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VERNON, ROCKCASTLE MAY mi 8. 1903. nwwiwmnwiCTUroi,Wlin imiwhi lamMnwiJliMhMwwMwBMfcatMWtMMMMWMlMMOMM Unit-nwith others on the ticket, A Sllr 0ir Hie 1'iiilrrnroiinil it it o i) i: a i). 1nnn.w1 11.1 C..0" tl A II A C I V up, . . . oivui orlv iiuiivji;i , Vriirku In lllieu iCKK-.. r courage .is .tier oppuea. msf fiik'p ii Sinv i r. n mirr ml, I'rsi-il- . fllV ability and Mr. Parigan was in town Mon i for State yobr pocket or clip the above io Madison's candidate The prexhleiit'n cabinet linx day. (be report of the commission Auditor subject to the action of the and take it and then there can Prof. Chandler wns.in towit Mon- - erenlcil be concrem to neqiiire u Mte Democratic primary Saturday next. dead sure be no mistake. New Vorl; n I - In selecting a public official ve ate tnlil by President Roosevelt to This is the way we want to apply to each ot iUpiii these three see the ticket lined up "for test questions: November. Jf they suit you, i. Is lie honest? hunt for them on your ballot, a. Is he competent? nut your cross in the little C. Is he courageous-A ioi duhile who docs' not pos- square at the end of their sess all thice of these esFcnlial names and you will have douo qualifications is unfit for office, and well your pari. the people who cleet him may exFor Governor, pect poor service. Mark the preJ. C W. BECKHAM. diction! For Lieut. Gov. says further that, the ABRAM KE1ICK. who is minus any one of candidate For Auditor, siiifiltMiic! to nc unfit fur Kfl'i(P i!i ::::., ;...i .,.,,. john u CHENAULT. . For Treasurer, and yet he be honest and fcarles-sJOSH GRIFFITH. is iucompeient,.such a public serSecretary of State, vant is like an inexperienced enH. V. McCHESNEV. gineer in charge of a train. Attorney General, No matter how nnxious or honNAPOLEON Ii. HAYES est or fearless, he must KNOW Supt. Pub. Instruction, HOW to run his engine, or desJ. J. W ATKINS. follow. truction will surely Com. of Agriculture, Likewise is a candidate for office competent, or hon- HUBERT VREELAND. be thoroughly Clerk Court of Appeals, es! and competent too, and yet ben ROBT. L. GREENE. fearful of doing his sworn coward, Jf there are those, who are duty, he is but a tool in the hands of other?, and a most dangerous satisfied with this Hclcction, and man to intrust with the manifold a little fearful of getting' duties of public office. some of these gentlemen mixed This homely illustration of the Like Them? Lincoln County's Able and Efficient County Attorney. Visit . A REVOLT AGAINST MAN. I JmioIcIj fur till Promotion ( Mnn-- I liiillflVrt-in,i- I AiihiiikmI Women la I 'or m lit Kiiulnnil, '"&& I $ labiate D The rt'tnlt nnluM tin monster Iiiih j'isl lirol.en nut npilii in virulent form in tlie Ioi:iml'Ii of (itillfonl, Surrey, not fur Irom l.oif-ilo, wjiere n ue.w the of whieh Ih lliniteil to nlhiti I? yours of nge, Iiiih lieen foriueil for lie purpose of (islslht yoiiu moiiii'ii mill those mure in eurs to hliitiiiil the teniptiitlou to enter the nuiri'Ied The new oig.iulutinu is Mule. ciillril the "Soeioly for the. Promotion of Mini liiilllTereuee Anion" Women.'' It Iiiih seclirril n meiulieihhlp, Iiiih iippointed n pieshlenl mill M'eretnry, ninl luis selimn nn-letyKpln-HimI ii vQmmr iiieni-lieiKlii- p h 9 m0 JmmmW JL mv M. jL Mmmm ML. J 75 cents 50 cents 'KING" OF LOW PRICES. Men's Men's Men's Men's " fine shoes cut to as low as 90ots. fine Patent Leather 4 shoes for " fine " Oxfords worth S4 best heavy work shoes for Jin pair. $3 Men's $1 shirts, Men's 75o ,, Men's 50c ,, cut to only u 2SC to Roo-.evel- t : G I . D iU-- HON. HARVE HELM The splendid and gentlemanly county attorney of Lincoln, is not only one of the best officers in the state, but is one of the most public spirited, one of the best and most enthusiastic democrats and in fact one of the best all round fellows to be found anywhere. It looks to us very much like some fine Congressional timber can be found right here and we believe the Eighth district democrats will think the same way before many more elections have come and gone. whleli Iuik lieen Some ".SpiiiMteis' llotieal." of the riilos me! Meniliers me invlleil to reiuler their nppeiirmiee im iillniettve us hut to ho uiniiluilly In ('online!. Memht'rx nre eompelled h.V the laws of I he soelely to be entliely proof nEilnxt the ehiirins of iiiiiu, to Iiiimi ii wholeKoiue eoiiteinpt of fulling in love, mill to nlihor umrrl.Tfro. I'lery member numt le In n position Io inn till situ I he righl of the be henltliy. slroii(j-iulnileimill en fit her own Ihhifr. so there nin.v be no neeexlly for meniliers to einbrnee ni:irri.tti us a inenns of em iiiimii'iI el he;iiliiiii'lcr, for L A full line of Boys, Ladies and Children's bhoes at prices that will surprise you pns-klhl- e. Mnp, goY5 and S3 We Save You Big Money On Shirts as well as Everything Else. A Big Dajidij Line of 35c Children'? China 4 Men's flais, fi v.: l, Men's fine $10 suits, cut to only ' Men's fine $8. 50 suits, a Mens fine 5.50 suits, 5 " Men's fine ?5. 00 suits, OO Men's best grade Navy Blue Suits at $6 00 S8 50 The Best $1.25 Hat on 6 50 Earth lor only 95cts. , 00 Best $1 flat For only BQcts. subsistence. I'tir f;iilliir to nbservn Ihese rules liieniherK nre llnble to :i line of i'fl If n memfor eneh infrliiRiMiiont. ber chonlil full in love. peronnl wai iiinir I to be jion by the prel-ileu- l. NOVEL POST OFFICE PLANNED.' Come Now and Make Your Money Count ALL the finest calicos at s and save part of your money to buy something else with. o cents a yard COME HEREndgotyourHATS n THE best yard-wid- e Domestic ever sold at 5 cents a yard f 1 r' ALL tlie nice Lawns niul Dimities worth loc, now start at Vie to 10c a yard BETTER COME AND SEE. Have just returned from the cities' where we were fortunate enough to secure goods at nearly half price. I y John B. Chenault was born and reared on a farm in this county He nearly thirty eight years ago. received a cemtnon school preparation for college and was graduated from Central University in his Entering the eighteenth year. Madison National Bank at the bottom rung of the ladder, by fidelity to duty, expertness in calculation, and wide acquaintance, he was soon made teller of the bank. Step by step he won his way into the u ucmu coiiluience 01 an mm of the State Bank and Trust Co., of this city, one of the most substantial banks in the South. In this responsible" position Mr. Chenault exhibited the same qualities ot honesty and efficiency that had characterized his Whether in a previous career. business transaction or in the whirlpool of politics he was the same honest, fearless, loyal John Chenault. True to his party and friends, jet so fair and courteous to hisopponents that at the conclusion of two heated campaigns in which he was the County Chairman, (which position he still holds) his Republican opponents publicly expressed their adaiiration and respect for the manner in which Mr. Chenault had treated them in the management of the campaign. So unusual a spectacle is worthy of notice, when politics descended to the low level of conscienceless swindling and misrepresentation, plea that on the indefensible is fair in politics, love "everything and war." And so we ask of friend or political foe: ''Is he honest; is he Let his able; is he courageous? And answer ueighbors answer. thej will on Saturday next 4,000 strong, iu a way that will convince Mr. Chenauit that in his race for the most important Slate office, that of Auditor of Public Accounts, he has the backing of all those who know and love him best. Climax. Vtcc-PreMde- for it poM olllre. buililiu)r in CONWAY. P. S. Calahati was in Berea this week. Some corn has been planted be- tween showers. Mr.". Shockley, of Berca, visited relatives here this week. Farmers made good use of the pretty weather last week. J. M. Nave, of Nicholasvillc,- - is here on business this week. Mr. G. W. Jones went to Richmotid this week on business. The oil machine is being loaded here for shipment to Wayne county. J. J. Wood sold all the potatoes he had and forgot to plant any. Jim is a hustler. Dr. Elmer Northcutt, of Nicholasvillc, was here this week looking after oil matters. T. J. Hayes aud Harvey Chcti-auhave just returned from a business trip to Livingston. J. M. Mahati, a red hot democrat from Whitley county, was here this week selling our merchants groceries. Mr. Bruce Northcolt, of Nicholasvillc, is putting up a barrel aud spoke machine here. Don't you s:e C011 way is coming. Burton Beldou succeeded . in breaking up two large hawk's nests and capturing the young ones which will save many young chickens and turkeys from being carried off by them. Burton ought to have the first fry this spring. lt For Those Who Livkon Farms. "I have Dr. Bergin, Pana, 111., writes: used Ballard's Snow Lini ment; always recommended it to my friends, as I am confident there A SURETHING. is no better mude. It is a dandy It is said that nothing is su:e exfor .burtie." Those who live ou cept death and taxes, but that is Mrs. Henderson is at her son's, Wui. Potts.' Miss Lizzie Owens has been on the sick list . . . j Rev. Gibbs went to Couway last Friday on business. Mrs. Serena O'vens visited Mrs' Jess Roberts last week. SIIM'll. Die t'iinunia'toii veeonimemls. that D... ..J limine jikc wcic iiiuiue n.i. jjtn uiui 01. jV.V.j , & i i - ' Sunday from Livingston. .