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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t fft 1UfltiI r I0111IIy- f1 y iYOLItME XV MTVERONROOKOASTLEOOUNTYKYFaIDAYoQTOBER2319o1 UMBER5 yl I It TLL MY FRIENDS TOO BRAVE AKD FF RLESS AND LOYAL TO THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE OJ Mr Bill Mulims BRODHEAD o was in our town F Sundayj J Mr J H Dunn is in Danville this week iF Francisco was in Louisville- last week j Vev A J Pike returned home Saturday Prof Dickerson of Livingston 1was in town Saturday j L Mr R W Pike of Louisville is I visiting relatives at this place Mr Jesse Baker of Louisville was in town Saturday and Sunday A large crowd attended the de bate at ML Vernon Satuiday night Mr E J Ham loft for Atlanta Ga and other southern pohts Monday Mr Ben McRoberts of Indiana has been here for several days visit iing relatives vRev ThomasStinnett was called as pastor of the Methodist church II for the owing year I Miss Bertina Mullius and Miss pickers Ii pf Livingston were the eguests of Miss Bettie Wilfnott Sunday r Mr Eugene Mullins of Mt Vet IJnon enjoyed the smiles of his best Miss Ethel arker of this place W A Tyree sold a yearling IJ colt pen Joe Wheeler to Mr Tom McRoberts f Indiana for 8000 A series of meetings will begin at the Christian church Sunday night to be conducted by Rev Livingstonq1 V ti r A CqnundrumrVhy dQgirls L kiss each other and men do not The answer to this will wappeaf Lin the next issue r Miss Polly Traylor one of Lin coin countys prettiest girls paid Miss Helen Thurmond a short i visit Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs RL Collier of r Crab Orchard who will come here L about November isth to take charge of the Frith Hotelkwere iere Sunday I t were honored slast Sunday biWe crowd of ypttng boys and gals from Mt Vernpn Come any time boys and girtswe cordially invite you to pay us visits ol ten Mr C H Frith son of T S I Fritli auk MiSs Amy Pike daughter of Rev A J Pike both of this place vere married in New Alba ny Ind Thursday Oct 18 Mr a E J Ham ofthis glace and Miss Katie ABel of Lebanon accomr f pauiedtnem DEAD W G Tharpjof this place aged 73 years How feeble are vords to carry consolatiop to hearts bereaved of beloved father V A tender clinging vine interwoven in sweet memories from the hour he first al1e into our town a gentle spirit of light that flitted in and kea of sunshine ito QnecaSfehlsfioBJBfie vicait chair No one will take his place luyour heartsan you Would not have the Void filled even if you W ldtWillbe a sacred thought in ttoe yeas t todbme to children aifd friends that he shed radiance in his home as long as he lrved It will be a blessed recollection that he grew up to love and tcojc by those who ever so fenSenf- cherish bissveet and pure memory ST1JED INTO LIVE COALS hdachiJd burnedmly foot frightfully writes WH Eads of- Jouesvilie Va which caused borrib iegisdres for SO years but cBucklehs Arnica Salve wholly cured me after ev rjtliingelse iaiJeU Infallible fqr7Burnes Scalds Cuts Sores Bruisesvand Piles Sold by all Druggists 25c rfY iffjfttf g14 Y 1 LEUEL GREEN o i IThe Piossum tide struck us last stfwell up in size and quality and the Rabbit crap was never better upIguns making ready for the sport on one hand and the profit on the other indeed every season bas its charms i delights and profits but none cah beat late fall and winter you may talk ov Spring with its thawing ice melting show budding trees and flowers springing grass c or summer with its long Ifot gaze new moon and aromatic breze Sor Autumn with all its joys and its so forths but they dwindle into insignificance arid git behind the door when winter heartcheer ing life invigorating winter comes to the front loaded with thousands of natures richest gifts and soul enchanting delights which J will neither attempt l to name nor describe for Experience and Obser vation the twin brothers of Educa tion would teach even a wayfaring- son of the baclt woods or mountains tho he be eyer so illiterate that Winter surpasses thein all Now having gained my point it this Ill pro e dtospeak pv something else for j must not dwelltoa long on onesubiect O A French sold to Woods and CatrgtsOme nice yearling heifers at 12 50 per head French wil- 1tiyOkla again soon to seek a for tuiie Wade Browii sold twb late mule colts at 25 each while J B Cummins received goj and W E DeBord 35 each and tespet1i 1y for theirs Failirig hogs arerscarcef now than ever known before in our holler but a feyteeves will be killed which will Supply the flefi cienc tjfW5 i ft People eat top much hog anyr how ifthey would try a substitute they would soon see thedifference Now to prove this take one good look at the German or Polish Jew and this will be Convincing proof Well sir I sometimes wish Id been born a Jew so that Id be fat but that was a matter over which I had nb control Wonder how Prof Martin and I would look ifwe were clothed in flesh any way Bet our families wouldnt know us The approaching election hasnt awakened much enthusism in this part yet tho things may reach a boiling heat before the jtl of Nov ember An election without en thusiasm gives poor encourage ment toa certain class of patriots foundjm every townshjipMits like pudding without the dip The weather iz so beautiful that it puts inspiration even in theold bones ov tkose who have no muscle Betsy willapply to the County Cpu rt for a patent on hercellow root compound t its next sit ting BUCKVARNbN v r TOT CAUSET NIGHT ALARM t pjtTas tak n J C Snider of Cnttendeu Ky it seemed it would sirangje befdfe we puld get a ddctor sp jve gdie ithKiiigs Ne VBiscovery1 which gaVe quick xeiie arM per manentfyi b urejaiit We alvaY5 k PljijifiJllt hc use to Protect our cliildreu fc5is7ting Cough It cut e me a chronic bronchial trdubie that no other remedy would relieved Inj fallible fort feoughsv 0ods Throat nd IngJ troubles 5oc7and 100 Trial bottles free at all Druggists Dr J1N WtCOq1j esid ni of the State Board of Halthflsat- hatsniallpox y so ii jifevaleut in Kentucky laht 1 efhasbeen stanipeoT cut cpqiplelely and that not a single Case reraaihs r 5S kt MARETBtn iS i jli1 I Mr Luther Jarrett was in our midst Sunday evening Mas HughMnllins visited his sister at Beelick Friday lat i Mr Jnp Hunt was in from May wood Sunday visiting hpmefolksv Mr Samms win spon take possession of his farm near here Bro Fish of Buckeye will hold services at this place Sunday next Mr IA Mullins of Beelick visited relatives Saturday night last Miss Carrie J3untt was the guest of Miss Maggie Mullins Sunday evening l I Miss AJlie Owens and Ettie Pikr were the guest OfM1SS iLizzie Painter Sunday MrJ4m Evans enjoyed supremely the smiles of His prettyboo boorSupday last- MrsRicbarcj V Pie was up from Brodhead