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" xjSfe, TyJHHttW 'vspzas . . Var JLgf JLe uaowtuKta YOUR Eyes will Tella Bigger Story Than any Advertisement of Ours. E HfXBSEEBaHBBEOE&B racgggHCinnwrWBag i- & .. , vn ury yooa ON FLOUR, MEAL, MEAT; LARD, COFFEE and SUGAR, Lower than any Store' in Rockcastle.'. ITU RE Qf a klnds at Prices to ricele your pocket-booFU prices ar?D small they would tempt a miser. DON'T Kick yourself when you find you could have bought shoes here ClOttiiri.g-0u- r prices are our inducements. We are content with small profits; S-'O- l'i; V 1, : ur 1-- 3 less. .' ' ' THE MOST SUCCESSFUL! THE MOST RELIABLE! THE MOST POPULAR riionc ns!fl3 mrA3 vs va 1 STORE IN ROCKCASTLE! to s ame Bands Far Less n x.-w- a sa s No. 82 ScarceLsTIeri's Teeth: B &, . money, I Other Vferch ants. Goods For Same money. Cheap :HU that sell as ' " 'i i " N we do, "- i.fif - COUNTY FAIR. ROCKCASTLE CRAB ORCHARD. CONWAY towards the festive time of year when platform-maker- s begin to ''view with alarm" and "point with pride." time being. Friday, the last day of tha Brod-hea- d Fnir, was a beautiful day, and Mr. Vincent Poynter continues from all parts came people to see, about the same. as ome expressed it, "the big day H. G. Sutton has moved to his Several battles fought recently sights." The gale receipts were farm in the edge of Lincoln. in the Philippines should remind by far greater, thati for any other David Elder sold to Theodore the President that another declara-tiou"oue day in thl&history of the Jones some cattle at fair prices. peace is about due. Thebllowing are 'the A. G. Craig and George Marler TV DftrtcnifoU't? nniiactfinn tr winners of the third day premiums: attended court at Lancaster Mou Best sucking colt, W. M. lUires J&Iways show him jumping a day. Miss Agnes Lameson, of Alto, is first, F. O. Miller, second; The coun-- j z7 t S. I. Cummins went tciCin best mare or gelding over one and trj' would dearly love to see him probably the youngest editor in Illinois. She is 19 under two years old, Siler and old, in- cinnati and Newport Saturday jumping the tariff wall. telligent and well rend. . She is a night where he will be for two Beasley; best mare or gelding over The stone-wawhich will engraduate from the public schools, weeks. two and under three, Siler and close the Confederate Monument Road working is the order of the Halcomb, and last year attended the State Bertsley, first. S. W. on the battlefield of Perry ville will , University of Campaign. second; best mare or gelding auy Two day no-v- and the overseers are be completed this week. Those years ago she taugght a country making many improvements over age, Bud White, first, Siler and who examined it prouounce the Beasley, second; best combined sadschool, and during the summer previous years. last Tuesday, after a pleasant visit workmanship chat. mouths worked as printer in the here. dle and harness stallion any age, There will be a debate at the New-lau- d Misses Delphia and Ollie The most pupular tales, by office of the Alto Press Progress, Sawyer school house on Saturday Bill Riddle, first, D. S. Wilcox, W. D. Kelton and family, of and Miss Eva Bailey visited for the children are: of which a few months ago she was night Sept. Oth second;, best combined saddle and Subject Gadsden, Ala., are here visiting 1902. Mamoth Cave the- first of tfce "Brer Rabbit," "Brer Fox," "Brer installed as editor. She furnishes Resolved: That there should be a harnc&s mare or gelding any age, relatives. Tarrypin," "Mr. Jack Sparrow," the copy, sets the type, runs the Compulsory School Law in Ken- -' Siler and Beasley, first, S. R. Ma- week. Geo. W. .Shockley was here from Cool nights prevail here now "Sis Cow," "De Tar Baby," "Ole job press, and, if. necessary, the lucky. Affirmative, W. T. Mulsecond; best saddle stallion son, Berea, visiting relatives Saturday Mr. Bull Frog," ",De Fattes' Gray Washington hand press, and col- lins and Walker Owens. NegaA. and boarders are leaving .town any age, Bill Riddle, first, G. and Sunday. daily, only about sixty at the Squirrel' and many other "beast-esses.- " lects and solicits. Ballard, second; best saddle mare tive, J. M. Craig and W. H. OwG L. Wren was at Whites Sta1 The evil doers of the village find ens. or gelding any age, S. R. Mason, Springs now. tion, Madison county, first of the first, Siler and Beasley, second; Mrs. Emma Faiis will visit friends Walter, Wood, the energetic clerk iu her an active opponent,, as their loading logs. or gelding, Rob- at Kirksvillc, while her husband, week best harness mare at Messrs. Watts& Tribble's gro- s'jts are ferreted out by her and PHYSICIAN AND DRUGGIST. Joe Lewis drew about $150 off sec- Scott Faris, goes to attend the Fore & Sturgeon, a prominent ert White, first, Bill Riddle, cery, caught a rat iu the cellar accounts of them published in the of the pay car last week and, it drug firm at Rocky Hill Station, newspaper which she controls. ond; best harness stallion, D. S. London Fair. yesterday morniug which he said looks like now that he has flew the Wilcox, first, Bill Riddle, second; Mrs. Rhoda Grady and Misses tilted the scales at the eight pound - The case of Bell Miller, who was Ky., writes: "We were requested pair harness 'mares or geldings Mary McQuery and Annie Hawley, coop. best mark. He thought it was a coon tried recently and fined under he by Dr. G. B. Snigley to send for Beasley, first and second; of Hammcck, spent several days Siler and ALL WERE SAVED. at first. He thinks it had been in provisions of the Farris local op- Herbiue for the benefit of our ridozmost graceful lady horse-bacwith Mrs. Patten. last week "For years I suffered such untold the store for several years. Advo- tion law as passed at the last ses- customers. We ordered three en in December, and we are glad der, Miss Lizzie Painter, first, Miss sion of the legislature, will be used Protracted meeting will begin at misery from Bronchitis," writes J. cate. Bertiua Mullins, second; fanciest as a test case to determine whether to say, Herbine has given such of Bronghton, Ga., So President Schwab, of the 'Bilthe Baptist church, on Sept. 3rd, H. Johnston, great satisfaction that we have turnout, lady andgeutlemcn, J. H. conducted by the pastor, J. M. "that often I was unable to work. lion Dollar Steel Trust, must retire the Farris bill is applicable to duplicated this order three times, Dunn, lady, Miss Susie Hilton, Then, when everything else failed, on account of ill health. Bruce, assisted bv Rev. Wolford. After all Boyle and other counties in which and today we gave your salesman first, Mr. A. W. Buckhanan and I was wholly cured by Dr. King's the toil and strife a final Gieat and local option prevailed before 1894.' Mrs. Brown. Mrs. Patteu's houselady, of Crab Orchard, second; Mew Discovery for Consumption. T. V. Puryear, attorney for Miller, another order. We beg to say Dr. running-walkeSiler and keeper, is suffering with a very My wife suffered intensely from Universal Merger into common will take the case before Circuit G. B. Suigley takes pleasure iu best is all that comes of it. "Imrecommending Herbine." 