&,. it , .tSvi.n n Mte o.Tere.i b iKu Lee Roberts was down from Lil tin IVnnsvlmtilii Itiillroiiil pnnipaii.v f tlie prlee nnineil lietnu $.0(W.n0H: ly on a visit to his parents. nnd to ereet ij to secure n Rev. A. J Pike filled his appointnfllee bnllillnp oer tlie truck of tbf New York Cent nil rnllwml or niljii ment at Hayesville Sunday. cent lo (lie new station to be built Miss Grace Roberts visited by tlinl eoni'iany. If - eMbniiteo timl ii bulblinpr enn be erect cil foi near Freedom Sunday. about .f.ono.ono. Born, to the wife of J. R. Cass, POSSESSES STRANGE POWER, Tuesday night, a fine baby boy. Our hustling drummer, Mr. W. TiTrlirY"-li- l VorU 'lrl li T. Evans, will leave in a few days ntr linxr Tnueli l Xl'li-l- i 0 rrrKiiir Mroiiif Men. for Tennessee in the interest of the saddle aud harness trade. Hie Stellu l.iimlellut-, plip Win, Francisco went to Livings. (lnnpliter of A. bnnclelin-tograplier of Port .lerIs. N. Y.. ton Monday to put up some tomb(be lenmrknble fncitll.v of bestones: ing iible to liyreiin; tlie nppaTnit weight of her own bort.v. It.v tlmpl.x Mrs. Ida Burnes and childreu, of plucing her hum! In eontiiet uitli ihp Paris, is spending this week with person who ntteniplf to bfl her. the npparenll.i luings into plnj kiidc relatives here. force ulileh neutinlle the upMiss Matlie Evans, age 12, lifting pressure he brlngh to benr. Jaughter of W. T. Ev.ms, died iinl In n'lle of lil utmost efforts her feel remain on the floor us t hough Tuesday night. fastentil there b clamps. In one cv Mrs. Walter Miller and children, perimciit the power rf n'erul uieii n to of Livingston are the guests of her exerted in aiusay lift Ihe child, thi power winc Ier mother mother, Mrs. Wilmott. I'idenfnlly in her attempt nn Mr. H. C. Manning, drummer o moveShe upright piano about her room. luked Stella to place her for Robinson & Peltett, was here luind upon the instrument, nnd Mrs. F.inulelliiv. lo her attouMimeiil, unt this week to see his best girl. uble to, push the plnno about without Messrs. John, Job and Spencei effort. Yonce are here at the bedside of ORDERED TO VISIT SUN. their father, who is very low. Don't forget the box supper at Tli MIonrl Leg'Uliiture Co n em tlie Appointment of Committee the Baptist church tomorrow night lor the Trip. Ever body cordially invited lo The MIsFoiirl house tolerated a little come and bring boxes. horse play the other morning. Mr. lialf-Iiouv commission was coinpoM'il of three members of the enblnet The salient feature of the report ic oilier n reeonimeiiihillon that post liiillillngH be ereeleil oer the unilcr i (jriiiiml rnllwn.v trael.s of the anil New York (Vnlnil rail ways It i elnlnieil that by III' now mean the lol it. IriiiiKporlln? the iniill" from the to the vost olllee would bf rll.v. The 5 FINEFAMILY GROCERIES Prices on groceries are same as advertised last week. Keep your eyes on this part of the SIGNAL ,.' forvou will find Quoted here each week Bargains, ",4 J Ul r ' ' that you can secure nowhere elsel oentl;us your orders for No. I flour at $4,35 a barrel. Can you mHicn ine price.r van yuu luucu our prices un anything? x A 4 . v. -- .i: " -- -.l . ', A V ' " nls-- ios-- ( home-folk- s, '' The FARMER'S Friend, ciy U.G.BAKER, Mt. Vernon, Ky to be grown during 1903, at $5 per ii2-lb- ; tow at half price Walton Parker sold Bayless & H. N. Rankin, of Carlisle, purCo.' 13 fat hogs, average chased six mare mules at an averKarl Ferguat $6.50 per cwt age of $75. He has bought several son sold to Long, West & Co., of mule colts in the past week, payCinciuuati, 270 hogs, averaging ing up tn the seventies for them. Paris 190 Ibj, at $650. Paris Kentuckian. . Flemingsburg Court. Monday Joe A. Cohen on Monday bought was lh: first pleasant court day we 50 lambs from R S. Hawkins aud hive had for a long time. There 25 from Geo. W. Mitchell, to go was a fair crowd here. Probably June ist, at 54 cts., and 50 from cattle were offered and most of Fauntly Johnson, for June and July 250 them sold, though the price was ist to loth delivery at 5,'t cents. hardly as good as last court day. Wotdferd Sun. Fat heifers brought 4c. cows 3 to At Owingsville J. M. Richart 3jc, and bulls 3t0 3'c. Best bought of Robert Shields, hogs were sold at 6c, and 100 lambs . steers nt $800 for August delivery brought 5 cts. Woodford & Co., of this county, Among the .sales of cattle made Mop cattle to A. ' were one sold & of yearling steers . nr o , 01 mercer county. at j.2550(bunch bunch of sljort 2 banners . 0I1C at 4 cts. Ml. Sterling Sentinel- s at $35. 13 at Democrat. at $40, 8 plaiu IO 2.year-old- s 0( A Kansas feeder receutly sold yearlings at $26.15, ne cow and the last of 8,400 iheep which he calf at $25. Some mules were sold has been feeding the past winter, at good prices and and u cumber of They cost from $2 So to $3. 10 per horse buyers here took all the good were fed 30 cent com audloll'erincs at good prices.- - Times- $3 hay, made an average gain of Democrat. 23 lbs., began to go to market in WoRi.nWmK Rl'.PUTATION. February, sold at from $5 to $6.25 White's Cream Vermifuge has and cleared for feeder per 100 lbs., reputation achieved a world-wid- e over $9,000. as being the best of all worm deG. W. Wyalt sold to W. II. Whaley, Jr., a bunch of 2oolb. stroyers, and for its tonic influence on weak and unthrifty children, as hogs' at $6.50 per hundred load of it neutralizes the acidity or sourHibler ICros. shipped a car ness of the stomach, improves theii 190 lb. hogs to Cincinnati Thursday night, that cost $6 15 at digestion, and assimilation of food W. H. Whaley, Jr., strengthens their nervous systeu home . andirestores them to the health, bought of Geo. Redmon 26 Chas S. Brent vigor and elasticity of spirits natu-Ja- l hogs, at $6.35 to childhood. 25c. at Chas. C. & Bro., bought of Jas. Kennedy, Davis' drugstore. of Mt. Sterling, 80 acres of hemp, 230-lbs., Ken-tuckiau. d I ROCK-CASTIJ- v &A , 11 LAM), STOCK AND CK0I' TOBACCO CUITURF, IN COUNTY. in.s-teili'ti- I have oftentimes been asked the question; "If in my experience iu the culture of tobacco (in Rockcastle county,) would it pay? and if I believed our soil was adapted lo same?" I am quite sure iu affirming both questions. I have grown the weed and manufactured it; also have din-oxere- 111 725-lb- Qoo-U- '. bought it of other growers. Of the Burley type, Pryor and type I find Jhat our leaf when properly cullivated aud cut well ripe from the hill, makes au extra swen tobacco. The texture of v liicli is fine, small .stems and fiber, leaf wide and will weigh from 1,000 to 1,200 pounds to the Ora-noaker i" I acre. OiUieal, of Mercer, offered a resolution reciting tin diJTerent lews. of Prof. Young, of J.a Porle, Ind und Prof year-old- Our market for our air cured leaf will average (with good seasons) $6.00 per 100 pounds crop round, and possibly $7.00; paying to the acre from $60 to $70 per acre. X farms are especially liable to many accidental cuts, burns and brufces, which heal rapidly when Ballard's Snow Liniment is applied. It should always be kept iu the house SrKING AlLMKNTS. There is an aching and tired for cases of emergency. 25c, 50c feeling; the liver, bowels and kid- and $1.00 at Chas. C. Davis' drug' neys become sluggish and inactive, store. IMMORTAL TRTTHS. the digestion impaired, with little or no appetite, no ambition for any No man ever did a designed iu thing, and a feeling that the whole body and mind needs toning up. jury to another but at the same The trouble is, that during winter, time he did a greater to himself. there has been an accumulation ot Home. e When a man has not a good reas waste matter in the system. will remove it, secure to the on for doing a thing he has one secretions a right exit, and, by its good reason for letting it alone. tonic effect, fully restore the wasted Thomas Scott. To be perfectly just is anattrib tissues and give strength iu place at Chas. C Da- utc of the divine nature; to be so to of weakness. 500. the utmost of our abilities is the vis' drugstore. glory of man. Addison. Both John D. Rockldler, Sr., and Hope is always liberal, and they J , urc constantly watched by de- that trust her promises make little have received tectives, because both letters from scruple of reveling today on the maHy threatening profits of tomorrow. Johnson. cranks. Her-bin- not altogether true. Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption is a sure cure for all lung and throat troubles. Thousands can testify to Mrs. C. B. VanMetre, of that. Shepherdtowu, W. Va., says: "I harl severe case of Bronchitis aud for a year tried everything I heard of, but got 110 relief. One bottle of Dr. King's' New Discovery tlien cured me absolutely." It-'- infallible for Croup, Whooping Cough, Grip, Pueuiiionia aud Consumption. Try it. It's guaranteed by all druggists.. 'Trial bottles free, Rugular sizes 50c. and $1.00.. s Pickering, of Yale, relative to the habitation of the fciui and asking that the house appoint a commit tee of three to inveftlgate.the matter. The resolution uent on to proildethat the thus appointed pa a Uit lothe planet in question, prolded free passes can be obtulned. On motion of Mr. Hnek this resolution wa? referred to the committee on and railroads. internal linprnu-mentcom-mitte- 'e s R. S. Martin. loo-lbs- ., Curks When Doctork Faii,. Mrs. Frank Chiassou, Patterson, La., writes June 8th, 1901: "I had malarir fever in very bad form, was under treatment by doctors, but as soon as I stopped taking their medicine the fever would return. I used a sample bottle of Herbine, found it helped me.- Theu I bought two bottles, which completely cured me. I feel grateful oyou for furnishing such a splen-li- d medicine, and can honestly recommend it to those suffering from malaria, as it will surely cure Herbine 50c. bottle at them." Chas. C. Davis' drugstore. r all of the royal families of Europe employ American denisliuir 'llir.r WImIuiii. A Cli mice tists. s What Is the difference whether E. R. Sprowl sued the Southern founded Home or Koine founded National Bank for $5,000 damages, ItomiilusV r.e( the wise men explain, a tl,v theChicago Tribune, alleging tlut payment was wrong- sajs its foieleg's, (ogiiher, ulij liibs fully refused 011 plaintiff's check tm for $25. Plaintiff alleges humiliaWade Liyesay had a fine milch tion and great mental pufferiug. cow to die, fi Horn-nlu- - Nearly Illjt I'.rlce ' for Smiill .luit. small jug, nine inches and a half high, made 'of Fiilhnm stoneware and dated 1581, fetched J80U at Christie')', London.. It had been In the possession of a church at West Mailing, Kent, over (00 years. JU brown surfiice is splashed with red (orange), green and purple. Its neck baud and handle are of tiher gilt It Is positively deold of charm except In the hand of n connoisseur, but brought three times the jirlce ever paid for such nn article at Christie's. A njo-lb- aca To Cure a Cold in One Day fZ Take Laxative Bromo Qmnine Tablets. VA This Signature, "l xr Seven MlUIon Cures Crip la Two Days. boxes sold In past 13 month. box. 25c. on every ii ,JKSr 1. ,iC 'V li .X NimninnmimmmiiimmmiimtiintiinmjimminiiiitMiimmiiiniiiimniimHintiiiiimK John 4. 5, 42. grsfaT ioih Did Abrm continue to live (BY JET ) Lyda Cook is visiting at Mt ntSicheni? W,? He removed to the Vernon this week. FlllDAY, MAY 8, tflOn. Johnny Now Willie, that you neighborhood of Bethel, being Sen. Geo. Farris was a guest at have come I guess I will have to doubtless directed by God to enter the Mullins Hotel Wednesday. go for the doctor. Publisied every Friday by farther into the land. Gen. 12. Lloyd Maret was down Wednes: Willie Why so? 8,0; 13. 17. EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT, Johnny Pa says you make him day, lepaiting the telephone wires. 20th What sin was Abraiu guilsick. J. K. barter lelt Tuesday, !or( ty of iu Egypt? Of want of truthSUIiSCRIPTION ONK YRAR $1.00 "It's a burning shame," slid the Nashville. Tenn , to attend to some fulness and faith respecting Sarai O man who occasionally thinks aloud. pressing business. his wife. Gen. 12. 