Sunday last visiting iviiss Annie OW ns Quite a number of young peopje of Mt Vernon attended churchj here Sunday Mr Jno Winkler vhovhas3beeii4 on the decline for quit tf wliliss- lo1y convalescing Mr Til man jHoukbf Gum Sul phur attended thbiiria14t this place Friday of last jft ek Mrs Lou Purcellr one of our most elegant ladieSj has engaged in Wejwisiff frSil Chestnut affectionately known as Aunt Judie has gone to Tenn where she is visiting her sOl JaQklVlc al1 qf34 MaVIr Walker0wensrvwas again witb home folks Saturdayand Sun day and njoyedniuchhis1 being With his best girl Apples are gathered the wheat is sowed potatoes dug wood hauled bOYS1vieHon last week elucidated ye plainly Christs cure torttquq1e f also delivered us a very clever sermon Sunday MrDoc Qwens and Burt Roberts started Monday morning at 2 oclck for Livingston having their wagons heavily laden with the choicest production of the orchard Mr Charley Cummins passed through bur little city Sunday last on his way to Brodhead and tells us he will in the near future be in his old lattituJe Mr Thomas Capps who has been stationed Maywood for a short while ivith the stonecrew was enjoying the smiles of one of our neighbor girls Sunday las It is reported tqat Mr Joseph Thompson who visited Ohio is now returning toward hiscfirst loeCCOld Kentucky and will spon be again in our p dst News were flashed over the wires Saturday night that Mr Mat Mc kUenwhd far tl epast five years has been in the West but of late in Dakota was dead We have not learued whether his remains will be left there or be jbrpy ht here Tor Ilutermeut Gone tojoih the aiigels the iittle infant of Mr and Mrs Elmer Houk Having ben sick only Jen lays the Al wise Providence kuowingbest saw fit that tiie angel Pf eath should visit the happy home and takefiomthe devotee father and mother lieri loved Nora and safely pilot her iptb the heaven of rest We heartily extend our uiaiiyisxmpathiesi tq thej bereft- iamily we1hear soft xl ay oniy anaugela I1ttle t nge1anJ that for MPtbl Papa and MaInniX1 g torpub ut you will cil tomC JfI iI av5 t iff i ti t li t 7 J Those who attended the teachers meeting at Brodhead last Saturday t report zit well Attended much en teusiani manifested in educational affairs preparation and in very respect a success wejfeel over confident there will have been a V leap in the dark by next issue Just so its a leap Who should care WetIpcG ss the lights are well trimmed and brightly burning You have our wishes and will soon have the laurels mostIprominGriffin L N brakeman may now bVseen smilingand we judg from their very expression that a apIpearance r t BEEjnf0 4 tlickIIS t rttISolifinking and wheat sow iugriorder of the day r Ifr iphn Craig and wife visited SundayI Revw A K Gooch traded farms last week Lincoln is having liar share of candidates of both political colors pock Brown of London is vis iting his brothers Tine and Bryant Brown Pietty Miss Katie Herrin of Brodhead attended church at thist place Sunday Mrs J 3 Cummins of Level Green spent list week with her sister Mrs J C Elder fi Rev Martin Owens Was called to SS iii Hazeldell to assist in a series of meeting at that place y te7 et fMr 7Ed Gopbh spent Sunday in Lexingtbn with his friends Eugene Wilson and Luther Gooch Mrand JIrs Riddle of Mt Vernon attended services here Sunday at the Christian Church Mr and Mrs feeters of Gar rard were pleasant guests of Mr J W Ramsey hud family last week Dock jooch purchased Lee Reynolds farm Mr Reynolds is undecided as to where he will locate iThe members of the Christian church thank Mr John Pollard forgoing to Crab Orchard Saturday for the chandeliers which was ordered for the church James Taylor visited Bud BroWn Saturday night or at leastthat is what Jim tells but many presiime that there are greater attractions hi that family for Jim than Bud rM1Reynolds received full line of fall and win ter goods which they invite the public to call and see before pdrch asing their winter wear The protracted meeting at the 1byis progressing nicely The attendance is good The meeting will continuetill next Sunday night Isaac Herrin of Crab Oorchard Lincoln countys clever democrat candidate for jailor was called home by telephone from this vicinity Friday at the painful news that his son Willie had fallen frpma hickory nut tree and broke his thigh The republicans are having speakings at the school houses never Jtheless grand old Democrats will bear their share of the cam paign on the 5thoiNY p1ber Let every democrat gotp the polls and Stamp under the rooster regardless fanY1Apolitical differences heretofore and my the entire democra- tticketbe o i elected by aa over whelming majority r i Burglars tunneled into the post office t Ghicag and stole 74 61 f AH stamps y t j I l t f THE BANK OF MT VERNON j MT1JNON J KViL OPENED 1900 Li- r u CAPITAL STOCK il 15000 L I3 H MARTIN PRES A R EWERS VICEPRES L RICHARDS CASHIER A B BURNISH ASST CASH rtGeoWe solicit accounts of firms and individuals Careful atten tion is given collections entrusted lo us Our friends and patrons are invited to call when in town r = c First National Bank OF STANFORD KY Capital Stock 5100000 Surplus 1804076 DIRECIORS J3 W Hayden W P Walton J H Collier M D JShnore 4O Ried T P Jill S H Buugkimm W A lribbleA M J Miller aM S T Harris We solicit theaccounts of the citizens of Rockcastle and adjpimqg counties assuring them prompt and careful attention tp all btisi ness intrusted to us Personal application and correspond with a view to business relations invited 1ence Pres J OrT McROBBRTS Cashier A A McKINNEY Asst CashierS BAN NIK OWENS tC UNDERTAKER T f rJ 1rf 1 fetk Coffins Robes J 1 Jt V f Kept in Stock OrdersJy Mail Telegraph or Telephone vVr Promptly filled fc r- BgOOHEAD KENTVCKYf j r WILLIS GRIFFIN I Practical Undfertkrer f and FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Yernon Ky Stock Complete CHAINED FINE HEARSE Attached Can t iurnisli Metalic Caskets and lave lEmbalming done on short notices Come and see me anything I have not got can get for you on first ain that leave tile cityS r ORDERS by wire Promptly Filled jif A ASTHMA CURE FREE l= = ASTHMALENE BRINGS INSTAHT RELIEF Ii I And Termanent Cure in All Gases SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL 1FOR TEN tw YEAII SI 1 IInEREwhen all else tails f The REV CF WELLS ofViila Ridge Ill says Your trial bottle of Asthmaleue received in goodj icondition I cannot tell you how thankful I e f the good derived from it I Jvas a siay chained with putrid sore throat and astbma for ten yearft J despaired of ever being cud I saw your ath er tisement for the cure of tnis dreadjUl aftdtormenttng rdisease asthma and thought yo tI1doverspoken t yourselves but resolved to give it a trialsTo my astonishment