoroughly organized wedge; the thick end is food. ' HON. CHARLES' J. Bronston to force the nomination upon him But what is the use of food, strikes another one of his wild that he capitulated, Like McKin-ley- , when vou hate it, and can't di! Ken&ncky. he had uo opposition what- o;est it? .'. strains, when he said Marcus your Houses insuiwlf in tho OLD REAureliuVlIauna was to blame for ever iu the convention. Scott's Emulsion of Cod During the campaign he bore Liver Oil is thefood that makes LIABLE New. York ..Underwriters (he nation of Pres. McKiuE;ih, V ISi. the butnt of the canvass, and vied vou forget your' stomach. Agency. ley. Such statements are just about E. nr fr as reasoiteblvu it was to say that with the indefatigable Bryan iu if vrtii hnutf Ur. frlnri If. x sonrl ...Til CS?:Take the Signal and get all VT .! JJrrui' luoww "''' the news, nil the time, from ali "u,l-ouJacic Chinu or Sau(ord's' friend's racing over the country and mak Call at Signal1 Office, . SCOTT & BOWNE, Chomlsts, 1 00 Ponrl Street. lug5 speeches at as many points killed Guy. Goebel. ' Now York. over county nnd State, SOo, nncl Sl.OO jail druggists. Signal ' OFMT, m MT. VeRNON, K'Y.. ? -", !.- -- i -- Vick-PkAS- , -- First National K Bank. ,' OF STZ&lWOIp,, KY.0 DIRECTORS: up-rig- ht . DANNIE OWENS UNDERTA KER . WANTE D.! -" Caskets, Cofliris, Robes Etc,' "'' BRO'DHEAD, KENTUCKY- . -- 's. JONA CKENZ8E - MT. VERNON, . - 1 - WILLI Practical Undertkei; GRIFFIN .'" .- gL . QWfr fWWn .'"-'- ORDERS THE PEOPLE'S: - DRUGSTORE & rtrt '& . . n nM8i : . PATENT MEDICINES, "SKO. Vice-Preside- nt - rertumes, stationery; Cigars, Tobacco, Paints, mf&ymfc TOILET ARfiCtES, '' ,:.V ,. WESLEY, MYernon, as.-Mss- i mim F IRE INSURANCE AGENT. Mt Vernon, Ky. HAVE S. ALBRIGHT, utx u- laururiu.' --- -- - u, " " . -5 t listnt- - . I MAjyrJLttiWMi ' .4J JfedfiPfe.. - ' Mt. , j M I t A. Pennington is beautifying his GitfSENG, Our watchmaker, ed w O home in the .western part of town, S. C. , Franklin, who began W. F. McClary was iu Stanford with a' nice coat of paint. the study of the culture of Ginseug KENTUCKY Mt. yuRNON. Ky Sept. ao, 1901. a year or two ago, after gathering yesterday. R. H. Uvesav'.s child, which today. COME tomor-H. H. Wood, of Wildie, was here w&s hurried at the Presbyterian all' the information necessary from row. COME any time.Wi yesterday. church, was taken up yesterday the principal growers throughout But In .our own iii-(( E. B. Cox is again able to be on nnd moved to the cemetery. A the country, has set about 3500 terct, be sure to com- -. plants,' that lire growing nicely. DON'T BU.Y FROM U S 'until, number of other's will be moved. the streets. . He uces artificial shade made of you've looked around, if you pre-.. llnilinuiii. 1 UiaiimriBti r. ww( wfc u i.MniikiL ri. 11. L. C. Smith was up from Living. To cutftt avcoiJd in one day. laths dense shade being one of the ier 11 tarn way, oui in any eveni ston yesterday. 9 V TIME TABLE. US before you Take Laxative Bromo Quinine principal features iu its culture. don't fail to... see .. . .. ' . ..; Corrected Each Week By. F. L. Thompson is taking in the Tablets. All druggists refund the He has al6 sold this season, sev- u $4 northA... II.O5 a '" interstate Fair. C. H. FRITH. ; w . money if it fails to cure. E. W eral thousand plants to beginners We will savcYou Tifac '66 north'..'. ". Arbuckles Coffee, a in 1:31 n i2cT.J. Peunington is clerking for Grove's signature is on each box, in the business,- - some being "ship Can goods, 8 V$c 2 lb Rolled Oats,; p3 south 1:57 P w '' , Lion Coffee. Sc Jonas McKinzie: ped a"s fa wes't'ds Missouri; While r 65 South 1:45 a ,u XXXX Coffee, he is now cultivating' in;' a dmall Dr. and Mrs. B. J. Bethunim are Bukned. The residence, of VADRUM Agent. CLOTHING, SHOES, Good Green Coffee, 10c to iu Louisville . 