11, 20. Advertising rates made blown on Capt. Thomas nought of Win. "What's a burning shame?" askapplication 21st What does thi teach us? Ward the Bent field on south side ed the youth with the shallow d6 We have before proved, both Jews of River for $1,500. brainbox. and Gentiles, that they are .11 un- Votu for Chennult. Mecdamcs. J. R. Stuckey, Jacob "That cigarette of yours," replied der sin; as it is written: i' There is Sambrook, James Strange and J. the audible thinker. Don't forget Napoleon B. Hays. L none righteous, no, not one. Rom. "Don't you think you had better R. Perkins, arc visiting iu Louis 3. o. 10. U KnMKMiiKK the primary tomor, try to keep these people from cir- ville this week. row. Chaptkr 13. O John B Mahoney, L. & N. culating untruths about you?" ? 22II1 Was Abram a rich or a who was hurt at Pittsburg, Grihimtii can't be beat for Josh "No," answered Senator Sorpoor man? He was very rich. Treasurer """ ghum; "if I can create the impres-Mo- has sufficiently recovered to visit Gen. 13. 2. that I am habitually sl.iudeied with his family at Cnles'aiitg. RmiHMUHR Hubert Vreeland for 23rd How had Lot prospered? I reckon I will be better off." High street is being overhauled Cominissinner. Very much. Gen. 13, 5. 15 Sinfrom Main to Second. J. The children had quarreled and W atkims is tlie man for Superis not to be outdone when it 24th What was the result? A Willie had suuck Tommie. Ill- gleton EarTiie place Miocker & intendent of Tuplic Instruction. comes to beautifying cottages, quariel between the herdmen of s' tead of returning the blow Tommie Alain St., Livingston, Ky. Mrs. Eliza Mullins was down the two. Gen 13. 6, 7. x "Somk critics say the Washington turned and ran down the hall. tSA Monument in Washington is not "Where are you going, Tmmie?" from Withers Monday looking af25th How did Abraiu behave ter the erection of tombstones to 011 this occasion? high art. They ought to be com- asked his mother. He proposed pelled to climb it: "Kitchen," answered Tommie the grave of her son, Bee Mullins. that they should part, and gave Lot piuuiiuuiauiiiauiaunuiaiiuiuauiuainmuiuiaiiuauiuuiuuiiiaiiiiiuinuiaiininuirs: . Contractor Bradfoid is with us the choice of the Und. Gen 13. 8 Ci.kvki.and's recent again. We like to see Mr. Brad- 9"What for?" NEWS ITEMS. speech on the negro question ap "You said if anybody was cross ford come, his presence means pears to have appealed with excep2fith Do you think Lot behaved While their fathers were at work me to heap coals of fire on his more w.ill and abutments but we tional force to the Southern editors to as well as Abram in this affair? lie and their mothers were off on a head, an' I'm goin' for the coals." can't locate just where he wll put made no liberal offer in return, Round-ston- e fishing jaunt, three children who This is the time of year when Few Kentutjkians have any dis- the next. Presumably at and thought more of the goodness one wishes that the scientific gen tinct recollections had been locked iu their home breidge. of Henry Clay, of the pasture than of the character were burned to death. tlemen who found the germ of but one of the J "Great Common laziness would hurry up nnd find THE BACHELOR'S CREED. of the people. When choosiug a With the bridal party at the altar, family or a place to reside in, we er's closest mends and greatest the proper toxin. admirers still lives and is hale r,nd liberty should know whethei God is fear- the Rev. Dr. James L. Got don reArticle 1. I believe that -- A Mn.WAUKKB woman has hardy. He is Judge James Flan aud the unquestioned privilege of ed in it, and His truth faithfully fused to marry a fashionable couple in Hartford. Conn , because the named her child "Theodore Roose- agan, of Winchester, Clark countv. the latch key constitute the only taught. prospective groom was a divorced years of age true happiness. velt Henry Clay Payne Drndcn-burg- He is now eighty-tw- o 27th Had Lot cause to repent man. Is this not a case for the and is the oldest native inhabitant Article 2. I believe that carr- his choice? He suffered constant Reports to the census office show Society for the prevention of cruel- of the town or of the county. He iage is often a failure because men distress of mind and at length es- the cotton crop for the last year to was appointed Circuit Tudge by don't understand women. ty to children? caped with his life, with the loss of have been 10,630,945 standard bales Gou Blackburn to succeed Judge I Believe that I am his wile and of many of his family, The Governor of Rhode Island Ben Buckner and has held other Article 3. Graves county, Ky., produced the only man who does thoroughly and of most or all of his substance. says that republican supremacy iu positions of bales, as compared with 140 in honor. Judge Flatu-ga- understand women. VJigrfisji'iru ?rmrrr (Gen. 19 15, 29.) Delivered just that state is maintained only by is tall and is as straight as an 1901. Article 4. I believe that hatpins Lot, vexed with the filthy converbribing and therepublican ' boss" arrow. He enjoys WHITE'S URbAM splendid health and veils are a danger aud an ag- sation of the wicked; Report that John D. Rockefeller V IT for that of the state says, '"Of course, the and is a familiar figure on the gravation to nun and should there- righteous man dwelling among had said he would pay $1,000,000 Governor is right". !1ettti Qualltr. Uottta Quantltr. streets of Winchester. He talks fore be suppressed. them, in seeing and hearing, vexed for a new stomach, or a healthy Led all WonnReiBOii!G3.SSSmf Most prominent democrats who by the hour about Henry Clay, and Article 5. I believe that all his righteous soul from day to thy digestive apparatus, has resulted in For 20 Years Has Xire UXXaXa SOXiD quotes from auy number of speech- mothers wit grown-udeluging. the Standard Oil milliondaughteis with their unlawful deeds. 2 discuss the tariff question announce JAW1E3 F. BALLARD, St. Louis. Pet. miari by -- , aire with thousands of letters. themselves in fuvor of "moderate es which he heard Mr. Clay deliver. are highly dangerous to the youth 2. 7, 8. Mr. J. M. Miller, aged seventy-nintariff revision". The old slogan of The horserace is tle greatest so ful bachelor, but the daughters 28th Why? What kind of peoFAIR DATES. and Mrs. Mary English, be appealed. The prisoner was tarevenue only" seems to cial, financial, artistic and popular themselves are pretty, innocent "tariff for ple did he go to sojourn amongst? , aged whose maiden ken to the Georgetown jail for safe institution of Kentucky. It goes little darlings. have no supporters now. The following is the list of fair Article 6. I believe that all wo- Exceedingly wicked.' Gen. 13. 13 name was Gardener, were married keeping. hand in hand with the barbecue, dates fixed for this year: , The Pennsylvania nTiJle law' and though preacher after p readier men are jealous of one another, will not The Caleb Powtis ca.-how at the home of the bride. Both arc Richmond, July 13 6 davs. winch 'practically destroyes the has gone to the bat in Mr. -- Miller ij he trhd at the pniduu term (if the hopes of and that therefore 'one must not did God manifest Himself to of Hardin countv. Crab Orchard, Jul 22, 4 days,, libei ty of the press, is a fair sam- knocking it a girl even t j her sisier. Abram? He repeated to him His the father of fourteen children. out of the box, he has praise Scott Circuit Court. When the Georgetown, July 28, 4 days. ple of the limits to which a Matth never gotten on well enough to its Article 7. 1 believe that land promises. Gen. 13 14, 17. case was called Tuesday at GeorgeCyuthiaua, July 29,4 days. In Lynn, Mass., 24,000,000 pairs ew Quay machine is willing to go curves to do the sport much harm. ladies are.a much maligned race, Danville, August a, 4 days. of shoes were made last year; in town the attorne) s for the defense Chavtar 14. to.serve its own ends and perpetu- It appeals to the lover of beauty, but land ladies' cats are the very Madison ville, August 4, days. submitted a motion that Judge 30th What doleful news did Brockton, 17,000,000 yairs, aud in ate its own life. Lexington, August 10, 6 days. grace, skill and endurance, and mischief. Cantrill vacate the bench. This Haverhill 12,000,000 pairs. These Fern Creek, August 18, 4 days. Article 8. I believe that stokn Abrai.i soou hear from Lot? That moticn was overruled aud Judge According to the Interstate like Banquo's ghost, it is one of Lawrenceburg; August 18, 4 days. Lot and his goods had been carried three cities, therefore, turned out those things that refuses to down. kisses ate the sweetest yet anothBrodhcad, August 19, 20, 21. to supply one pair Cantrill ordered the case held over Commerce Commission the wages away in a war with Sodom aad Go enough shoes One of the greatest authorities on er inducement to remain a bachelor. Shepherdsville, August 25, 4 for two thirds of the population of to the fourteenth day of the term paid to all the cheaper classes of morrah. Gen. 14. 12, 13. davs. to enable the attorneys to apply the country. railway employes are lower than the history of the Jtrack here was Somerset, Sept. 1, 4 days, present at the Derby. You could fot a rule of prohibiten. QuesJudge they were in 1S92 and 1893, notJudge Cantrill overruled the mo- Cantrill said his purpose was llrdtown, Sept. 1, 5 days. pleasant-faceman walking to aswithstanding" the widely advertised see a Klizabelhtown, Sept 8, 4 davs. tion fora new trial in the Jim How- certain the meaning oflhe majotity Rowling Green, Sept. 15, 4 days. increases recently granted by some with a cane going from group to To Be Asked and Anard case. Sentence was passed on group on the piazza of the clubOwensboro, Kentucky State Fair, opinion ot the Appellate Court in This Colswered companies. the defendant aud judgment was rendered on the last appeal of the Sept, 21.6 days. house, nodding to the men aud umn. suspended for sixty days to allow case. This opinion, he indicated, POLITKJS AND POLITICIANS shaking hands with the women. I was very poorly and could the case to be appealed. The pris- - was contrary to a long line of ApNow anu then he disappeared to hardly get about the house. I was Chap. 12. oncrjwrs ordered to the George pellate Court decisions. tired out all the time. Then I tried Augustus 15. Wilson, of see a friend, with whom he chat Mr. Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and it only 9th After his father's death, town joil for safekeeping. Louisville, has announced himself ted over the old and new dsys of took two bottles to make me feel On Tuesday, May 19, the Ken did Abram stay in Haran? No. perfectly well." Mrs. N, S. Troops K.nd L. of the Ninth lucky State College will formally a candidate . for the Republican the Jockey Clilb. This man is Princeton, Mo. 10th Why did he remove? Becavalry, have been designated to receive from the city of Lexington nomination for Governor. Col. Joe Burt, who wrote "The God told him so to do. guard Yosemite Park during the the Spanish gttu, Fedtr4lista, whkh county conven Old Oken Bucket," and who knows cause The Republican Tired when you go to Mnj. Joseph Gar- was captured by our lorces iu tV.e coming season. nth Who went with him? Saresulted iu a split. more about "tickers ' than any tion held here bed, tired when you get rai his wife, and Lot aud their serrard has been designated to act as late war with Spain and picseuted u up, tired all the time. Committee on Resolutions watch maker iu the city. The Why? Your blood is im- - sup'erintendeijt of Yosemite. Maj. by the national Government to the 'Know Lewis Clark?" says the vants. gave A. T. Siler, of Williamsburg, THE SIGM OF W; Garrard is a son of the late Gen. T. city of Lexington. relation was Lot to K mttW thnt'c tUo. 1WMOU1I, first instructions, and 15. Mr Woo- - Colonel, iu his soft, sweet tone, as This piece of v.., ...... u MIX W S You T. Garrard, df Clay county. GOOD TAILOniNQ ten, of Ilvden, second. The Hon. he settles himself in a chair and Abram? His nephew. are living on the ordinance is a 5 25 inches smoothMrs. Emma Wallace, of Wilkes-barr"W. 11. Ramsey, leading the Wpo-te- gazes out over the track. "Why, border line of nerve exbore bronze gun, a Spanish trophy, Ur, Haran and 13th Where are Here is the great Oak- - w side, offered an amendment to I knew'' everybody who ever had Canaan? Ur is in Chaldea, to the Va., who, at the death of her and was placed iu charge of the haustion. Take Ayer's Easel now on display at husband some five months ago, be- city of Lexington on June 18, have Wootenjjj name lake the place anything to do with the races here. southeast of Babylon, Hiran is in andbotllt. be our store. It contains the 11.00 1 nillntrKr i,uitu. of Siler's for first instructions. Lewis was u fine fellow, a perfect Mesopotamia, came sole owner of his estate val- 1900. President James K. Patterbetween Ninevah vjtuwiwy int line of beautiful new spring The trouble arose over a tie vote gentleman. I never cm forget and Tarsus; and Canaan is on the. ued at $100,000, was found by her son will, iu an address, formally Aik your doctor wliat lie tlilnki of .Ayer'l tailoring samples sent us by During the some of his jhining traits of charac- eastern shore of the Mediterran8rnpsrlll,i. He kiiawaallubnuttlilaitmiil upon the amendment. daughter, at Newark, N. J., living receive this SpaniMi trophy on benll f imlljr meillclne. Follow hii ailvlco and vo wlllbo iithfle.!. STRAUSS BROS.. Chicago wrangle the chairman, Siler's man, ter. It was a rule of his to k'eep ean sea, and is now called Palesas a servant. She recoguized her half of the State College of Ken J. C. Athh Co , Lowsll, Maas. v Good Tailor for 26 Years county instructed for n sort of open house over at the tine or the Holy Land. noth- tucky, after which a national silute declared the daughter, yet she remembers is the Siler and adjourned the convention. clab, and he used to say to the The Oak-Easing of her past life. Her husband's of twenty one guns will be fired by Where did Abram fiist 14th connecting link between the Wooten's followers, who were iu members: "If a man comes here, settle, and what was his first act in mind that the State College bataliou. death so preyed on her cseja 'pionSujJdg tailor and the faultlessly finAliYWfi3Kj the majority, effected an organiza- cud you don't like him, and don't the land of Canaan? AtSichem, it resulted in' he becoming mentally To Curo n Cold In Ono nay fXlVI03TKM ished garments which give tion of their own and instructed want him, say nothing to him and iu the plain of Moreh, near Samaunbalanced. S)(?I1 j oo wvnraaw Take Lnxatlve Bromo Quintno Tabyou so much pleasure to Iionii3(Iui lio 1M09 enooq the county for him. This was by treat him well while he is here; but ria, where he built an alter to God, The widow of a wealthy land- lets. All druggUts rofund tlio money inoi jo 0)9 'saaijil usmpods wear. It's really a lesson far the stormiest convention held see to it that he never gets in who appeared owner, near Berlin, who married an If It fullu to euro. K. W. Grovo'n in gooc clohes buying tp 25c, iiMnwiniiiMii 3.iMit is on each box. iu London for ears. again.' mat was uiarn, aciuec see this great collection 15th What remarkable circum- 9 siui,t iiius)4o.v n.9mWS60o i1li impoverished count, has obtaitted mar "The 'Democratic party is iu the. Colonel nodding his head. He stance in the history of Jacob hapweeks a legal separation, after three of tajlpripg novelties. i8in.iuloiUDAl good .shape all over the country," was a gentleman, and had a horror pened there? of marriage, on the novel ground Prices low and s&dsf&c. nq iM) )Slll 9ii PO Jacob buried under '0061 '.Daoion hi tiiiifti iwi nmouvu.DiuT said Senator McCreary to the Cou- for rudness in any form. Be polite an oak there the idols and earrings tlon Qbbsoliitglv 0uer. that her husband wears a wig. She 3lf JO 1IO..li.V llS.tl)fUr " (IIJjV ji,j antpei, ?&.ll poan. rier Journal. "The nominee for and avoid a second strain 011 your taken from his household. Gen. received suck a shock at the sight 35. A ., imtooijii .. ii imiiujjjnii nnsr in the future," pmiHt 7.ij"ifi3j jouojfvtutptj president should be a man who can manners of his bald head that she took a 4get'the support of all Democrats. 000S cuoiJnH ""IPumMoitt violeut antipathy to him. Her HOW'S T 11 1? 6th What acts of Joshua's 9CS There are at least two such men W'e oiler One Hundred Dollars Hen aril for plea, that if she had known the juoiod 'mo 1110 mo again distinguished this spot when Mt. Vernon, Ky. moo jn stilus o3ji v New York, and nny case of CuUrrh tint vuniiol be cuieil by nasjssu 'ifoptiD Judge Taiker, of count wore a wig she never would he first subdued Canaan? His as ni51 3 jouof.stiiiuor) Miig l"l!ifl of Maryland. I Halt's Cntarrli Cure. Senator Gorman, have married him, was held valid '(TYl ''ailJ 'S1HMVH M. 'AV JO U0sA I'. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. sembling of tribes of Israel to reThe IJETIIODISrS T PRINT PAPER. Modus ")on.iji oi jonuu pojuda.ij fouud out before leaving WashinWe, the undersigned, have known t J of the coffee you buy adds to its The jury in the case of Jim How new their covenant with God; his pus aaoajqj uoUj(X i gton. hat these men were more Cheney for the last 15 yenrs, and bellevo him appointing value in tue cup. Churchmen to Omit All ard, at Frankfort, Friday returned Shechem one of the spaoAV OOO'SS trmisnc SltiirtliiK ph nml Win ,nt widely discussed for the nomina- perfectly honoiablo In all iubusiness out any carry a verdict of guilty and fixed his Unaneliilly nble tloiHiind jnoi3nojix cities of refuge; his reading the law iKHiie on Sit ilnjr. tion than others, and it is the gen- obligations inndo by their II mi o) uo3 (lqtjoao 'qdajioia i punishment at imprisonment for between Mounts Gerizim and Ebal. 'HBIION'J J" iuoDa v At the Plillnilel ihlu MplhodlHt eral opinion that cither of them HN'cst & Tnmx, Wholcsalu Drugshts, life. The verdict was reached afcomes to you fresh, and of full Toledo, O. Josh. 24. 1, 25; id; 20. 7; 8. 33. nitfe'.li'pr tie other ilny the can be elected if nominated. The Wuldliis, KlnmmctMunln strength, always in scaled, ter four ballots. On the dual vote jilatiH for n iii"w smihir morning pa17th At what place did he rear lose their packages. Bullc coffees pla'tform should deal with main Vholei.ale Druggists, Toledo, 0. per fo lie ptiuHchcil i ilnyn In lie eleveh jurors were for the death strength, deteriorate in flavor, aad the tabernacle, and at his death lu lnL'nn tntnrnnllv ITnll'.. Pntfirrli Pni-week wiit explained nnil ilisenst-i'iland live issues. It should mention out also gather dirt. peualty, but one juror held At The paper Is to lie called the IV nn tJalformltr, frhne.s and full Rtrtngth tariff reform, destruction of the acting directly upon the blood and mucous make a covenant with Israel? agaiust capital punisment nnd the art IniurM to u.r ol uloil Oofed. .crfaccs of the ay.tcm Testimonial, sent S,ioli1'near SiclieiU. Sipiiire (Jnette. ,Tlie capital Mock Is Josh. l8. I expenditures free. Price 7itf. jier bottle. Sold by nil trusts, reduction of $000110(1. nnd $250,009 of (Ills Is to Up. others agreed to a life sentence. aiidecoiioinic's management of af- rrtiBKi1. Ilidl's Family PilN nrc the bent. 'At becliem. bee NO. 10. piefi'ired. The paper Is to linc 11Q the moJudge Caurill overruled JO NOIJLICT3 spurting news. It lis to be smaller 18th What events in the New money Ins been j AM0U3ia Much fairs. Saturday and Inlrrriirr Knully UrnT. fTrauyxiniKn tion for a new trial in According to a Treasury stcte - ('festament yet further endears the I S.U31WJ. Marie van Vorst says there I? no nndpi.e than the preent dilly sliepts steel by the government and it w will lie printed In larger type. sentence was passed on the defend- chance for an unmarried woman to AV3N 3Hi advertisements are to be ndml'ttetl the,people aw prop"erly informed ment of May i, the actual amount spot t0 usy Our Lord's conversion was suspended win fame. In tlew of the fact that No Hi'; ant and judgment ou first and editorial pnges, and, aboMfitahewHl rebuke the party of money in the United States is at Sychar with the woman of Sa- - oaioH .rtaoAg uj tiopao forsixtydaystQ ajlow the case to Marie Is reaching: after fame, says- certain advertisements arc not o bo $2,679,840,935, the estimated per maria as he sat wearied upon Ja-- t m tho Chicago h4iiresftojsbis,atrth,e-poBs,'the , admitted at alt, . capita circulation beinp fio ;8. MT VERNON SIGNAL SOU APS o cob's well. 3 LIVINGSTON I M 1 J, Cr Rocker & Gov LWinsfsfon, Kg. Headquarters For B u J o fire-ma- n Ladies and Gents Furnishin Dry Goods and Nofions, Co U o cJ 1 o n Tailor - Made Suits a Specialty. H ters-ely- ISx-Prk- - H-CHAST- EE m BASEMENT of Old Brick, S the place to get your soup and ". 1,-3- hot lunceh AE can furnish at any time, and aJLaaWe are alse headquarters for Fresh Frmfs and Canned Goods of aff Mnds, n YY ORJVISI T ll VERRBBFUCEI -- p OHUOOISTa e, K sixty-seven- ,jr 4000 Biblical tions d im ut Swln-ne- 121I1--W- hat 9 n e, Sarsaparilla n,,r A ,; el I V0y "T'lJ-st'or-'iO'i- a oro . slff-nat- ure 2u-l-- yr 111 01iE-fi- - SI 1 jojnb IT OOX BROS. A"i( Strength MN IMillailt-lplili- j caj M-- 11 mlr.