the trial acted likea charm S ndOtl l me a fullsize bottle U I E want to send to every sufferer a trial treattn nt of ASTHMA h 1 f LENE similar to the one that cured Mr Wells Well send t it ly mail POTPArD ABSOLUTEI4Y RVKW to 1 nysu1frcrwh will wiite for Itevenona porstl tevmindi f though you are despairing y a ATH1ALEI1 l WilL reliete and cure The eyourca t I g dv are Jq jt tffsend It Do not delay Write at once addressi g Q TAFD 1 13R0S MLDIINC CP7QEastI3ut1fSfNY lIftS01d if bya11Drtlgg lSS i t it iM1Iw = J Jl l L ir ii t itt tjj i t i +k1 i r Y Mt Vernon Signal VI T FRIDAY OCT 25 1901 Published every Friday by jjDGJRS ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application Two Republicans called upon Mr Tate to vindicate himself from the damaging charges made against him during the primary They addressed open letters to him which we printed last week If Mr Tate was innocent we natural ly kit that he would deny those charges through the columns of I t1ttiper as the requests were asked through it and have those who knew the facts to clear him out we have patiently waited and Ke fails to deny and the charges L must therefore be taken as true Tbc charges were made openly by Republican officials and not byI Democrats Mr Tate has been rclled1ipon by Republicans pub licly to vindicate himself and yet he makes no attempt to do so It might be however that Mr Tate will wait until the last issue of the paper betore the election and then when it is so late and so close to the election that the facts can not be publishedand thus attempt a vindication Mr Tate promised the people before the primary that as soon as the primary was over b e would make a full statement and completely et himselfaright but the primary has come and gone days have grown into weeks and weeks have grown into months and yet he is silent If innocent why silent LEON CZOLGOSZ will pay the penalty at some time during next week for the murder of President McKinley The exact day of the execution is unknown except t- o4to those who will be present As r formally announced It will take f place some time during trie week commencing on October the 28th and judging from past customs it may be inferred that about Wednesday will be the day That the de mon may pay a just penalty for the crime committed the execution ought to begin Monday and last eight days the length of time it took him to plan and carry into effect this horrible deed making the severeness of the punishment as great as possible asa lesson to his followers that they may know that if they follow in the footsteps Czolgosz what they would re ceive To the anarchist death seems to have no sting anda check upon them must be placed To deal with fiends they must be dealt with in a fiendish way I The Interior Journal prints a 7 splendid piture andwriteup of the Hon R C Warren which may be correctly taken as a forerunner of the formal announcement cfltis candidacy for the Democratic nom ination for Congress in this district Congressilianib Succeed himself besides two or three others who are getting ready to join in the fight for the same f h9nor But should Mr Warren en ter the race he will most certainly t be a hard man to defeat The Somerset Journal was rre vious to aouning its new attire one of the neatest and best edited week additionalpvfaave improved in proportion to its grdwth in size Editor Campell says the material of the office was j tVfurnisIiecLou a five year lease Vl TTT p Walton withprivilege jij uyon yearly payments Wz l Oi lbu jws aided a number of young 7 tried in ilk newspaper business and iri o- doing has done much good 1eLJias Doubtless never forgotten t i t1 Vime whnhe was strugglingfr i1villjfortupe and the good men who encQurage d him Danville Newshf t1fo t tSPEN RdpsnVBIr who on- i unbiasdCfS was growing in faVor j if t e L4ti Ni i t i10 + 1 I Er i witlithe entire South put a kind of a check on his popularity by Washingtonthe at the White House with him AT the request of Leon Czolgosz a Catholic Priest visited him in his cell to talk with him about his soul salvation If there is any re demption fpr him not many peoplei need have any feat of being lost INEWS ITEMS Two children of W A Query of Knoxville died from eating green walnuts A hotel fire at Houston Tex caused at least one fatality and a loss of25oooo At Salyerville John A Howard a prominent lawyer shot and killed Bud Pickleshimer James E Croft for whom the town of Crofton was named died in Christian county The Confederate Veterans of Kentucky nit in Louisville Monday for their annual reunion ngcitizensuicide without known cause The Bourbon county courthouse at Paris built at a cost ofi8o000 was totally aestroyed by fire In a street duel at Waco Texas ex Sheriff Harris and his son were killed by Dr Lovelace and his sou Discharged motormen and men who took their places fought at Owensboro One man was badly cut Robbers at McLuney 0 tortur ed Chas McTague a merchant by burning his feet and bound and gagged his family Mr Kruger is said to have re ceived advices that the Boers have armed 15000 Afrikanders within the last three mouths Rudolph E Hipp was killed and his wife fatally injured by an explosion of illuminating gas in a dwtlling house at Reading Pa Venezuela has defaulted payment of 8000 due the United States in quarterly payment of claims growing out of the revolution in 1892 Frederick H Benedict was killed in an automobile accident near West Point and his companion Grenfell Kane was fatally injured Gen Hodge of Knoxville Tenn was kicked from a Cincinnati Southern train near Lexington by a Ne gro porter and is in a critical con dition ITh May Festival directors de to ask the citizens of Louis ville toifcSubscribe to a guarantee fund of yearsJconcerts Capt Richmond P Hobson attended the dedication of a monu merit at Knoxville He kissed a society girl at the depot but it was his cousin The United States Legation in Constantinople is still without defi nite news regarding the attempts to to communicate with Miss Stones abductorsIt cost 100000000 to run the muncipal government of New York City next year according to advance estimates in the various departments The celebration of the 2ooth Universitybegun day The degree of LL Dwas conferred on President Roosvelt Please Wright of Cumberland JohtlBassthe soldiers reunion in Clinton county and was the result ofan old grudgeJudge Thomas C Fuller asso ciate justice of the Pnijted States court of private land claims and once a member of the Confederate Congress died in North Carolina Sunday Allen Davis Cole the new grand master of the Grand Lodge of Masons pf Kentucky lives in Maysville and was born in Flem ingsburg March 16 1866 He graduated in i883at the Kentucky prgJ3ourbOlHarvard University i r 5 Gen James A