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VERNON, 110CKCASTLE COUNTY, KY FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1J)0J. NUMBER 7 " 'TELL MY FRIENDS TO BE BRAVE AND FEARLESS, AND LOYAL TO THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE.' ":&' rhe Most STUPENDOUS K. " kiQ EVER MADE TO THE PEOPLE OF ROCKCASTLE, Take Advantage of it at ONCE as These Special Prices May be WITHDRAWN at any foment, COBSE THIS Week if No. 1 Flour , White Swim Patent Meat Lard Arbuckles Coffee Granulated Sugar Fiue Green Coil'ee Bars Soap for $4.25' a 4.1 5, VJ.h ,l barrel. Barrel. 50 Sheets Paper 50 Envelopes Half-gallon edits a pound. Bucket X 10c. to 12.1c. a pound. 10c. a pound. 5c. a 8ic 3 5 pound. to 10c. cents. PaperrTbest Needles Ladies 10c. Ilankerchiefs 3 bars uBig Deal" Soap 3 3 1. Bars Lead 12 Lead Pencils cents. 5 cents. 5 cents. 5 cents. 5 cents. 10 cents. 5 cents. 5 cents. 5 One and One-hal- f Gallon Bucket One gallon best Coal Oil Gents best Collars Gents Nice Ties Men's Good Suspenders Men's Nice Sox Ladies Nice Jlose Good Foot Rule 3 Daniel Booue Cigars 10 10 10 10 10 5c to 10 10 2 'I Q II wmiHOMU l"WWW cents. cents. cents. cents. cents, cents. cents. 10 cents. 10 cents. 1 M MOM will imiiMI MWWMMMKHWM Kf For HUNDREDS and nund reos of oargains Like Above Mentioned o to. GREAT BARGAIN ESTABLISH MENT--IV!- t. WAN TED. Vernon, Kentucky, CONWAY o Dr. W. S Beldon was in Berea y -- STUDENTS! STUDENTS!! their important work are asked to consider the advantage to be enjoyed at Mt. Vernon. BOARDING. CRAB ORCHARD. Levi Elder is moving into what is known as the old Higgins property. Miss Sue Hopper is spending a few days with Mrs. W. E. Perkins. Miss Anuie Bionaugh will atwed-diun tend the Saufley-Euglema- COVE Born, tothe wife of J. W. Riddle, a girl. Delia Proctor, who has been sick, is improving. Mrs. Eliza Cook is visiting relar tives at London, this week. Mr. Cromer is conducting a singing school at Needmore. QUAIL 0 t This term is drawing fast toward 9 close and the winter term will soon open, when it is hoped that a large number of young peoto improve their ple, anxious minds' and for themselves to make the most of life will avail themselves of the opportunity of entering the Mt. Vernon Collegiate Insti- ctM1in(utlinxi have thejbest facilities jtlisjiropos-e- d , teachers added to to the present corps, and to have a Normal Coursb opened for the benefit of teachers and all those who wish to prepare for this proe fession. Also a course is being consevered, which which will be duly opened for those who have already graduated from the Institute, if a sufficient number shall wish to enter this advanced course here, and by. their patrouagc assist in building up the home institution rather than to spend their time and means elsewhere. It is hoped that all the young people of the surrounding country and neighboring towns may have their attention called to their opA portunities at Mt. Vernon. course of reading ou current topics Is encouraged in connection to the regular studies. Also a paper setting forth the most important events is read by a student at the chapel exercises on Tuesday morning of each week. These papers are well prepared and are to appear in the Signal. A regular cou: so of Bible lessons is giveu iu the chapel exercises. These assist all the students iu gaining a clearer knowledge of the Word of God. Vocal Music is taught and many of the pupils are learning with much interest lo read the notes and sing accurately. The Instrumental music is not in any way ueglccted and the number of students in this line is steadiAlso in addition lo ly increasing. the studies of the regular course, thorough training will be given to a class iu elocution and reading, which will be of great value to teachers and all others who 'expect to appear ot speak in public, IM.rt nil AlnrtAi f have-more- post-graduat- Although our fondly anticipated dormitory is not at present to be enjoyed, nevertheless there are mauy pleasant homes in which boarding cau be obtained on very reasonable terms. But here is a novelty in this locality why not "bach" it? The voung peqole.from tne, larm nomes'oi tue .surrounumg country cati secure rooms and board themselves at a merely nominal cost. Many of the presidents of our colleges and other men of note have worked their way through college; mauy have boarded themselves and used every laudable means to economize and keep at their studies. We believe that a great many students from the country could afford to attend the Collegiate Institute here if they only knew how cheaply they could live by boarding themselves. Let there be' a general effort to awaken an interest in the education of our young people. Chas. R. Hunt. PUBLIC SALE. tr 011 I the 12th. ch"UU?&f j AW. LoVerrtwifd and Having decided to leave the county I will offer- - at Public Sale to the highest and best bidder, on Tuesday, November i8tii, 1902, about the hour of 10:30 a.m., my ou ATTENDANCE. , the attendance will be very much increased at the opening of the winter term. Every of the couu-tteacher in the is abked to do si good work iu the young people of his to come to Mt. Vernon. distiict AKo all teachers who wish a further eourfe of preparation for y It is expected that farm containing 206 acres, situated the waters of Silver Creek, in Madison county, Ky., yi mile from White's Station, convenient to schools, churches and mill and 20 minutes ride ou L. &N. from Richmond. This land will be sold in tracts. First tract containing 122 acres lying on north side of pike. All necessary outbuildings in first-clarepair and a fine stock baru costing over $2,000, also two fiue young orchards in full bearing. This is one of the best watered and most ertile farms v madisou county. Tract No. 2 contains 85 acres aud is iu grass and com, finely watered and with good house. I will at the some time sell 20 acres of corn in shock .and 100,000 hard brick and a lot of nice cut stone. Any one desiring to see farm will find man ou premises. Terms liberal and made kuown on day of sale. This land will be sold separately aud then as a whole ' with the bid of accepting the bid realising the most. l?or further particulars addiess, GEO. D. WHITE, Richmond, Ky. T. D.Chenault, Auctioneer. I107-.2t- . ss Alabama, are visiting his brother, Curtip Gover. Boy No. 4 arrived at J. D. Anderson's a few dafs since. His name is Levi Elder. J. G. Riddle will move into the house vacated by Elder, which belongs to Ike Herron. Miss Fannie Langford had a serious fall a few days since, but is able to walk around a little. Miss Arthusa Cloyd, who left here last March, is attending the High School in Greenfield,' III. IBM nfWc?Cr VTrc - A PrnMnr est OUIlUUy. X1CusIOUK mUCO inier- his fine stock .. in showing Mrs Ruth Coffee and handsome Mr. wm. staiiswortn, ot Jellico, ' and farm products. Friend L. T. daughter, Miss Lira, of Hiatt, are came up Saturday to attend the is well pleased with the products of Mrs. spending the week with obsequies of his sister, Mrs. G. A. his fertile soil and says that he can Proctor. raise anythiug that soil will grow; W. A. Brooks, drummer for a Died. On last Thursday even- - even to babies He savs he can Cincinnati shoe bouse, is on the ing Mrs. G. A. Pioctor passed beat the ytatei having a road again after comiug home to She had been suffering for old Democrat that is a fine sneci- vote. several mouths with consumption. "jordon Middleton, who has been She leaves a husband aud five meu. traveling over the Nortwestern children to mourn her loss, The A DANGEROUS MONTH. returned a few days since bereaved family have our deepest States, This is the mouth of coughs, to his native town. colds aud acute catarrh. Do you sympathy. Mrs. M. Gormely will leave in a catch colds easih? Find youself Itid., to BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH. hoarse, with a tickling in your few days for Westport, spend the winter with her daughI. M. McHauy, Greenville, Tex. throat and dn auuoying cough at ter, Mrs. J. W. Cook. writes Nov. 2iid, 1900: "I had night? Then, you should always John Turnbull, who went to rheumatism last winter, was dowu have handy, a bottle of Ballard's Oklahoma last spring, has returned in bed six weeks; tried everything, Horehound Syrup. J. A. Anderto settle his business here, leaving but got no relief, till a friend gave son, 354 West 5th St. Salt Lake his family there and intends going me a part of a bottle of Ballard's City, writes: "We use Ballard's Snow Liniment. I used it, and Horehound Syrup for coughs and back soon. ' immediate relief. Dr. Stapp and family left ou the Rot two more bottles. It cured me colds. It gives remedy for 6th to make their home with their' and I haven't felt any rheumatism We know its the best to iu .daughter, Mrs. O. P. McMahan, of since. I can recommend Snow these troubles. I write this people to try this pleasSomerset. They had made many Liniment to be the best liniment duce other on earth for rheumatism." For ant and efficient remedy." 