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OLD LINERS ' i $c&cjr tf We will shake oil the shackles of Want a Voice in Farty dull cotifinenunt tomoirow and Affairs and Object to spend the wetk in the city with the a Machine ContrpHed Grand Lodge, K. & A. M , eating . by inw be IT and sotip and drinking lagar. A moviitienl lirs Itidi started Rev. Hargis preached at Friendship, Sunday, Rt uheti Todd being among "old Jine" Republicans lo in unable to attend lie has had a liinn ;in organization lJeik-r.'- I(ouisville olhYe-lio- l independent of I he case of flux. Our church now looks Itrs' iiindiini'. Tlu-- w.mt :i only the skeleton ol former times may be a chance for the letter will v"'lt '" ""v affair.A leader 111 this m vein, nl said 'i,i.nwi,rnto,i u;,,i,i i,i. 1. umpli over wroiig and Uiat where "We resent the fact that (he guid 111 inoor tlnee are gathered in the iog sptrii party hffnirs l,vre is J. A. Criift; theColkclor of 'Iutcinal Lord's name He will ineet with Reenttf, u foinitr Democrat. tliein. "We olject to the policy of emWe will have daily mail on this ploying more Democrats at the Iroute whiih began last Monday, the 17th, witli itobcrt L Iildridge Custom house than Republicans. tr il ..-i- The Hustling Cash Store. v" V K '- -, lit i ' 'yJr Vi ) -- i. It is a fine of not less than S5 nor more than $25 to kill or have in possession afier being killed, any paitridge or quail except ociween Vivv. 15111 mi uct, ,51011 or nny rabbit or squirrel between Sept. 15, and Nov. 15th. 2. It is a fine of from $10 to Sis tobuv.rsellj transport or to have in possession to sell ortnnspn-- t aid quail or partridge. Each is a separate ofleuse, and the fine is from $A to Sco for each Lffulise - J" mrd LAW. As there is considerable dou' t S far this season Terhune and Dry weather seems to be the Brown have bought 200 mule colts among soni e as to just how, tho- general talk here. voters in the Mt. ' Vernon; Broi... Clel Coleat an average of $40 eadaud Liiugstou precincts, wj. Winter is here along with short man' the past week bought 200 Ceding cattle in this county for Lex- failed to register on the regular crops and dull .times. registration day, can get their cts. 3 and Attorney G. 1. Rader has just ington par!ies-a- t names on the regis'er, we pu'-- 1 Harrodsburg Herald. returned from Lincoln Court. ilsh in lull the two sections of th - A bailk'hasjust -- beeu opened iu Mr. J. W. Hales, of Kichmonr, liw covering that point: jnc warden has the McKee with $15,000 capital stock, has been in this county for the past Sec. 1498. "Any person enlh'. s'iot.t unci "and a college is in construction week buyiug cport cattle for the ..' ... a . . V lit" -. .',;.led to register, who" was neeessai'fleg set Jourjiaupaysx- "wT" one fouud vio- - indications are tuat . large anv fiini of S. CS.'CiVi Baltimore. H MiTj now. .. sr' t 'and may confns- - cro? l)e sm,ea' l e 'ate SOME SEASONABLE ADVICE. "This is but the beginning of a Bales has secured a bunch of 9.2 i,' ai 5 111 ironi ine city 01 111s re ws, TheCountv Court Clerk J. I I pc- " limLI rtlir till Mf.tlKI.I T, nmv he n n ece nf siinprfliimis movement that will fiud'vpfce and " K" TOV anv froai Lanier Bios., at $5. 