Walkeifthe last commander of the famous Stone wall Brigade of the Confederate army and a member bf the 54th and 55th Congresses died in Wytheville VadWhile hunting near Republican Harrison county Ben Florence gedi3 was accidently killed In wasinaway part of his head and blowing out his brains A steel company with a of incorporatIIed CorporationAnextensive the banks of the Ohio river near PittsburgMrs Nichol and Dr Orville Burnette formerly of Nash ville Tenn sought to end their lives together in Chicago The woman is dead but Burnette was discovered still alive and restored though he had I taken morphine turned on six gas jets and thrush a hatpin through his neck Mrs Nichol left a husband and two child ren x LIVINGSTON = o Wm Fields was in town this weekMrs Stucky has returned home from a trip to Paris Mrs Annie Elmore is visiting in Stanford this week W F Tubds was in Crab Orchard one day this week Mrs Will Chilaers visited relat ives luPine Hill Sunday Miss Iettie Caldwell of London is visiting Mrs Matt Ballard Mr and Mrs W T Merimee were in Stanford Wednesday- Mr and Mrs George Pike are visiting in Cincinnati this week guestofMiss Laverna Stark is a guest of her brother Will Stark and family Mrs Dave Argenbright is with rgenbrJghJ N French of Oakley Laurel county was here on business Sat urday A A Almy of Altamont came in on K Cand left on L N for his home Miss Vinnie Pike is visiting her Mother Mrs Cox this week at Pine Hill Mrs E Fishback is visiting her father Ben King and family in Lincoln Co Smiting Dave Jackson was cir culating among his many friends here Tuesday Mrs John Scott of J3ig Hill visited Mrs W F Tubbs Tuesday and Wednesday Mrs Wilmoth Poynter and Mrs Sue Mullins visited friends at Mt Vernon Saturday Mr and James Bunn have re turned home after a pleasant visit with relatives in Louisville Willie Mullins and sister Miss Bertina attended the FrithPike reception at Brodhead Saturday Ral Pike of Oklahoma and Miss EmeMea1owsofPine Hill were guests at the Mullins Hotel Tues day Mrs James Stevins of May wood who was a guest last week at The Dillion Hotel returned home Sunday Jas Argenbrierht who has been quiet sick was able to resume work and returned to Hazel Patch Monday Mr and Mrs James Tucker have returned home after an extended visit with the Stevens and Tucker families in Lincoln Co Mrs Jane Owens and daughter Mrs Russel Thompson have mov ed back from Flat ickaridare living in their old home on Main Sf Mr Graves of Lexington proprietor of the Citing Brewing Co Geb Pitinan proprietor of the Pitman hotel and IF Hocker of Pittsburg are with DS McKinney and Bill Mullins thfs week a Oldnewspaersfor saleat this pfficv 125 ctspier hundred Ii 1 S1ie t t1i e ORLANDO J j1 Reams was in town Tuesday D Langford was here Wednes ay Mrs Frank MSTcw tis on the sick list m jMastersicK for a few days i 1 flF X Thompson was with our merchants this we ki s veryickSvotal teams are hauling lumber shipmentJohn Porter of Benge Clay county has been visiting friends here during the week Everything is very quiet here no enthusiasm notwithstanding it is on the eve of an election Mrs Monroe pennin ton of Mt Vernon spent Wednesday night with her sister Mrs Evans Julius Robinson who has a con tract on the railroad grade near Why Not in Estill county is visit ing hornefolks here A J Mason has returned from Estill county where he has been transacting important business during the past week RELIGIOUS 0Rev D Hartsfield has been called as pastor of the Chiistian here for the ensuing year He will locate here about January ist Rev J C Carmical filled his regular appointment at the Baptist church Saturday night and Sunday The Rev Dr D C Kelley presiding elder of the Methodist church of Nashville Sunday morn ing criticised very severely amuse ments such as horse shows except when it is intended only for the development of better animals grand operas etc reveiwing QuoS Vadis as an example of what thirst for amusement would lead to At the death ofPresident I orenzo Snow of the Mormon Church Joseph Smith Jr became Presi dent The nect in succession is Brigham Young Jr Another Baptist church was ded icated in Louisville Friday mak ing a total of 47 Baptist churches in the city 21 white and 26 color edwith membership of 27646 A FIENDISH ATTACK An attack wa lately made on C F Collier of Cherokee Iowa that nearly proved fatal It came through his kidneys His back got so lame he could not stoop without great pain nor sit in a chair except propped by cushions Oo remedy helped him until he tri ed Electric Bitters which effected such a wonderful change that he writes he feels like a new man This marvelous medicine cures backache and kidney trouble puri tfifcs the blood and builds u your health Only 500 at all Druggists Drug Store WHATS YouR FACE WORTH Sometimes a totune but never if you have a sallow complextion a jaundiced look moth patches and blotches on the skin all signs Liver Trouble But Dr Kings New Life Pills give Clear Skin Rosy Cheeks Rich Complexion Only 25 cents at all Druggists Drug Store Judge John H Reagan the only survivor of the Confederate Cabinet of Jefferson Davis is dangerously ilL There are inttimaions Washington that Dr Godfrey Hunters job as Minister to Guatemala and Honduras is in danger Judge Evans of the Unitd States Court today sentenced J JR Milby utiultheNashvil1 labor for using the United States mails to defraud The case will again be appealed CASTORIAOrInfa Thi Kind You Hare Always BougH Bears Ule eilUatveo a ijJ Land Stock and Crop 0throughMonlings which he bought in Laurel county some at 3 els per pound a1ttf bala Qce at iy pfer iicad ff tf Sanders pro bought o- fues L Demaree i2ii5oponnd st wat 4C Also 40 head 4iom a Theylsaverage at 3C of George Bishop ot Wils Morgan of Anderson 20 750 pound cattle at 4c of A L Holt of Anderson 32 cattle 950 pounds at same price Harrodsburg Dem ocratAn increase of 734000 bushels was reported in last weeks visible supply of wheat making the total 38208000 bushels against 56978 000 a year ago Total export were 8055898bushels against 9395744 in the preceding week and 8668 855 a year ago Thejoss fron thitmovement in 1500 was at ports of Argentina United States and the Danube with gains fromIndia and Russia Duns Review Jno S Baughman bought of C 3headper hundred Danville News Adair Ewalt of Paris sold to Senitor J W Railey of Gainesville Shorthornif 50 Ed Sparks has purchased about 50 yearling feeding cattle weight 650 lbs at 4 cents Paris KentuckianEd of North Middle 25feeding18 Andrews Batts have sold to W H Renick of Paris 28 headj of extra feeders at 435 to be delivered from ist to the loth of NovemberFlemingsburg Times DemocratI31 p cattle to Bond Carpenter of Anderson county at 37fc Glover Kyle sold 40 head to same parti