25c, 50c friends during their stay among us sciatic or neuralgic and $v, at Chas. C. Davis'. rheumatic, and we regret to give them Up. Sn0W rub in "We are conducting a campaign Rev. Ira Partiu, who left here Paiu of education," said the politician. w w fcWJ tVWWVhkJ Hf,W It will bo giatified with a speedy and "Is that all?" asked his friend. stopped in Granite, Oklahoma. effective" cure. 25c, 50c. and $1., "You don't want the offices?" Says the country is beautiful. A at Chas C. Davis'. "Oh. well! It's only fair that1 school in the town of 450 students, where he will start his children Hiram Hayseed AH" the traius teachers should be paid." shortly is one one of the features on this here line is limited. A minister, a mau of prayer, of the place. Drummer Limited? Who stubbed his the against a BEAUTIFUL CLEIAR SKIES. Hiram Havzced Yes; limited lo chayer While" hunting matches in the dark, Herbine exerts a direct influence to eight miles an hour. Was strangled by the choice remark on the bowels, liver and kidneys, WORM DESTROYER. like to sa but didn't dayer. purifying aud strengthening these White's Cream Vermifuge not He'd organs, and maintaining them 111 a only kills worms, but removes the In the stomach of a cow butchered near Montrose. Pa., a good-sizenormal condition of health; thus mucus and slime, in which they k with a brass clasp was a common Cciuse of yellow, build their nests; it brings, and pocket-boofound. The pocket book contained mothy, greasy skirt, and more or xuickly, a healthy conditiou of the a roll of bills and 43Ctd. in change. less of pimples, blotches and body, where worms can not exist. A shingle nail aud a hair piu werei also found. x 50c. nt Cha. C. Davis' 25c. iai Chas. C. Davis'. . g, Charlie Rogers is down with Saturday. typhoid fever. Uncle John Blazer was here Steve T. Proctor went to Kaoxv Tuesday. ville, Tuesday. Perry Wright has been quite J. S. Gadd was here from Richmond, first of the week, on busi- sick for several days. ness. Dr. M. L. Bryant was in this Our friend, F. L. Thompson, was pari, oaiuruuy unui iuiiaay. thejConway, merchants, Jlast, WjilieSuttonson1 0 - i I wab ton, is reported .1 little GeorSuP ay. twor-oidfSSf- s for $50. better,, at Dr. Elmer Nortlicull was here this time. Newt Seymore is carpentering fnr tlm P.iV Will Tit,mcr Pnmmnv i frOIU Nicholasville, last week on w - 'wvmjwmu ww rft The people arc rejoicing over T Elder J. W. Riddle filjed his ap- business. the nice weather and L. C. Smith is rushing things pointment at Buckee, Sunday ing is the chief occupation. right along, lumber and staves are last. Dr. Proctor sold a sow and pigs coming out from Copper creek in Mr. and Mrs. Louis Peters, of to Sam Acton for $14 Gran Louisville, are with relatives here abundance. Rogers sold to Adam Pence, of James Saylor, who has been un' this week. Stanford a horse for $87.50 able to work ou account of having a Mrs. Ance Boreing, of Maret-burJohu Stringer sold to W. B. Bur- was visiting Mr. and Mrs. knee cut, has returned to Ander- ton, of Lancaster, a pair of horses son county to resume work. Joshua Boreing, last week. A. G. and J. M. for $155 We had the pleasure of calling Craig sold to Dr. Price, a saddle Mrs. M. Dowel, of Corbin, came L. T. Stewart horse for $80, and bought of Geo. up Saturday to attend the funeral.011 "le ( 1 coin-gather- 4- aTU v parted r- Ma-ge- e. a mule colt for $25. G. A. Mojgan bought of Mary E. Herrin, a mule colt for $26.50. s, three-year-awa- y. . I A STARTLING SURPRISE. Very few could believe in looking at A. T. Hoadley, a healthy, robust blacksmith of Tildeu, Ind., that for ten years he suffered such tortures from Rheumatism as fevr But a could endure and live. wonderful change follow.ed his tak"Two boting Electric Bitters. tles wholly cured me," he writes, "and I have not felt a twinge in over a year." They regulate the Kidueys, purify the bloocl and cure Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Nervousness, improve digestion aud give Only peifict health. Try them. Socts. at all druggists. l 11 r .1 a 1 mIH nn'I J?1"' L' hardly breathe. tnen tried Ayer's uncrry rccioini, uu u iwv i mediate relief." W. C. La) Jon, rnnll -- VJ Siicil, 111. wWOwmMWMAWT"1 s. How will your cough be tonight? Worse, probably. For it's first a cold, then a cough, then bronchitis or pneumonia, and at last consumption. Couehs always tenet j; i downward. Stop this downward tendency by taking Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Three tlics : 25c, 10:., $!. -- d ff"- All "Mm ihijIs. "- -' f black-ihend- s. rvntnlt vnur iloetor. If h f?t tako i It, ot tc if tlun Uo a lio iy ta'iIu !r. IU yU own. to tako It. thn don't. Lo.ito it wit" mm. .1 . ; I smsaxiaxsjsscdesammm A I "Si'IEO". . lJ . 1L 1 ' 1 L' "",, Iklll ) .... M. . wyu muj iJwy'muTMKzywKTaMiaaaaKaofciJgjcgKtnaLJHBagacBa V r22 moiid h ajBosgajaenMra; rnnxiMSBJ&Txaaaix&tJM&iaBzmnmBXttanri -- r. -- J! w Whou if Wednesday ou account of went on to w field. the death of Mrs. James Brown came to dovvn-iiuht lur I the LuJuuJJii Iff WMi!MzBM&&i6&& Mrs. Francis Mershon and faulhe was the v.uM lemniktible Mis. Robtrt Payne died Tuesday, tily moved Tuesday in oue of Mrs. v member I ever .lv " Fkiday, Novbmheu 14, 190i November nth, at her home near Sue Mulhn's houses on Maui St. town, after a lingering illness of 1 '1 here -s fcrffify v ... W. B. Dillion was in Stanford Ma 0& Eey yaffil . Vj tsan.tin jju'h'nr not n I Pdrt i vzv , vm& consumption. She was about 25 Friday. -- Mr. and M. B. King, of rriHw v! (A "T PS? rjv V n thousand. mile avv.n; vlo w u tsf a Published every Friday by years of age. She leaves a hus- Pineville, passed through here Satc::rtme-ltwo mothers, urday en route to Lincoln county nice licusekeepci . band, EDGAR S ALBRIGHT. tuudt'.si in his n t.nietiut.t; one a sister and lather to mourn their Mr. and Mrs. W.irren Stark left loss. She was a christian and died lor their hew home at Lebanon wlu ctn 00k to leiUvimu, milk SUBSCRIPTION ONtf YKAI4 $I.OO in full faith and the happiness, of Juuitioii Tuesday. ix cows, attend the gulden and meeting her Savior and loved ones The Kind Ton 7o.o AIv.r.-'- TSr.tr&ht,, V.- -:! '." lilclv has Uccn incidentally shuck il intle corn loi gone before. Jti iieo fov ov-- t .X . fa: 3, i:nt Uovu,c.l..c !'ij::r.uivo ot Anyone knowing of the hogs. Advertising rates made known on C R Asleep in Jesus, perfect restl 4 .14. ni'.a Ints Uceninn,o r.t.ncsr ma pur-such a gul will pkas-- . let him know application f Whose waking is supremely blest, r'aiml ciipovvlsioxv r!:ic 2 itT infancy. (BY JET.i No fear, no foe shall dim that hour, through the columns i.f TiiK Dkmo-crasVz M4irCi Allow no 0110 to rtocoh a 5 ou la this. r.vo but That manifests the Savioi's power. Give every man a fair deal sitice Sh'.' nuit also be P. S All Cnuntcri'oit. Itnltivtlons ami " Ju8t-r..-Kt- t" Iir.NNlNGER, II. II. trS.'lo with nndoml.'uijr.ci'tho Iienltli of Experiments th.tfc Of Wayne county Is a candidate for State stylish and a j.iod looker. Win Mrs. Minnie Hooper and sou, of you want one ourself. '1 lensurcr, subject to tlw nctton f tit Leb'aiton Junction, are the guests InthutB and C"i;lr-::- - 33xpcrlcnco nsninsfc lixpcriment. Chester Demociai Customer You said this suit Democratic jmrty. of Mrs. W. F. Perkins and Miss i2ECT The girl who c do all thS things would wear like iron. Lama Greer. Mrs. J. E. Davis Ti'f' We r? ftathnricd to announce the (0 which the bachelor nlove leleired Clothier Well, didn't it? and sister, Miss Jennie Hammonds, HON J N SHAM' 1 of requireCustomer Too much so. It's to mentions in ln iKinnlcp ; snbsl ituto for Castor Oil, Pare--goriAs a ennrihlnte for ''otniHomicaHli'a Attor- spent several days this week in Cistorl.a V Miss Ella Howell en- -' getting rusty already. ments for election to his good ney, gnbjuct to the action of tlie Ucimbl'cau Louisville. Drops and Soo.hincf fjyrups. It. U i'lensunt. It par.y tertaiued a number of her friends, traces, is certainly a competent and contairj ::e:tl:cv Opium, Slorpfilno nor othor Nmcotio May Oh. I hate these magazine at the Mullins Hotel. Monday evensubstance. Hi iv;a iJ ii'i guarantee. It. destroyo WrniB u companion, convenient sort ot Ahout H12 biggest republican In ing. Messrs. Chewning, Sanders serials! and ulhiyu Fevirij.imesH. Ifr cures Dinrrluea. and Wind but the girl who would do them and Beard came home from Mt. Kentucky the one who Colic. It roliovcs Teething Troubles, euro." Constipation Edith Why? deserves 110 better fate linn to be Vernon, Sunday. Arthur Bottler, mid Plutulcricy. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tlio holds the most enviable position of May You can never j tell how a hooked for life to jusi tho sort of John Argenbright and Frank BurStomach and .bowels, giving healthy and natural sleop. them all is, ConRressman Boreing ton were here Saturday and Sun- story ends until it is finished. villian as the gentleman Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. ot the "Bloody" Eleventh. Ne t day - D. S McKinney, J. C. Hock-e- r j". Picrpont Morgan's earnings referred to by Of Tiik Democrat. March,- the only great and illusand W. C. Mullins, are in the are 1 M CEKUDNE Cheap course Clark county will find it 42 millions this year. trious Dcboe will .step down and mountains of Eas.ern Kentucky, enough. We would not undertake difficult to keep its maidens from Bears the Signaturo of cut, to be succeeded by the Hon. this week.Mt. Miss Bertina Mitllins to own and run the world for a ecu t brushing visited at themselves up in that Vernon, Saturday. nsss: J32T2EKS32S Jp.ues B. McCieary and then there siess&J s mad rush to seize this bargain-counte- r There will be a miustrcl less. Somerset Journal. will be left only) one Republican show, at Calloway Hall, Thanksoffer. Lexington Leader. Ethel What is more aggravat from Kentucky and in his hands giving eveuing Nov. 27. Misses will rest the entire Republican Nellie Thompson and Brown are ing than a man who tells you of STARTLING, BUT TRUE. patronage of the State. If there is established 3t Mrs. Harry Thomp- his love and never mentions matri"If every one knew what a grand not much money ltft for the Judge, son's and will be glad to meet the mony? medicine Dr. King's New- Life ladies of Livingston. We would Edith Oh, a man who tells you after he gets through making his be pleased at all times to make any Pills is," writes D. H. Turner, of his money and never mentions race, he will, no doubt be perfectly kind of announcements for our Year3. Dempfeytown, Pa., "you'd sell all in Use For Over contented with the honor alone, churches, but able that all items be matrimony. THK CCNTAUK COMPNy, TI MUBPY StfltCT, NtW YOPK CITV. you have in a day. Two weeks' which he will get out of it this given in early The Delsarte enAccording to an official report use has made a new man of me " tertainment Saturday evening was there were between January 1, time. 1901, Infallible for constipation, stomach success financially and otherwise. Mesdames Magee and and March 31, 1902, 1,844 strikes and liver troubles. 