'Squire James Gatliff, who is now way, for want of room, lie expects Wr Flour N. S. per bbl, HATS, DRY GpODS, Enured at tli Mt. Vera Kjr., Capt. Herndoh, of Lancaster, expected to die at any time, vas to transplant a great deal next . $4.od AND NOTIONS.1 Fiour Mt. Belle, matter v"ae here Wednesday. destroyed by fire Wednesday. But spring, nnd will issue a book upon Family, ',Ss;.o6 Four Plain Mrs. R. A. Welsh aud children few of the household goods were Ginseng Culture, that will be sold We Dn Tod Granulated Sugar, 16 los u MASONIC " 51.00 at a reasonable price. We wish ;t Aihland Lodge No, niceiB 2nd Satur-iky- , are in Louisville, visiting relatives. saved. Light Brown Sugar, 17j5.IbsS1.0V ' JXm SnlHTih Vn7i h Rl,n ' 10 Am. this enterprise success. Address, ,P. Q. Griffin, of .Quail, was in Foundation m D. S. Purdom, with enclosed stamp, The Mt. Ver- JJy ZJoIIIIIa lull fJL L.llui Syrups per gallon, 30c VKUNON It A. CIIAlTKlt, Xo. yesterday and left his subscription ((7 Cakes of D. Booue Soap, our enterprising barber, has the IOC. every FOUUTII MONDAY for the Signal. non Ginseng Garden, Mt. Vernon, BDEEom. t a 11,4.1. 1 8c foundation, for the new addition to gallon' Coal Oil best per Ky. Ed Reppert, of Chicago, visited his home, built and will rush the St' 'Calico bestGrades, , his father, Prof. J. S. Reppert at BETTER GOODS ftg CHURCHES. Thought him a panther. building throug to an early comChristian Isolds services lnt & 3r Stindnj Ravemvood this week. AT LOWER PRICES m m ILL PAY HIGHEST price Pete Percifield shot and perhaps ttllo.ni. and at 6:30 p. 111. . FOR COUNTRY .PRON THAN YOU CAN J. W. Riddle and his sister, Miss pletion. ffcA'l fatally wounded George Childress, .,...,,-- . Presbyterian Holds services oh 'the 2nd. Emma are visiting relatives at DUCE. Convicted. Joe Vickery was last Saturday morning, thinking uni JiL,siivnniii. and 4th dundar, morning mid (veiling. Nicholasville this week. convicted at Williamsburg, last Baptist Church Services on the Second that he was a panther or some other Mrs. S. C. Franklin visited woek, for destroying switch lights Saturday, night niid 'Sunday. Suudny kind of a wild animal.. On one or 3chooliat'0 ji in every Sunday. Prayer friends aud relatives at Berea and! on the railroad. Boy's, if you don't two occasions before this,'the childvfflc'Unj on Tuesday nights. uenr Wildie this week. want to get iu trouble, be careful ren of Mr. Percifield had been ra .? v i ' ( vv. x. ivierimec, dispatcher at what you do. frightined by a wltl beast, their PERSONALS 5U Livingston, and his bright and "I The L. & N. will sell tickets to description of which led the father , 0 l handsome little soiij Frank, wer2 Minneapolis, Minn., October 7 to to believe itwas a nanther, and on TS.fMiller'isliere from Garrard nl Stanford Monday. 12 inclusive limited 'ujitil Qct. 19th. last Saturdaynornng' he took Jiis 'THE man who says' that, forgets that painting properly do'iid county. ' 4tklj '- is economy and the fact is he can't afford NOT to paint. . Mesdame9Rome Adams and J. at one fate for the round trip, on gun, and went nthe same direction, .Mrs. .George Proctor is very IOW HOW often you require to paint is largely dependent upon A. Mudd went to Stanford Monday account of the Na'tionol Missionary the children "haHl received their ' wiThVever. the paint you iise. to attend of the child of Convention of the Christion 1sca,re, aud apprqjdiing a large Mrs. Georgia Coyie went to Mr. and Mrs. Elmore. rock, near the bank oraie creek he t Church. Louisville Monday. saw the Bulk of sqniethnie. fliicli Miss Helen Smith, after a pleas Elected Officers. TJie Ma- he at one thought was the deadly out last others. They are the most economical paints you can'dse, Holbert McClure. of Paris, is ant visit of several , . v.. .it r weeks, to Miss sonic Chapter, met and elected the mousier-an- . j witnoui. iuruier invesbecause-thecover most and wear longest. Add to this their