es- at 3CW C Carpenter boug WOotewmey B at 3 cents also 25 fromJohn Leonard at same pniceHarrodsburgI p wcathaveharness treated with Eureka Harness Oil It re damPjkeep clo not break No rouglisur- ace to chafe ff and cut The v harness notc 1IOOitiUb use of Eureka Harness Oil t in cans alt sizes Made by Standard oii- Company HAVE AeiTT FoodScottVvEmulsion will feed the nerve that is cry ing for fooelit Is hungry goingiain 11- and brain from yourusual foocLv That is cureSIf you are nervous and irri table you may only needmore fat to cushion your nerves you are probably thin and Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil will give you the fat to be in with goeiFullyou need from usual food arid vowIto It you have rot trJcil it scril for frc sniuplet its agreeable iiu will surprise v m SCOTT fi Hu VE Chemist 409415 IsarlSir r ew Yorfi WANTED t o SPLIT SPOKES Forest H 4deep6 per 11 i34j4perM 2jIWhite 8perM j Forest Hickory 24 on heart 234 in long Red or White andRedI2perM Forest Hickory 2Uon heart 3 deep 28 in long Red or and Red 17 per M Ferest Hickorey Z on heart 2 Ideep 30 in long all white growth straight grain defectsI2X2 l second growth that is not all white 10 per M 2nd Growth Hickory Butts 5 in and over in diameter inchtt2nd Growth Hickory But sJroI i 1213 14 J5 l6 in and over in diameter i 6c per inch- DOUBLWFREE BILLETS t 224 x 2 24 46 in long 30 per M 2 3 + x 274 42 In long 25 2 x 334 38 in leng 20 2 fTOtween Stanford ane Hazel Patch and on the K C Railroad to Con way L L JARRETTInspector BRODHEADKY t STRAY COWi0 At my place between Mt Ver e non and Brodhead one pale red cowl white spot on back between Ithe hips and dehorned Has been at my place 2 or 3 weeks Owner can get same by proving property and paying damages Sep 27 4t J J PURCELL GO TO JONAS MCKENZIE MT VERNON KY for Everything in DrY Qoods Clothing Boots and Shoe ana General Ierchandlse BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES IS M TIlE AMFRIflAN 1NVFTMFNT flflMPAY IncorporatedCAPITAL JI 25000 00 00AMOUNTAddress all correspondence to HOME OFFICELEXINGTON KY iSCXJD ITERMS TQ FIRST CLASS AGEHJ FIRE INSURANcEi t Our Houtjes insured in the OLD RE 2 LIABLENnv York Undervritels Agency ESALiBRrGHTJ AGENT 11tV rn nKy f dllat Signal Office li i P Sr rv Yl V ytt f AiX r I 7 i I t Mt Vernon Signal Mt Viiow ICy OCT 25 r9o1 j dfpASHVILLC tR CO r 4 TIME TABLE 2norf 1105 a Iml 26 nprtli 131 a 2ji5outh v 157 p iii 25 South i 145 a ni- TASLANDRUM Agent t inired lit the lit Vcrn ut Ky Poitoffice as aec onQClnss mail matter- MASONICI Ashland Lodge No 640 meets 2nd Satur day 10 Am- QaMT VERNON R A CHAPTER No 140 MEETS every FOURTH MONDAY nt 2 pm CHURCHES ChristianHolds serviceu let 43r Sunda3 at 11 a m and at 63Qpm eIPresbytarian Holds services on the 2nd and 4th Sunday morning and evening Baptist Chnrch Services on the Second Saturday night and Sunday Sunday 3ehoolat 9 a m every Sunday Prayer meeting on Tuesday nights PERSONALS 0 W J Sparks was in Cincinnati yesterday Charley Martin is again able to be oa the streets R L Tones passed through yesterday to Pine Hill Judge R G Williams went to Louisville Tuesdaynight- R L Smith came in Saturday night to attend tile debate Mrs S C Franklin has been very sick for several days James ORear of Mt Sterling was in town again this week Mr J P Lechlieter spent Several days in Crab Orchard this week C C Davis made a business trip to Livingston Tuesday afternoon- R B Mullins returned Monday from a business trip to Louisville Miss Ida May Adams left Mon day for Louisville to visit relatives- F H Hardy went to Lebanon Wednesday on important business Dr J T Wesley of Middleburg visited his son Th o here this week Mr ant Mrs A W Stewatt spent Monday night with relatives here A Pennington made a business trip to Lebanon the first of the week Mrs Luther Mullins has had a slight Attack of fever but better tow MrlYH H Baker left Tuesday 4for veral days visit in Garrard country Mrs Thomas Craig living in the Eastern part of town is reported very sick Mrs Mart Jones of Con way went to Houstonville yesterday to visit relatives E T Fish returned Wednesday from a trip through Tennessee and Eastern Kentucky Mr and Mrs W T Short left Monday f Richmond where they Will make their home temporarily We regret very much ito see this most excellent family leave our towns but trust that the change Will be beneficial to Mrs Short who still continues in very poor health Miss Helen Tbuiinoiidand vis itor Miss Polly Tray lor of Lincoln county Misses Ella Dunn Lida and Susie Hilton and Clyde Cass and Messrs J Boreing Jr A Hen drickson G bitble L B Hilton and Manly Albright composed the party of Brodhead people who attended ttie ftebate between Mt Vernon and Oak Hill boys in the college chapel Saturday night The Misses Marshall who have had charge of the music atthe col leee willrerrntO their home near Isft Louis th laspf this week We are allfcertainly very sorry to lose such Sccoittplished teachers from our midst button account of arshalltheyw ofpupiJsaI1tpatrons will certainly Igo i J 0kft J gt110 t y t GarrardIlooking out a location J MISS Grace Marshal one of the hasliLee Chestijut is teaching this week lot Miss Emma Penuingtou whohas had Malaria fever Miss Polly Owens of Barbpur ville Ys with her sister rs1at Pine Hi who is very W R Dillion went to sickIMadistqii county w wliowas Mrs James Bunnof Livingston was a guest of Miss Nannie Wells at tiSection house tins week A H Bastin the telephone ma nate was in Livingston preparing to put in an exchange at that place Messrs Charles Mark and C H Creed oilmen from Lancaster Ohio were here yesterday pros pectingMr and Mrs W B Lynch of Darlington Ind arrived yesterday afternoon to visit Dr and Mrs E A EwersP son of Judge Jas D Black or Barbourville was on yesterday afternoons train en route to his home Richard Proctor was in from Or lando1 yesterday and told us that there was lots of sickness in that part of the county Mrs Owen Turpen returned Sat daughtefsMesdames Albright in Brodhead- B J Bethurum and W B Dil lion will be initiated into Elks at Richmond tonight J Thos Cher ry J W Brown and W R Dil lion accompanied him The home of Mr and Mrs W brighterFridayhandsome boys which has been christened John Stewart William Hicks of Bluefields Va was here this week on his way to Pulaski county to visit the oil fields there He is becoming somewhat of an oil king himself Mr F B Riley the upto date hotel man of London was on Sundays train returning from Brod head to London Another Signal was added to the London list which is now no bad number Mr John S Gyun of Scaffold cane brought his wife out Tuesday to be treated by Dr Lovell and while here were the guests of Mrs Angie Stephens They were ac c6mpanied by Mrs Alice Cook Mrs G M Ballard