12 per dence during the days allowed f'r ClinS. (toe or nlC "Engle and his wife, who had gone fn possession of such did condition for wheat, barley, advJce to mgc KQpQ Qt lhisseason syinpathy in all parts of the State hundred; from Mr. Tom Gentry, registration Herein, or who was i u,w u,ul 8raswM- oftUeiear to lay in a suoply of among men whose devotirJn to the to the World's Fair, were called 72 at $5, and from T. D. English, during aid time, or who was uiio1'; rson i "1m"1"11' Alul.cropoflnrleyand will chamberlain s Cough Remedy. It Republican party cautiot be dial home by telegram on account of 18 at $5 These cattle are about to attend the place of registratio i ' be seeded this season. But on ac- - is n,mobt lengcd They know 'that their the illness of their daughter, ol the best lot that ever left the coun on nccount of sickness of soif.f L (jU AI le to be d d before nKt.lrtf u.r...uu vumpicw idiiuiv I.t. f.l -- Wller js oueri lld n,llch lore party in Kentuck is not run typhoid fever. U...U, 1.. m'.m.I nn tyand represent the neat stun of named member of his familv, m v Miss Lillie McBee' is selling of winter oats last season, there Oats is telling at $2.00 per hunwith a view to win victories ii. about $15,000. Danville Advocate have his name placed umu tb and satisfactory reMilts are hex for the Columbia Publishing will be oi.Mderable falling off in prompt registry for ihe precint in which behalf of Republican principles but dred, blade fodder $2 00 per hunoblttined whfa taken s boon asn Several sales of new corn have house. lives, by attending the count v .acreage of the crop, the picpects' oldis contracted and before it has simply to keep in office a set of dred. Cattle worth nothing al- - been made in the county at 35c per George Long came in from Cin- - for a full tobacco crop is seventy-- 1 heroine settled in thesystem clerk's office at the times specifie i,faclionis,s who act as though ihej mo,,t as ,mv as during the gieat bushel. which Other sales have been '(,t'siie lbc Parlv lo aml sonl ,,ul,se reiKin the next section, and making the cinnati yesterday. Some was gl-- d five per cent, a month ago. While can only be Krow smaller j lv,nic done by keeping the made at 40c delivered. ...Franu see htm. to the crop will be .short hi pounds,1 remeay aj iianj. numbers. so' The shortage iji crops continue CliTt, of Mason county, was here affida it before the clerk showiu.; This remedy is ad ,waudly the facts to be stated in the legist iv it is reported to bo of excellent So widelv known and so nltoeethei ,,ie federal offices will about golto glow wotse. Now if our supers- Mrs. John G. Riddle has been 01 Monday and bought the follow- by section jRy herein, and .showquality, both iu the hurley ind' good llmt no one nave me enure tiling j ne uieventn district is ors could visiting relatives in tuts part. should hesitate round. ing export cattle at 5c per pound ing the,ab'.eii.'e or sickness referic ripe for a similar revolt agaiust the power the conditions of the U. S h. uisu itis. i iitie is some com about buying it in preference to Dry weather still prevails in this ui for October delivery: C. M. Flein to above." pliint of hohseburn, but it is too .auy other. It is for sale by Cls, tyrany of the Ernst-Cra- ft combina- at the end of four years would be ing, section and water is very scarce. 41 head, L. Howe, 17 head early to estimate the damage from C. Davis, the druggist. something to be remetnbeied. Sec. 1499. On Monday, Tuestion. Jno. J. Lee, 34 lUsmingsburg Makrikd Frank Cummins and it The amount of clover day and Wednesday preceeding the j et. Circuit Court closed here a short Gazette. Lizzie Brown, daughter of Raus s;ed saved is slightly below the avONIS OK MANY. Polertishuns now am here, November election in each year, time ago in which John Morris was Urown, were married last vyeck'in H. N. Rankin purchased of S. Sf erage, but the seed is of good qualiSettin' up cigyars an' beer such county clerk shall receive in H.A. Tisdale, of Sumtnerton. sent to the penitentiary twenty-onRalls 29 yearling mules Monday at Mt. Vernon. ty. Live ttock, is in good condiHowdey lub de coon! bound