good visiting homefolks this week, Bessie Miller, returned to her home following officers Monday night: tigation 'fired, the first shot severappearance, and you have perfect paints THE SHERMAN-WILLIAM- S 'Judge P. D, olyer is looking near Versailes Monday." PAINTS. James Landrum, H. P., Willis ing the thumb fronnChildress rigfit alter his atore at ton this ;eek. Circuit Clerk, J. F. Griffin went Griffin, K., Dr. J. M. Williams, S., hand, who was stationed on the They are made for many different kinds of painting. Whatrock fishing, aud the second shot ever it is you want1 to paint a house, or anything in or out of the .Jonas McKenzte went to Louis- - to Frankfort Wednesday night, as Jrmes Maret, Sec, and Forest Tur-pi- took effect in the breast: Both house we make the right psnit for that particular purpose not on vine ucsday to buy new goods. a witness in the damage suit against Sentinel. good friends and no one irien were slap-dasmixture for all. J8STSOLD BY ., ,Mrs:.S. C. Davis is visitiug her. T. D. and W. G. Mullins. could regret the misfprtune. and Have you bought your nev G. H. FRITH. mure man ma jrerciueiai. Mrs. Jake Samhrook passed son, w., T. Davis, at Livingston. -- wr -- l garments yet? If not, be sure to ,nusiane BRODHEAD. KY. A ' ' . through Saturday to her home in irt'OMiss CarricLair was one of the J . H. Dunn and Dr. John W. see the great tailoring line displayed Livingston, from Louisville, where Williams, electiou commissioners, welcome visitors to our town Mon-aay- .' -she had been to atteud the burial of by Cox Bros, representing Strauss THEBros., of Chicago, you can .select with Henry Catron as umpire, met her sister. and selected the following election AMERICAN l&Mr. and Mrs. J: T. Gentry came Mrs. G. D. Powell, of Lancastei, auy sort of goods? that you fancy night to visit home who has been with her sister, Mrs. and you will find prices remarkahly officers, for the November election . Wednesday ' .' (Incorporated.) folks. ' W. T. Short,-- ' during 'her recent low. They guarautee'a perfect fit 1901: CAPITAL STOCK $25,000 00s Mt. Vernon, Dist. No 1. J. L. plr;,Joliu Miller, of Lancaster, illness, returned to her home Wed- aud live up to it. 125,000 00' Joplin, D. Willis Griffin, R. jSEFIVE SURPLUS came out Tuesday to see his brother nesday night. , v PAID COUPON HOLDERS 200,000 -- The fifth annual judges, Robert Cox, D. clerk, and--' :..r:GU!T Association. KjB, t Rev. A. E. Ewerd preached two association of the Buffalo United B. S. Duvault R. sheriff. Address all coiresponder.ee to jMr James Houk Sr., is visiting very interesting sermons at the Baptist, was held at'Skaggs Creek ; Rolindstone, No. 2. W. PI, Jones, his daughter, Mrs. Joe Purcell, near Presbyteriau church Sunday., and church last Friday, Saturday and D. and W. M. Hayes, R. judges LEXINGTON, KY. ';' Brodhead. will preach at the Christian church Sunday. Rev. F. L. Warren was Bogie Phillips, 11. clerk, and T. GOOD TERMS TO FIRST CLASS AGENTS. ' Misses Mary and Madge Hackley, on the second Sunday iu nsxtt elected moderator, Rev. H. T. Wil- J. Hayes, D. sheriff. ofLuicoln, are visiting their Uncle month. liams, assistant lnoderator, Logan Scaffold Cane, No. 3. W. M. JanieVMaret..,, . , Misses Auua aud Jessie Goodall, Rentier, secretary and J. B. Live-sa1). and Dock Pennington, R. rMrs. J, W. Nesbitt, of Peuuing- - of Nashville, left Monday for Stanassistant secretary. judges, Joe Bullen, sheriff, and FORGap, Va., is visitiug friends ford, after two months pleasant tons Judge R. G. Williams is in Cris Wood R. clerk. Groceries, Dry Goods visit to relatives here. Mt. Veruon Frankfort this week and relatives here. IrinHc Crooked Creek, No. 4. Albert AT T lilUUb Ui Staple and Fancy representing and Notions, Boots and fShoes, and all Ed Woodall was here between never had visitors, who made T. D. and W. G. Mullins, iu a Allan, D. and Solly