50c. a Beasley, first, Armp Hiatt, second; paiuful gathering ou her arm. It Asthma, till it cured her, and all sarth perial Ceesar, dead and turned to Court 111 September, ,and it may bottle atChas. C. Davis' drugstore. from a burn and is fancy harness ring, Siler and Beas- originated our experience goes to show it is clay, might stop a hole to keep the from there go to the Court of Apley, first, Robert White, second; something like blood poison. peals to secure a decision as to its the best Croup medicine iu the Wind away." Judge Sidener in the First Dissweepstake roadster ring, Siler and constitutionality. A few of our enterprising citi- world.'' A trial yill convince you The contention trict Police Court Saturday fined Things are booming down in is that iu Boyle county local option Beasley, first. Bill Riddle, second. zens contemplate opening a bank it's unrivaled for Throat and Lung Dr. Getty's a West End Physician, . .. .. .j. :. :n t The best sucking colt, sired by En- uere soon, iir carried oiu, u win diseases. Guaranteed bottles 50c Oldham. Listen at the Index: was voted under a law passed in for using profanity over a tele "There isn't much news this 1890. The Farris law is amendn- - phone. glish Hunter, a special premium be a great convenience to the peo- - atui $1.00. Trial bottles free at all ' week, the editors are all off on a tory to the law, of 1894, defines ad ' by J. II. Dunn, first premi- pie of Crab Orchard and vicinity. of $10 druggist. According to defendant's testi- splunge, roasting ears are in ditional infractions and provides ........ 1. .. M. Crawford, second um to James Ansel Dillion has added very jie was .11. u suiuuier garuen Mrs' Ma,rtuii oa!ns' n,wuero1 bloom, the tomato red ripe, water- additional penalties to those iu the inuiiy, to Jones Hiatt. much to his property, by building and wished to telephone to his a neat front to his house, which Kditor Loving W. Gains, died in melons, are here, yellow-legge- d RACES THIRD DAY. statute. If this can be proven, it house. grapes get- - is stated that the Farris law will chickens Trotting .race, Robert White, consists of two rooms and a hall. Warren county. Afer of an hour We hope others will profit by his plums plentt-dee- be void so far as local option The First National Bank, Aber- ting blue, first.'D. S. Wilcox, second, Bill example, for there are Several old he secured a connection, but by most here, cows communities, like Boyle comity, S. D., was robbed of $3,800 ful, Riddle, third; mule race, G. P. Bur- - building around that might be that time he had been worked up all fresh, vland the goose hangs which became so under the predettc, first, Bill Riddle, second; benefitted by some addition, if only by burglars. to the "cussing stage." high.'" ' running race, R. H. Bronaugh, of a coat of paint. In that vious act., are concerned. v JudgeSidener decided that proWATCH FOR Crab Orchard, first, Ben Halcomb. Capt. C. C. Calhoun, of Lexing; event, only the old regulations pro fanity has no sufficient provicatiou; Died on the 32nd, Mrs. Mollie However slight at this time of second, Her death year and iu this climate, it is the ton, will go to Washington' in a few vided for in the law of 1S90 could that pro'fanity is always aggressive Jones, ot this place. was unexpected, although she had malaria, A disposi- days, and make a fight 'for $25,000 be legally enforced, here, and in never protective, and therfore nevA Richmond, Va., man shot and been in poor health for a long forerunner of all tired out or $30,000 more for the Kentucky order to get under the provisions of er excusable by the plea of self dekilled a friend who lived in the time. Site was taken with pains tion to yawn, and an comes before the chill. troops who served iu the Spanish- the parrjtS aw a special election fense; oaths hurled at a person in same house, mistaking him for a and cramping in her stdmache, on feeling even He recently got American war ,, , held, adopting another jurisdiction bv 'phone are Friday and continued to grow Hervine, by its prompt stimulative . $68,000, but does not think it is burglar. worse till Sdturday morning when action ou the liver, drives the ma- sufficient; Gov. Beckham now has the locat Ptl0 act of lbo4 for punishable in the jurbd:ction viu The body of Miss Mable O'Rear, she died. She leaves a husband, larial germs out oi the system, a check for "this amount, but not a Boyle county. Advocate. which the offense is committed. sister tb mourn who was drowned iu the Ohio river, mother, and one purifies the blood, tones up the cent of it Mil be touched until ; -7: the loss of their loved oue. May system anu llle tional Fraternal Cougu-aAustralia supplies $95,000,000 60c morels giveVor all efforts to feet restores neaiin. was recovered by a fisherman at thej nil prepare tft meet her in the at Chas. C. Davis' drugstore. s in session at Denver. more fail. worth of wool a year.' " Petersburg. nnrl K 'LMi.ft , asso-siation. of Mc-Guir- e, Miss Hattie Grimes, of Harrods,-burg- , Mrs. Jonuie Ramsey has moved is visiting Miss Mollie Brooks. to Berea. Miss Anuie Bronaugh-ivisiting Born, to the wife of J. J. Wren, Miss Margarite Sallee, of Somerset. on the 23rd, a boy. , W. S. Myers, who is sick at the .Born, to the wife of W. H. Mob-ley- , Gover House, continues to grow a girl, on the 20th. weaker. Mrs. M. R. Jones is visiting relaMrs. Sarah White, who has been tives in Hustonville, this week. confined to her bed for several R. M. Johnson was at home days is able to sit up. firjitof theweek-wit- h his family. ! Miss Ethel Haley, of Lebanon Mr. A. B. Ealy, of Paint lAdz Junction, is the handsome little is visiting D C. Pulli.ns this week. guest of Mrs. J. M. Walliu. Mrs. Polina Shockley, of Berea, Miss Fannie Cundy, of Cincin- is visiting relatives here this week. nati, is the guest of our estimaJ. M. Nave was over at ble depot agent, Mrs. A. Newland. first of the week on busiThomas Austin, of Lancaster, ness. called on Geo. A. Patten this mornMiss Julia Wright returned home ing and they had quite a pleasant Nich-olasville, It ... getting along (BVET.) is 0 s Those who are are wait: g see what will happen before thev subscribe to the railway fund are proceeding ou the principle of the Irishman who had uo wa.tch. He had to be at a certain place at 1 1:30 o'clock, and was a little worried that he might miss his appointment. A happy thought struck him. The factory whistle blew at 12 o'clock; he would go thirty minutes before the whistle sounded. . , 7 , Advocate,,... . . -- tdF feA m. QUAIL at home for the a i--i 0 M. G. Do well is , US' , . 4. A .--r. W- ,- e. laKPT 1 " jw- V . 1 11 ll firSt-clas- s. c (i .Wis; . . - ' ' j ! , ' V it ' c ' - ' ' ft k ' ,J . -- k r, .f" 'if' ' ti f ' 1 ,1 - 1 d, three-quarte- rs - wilu-goos- e n, camp-meetiu- g 1 J ( 4.2 'p V -- f s Pi )"' J '' & ' t . . r T i J , ,4 . ' Kutftf Si'iirn ,nmni. On Satur Jpuu Danville was lighted by electrici- day Augu.-- t 30tni 1902, at the ColAdjoining Counties. NEWS ITEMS ty Wednesday niyht. Theie was a lege 111 Mt. ernon, Ky.. beginning H .. ....; ro Vinniimrl." at 9 o'clorU-- , a m., will be held a Charley Gilbert shot and killed thunderstorm. Soldiers were called upon to proI Nature aionfl won't do It. If neqd.s. August 2y, 1902. rs. ' Friday, compel.) e exuminaMon lor free tect tiouunioi: men in the anthra- Riley Owens, in Laurel county. It is a pi l y that tditorh do not?! pcholaisinp-- . to Mt. Vernon Col- - w help UOCW-- - iv Robert and Will Hensley, of lead the nevspa)f.h. cite region. The Provi- legi-m- hacli Magis-icriInstitute EfiMSSOfl Published every Friday by Madikon county, charged robbing dence Journal think that. Hon. J.' LMMiiUfu Rockcastle county Oen. Miles has been granted per;, n ' r.nt. vnu must .. i.