-h-tcT- K AHVN0UDI( air-tig- I lYN0IIVNa3IHI . saxseaAV I I ( i- t " Kecord-JIernli- l, ll- ' 4 s n e. v. A -- ,, w - 4. vt 'K One of the saddest things that QUAIL I have for sale tllrce Ijasrtaketrplace" in our little town s Jersey milch cows and Dr. D. B. Southard was in Ml. in many a day, avus the taking of Push the Rater woiks. Each gives from 3 to 4 Mrs W. T. Smith to the Incalvis. Vernon Monday. May 8, ll)0i) Mr Veknon.Ky., JSTTtfrrrClwmM ')TWii.Wi!ffliiinwrmSrTTiai gallons milk pcrday. Let us improve our streets. sane Asylum hut Saturday night. Robt. J. McAlister was here JFri-da- y J. H. ALBRIGHT, up 'Nil. 70" whan 17Q Cntl wnnltuCniniiHinl-ont- c She had been demented to a very The ballast quarries are running may from Lincoln. L O Brodhead, Ky. wltli 9IONAU, noticeable degree for nearly a 'Josh Wilson bought, around Bee full blast. kl l W' The Livingston telepl one ex month, but it did not become so Lick, a bunch of hogs at 6cts. si For Infants and Children. Farmers have done more work MkaMMMMMBMMMMHMiaHMnHMMiMI moved on the 15th, serious until about tile middle of (luring the week' than they have all change will be A. G. and J. M. Craig bought of to John Pope's building near center last week, when it was seen tlint ' Vlii . the spring. hogs at sets. Kind You Have John Craig 5 "V of town. An operator will be on unless a change came about it s T. C. Ilamni is improving slowThe Rockcastle Sunday School duty night and day. It required' would be necessary to confine her. Louivnt 4NHviLLtn n.co. FfyVfhgjrf-itBought Ste S 'Friday a jury was summoned and ly. Mrs. H. G. Sutton is reported Convention will meet in Liv'ngs-to- too much of Mr Hogan's time to AYcgclable Prepamlionror As. located in Saturday uight Sheriff II. L. Tate better. look after the business May 15th, TIME TABLE. similating ihcFood nndllcgula-Un- tj M But little corn is planted in this 'A north accompanied by Mr. aud Mrs. B. J. drugstore. theSloinachs andBowvys of Q in We are glad to say, that it looks 24 10.55 took her to Lexingtou. part, and farmers are considerably "if north 1 22 a tu very much like Mt. Vernon is soon The Commercial Club had n very About six years ago she aud her behind. 2.1 wuith p 11' to have water works. 2:00 interesting meeting Tuesday night, husband aud little adbpted "daughThe farmers are getting a hustle ,25 South 1:22 am Promotes Bring jour job work to the Sic-N- although there- - were only a very ter, moved here from Arkansas, on themselves during the nice neither Tas. Landkum, Agent. Our business men aud from the very day she errived weather. few present. office, we compete with the of Opiuni.Morpliinc nor'Miiicral. III : Phous No. 58. cheapest and guarantee our work. seem to think the C. C of very in our town, has been one of the NOT TI All C OTIC . M. Brown came down to John little importance as there are but leaders in every good work that slay a while with his daughter. Nothing is ever lost by reading few of them who eUf4il(h lit. VH.J, K;., Pi.Sct M afny interest tae came up. A great W. C. T. U. This is the first time he has been PMpetftXdDrSMHTELimitl'n HiKlin mall mlor the advertisements in a newspaper,, in it at all, when inXfoint of fact worker and one of the foremost flrnpAm Seal' here the past winter. but in nine cases out of ten some- more can be accomplsed through Jx.Smna During workers in the church k thing gained. FK.lt SON A 1. Club, tha"h in ay- other wa'. her illness she would often refer to the fa Jtfbtnniil In the last decade the increase in Ik titmmkJxfa t J. C. RymeJ, who filed articles in Come out and attenfl a fety meet the fact that she had money but Slierley Tnte visited his grand- Ctaui'tdAicnr greater bankruptcy, has made a compro- ing and see for yourselves the 110 one could find it, but while on wealth was ' father Tuesday. hintayitvi Hinvr. '1: ff than the increase of population. A fa mise of 30 centrf on the dollar with object of its members. We as- the way to Lexingtou she made a Aperfecl UYmcdy forConslipn R. B. Mullins left Wednesday is stated that there will be di It his creditors. sure you that nothing but good remark that led Mr. Bethurum to lion, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea 1 ' for Clny county. Worms .Convulsions .Feverish-ncs- s rcct cable communication between motives are in view. X believe that if she had money, that nml LOSS OF SLEEP. Luther Mullins made a trip to The building stone" qiiarries at the United States and the Philipit was in some o'f her clothes and Laugford have all the orders they McKce this week. Atty. John W. Brown received pines by July 4. racSunilo Signature of on his return home he suggested can fill. Their .stone sawmill is n ""' Miss Ellen Hutuer is visiting re letter a few days ago, irom Jop volcano in The Santa Maria Mr. Smith that a careful ex' kept busy al.so. , lin, Mo., announcing the death of to . latives at Flat Lick. NEW YORK. amination be made which was Guatamala is in eruption again Most of the men and stock that Hurbert Chestnut, which occurred Col, John Miller, of Lancaster, aud the inhabitants in the vicinity were engaged in the construction May 1st. He was a son of the late done, and $400 in greenback was arepanic-staickewaa here Wednesday. of Brush creek railroad, have Sam Chestnut and a nephew of found sewed up in the sieve of one A boy recovered $20,000 damages Supt. O. M. Ihll.trd spent several of her dresses. Up to this, time moved on to Tennessee Jarrelt Chestnut, of this county. there has been nothing heard from from the Metropolitan Street RailEXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. days in Berea this week. Markiro Mr. E J. McIIatgue For the past six years he had been her and it is taken for granted way Company in New York for the II. C. Gentry is suffering from TMf CfNTAUfl and Miss Maggie Cox were married located at Joplin, engaged in the that she is getting along fairlj loss of his two feet. an attack of rheumatism. practice of law 'with his brother, Wednesday at the Miller hotel, the J. K. Maret, of Berea, has secur- Rev. C. Carniical officiating. Edgar Chestnut. He wasaxyoung well. J. ed a position on an Ohio road. man of extraordinary ability and COLLEGE NOTES I "Billy" Dooley is one of Mullins When you have any news of any the law firm E. B. & II. M. Chestit. kind, please tell the editor about THE DF j&T. VERNON, For Infants and Children. Baccalaubecoming one of ' Station's pushing business boys. Please remember the nut was rapidly News is what we waut and what firms of that splen- reate sermon at the chapel, Sunday The Kind You Have Always Bought the leading law Miss Eva Fish, Margarite Fish we are going to get. if there is auy May 2i, Rev. E. IJ. Weaver, of KY. ' did city Sadie Richards have mumps. Bears the possible chance. Harrodspurg, is the speaker. OPENED 1900. Ittnature of ANNOUNCEMENT. Mrs. D. S. Purdoin visited her What the people out in the couu-- . To assist in having the financial parents in Boyle county this week try say about the condition of the r Efder J. L Davis, of the Chutch status in good trim it is desired CAPITAL STOCK. $15 000 S. N. Davis has moved hack to streets in Mt. Vernou, is a plenty of Christ, will preach at Mt. l that the tuition for May, as well as in the White addition hjs property and they ought to ssy a good deal C C. WILLIAMS, Prhs. near Judge Lewis' residence, any other yet unpaid, may all be in JAS. T. ADAMS, Vick-PrAbel Pennington has a position more than they do. Suuday in May at on W. L. RICHARDS, Cashier, by May 15, and as much earlier as A. B. FURNISH, Asst. Caw. with the quarry company at Lang-forThe Jackson county grand jury' a. in., his subject will be: ' "Now convenient. DIRECTORS. C. C William"?, Geo. Livesay. A. T. Fish, indicted Will Mullins for killing therefore setid and gather to me S. H. Martin, Rod Perry. Vincent Boreine. T. E. Houk. At the Class Reception and Miss Lidn Cook was the guest of Singleton. Bond was placed all Israel unto Mt. Carinel." 1st. Alumni Association on Wednesday AVe solicit accounts of firms and individuals. Mis. G. M. Ballard the fitst of the Jim Careiul attea Every one come at $3,000 which was readily given, Kings, 18, 19. evening. May 27, Judge R. G. lion is given collections entrusted to us. week. aud case set for. nexl term of court. out and especially the preachers of Williams will be one of the speakOur friends aud patrons are invited to'call when in town, J Mrs. Fannie Thompson and chilsects about four Phone No. 55. ers, and will deliver an address on Goi-if-.is ,The Rev. W. L. Brock will not the different lw dren went to Lancaster yesterday huudred and fif.y of them. Preach "How We May Read The Future be here to fill his regular appoint to visit relatives. Beazley's Liv-erwill be it) the opeu air as we ofMt. Vetnon and its Institute." OFFICE: At J. R. ment next Suuday, but the Rev. ing Stable. GO TO- Rev. Eugene Snodgrass has rehave no house of worship at this And doubtless he willsayv,yatttndr A. J. Pike will fill the pulpit in his only turned from Japan and is now at place yet; we have the lecluies." stead. The Rev. Mr. Brock will to erect one. Be sure to his mother's, near Quaii. & Albrlgjit, preach on the 5th Sunday. The preparation for commenceremember the date. W Atty. V. R. Letcher, of BRODHEAD, KY. fifteen men or ment is now the main subject of atS. RlDDELL. was here Wednesday in the Wantkd. At once to travel far a reliable firm. KY. It is difficult to give due Manufacturers op interest of John B. Cbeuault, for women The ballots in the State primary tention. AdSalary $40 to $75 per month. attention to all the parts. One feaAuditor. will be as follows and the names in for Everything in dress with stamp, ture which urges immediate attenthe order given: Governor, J. C. Judge Alcorn passed through Box 72, tion is the circulation of a sub kinds of marble and granite D Beckham; Lieuleuaut Govoruor, Monday en route to the mountains Brodhead, Ky. 7 Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoe, ana General scription paper asking our ritizens work neatly done. Cutters,' W P. Thome, Abram Reuick; to look aftet soir.c important legal Merchandise carvers, letterers aud ornamenters. Makkiuq. William Arnold, Jr., Auditor. S. W. Hager, John B. to contribute the small sum of one matters. the. We make a specialty of high grade jouugestson of Wm. Arnold, and Cheuault; Treasurer, Henry M. dollar each toward the repair of work, BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES. Mesdames. W. L. Richards, Nancollege building in time for com Miss Matilda Price, daughter of Bosworth. ."eh 27 tf. Josh Griffith, Gus Phone No. S3. nie C. Albright and C. C. Williams, mcucement. It is hoped that $100 James Price, were married yester spent a short while at Brodhead day afternoon at the home of the Richardson; Secretary of State, H. may in this way be raised that tht V. McChesney; Attoroey General, Monday roof may be repaired, the chapel bride, the Rev. J. C. Carniical offIra Julian, N. B. Hays, J. Willard Mrs. Emma Fish moved, Wednes- iciating. papered, both upper and lower hall Mithell. Charles Carroll, Superin F. FRANCISCO. Propr. day to one of the calsomiiiid, and wiudow shades W. T. Short, Deputy Collector, tendent of Public Instruction, purchased from S. II. Martin to be furnished for both the chapel aud Located