Griffin, R. goofls found in a general store trains Sunday, Jfctter men than friends faster, nor left, more lasting damage suit for malicious prosecu- judges, R. M. Johnson, R. clerk, JUST by the Depot WIT VERNON, KY. ones behind. Ed, are hard to find. tion brought by W. J. Ross, of and Isaac McCracken, D. sheriff. Livingston, No. 5. W.M.Owens., Lexington, through his Attorneys Dr. and Mrs. A. G- - Lovcll went LOCAL D. aud W. R. Dillion, R. judges, to take Hon. C. C. Calhoun and Hon. to, Louisville Wednesday, "& James Andrew Scott, of Frankfort. John Magee, D. clerk, and Jake iu the G. S Griffin has begun the Satnbrook, R. sheriff. Will King, of Peoples Laurel foundation for his new house, in Ross claimes $10,000 damages. Walnut Grove, No. 6. John Hib-barcounty, visited his uncle, A. Pen- the western part of town, near the Circuit Court. Circuit Court D. Bud Smith, R. judges, railroad niugtou first of the week. ft adjourned yesterday, 'the number of Albeit Teague. 'D. clerk and W. A. To the pen. Hiram Fauagan, cases tried being1 fewer than ever t,Mrs. J. S Cooper and mother', who shot into the passenger train before. A few misdemeanors, some McKinuey, RV sheriff. Mrs. Redd, spent a few days with Brown's, No. 7.. W: H. Browti, at Pine Hill, some time aK0, was friends here the first of the week. given 2 years in the pen Friday. civil suits aud railroad case or two D. John Thompson, R. judges, W. done. rJ. Poynter and Emmet Bur-- , Sheriff Henry Catrou aud Deputy covers the workTuesday, The grand G. Nicely, R. clerk, and David returning Gentry, D. sheriff. ton, of Dallas, Pulaski county, were, Jim Wood took him to Frankfort jury adjourned t a fairly good number of indictlooking after stock. last night. here Tuesday, Brodhead No. 8. A. J. Pike, D. ments. and JohnSigman, R.' judges, Granville nC. A. Chaudlier, of Pittsburg, oldGold and Silver. Iasbuy all gold silver, such watch Owens, D. clerk, A. H. Evans, R. Nolin Milling Co., MILLINERY. representing the cases and the like. Old aold made sheriff. was, with our merchants this week. into rings. place for Fair Dealing and BE.""'-!1"S. C. Franklin. I have just returned from the : ... tDrsV Will Brown, of Parksville, i ...l.'.i. i i,.. iVUVJUIg UIl UilUU IVUUb JHl WUI1L Bring your watches, spec- city with a full line of niilliuery $" i Stanford, were tacles to be repaired, clocks, and E. J. Brown, of rings to be goods Agents for Horse Shoe b.fand fertilizers, fv Yyiyzrtsr that P will open on Saturday. busi- cut & soldered, &c. &c. &c. here Monday on professional When implements, shingles,, coal, , hay and ,3 la on every you' come to Court see S C. Frank Oct 5h. I am goiug to sell Ladies sf olfrnature Bromo-Quinin- e box of tbo cenulu ness. corn. Anything you want, oome ti) our and Misses hats cheaper than they tbo remedy that cures n f Vjames Maret will leavp Monday lin at Wesley's drugstore. cold t 0110 ilny Big supply house and be convinced. . jCSTWanted.- - To buy 150 bush were ever sold iu Mt. Vernon be- for Owensborb, to attend a meeting .Stood Death Ope. of the Kentucky Telephone Associ-utio- els ot dried apples, will pav 2 51 to fore. Call and examine my stock! cts. per pound. Must be clear and get prices before purchasing E, B Muuday, a lawyer of Hen- W ot any cores. elsewhere. Every body invited to rietta, Tex once fooled a grave-"M- y land family, of sep W. H. Brown Houk & Adams. digger. He siys: 27 brother. my opening. Respectfully, Walnut Grove, visited the family was very lp w with malarial fever Mrs; Ella Bakrr. Saturday and STOPS' THE COUGH AND WORKS orf A. Pennington, aud jaundice. I persuaded him to ' OPE THE COLD. Shelves are groaning under the loads of goods. T uy iici:itiu uuiuia, unu lie waa Sunday. e Tablets Laxative soon much better, but continued - to suit the general trade. ' iUnlw .'