- -. scholarEDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. it! uso oven In hot mission by the War Department John Hunter of $8,000, were arres- Proctor non is dead, and the Rich- -' will hvv niled in one free 1. (.in- - lor. the county at iiir.otHf.Pted Ii iclay in Clay county and mond Register thinks he lives in ship In visit the Philippines. a free one lecei.-inu large. you 1m hoi trle-- U, rend for frcp f amplcj bi ought to Richmond and turned Danville. $I.OO SUBSCRIPTION ONK YKAK If the Lelief of Col.! r.chnljivs!iM muit enter at begin B If w,nSArlMSTu President Roosevelt will parties New York. Hardin, ol Hariodsburg, as to the ning of the ichool, or, failing to B dnjRglst pate in a bear hunt in the South jover t0 thu Proljer n" 50c. and $1.00; alt The sum of $15,000 has already equivalence of, these two nlterna-- , attend tor 10 days, at any time, tbsKnz.Tr Advertising rates made knoion on Carolina mountains next month. by the people of Dan- tives be true, the Governor is for- without gool excuse, will forfeit ' Mrs. Dan application McCambell, at Keevcs, been raised the scht.t.n.vhin to the ono receiv to buy the tunate in icsididg in Lebanon, Teun, poured molten lead into her ville and Boyle county, ing the next, highest rank on the for the Southern William O. Brad- examination. husband's ear. He will recover. right of way DEMOCRATIC TICKKT. radroad. The solicitation will not ley was in the city jesterday, lookC C. WILLIAMS. Chm.B.T. Martin Collier has been arrested stop until the amout reaches $25.-00- ing better thon usual and when at Bedford, Ind., charged with poisFor Conorkss. asked by the Tattler, where he got Crop estimates complied from HON. GEORGE G. GILBERT, oning his family by putting arsenic William Harp has been indicted his good clothes, he replied, ''I in the flour. go einmont's official figures indiOk Siiklhy. for the murder of Jesse Barton at stole them." The old "Gov." will cate n yield of 2,561,490,000 bushels In Hart county Lawience Moss, Corbin seven years' ago. Barton's tell the truth once in a vhile. Lexof corn, and 645,611,000 btish-o- f a farmer, shot and badly wounded H. H. lIENXlNCWlt, father has been working on the ington Democrat. ji;W 'V wheat. Or Wayne county is u rimdirifito for Stnto Logan Rcnfroe, a, boy whom he case ever since the killing hapIf the old "Gov." don't hurry up Treasurer, subject to this notion of the caught in his melou patch. pened, but was unable, until re- and pay that advertising bill of his avuwcBJ5rttayrrxj-t.tga'ag'Democratic party. Seven robbers held up a North- cently, to find any clue. defunct old oil company, we 'low ' .jVlffi IMIIIIMIWM M.illMMWri ern Pacific train at Sand Point, to run an attachment on them Tiik SkJnai, has purchased the Idaho, but failed in their effort to ROCKCASTLlTUlRCUIT clothes. Somerset Journal. outfit and good will .of the wreck the 'baggage car by dyna5 COURT. sMa3ii33aLr.rKsrcsK .vuk Colonel and will send our mite. Just Look At Her. VA''& H " I have used Aycr's Hair Vigor paper to those whose subscriptions A New York Supreme Court ID. C. Poynter, Adm'r., Whence came that sprightly step, Pl'ff. requires physical and mental for over tlnrty years, u nas Kepi to the Colonel are unexpired. Justice decided that gross extravamv scalo free from dandruff and ability of a high degree to faultless skin, rich, rosy complexNotice. VS. lias prevented my hair from turn- - ft We desire to retain as many of the gance by a wife does not constitute withstand its hard labor?. The good, A. bouie, a Deft. ion, smiling face. She looks Adams, k.c ir gray." Mis. high tension fo which the Colonel's subscribers as wish to a cause of action for a limited di- Jerome is hereby given that I feels good. Here's her secret. Notice nervous system is constantly continue to receive the full news vorce. subjected, has a depressing efwill, on September 12th 1902, hold She uses Dr. King s New Life Pills. There is this peculiar of old Rockcastle and surrounding Statistics from the census bureau Result, all organs active, diges fect, and soon headache. backJ Uni,' .1.1 O counties. The Signal has added gives the percentage of illiteracy sittings in my office in Mt. Vernon, tion good, no headaches, no chance IHlllli itUUUl A..'o linn n ache, neuralgia, rheumatism, 11 lb it HUH 1UUU, three presses and a large assort- among males of voting age in the Ky.. to hear proof of claims for "blues " Try them yourself. sciatica, etc., develop in severe VIgOL against the estate of David Adams, Your- - hair docs H form. Such was the case of not a dye. ment of new type to its outfit country at r3 per cen:, as against deceased, aud all persons holding Only 25c at all druggists f 4aaM Ulnnl Ji Mail Carrier S. I'. Swcinhart, i and will shortly add a cylinder 6 per cent among the city men. not Stlutieniy liuu uiv;rv, y of Huntsville, Ala., he sas: such claims against said decedent, look dead and lifeless, a press and increase the size of paper "An ltt.xi of pneumonia left me The Southern agency of the Roy-g- must present their claims on that Rufrrrorlitolhf tbfrlfl rfilnr tvitlt muscular rli- -i matiMn, headache, to seven columns. We intend Insurance Co., which is located day, properly proven. jind p.i.ii-- . tiiat sc- ntfl to be all over ail the rich, ' - in ly able to move for me. I that the Signal shall be second to SLL outs die and managed by Bar- 3 comes back, about a nmnth l' n 1 decided to give B. J. BETHURUM, to nave. I dark color it used no paper in South Eastern Ken Si Castleman, has changed Master Com., R. C. C. The hair stops falling, too. I tucky. ement and headquarters for Sl.M n bottle. All L'ra;jUlJ. and Nerve 'alters a trial. In three Era Kendall has a new mono. uthern agency will be moved m... ii. .M.. im vn mv route and In days I was Nearly half of the $650,000 relr r.rr limn u. ri wcj fcS prcicrvcsnndplclslcs, pj.rend tlrujL'lit cntinut mpiy El logue. Here is a piece of it: If jour two wecUs 1 was free from pain and anta, Ga. PM n thin coating of 3,! tend ui .ni ilofi.ir and vo will Xircsn f quired for the erection of the Na- flesh and strength." gaining in j oun bottle, llosiirontiili'ho tlu immu "I got down in the washroom of Government gun .ezuelan Sold by nil DruRelata. of jour nc.ii'0Mtcxiiif,44 tilllie. Addict. I vtional MdKinley Memorial at CanPURE .1. ( .AVritrO.. lunell. Mom. I Dr. Miles Mtdloal Co., Elkhart, Ind. bombarded Clauded a sleeping car one morning when - boats have ton has been subscribed and opBSUSSnSSXCMTI3)StllH3B.KBCTEUS the capital of the there were twelve people in the timistic comments are made upon Bolivar, space designated for three. Final- ftd Will keep the fact that whereas it took nine State of Bolivar, but the revolu- ly I forced my way to a wash ba- Fiji BCld proof. them nbsolufly moisture nnd Lj rurellerlneUPiiralliiioliiitso i.a useful In a dozen other ways uhont the rtf years to raise money for the Gar- tionists still hold the city. Gen. JJ bouse. Tull directions In oach package, ft; I soaped up my. hands and SjM bold everywhere. h'f field Memorial and thirteen years Uribe has urged the Colombian sin. hj STANDARD OIL CO. rubbed roap all over my face. Just fi revolutionists to continue the war to collect funds for Grant's tomb. Coffee could onlv be bought a KfalTllllfflWlj, 'MUKULbHffggyS fcyggSr This remarkable progress has been until 1904, when, he claims, the then the train rushed around yil te"Oji'i'"!fek, ; m' in bulk. The 20th Century into a tunnel. The made in the McKinley fund in but