at the Depot'$,!ar. and J. C. Mullins, Deputy Marshal, Chas. E. Sugg, Ben Watt, Jas. H. and FUNERAL DIRECTOR. used as a dormitory. library room. BRODHEAD, KY. raided a moonshine still in Estill Fuqua. Sr J. J. Watkins, T. N. Mt. Vern'on, Ky. "j Lick, Dr. D. C'j and one B. Southards, of Beeyoung county, destroying four huudred Arnold; Commissioner of Agricul un imirsuay evening, May 21, GOOD LIVERY ATTACHED of our ver best gallons of beer aud taking a com- ture, T. T. Hedger, J. M. Frazee, it is hoped there may be a crowded Meet all Trains, Day and Nighl phjsictans, was here Monday night plete outfit. The proprieTors es- Hubert Vreelandj Clerk, Court of house to hear the lecture given bv Traveling Men and Railroad on professional business. caped. Appeals, J. Morgan Chinti, Robert Rev. T . B Terhune upon the sub men Solicited County Attorney L W. Bethu-ruFine Art of Liing". Will furnish Lunches for all trains. ject! Alverson is mak- L. Griene. Our friend Jesse will go to housekeeping right Mr. Terhune is witty and ing a hot fight for the uomiuutibu Convkntion. The Rockcastle at' times thrillingeloquent, deliver a 'V v. away, in the house recently purand will Cf . for representative down in Lincoln. county Republicans met in mass chased from M. C. Williams. unique lecture; one that is not only PINE HEARSE Attached. ?an Jesse looks like a winner aud we convention in the court house last wLiv-i- Y jurnish Alctnllc Caskets and have The report conies from Lynch-Jjur- believe when the polls are counted Saturday for the purpose of select- attractive aud versatile, but one Embalming done on short notice. Va., that Miss Sadie Martin, night he will be declar ing delegates to attend the conven that is also instructive aud pro found. As this is the only exerCome aud see me, anything I have not got can get for you on firs whom we reported very low with ed such tion, which met at Paris Wednescise in connection with commence- JOSEPH COFFEY, PROPR., train that leave the city. fever in our last issue, is better. day, to nominate a candidate, for Election officers pre requested to meut occasion which asks auy adby wire Promptly Filled, Judge S. D. Lewis; Attorney B. Stanford, Ky., Railroad Commissioner. The couu- - j by telephone or messenger Griffin and forward Phone No. 6. ittelmofprt iinanitnmtslv fnr A.i mission fee, and inasmuch as the J. Eethurum. G. S. tv Specially equipped for traveling the returns as soon Fred Hayes are those who went to the Signal, T ssw of wilHam'fihrr Tl,. leclure is delivered bv Mr. Terhune men, Sample room on first floor. giving names of canin the interests of the College Li from here to attend the conven- as tabulated followiug gentlemen were named Bath rooms free to guests. . didates and number of votes each brary, there should be a crowded tion at Paris. as delegates: Judge S. D. Lewis, Signal 'will pay telereceives. house. Raths. $2.00 per day. Sheriff H. L. Tate, Capt. B.N. Miss Prudie Gibson, who has phone charges. Roller, Capt. A. N. Bentley. Dr. been with her sister, Mrs. Purtlom, ADJOINING (JOUNTIFS Is to give you what you want-at- : tho right price, To eveiy nejv subscriber to the J. S. Cooper, Judge Jacob , for left Sunday for her Signal for the next two mouths, and we want every customer to be satisfied, and , M. Hon. B. J. Bethurum, Supt. home, as her parents are preparing we will give a one year subscrip A new bank with $15,000 capital u'ui tii.'u our srore is tne pinoe to uuy G, M. Ballard, County Attorney L. has been established at Manchester, WORKS. MONUMENTAL to move to Illinois. tion to the Farm and Orchard, ' H. . Wood, J. J. Mrs. Eliza Cook, on her return one of the leading farm journals W. Bethurum, Massachusetts philanthropists Brodhead, Ky, 'published in the United Stales. Wood, W. G. Nicely, G. S Griffrom a visit to friends aud relatives have donated $u',ooo 10 the Lincoln Granite and Marble Monuments to old subscribers, fin, Pr. John M. Williams, Fred This applies Memorial School at Middlesbcro. at Gum Sulphur, stopped here to who pay up bqpk subscriptions and and Tombstones. Hayes and Hugh Miller. , with which to build an infirmary. spend a fpw (lays with her (laugh-tor- then renew far another year. ALL ORK FIRST-CLASMrs. G. M. Baljird. James B. Marcum, oue of the SATISFACTION GIVEN- .WORK AND PLAY. Mrs. Elizabeth Purdom, record of Covmost prominent lawyers in Judge R. G. Williams, keeper of the L. O. T. M. at this ington, has formed a law partner--shi- place, received Monday a check for Kentucky, was assassinated The biggest summer resort with in settlement of a policy in easy reach of civilization, is while standing in the door of the with Judge Pence,-- a $1,000 Call at the Signal attorney of that city. In- held by Miss Georgia Creed, deceas-e- what is commonly termed Muskoke, courthouse at Jackson. The iden0fliCOi Vernon There were some who thought a district in the "Highlands of tity of the murderer is unknown. terior Journal. the policy would not be paid, but Southarn capitalists luve organRev. W. L. Brock, of London, .such erroneous ideas are always Ou ario" about 100 miles north of the uncalled for and very much out of Toronto, including an immense ized a new company to operate in was sent as a delegate to 64 Southern Baptist Con vent ion,1 place, as such policies in every in tract oj country bordering on the Whitley. It is known as the ueorgian nay. iuis district is "Southern Oil Corporation, with which meets at Savanab, Ga., stance will dead sure be paid. composed 01 laices aua rivers in- headquarters at Knoxville. U11S weCK. It is Dkad. Mrs. L. T. Stewart of ' numerable and is situate 1,000 feet capitalized at $300 000. and owns T? T. fM. m. ao!.... Arl UWfw WilHie. after an illness of several above sea level. Good fishincr and mis nn. ' 14. UUUIJJ3U1I lcniKMI.ll sition with the Curry Grocery Co., months died Tuesday morning at huuting are assured. Ample hotel leases on 1,300 acres. Mr. Chaney, & says work will of Junction City, May 1st, as trav- 8 o'clock. For over six monins accommodation at all points on the the to that terribje disease, consumption, lakes is provided to suit the purses be commenced at once. eling salesman- and went hack Excellent transpor- his old firm had been preying upon her system., f everyone. Weekly. Co. She leaves three children, neither ' tattou service, MATRIMONIAL Copies of handsome descriptive Home Magazine Ordois by Telephone njtenr' Mrs. M. L Williams and child-- , one old enough to hardly realize relatiug to this country, cd promptly. rpn, of Slanfoul, will leave in anything of a mother's love and literature free by applying Atty. Jame Hays, of Barbour-vtlle- , can be had to R. nl ut two weeks to visit her sister. the youngest is hardly a year old. McC. Smith, Weekly and MissfJEloreuce Chestnut, Southern Passenger The burial took place Wednesday 'Mrs, Sam Hooker, Oklahoma City. REGOLA K PRICE OF ALL IS $2.25. Ageut'Grand Trunk Railway, 124 of Corbiu, yere matriedon Wednes july 18 tf She will also visit Beaumont and in the Henry Brauntmaa burying Our Special Price, Until April 15, Only p.z$. (Woodward Avenue, Detroit, Mich. day of last ground, other points in Texas, 'rt MT VERNON SIGNAL ,vi LOCAL For SALri: first-clas- 79 3t " CASTORA Always ' ioo-lb- PhSm if a 1 The 'TstiAhkis.TM, , T, 7n n r ' iHlil ns Bears the Signature Digcslion.Checrful-nessandltest.Contai- AW-- - s - raV In one-seven- I Kb flu Use For Over v Thirty Years TORIA CASTOR A BINK d w&v MT VERNON, Car-ine- the-fift- h 1 1 d. , P. P, MYHAND. 4 Veterinary Surgeon v -- -c- ommenced '" Rich-nion- Fowler CKENZIE f Tombstones and Monuments. MT. VERNON, , Hbtel Frith houses-recent- ly ILLIS GRIFFIN Practical Undertlcer g, The Veranda rMr Pnmnlnfo Hotel. vviiipitit ' Mfe' ' ORDERS I OUR HOBBY Sam-broo- some-time- k, W. Francisco, y ,. , East-em- -. p n well-know- c Drugs, Toilet Articles, Paints, Uils, Va'rnishes, Painters' Supplies, perfumery, Patent Insurance of all .Medicines, Soaps, Combs, Brushes, and all DrugUlllUb jit gists' Sundries. b-inrl- c -- j. J.C. McCLARY Phone CHAS.C. DAVIS A Af - , . t, Undertaker Erakalmer, CEEleiB;JS,l0c"s"MS Three Papers for About the Price of One. THE PRAIRIE FARMER MT VERNON SIGNAL Glazbrook-Rutherford-Thom- , THE PRAIRIE FARMER, Stanford, Ky, 1k- - J ut 7' v T r iim (Tftiri - h , 2a . GROWN IN KENTUCKY. &. Thousands of Square Feet For Agricultural COLLECTION JU Products. EXHIBITS BEGUN. OF " LKverytliltiff ilieuioll or.rlio IHue Orus Stulo to tluve u IMiico In tlio World's Fair Display One Orpart. '"meut Kur Freaks. , lit it' Springs Ifrom the Kentucky will have 12,000, square fct of space In tho Agricultural building, at, tho Louisiana Purchase exposition nextj-ear- . feet of this will bo devoted to a exhibit., of '"tobacco, 6,000 to general agricultural products and 2,000 to wntsky. Col. Ion B. Nail, Stato Commissioner of Asilculture, Is chairman of tho committee on exhibits of agilculture "and horticulture for the Kentucky Exhibit association, and under his direction', agricultural and horticultural pioducts will be gathered for G.000 square feet of space In the Agricultural aid for 3,000 square feet of epace In the Horticultural building. Col. Nail has Just Issued a general circular Instructions, known as No. 2, on tho collection pf the agricultural UJ'plays, to the subcommittees In tho different counties of the stato, tho total niemborshlp of his commlttco and subcommittees numbering 449. In Introducing this second circular Col. Nail says: "Tho object of the exhibit Is primarily to advertise Kentucky, her' land, her opportunities and everything that will tend to attract uttentfon of homeseekers and Invest orsto her yet Undeveloped resources. o Fle thousa'nd squa.ro x mm T P4l COL.. ION B. NAbL, Chairman Commltteo qn Agriculture. Her prospects In many lespects aro unequaled and, In a fow, exclusively her jwn While much of her land Is n profitable production, there aie -.niafly thousands of acres lying idle or V only producing half what should he grown. These need only tho touch or skillful cultivation to bring the maximum of ciops. Wo need tho help ot the, educated farmer, from whatever source ho may come. We need capital to 'further develop the state and improve her lands, he World's Fair gives us tho opportunity of obtaining this needed assistance by letting tho world know what we can do. 