25c. at all drugParker, GoviU'KOR Beckjam should be in Italy, involving 438,000 men. gists. Hen-drortss, ortK'N satisfied to step down and out. He Smith, Misses Dillion, Doan, s Cabell, Mullins, Tubbs, Parsof these strikes, orhad honors and emoluments of ley, Hays, Sambrook, Mitchell, has ganized by the socialists, resulted office sufficient to satisfy any ordi- Anna and Lizzie Fishbaek. and Ltt-l- a favorably to the men. nary mortal and .should not offer Argenbright, Messrs. Harry Lee, For Infants and Children. "You bear it like a little man," himself as a candidate in the race to Will Soden aud Fred Stark were the home talent represented. The said the demist, after he had pulled The Kind You Have Always Bought conn.. Ke should let .well enough Dude Drill brought down the alone and not tempt fate too far or house. If you have any visitors, or the tooth. Bears tho "Huh!" exclaimed Tommy, "I'm Signature of he may later regret that his ambi- go visiting yourself, please inform I bear tion led him to overstep reason and us of the fact, so we can make men a heap grittier than that. Let the Governor tion of it. We want to give all the it like a little woman." commousense. The promised boom in ginseng For Tommy was an observant nursery stock was somewhat de- keep his name out of the pot if he news and will be thankful for any favors shown us. Telephone No don't want to see it 'bile' over and rS or leave items at the drugstore, "sv' , Jayed, but it came to the Pulaski ' y&ft'rsfl dealers like an avalaiich duriVghe w put out the fire. James D. Black or just "any old way." so we get 'life Steam Auto'So via the Cfttton Delt. from St Louis, Thebes, Cairo and Memphis, B first and third Tuesday of each month, beginning October 21st. is the man of the hour and has them. past wsck or two. Orders for two using that thing to reduce your ticKets, for Smith Kelley was in Mt. Vernon weight. more for his party and people year old roots first and yearling done I shouldn't think there than any other to be found in a Wednesday. Boston Durham was would be sufficient exercise in it roots following thick and fast comin town Tuesday. Ben Cox, travround-tritickets, one fare phis $2.00, to points in Missouri, month o' Sundays. pletely exhausted the stock to Nominate eling salesman for Brooks Meaa &. for that." Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas, Oklahoma and v Indian Territories. Black and li;o election is assured. spare. The "Kentucky"" and Write for particulars and cost of ticket from your home town. "No, but every time the water Co., is in town this week. Chas. Chandler, a flour aud meal drum- gets low I loose about five pounds "Cumberland Mountain" nurseries Tho Cotton Holt niru sotll throturh trnlrn lo Texas, equipped with tho , most modern and comfortaMo cars. Tlico trains miUo quick tlma from Ed Wal- mer, of Pittsburg, was here MonA t.kkt-jiands unci direct connections for all imrts of ilia tircat Southwest. have also sold everything they will expecting it to blow up.'' If you arc sccklns a bettor iilacoto locale, writ" for a freo coyof Somer- day. ton's papei : "As usual the Nelson Griffin, of Maret-bttrour hindtome llluttmted booVlcW, Ilomci In tho Soul liwcsl uud let go and the demand is yet con Thronah Tciai With a Camera. is visiting his daughter, Mrs. "Yes," said Mrs. Comtossel, tinuous for more. These orders' set Republican is wrong. We did I.. O. SCUAEFER, Traveling Pnsscngcr Agent, Cincinnati, O. A. Mullins, and .son, David "the trusts has brohe up our son, not say that Mr. O. H. Waddle J. E. W. Ln DEAUME, General Pass, and Ticket A0l.. St. Louis, Mo. were from every section of the Griffin. from dffl went to the republican party for LexingtonEd. Owens was here Mrs. Josh." country wherethe reputation of our Svnday. Mr. and "Did thev crowd him out of splendid nurseries has reached. office. What we said was plain John Magee, Mesdames Mahala enough for any numbskull to, un- Carson. Brack Hayes, Wilmoth business?" 'I ImTTtTV. it II The smaller gardeners, nearly a aanBtesaatajaxas "Yes. Josh says that a man with derstand except possibly Mr. Hans-forc- Poynter and Ballard Mullins have Theytemporarily "8 "3 8 euro huudred ill number, scattered over constipation jes a million or two of dollars this county, should take heart and Having known Mr. Waddle been on the sick list this week. ea,&k3o by agitatig the Mrs. Ed, returned nrauy years, and aware of his Saturday WoodallMaretburg. home doesn't stand any show against the push their enterprises with all posfor bowels, but regular action cannot be secured until -- tlie liver from Mrs. large Jaw practice, we are surpris- Bessie Murphy, of Lebanon Junc- mouopolists, an' he might as well sible earnestness aud vigor. It iaa j secretes cnoucli bile to make the JntestincsR execute .tne r natural lunct ons. ? unnat ed at his accepting office. Certain- tion, is visiting Mis. J. R Stucky. quit saviu' up money." ICTrf nmnbtfl 11ml nr'tf4l. fnA V... fritni i solid fact that no oue should quesrni . jm a uiai iir.ii.iuu.. ). vaucu uv ).auiaui3, vitjt tuww vr: Miss Ella May Saunders is at ly froai a financial ..standpoint he nr.i increasing Mabel Poor Eliza! They say tion, that the ginseng industry of 1 continual anutlie results. uoses 10 n attain will give a Delsarte Corbiu. She can not, afford to do so.' , Pulaski county, now iti its incipi-encEntertainment there in the near he married her for her money. will ere long .become the he earned it. Mrs. Lewis, Tint Lancastrr Rucord, one future her brother, John of Jellico, acts on the leading industry of the county, makRejnolds, visited Mr. Justwed Shall I order anyof Kentucky's best weeklies, at the Riverside Mansion last week. liver; cures Chills ing more money and faster than thing for the house on my way to and Fever, and every form of any other agricultural branch of will be issued Friday's heieafter. Mrs. l Dillion, Atwood and the office this morning, my dear? Malarial, Bilious, Remitting and Inter business. Somerset Journal. We wish Louis would issue his Lynti Neal, are visiting Mrs J. H. Mrs. Justwed Yes, love. Step mitting Fevers, and, by going to the seat of the Miss Glad Tucker, at Maywood. sheetdaily. ASLEEP AMONG FLAMES. trouble, works permanent cure. den Ewers, of Mt. Vernon, was the at the grocery store and tell them FIFTY CENTS PER DOTTLE. Maggie Breaking into a blazing home, bag of salt "'Hie republican' vot- guest of Miss Tuesday. Sambrook to send up a A. right away. Mrs. Monday and And, George, tell some firemen lately dragged the OF 28TH JU-- ' DICI A THE J. Samms was in town shopping them to be sure and see that it is sleeping inmates from death. FanL DISTRICT. C. Tuesday. Mrs. L. C. Smith and cied securit3 and death near. It's fresh. son, of Wildie, were the ,The candidacy of Judge Morrow little way when you neglect coughs guests of her aunt, Mrs. W R. A writer in speaking of-- a Louisi that and Mr. Snadoan for the judgship Dillion Sunday and Monday. Mrs. and colds. Don't do it. Dr. King's SiStwlS ,.7SjUZ; ftVafi" of this judicial district developed ana "culltid" person says: "The J. E. Singleton is visiting her sister New Discovery for Consumption audi bitterness between their Freeman nea'r Somer- negro would butt anything that gives perfect protection against all Mrs. friends as to do incalcu- set. Laura Dr. W. J. Childress visited happened to cros him, and if he K anr Prntinnl nntirmn -- ..vwv.v. w.-v,...- , Throat, Chest and Lung Troubles. lable 'harm o tlie Republican party. hoiuefolks at Orlando Sunday. had ever had occasion I Sijfes& rff. ' J'iV,bAZZT?!-P&:WrTT.T. UT? A T 'lUTT? ' don't --sup Keep it near, and avoid suffering, .. . To Avoid such results these gen Mrs. W. ' 44 J. Childress visited her pose he would have drawn the line tlcurcn have by mutual consent, parents at Pint Hill. Miss Gerdeath and doctor's bills. 'A y wvs-- , 2IZ. and the consent of their respective trude Martin returned to Brodhead on a billy goat, a ram or a, bull. . TrirrvXTrfer A t fsrTr .'ff. stops a late cough, friends as far as they could be con- Sunday, She was the guest of The incident I have iu mind con (Oni: Day Only.). use the mest stubborn. sulted, withdrawn with the under- Mrs. Susie Tharp. Kin Pike and vinced me that he would not draw fti-numerous condition where ylaascs arc required, and standing that I would agree to an- family, ot Wilmore, and Mrs, MarHarmless and nice tasting, it's TIIEltl relief; HEADACHES, DIZZINESS, DARTING PAINS nounce my candidacy for that tha Payne, of Gum Sulphur, were the line. Que morning he got out guaranteed to satisfy by all drugin oyc ball or temple, binarting or burning sensation in or to the horse lot earlier than usual office. To do this 1uvolved a great gists. Price 50c and $1.00. Trial here ou account of the death of your CIIILDHEN'S EYES. Dillleult cases solid- DON'T pais'onal sacrifice gj my part from Mrs. Bob Payne. Mts. Brownlie and was in a bad humor for some bottles free. W 1 ted. OFFICE hourn: a. m. to 4 p. m. HOTEL, Mt. a..usi.icsst'.dndputnt, and will en-l- of East Bernstadt, is visiting Mrs. reason. He staited to take his JULLER Vernon, Ky (j on me official duties I neither Van Nuys at the Sambrook bad feeling out on the mule he was v W22S$3EmimM!2Sm sought or desired, but through the hotel. Ed. Shay went to plow with during the day. The d urgency of both of these to Covington Wednesday. Sam first thing he did was to smash his Leadliam-r-Onlthree Mrs. thir friend. I finally Hrenton.ot btonega, w va., was months married and I've rl ready yielded U he demand to relieve1 with his friend, Doc Calloway, water jug over the mule's head. the htrahid situation and prevent Tuesday. Bob Cole of Barbour- - This did not hurt the mule so much qwakened from my dream. disrcpiioc in the part'. Mr. Leadham Thunder! you're Watchmaker ille, was at the Riverside Mansion and did not satisfy the .negro. He hi luck. I wish something would I am Uurcfore a candidate su- Wednesday. The ladies ot the was iu oue of his more violent fits. and Jeweler, church are holding Grabbing the mule by th&ears with blet jo the action of the Republiawaked tne from my nightmare. can .l'arty, to b" expressed in house to house prayer meeting V -a rt2J8S--ALL JEWELRY REPAIRING County and Disrr'"'. Convention to this week. They were entertained each baud he pulled himself back a LUCK IN THIRTEEN. vc odd on cue 15th and 22nd days at the Sambrook hotel Tuesday, full arm's length and landed his r I:t each pound package of NEATLY DONE.