of Livingston and visitor Miss Lettie Caldwell of London came up to Cove Wednesday to visit Mrs Ballards mother and here yesterday to spend the day with Mrs CC Davis r LOCAL 0LAUNDRY Bring yonr laundry to Cox Bros store Mullins Lechleiter agents Deputy U S Marshal Sam JohnFrederickscharge of selling liquor unlawfully BORING FOR OILThe Mt Sterling Oil and Gas Co ofwhich Dr Northcutt is president began CopperCreek DrscoNTINUEDA Bryant has discontinued business in the Mc Ferron stand near the depot and hishomeDEBATE Albert Hiatt and Cecil EugeneMullins gaged in a debate at the College chapel Saturday evening last on patriotism JMthey divided the honors between the debaters A large crowd was present and the boys made splen lid speeches READING C RCLETheo1It Vernon C L S C recently or ganized here met with rsW- L Richards Tuesday and made all preparations for the years work Prof A E Ewers was made Presi dent Miss Susie Thompson Vice Pres and Mrs J W Brown Secre tary and Treasurer The follow is the present enrollment of lfmbersMesdames j W Brown C C Wiliiams W to Richards and Chas Forrester M n n and Susie Thompson Dr and Mrsv AE Ewers Drs A GLoveland M Pennington Judge R GWil1 Kruejgermeet every Tuesday night and any onedeslnng to attend is cor dially invited The books tobeused are those as adopted by the CThMrs Chas FojTesler Tuesday evening at 7pcloclcs i 9 + t p f Plr J STOPPS THE COUGH AND WORKS OFF THE COLD Laxative BromoQumfne Tablets curse a cold in oJedayNo cure lio pay Price 275 cents BfovnIIforthe murder of Mrs Maggie Mialman AT CosTRead in another col umn the advertisement of the sale of the stock of general merchandise of Frank Jones assignee at Liv ingston Ky of which W C Mul lins is trustee TO CURtt A COLD INONE DAY Take Laxative BrOmo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cureE W Groves signature is on each box 25CtS POST OffiChA new post office has been established at Conrad Hiatts store near Oak Hill Church and named Hiatts with A C Hlatt postmaster The mail will be carried out from Brodhead To THE Zoo Tomorrow night win be the last excursion of the season to the Zoo Remember this will be the last opportunity to visit Cincinnati with your railroad fare 175 for the round trip GINSENG GARDENMr Frank Welsh who recently purchased the house and lot of Mr G W Gentry in the western part of town has started a ginseng garden Here is wishing Mr Welsh the best of success with his new enterprise adjIn this issue you will note the vertisement of land to be sold for taxes More will follow next week I propose to collect these taxes be fore the first day of January HENRY CATRON 4t S R C NOTICE We will discontinue giving our pictures away and for every 500 worth of cash purchase we will sell a picture for gScts according to printed matter on tickets Oct 23 31 HOUR ADAMS NOTICE o The landofH G Sutton de ceased will be sold at public auction at the Court house in Mt Vernon on Mondjay the 28th day of October 1901 Eight tracts will be sold This is an opportunity for those who desire to purchase good homes OPPIcRsAt a meeting of the stockholders of the Rockcastle Cc nty Fair Association held in Brodhead Saturday night the fol lowing officers were elected 0J W Tate Pres R G Williams Vice Pres 1J Thos Cherry Secretary and A E Albright Treas urer R H Ham Per Rigsby and Gran yule Owens were chosen as dire tors IN COUNTY COURT William Dalton was fined 5 and the cost GeorgeFarrisswork the county road Ebb Gad 250 and cost for same and John Gad Jr 15 and cost for same terry Farley 250 and cost for breach of the peace and Lewis Col lins 5 and cost for failing to work the road and failing to pay or re plevy was sent to jail BROUGHT SurrV P Free man has through his attorneys Brown and McClure and Judge J W Alcorn brought suit against Sparks and Williams for ioooofor alleged negligence iby placing a stick of dynamite on the boiler which exploded breaking his leg and shoulder He also at the same againstDEmember of the firm of Sparks and Williams for improperly setting o f his leg leaving him a very bad cripple DIED IN S DMr M B Mc JMullin who left this County about BeneiFourcheday night at Evarts S DMrMcMullin wes dealing in cattle and at the time of his death was on his way to market witfa bunch lof cattle and as soon as he could dispose of them intended to return to Kentucky He leaves a wife and two children Mrs C S Cum ruins of London and Jack MC MJl1infi91this County The re mains V er tiHl Belle Fbiirche r i d t 3W ti0 tt r w JJ A Landrum will install the of lodgntomorrowlow the inslallation Masons from presentLivingston halvespTAKEN As TRUEJ The people 6f this county can not heljS but think that the very grave charges brought against Mr H L Tate by his brother county officials are true as they are undenied If they are true and he virtually pleads to sherifflofWe have a splendid sheriff elect Gus Stewart and have another good one POUND PARTYMonday being Prof Ewers birthday the stu dents in his room or rather those belonging to the College depart ment accompanied by a number of the older people gave him what they termed a pound surprise par ty each one taking with them a pound of something Some took coffee some sugar and some fruits of different kinds While it was very much of a surprise to Prof Ewers yet he was ready as he always is to furnish the young folks an enjoyable evening When next in the neighborhood of Cox Bros store drop in and look over Strauss Brosline of tailoring samples As handsome as the samples are they give but a faint idea of the splendid tailoring you receive when you order Per fect fitting elegant and distinctive in appearance thourly made in every particular describes the class of clothes made by Strauss Bross Still prices are very low and the service you get is just as goodas you expect it to be Winter is here and its time to order ALRIGHT NowAlex Penning ton compositor in this office who began work when the present management took charge in December 1899 and who had riever lost but two days work during the entire time has been out part of this week trying to recruit up from a severe attack of illness which came on him Friday night be coming more serious Sunday about noon when he became speechless and was unable to speak until oclock Monday morning He 13 as recovered and we are proud to ay able again to take his place on the case which he has so faithfully and satisfactorily filled for nearly two years WILDIE o MrsJ J Wood is on the sick list Albert Fish Jr has pneumonia fever Ike Dooley was up from With ers Tuesday SMr and Mrs A Stewart went to Mt Verhon Monday R M Johnson of Cdoksburg was over first of the week Dr Lewis has laid the founda hon for his new residence Floyd Peters has moved to Irvine to work on the railroad- L T