French Panama Canal Company's curve and wav is me rnaiL. ? charter will be invalid and negotia- shock almost upset me. My face nine months. n pnjaatf tions can be carried on directly slipped out of my hands and right 's&f. is enough money in the with the Uuited States. of the man next to into the hands There oleomargariue business to secure T,he Standard Oil Company will me. He kept right on washing way scaled packages, althe greatest ingenuity. The Com- shortly begin the construction of a my face. ways correct in weight, ! " 'Here,' I said to him, 'you're missioner of Internal Revenue is transit pipe line from Somerset to clean, fresh, uniform and ON and after date and until now considering whether the intro- Parkersburg, W. Va. Surveyors washing my face.' retaining its rich flavor. " 'Well, if I am somebody's got further notice, we will pay the of yellow palm oil into the will begin work immediately. The duction manufacture, to give it the butter line to Licking 'river will be four mine then; that's all there is about following prices for Split Hickory Spokes; Second Growch Butts, and color, can be considered "artificial inches, and from that point six it-- ' Singletree Billets, delivered on any " 'I guess I have,' said the third of our yards between Crab Orchard coloring." This is a neat strike. R inches. Lead pipes will enter the man; 'this face I'm washing has and Livingston, and between LivA Dispatch from Belfast reit- main line from the Knox county been doing lots of talking and I ingston and Brush Creek: erates the report that Mr. Morgan oil field, near Bsrhourville and from haven't said a word.' has closed a contract with the the Ragland field at Licking river. "Altera while the tram ran out 1 on heart, 1 deep, 2Sin. long, Somerset is in mourning over givBritish admiralty, whereby the AB grade $12.00 per M. of the tunnel and I got my face ships of the combine will be at the ing up the hope of a refinery, but i1on heart, i deep, 2S in. long, back again. disposal of the British government the operatois in the oil field are ALSOC grade 5.00 per M. " 'Here,' I Miid, 'somebody's in case of war. If this js so, Mr. jubilant. gone and stuck his finger in my 14 on heart,- ipi deep, 28 in. long, C grade Morgan has become a near relative 5.00 per M. POLITICS and POLITICIANS eye.' of the people of the house of Astor " 'Well, do'n't say a word,'said Y oh heart, t- -deep, 28 in. long, D grade and Crocker. 5.00 per M. G. White is the Republican the man next to me, 'the- - face I John deep, 30 in. long, 2 on heart, 2 The Rev. Mr. Jeffries, father of nominee for Congress in the Tenth was washing bit me.' " A B grade - - 23.00 per M. the ring champion, pauses long district. on heart, 2 deep, 30 in. long, 2 The greatest size a horse has Commonwealth's Attorney FrankC and D grade enough in the past time of jubila9 00 per M. is 2nj4 hands AMD heart, c'( deep, 30 in. long. his son's victory, to de- lin will probably be a candidate for been known to grow ting over uii high. This is the record of a 22 grade Attorney General. per M. AB 30.00 Paints and Oiks, clare that he would have been glad , The Republican Congressional Clydesdale which was on exhibi- 2j4 on heart, 2$ deep, 30 in. long, to be present at the fight and pray cnrotiilly Coiniiouwlod at all C and D grade Committee of the Fourth district tion in 18S9 12.00 per JU. for those who were there. hours, day or night; . v f will meet Aug. 30II1 at Lebanon. .The condition of former ConPhone No. 64'. All AB spokes must be made A Missouri editor, who no doubt A convention will be held at gressman June Yayle-gisomewhat from good iiicavv socond growth Icpeps one of the " Nicholasville September 2nd, to improved timber, and all spokes inuat be . things at his own fireside says, in nominate a Republican candidate ......I...... ' At the' conclusion of nip New made from good, live hickory, free referring to a picnic: "Many of for Congress in this district. from knots, '.Vr the men yent out for pleasure; othaud all other defects Hon. J. Mort Rothwell, of Lan- England jaunt President Roosevelt ers were accompanied br their caster, has announced his candida- will make s urt visits to Tennessee will accept spokes made from eith' hickory, but er or shell-bar- k wives. cy for the Democratic nomination and South Carolina. ooto sarsldo we will not take spokes made from for Commonwealth's Attorney of "Wrs that an earthquake last oig-nhickory. Emperor Wenelik, of Abyssinia, night?" inquired the guest", of the ii :: A: who will be an attraction at the that district. houichold. St. Louis World's Fair, has lots of An old gentleman was walking SINGLETREE BILLETS. To be distributed to such of its readers who care to engage in it? We' hoped "Did urn lu-- ir ' lineage back of him, as he is said down one of the streets in 2 en hea.it, 2j deep, 46 in. long, lectual and profitable study. A contest that will familiarize them an intelwith the you uniiiilti't;" the polite to have decended in a direct line when he saw si' boy crying population, voting power and government of the State of Ohio. ' V.-hoilca." se, we.,, have a on heart, 2 deep, 42 in long, from Solomon, King of J mica outside a house, and thinking he cou.-iiMhi.n us. from Chicago. 28.00 per M. might comfort him, he asked him The people of Buffalo were getShe w.'S ;i; .' d.tiiciug party last 2J4 u:i heart, 3 deep. 38 in. long, What will be the Total Vote in- Ohio for Secretary of State at the general what was the matter. ting more than they paid for, so night un! .hi c !,i rather late and 23.00 per M. State election, to be held on Tuesday, November 4, 1902. "Father's laying the 1 thitik Ik it um have dropped one 24 611 heart, 3 the health officer ordered the bak$12,000 will be presented to one making the nearest correct estimate. deep, 36 in. long, down." s $12,000 additional if an exact correct estimate' is made, maliing a 20.00 per M. on their ers to keep fly scrc-anof lw Vl "Well, and does that unpleasant total of $24,000 for a correct estimate. . .I?ifnr1rrrpf s mimt- V.t- m.lrif-windows. 1," illt An additional sum of $10,000 will be given by the Daily Enquirer for task make you cry?" islness. fnun good, live forest timber, free Binab'fk an exact correct estimate if received on or before July 31, 1902, provided Captain Hobhon is in great de-- , "No-no- ; e his thumb" from all defects, and they must be, PHO NOGFiAPHY, FOflA $ia such estimate is made by a It pay, to mand at Chautauquas the same grade of timber as D time of making such estimate.monthly subscriber to the Daily Enquirer at "Oh! You are sorry for your Situation. jgsffigSfe be a hero, aud a hero that is as in-- father Isurnoe'" Telegraphy spokes. There are 4,187 cash prizes in all, several of which equal a ' V V :(: ' telligent as he, is also entertaining. "No-n- o, 1 jompetence. . . ' $1.00 for a yeai's subscription to the Weekly Enquirer entitles subWE are also in the Market for The PhiliDoines are certainlv be scriber to one estimate. Shatters Ai.i. Records. HICKORY klM STRIPS, coming Americanized. The 119 ws-- 1 $1.50 for rw ice in hospital, P. A Gulledge, WILHUR R. SMITH. Prices for which will be furnished to one estimate.a monthly subscription to Daily Enquirer entitles subscriber g papers over tlierc are already Verbena, Ala., paid a vast sum to, on application. kEXIPJGTTONj, ICY., sued for libel. 