- By sending 13 miles Win. Spirey, t or oveiuber, tj02. and by Dr. and Mrs. J. S, Cooper head with great violence on the top of Walton luirnacerAt., fiot a uox with your banner I Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. John of the mule's head. If the mule An Apprenticeship of 3 of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, that is to carry it to victory, and R, Carter and children are visiting j r'r had been struck between the ears a skilled worktc 'he vople 1 guaranty a faith- - Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Preston at Jel-icwholly cured o horrible Fever sore ycavs-uiulo- r viHir.QW until Christmas will fillan'.1 conscientious discharge of Nothing else could. man,- is my recommendation. on his leg. this week.-- , There will be. Bap- with an ax he would not have ' t bu..MUJIIIS Positively cures Bruises, Felons, the high trust reposed in me. tist services at Calloway Hall Sun- dropped to the ground more quickTERNIS reasonable and all instructive 50 dtiterent ,Sotner;j:i, Oetouer 28, 1002 day 16th conducted by the Rev. J. ly.' He fell like a'.deajF ox. But Ulcers,,,. Eruptions, Boils, Burns, Call at D. C. Poynter's ' Respectfully, C. Carmical, of Mt. Vernon. Rev. he got up agaid.t' Tli el negro was 'tfttantl n Prrn Cinnin ' Corns (Und Piles. Only 25c. Guar- Store, Main street. Ml. " . " . O. II. WADDLE. , W. E. Isenhart was called to Rich- - apparently satisfied aftfii tins and ','jv Clroccrs. anteed by all druggists. -. , ultra ivltVernon Signal LIVINGSTON f- 1 -- three-childre- I ie-t- n y B S A PS. , S-&-- t. 11 ?s C I1.-- c, iS-kar- at - rJAK OH At-WA- Yb- first-clas- - Tlie KIM You Have Always Bought 30 n, Two-third- T ria Cyffl&i Mmm IlilliilHliM lift EHHiiii si. FT one-wa- y wrii J 1 lalf the p One-WavBate.Dlas- 'S2, kr g, h -, onst 1 1 T f I -- w - a - 1 y, Tom--We- ll, In Ru-sel- to ers five-poun- d -- At Chas. Davis' Drugstore I ,Mfii Dr. R. Goldstein, .'Phwcioinn ' V A -l-- ul pei-siste- ut slier Hotel -- -4 A, A. A. rf ne-'le- I a. 1 geutlc-meruan- w. h. JONes, K -- I o I 5 work-warrante- v-- . L -- t- -- V hmwi n wu bjh 4$jtmau'iif iuiiiui w.i"ju.gjfi 'jr.acmxag--.- '! iHmn'Miwn V nvHimuinsuM'x'nRS'vrwnniicnLC - -- r -- j W mond Wednesday on uccount of went on to tlu- iiel'i. ' When- - if liar headed-ne-.- s the the death of Mrs. James Brown came todovn-iijli- t ATrc Krnnnic Tnrulintl nnfl Inm he was the intt leinnikuble M.S. Robtrt Payne died Tuesday, n lll0ved Tuesday in one of Mrs. member I ever .av " November nth, at her home nenr.c,,,. MniUn's limits nn Mnin St. Fkiday, Novkmijkh 14, 1Q0'2 town, after a lingering illness of W 11 Tlillirm tonu in Stnnfnrfl 'I here isaViytn tu.'he'nr not a She was about 25 consumption LMr. nnd M B. King, of thousand. mile nV,i; vh: wu IS a , years 01 age. Mic leaves a hus - l IIIW .,;n Published every Friday by ,i (III I 1U IJtlf71V.il .i,..,,..,, 11V.IV. VJUi- i ss e::trenic-t- y UUIl band, three children, two bi others, ttrd'iy on route to Lincoln county nice liiMisekecpei . EDGAR S ALBRIGHT. modest in his n q.nuMnei.t; one a sister and lather to mourn their Mr. and Mrs. W.irreu Stark left loss. She was a christian and died lor their hew home at Lebanon whi cm 00k to eiUelmii, milk $I.OO in full faith and the happiness, of Junction Tuesday. SUBSCRIPTION ONI5 YKAIt mx cows, attend the garden and meeting her Savior and loved ones incidentally shuck u. tittle corn lor gone before. Anyone knowing of the hogc-- . Advertising rates made known on Asleep in Jesus, perfect restl such a gul will please let hi in know application Whose waking is supremely blest, (BY JET.j through the columns 1,1" T11K DemNo fear, no foe shall dim that hour, That manifests the Savioi's power. Give every man a fair deal since ocrat. P. S She must also be II. H. IinNXlNGER, you want one yourself. Of Wayne county is h can JiJate for State stylish and a Miod looker. Win Mrs. Minnie Hooper and sou, of f tli 1 lenitirer, snhjcvt to tliv action Lebafion Junction, are the guests Customer You said this suit Chester Demociat. Dcuiecrntic puny. of Mrs. W. V. Perkins and Miss The girl who c rto all the? things Laura Greer. Mrs. J. E. Davis would wear like iron. We mh atlinried to announce tlio which the bachelor above teleired Clothier Well, didn't it? and sister, Miss Jennie Hammonds, HON J N SHAIU' 1 of requireCustomer Too much so. It's to mentions iu As n rnniliilate for ''oiHinon wealth's Attor- spent several days this week in Miss Ella Howell en- gettiug rusty already. ments for election to his good ney, snl)jct to the action of the Itcimbl'cnti Louisville. par.y tertained a number of her friends, traces, is certainly a competent and May Oh. I hate these magazine at the Mullins Hotel. Monday eveti-incompanion, convenient sort 01 Messrs. Chewning, Sanders serials! About the biggest republican 'n but the girl who would do them Kentucky the otic who and Beard came home from Mt. Edith Why? deserves no better fate tlnn to be holds the most enviable position of Vernon, Sunday. Arthur Botner, May You can never tell how a hooked for life to just the sort of Argenbright and Prank Burthem all is, Congressman Boreing Johnwere here Saturday and Sun- story ends until it is finished. ton villian as the gentleman ot the "Bloody" Eleventh. Ne t day - D. S McKinney, J. C. HookJ. Pierpont Morgan's earnings referred toby Tin; Democrat. Of March,- the only great and illus- er and W. C. Mullins, are in the are Cheap course Clark county will find it 42 millions this year. trious Dcboe will .step down and mountains of Eas.ern Kentucky, enough. We would not undertake difficult to keep its maidens from cut, to be succeeded by the Hon. this week. Miss Berlina Mitllins to own. aud run the world for a ecu t brushing themselves up in that visited at Mt. Vernon, Saturday. Jiu.ies B. lcCreary and then there s mad rush to seize this bargain-counte- r minstrel less. Somerset Journal. There will be a rill be left only'', one Republican show, at Calloway Hall, Thanksoffer. Lexington Leader. Ethel What is more aggravat from Kentucky and in his hands giving evening Nov. 27. Misses will rest the entire Republican Nellie Thompson and Brown are ing than a man who tells you of STARTLING, BUT TRUE. patronage of the State. If there is established at Mrs. Harry Thomp- his love and never mentions matri"If every one knew what a grand not much money ltft for the Judge, son's and will be glad to meet the mony? medicine Dr. King's New Life ladies of Livingston. We would Edith Oh, a man who tells you after he gets through making his be pleased at all times to make any Pills is," writes D. H. Turner, of his money and never mentions race, he will, no doubt be perfectly kind of announcements for our Dempseytown, Pa., "you'd sell all contented with the honor alone, churches, but ask that all items be matrimony. Two weeks' you have in a day. which he will get out of it this given in early The Delsarte enAccording to an official report use has made a new man of me " tertainment Saturday evening was there were between January 1, lime. 1901, Infallible for constipation, stomach success financially and otherwise. and March 31, 1902, 1,844 strikes and liver troubles. 25c. at all drugGgv'skKor BfiCK.iAM should be Mesdames1 Parker, Magee and in Italy, involving 438,000 men. gists. Heti-drosatisfied to step down and out. He Smith, Misses Dillion, Doan, s Cabell, Mullins, Tubbs, Parsof these strikes, orhas had honors and emoluments of ley, Hays, Sambrook, Mitchell, ganized by the socialists, resulted office sufficient to satisfy any ordi- Anna and Lizzie Fishback and Lu-J- a favorably to the meu. nary mortal and .should not offer Argenbriglit, Messrs. Harry Lee, For Infants and Children. "You bear it like a little man," .himself as a candidate in the race to Will Soden aud Fred Stark were The Kind Yon Have Always Bought the home talent represented. The conic IXe should let .well enough Dude Drijl brought down the said the dentist, after he had pulled the tooth. alone and not tempt fate too far or house. If you have any visitors, or Bears "Huh!" exclaimed Tommy, "I'm Signature may later regret that his ambi-tio- u go visiting yourself, please inform he I bear led him to overstep reason and us of the fact, so we can make men- a heap grittier than that. tion of it. We want to give all the it like a little woman." Let the Governor counnousense. The promised boom iu ginseng For Tommy was an observant nursery stock was somewhat dekeep his name out of the pot if he news and will be thankful for any favors shown us. Telephone No " , don't want to see it 'bile' over and ,rS or lca.ve items at the drugstore, bovlayed, but it came to the Pulaski ' V&h'raJ dealers like n avalailch dnriligflie D. Black or just "any old way.' out the fire. put James so we get "life Steam Auto 7'So is the man of the hour and has them. using that thing to reduce your past waek or two. Orders for two- Smith Kelley was in Mt. Vernon weight. done more for his party and people I shouldn't think there yc:u uiu ruins msi uiiu ycumug than any other to be found in a Wednesday. Boston Durham was would be sufficient exercise in it roots following thick and fast comin town Tuesday. Ben Cox, travmonth o Sundays. pletely exhausted the stock to Nominate eling salesman for Brooks Mead & for that." 11; o election is assured. Black and The "Kentucky" and "No, but every time the water spare. Co., is in town this week. Chits. Chandler, a flour aud meal drum- gets low I loose about five pounds "Cumberland Mountain" nurseries from Ed Wal- mer, of Pittsburg, was here MonA have also sold everything they will expecting it to blow up.1' ton's papei : ' 'As usual the Somer- day. Nelson Griffin, of Maret-burlet go and the demand is yet con is visiting his daughter, Mrs. "Yes," said Mrs. Corntossel, tinuous for more, These orders set Republican is wrong. We did J. A. Mullins, and son, David "the trusts has brohe up our sou, not say that Mr. O. H. Waddle were from every section of the Griffin. Ed. Owens was from went to the republican party for Lexington Svnday.' Mr. here Mrs. Josh." country where the reputatiou of our aud "Did they crowd him out of splendid nurseries has reached. office. What we said was plain John Magee, Mesdames Mahala enough for any numbskull to, Carson, Brack Hayes, Wilmoth business?" The smaller gardeners, nearly a "Yes. Josh says that a man with Mr. Hans-fonj- , Poynter and Ballard Mullins hae except possibly hundred iri number, scattered over jes a million or two of