. ' Mr. aud Mrs. , W, .A. Landrum, ..r.n .....SI I. ...... ...1.n11.. ...Hn,1 cure a cold in one day. jso cure To every Lady, Miss and child, 1111:11 itac uiuii 11c wiin wjiuuy ciucu G2 of ;ill grades, hats and caps. clothingVioyor-- ; of Fall River, Kaus., who have been no pay. Price I am sure Electric Bitters saved 25 cents. J in Rockcastle county, sve extend a his life." This remedy ( mhpIs inn- sXiirts, collars and ties, and a general-- ' East Bernstadt visiting relatives at One of thej oldest und most hon most cordial invitation t(S come on iarjai kills disease germs and home line of men's furnishings. stopped here on, their return ored citizens of our county, is un OCTOBER 6TH., fies the blood; aids digestion, cures to see their cousin, J. A. Landrutn. cle F. L, Warren, of near Rock constipation, regulates liver, kid- V MissHattie Xaudrum accompanied spring schoolhouse, who was 751 and attend oyr grand opening of s a,u "ow.e,s cures o"ipa New Fall and Wihter Hats and 'them, " years old last Monday. Mr. War m, vrfirti. tion, dyspepsia, neivous diseases, Wraps. uA.ni-Vi4;1'Mr. W. P. Walton, the brilliant ren was married Sept. 9, 1852, to first-clas- s; ltionv th&t dav,"tb latest, mdsl kidney troubles, lemalecomplaims; of' the Harrodsburg Demo- Miss Jane Keeny, who is now 70 beautiful; stybinVaiid cotnplete line g'ves perfect health. Only 5ocmt editor years old Both are in good ' . all Druirsrists drue store. :.. Mtfv JIm i.KAt crat, who ia rapidly making that health, and get around with as Pril.tnmitillttrvhnAvjituUaA pap'er as.'famous as he did the Iu- - much activity as a person no more n QaaIUyat prices unequaled. Our terjor Jouroali has recentlv Pur' than 50. To hem wre bo & I j m f - childieu of look, buy and be satisfied that we'' six are living; , chased a inindsome home in Lefof ladies Misse:5 J k For Infants and Children. b grandqhildreu; had "i p Collarettes, mean what wo say and you will aud will move his family have d and Jngton, . , grandc luldren, anc has hjs The Kind You Have Always Bought d If "therein November. His paper" ut voted ' e straight democrat 0pportun;tVi contiiluo to come. & Harrodsburg will continue just the volfcS' Bears tho PHONE NO. 25- - 3 R. Mrs. Sai.i.ie Williams. BIgnaturo of I to-du, , ' VerHOll Siflal Waller lirpeu is slightly improv - C. H. FRITH lt 1 DOP ( Run After Jhejrn Low Prices and 4 ahd-Mone- - '' 25. -- 3ig Bargains in i2c $4-4P- i26 1 to-da- , i2c. vj 4 Pojt-oEc- e ! MM ( U0,t-SU:E- - ( ;- , t 1 . - .- WV . zzz, ?Ti ir T 1 'CANT Afford TO Paint " the-burial- , The Sherman- Williams paints . n, 1 h ( " INVESTMENT COMPAQ W y HOME OFFICE, J Liii-vill- e, y, Go To A. BRYANT'S -- tL,L, nf luter-SfaVFai- r. " THE PEOPLE : d, HAVE FOUND I-- Houk.&A DAMSj Mt. Vernon; Ky., ,- -i.. f TO 3v I !. Ware u. Bromo-Quinin- Opening. I T Our Stock of Grocery Supplies Are Complete. "T f3 O as v3 . A.J-vyiv- Y . -- d.t v.'.,i fifty-tNV- five-gre- at ' CASTOR A filiy-thre- same. dL&MzZk COM E Houk Ladies Wear of all Kiiids, OUR govs are OU R motto; "FairDealmg,, Adams. iJ I .'. V ft' ', i AF v . V V ntiTi-i n liUb!UU,Ujumjtn ' - i't-v- ''-i- i - ..,..-.- ,. mv,..,,,,. efJtfjJ'f .t.... mi.nrMiriuMimiw imrmanijvaiM;MkTta,f mtrnuaanM-iwii- , ' i . - a- A X A. ' ton's camp. Hanson undoubtedly was the leader. Although young, County Court. Fourth Mon . W. J. RIDER, Prop'r. he was a man of magnificent physday in each month. ALASKA. ique and marvelous courage. lie Qjjaktekiy Court. Fiist Monwas known as a 'bear fighter" and day in January, April, July and (CONTINUKD FROM LAST WKKK.) October. had killed with his knife (.which I Mrs. Sessions had ahsirted Urn . Circuit Court. Second Mon nii--l uiff in tht nrpn.irnlinil ill fl now have) in hand to hand enFor Infants and Children. at all trains.