book, to be kept by him A.r S. C, suffered for twenty 'vears with years for munslaughiei, and TimSi 27 per head. This is about the Supt. G. M. Ballard was iu this tion. The numvcrof hogs foi fatliestes' frien's you ebber met that purpose, the affidavits provid- the piles. Specialists were em- othy Lakes sent fifteen years on lino, t 'a lvtitirvL tif ntnf eitU section Monday visiting schools tening is about the average. I know what hit means, you bet! ployed and many remedies used Morris is appealing pjs3 lhrouih our street-- . Carlisle ed ill the preceeding ection, and charge. and looking after his interests as a slnll place the names of persons 'Lecshun's coinin' soon. but relief and permanent" good was his case. Mercury. candidate. He is a good man for found only in the use of DeWitt's limiting Mi1.1i aiuuciviis upon nit: The Fayette county grand jury The board of trustees of McKee A LOVE LETTER. Waller .Sharp, of Sharpsburg, proper registration book, and shall the place which he seeks Witch Hazel Salve. This is only has a law prohibiting hogs or horses returned an indictment agaiust the soui to j.. josepn, .ot Cincinnati, write his name as clerk and date of Would not interest you if you're one of the many, many negro Lewis Mitch.-ll- , cures that charging looking for a guaranteeed salve for have been effected by this wonder- running at large on the streets, also :7o cattle at $485.. -- Ben T. Wright reuMry, after the name of the per'him with attempting to noison a law prohibiting the hitching of of Sharnsburg, sold to Harrell, sou R.Ki.st(.rc( in lhc columu i,cod. sores, burns or piles. Ottn Dodd, ful remedy. In buying Witch horses, mules, etc , to fences, hous- TibbH & Mrs. James H. Mulligan. lor Infants and Children. Gish, 102 export cattle at ed ..Remarks.-of Ponder, Mo., writes: "I sulfat- Hazel Salve it is Al)y pcrs6n pres. only necessnry to es or shade trees along the streets. the indictment was a re- t -- Owingsville Outlook. The. Kind You Have ed with an ugly sole for a ear, but see 'elt jn thc counly c,erk.s ofllce nuy that you gel the genuine pcrt eahonorating James J. MulliWe guess that the fellow that rides a box of Bucklen's Arnica Sajve In Bourbcu Thomas Henry Clay challenge the right of any voter to made by E. C. DeWitt & Co Boars tho gan ftcm onj connection with the up and hilclus his horse to our sold Wednesday Gto Joseph cured aie. It's the best salve on in Chicago, and a cure is 114 register under this .section, and FUsnaturo certain. front gate and walks olT, eating attempted poitonig. earth." 25c at all druggists. cattle at thereupon the county clerk shall DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve cures nothing for the rights of any one headof i,30o-winc,,estc'r Deniocrnt examine such voter and any wit- all kinds of pile?, cuts, burns, bruisbut himself, will soon he marched Well Dili Crimp ";;;.';" We with a full lino of everything yon need to es, eczema, tetter, ringworm, skin back by Mar.snaJ Short to the office Wr. McClure sold to Wm Ar-- uess who may be nffcicd, und- r nold one work horse for $6,",. keep you warm: .oath, and shall hear and determine diseases, etc. Sold by Mt. Vernon of Judge Llewellyn uud be required m . a the question ol his right lo jegister. Drug Co. Such as Ladies wraps, furs, skirls, waists, all of the very latest. If wo hnvo not to contribute one dullnr and cost for A JUDICIOUS INQUIRY. The duties herein imposed upon Man is a funny li'.tle cuss and his hitching post. got what you want, we can get it. A well Known drug man who the county clerk may be pei formed hasn't long to stay. He flies mound visits the drug trade saws lie often by his deputy, and