50 cents, without any subscription privilege, entitles subscribers to Fo circular of Ills famous and reiponilbto n mvri mm nf Fctr any further information call on additional estimates, at rate of 50c for each estimate. CQLLE8E OF KY. UHIVF.RSITY COHBEBML ' or address, Official htatiMics show 18 040 puts, CTuLb Do not make any estimate until you thoroughly understand this tumors, wtien AlTaPdc,, Kctoa ot vrerure Expo.ition. Plan of the Cincinnati Enquirer. All estimates must be deaths from Cholera in the Philip- all failed, Buckleu's Arnica Salve THE ROYER WHEEL CO.,' &,J$i!ffl: ,..- - t: made ou blank, J(Hli, .tj ajjrl in conformity 'with rules pines since the plague started. - j LKIUNpN. KY, soon cured him. Subdues Inflamand regulations made and provided. ' Mrrne irm.i1iiAl..j1. IiltOTAP J'ipioma, ' Send for circulars, blanks, ejtc.j to The beef trust is seldom heard iii iiiioji, cuiiiiucr.i ixcucs, kiws i anis. fiivnrilil kentuczr univcrott7(JnnrnAfrnA. unaor.oai, Or, L. L. JAKRETT..Inspfr. ffaitrprt ' ' Brodheadj Ky. Orrduaticcfttl. PROFIT-SHARINof now, and still the price of meat Best Salve ill the World. 2SC at all HovwUpr. iSntornnw. rroei in, aCdrcu onhi. ENQUIRER In criVr to Ui-- tr Men UUREAU, , Ky. WILBUR n.SlMITSrJ, lemauis at the top notch. druggists ' .?u 0'" 7l6, Cincinnati. O. !Mu9MaMibdciinraiiDmrinMim inHmaMniiraBEisiiBUMmiuumii BttBtttffitrjrtp,i Mt Vernon .Signal '. "SCO" .1 1 1 ii,ta ..-i.- - . M Ex-Govern- or 0. iFMJs. t Kkn-TUCK- Y G TQU Mi -. m. -- 1 Uncle Sara's n-- i Ui vjs.r--nj-'f- 'r 1 SH 1 1 al 11 - m I I f, On Jellies X;. Falsa Fills 1 ac-11" -- S I l-j A Generation Ago -- - &?, NOTICE! SPOKES. um The Place to Obtain -- - Presla Drugs, Patent Medicines of all Kinds, Perfumery. Stationery, Toilet Articles,. CIGARS TOBACCO, PRESCRIPTIONS anti-pleasur- e . bird-peck- s, wind-shake- s anng! The Cincinnati Elncjuirer ut S9F.O0 Man-cheste- if u n The Problem is. , I Book-Keepi- it J 1 giii Jg$& v-- Itoe-Wrltli- K I life-tim- e' , oe-in- - 't Profit-Sharin- g $&3aiaU. 1 pk-;m- 1 , I '' G . 1 r r 'J V y" ' v- - ' " ? . LIVINGSTON JBSfWANTED. Old iron, 35c." per hundred for it, delivered at HOUK & ADAMS,, big' brick oh J-- F. Cooper is on the sick list. Mt. Vernon, Ky August 29, 1902, Main street, Mt. Vernon, Ky. Matt Ford is. sojourning at Tel- T7 r Call up "No. 70" wllon The Teacher's Association of the lico this week. THE PLACE TO DRIVE GREAT BARGAINS. you wnnl toCn'mtnuuU cate wltu HIGNA1,, First Magisterial district will meet J. E. Singleton spent a few days HOME COMFORTS . ACTUAL NECESSITIES at Green Hill school house Satur- this week, in Louisville. PRICES CHOPPED IN TOO. PRICES Within Reach op All. day Sept 6. Miss Pearl Cabell, of Rowland, GOOD QRADE Exceptions were filed id county is wijh Mrs. J. A. Mudd. At sets. court Monday, by Hen'Engineer Cromer has moved his ry Catron to the Sheriff's settle- family back to Louisville. ARBUCKLE & LION Louisville Nashville R. n. Co. CHILDREN'S SHOES .v.i ment made by Commissioner John COFFEE ioc, 20c. to $1.15. Miss Carrie Morris will visit TIME TABLE. W. Brown, and Sept. 5th is the homefolks, at London, Friday. FRESH CANNED FRUITS CALICO'S worth 5c. time set for hearing same. 24 north.! 10.55 m ALL .SORTS. Cecil Reynolds is visiting his SALE Price y.c. 26 north 1 :Q4 a ra Everyone, when asked will say grand-p- a Mullins, at Brush Creek. CHINA WARE aud Glassware PERCALES worth 10c. ........ 2:00 p IT 23 south yes we want a dormitory and will Mrs. J. R. Stuckey and sou, THE Very Best. :..; SALE Price 8jc. 139 a m .25 South do all we can towards helping the John, were at Stanford, WednesV SADDLES, BRIDLES and Tas. Landrum, Agent. FLANNELS worth 10c. movement along, but work and day. HARNESS. .Saddles ,$6 to $S. , Pho'na No. 58. not talk what goes, and who is do. SALE Price 9c. Miss Virgie Morris is seriously ing anything? If there has ever COOKING STOVES ill at the home of Mrs. J. E. Single- GOOD 10c. HOSE Enttrtd at tb Mt. Vrm.J, Kjr., nt itc been a single thing done by one of LOCALS and TINWARE. BIG Stock at 5c ' . mall matter our citizens to helo this cause ton. FURNITURE All Sorts. BEST 50c. UNDERWETR Misses Elizabeth, Judith The Knox county fair will com- - along no one knows it. As stated BED ROOM Suits, &c. at 45Cts. a Garment. Sympson are visiting at Pine PERSONALS . . in our last issue, in order to get mence next Wednesday. NOTIONS all at Reduced Price ALL These Goods are New this much needed building, some Hill. The infant, of Mrs.'j.U. Jewell T. J. Hansel was in from PulasMrs. E. S. Elmore and Menifee, LATEST Styles. Arrivals to be Sold at Low Prices. donations by our citizens must be who was killed by Joe Moore, died , ki: home from Rowland, LADIES Trimmed Hats made, .qs the money on hands is returned TRY US for Some of These Wednesday. not sufficient to buy the grounds Monday. Mrs. S..C. Franklin is visiting at Worth 2.00. Sale price $1.50 BARGAINS and be Couvinced. Wildie. Markikd. Charley Southards and erect the kind of building delur. ana Airs, uracn u raves reNICE LADIES AND CHILDRENS HATS worth $1.50. W. C. Sympson was up, from and Mrs. Ida Henderson were mar- sired. Who will be the" first to turned home, from Mt. .Vernon, Sale Price $1 00. ried at Pine Hill, Wednesday. start the move to secure the Tuesday. Pine Hill. grounds? Miss Hattie Parsley and Katie l)ricos i" lc ant ct Mrs. Charlie Forbes was in town Quarterly Court has been changed, ..Brick next to -- t li 0 post olfice. near railroad crossing, Lee Elmore, are attending, the "Louyesterday. and will be held .the first Monday mm im n Killed. William Purdom, a Willie1 Krueger is in Louisville in each month instead of ever brakeman on the Louisville Soutlw don Fair. Mrs. Mattie Delph and son. quarter. 'buying goods. em, and a brother barber D. 'Miss Kisse Williams spent this The South Eastern Kentucky S. Purdom, was killed' in u wreck Frank, are visiting Mrs. Eliza ' Medical Society will, hold its next near Basey, Shelby county, Tues- Mullins, neat Mullins Station. week in Cincinnati. Miss Sallie Carmical, of Mt. VerMr. Purdom was Dr. John. M., Williams was. in meeting at Barbourville, on Friday day morning. about to step from one car to an non, is visiting her brother, W. H. MiiwiiiimaiiniinnM mwiiiauM !! i m mimiiipiii m imiini n mi inimm n i. in Tiiminii ir n i irnn night September 12th. w Louisvilfe yesterday. other when the accident happened, Carmical, near town. a Mrs. HJ L. Tate was with relaton Remember the examination for and fell ra between the car's. His Mrs. W. J. Childress and little tives at Gum Sulphur. free scholarshipsto the Mt. Vernon ' Mr. and Mrs. Brack Graves were Collegiate Institute will be held at body was ground to a pulp and son, verner Brown, are visiting the cars between which he fell relatives, at Orlando. ' the College here visiting relatives. smashed to splinters. The re Mrs. J. H. Tucker aud Miss Attorney B. J. Bethurum went Burton Owens was appointed ad- mains were taken to Lancaster, his Byrd Peters, of Maywood, are visto Louisville Tuesday. ministrator of his wife, Permelia J. old home, for burial. Mr. Puriting Mrs. Russell Dillion. Joe Brown returned from Bridge Owens deceased S. H. Martin, dom wus about thirty years old Dr. J. S. Cooper has about reC. M. Cummins aud J. J. McCall aud unmarried, an exceedingly port Iud. this morning. nice and industrious young man, covered from his 'serious illness Miss Anna Coleman is visiting were appointed appraisers. and his untimely taking off, will and is able to be out again. Beasley & Co. , Stanford is the homefolks at Frankfort. Mr. and Mrs. Kin Pike