dollars this county, should take heart aud Having known Mr. Waddle been on the sick list this week. Mrs. Ed, Woodall returned home lor many years, and aware of his Saturday from Maretburg. Mrs. doesn't stand any show against the push their enterprises with all e large law practice, we are surpris- Bessie Murphy, of Lebanon Junc- monopolists, an' he might as well earnestness and vigor. It is a ed at his accepting office. Certain- tion, is visiting Mis. J. R Stucky. quit saviu' up money." solid fact that no one should quesMiss Ella May Saunders is at ly froai a financial ..standpoint he Mabel Poor Elica! They say tion, that the ginseng industry of Corbin. She will give a Delsarte cau not afford to do so.'' . Pulaski county, now iii its incipi-encEntertainment there in the near he married her for her money. will ere long .become the Tom- - ' Well, he earned it. Mrs. Lewis, of Jellico, Tiiu Lancaster Rucord, one future her brother, John Kejnolds, visited Mr. Justwed Shall I order any- leading industry of the county, makof Kentucky's best weeklies, at the Riverside Mansion last week. money aud thing for the house on my way to ing more agricultural faster than any other branch of will be issued Friday's heieafier. Mrs. l Dillion, Atwood and the office this morning, my dear? business. Somerset Journal. wish Louis would issue his Lynn Neal, are visiting Mrs. J. H. We Mrs. Justwcd Yes, love. Step Tucker, at Muywood. Miss Glad 3heet daily. ASLEEP AMONG FLAMES. at the grocery store and tell them den Ewers, of Mt. Vernon, was the Breaking into a blazing home, of Miss Maggie Sambrook to send up a bag of salt TO THE REPUBLICAN VOT- guest Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. A. right away. Aud, George, tell some firemen lately dragged the ERS OE THE 28TH JU-- a J. Samuis was iu town shopping them to be sure and see that it is sleeping inmates from death. Fan'DICIAL DISTRICT. Tuesday. Mrs. L. C. Smith and cied security, and death near. It's little son, of Wildie, were the fresh. ,The candidacy of Judge Morrow guests of her aunt, Mrs. W R. way when you neglect coughs A writer in speaking of-- Louisi that and Mr. Snadoan for the judgship Dillion Sunday and Monday. Mrs. colds. Don't do it. Dr. King's ana "cullud" person says: "The and of this judicial district developed J. IS. Singleton it visiting her sister negro would Discovery for Consumption such bitterness between their butt anything that New Freeman nea'r SomerMrs. gives perfect protection against all friends as to do incalculab- set. Laura Dr. W. J. Childress visited happened to cros him, and if he le-harm o the Republican party. homcfolks at Orlaudo Sunday. had ever had occasion I don't .sup Throat, Chest and Lung Troubles. To Avoid such results these gen Mrs. W. Keep it near, and avoid sufferiug, Childress visited her tleuven have by mutual consent, parents J. Pint Hill. Miss Ger- pose he would have drawn the line death and doctor's bills. 'A at and the consent of their respective trude Martin returned to Brodhead on a billy goat, a ram or a bull. stops a late cough, perfriends as far as they could be con- Suuday, She was the guest of The incident I have in mind consulted, withdrawn with the under- Mrs. Susie Tharp. Kin Pike and vinced me that he would not draw sistent use the mest stubborn. standing that I would agree to an- family, ot Wilmore, and Mrs, MarHarmless and nice tasting, it's nounce my candidacy for that tha Payne, of Gum Sulphur, were the line. Que morningjie got out guaranteed to satisfy by all drugto the horse lot earlier than usual office. To do this involved a great gists. Price 50c ar.d $1.00. Trial here ou account of the death of pgii&rial sacrifice go my part from Mrs. Bob Payne. Mis. Brownlie and was in a bad humor for some bottles lree. auusi.icssi'.andpciint, and will He statted to take his of East Bernstadt, is visiting Mrs. reason. olfici.,1 ciutits I neither on me Van Ntiys at the Sambrook bad feeling out on the mule he was sought or desired, but through the hotel. Ed. Shay went to plow with during the day. The d urgency of both of these to Covington Wednesday. Sam first thing he did was to smash his lh-ifriend, I finally Brenton, of Stdnega, W Va., was yielded to Mic demand tu relieve ,with his friend, Doc Calloway, water jug over the mule's head. the strange! situation and prevent Tuesday. Bob Cole of Barbour-ville- , This did not hurt the mule so much disruption in the party. was at the Riverside Mansion and did not satisfy the .negro. He I am the refers a candidate sub- Wednesday. The ladies of the was in one of his more ..violent fits. church are holding Grabbing the mule by the ears with let o the action of the Republican Party, to b" expressed in house to house prayer meeting Ciuntv and Di.srr-- '. Convention to this week. They were entertained each hand he pulled himself back a full arm's length and landed his I ; ot- odd on tin 15th and 22nd days at the Sambrook hotel Tuesday, la each pound package of 01 November, 1 and by Dr. and Mrs. J. S, Cooper head with great violence on the top n Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. John of the mule's head. If the mule W tvr'rf is,, to carry it to victory, and R, Carter and children are visiting had been struck between the ears to 'he people 1 guaranty a Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Preston at Jel-icvwmr.QV until Christmas will conscientious., discharge of this week. There will be Bap- with an ax he would not have ta free game, amusing quick"the Iu'rIi trust reposed iu me. tist services at Calloway Hall Sun- dropped to the ground more ; r,,; iijMructivc 50 different rSon;er,'X't, Octoucr 28, 1902 day 16th conducted by the Rev. J, ly.' lie fell like a.deail- - ox. But L ' 'A--Respect fully, C. Carniieal, of Mt. Vernon. Rev. he got up agaid.t The negro was . Wri . "',--a and n Gam " W. IS. Iseuharl was called to Rich- - apparently satisfied afte'i this and , O. H. WADDLE. 'c.uv Grocers. Ut. . . ivItVernon Signal LIVINGSTON 1 $&-rW !A ri57 v SKSSSSXKSSSiS &&&&& " .uy. K7 J rAX m w I ", 0- -. IS -- 2v W t '; K-- i 35 ri ', ;f K.r 1 1 S5S zscr. 1 SCRAPS. The JChul Ton Jti .upo fov over All Countcri'oK.i, In.ilnlions nml"Tusfco.:;'v',,A-- s. . irv AIv.V.t Bf.c&lit, 0' pv.3, i:a' uovno -- r. ...1 . S?Z U4cHta tl'.s.S A SfY .m-w--- '- A. u!'.;! I1&3 bcer.Tnft.To rtr.clv i Jtito por- Bonnl mipcrvislon. rlv.ca I' Infancy. Allow no 0110 io ln"t"i o o" i tl'te ' i.-'- Jilcli Ivis I) ecu .. . !...!',"::..v.iiu- ui Inlhuts and BBc:2L Experiment trl.'lo AVilh anclonilnritfortl.o IicnUIi oC ngfalsist Uxpcvhnent. "vo !& 11 ?B Ji:r5i Cl ?2atfZZfiz . II I1.-- -' g. 11 18-kar- at Casiorlrt H. Is.unnlc?; tsiibsf ituto for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops) nr.cl SoollJlnjr Gyrups. It U rienstuit. It contains neiil'.cv Oyluin, Blorpfilno nor otlior Narcotic substance. Hi n;;o U ii-- guarantee. It. (lestvojo WorniB and allnya FoviriNliiicsn. Itr cures Dinrrhcca and Wind Coiistipatlou Colic. It relieves Toclliiiir Troubles, cm-eassimilates tho Food, regulates tho and Flatulency. It Stomach and bowels, giving healthy and natural sloop. Tho Children's Panacea The- Mother's Friend. J n - GEKU6ME av w-jr first-clas- rS jJ ISoars tlio Signauiro oi Af CASTOR I A eztr ALWAYS - The 4 KM You En THS CCHTAUn COMPANY, m Always Bought TT MUflHAT BTASKT, Use For Over 30 Year3. NCW YOPK CITY. ESSSS2!iSSSI2rlS3S3SSiB2 n, Two-third- T . sfflisM 1 fc7 i vt & K'W1" -- 1 Rj ty tA W wan rtt&MtfMMit - rf . w ms- - via the Qbtton Belr, from Su Louis, Thebes, Cairo and Memphis, first and third Tuesdays of each month, beginning October 21st. For one-wa- y tickets, tickets, gne fare plus $2.00, to points In Missouri, .uujoi.uiii, i cxas, Miuiuina anu.inumn luiniuiiua. Write for particulars and cost of ticket from your horrjc town. p '', :." :i. - - round-tri- ucait;. SiJtua & "u"ji MiK'f-HANDK- R g, Tho Cotton rtolt Pint iollJ thrnnirti lrnln In Tccm. equipped with tBo , mot mokrn and romfortahln cars. Tliesu lratn, 111.1I.C qnlck tluio aud direct ronnectlonn for all nr of tlio (ireat Somhwost. if you aro sccklnu alienor plucoto locale, wrlto for n f rco copy of our handtorne lilutiratrd pooLlru, Homes In tho Hontliwi.st and Throiijh Texas With a Camera. s -- ' -- L. O. GCUAEFER, Traveling Passenger Agent, Cincinnati, O. E. V7. Z.a DEAUME, General Pass, and Ticket Apt., St. Louis, Mo. ggS?grvBT-,fji J i ,: .. v v. 'gcy -, p6s-sibl- y, bowels, but regular action cannot be secured until .- -. the liver intestines fsfj secretes enough bile to make the l execute .their natural functions. Unnat ural agitation, caused by cathartics, Egg compebjrj continual and increasing doses to s tne results. attain WfriSHK Qfit I uke TitM M FrVifziS' ''... vCkt ;in n3" .. amsBaaauB icuaccu! by agitating the euro constipation Theytemporarily Pi 1r Ru-sel- acts on the liver; cures Chills and Fever, and every form of Malarial, Bilious, Remitting and Inter mitting Fevers, and, by going to the seat of the troublet works permanent cure. PIPTY JJ!" -- five-poun- d CBNTS PER BOTTLE. ret- wcmnn -- -- At Chas. SS2SCJEGES -- C. Davis' Drugstore ?'." s a '',. 'y:j(jriksm jJ'&u'Jji'i ' 'fiijj.ui iss -( asJBSeWBBte ? arS3SS35wit r& ' "- rO B Physician and Practical Optician .. -- v" fnAey-rm-. . flwiwouvmi WILlv litt AT THE S ul Mtf i T&' y r WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 12, Hotel (Oni: Day Only.) are numoroug conditions where ylasacs are roquirctl, nnd TIIEItU relief; HKADACHES, DIZZIN1W9, DARTING PAINS in eye ball or temple, smarting or burning sensation in or iLuuiib uiu eye. DON'T neirlcot your CHILDREN'S EYES. Dillieult cases soliol- ted. OFFICE bourn; w a. m. to I p. m. MILLER HOTEL, Mt. Vernon, Ky s&gBBZss&assn msasaaE cn-U- ii I H '. geutlc-tneuan- r three Leadham Only months maided and I've rlready a,wakenerl from my dream. Mr. Leadham T builder! you're in luck. I wish something would awaked me from my nightmare. Mrs. W. f ff . JONS, and Jeweler, 'Watchmaker - V&33 faith-fiiljiu- '.' o 1 m. i . a"(tes HkJl - - . t,; SSS!iS'J,,p. ALL JEWELRY REPAERING LUCK IN THIRTEEN. NEATLY DONE. By sending 13 miles Wm. Spirey, of Walton Ifttrnace,At-- . got a box)- An Apprenticeship of 3 of Bucklcn's Arnica Salve, thati yciiva-undo- r a skilled work-o- n wholly cured o horrible Eever sore Nothing else could, man, is my recommendation. Jiis kg. Positively cures Bruises, Felons, EKMS reasonable and all work, Burns 1, s--- 2? c' " ' M & ,V.