lie or his dep- heavy weight Underwear at prices never before and makes a fuss, and then he SAVES TWO FROM DEATH. heard druggists inquireof customers my may administer oaths under hikes away. Some men imagine "Our little daughter had an al- who asked for a cough medicine, this law." EQUALED. they are great, and try to tear up most fatal attack ol whooping cough whether it was wanted for a child Overcoats, Jack, but each one meets the same and bronchitis," writes Mrs. W. K. or or an adult, and if for a child Gloves, Caps, PILL PLEASURE. Gujn Coats, old fate and, trots the same old Haviland, of Armonk, N. V., "hut, they almost invariably recommend If you ever took DeWitt's L'U'tj Great Ceasar's dead and when all other remedies failed, wc Chatnberlain'sCough Remedy. The track. Mackijiioslies, Mufflers ajid Hosiery, Early Risers for billiousness t r turned lo clay and so is Cicero and saved her life with Dr. King's New reason for this is that thev know constipation you know what p'l Alexander's gone'the way-niOur niece, who had there is no danger from it nnd that pleasure is. These famous the Discovery. litre Goods Go at Cost. A complete lino of Flanols, Flnnelets, Outings, Ginchama, rest must go. The sages, heroes, consumption in an advanced stage, it always cures. There is not the pills cleanse the liver and rid t' e poets, all the men of wealth and also used this wonderful medicine least danger in giving it, and for .system of all bile without prodi" Chambras, Cantons, Silks Satins, Velvets. worth, into an open grave must fall, mid today she is perfectly well," cough. rpRsn nd croup it is un- - jug unplea'ait effects Trey do and crumble back to etrih. Trimmings of all kinds. Mich ns: Hamburg. Laces, Braids, binding and Linings. desperate throat and lung disea.-e- s surpassed. For sale by (.has. C. not gripe, sicken or weaken, lift r Sick headache is caused by a dis- yield to Dr. King's New Discovery Davis, the druggist. pleasantly give tone and strenpii Xftejj.iriust go, so come and aeo us. Wo wnnt to sell thorn and we can savo; ordered condition of the stomach las to no other medicine on earth. to the tissues and organs qf Hie j The river is so low the strpet you monoy. and is quickly cured by Cliamber- - Infallible for coughs nnd colds. stomach, liver and bowels, Sod sprinkling department of Madison lam s Stomach and Liver Trblets. 50c and Si bottles guaranteed' by . " by Ml. Vet non Drug Co. is daily called to the wharfboit to Trial bottles free. A. f?or sale by Chug. C. Davis, the all druggists " allay the dust raised by the boit Tailor-mad- o ' Suits and lints a Specialty W. J Bryan closed the sixth ' iv M Q druggist. 3 She -- Do you think you would, landing at that point) No trouble of his Indium tour at .Bedford Tuts, The melancholy daysniejliere live longer if ou were married, Mr. of this kind is experienced on this day night, speaking to a crowd When poets warble lays . side there always being plenty of which filled four Bachelor? &VZ. a acre park. D About October's leaflets seie" nB!wBl,: lie I don't know, but I am sure deep, pure water on the old Ken- ing the day he spoke to latge Jtf ' And melancholy days.'&t tucky shore. Milton News. it would seem longer. crowds at a number of towns, I I tnfirt for Congressmen and Circuit Judge $625 j.er aiiaum, for four jears. both of whom are former DemoThis will give us the advantage of U'jiuinee lor Congtess is Sam Van-hoo- crats. The the daily city papers practically a nonicsident. and wife and father, and T "We resent the treatment accordJ. Piice and others are at the big ed such men as W. 0. Bradley, A. fair at St Louis. 