and chilPrices-No- te be greatly deplored by all who Miss Susie Thompson is attend- place to buy your nice furniture, dren are guests of Mrs. George knew bjtn. carpets, rugs etc., jn ,fact you find ing the Loudon fair today. Howell, at the Mullins Hotel. s We have just received word from J. E. Wallin, Brodcad's splendid every thiug kept in a Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hatter aud furniture store. aug. Rev. Dr. Chas. R. Hunt, who has marshal, was here yesterday. family, of Covington, are spending $1 50, i 35 Beasley & Co., Stanford, carry, been secured as an assistant prin- a few J. T. Adams and Harry Lee are days with Mrs. James Mulgo s in addition to a line of cipal of our school, that he will be lins, taking in London fair ' furniture, gasp coffins', caskets and on bauds early, next week. His Mrs. Anna Miller is here from Mrs. W. R. Dillion and daughtI robes, which can at was be furnished wife will have charge of the music er, Miss Washington, visiting relatives. Linda, are visiting reladepartment. Both are experienced tives at Stanford, Richmond and on short notice. aug. Trouble to you Price & Brown are doing a good NO not afford toShow Goods and give prices, andSale. canteachers, and it will be a' strong ad- Wildie. miss this SHOE BARGAIN John Baker and Mrs. Agnis Par- dition to at Level Green. mercantile business our scheol. Mrs. Hunt Tobe Lair aud wife, daughter, Your trade is Solicited. Misses Vinnie Adams aud Bessie ker's little daughter will enter the has taught music seyeral years in Clyde aud son, John, ot Mt. Ver' College Monday. Mrs. Parker will , , FRITH, Hbuk went to Lancaster Tuesday. the city of Indianapolis, and Dr. non, are guests at George Cook's, keep house for the children, in Mr. Jirodhead, Ky. Hunt was pastor of one of the this week. Mrs. L. M. Frazer and Mrs. S. J. W. Baker's residence opposite Miss Pollie Owens returned to churches of Indianapolis. We may W. Davis are attending London W. F. McClary's. GO TO- Barbourv.ille Monday, accompanied all congratulate ourselves, that we fair. Wade Smith, charged with are to have such competent in- by Mrs. Sallie Carpenter and little Mrs. B. J. Bethurum and son, housebreaking, walked out of the structors in our school. The pros son, Milo. Jake,- are visiting friends at Stan- John Hilton returned to his home court house while another trial was pect never was better than at the ford. in Knox county, Saturday, accom in progress. After a half mile walk present time, for a good school. panied by his little Win, Nicely, the Hansford mer- - he was returned in custody of DepKY. Friends of the College are cordially Willie Tubbs. is in Kuoxville, laying in uty Sheriff Clark. He now conchant, invited to be present at the opening Mrs. Fannie Mahaffey and chilfor Everything in goods. fesses guilt. next Monday morning September dren, ol Maywood, are visiting Mr. Mrs. U. G. Baker visited her and Mrs. Dave Argenbright and Dry Goods., Cl6thing, Boots and Shoos, ana General Mr. L-- . M. Westerfield, who was 'ist, at 9 o'clock. parents at Mullins Station first of made master of trains, of the CumThe Principal. other relatives. Merchandise the week. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mudd and berland Valley railrod some few TEACHER'S ASSOCIATION. family returned home, Wednesday, Viek Tate is blowing his horn mouths ago, has, at his own reBEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES. trom an extended visit with relawith the Loudon band at tlie fair quest, been returned to lfis old poPhone No. 83. The Teachers Association! of tives, at Barbourville. this week. sition at Livingston, as chief train District No. 2, will meet at J. C. Hocktr, J. W. Baker, W.' on the 2nd Saturday in C. Mullins, Willie G. Mullins, D. Mrs. Sallie Williams is in Cin- dispatcher of the K. D. Mr. Wescinnati buying her fall stock of terfield is one of the most popular September. The following is the S. McKiuuey aud W. F. Tubbs of the L. & N. officials, and the program: are attending the London Fair. millinery. Song by the choir; prayer by Rev. Mrs. Sue Mullins, Mrs. Sallie Nannie C. Albright' return of "Wes" as he is familiarly 'Mesdames and FUNERAL DIRECTOR. called, will be, welcome news to Win. Williams. Carpenter and Wilmoth Poynter, and Emma Fish spent Sunday in Mt. Vernon, Ky. the operators as well as his mauy Welcome address by S. F. Brown. J. F. Cooper and other's composed ' Cincinnati. a merry party to wild cat Sunday other warm friends ajong the line. Respouse by ' Lee Chestnut.-"ValuMr. Wells, of Rockfqrd, father-in-laLQ.&.R&!2b. afternoon. O.. of imagination as a factor in Gs!6a&.Sffi;gSs.1. of section foreman A'daius, Mr. A. H. Bastin has cldsed a .Mrs. Susie Blankenship, who character building," by Mvs. M7 fifesKHiiK is visiting here. deal whereby he gets possession of has been the guest of her brother, Pennington. i J, C. Hocker, and sister, Mrb. D. Miss Callie AdamsJ of Paint the Van Winkle lines in the city of Duet by Misses Minnie aiid Ella S. McKinuey, returned to her Lick, is visiting her cousin, Miss Danville and now has charge of home at Covington Tuesday morn Lakes. same. Extensive improvements Ida May Adams. "Duties of Trustees" by J. A. iiig. Miss Susie Thompson went to' will be made in the Danville exFINE IIEAKSE Attached, Can. Chasteen aud others. Mrs. .Brack Hayes entertained a QiAorr . London yesterday afternoon, to at- change, the newest and best instru- An Essay by Miss Pearl Mullins: number of her friends with an ele- uiuv.iv ouixxpiLU. jumish Metalic Caskets and have ments put in, aud Danville given tend the fair gant dinner Monday. Among Embalming done on short notice. excellent service. Mr. Basfiu is "Duties of Patrons" by Mr. T. J. those present, were Uncle Ashley Come aud jsee me, anything I have not got can get for you on first W. B. Whitehead will move his Lakes and others. energetic citizen, one of our Owens, Mesdames Sue Mullins, train that leave the city. family to town so as to be handy to an by Miss Nannie Bales. ' best promoters, aud if given aiiy Solo. Carpenter, GriUni, Carson, Poyuter . by wire Promptly Filled, his work at his mill. to secure the cooperation of and Miss Vollie Oweus. encouragement will go his length "How Phone No. 63. Mullins is.assisting Prof. the whole district," by Jno. Walter Misses Elizabeth and to. give the people the best to be Judith ' Chesuian's band in furnishing mu- had. Record. Sherman Chasteen, J. Sympson entertained. Tuesday eve, sic for the London fa'ir. L. Jones, W. D. Laswell. ning with a do ve party. Chocolate BjINK DF VERNON, Per.xiiugtoti spent Sun- WILBUR SMJTH'S COLLEGE. "Best Methods of Teaching" the was served. Among those present, Dr. M. were Misses Bertina Mullins, MagLEXINGTON, KY. following branches: fit."