-- a day in IeUruary, fourth Monday l,mmble uardtobe '.suitable, lor an counters, it was claimed, over 100 m May and ihud Monday in Sep aZ cu be of these formiduble animals. His tk 1 ldoor tik, aud ns Iiear tember. ascertained they pitched their camp hunting fields were along the e ECInd You ,tS. ,W U Ft fiMCW.XW head w saw ft a aftffion the mainland opposite the Mt Vuknon Pouck Court; Chilkat Ri'v.er, its tributaries and ot Sullivan Island, ubout October Third Monday m each month. Bought tH r T. Horion had two guns, a Win- the interiof that portion of the 19 PrepnralionrorAs-similalin- g shot- country bou'rttled by the mountain chester rifle and double barrel L. O. X. M. g HieFooUandRcgula-liiirange bordering on Lynn Canal. gun. llwStomachs andBowcls of x About this time the Indian tribe When the canoe grounded HanTOSEPH COFFEY, PROPR., 24, known as the Kahk won-ton- s and son, with his Winchester in hand, certain of the Chilkats concluded to MT. VERNON, KY. .Stanford, Ky., in ,, potlatch was the first to Wp ashore. As he have a sort of inter-tribPromotes Digcslion.Checrful-nes- s Tuesday -- (which is Indian for a general coun- did so he exclaimed: '.Specially, equipped for traveling lOrMEETS: Every and Rest.Coulains neillier ist aud 3rd, week, 2:30 p. m. 2nd cil), lasting sometimes a week or make ysur hearts strong!" Kmeu,SaiuplerooniiOU first floor. Opium .Morphine not1 Mineral. ten days, with plenty to eat aud all He was followed b'y seven of the and 4th. week, 7:30 p. in. - Bath roquiSjifJraeito-gucpts- . IVOT 'NARCOTIC . tthe alcoholic drinkables they can Indians, 'Mrs. NAfaNIKC. ALBRIGHT, Martha Han' V ' Lady Com. possibly procure. A brother of Ratks. $2.00 per day. Jim Hanson,' accompanied by his son and Goos remained with the Miss'BESSIE'.M. HOUK, ImtfJtui Srul' wile, and a boy, nephew of the caiioe. Lady Ruc.Kehiv .llxSatita , r one woman and son of The story of the Indians materiof the Indians subsequently arrest- ally differs on mtnor points as to Jifyjtmwtl I JlksIP II biCtaiviuittSoda 1j. ed, embarked in a cvoe for the 11 what occurred immediately' upou F. FRANCISCO, Propr. visiting other Indians purpose of tihtuyrrm nanr. and soliciting supplies for the great coming upon the white people, but No. 21 council feast. These Indians were Jim Hanson.s story, which I believe f.i.s Located at the Depora Apcrfccl rtemedy forConslipa-Tlon- , never heard of again. Undoubted- to be true, was substantially as Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea , J KY MT. VERNON, KY., Worms .Convulsions ,1 cverish-nes- s ly mishap and follows: met Attaehed MEETS every ist. aud 3rd. Mon- thetheir canoe were with ami Loss of Sleep. Good , Livery occupants drowned. A Iter When they arrived in sight of the Meet all Traius, Day aiid Night day in each month, 7:30 p. m. waiting some days an expedition tent TacSiinilo Si'gnnlure of the white man with a gun in Men and Railroad Traveling GEO. S. GRIFFIN, Com. consisting of Jim Hanson, whose his hands was standing near the NEW YORK. ; men Solicited. Will fur- - ARCH FURNISH, Rue. Kkbp. Indian name is Qualth, Kichtoo, entrance and motioned them to lunches for all trains Mark Klanat, Dave Klanat, Juch keep off. The woman was not in wi Klane, Jim Williams, John Kesh, sight. As undoubtedly had been ' M. L.! M Una hootch, Goos, prearranged Mark Klanat spoke to and Martha Hanson, wife the white man for the purpose of EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. Mt. Vernon, Kv. moof Jim Hanson, all relatives and attracting his attention. The MONUMENTAL WORKS, OFFICE At the Rice property. friends of the missing Indians, after ment he looked toward him Han.Brodbcad, Ky, a council of the tribe, outfitted a son, quick os a flnsh and with unerPhonb No. 3S. and Marble Monuments was cance and went in search of ring aim, shot him through the aud Tombstones. their lost relatives. The first night heart and he fell without a moan. P. A. Pennington, D. D. S.; M. D -S4ALL WORK FIRST-CLASthey camped at Taku Glacier; .the At this moment Mrs. Horton ran ATISFACTION GIVEN.