-s . T l f l&S&jk&JtMnb'K'.tZ i Wmimfati91& j r LOCALS Sm j u - ?A, ; jl" Ml ! fc if 51 1 1TV - IS Q a - Ladies wanting any dress makWell, the corporation has made ing done, should call on Misses another start. The board of trus-tee- s Pretiyfull weather. Brown and Thompson, at fars. met yesterday and took some Mt Vjjunon.Ky., Nov. 14, 1002 H. B. Thompson's residence, Liv- action towards starting it out. on- , Two houses were burned at ingston. Tailer Parson3 commenced this CnU u' 7C you wnnt No 70" when T7f Maretburg. Wednesday night. S3 M toCnmmunl. BOYS. Bring us iron; all kinds morning to assess. CHtd wltli SIQNAIv, Supt.G. M. "Ballard informs, us. scrap iron; will pay you 25Cts. per.j TO THE PUBLIC. that he now has the. money to pay hundred. Houk & Adams, the teachers, Mt. Vernon, Ry. To whom this may concern: 3 lav bs Hay lc6i( Salk. 125 bales of As we see a piece in the last John Nevitts and Warren Hughes best timothy hay lor sale. 'Call and came up from Stanford, Wednes- week's Signal from A. C. Sowder, I LOUISV'UE & NXSHVILIC R. R. CO. see me, W. G. HI ATT. day, to try to arrange a game of of Level Green, concerning Eld. J, ' uov7-4foot-bawith our tfoys for Thanks- - L. Davis accusing him of being a TIME TABLE. Dead. Mrs. George Doan died giving, but on their arrival it was "hypocrite, scoundrel and falsifier A H north io.55 a m at Pine Hill Monday morning from found that a game for an earlier and unworthy the confidence or re26 north 1:04 am we hemorages of the lungs. date could be played, aud nt was spect of all decent people," .' , , 23' south 2:00 p in the Elders and Deacons of the decided to have the game about 15 South 1:39 a m & ADAMS.-Mt- . Verat Providence, r 1 o'clock that night in the lobby church of Christ, -- IF NOT CALL AT- Ias. Landrum, Agent. non, Ky., will take all the scrap of the- Miller deem it our duty as Bro. Davis has Hotel. Proprietor iron you bring them and pay you Phone No. 58. Hugh Miller was center rush and been preaching here two years and " 25c a 100. Messrs. Hughes and Nevius played commenced on his third year, to smett4t the MtTVcrni-a- Ky.. hi itc New phones put 111. One at J. the part of right aud left tackle. say that the above charges arc afl'Clau Mali matter ' W. Parsons' jail, 5C-James F. The Thanksgiving gape was in- untrue aud cannot be proven. & ;; G. B. SUTTON. ) Griffin's residence . 8 Countv definitely postponed. PERSONALS , Elders. : J. L. BROWN, Judge's office now , St W. H. MILLER, ) R. W. Cole, traveling salesman ) Wo Rqgjti flere to Quote Beasley & Co., Stanford, carry and also secretary of the Common J. E. CRAIG, Frank KJillcr has fevcrv , Deac0KS the nicest aud most P. Q. GRIFFIN, j fur bense Oil Co., of Knox county, I.Jt Lawrence is now located in niture to be found anywhere in Quail, Ky., Nov. 10, 1902. Texas. Eastern Kentucky. If you don't Was here Tuesday and told us that . Sunday night as Policeman Hen-- 1 Rev. R. B. Mahony was here believe it go and sea for yourself. his company now had a deal on hand to get a lease on 100 acres ry McDonald, of Barbourville, was , 4 tf. Monday. -- SUFFICIENT TO SAY- of land lying between the Wages walking along Main street he acciCol. J. T. Adams is suffering with B01d Stoves and all.,othcr old and Jones gushers, which means dentally snapped a pair of nippers scrap iron, is what we are hankerrheumatism. General Lino best Grothat they will pretty sure strike which he had in his pocket. To Everuljilfifj iji Ladies Mrs. R. L. Payne died Tuesday, ing after. 25cts. a hundred. his surprise a man who stood lean ceries and some oil, if they carry through the Houk & Adams. of consumption. deal. Backed up by the leading ing against a building suddenly ajid Befite-FurjiisliijicfMt. Vernon, Ky. s Dr. John M Williams went to men of Barbourville, with hustling wheeled around and cried: "All Louisville Tuesday. ZSyHustle out and bring us all Bob Cole, to push it, we may ex- right, CaptLin, I'll go with you; in fact anything in ATW. Parsons and family visited the scrar iion obtainable, anv olrl pect good reports from the Com- I have been expecting this ever J. a general merchant's lino Scraps will do. 25cts. per 100. ' at Stanford first of the week. since I escaped from prison." It mon Sense Oil and Gas Co. Houk & Adams, At Keasonablo Prices. took the policeman some time to Little Maltic B. Sparks has oct- - 24-t- f Mt. Vernon, Ky. Judge J. C. Chenault recently neen very side this week. recover from his surprise, but reThe prospective candidates for came 'into possession of an old covering his presence of mind, reJais. ,Mattie Hiatt, of near Lang-forcircuit clerkship are is follows: deed which was given four years plied: ' All right, then, come along isiow, of consumption. DF YERNON, Willis Siguian, W. A. B. Davis, before Kentucky became a State. to jail." On his way to the station Elisha Renuer presented Dr. Da- Thomas Nicely, J. J. Cook, Lee The old patent is on sheepskin and vis with a turnip. the man confessed that he bad been Rash aud J. F. Griffin, the present is dated Jan. 16, 1788. It was sent up three years from Fleming J. T. Gentry, L. & N. brakemau clerk. made in favor of Catlett Conway, OPENED 1900. was at home for a few days this county for housebreaking and after The Whitehead planing mill is giving him, "to have and hold," week. now working every day in the week. one thousand seven hundred and serving six mouths of his sentence Mrs. M. B. DeBorde visited her The sawmill department is full broke through the guard and es- CAPITAL STOCK. 15 000 up eighty-fiv- e locres of land, lying sister, Mrs. David Henderson, this on supply .of logs, the yard caped. The man gave liis name being on Rockcastle week. river in Lincoln as Chap Gee. The authorities at C C. WILLIAMS, Prks. completely covered. JNeal Parrett, JAS. T. ADAMS, Vick-PreMr. E. D. Hansel gentne in yes- the excellent carpenter and builder, county, Ky. The document bears F'rankfort were telegraphed and W. L. RICHARDS, Cashier, A. B. FURNISH, Asst. Cash. g the signature of Edmund Randolph terday fiom Lawrcnceburg to spend is one of the ujainstays in the yesterday the local authorities reDIRECTORS. a few days. Jonas McKenzie, Geo. Livesay, A. T. Fish, department. third governor of the Commonceived word to hold Gee until a H. Martin, Rod Perry, Vincent Boreing, J. E. Houk. W. T. Smith, who has been very Farm For Salk. I have for wealth of Virginia. The land lies deputy could reach Barbourville. We solicit accounts of firms and individuals. ill for some time, is again able to sale a farm of in what is now Rockcastle county Careiul atten 127 acres, lying on Gee w"as standing with his back to tion is given collections entrusted to us. be on the streets. of- - Brush Crek '. two and is owned by the Big Hill Coal the waters the policeman as he came along and Otir friends aud patrons are invited to call when in town. Mrs. G. W. Gentry.Sr., has re- miles north of' Level Greene, Good Company. Richmond Climax. thought the noise made my the ' Phone No. 55. turned from a visit to relatives at house aud outbuildings. Orchard In a box within circuit clerks of- nippers clasping together was the and well watered. Terms easy. Lebanon Juuctiou. For further information Dr. Hunt is trying to arrange a Henry Catron, Level Green, call on fice here are still resting the bones click off pistol in the policeman's Ky. tf of James S. Millis, placed there hands. It is understood the retrip for the school to Cumberland GO TO- Gap Thanksgiving. The Cumberland Pipe Line Co. more than twenty years ago, af- ward for Gee's arrest is $100. Ernest Ewers' cheerful voice is have reached London with their tel- ter being exhibited jn a trial of perBRODHEAD being heaid again by his many egraph wire which they are put- sons charged with bi nfurder, in ting Up over their route from Somfriends in Mt. Vernon. 0 aboiiWhe close of Pulaski county, erset Xo Parkersburg. W. Va. The Rev. Kiu Pike is in our town to- Elbert Hansel is at home this offieejs. in London Telephone ex- the war, 1864. Thebdqes had re- KY. Mntirr tJttiA day, Wednesday. week on acoouut of the illness of change. 'wjl. his mother, awtebrother. A. E. Albright is buildin a new for Everything in We understand that Mr. Alter, before being discovered and later W..'l ;Rrooks"-v'a3dow- n from of Cincinnati, has purchased the brought to Mt. Vernon as "mute house on Main street. Hazel Patch, .Vchiesday. A big- outstanding stock of the Kentucky witness is of a murder in the Jong Mrs. Sinkhorn, of Junction City, Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, ana General ger heartea 'man' than Tony never Freestone Company, with quarries ago" A letter from Whitley coun is visiting Mrs. R. S. Martin. Merchandise at Langford, aud now ownes the ty making iuquiries in the case was lived. Mrs. Ruben Sherber will return County Attoruey L. W. Bethtfr-u- entire plant. ' Work will continue received here a few days since re- to her home at Cincinnati Ohio. BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES. vigor. and wife will break-uhouse with Phone No. 83. called the circumstances of the The protracted meeting at the keeping and go to the hotel to The Republicans will .meet, in clerks office having given sepul-chur- e Baptist church conducted by Rev. board. convention here tomiorrow to seto Millis' bones for nearly Noel, is progressing nicely. R. B. Mahoney, of Stanford, and ject ueiegates 10 somerset conven- a quarter of a century. tion which convenes on the 22, to Circuit Clerk Griffin are working Mr. and Mrs. Win, Potts, who W W B Ems baa I up fire insurance in Scaffold Cane nominate candidates for Circuit IN MEMORY. have beeu very sick for quite a Judge aud Commonwealth's Attorlocality while, are improving slowly. ney of this district. and FUNERAL DIRECTOR. Whereas, Milton H. Purdom, a S. C. Franklin, jeweler and ginMiss Clida B. Watson has been Mt. Vernon, Ky. seng gardener, has been down with Mrs. Fred Oliver, of Topeka, member of the Mt. Vernon Tent, malaria for a week or more but is Kansas, writes Mrs. C. C. Williams No. 21, of the Knights of the Mac- very sick for a few days, but is imable to be around that the window, which the Jale cabees, lost his life Aug. 25, 1902, proving some to day, Wednesday. 