., day with li friend, Dr. W.J. KY. gie ,aud Leila Sambrook, Nora History, by Geo. ChUdrehS; Gram- Tubbs and Cora Adams". at Crab Orchard. Write to Prof. W. R, Smith, for mar, by Mrs. Scott; Reading, by OPENED 1900. Geo. Howell, the clever landMr, aud Mrs. George Griffin, years President of the famous Miss Nannie Lakes; Geography, by Ksraamaae;vvi TTreaxafnso lord of the Mullins hotel, was up 25 Commercial College of Kentucky Mrs. M. Pennington; Physiology, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Argenbright, CAPITAL STOCK, - ffbni Livingston Monday. ,$15 000 Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Mullins, Mes j Henry Catron, our great stock University, for particulars of un- - Miss Ella Lakes; Civil Govern- dames Geo. Howell, Geo. Rey .dealer, was at the Lancaster court equaled inducements 'for young men ment, by Miss Nannie Bales. C C. WILLIAMS, Pkks. nolds. Harry Magee and Brack JAS. T. ADAMS, Vicu-PmMonday with a big drove of stock. to pursue , its Business, Short- "Discipline," Hayes, M Carrie Morris: Cora A. B. FURNISH, Asst. Cash. W. L. RICHARDS, CAr.ifiKK, by Mrs. Jones. or TeleRev. W. L Brook, of Loudon, hand, Type-writinDebate. The subject:' "Resolvedr Adams, Anme Hayes, Ella HowDIRECTORS. McKeuzie. Geo. Livesay, A. T. Fish, visited that woman is doing more for ell, Clara Griffin, Pollie Owens, F.iitz Krueger, Rod Jonas Vincent Boeing, $&- ; bright, his MMer, Mrs. E. S. Al- - graphic' Courses. This College Perry, J. E. Houk. Joe Carson and Rueben Mullins Wednesday and Thursday. ift responsible and ,is influential in .friu education and the upbuilding bpent Sunday i.t Sail Peter Cave. of the country than We solicit accounts of firms and individuals. man." Careful atten" ..Mrs. Dr. Ewers and daughter, securing situations for its students.' Affirmative: S,F. Brown, Geo. They all report a jolly time, and tion is given collections entrusted to us. v uiaduen nave icuirneu irom a two See iidve'rlisment... Address' only ' Childless. Negative: T. J. Ball, whuhauf Mr Hayes won J all the -- ' Our friends and patrons, ant invited to call when in town. Winona Laket .months vaoution-abutton? W. it Smith, Lexington r Ky. Lee Chestnut. Phone No. 55. vIud. , ., ,'. ; .. '.; ,.. Mr . Mt. 'mv 'V .' mii I ';;'-..... Vernon Signal 79 I 1 Dr.'M. .L. Myers, of this place, not only does fine dental work for others, but plugs, caps and bridges his cjwn teeth as well, The Misses Miller pf Lancaster, after n stay of several weeks' with their grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Miller, returned to theit lionie'Mondny. J. M. Turpin, D. L. Carter, H. S. Branuamau and G. S. Griffin were,. some of. the familiar faces, seen here. Monday attending the Masonic Lodge. Mrs. John H. ' Williams and mother, Mrs. ,Keho, who have been vis.ting Mrs. D. N,. Williams for the past two weeks., returned to their home in East St. Louis. 111., Tuesday. ' ' -- ."T. " ' "' aia''g'Ma''','M .1 KRUEGE R&SONS -- f!"?tM;n'a'M -- Li i'"i wirown ijwiimiminjjxii.jmjmeggwxr,!najtj!MiMima MT. VERNON, KY. Ex-Sheri- ff SHOES L"iss,,'Ts SUGAR . Poit-ofTi- 1',' ood-clo- n and-Mar- FIND Iu' lip , . f . of-o- ur Don't Rtiso! n i 1 -- jia A Few and B Than Ever. vy Pairs Mens UF ?!!.I..II.L!UIJJ4MIUIia.-U..J,IMJlUUMg- Will DO first-clas- Shoes. Sell at greatly Reduced tpEthe Reductions: XicWies .29-3- 1. to-da- y. first-clas- to Men's Shoes, Regular Price Now at cents and up. Fail to Come While these Shoe Bargains are offered OH. 2o-3- t. JOIMAS IVICKENZIE MT. VERNON, graud-daughte- r, " Mac-cedoni- a, WILLS GRIFF Practical Undertlcer N .'" e w Pnnlnffl n". ' .WA ,. .JV .i to-da- ORDERS THE . jftT. Ed-misto- MT VERNON, 'fa. s. .' f. ' s.-e- s g -- t -- Uii1 .'.''- . '..,. gttawamsnffjnr ww5f jju4uj unjii' ummau mwimji tk'Wjwiw m m jnronwngwirLrgycyMryarjxJraxt.aoatfimiTUfcwtBmrt , ntwOTiiTwmwwwTyjtwmiiwyriax.raT u u jgranajjccraKBCTtapgvpat r ' l TOM re m xSt Af 4 ffJ ral && IBIfc m!K&. 1 km 0 kkk w&f ttffi KfSh u VI S a ffl 1 wi ft w tw fen bH Br M w a K I w at f t NstJw ;4i w . f jui its ft! j?:t. Mfll vurjc -- vwflF oasy a tL-- M 2i'- n- m& bv. n I za jra. u m Kk m. H Wst-- v -- iw . m. r-- N . jKsmssy Sy A i ev Hu van ?Lm W m JX. S- -u V7 v Kl JSJ l 3jf g 1 v IP Wl U JSH. iVA $LM XSSJ j? ,t?K m L Ail. Q5HC i -- ir---a -a- 1- N -- &-V Wir rcilxwjj-lijn- urTrinivfrr Suits Worth Sio -.in i JLJiy VjrOOUS. JVi ! jj -- i nmreiiwiTm,TT!T,' uif .tvui.L.aumLif.irgaLjj.!ttj.aasas? .. 1 If O 8 !- QR Now V, RH. EBRD'S Ci.ltc w,ua ur..tt, w.w,qa.,, 1 t... fe? rr uwQnUiJ. C5J T? 1 r vs7(pi(rfoij Q id Obelisk $4 65. a Jr o mines. Favorite 4, 50. Wuebird 4 25. SHINGLES. 9 , REDUC TION IN ALL OUR LINK OF- - sviiiiuua, iiu uiiiiiiuur uraucs N ,.,. , . ,, ., - o ., rioe . Read ALT."-A bout THEM J.' "BBaif ? S-- PI i,jf . t, WH" HOICE nn t of owv Qntiro l-;v-; J y H R .U. . J. f W V V UU H .1 R U "Tf U I T?' B JAUUm i 1 n A . J IVitO Ull JJILl) 110 ItllVl T r- - IN order to make room for .11 Ci.1 '..,.:.,. prilll OLUUK, MJ till; UllUI lllii m TRAW 1 M (iii I O carload of H ;j 'M.f1 vin 'uifc 4VnTi...-- uv "tvt, ..1 OK in ftl A("i w i v, QHio jiycr aJt, lies t ho nt Orcatlj "pn-a vv vi v v- jhih Will Not Gel Hard in Barrel, Price per bbl. CUT Half I nMi,'iimmcigatuxanaf I r-1- -'" ' - J fpq 4 1 ; Arbuckles Coffee ll cls.i si so. si 90 a thousand. EST and Biggest Stock. EST of all is the lowprices. tuuruieyttuiKS i INTO. HOUK & ADAMS, Eggs saiH!xm!3Z3iffi3as3FaiBsmc 1JC. M h Rm I n. W lArtockles CoIIee 11 els. Big Brick, Main St. IGH Grade; not Shoddy. Phone 75. I IGH Quality; good Values. 1 J IGH Quality; low Prices. n r- rmrat. i j3 fFi 1 Ml jajHMM&iasaaBgsgBBaffigaaEMum'STTrnTiga immarBeaMijjiniiJii.in i rawa im iiHuiaiigtaiiMigiiiiffaaM3wa: mitMmrnTiiiuuumriiiwiiiB n i lajajMuniijimn Hotel Frith v MT. VERNON DIRECTORY. COVlv Road working is the order of the jj . -- ' I i T Charlie Whitehead is at home FustMou- BRODHEAD, KY. t ,Vy, April, July and from Williamsburg. day 11: . GOOD LIVERY ATTACHED Octobi Grove Johnson visited his broth- . . Meet all Trains, Day and Night. Circ thkkhV V.tTtiT Scrnnrf Mnn. pr i,fnrtT nr wi nip Minnnv ,insr. ...w.. - w ww.... ' " "- -' '' da j' in nr t? i. muuuuy . . i.. Newt, beymore contemplates vu,y, i'uuiui ir ana xauroaa i raveling wen i in May atili Third r.,,i,. :.. Sep men Solicited . ijjw setting up a barber shop at finish tember. Will furnish Lunches for all trains Creek. Mt VitNON Policr Court; Third Monday iu each mouth. ' Misses Emma and Minnie Rid- n : J die visited Miss Queen Langford i CHURCHES Sunday last. wnM.i.i:.Mi..i.nr.fci.i--i- .. ' & 3r ' Sundays at ll a. m. and nt Miss Hellcn Singleton visited HotGl '"K lBt COLLIER, Propr. Located at the Depotco-- . R. L. day in each month. County Court. COURT CALENDAR. Fourth Mon .yCoukt. Quj ,,. , w-- .w .,...,. ( The Veranda Stanford, Ky., '7:30 M p. in. JOSEPH COFFEY, PROPR., r '.r Specially equipped for traveling . Presbyterian Holds services on tho men, aampie room on nrsc noor, 4th Sunday, momiugand veiling. " 'A "Bath rooms free to guests. selves at a bean stringing at Mr. ...... ;.. i 4l.n Ur.tt.rwll. t. Ill lw.1.1 Rates. $2.00 per day. ' onoav evening. byterian Hnircli on tlie 3ml Sumlay moniini; Mat Joll.so & and cluing. In each month. Gilbert RobillSOll, a steel shaker Baptist Church Services on the Tiiird at Brush Creek, had his arm hurt M. ' turday night and Sunday. Sunday very badly by a striker running off. MONUMENTAL WORKS, 3chool at 9 a m every,. Sunday. Prayer meeting on Tuesday nights Geo. Hayes, who moed his fam- Brodliead, Ky, ilv to Missouri two years ago, re- Vt; Granite and Marble Monuments MASONIC f xti- Ashland Lodce No. 640 meels.. 1th, Jlon- - turned to maKe KOCKcastle ins and Tombstones. 