- DENTST, second day out they lauded on Sul- from the rear of the tent screaming I. to livan Islaud, opposite the camp of and calling to her husband, who lay N W Cor. Third and Chestnut Sts. At frequent intervals dur-in- g miles some twenty feet away. Kichtoo the Hortons, about thirty-fiv- e ,, .LOUISVILLE. KY. 1901, round trip below Skaguay on Lynn Canal, fired two shots at her, both taking ;kkets vvill be sold via the Will be at Miller House. Mt made a camp, cooked and ate their effect, one through the face, the eruon during all Circuit Courts. dinner and then sent out certain of other in the upper part of her body, jDoftgn Kelt Route, their members to search for traces ' She fell and as Kesh, the' Indian yrpjfxpm Cairo and T I" "". . to s MkiWemDhis to Doint3 of their friends' They had agreed boy, testified, "squealed." The . if anything was discovered a ! Indians gathered around her and Jn'Arkansas, Louis- that Attorney-at-La- w gun should be fired, which would 'Jim Williams, who claimed at the ha, Texas, , and MT. VERNON. KY. be the signal for a hurried assembly trial that Hanson pointed his gun Indian and Okla hand-tw- o Territories,. JSSTOFFICE on Church St., Op- at the camp. Some two hours later at him and at the same time reduced shots were beared and immedi- - iug him a knife, said: "You are posite Court House. Qua-'th- e ately afterward Kichtoo aud ii rates. Raven's son," took the knife . u appeared at the camp with a from Hanson's hand and cut the Tell us iwhere .you want to so: l9 i'ihitx you woulJ like O, leave, $nd wa L. lj ! will (ell you vrtien you can secure on R. small piece of the canoe in which woman's throat, almost severing ATTORNEY-AT-LA; of the tickets inn wn it wiu their friends had embarked. It was her head from her body. I am : ost. We will also send you i complete Mt. Vernon, - - Keftucky by Unahootch, who. isfied that this statement of (or the ttlp and an Interesting schedule ,8 BEST LINE . J6QT0FFICE Up stairs in old 'Ni : little book. "A Trip to Texas." to have himself painted the Hams was false. The testimony brick hotel opposite Court house. canoe. This.fragment was found ' developed beyond question that it I. F.R.VMTT, I.r.Jl.CIkteijU, ,Oblx TO- Special attention giveti to colon the sands of the mainland, where had been agreed that if anyone . e. w. uBatHE. a p. j i. a, a wj, Ma. lections. . it had drifted ashore, as it afterward should ever tell of this murder and KC,ma turned out, some hundred aud fifty ;t got to tjic wi,ite people they C. C. yards from the tent of the Hortons. would M combinc and sweor lliat Attorncy-at-La. These Indians reported that they', he alone was the guilty and respon- had gone up to Ilorton's camp and MT VEHKON, ICY OarOFFICE.- - On 2i:d. floor of made inquiries regarding their miss- - Sl0'e PartVAfter the murder the Indians put Information cheerfully fur- The Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Church ing friends; that there was a white the two bodies in blankets, carried For Nearest Corxect Guesses on the Total Vot'c Of Ohio Ofl NovambeMf nished' on application at CityTicket street. Special attention given man and woman there, and that 1901, will be distributed to patrons of the Weekly Enquirer, dd follows'' $e,'6od Office "BIG FOUR," No. 213 to collections. when they asked the man if he had them down nerr high water mark, For Noaroat Oorroct Guoss v Fourth Avenuk, or write to seen a canoe in that vicinity he dug a hole in the sand among the For Seoond Nearest Correct Gucgs . ....k..i..llllli,.4,ltlW.i " " " ;;; . " Third i i .... II Fourth " . . . . t t , . ; . i . . . . i ; . . : '. . lk600 " " ' hiinc his head and looked scared boulders, placed the bodies therein, 1)000 G. W. Mcci.ure. J. W. Brown. II Fifth ' " " S. J. GATES, . .. i;: . . ; I . ; . '. '. ; 1 500 and finally admitted that he had covered them over with the tent, II ' :;..... 