'By their fruits shall ye know them.' " s Following this tho chairman takes ' up different agricultural products and Elves minute Instructions to county committeemen on tho collection of same. He asks for samples of grain as follows: Corn Entire stalk, 10 in number, with blades, ears and tassels complete; ears, 10 In number, shelled, ' gallon In strong cotd ton, bag. Tho varieties should all be shown, white, yellow, red, mixed, popcorn, Kafllr corn, etc. Wheat Sheaf, nlno Inches In diameter, bound with twine or wire; threshed, bushel in cotton bag; should bo shown In every variety grown lu the state. The macaroni and Eminer wheat should be shown, Oate Sheaf, nine Inches In diameter, bound with twine or wire; shelled, bushel In cotton bag. " Black, white, mixed, winter and every other vailety. .Rye Sheaf, nine Inches in dlam-- .cter, bound ..with twine or wire; threshedone-fourt- h bushel. In cotton ' bags. White, black and any other yarlety known to be grown In tho state. Barley Sheaf, nine Inches, bound as abovo; threshed, bushel In cotton bags. Buckwheat bneaf, nine Inches; threshed, bushel in cotton one-thirone-fourt- h one-four- th one-fourtone-fourt- h cultural display a section for tobacco, ami has placed In cSnrgo of thp of Bamo H. M. Froman of Ohent, foi tbo bin ley type, Samuel 1 Kwing of Oweusboro for the dark export typo and Judge T. T. Gardner ot i BanHvo.l for "tho purchase" types. These gentlemen whl only undertake to get two or tin co good samples from ennh tobacco growing county ror exhibition among other products of tho stale. (3ol. Nail snys It Is propositi In this space to also show the tobacco plant Irom tho seed In Quntt Jara to samples of 10 pounds, ns It In sold on the market, He Instructs that samples should be six to ten hands, ot about ten leaves each, Ho also wants an exhibition In all their stago of growth of tho destructive Insect enemies ot tobacco. The committee will erect, the chairman announces, a small section of a barn and sccuro enough sticks of tobacco to show the curing process It will also have seed Htalks and seed capsules on display Ope of the most attractive exniut's In tho ogilctiltmal department will be that of hemp, Major David C'astlemnu of Pleasant Hill having consented to look niter the collection of this ilh piny. This plant will be shown In all its stages, from seed to lint, anil It s contemplated that an "brake" will be secured and an exhibition ot brenking hemp will bo given by tho champion bieaker of Kentucky. An old negro In Mercer county holds tho 1902 record for It Is possible that some will lower tho Mercer county record during 1003. Tho Exhibit association wants to send to tho exposition tho champion and will bo glad to hao reports from different hemp sections on any exceptionally largo "breaks." Tho samples of hemp f Beod will be bushel In cotton bags, and samples of tho bundles about eight inches In diameter at the middle. Mr. Clarence Sale, or Louisville, will be In chargo of the display of gnr-do- n products. Ho expects the greater part of his display to be made from the crop of 1901. Quite a laige space is to be devoted to silos and torage plants, Dr. P. W. Foote, of Irvlngton, having accepted tho chalimanshlp of this committee. Colonel Nail says an effort will be made to secure a large glass tube In which to exhibit silage. Leguminous plants useful for forago and hoy will be gathered under this department. Mr. M. F. Johnson, the presldeut of the Kentucky Horticultural society aud chairman of the horticultural committee of tho Exhibit association, will have 3,000 squaro feet of space In the Horticultural building In which to make a display of Kentucky fruits. Ho Is laying plans for the biggest exhibit of this kind ever attempted by Kentucky. It Is his purpose to keep n continuous exhibition of fruits in season during 1901. Not trusting, however, to uncertainties of seasons, Mr. Johnson will endeavor to secure come of the llnest fruits this year and will keep same in glass or in cold storage for tho Fair. The display of fresh fruits will be requested from all the counties and Colonel Nail says should be looked to locally from each county under Instructions to be given later. The" floral display Is to bo made under the direction of Henry Nanz, of Louisville. Space Is also to be devoted in the agricultural display to noveltle.i. Under this head will come any freak of nature In the way of the largest pumpkin, the twin ear of corn, the stalk with most ears on It and In, fact anything savoring of the soil and yet unusual In Its way. It will also Include nil the native wld products, such as nuts, grapes, black and red haws, and many other things that aro about to be lost as tho country Is settled. Colonel Nail asks county committees to take special Interest In this department, as It will show the range of production tho soil Is capable of. n hemp-breakinhemp-breaker hemp-breakeone-halpaw-paws, FREE TRIPS TO ST. LOUIS WORLD'S FAIR. ALL EXPENSES OF THE 120 MOST POPULAR SCHOOL TEACHERS YA THE STATE PAID. Pclionl children aril public generally Invited to vuie O dctirraluc the luost popular In every counly. Vole ten cents eac'i, ten cast Rt one time. All money over and above trip expenses of teachers luiro into etecllou of tin Kentucky Iiulldlng at ll.e I! rosltio.i. Uvery voter ihuf clvcn lbs satisfu lien o Itnowlt'K a worthy caure an l.'.iporU'lt object have becti oldcd, tt the sinie time i favoilte teacher has receive recognition. Contest cut. tlucted under auspices ti Mutational ItxMult of Kentucky Exhibit Assoc'at on, the organization fortrnd to raise Jioo,oco far a Kcilu.k Unlldlne anil full dl:p'zy ol the States resources at the I'alr, the I.eiflature hiving failed 13 make an appropriation. 1 ve y educator In the State, whither teacher In pub na or private scnoois, or cf faculty of academy, colt.-n- e or unlicrslty, ruedlcnt, dental or theological Institution, tnembrr protests! torcnthollcdcuoinlaatlstutBCtool, Isilijible to election. Members of the Education!. JJxhib t Committee alone excepted. hnmkiii rllsclioctcli.ldrcnollii'r to be enrolled 111 the Kentucky Bulloliff ot the Fxpo sltlou. Ktiilcckyivill hasc uu cduuu.orat exIilLlt occupying ,'oo Bqua e fct ot space in th rolaceoritfucitioii. The JiswpOL..! is ijicki; jrre itu iiiurnjiioiii.ineminincv.uriu i ir lory. JIUI IDSIiic y J.iae ain Being iqnoercoi- - bimhiu mc rjr. juriy county Tie comity or jotv i rioat poirlandiva'--- . umclicrtf vnttuwlll i nllowcil to tend two teachers I 'ic tnoct p polar and the second most KENTUCKY BUILDING WORLD'S FAIR e pro-dsc- .s U 11 a niii in i IL Economy" fS THE WATCHWORD, Buy your goods of Houk & Adams And you will never Lose. We Always Pay, The Highest Price for Country Produce. ypopuls- -. TUU TOILS Vlhli BE TF.S UOJt i'AL'll, XU C0.1SII1 UTiaU X BALLOT. Atten cents eac'i every school child in the Slate will be able tocatt at least one vote for his or her favorite tcaiher. tint the votlnff will hot be confined to school children. TAItKSTS OP VL'PILS OK ANr OP TI1C'!1 HlIt.N2S JUT VOTK. The purpose or the Associto elect the most popular school tcac'acr lie ell county, as so cuuifdci ed by the public ation generally, ni rcll as by the school chlldrtn. Itlots contain teu space j, so cubs or trn pupils may be Btriuccdnnd each clvlng teu cents be c.c i d Willi his or her vote. If cuepcrsunde sires to cast ten vctci, It may done yvrr'llnirl tier tier name ruo. eof fietpaces and remit-tint- ; one dollar. It iiuot required that theliumeol thepe no'li(;bs cIvcji ttll. Alitftlie spaces lor voiers' nanus may deleft blank. The Asjo.la.lonvtauu, however, to enroll in the Kentucky Uui dlrvr ct St. T.ottla next ye.r the same of every c! 1M r:.o ca t one or more votes lu thecouUsu ruplls ere asked tbiicroictoslsatlidrnamci plainly to the ballots - AM EXPEXSW 07 THE TKACHWIS WIIX BE PAID by t'e As wlatlon. This wilt Include rnllroid transportation f om Louisville loft. Louis and rclur t, board at one ol the best hotels In the Uty for six days and admission to the exposition giouniU for tix days. TiiitEK r vnurs vnth m made rcvi t::e ro;T ropuLAit te iciiess to make the trip more profitable ntid more enjoyable. 1 acUcriUesjp rtlcs wHcoor,'t of forty (40) teachers. Till would make a total ol ijo tcnclirrs, but as there are only 119 counties In Kentucky, the Asocii-- t. i his dccld'dto allow tiro teachers f-ao't jiopular rnd the second most popular to g from that county Jeffersoa excepted whUh ca.ta Vis cMatcst number of votto In the conteti contest. AM. TniCHLItS IX TUB STATS Kl"3 CI JCi Ll'DAL FOOTISO In s Tin teach r vrlili ojly twenty pupils inoyrric.e nc - e ites t:mn tae teacher wi i Itvoor f (vllim to children. The publ asmiuy eiiroiicu 111 ji s orucrscuooi, because Uo rotlng; li not couC-ici iac;or. will oe un Votes nay bs c 5. tor any penoo who tauirht school durms Icos or Is teaching now. Till gl vrsthstrnchcrcln Cie riontfu' school, which closed in November or December, Ueop;iortunl ty to be voled lor during the vacation period. AtiY Krjinna Oi' DALLOTg M IT 11K CAST AT OSB TIME. There is nollmll. The lars scut iu for any one teacher the more votes lie er she will be credited with. ON K DO LLAU CASTS TEN OTl5l! TWO 1)01 LAItS CASTS TWKNTY VOTOS) TIIRUk DOLLARS CAbiaTIlIKTY VOTES tI'OUnnoI,I.Ar.S OMITS IORTY VOTESl 1'IVIt DOt.LAKf CASTS VIPTYVOTKS! TI N DOLLARS CASTS A IIUNDItHD VOTESj ON IIUMDRUDDOL LAItS CASTS 015 TIIOUPANI) VOTtH. All ot tne money rcceiveu 111 1111s conicsi, over nnu bdovc mm usca in ueiroyipp expenses o: th.lrt.lpaia the V.'crl.i's t'ctr, will rj for the crrc the ijoruoit popular teachcraof the Btat: '.Ion of a Kentucky rnlldlrsrat theexposll on; o every voicr in 1.11s contest may nave ice audi tloiial salliftctloti of kuowicK tLat he lias aukd a r.crthy cause. THE STANDI"?!! OP TUG COSTESTASTS TT LI. BB PRITr.D FnEQTOnXT lu each county t ruu. uesm votinTiiowior youruvotite schou show his or herirlent's bowtne race is teacner. inexotcs wi DC coumcau'iacnnc snpervisiou u. iucx.uucaiionai iixnioii comraiiie of the Association. 1 he personnel of this committee Is as fellows: l'rof. 1. c. Bronne'.l, LouU vlile. Chairman: rrof. 11. V. McChesney, l'rankfort ; Trof. R. r. Ilalleck, Loulsvl.le; rrof. W. II 11 iiuuie Bartholomew, Louisville; itoi. rsui jinuerion, i.ciihitioii: ut. .nase Ident William DluwUdle,Jaekson;Dr. W. O. I'rost, Ilerea j Dr. B. II. Huntoon, LomIstII G.Y. Mulllns, Iutsville: Dr. Arthur Yaccr, Oectxetownj Superintendent M. A. Cassldy.Lex Incton; Superliilendcnt 8. I 1'roccc. rtantfottl l'rol. C. J. Crabbc, Ashland; rrof. Hcllrnn nlinailt. OwrnctHiroi 1 rof. T. It. Allrv, nelleiuetlTof. C. C. Cherry, Bow:ins Creen! Prof. l"no 1T3. I'm iv II. uracken. riilivlllr. 1 hptneer, Loulsiille; Hiss rattled. Hill, I.onliv c. ln M.u. nicker, i.ouisviuc. Members of the l!di tlciist Committee are not ell jlble to elci oni tnis contest. ItEMEJIIIflt ETEIlt COCSTT ELECTS ITS OT7 FWOltlTE TEACIIFB. Competition betweev counties only applies to the race for the ixth tili,tlie county, outside of JeQV rson, casting lh J be result will be announced in every paper In the state, and. In addition to this, a cousratn lilnrvmsn7' will fro to the teacher elected in each counfv. I ater the details of th trin will h arranged, each Uncfie chosen belnir Riven the privilege of selecting the month June, July o. August, I94 In which he or she wants to make the trip. . 