2iwT3jiysSiEs vmu Mr. A. F. Butner, one of old W. H. Jones, the watchmaker, Miss Miss Clara Whitehead dona- in a wreck on the Louisville Southhas had a three weeks siege of fever ted to the First Christian church of ern Railroad, while in the perform- aud reliable citizens, is suffering but is gradually improving aud will that city, had been beautifulU ance of his duties as an emplo)'ee with Asthma and threatened with draped aud massed with flowers in probably he out in a few days. memory of one, who worked faith- on said road, and while in the vig- pneumonia, Mr. I. Gudenrath, the lumber- fully Mr. F. Francisco has charge of and earnestly for the Master's or of youthful manhood; therefore man, was bete with J. N.Sniith, cause. IIEAKSE Attached. Can be it resolved: . the Frith Hotel and Mr. Robert Thursday, and' left for Oklahoma Metalic Caskets and haye BulOr- Collier has moved into" Mr. That iu his vu,crc he has purchased a large Agents Wanted. Traveling der1st. the .Knights 'death the Embalming done on short notice. of of Maccabees ner's property. tract of valuut. and local agents Wanted. Men Come and see me, anything I have not got can get for you on first It-i- s a member, who was conreported that John Tharp, Mrs. Schooler, of near Paint and women to take orders for has lost train that leave the city. Lick, passed through on Tuesdays books on a guaranteed salary of scientious and courageous; his aged who was hurt iu Indian Territory, .afternoon train en route to Bar- - forty or fifty-fiv- e by wire Promptly Filled, dollars a mouth. pnrentsasou, who, regardless of is improving. Mrs. Bettie Tharp OR , bouiville, to visit her daughter, Traveling general agents to ap the hurry of business, took time to Phone No. 6",. received a telegram from I. T. Mrs. L. B. Adams. point two dollars a 'manifest to them his love and devostating that her son, .John Tharp. day and all expenses paid. Now is We met our old friend E. tion; his brothers aud sisters, a was seriously hurt and she left here the chance, be quick. ock, while iu Crab Orchard brother, who was at all times, and Saturday for that point. S. Riddi.r, Gen. Ag't.. day and he told us that he had met , ' Mt. Vernon, Ky. under all circurastauces, agreeable with splendid success this seasoil aud affectionate. iu"lhe fruit tree business. He will OF 2nd. That, in this hour of sadtravel for a saddle and harness TO THE ROCKCASTLE COUNTY: house after the first of the year. ness and affliction, the bereaved I 01 one of my deputies will be parents, brothers aud sisters have The Mineral Springs Telegraph at Green Proctor'sstore on Fiiday the lull sympathy of this Tent and Co., has appointed Miuor Fish, ALSOgeneral manager and James D. Nov. 21, 1902, and at Brodhcad the beneficient Order of which the Saturday Nov. '22; at Liviugston (L preserve nnd pickles, spread Oscar Proctor superintendent. deceased was a member. IftJ a thin coating of g , and Brant, Llod Maret and Miss Eva Thursday iNov. 20, want toSatuaday 3rd. That a copy of these reso say now Nov. 22, t02. I Fish directors. J. D. Proctor secHeadquar- that this will be my last call. Your Unions be published iu the Mt, retary and treasurer. taxes are long past due, and if Vernon Signal, and that a copy be vm-mMt. Vernon. ters jour taxes are not paid on or before put of record on the minutes of 3 WIlIkwiMliem absolutely moloturo nui Hf - , Mr. and Mrs. Tohn K. Moore, of the first day of December I will be MT, ic11 proof. l'tiix'lteilnoili'Mrallliiolauh) K vuya n Fairfield. Nebraka, are here on af compelled and will levy Jto collect. the Mt. Vernon Tent of thejKnigbts i 7 uwful InFulldozen otticrIn ench about llio (J3 Uoune. directions iuckuo. Hold rtoryn hero. fff visit to their sou, Tames Moore. I do not want to collect your taxes of Maccabees, Jand that a copy 5J3 3 STANDARD OIL CO. M We had the pleasure of meeting by restraint tnrt will do so if you be mailed to the parents of the Mr, Moore last Monday, while in force me. The Auditor must bs deceased. Taints and Oils, our t'wti aw' hr told us 1 that he settled with, and the claims against L W. Bethuhum, ) I R O N carefully Compounded atfaU and his wife would icuiaiu in Iven- - jtlie county have to lit; paid and It Cdm. Jonas McKenzie, hours, day or night. tucky until spring, if he did not lo-- ' takes money to , utile them. E."Houk. ) Phone No. 64. II. li TATE, S R. C cale permanently. Mt. Vernon Signal mwrwum'vmK ACTA! ONCE Do Nof DePay GET YOW" BFanfcefs - Decide Today! '.Winfers Comintf You of How oct-24-- tf t. ll 20fh Cenfury Lo.w Prices. or Girl? Are they Fixed for Your Boy the Winter? F U - R oct-24-- tf , Pait-oF.e- e 3. Krueg ef Sons. N I a. 56-2- up-to-da- te PRICES, U 2--- R 10-2- E oct-24-- tf -- HARDWARE, And Lowest PricesTHE EffiK d, jftT. five-poun- d MT VERNONuKY. ll'l-Wirjjj Tf s. opei-atin- -- -- JONAS MT. ViCKEIMZIE VERNON, m p . to-da- y. Practical G Undertlcer to-da- Stock Complete H DERS sub-agent- s, Bull-Tue- s- -- TAX-PAYER- S The Place to Obtain -- CHAS AV Presh Drugs I mm w?mm m Patent Medicines of all Kinds-1 Perfumery, Stationery, Toilet Articles 1 CIGARS AND TOBACCO, PTI PR ESC S V umwi m mj wwwiwwiWiiwuMqMw iai mgmmmmJim'WimMmwwmtwfaamimmzsmM mmm ii wi iimimi hmhwhi turn BARGAINS! - JL4i 1 ' Ji i1 y $$& BrK yfl'l I J VB 1 i I J tJl & jm ' rV&iI Ibtjr S i I -- A.. - vur 5 J -g l.ffl AA opeciai vpuuw C " 'I - IN - r- - - i Offer. pounds granulated Sugar ' 25 cts. JFurniture, Shoes and Boots, Clothing, Ladies Jackets, - Our Speciaf 10 pounds granulated sugai $200, 50cts 15. cts' 5 eta 10 cts ' . io;,ct5-5cts- DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, FLOUR, Offer. pound best roasted cofTee Feed, Saddlery and Harness. buyers. 2 pound roasted coffee bar "Big Deal" soap gallon Imcket Ji I -- - J 2 pounds soda 2 gallon best oil 4 pound best tea I -1 5 ctb. 2 I -- 2 eta. I0 2 cts. cts?- 2 1-- I OUR - STOCK is complete, at prices to interest the 2 bars "Big Deal" soap 1 and a half gallon bucket I 1 5 cts. 15 cts. I 1 Our Terms; Cash or Produce. JUl IVIOILU- - have them do unto vou." 4 pounds 1 1 1 soda ;- gallon best oil half gallon bucket " , """" 2 pounds good flour pound lard Total 25cts. 10 cts. ! I I I Houk Plione 75. CURRENT 'EVENTS. dams. d pound best tea 30 cts cts cts - sack good flour 2 pounds lard 1 50 20 $1.0O. Commissioners Sale. OLD IRON WANTED. Total $2.00- s canal across the isthmus. The an indignation meeting and vowed STATE OF OfllO, CITY 01' TOLEDO" LUCAS COUXTW o Venezaelan forces gained a decisive no negro woman should leach them. Frank J. Chi:ni:y mnlccx oath that he li The Cuban reciprocity treaty has senior purlin r of the firm of F. J, C1ICNKY A Paper Read" by Miss Fannie victory over the rebels. Riera the RocKCASTi.it Circtit Court. R. L. COLLIER, Propr. head of the revolutionists, is re- not left Havauna, but is said to be & CO., doing business hi the city of Toltdo, Sparks Before the Collegiate W. T. Houk, etc., ) J Plaintiffs, located at the DepotVgggwa Pa'ma's couuty and State aforesaid, and that sntd in Pres. vs. ported have been slain. It is be- pigeon-holeInstitute, Tuesday Nov. 11. Matilda Houk , etc. J Defendants. procrastination firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED lieved the annual meeting of the desk. The Cuban BRODHEAD, KY. DOLLA ItS for each and rcry en&e of CABy virtue of a judgment and orL. & N. stockholders will adjourn is given as the reason for failure to TARRH that cannot ho cured by the us f NOVEMBER 4TH. GOOD LIVERY ATTACHED der of sale of the Rockenstlp Oir- The universal Postal Stamp for again without transacting return the amendment to the trea- HALL'S CATARRH CURE. Meel all Trains, Day and Night Cuit Court, reudered at the Sept. Frank J. Ciiskev. ty. The wardepattment has dein all countries is recommend- any business. term, 1602, of said court, in the sale Sworn to before m mid puhscrihed iu my Traveling Men and Railroad above styled action, I shall proceed ed by Asst. Postmaster Gen. WilNov. 6th. Gov Odell's plu- clined to pass on the right of an presence, this 6th dny of December, A. D., men Solicited to offer for sale at the H. K. rality is destined at 12,887". enlisted man to participate as a 18?6. liam S. Shallenberger. , Will furnish Lunches for all trains of the court house, in Mt.frontdoor . A. W. GLEASON Vernon, Berme has been nominated without leaders will meet to- principal iu a boxing contest. The J Seal, j to tne highest bidder, at pub- opposition for Representative by N,ary Plblc Jtj, day in N. Y. to formulate plans for question referred to post lic auction, on Monday, the 24th President for regulation. county. a contest. James B. Frazier, the Hall'ti Catarrh Cure is taken internally, day of Nov., 1902, between the the Democrats of Henry President Roosevelt arrived at Democrat candidat for Governor of Roosevelt, yesterday, for the first and notH directly on the blood and mucous hours of 8 o'clock a. m. and 4 MirfacM of the system. Send for o'clock p. m., being County Oyster Bay last evening to remain Tennessee, has a majority of nearly time, occupied the new executive fret. .Court day upon a credit of six over for the election. At Lexing 50,000. The Interstate Commerce offices annexed to the White Address: F. .1. CHENEY 4 Co., Tsledo, O. JOSEPH COFFEY, PROPR., months, the following described ton, yesterday Judge Parker apall Druggists, Commission has assembled iu Chi- House. The Keutucky Tobacco bold byfamily PilN 75c. property, Hall's arc the brt. Sf.MllfrtV1 7l Association was held yesGrowers 1st. A certain travt- - of laud lo- pointed attorneys to defend Earl cago to hear complaints of alleged The excitement in the land busiSpecially equipped for traveling cated in Rockcastle county, Ky., Whitney and Claude O'Brien. infiingement to the rule relating to terday at Lexington. Over 100 ness in the vicinity oi Harlan, Ky., George Hunt and J. H. and bounded as follows: iu the West, The delegates were in attendance. rates on meat meu, Sample room on first floor. Beginning at a wild cherry Nov. STH. The State Rsilroad is constantly on the increase; Land two of the four appgmtees, railroads, it is said, will fight the Bath rooms free to guests. stump, the S. E. corner of Dower asked to be excused because ot Commission adjourned yesterday lying on the Poor Fork aud Clover rates in court. John Craig, who tract; thence N. 70 W. 55 poles Ratks. $2.00 per dav. their relation with the late A. B. was in charge of the explosives at at Frankfort to meet in Louisville Fork above Harlan C. H. that 11 links to a stone on the east .'edge of the Skaggs Creek road; Chinn. Judge Parker will make Madison'Square Garden, N. Y.. is next Friday. Adj. Gen, Corbin, could have been bought a year ago M. thence with said road S. 24 Jfi W. another appointment next Monday. held on $10,000 bond by the Coro- iu his auuual report, strougly for $5 per acre, is now selling at UONUMENTAI.WORKS, 16 poles 20 links to a stake;' thence County Judge Lighlfoot, of ner. President Roosevelt, yester- condemns the early marriage of the $25. The coal has been analyzed 'b. 30 U. 10 poles; thence 0. 