Stewart made a business trip to Livingston first of the week Granville Clark was over from Goo hland Tuesday on stave busi nessC 1 Bolin stave inspector for L C Smith was here first of the week Our Christian Endeavor Society is still growing in interest and membershipMarsh was in town first of the week talking groceries to our merchants The L N bread wagon pass ed through Monday evening and left several smiling faces John Hasty has moved to town and now has a position on the K C division of the L N ReV Luucford preaches at the church here Saturday and Sunday Everybody turn out and hear him MlsstJa McGuire who has her brother at this place has returned to her home near Goochland r Dontforget to east your yotefor old chisel chin for magistrate audrW1 gcuuiasLaxativetfco remedy atfllre icoW Ioi nojlicf t flT1RIrJw f1rrFr Jr Bankrupt Sale AGREAT Clearance Sale of the stock of goods belonging to Frank Jones assignee is now beingcarried on at the Cum mins stand Livingston Ky COM E early and Obtain First choice Bargains in ing for everybody Remember these goods must be sold regardless of cost wuCs MULLINS Trustee HNFRITHo E I s jgBRODHEAD IKENTUCKY =cop =tomorllrow But for your own in terect be sure to come DONT BUY FROM US until preferdont fail to flee US before you buy We will save You Time and Money Can goods 81C2lb Rolled Oats ClCLOTHING SHOES HATS DRY GOODSAND l NOTIONS ORTUpBy IMlJoin II BETTER GOODS AT LOWER PRICES THAN YOU CAN GET ELSEWHERE for = =l ItWdlfayU 2lRun After TrnLow Prices artel High Qualities CORRECTED EACH WEEK BY C H FRITH jA buckles Coffee 1234c j LionCoffeeI2CXXXX Coffee i2cGood Green CoffeeIoc to 1234C Floui N S per bbl 440 Flour Mt Belle 4 co Flour Plain Family 300 Granulated Sugari6 lbs iopE- vight Brown Sugar ijj4 lbs 100 Syrups per gallon 3oc 7 Cakes of D Boone Soap loc Coal Oil best gallon iSc Calico best Grades sc PAY HIGHEST price COUNTRY PRO CANT Afford TO Paiht k THE man who says that forgets that painting properly donegis economy and the fact is he cant afford NOT topgint HOW Often you require to paint is largely dependent upon the paint you use The Sherman Williams out last others They are the most economical paints you can use because they cover most and wear longest Add to this their good appearance and you have perfect paintsTHE SHERMAN WILLIAMS PAINTS They are made for many different kinds of painting What ever it is you want to painta house or anything in or out of the housewemake the right nrint for that particular purposenOt one slapdash mixture all I TO BE per C SOLD H BYI I THEPEOPLE FOUND HIoui PAWLS i Mt Vernon Ky The place for Fair and r keeping on hand what you want We Dealing are Agents for Horse Shoe brand fertilizers farming implements shingles coal hayand 1 you want come to Qur Big supply house and be convinced I l Our Stock of Supplies t c tJ7 yi pre Complete t OUR SHOES Shelves are groaning under the loads of goods v ito suit the general trade i r v i OUR of all grades hats and caps clothing oyor 7 ft aIls shirts collars and ties and a general t i lH line of mens fnfnishings u df all lifi i OURCOME IWILL paints HAVE A cornAnything Grocery Ladies Wear Rinds 91 t j Kyoh1 r FairDlaling b r i f look buy and 11e 5 at1Sfil dlfh 3 tjveifi i 1 mean wliitt wesayaiid ypuriJ 1 J t continue to come Houk Adart1 PtiONENQ25aR i t UZry t iY jTZc1 TSJ 1 J i 1 = v t7 HI Miller House 1V J RIDER PROPR Headquarters fori x Commercial Men brtetr aW 1f trains The y Veranda t j Hotel t JOSEPH COFKEY PROPR Stanford Ky IL Specially equipped for traveling meziSarnple room on first floor yath rooms free to guests RTES200 per day V Hotel FRANCISCPFropr Frith- F t I Ii Located attKe pJ t Bodliead ftY Good Livery Attached Meet all Trains Day and Night Traveling Men and Railroad men Solicited Will fur inches for all trains L i O1T ower J rancsco MQTOMENTAL WORKS Bro bead ivy Granite and MarbieM6tiuments and Tombstonesi AI5 woiic FIRSTCLASS SAfl51ACTION GIVEN i UBig Fouff BUFFALO ROUTE t TO r PAN AMERIGAN- EEXPOSITION sJo 1i iA r 1901 r fJJe JT- OIndianapolis t J Peoria and Chicago INFORISIATION cheerfully fur nished on application at City Ticket 213cf t S 3 Jf JdATEGeneral AgentL- OUISVILLE KY j I H II New Fast Train I AI i COLORADO TO iirli UTAH AND THE j PACJFICCOAST trn effect Sunday May igtli t f 5Phe new train will leave St Louis f proo a m daily the evening train 9 to same points loiop m daily 4 iroitgh sleeping car service be I tweenSt Louis SauvFrauciscp and Jt i Northwestern points Only line i that does a twice daily c E cur siqtf tickets now on sale r l For further information address t o aR eJ jG Matthews T R A i h Iouisi11eK Yi t i f l n+ c TOWSLND Gen r Psbr A afd Tkt ggt St Louis tiltA J JrJ F r J Sit f 4 0 Caliat the inat office Mt Vernon t COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURTFourth Mon day in each month- QUARTERLY QJFii st Monday in Janua1YApriI July and londaymyMay and Third Monday in Sep tember fo VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month L O rvE Mt Vernon Hive No 24 MT VERNON KY MEETS Every Tuesday ist and 3rd week 230 p m2nda- nd 4th week 730 p m Mrs NANNIE C ALBRIGHT LADY Cox Miss BESSIE M HOUK IrADY REC KlSEP KOTM VerJlOJl Tjit Ni 2 MT VERNON KY MEETS every ist and 3rd Mon dayin each month 730 p In GEO S GRIFFIN COM ARCH FURNISH REC KEEP ML MYERS DENTISTMT VEPNON KY OFFICE Atrhe Rice property JPHONE Nq3S i P A PenningtariD S M D t DENTSTi N W Cor Third and Chestnut Sts LOUISVILLE KY Will be at Miller Housd Mt ernon during all Circuit Courts R G yilliams AttorneyatiawMT OFFICE on Church topposite CQurt Hpu- se14JL JBRO VrN ATTORNEYATLAW- fT VERNON KEFTUCKY OFFICE Up stairs in old brick hotel opposite Court house Special attention given to col lections CC Williams Attorn eyaf Law TvIT VERNON ICY OFFICE On 2nd floor of The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church streLSpecial attention given N to collections c t G W McciuKE JW BROWN MCCLURE BROWN Attorrieysrat LawMT VERNON KY All business entrusted to our care will receive prompt attention Office room No8 in the old Brick Hotel Furniture fltldti Undertaking- A l full and complete stoqkijAll orders filled promptly Motto iJ h Best goods and lowest prices ItT A M pl11JsiQf1Succ- essors to Blankeuship Mullins r LIVINGSTON i KENTUCKY f f mum JIDTEL1F- urriBhed with every Cotiexi lerice hid Comfort IWF Ti Jjbs Prop lYJ GSTON KYII AMPii rodmlsor Coiutnrcialmen theIf1ilofSIXThe ReyJanies A Wildinan was tarred ancl feathered b i mob 1r1adn1admtr s ncertJlng Prf Mc finl y I r heriff handcde Q On the Fourth Monday in Nov 1901 i or one of my deputies will sell at the front door of the Courthouse in Mt Vernon the follow ing tracts ofland for taxes for 1900 1901 60 acres listed in the name of Naricv J Dyre Nearest resident