1 -,. bimdjy clioo D:30 a. in. every Sunday Prayer Meeftng Every Tlmrhdny 7:30 jmii. The imltlic arc cordially Invited to attend nil serWcci. DAVID IIAItTSPlELD, Pastor. . , i , ut:nB f sit ir.,., c,t. ! tirday and Sunday. Miss Nettie Stallsworth. of Liv- lingston, is visiting her sister, Mrs. G. A. Proctor, here this week. Among the sights which interest visitors to Somerset most is seven larKe welLfilled steel oil storage tanks situated just south of the city limns. in capacuy tnere are. x one 01 10,000 two hi 25,000 iwooix , t c 3i:,uuu ami uvo u 15,000 uarrcis-,ni.; " " cf,.nu v...j,,.v..; w.r nw...b- "'" 154,000 barrels of crude petroleum. The tanks are under the careful Mipei vision of Mr. J. M. Harvey and are. guarded day and uight. If visitors are allowed to climb to the top of the receiving tauk to witness the flow of oil from the field, the greatest care is exercised on the nart of the cuard that no matches are about the persons of .The oil flows iu a strc'a,n Jisit0,f om the pipe line at the rate of e nou ni "1C air " , I 9 LAHOMA ANllNpIAN TER. JLJt r h 'n'x I f,t Are bf st rcacRed byiijic Co ton Belt, ynich line' runs two trains dayUroni Mi mplils to Texas', without change. xheseti;airis cimcr reach j .V nir" J (J j dirccnormake close cxnccVonV ror alf parts of Texas, OlalioVna andlndianTerritory. AI SNvvl& sr j&!aCKScffi i UFKIM f 1 & fe a' G M -- V PflllOt. W I you want to lirM a Toxai, wheroJil'crop3 aro rSod homo H0u,O' - rracAivittci J r.n.WYATT.T.P.A., T. W. LaBEAUHE. G.P.ST. 7T W ilf Vk ror a copy of ouTUi indsomo 5 lloinca in llir) South- - ST and "TriroiiBliTefxTswIlli Camera. " Sent frcewiojuny- - C ) 1 J? 2L 1 7 is H W W. Francisco, ) the receiving tank is permeated with gas which 'if ignited would inevltnbiy tiestroy many thousauds of dolIars worth of pil alul other property Journal ', ! ClhClUHATI, CHI9. A., ST. LOUIS. HO. 5 3 1 LVJ 'v-i-i- " ?. " . ALL WORK FIRST-CLAS- S, SATISFACTION GIVE- - N- day, io Am. r pSTUT VHRNON It A. CirAPTHR. No. j:lts every 1'OUUTH iiONDAY at 2 . iu. , 140,-.mTi-N- ' ture home. arasEwra to writo for our confidential letter beforo ilylng lor patent; it may ne wortn money, wo promptly obtain u.o. and Torclgn ap- - MACCABEES- K. O.T. l. No. SI. meets every 1st and 3rd Monday at 7:30 p. in. JAS E HOUK. Com J J PINO. R K Mr. atid Mrs. Joshua Boremg and Miss Minnie lreadway visited i .: . t piuuncuui 1.131 win.-- . i. IClilUVUS ill in the fair. and took tj.u it Mrs.NanqyMcIIargueadMrs. W and TRADE Hi ARKS or return EM-TIattorney 's lee. btml model, BKetcli orploto and wo send an IMMEDIATE FREE report on patentability. We give the liefit legal serviro and ailvico, and our charges aro moderate. Try us. 0pp. U.S. Patent Oflise,Washin(jton, xzxsra Patent SLstwyaps? D.C. Houston McFerron, of Pine Hill, were visiting Mrs. Katie Proctor PROFESSIONAL. Wednesday of last week. Among those who attended the M. L. Brodhead Fair from this place, were J. G. Riddle and two sisters, Mt. VuitNON, Misses Emma and Minnie and Mr. . . y Ky. and Mrs. Jarve Ccok. MYERS, First-ClAs- s v Dentist. I ".'""T Mahomet had just sprung his work. little aphorism. "Knowledge is OFFICE In the Krueger new ower ; UH1-illN-- .. n..ntn:...nH .!! KAtmuutu tV. vciy jjuuu, iut PlIONK NO. 73. Grand Vizier with a green 'look. "Then do we understand that'h-oYsi,ense is horse power 1.1 This being too much tyr the ATTORNEY-ATLAW- , "great prophetvhe went forth and MT. VERNON. KY. reinforced himself with a, poriy. ' . . On 2CO. flo6r Of J Thr Bnnk of Mt. Vernon, on Church given ?"1 atttion S;--' c A WORM KILLER. J. A. J. Montgomery, Puxico, ! mtirt rntitnn Mn ttffitrtc x v.., ...hw, ui"";i "" have little twin girls, who have been bothered with worms all their lives. I tried everything to relieve Ubed them which failed , r me nrst vermiiugc; wiiue two noses Iirr.niTlit four worim. from OM of th the liex't tw0 doseS( QnQ of them mQMntm .. ., tw . . .M. ....W WbW .... ....v ""O " was only relieved of four worms. It js a m0bt excellent medicine." white's Cream' Vermiluge is good for children. It not only destroys ,vorras. ;r l.pi, ,i, pi,nd to n.r. feet growth, wards off sickness. 25c at Chas. C. Davis' drugstore. j - ... r . hav-rea- m f ;: WS WW.'mtl zYJ DFAKflN WHY i ' -- -- -- J You should take a Courso at ono of tho flite?8? e "..rSssay JDuisiiness 3J WW .X':r.lDi!, Va., Ala., Birmingham, Ala., Jacksonville, Fla., Houston, Texas, Columbus, Ga. 4 J' ii. 'Iiu'v 1 KENTUCKY FAIR DATES. r. O I. !,. jjtuuaiuwu, ocpiciuuci o. Eluabethtowu, September Tl -- OrMt Coimm ri'i.il Sehooh of the South. i2,(o founer upll! In successful luslries. riitn tontr.ict, lucked by .1 spcijal deposit of f 1,000.00 js gien i' ii'ir ..r.uluiites In positions paying not loss than $45.00 per .iro tiio linvi-OM- o ii' mtiiodi.iUdy upon gr.idu.it ion, tiHioiUs' i J C" . . 2. )u'i-'- - CO WilliatTis, ,- -- 3 Bowling Green, September ijiasgow, oeptemoer Lwitig, September, 1 Louisville, September Hartford, October Barbourville, Sept. SnniPrMt - -- .., R,.r.f -- , 1. af, 0, b. Pnir y. o 10-110-122-27. 4. . z .iit!i- . r.iilroid f.ifo to our nearest College,. d, up graduation, vrury lent of tuition paid to us nut tiii.r'iujjhh ..itisried 111 if the is. " , Tlo-si- rt Citloi' atA Special Discounts, H 3-- RILEY HOUSE - One Girl Jack tried to kiss me - Phone No. &o. P. B..RILEDY, Prop. D. D. S.; New Fast TO- Train " P. A. Peoainfttoo, M. D WUUiN Ky- - lsst night. Another you do? MJojft 1 uke attain the results. What in the world did up in at ins in a miu- - - COLORADO PACIFIC COAST j; In effect Sunday, May 19th. The new train will leaie St. Louis a m lor uoiu- I b I , mercial men. Good Sample Robin Utn d convenient to Depot. N W Cor. Third and Chestnut Sts. " " " $2 Rates $Qr day LOUISVILLE, KY, uxxrn.utuvjtis. luko. "Oh, , ' n I. was bowels, but regular action cannot be secured until secretes enough bile to make the Inteslinesi execute their .natural funetlfins. Unnat- ura! agitation, caused by cathartics, gS? compcls . Loiuinuai aim increasing aoses to r ) a by agitating the the liver They temporarily cure constitution ' "LoOic UTAH Will be at Miller House Mt ernoo during all Circuit Courts. ' ' ' Pi.kasant, Plkasij. C. C. JC " lVHoOLrilV 1 Miller House, -- i daily the evening train 9,00 HUGH MILLFR, PrMnithto - - -to saru. point , 10 10 p' m. datJy r'w 1 . Xkrol.gh sleeping imi seivite be tween-Ht- . And Louu, Sn I'rancisco JS'Mrthwemi'i pom' t Only line ...... .,' ...,:.' tliit 4r,AO tt fMofc flails ' l a' unjioxi'tickon now oA hale. , K -ms swsrpBTp'Fo ur'iier'inrormiAn, ftddreijs T 'P.', A. IS O. Mfiulu-Or Tons 1, Kv. VK SJvM t) r. c n ' J Paw' r; K. v i v t Aj,r, S' J ni" Headqua rt? -- Undertaker & Embalmer. r ' . , .' TT', CoHrnercUii Mert. rmnnlPl-PljP0l,Jl8rtarertl- '" --. w kH --'; -- - . ' - . , t , Qioi.s hy MlirflnTr? il Tr'JtjpImlit ft jVQtnjuly. fltjpo.ltlieStapweb, Uvftrt ,v , i ,eits 'dchtrdliffos. Harlan, of can do so now, though for years he 'couldn't because he suffered untold agony fiom the worst form of indigestion. All physicians and medicines failed to help him till 'le tried Electric Bitters, which workt'il buch wonders for hitn that a,enFodfud t0 Inotographer k tfl'TT m u m m mw w MB5. jj $ InhfirwijmagnaiaminrtenKig acts on the liver; cures Chills and Fever, and every form of Aialatial, Bilious, Remitting and Inter a. Mi mitting Fevers, and, by going to the seat of the trouble, works permanent cure. FIFTY CENTS PRR BOTTLE. HEHLrtfWI 1 At Clias. " C. Davis' Drugstore "--- dpcpMu btoiu- for dlneas Lntualrd Kidney, - fby t(uild m imlngive new, Voif V' ! life .to em. I 1 , . i',f i r' t. ,"'J,'0"Tl i -i Jv4 au r . rv ClTRFDP'RI'STS .u tii,fiVt . Ballard's Snow Li niment. wh icli cured her all right. I have :ilso , '; u" for 0ci gjojcs frost bituji, useti rn5; ie 'j i i. a'r. uuw ij.1,....ii unit1 'kin en iptions Ir. does the J" w ceimumri' ti Wit i pirnH ,. , j r .oil. ' :n nc ;uid ii ort r ?jot- S jfls i t , ,, s u tt .b Dm. a vt ' j