15. Wilson, George G.Todd, Charts , Candidates are as thick as the fiddlers at the old fiddlers contest D. Sapp, R. L,. Gwathmey, Al The Presidential contest dwin- Spies, R. I. James, Samuel Richdles into insignificence when com- ardson, Dr. Godfrey Hunter, and a pared to the contest between some host of others. These men have ol the icpubs for county offices been Republicans all their lives, How I do enjoy their little fights, yet they are denied a voice in afand O, what bard things they do fairs and their friends i.rei ignored. say abcut each other. 1 wondei The party here h being run by KENTUCKY CROP RKPORT, I if they teally mean it, or are the nonresident Democrats. "Wecoinplain of the interference The seasonable weather duringj only getting off electioneering stuff the month of September was very like they do on us whin we run of the machine here in the Elevbenelicial to the late corn and against them. We have several enth district primary, uud condemn as well Jas pastures. Some candidates and deputy, candidates R. P. Ernst for his action iu tnkiug counties still complain of drouth in our precinct. Wm. T. Brown, the State Central Committee to a scarcity of stock water. Hut of Skidmore, Mo., will remain : o.nersct to give the Congressional m nearlV all parts of the State good with us sometime yet. He has nomination lo D. C. Edwdrc's. " Wc do not believe that the State r ,Ms llavc fa,,e"' w,liIe "ot enough prospeied well in his adopted coun r.u.se ine streams or ine ronus, try. l Barton Sams has moved in Central Committeeman inAhis dissUfieiento keep pastures grcsn our neighborhood. Gran Sowder trict should be W. A. 15 vans, a y.t and develop the late corn and de-h- g contemplating moving to Berea reaerai oinceiioiderf ' enp the torn ceo crop, the pros-- , t0 tend his children to school there- "We do not believe that the Re 1 actvanc- publican campaign should' I ' ,r a ' - croP ' coil oh! This lovely autumn weather . 'fSSiSs? percent, tieptemuer the" don't we wish it could continue all ducte.d by a man who has ' een re- ven per cent. .OctA winter, 1st gSmiety-sbuktd by the President By way of comment, t, 1st, a.iKun ol, twelve points. Ti-Somer- DuckVaunon k "and I'. Bumgarner contractors at "We complain of the nominees ARGAINS Here is here You Can Always Look for Bargains. &$&J&:$ 31CKE E. (Jaoloii County.) h DAIS LIVSGSTO, KY. LAM). STOCK AND CHOP THE LAW. ...-' y .1 s h.i. -- 1 e . " I wer . .si - I, - i - I I H.IA -- t. TV ' re -- , k-- i 1 ( I - 111 1 1 I e 1 - i - Accom-pnnyiii- g . Always-Bough- $3-7- dLv05Efi u - is Here - ' Ladies' and Gents' Suits, Overalls, Sweaters, SS At allPrics. l S -- f SHOES! SHOES!! SHOES!!! J. C. HOCKER & X CI4Qtf&r CO.", "t?! , : " -- v MX - LIVINGSTON, KY ffjsr-i- H5w!fSV'- - f. wi- - r!jSSfP'!"' " ' "' " PSF MT VERNON SIGNAL Oct. 21, 1904. We are utitliurlzeii tuiiiinouiii'e tile hs u ciuitllilalu fur County Court Clerk, of llnekciitle enmity, tuhjrct to the action of tlic republican paity. Primary Nov. I'Uli. ri:v w. j. ciiwrKKX POLITICS AM) POLITICIANS a Vyr.tgedv and a subsequent fight THE SUNDAY DIBLE SCHOOL Mr Rryim was k ree led by hrj: lu'tween brigands and soldiers neir Lesson in t&e Intrntional Gtriea and enthusiastic audiences on his Indiana tour. Chicago'? registration is no great er than it was in 1900, ana the po litical workers are disappointed at the outcatne. Senator Redfield Proctor was reelected to the United States Senate by the Vermont Legislature in Sep- rute Greol croW(is attended the llryan meetinRS in Indiana and the frte Mlver followers of the Isebrnsknu iirc becoming enlhusinstic for Par ker and Davis. The Democratic Campaign Committee has planned to put seventv- five speakers in Kentcoky during the last eleven days ol the cam-ptig- "i'jnu PniDAY, Mexico City resulted in thedea b oi three men and tha woundi ig of 15 for October '83, 1804 ''Ellsha and Ns.nmn." Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YKAR $I.OO FOH HAGISTItATti Wo aro authorized to nnnounco WM. MCQUEEN tig ft cnnoiiliito f or Mitgltitrnto in (lis- - Itrict No. 1, subject to the action of ivpublletiu party. Wo aro authorized to aunounco Advertising rules made known on OI1KSLEY PAYNE application an a eamllds'to for Magistrate in the Fourth district, subject to the action .of tiio Itepttblicim party. Primarv DEVOCItATIC TICKKT. November 1!). .'.ir PrvsMi-nt Memory i ernes (II. Kings observed at the World's Fair. 1. tho host tf tr.e The Census Bureau reports ahit klnt of Syria, qk it great man with h!s and lionoraW", tccouto by him the there are '271, 169 emplopes of the mstr, shell (V:lera&ca unto Siln; he hud a.so Government who com; under the leper. a mighty ir.nnln v!or, lint h was I civil service rules, exclusive ofovei 2. And1 the Srlans hail sor.c out b) companies, and had brought Aa) captive out 100,000 employe. in the iniliturj of the land of lstaol .tttie mnlil; lied vim and naval branches of the Govern-ment- i waited on 'aamiin's wife. 3. Al.d she said Would 0:1-1- In honor of Miss Hellen Keller, (Prepared by tb "Highway and T3y who was born deaf, dumb tine wny" Preacher.) (Cap) rltht, 1(01. by J. M. IMson,) blind, "Hellen Keller Day" wa LUHdON TEXT. ) 11 iimxii: Ai.rox - K ' ' words; "Do the people of the United States want, for the next four years a Constitutional Goven For .Titilje Fifth Appellate District JUDGE .IAMKS E. CANTHILL, ment directed by a wise, sane, con of Geovffetown. 'servative man like Judge Parker. For Cotifrress or do they want a turbulent GovHON. O. O. Gll.BKHT, ernment run by n War Lord whose of SlioPiy. sole idea is to have a great stand FOR JL'lXSi:. 'tig army and to pick a quarrel with any nation that dares to disturb We are authorized to announce the chip on his shoulder? Shall we I,. W. BUrilUKOM ItickenstloCntiti-ty- , as a candidate for Judge of return to the Jeffersonian simplicisubject to the action of the Itcpubllcan ty practiced under the Cleveland party. administration, or shall we reelect' We are authorized to announce Roosevelt and endotse the exSHUTTS II. a candldato for County .Tudec- nub- - travagance of the last four years jpet to the action of the republican when more than two billion five patty. Primary Ivoveinlior lam. hundred thousand dollars of the people's money were wasted in FOR JAILER. reckless expenditure? Shall the We arc nuthorlied to announce Tariff be revised by "the friends of It. M. JOHNSON the masses, and for the common Counus a candidate for Jailer of ItocktUstle ty, subject to the action of the Itcpubllcan weal' as promised in the Demoparty. cratic Platform, or shall it continue to be exploited for the benefit of the tn announce We are ntithoriml robber trusts and .corporations? G. W. I)H' Kfili Conn-tss a candid e for Jailer o Rockcastle Shall do justice to the Filipinos subject t tliB action of tho Itcpubllcan and give them their independence, party. or shall we continue to maintain a Wc are iiutliowcd to announce Government that deprives them of i,. j.. ,r arui:tt the right to. control their own Counas a candid it for Jailer of KockeastlH action of the ltepub.lc.iu affairs and make them "Slaves in ty, subject to the stead of Free Men?" Shall the parly Government be administered solely to nnnounco We are imthorlred CIIA1UXY CAKMIC.U. for the benefit of the Trusts, who counos a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle have their representatives in