G W Bowman Tax md cost 243 dfJA72IGeorge Hammock nearest resident R Southard Tax and tost 332 60 acres listed in the name of White Lime Stone and Brick Co nearest resident George Jvivresay Tax and cost 6 13 96 acres listed in thename of Ed Parker neatest resident W M Speak Taxand cost 284 Vi75 acres JisteS in the name of Ambrose hcirs nearest residentF Ambrose Ppx and cost 7 Q8 31NTaylor Tax and cost 3 35 50 acres listed in the name of R M and J E Whitaker nearest resident J R Whitaker Tax and cost 2 97 60 acres listed in the name of Silas Hardin nearest resident John Hardin Tax and cost for the years 19001901 6 75 60 acres listed in the name of Margaret Bullen nearest resident r89Tax60 acres listed in thename of S J Purcell nearest resident James Prewit for years 19001901 Tax and cost 4 28 100 acres listed in the name of Wright lI L more nearest resi dent John McLemore Tax and dost 290 140 acres listed in the name of Augustus Wolf nearest resident W H Brown Tax and cost 4 28 j 30 acres listed in the name of resiIIdentcost 4 18- 75 acres listed in the name of Louisa Waddle nearest resident Vj tS Doane Tax andco t33S40 acres listed in the name of Charley Watson nearest resident Wnl Vallen tax and cost 2 87 So acres listed in the name of J N Tyree neatest resident J H Taylor tax and cost 3 35 J n 40 acres listed in the name of Wyatt Allen nearest resident X M Davidson tax and cost 297 100 acres listed in the name of Jack Carpenter nearest resident J C Childress tax and cost 520I25 acres listed in the Joel Coffee nearest reside tA1 Coffee tax and cost 297 50 acres listed in thh name of A G Bronstou nearest resident A L Nicely tax and cost 290 So acres listed in name of W P Chestnut heiis nearest resident W M Williams tax and cost 2 go 20 acres listed in the name of Henry Jones nearest resident tlovin1 tax and cost 191 ofI25 acres listed in the name of C Stewart nearest resident Bettie Lamau tax and cost 2 97 8 acres listed in the name of Ross heirs nearest resident J L Tate tax and cost i 87 24 acres listed in the name J H Knuckles nearest resident H Lambert tax arid cost 3 20 20 acres listed in the name of Arnold heirs nearest resident Ju lius Warrcn tax a cost i 74 25 acres listed in the name of Marrgaret Terrill heirs nearest andIin1wGray My hair was falling out and yourHair lorMrsIyou not to look old with the color of seventy years in your hair Perhaps youIare seventy and you your gray hair Ifnot use Ayers Hair Vigor In less than a month your gray hair will have all The dark rich color of youth a bottle druggists If your druggist cannot supply you send us ono dollar and we will express you a bottle lie sure andjjive the name of your nearest express AddreSS J C AYER CO Lowell JIass Attention Good Dressers Wo were quite forixmo e fix securing the exclusive right for this vicinity to teJce orders for the famous tailor ing of STRAUSS BROS Chicago We are now dis playing their newest sample of Fine Woolens and we ur e every one interested in good clothes to cttII and inspect thorn Strauss Bro mke the kind of clothes you like to weara c c u r ately ttAIor d perfect fitting distinctively above the ordin ary yet prices are no higher thBh you Kave paidfOllnIferior goods SiraMss Bros giaraLntee satisfaction and live up to it and we unheei iatinglv back it COXBRS OppO Courtkbupe Lfr w =1f1tItr Jn toe I u LtnJllit t H- tt5 t REASONS 1 iWHY i fiI Immmmmfmmfif i1t2 Its courses bfstiulj are thorough Undsjstematibt f3 A written contract hacked by a P inLcpsit ofiopobo is given t peri4 l4 We pay students railroad fre p Lpuisville g t+ We refurdipon giduntionevercent of pupil ic nbtthoughIy sttilie jt lMmxidlf gWrits for L1ait Cata1oa Jf + + 4t + + f5f4 i ++Ji a l 4c 4 i p The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne tim signatnre of was and has under his per Isonal supervision since its infancyf 11 Allow one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood arc but Experiments that trifle vitli and endanger the health ofx Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment What Is CASTORIA c Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil PIth goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant ItJ contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cuves Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the St9mach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaccaTho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the of The KM You Have Always Bought f In Use For Over 30 YearTHE T7 r qorrt r i intervals ing round be sold frpm and to Texas and Okla reduced tiiiv1ienyouwukl frlr like toJeavt when trip send secure ilsoI Ilittle Trip Texas fi if 0iI Jiii 000fCoarect Gilesa Total Vote of Ohio oh November 1901 will be distnh pktfohs of the Weekly follows lIf 36OOOForccThird 16OQ Fourth IfU 1000 Fifth th ig 500 uS ILASeventh c Next 20 each lOd 100CI 50 Ie u 200u 25 II 5000 cc1ooOII 1OOOO 3060 II 5U 1530Q of438t ptizeSj amounting In case tie prize equally divided November The Total Vote of Ohio 1891 795Q3l 1892CI u 661 Q2- 5tli 11893II Yij 776819 9 l s f i and tell you can j f the and it cost We will also you a for the and an book to f T P 1 E Ii d r on 5 as fII u it t U n El Ie u It o9 th j j If IGU SS 1901 6OCO vjIAnguess If there be more thail one exa to b among them The Conditions are l OO for a to the Wckl Enquirer entitles iauch subscriber to one ffueso 8 1 for ten secures ten 81OOO for brio subscription yeaxf3 secures ten gfueesjss tl No commissions or extra guesses fnrtcrparticulars see Weekly all orders to NX1 Cincinnati O T Signature IE4IEMTi1E TELEPHONEWILL RANSMIT 171 esstiesfrom 1inolltQ Wil liamsburg Bar hutt lle Gor bjn London nIiiiizel Liviiigstoii1bine lull Erji Ureefc Ljtngford Wii dice Broc1heaci Va bd Level Oeeii t Jtlt1lfpiLn5 Oichi st pl roidzLai eite tiu lictiitia1- Kentuci at low rites Old bewsJhlp ff fir sale at this j o1iCJt5ttiift hunched r been made no ALWAYS III iwRat to Texas At freojent dur 1901 trip tickets will via the Cotton Belt Route1 Cairo Memphis points Arkansas Louis feha Indian nd Ima Territories rjfgreatly xisiwhereyouVant logo you lowrate tickets what schedule Yta8EAUME1LPas4TASLtask 50For Nearest the utedftb Enquirer 3O0 ariiStintinffto 3000 500Q 10ce Atotal to S5OOOO of guesses Contest closes 1901 835804 846996 t 10201O1 1Lt7 8640212 1898u 793163 1809cc 92O87S 1900cc 1049121 whatihVilibein ii tlyrorictgucssthe 6ooo equally divided subct1on 0OO yearly cubscriptions sruesses ten For Enquirer Send ENQU1RSK ilvlPlV tFatcliN Vt rcl poiii 18c r Sab FRANKLIN0 WATCHMAKERMT ir r 7 JDO all kinds repairing gold and- tl silvefioldering neatly done rings t rent fitEIC teste4 and glasses iittec j alI t my shop at Weslfeys driginrt illd have your work lflefttlVdnt at feasnabie prices i s r 4