7 W. Ky, couuty, in a decision day at Philadelphia, delivered the young army officers. He recom- and tested and found to be the Brodlicad, 16 poles; thenceS. 1 W. 10 poles Granite and Marble Monuments 19 liuks to a white oak on the east rendered at Paducah yesterday, chief address at the second centeni- - mends the repeal of the act pro- - finest coking coal in the world. and Tombstones. side of tha road, comer to the land held that the Board of health had al aniversary celebration by the hibiting the sale of beer in the The companies buying this" l.ind claimed by george Smith; thence no power to make laws enforcing Pennsylvania Grand ALL .VORK FIRST-CLASLodge of cantecnes. The increase in deser- have paid $50 per acre for a few SATISFACTION GIVEN- .- with the lines down by said Smith, vaccination and the Legislature in George Washington's apprentice- tions is largely atributed to this. tracts. " "" N. 58 E. 12 poles 17 links to the endowing the board with such ship into the Masonic fraternity. He also advocates instructing solsa northern point of the large stone M. Practically all the town of Cal- diers in vocal music. According to just above the spring; thence S. power, exceeded its authority. of Ithe 554 E. 3 poles and 10 links to a Judge Shelby, of the U. S. Circuit houn Falls, embracing 700 acres the report of Superintendent Service, Free Delivery 8 Law- - was yesterday put up at auction and Rural S 3 Mt. Vernon, stone; thence stone E. poles and Court, yesterday appointed with buckeye 'rcuce Cooper receiver of the South sold for $14,000. The town was Iowa has the largest number of 14 links to a Ky. pointers; thence S 60 E. 13 Kentucky Uas 89 and Building and Loan Association built by an improvement company routes. Salt pork is a famous First-Clas- s poles to a stone in Mrs. A. Fish's ern of Houston, .Ala. The Cuban but proved a failure. The State eight more will be added Nov. 15. remedy for conWork. line; thence with scid line N. 36 E. 53 pole." to the place of the Congress which adjourned Oct. 20, Railroad Commission is in session To extend the system over the sumption. "Eat plenty of OFFICE In the Krueger new beginning, containing 13 acres and reconvened yesterday. Pres. Pal- - at Frankfort to make the annual United States the annual cost will brick. pork," was the advice to the 0 approximate $24,000,000 and no spuare yards. ma, in his message to Congress, assessment of railway property. 2nd. A certain house and lot takes-nconsumptive 50 and l5o Phonk No. 73. carriers will be employed. optimistic view of the The time of observation of the located in Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle marvelously rich years ago. Nov. qth. A county, Ky., and bounded as fol- future of the republic. The An- Miners' Strike Arbitration ComC. C: spent mission ended yestcrcay. The tak- find of iron ore is reported in Salt pork is good if a man thracite Strike Commission lows: ATTORNEY-AT-LABeginning at the N. W. corner yesterday in the Lehigh .Valley re- ing of miner's testimony will begin Southwestern Iudiana, especially can stomach it. The idea county. of the lot owned by R. G. Williams gion, visiting one mine and many Nov. 14, at Scrauton. Represen in Sullivan uxperis MT. VERNON. KY. behind it is that fat is tne and in the South line of Old Main tative Cannon, of 111., is mentioned roughly estimate its value at $100,-00- 0 On 2cd. floor of Street., thence with the line of mining villiages. the food the consumptive needs Newport 000,000. At The Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Church street N. Nov. 5TH. Indications are that as the probable successor to Speak-th- e 67 W. 3 poles 10 links to Sbaw-Irwi- n given street. Special attention Commission Co , of most. Republicans will control the er Henderson, of the house. the N. E. corner of Dower tract; to collections. Cincinnati, has sued the Chespeak thence with two lines of same S. next House. The Democrats have Scott'sEmulsion is the modNov. 7T11. The defense yester-duy- , Phone No. 80. company for ern 22 W. 6 poles and 23 links to a a large majority in Kentucky. in the 'Molineux murder trial and Ohio railroad method of feeding fat to stone; thence S. 67 E. 3 poles and y;,va'wyiagngm' umwimimiu. The face of returns indicate the re- spruuga surprise by placing on the $85,000 damages for alleged failure the consumptive. Pork is too so links, passing over the center of to deliver groceries in the coal the well to a stake in the west line flection of Gov. Odell iu N. Y. stand Mrs. Hanna Stephenson, who rough for sensitive stomachs. The result in Deleware, which testified that Molineux was not minining regions of West Virginia of R. G. Williams' lot; thence with ' Scut's Emulsion is the most HUGH MILLER, Proprietor. said line N. 22 E. 6 poles and 23 has been without a U. S. Senator the man who mailed the celebrated during the recent strike. Great links to the place of beginning, for several years, indicates .that the p0iSOn. She said that to the best anxiety is felt iu the Danish court refined of flits, especially containing 25 square yards. will on joint ballot, 0f her recollection Harry Cornish, on account of the report that Em- p spared for easy digestion. 3rd. A dwelling house, store Legislature peror Nicholas is suffering from house and lot, on which said dwel will be deadlocked. By a prema- - nromiuent fitrure iu the case. Dost- Feeding him flit in this ling and said store house are located ture explosion offireworks at Mad- ed it. A. C. Bird, third vice presi- - melancholia. a sPorter at all trains.-Nov 10TH. Vice Gov. L,uke way, which is often the only and situated in the town of Mt. ison Square Garden, to celebrate dent of the St. Paul railroad in teeVernon, Ky., and bouuded as fol- the aunouncemen of the New York tifyiug yesterday before the Wright in an interview at Honolu- way, is half the battle,, but lows: last night ten persons are state Commerce Commission in lu, while on his way to the United Scott's Emulsion does more On the north by New Main St. States, spoke hopefully of the out- than that. There is some1 Call at the Signal on the east by the lot of S. C. believed to have been killed and . a Chicago said, "that . .the freight look iu the Phillipines and said the J Main Davis, 0flce MTJ Vernon. St., andon the south by Old lot of numner seriously injured. 500 ex- raleS were too low and lie was sur-- . island had a threat future, The thing about the combination on the west by the tra policemen were ordered ou duty prised that the railroads did not of cod liver oil and hypophos Broadway J. L. Jophu. to look atter the dead aud'dying. combine to raise them. It was de- - Congregation of the phites in Scott's Emulsion For the nut chase nrice the pur vice cidedat a meeting of rrpresentalive Christian church, Lexington, yes chaser, or purchasers must execute Mrs. Robert J. Burdett first that puts new life into the Wo- - citizens last night to incorperatc terday voted to postpone for two bond with approved sure'ty, bear president of the Federation (of weak parts and has a special ing legal interest from day of the man's Clubs, made tLe statement "The Louisville Coliseum Co." weeks final action on the question introducing instrumental music action on thediseased lungs. day of sale until paid, and having befor a woman's club in Chicago the first part of the week. The of the force and effect of a judgment. that if a club does not raake'a wo- capital stock is $250,000. jt js at the regular services. The hear- A sample will be Bidders will come prepared to com& man the best companion for her reported in N. Y. that the minor ine of evidence in the case oPthc sent free upon request. ply promptly with these terms. Be ure tli.it this picture In husband and the best comrade for Jiy thareholders of the L. & N. will U. S. against Northern Securities B. J. BETHURUM, LINE of Caskets the form of a label li on. the Complete Master Coin. her son, there is'someting the mat hsu'e about y'i of the next board of Co., will be resumed in N. Y. wrapper of eerjr bottle of Robes, &c. E7BK8GSB Emulsion jou buy. woman. The Directors. It is stated that Presi-Smit- h Wednesday before Special Exam in ter with the club or SCOTT & Ordeis by Tolcphone attend "This," exclaimed the superin- Columbian Government wants$ will be retained if- - he so de- er Ingcrsoll, of St. Paul. ctl promptly. BOWNE, tendent of the Hospital for Infants, instead of $7,000,000 in sires. An attempt yesterday to CHEMISTS, "My son plays eutirely by car." "is the colic ward." the treaty with the U. S. in confer put a negro woman as teacher in 409 Pearl St., N. Y. "Is that so? I thought it was by visitor. ring the nccccssary rights on the a school in Chicago was followed, the mused "Ah!" 50c and $1? all druggists. 18 tf July constructions of the by a. liot of the pupils, who held) brute force." Jailer "Cramped quarters, eh?" Hotel Frith r to-da- v The Veranda T com-maude- rs Hotel tetrtirao-niali- ), to-wi- t: Beau-cham- p, W. Francisco, J Mc-Crack- eu -- S, - L. MYERS, Dentist old-fashion- ed 40,-00- n Williams, E.- Miller House, -- Headquarters for Commercial Men. Insurance of all Je klllUb inter-electio- us J.C. McCLARY, Undertaker Embalmer, 0 Stanford, Ky. -- for-th- e 'V s.: 'r P" T .tfjggjggyi - 0 . .'MiAagJJteiftfofttJ&frkO' kt&n&t.Mt U