the ty, subject to the action of the Republican Cabinet and who are rallying to the rartr. support of Roosevelt, or shall the We are authorized to announce people at least have a representa 0 M CUMMINS tive in the White House, in the of this county Asa candidate forJatler parson of Judge Parker, who will to the action of the lieimhlkiiu party defend their rights against the enWe are authorized to announce croachment of those, who are enV W CLAKK candidate for Jailer of this coun- liching themselves at the expense an a ty, subject to tha action of the Repub- of the Tax payers?' These are the lican party. important questions of the Campaign and it lemains for the dem We aro authorized to nnnounco ocrats of Kentucky to nnswer CAUnOLL, MAUT1N si n. candidate for Jailor of Itock whether they will remain true to oaHtlc county, subject to the action of their Democratic record, or stir the republican party. Primary ov render to the hosts of plutocracy 19. led by Roosevelt and financed by We are authorized to announce Pierpont Morgan and the Stan jard J. W. PAKSONS Oil Co. -- Of New York--. Tor Vice President HON. HUSKY 0. DAVIS, Of West Virginia. iuiooks ii:Ki:it, Tub live questions of the camfaign can be summarized in a few - of Lexingt- hi lepios), . And or.e went In mid told his lord, on," Ky., thinking her jewelry, Thus atd thus said the mold tl at ll jf tho land of lsiah valued nt $t,ouo, wrappeJ in a 5 And the hlnn f Syria aaldt do to, go. chamois skinn, was n mouse, huled and 1 nil! send a le.ter unto the klne or Israel. Ard hrt departed and took with htm from a third story window of a St. ten talenta tt silver, ar.d six tlousaud Louis hotel, and no trace of it can pieces of gold, and imi eharmey of raiment. say-lt:: Mrs. R. G. Pulliam, Ro.l my lord weie wlji the prophet tlmt Is In Samaila! fcr he woll.d recover him of be found. " 1 - " w-- e , sub-je- d - The Kentucky Synod of ti c The number of voler who regis- Southern Presuyterian church is in tered in Greater New York thefir.--t session at Shelbyville. The dele two das i placed at nearly half a gatis conic to Danville Thursday million. The Democrats are en- to witness the inauguration of Dr. couraged at the figures. Hinnitt as president of Centra' Chairman Taggart, of the Dem- University. ocratic National Committee, lelt Indiana's building at the Worlds New York Thursday for Indiana. Fair may be moved to Indiaiupol s He will put in several days looking after the close of the exposition nrd after the political situation in Indi- used as the executive mansion fot ana and Illinois. the Governors of the Hoosier Stit The Hon. Felix T. McWhi tjr, At present Indiana i without a Prohibition nominee for Governor Mate resiuenre tor its duet execuof Indium, was summarily jerked tive. by a policeman from a dry' goods The annual report of the Treas-nteb x which he was using as a platof the United States shows form while delivering- a speech at that the 'net ordinary expense for Hammond. the fiscal year ending June 30 t The tour of West Virginia by Mr. eased $76,303,314. The net orDavis, former Senator David H. dinary revenues were $540,631,749, Hill and others of the party was decrease. of ft10.7fVt.02s .is marked by enthusiasm at all points 01lflj wjt, IOO, where stops were made. The camf Mrs. Sallie Grtiu-f.