1 1 A it WE SELL OUR GOODS At Prices That Compete with The LOWEST. WE TREAT e d inipo-mn- more-dol- , 0-- 1 People as we would wish them to Treat Us. Potato On ion Sets Per Bushef M -- 1 Onion Sets. 15cr per Gaffon, or $1 CLIP OUT THIS BALLOT, TILL UP BLANKS iV.l. r 1; AND AIA'L WITH $1. cast TTX votes for 101 as llic most popular teacher -- A of. .county. Wo. iUc. IOC. j OSTF. I)OLt,AR IJNCLOSEI - GIVEUSACALL Plione 75. jv "jjrjg Houk & Adams, MT ERNON. KY, ' n. t - ' I 1C 10. 10 IT. VKRNON DIRECTORY. COURT CALKNDAR. day iu each mouth. day in each month ' ioo". County Court. Fourth Mon- 10c. 10c Quarthkly Court. Fiist Mon- "You Don't Have To Go West" thinking' if BUT theyou arethat the of doing so keep before fact m Voters are not required li Bicn their names, but t!.e .' ssoctatlon wsnts all school children vollnc to do so, as It will enroll them In the Kentucky nuildlnir. totrts have the option oliwndliigbatlo's direct to the bectctary of the Association or to the paper t'rm which clipped Additional billots may be i.b'nlnrd by ircttlnff extra copies of this psprr. Kenilttauccs may be m.de 1 y ccrtlhid cheek, registered letter, cent postage, express or postal money order, or In cur'eucy at Heuder'sr A'. Address alt communications to H. . 1IURIIKS, Secretary, Louisville. '.? Circuit Count. Second Monday iu February, Fourth Monday in May and Thitd Monday in Sep tember. Third Monday in each month. CHURCHES. Services Mt Vrrnok Pouch Court; Louisville, Henderson &St. Louis Railway Idaho, Washington. Oregon, British Columbia and. other Pacific and North l'acific Coast Points. L.J. IRWIN, General Passenger A Kent. Louisville, Us For Rates) (Ask ninkinff IS TO THE WEST and Southwest, Also Low Colonist Rates to California, .Montana, Round-Tri- p Home-Seekers' Low Rates WORLD'S FAIR NOTES. A clock made entirely of llowpis is . bags. Q. W. tf k ' Waddy of Waddy and J. B. Walker of Hopklnsville are chairmen of tho subcommlttcesion grain for the eastern ami western districts of the stato lespectlvely. On grasses, Col. Nail says that all "grain In tho state, whether for mead-- ' ow, pasture or forage, should be In- - eluded. These samples, he states, should bo about six or seven Inches lu diameter "for tjie long grasses and less for the short ones, and should bo carefully cure'd so as to retain bright color and sweetness". He wants Lie seeds of each yarlety or grass shown in sampjes of one gallon each, J.'w. Smith of Glcndale Is at tho head of the subcommittee collecting grasses. The Hon. J. J. Johnson of Louisa Is to look especially to a display of grasses from the mountains. Whilo a special committee. 6f which " Mr. Chas. D. Campbell is chairman, will have charge of the tobacco exhibit ut the fair. Col. Nail has deemed Jlt wise to " Include In the gencial agrl-.- . . I V tise old established, wealthy business house of solid llnanelal standing. Snlnvy $21.00 weekly with expeines adPhonk No. 73. a ditional, all payable In cash each Wednesday direct from head cfllces. A STARTLING TEST. C. C. Ilorso and cavriafjo furnished when . To save a life, Dr. T. A. Merritt. necessary. Referenced. Enclose ATTORNEY-AT.L.AMehoopany, Pa., made'a Colonial Co., of No envelope. MT. VERNON. KY. n.34 Dearborn St., Chicago III. startling" test resulthigin a wonder-fil- l On 2td. floor of feb He writes; "a patient cure. .. m hi wd i, j at bemor- The Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Church Pire-West Point. Na.. destrov- - wasSattarked with violent MADSYOUNG AGAIN; street,Speclal attention giver ' QUICK ARRBST. ''One of Dr. King's New Tife ed property worth $125,000, wip- - rhages, caused by ulceration of the to collections. stomach. I had often found Elec-towPhone No. 80. ' J, A. Gulletlge, of Verbena, Ala., nils each'night for two weeks has ing out the business section of the trie Bitters excellent for acute , was twice ju the liospiia from a put me in my 'teens' again" writes Kentucky was represented in the stomacit ana iivct uuu.pu severe' case "of piles causing- - 24 D. H. Turner of Dempseytown, scribed them. The patient gained After doctors and nH Pa. They're the best in the world dedication exercises of "the World's tumors. Bowels. Fair by the State Rtecntive Asso- from the first, and has not had au HUGH MILLER, Propuiktor. remedies failed, Btickleu'.s Anjica for .liver, Stomach and Electric Purely vegetable. Never gripes. ciation and the Louisville Battalion attack in 14 tnonCbs." Salve quickly arrested further in Bitters are positively guaranteed at all druggists. of artillery. --The Kentucky sol- flammation and cured him. It coil- -' Only 25c. Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Con- A Patterson, N, J., man has Idiers were cheered continuously for quers aches and kills pain. 25c. aud Kiduey troubles. Try , stipation ' alng the line of parade. been found to have two .hearts. at all drupgists, all trains,- at G Ultra. Only 50c, at all drugstore. Importer a Wot Id's Fulr feature. This clock has n dial 100 feet across and its hands are CO feet long. It is the largest timepiece- in tho world. Tho demand for lithographic prints of the official flag of tho Louisiana Purchase Exposition la growing rap-IdlThe big business houses have sent out a gieat many Uiousand of them. An emergency hospital has been established by Medical Director Laldley in the noithwest entrance pavilion of tho Educational building at World's Fair at St. Louis. The pavilion, temporarily converted Into a room by closing tho doois, Is GO feet square. Work on Jerusalem, one ot the groat concessions on The Pike, will begin in a few days. The Holy City will be reproduced and It will appear as U did In tho days of Solomon. More than half a million dollars will be spent lu completing the work, which will bo historically correct. An express car loailed with about 100 turnstiles from Cleveland, 0 reached the Exposition grounds last week. It Is seldom so large a shipment as a carload comes by express, but the immediate necu for tho appliances caused the dispatch. Tho State department at Washington reports that the Emperor of Korea has formally accepted tho Invitation to take part in the Louisiana Purchase Exposition. Tho Emperor has directed his minister In Washington, Mr. Min imi Cho, to niako arrangements for the exhibit of his country. This flnal action of Korea makes It almost certain that eveiy Independent nation of Asia with which Commissioner liar-re- tt conducted negotiations will b well represented. y. Scott's Emulsion is the means ot lite and ot the enjoyment of life of thousands of men, women and children. To the men Scott's Emulsion gives the flesh and strength so necessary for the cure of consumption and the repairing of body losses from any wasting disease. Fpr women Scott's Emulsion does this and more. It is a most sustaining food and tonic for the special trials that women have to bear. To children Scott's Emulsion gives food and strength for growth of flesh and bone and blood. ror pale cirls, for thin and sickly boys Scott's Emulsion is a great help. Send forfreo sample. SCOTT & BOWNE, ChomlatB, 409-41- 5 Pearl Street, New York. GOc. and $I.OO; ail tmu ION SCOTT i inr 1st A Jrl 7:30 p. in. it tl. Uhnsllsu ('liunrb Presch. Sundsj'sat II a. m. aud M taiTf S aim.)) ucUol 9:SCl a, m. every Sunday 1 bursdsy 7lSy p.m. I'rsje' Mtctlij-I've- ry The prllic are'jtordlslly JiiTlttd to attcatl ull srrvlces. DAVID H.VKTSriKM), Pastor. Presbyterian Holds servlees on the Ith dttnday, momlnKaiul tveulnR. Baptist Church Serrlres on Hie Third Sunday Saturday night, aud Sunday. in every Sunday. Prayer 3boolat 9 acetlng- oar Tuesday nixhts. - f&A Vlcol'tmldent Womah's Mrs. Laura. S. Webb, Clubs of Morllirrn Ohio. "I drtadtd the change ol life which Demo-eratl- MAS9NIC o was fast approaching. noticed Wine of Cardul, and decided to try a bot I experienced tome relief the tie. first month, so I kept on taking it for three months and now I menstruate with no pain and I shall take itotf and on now until I have passed the climax." Ashland Lodge No. 640 meets 4th Men. day, 10 A in. JIT VERNON a A. CHAPTER. No. every FOURTH MONUA.Y 2 p. in. at BTS druggists. (300D CiiAUACTEit'nnd good iepu-tntlr- n in cncli stato (ono in this county required) to represent and adver- or gSrWANTKD.ShvnRAl. PEltSONS Female weakness, disordered menses, falling of the womb and ovarian troubles do not wear off. They follow it woman to thecbangs of life. Do not wait but take Wine of Cardul now and avoid the trouble. "Wine of Cardul never" fails to benefit a suffering woman of any ago. Wino of Cardul relieved Mrs. Webb when she was in danger. When you come to the change of life Mrs. Webb's letter will mean more to you than it does now. But you may now avoid the suffering she endured, Druggists sell 81 bottles of Wine of Cardui. MACCABEES. K. O.T. M.TIKT, No. XI, meets every lit and 3rd Monday at 7:30 p. m. JAS E HOUK. Com CIIAb C DAVIS. R K v a and Memphis. the Cotton Be t. from St. Louis. Tlicbcr., C.-Ifirst and third Tuesdays of each n.ontl:, bcninnlng October 21st. y For tickets, ro one-wa- M. L. MYEKS, Half the 0neWay Rate, plus $2.00; round-tri- p tickets, one fare plus S'2.00, to points in Missouri, Arkansas, loulsinnn, Texas, Oklrhoma and Indisn Territories. Write for particulars and cort of liciet from your home tewn. Tho Cotton nelt runrtM,)ironshtrulnt T.einlppeil wllli tu quick tlms T)in? Dentist, MHfifiU suxmx-OFFICE: Mt. Vkrnon, . Ky. First-Clas- s Woxr. MNEof CARDUL At residence, on Old MkiH st known as the' C C. Williams resideuce, 2. O. BCHAEFEn, t. O.La BSAUME, TrovtHnfl Parsongcr Aflct Cincinnati, Mo. W. Agt., St. Louis, Pass, meat modern and enrafnrtal.ln rnra. tralnn mako and tilroct canmu'lons (or all I aris of tho Urcat gemhirrst. If .yon aro scrHlHC a bollrr ctacoti. lo.ite,rlto feta iros tcpyof our kam'tnaii OliiitralM bixiUcts. Upmts In llm Souliiweii unJ Tbroueli Tciss With a Camera. General end Tlckit William, 2C-2- E.- i 1. n, r Miller House, uof vAt bowels, but rcnular action cannot bo secured until inrarimnc . nii.iwE secretes enouch enc to naKe tne execute twir natural functions, ural oaitatlon. caused by cathartics, continual and Increasing doses to tiie results. attain Don't Take P'ills -csssssssssi k the liver , 'gS sh. ssssn m ssssssssb mr acts on the liver cures Chills and Fever, and every fcrm of Malarial, Bilious, Remitting and Inter mitting Fevers, and, by golne to the scat of the trouble, works permanent cure. 1 Headquarters for Commercial Men. pipty cents prJrt dottle. Chas. C. Davis' Drugstore K 1 1 J.I ate - 'J - '- r jj",-".- ; i "ti t ,r p. .J'. 1 -- J- - .. 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