400 i . . . .;i ;.;.:; General Agent, McCLURE & BROWN weighting it down with stone?, and - m II SOO seen a canoe with an Indian man . .11. Hoventn II II Next Louisviii.K, Ky. 3,000 20 eaoh 5100 amouutinffto, .; iivi.. . . and woman and little boy passing over all they piled branches from l " ' . ' .. v. 100 " 50 6.00O l " " 200 " along the channel some hundred trees. Previous to doing this, they . a.ooo 25 Mr. Vernon, Ky. f' fl " 1,000 10,00010 e r yards from the shore a few days took from the body of Horton a it it (I II 3.060 " S 15.30O All business entrusted to our care watch and some $75 in money $Qdi6ob previous . A total of 4,387 prizes, amounting to. .v. v. attention. will receive prompt The finding of this piece of canoe 'One hundred and twenty dollars in in cafie of tie guesses prize equally divided. Office room No. S in the old Brick Contest closes November $ 1901. near the white man's camp and his gold was found on the body when Hotel. From Mrs. The Total Vote of Ohio in manner when being interrogated afterward exhumed. 795,631 1896 wao... ::.v.:.: lOabiOT Horton they took several rings, 1891 Vf.aB. ;.;;. were proof positive to the Indians ;; ....;-.;..." X897 6.4,02 861,625 v.v.v.1. people' among others her wedding ring, 1892 " :..;...-....- . that in some way these white 1898 ,,' '.v.y.v,::''. ,703,100; 835,604 1893 " 776,819 were responsible for the loss of the , This property was divided among 1894 " v. i!,m5,iii 1906 ..; 846,096 1895 three missing people. They held a the Iudians, Hanson took the rifle Guess what it will be in xt)6i, couucil and decided that the white aud the money was divided among mau and woman must die. Im- the other Indians. The watch and ytt A full aud complete stock. All I.J. mediately they embarked and pad- rings, including Mrs. Horton's An additional prize of $6,000 for any pcrsoajmaJfing a.n exactly 'co'rrect Motto: dled across the channel, lauding wedding ring, was found by the guess. If there be more than one exactly correct guess, 'the $6,000 to Be orders filled promptly. . . some. quarter 6Ya mile from Hor- - Deputy Marshal in Kichtoo's cabin. equally divided among them. j. ;m Best goods and lowest prices. Tho Oonditiofis are: 81.'00 for a yoor'3 subSCTipUba to "tho Woftktf IC ? Enquirer entitlea suoh su"bsonbor to ono (jrueqs. M,TH,TMMMt jnrtMi 0 ( tM! M r iT0 810.00 for ten yearly nub3oriptiOna Beouieperi eruo3oes. & A. , 810.00 for one subscription ten yeara cdctiroa ten ffuoaao3. & Mullins,) (Successors to :$Io commissions or e'xtra guesses. For further particulars oee Wtekjjf Kentucky. Livingston, Enquirer. Send all orders to ENQUIRE.R COMPANY, Cincinnati, D, Miller House, COURT CALENDAR. ATTORNEY ROBERT FRIEDRICH'S EXPERIENCE IN ..Headquarters for Commercial Men. er ,t-Port- mammm i I it I . The Veranda lfj' -- Hotel. askff R?t $' Have Always Mt Vernon Hive, No Bears the Signature al Am "Kahk-won-ton- s, Una-hootc- li, Hotel Frith Bodhead, Una-hootch- K.O.TVM.. M JlltVerppTcpl, jF In Use For Over Thirty Years & jSowdcr (: Franeipcb te Y E R S, Qua-ni-is- h, Day-kan-te- DENTIST, -- S, 6wRatC(s Texas. "Big Four'J BUFFALO ROUTE -- R.G. Williams, exposition 1901. ni-is- . BROWN lo-- ( Wil-claim- m w Indianapolis, Peoria and Chicago. V, Xt 'II k Williams, I w, . - B50,00 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 k 1 k , 1 1 1 1 v 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Ht-M- i 1 1 1 1 1 Attorne y s-at-J- La w, . 1 1 - . ! .. Furniture and Undertaking. . New Fast Traiia , . COLORADO PACIFIC COASjX UTAH tBS I J. Mullins Illmila-iifthi- Son. , 3 K r hs A , w. w IT f . , In effect Sunday, Mayilgtlu The new train will leave St. Louis jj.oo a. in. daily the evening train to same points, 10. 19 p. in. daily Through sleeping car service between St. Louis, San Francisco and Northwestern points. 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