- f Th.e paign has begun to tell upon the dv, acres of land, a n e Davis, but otherwise rt&lJcllttebaild voce ,arminB luipcmenU he is in good shape, land $10,000111 money for an Or- Judge Parker held conferences phans Home in Washington conn Tuesday in New York City with a tv was nccepted l uesday by the Suiod of the .Southern Prisbytert-anumber of the democratic leaders. church in session at Sliilbyville The political situation in Indiana, Kgypt put in a claim to posses'-thNew Jersey and other States was oldest person in the world, ont canvassed. Ahmed Selim, who has just turner He remembers Napole i hjs speech at Huntington, W. six score Va . former Senator Hill discussed on in Kgypt, or sav.s he does, and ho iv he scattered the Mameluke the race question declaring that it before him "wi'lt his whirlwint had been injected in. to the cam- swird," more potent than eve paign by the Republicans as a po- the prophet's litical issue. bladeIe was Jong a slave it Cairo, Witjjs now bedridden an' Charles F. Murphy, leader of taken clVe- - of by a greit grant Tammany Hall, gave orders that daughtell "jerself well along ii candidates nominated by Tammany vears. remember hifr oliffiaif whe'trtlidV'"we'rebby must not nerm'ft tlteii- - names fo en J oeueviuf in the official ballot of the Popu.nu invc iioaimcimy that he is as aged as he says he is. sis. "Democrats must iw nm.i. r in-c- s And he brought the letter to tl-- e 1:Lk of Israel, sajlui: Nob, Tvhmi tl l ih camo unto thee, bet old 1 have theten-llient Naaman my servant to tl ee. that tl.su ma) est recover him f fcl .eprosy. klr-of 7. Ard It eaire to pass, wl en tr the .etter. that he ter.t Ms had Am 1 Hod, to Mil aid ciothes, and sal.l: 10 ,tter make a Iw, that this man doth send me to recover a man of his leprcsy? iv'herefoie consider, I pta) )ou, and see cow l e sreketr, a quarrel ajalnst w. . And It was so, when K.lsha. .he man of :d had heard that the hlmj of larael had ent his clothe-- , that ho sent to th Ung, lent thy aylrn: Wherefore hsst ard )i oihes? Let him come non- to f.jll know thanherelsalircptetin miat-:-. 9. So Naaman came wl.h Its liciscs ar.c , alth his chnrlat, and stoed at tl e ctor tl I .he house cf Kiisra, ltf, Ard K.Isha aert a messeiiRer urtc him, sa)IiiK: )o and wsslv In Jordan eeie.. ' iimes, and thy flesh sna.i come again in r.e, and thou shall be t.ean. II. lint Naaman wai. wroth, and wcei said: Beho'.d, 1 thoiml ava), ur.d come cut to me, acd statd,t, a1 . nl.i smei) ca. I on the name of the loid Ms .,ou, a, , ;ilke hts hand over the p.uce, al.d leojve. the leper, 12. Ate not Abanaand l'hntvor rlvt 1 Damascus, beifer than a . ll.e w o.s C rot wash In ihein, ard te Israe.? May I'.canV So he turi.ed. ar.d wer.i awa) lr. ir, 1 raje. . 1 rn-i-- - ly IS. And his servant came rear, ard aps unto him and s.i.d: My father, It .!. tuophet had bid thee dosonegi-e- t thlr.?, wouldest Ihou pot have ounc U? tather then, when hesaltliuiuo ttevl ho.-ir.uc- ... r fnvfn , him- he dewn. and C.pr-cIn Joroan. sccoiclr k lv the llesli mvlns cf iho r.ian of li:d; ur.d ofhts lltl. a aim- - HKiiln llk urto ll.e r.eeh l.lld, and l.e was ciean. of Chap- SCJlirXCHAJ. 8KCTION.-A- U iv u imli. tiii urd lie Tn-r- tlir,. I I n heaven-lescend- et s til ns-a-n OlH.DllN TKXT. "Heal me, O Lord, and aha , bo l.ra.edi sfte m, and 1 shall t jiaved. ' Jer, 17:H. TtMK.-- ln about the elshth )car of Jc- ictam. kins: of larae.. Lamascus, Samaria, nrd forca l'l.ACl-:jf Jordan, about 25 uil.es fiom Samaria. of Saivatlon Illustrated. Story A Hopekss Cae (V. 1). A Rteatgea- ral A kiiiB's favorite A distinguished tan An honorable man A man or alor BUT A LBPEK. AH the power, a'.l t'ae distinction, all he honor, all the iuccesb which tl: .vorld may give lo man cannot cover p that little word of three tellers BUT. .'aainan had everything the world coulJ ;ve but lie was a leper." There Is a JUT that KtanGs bftween every scul nd peate of mind and true hanppinesc. '.a matter what this world may say of a add, llut he is a slu- ,iiil, fiod has-i1 . s er ' I ffiRAMVM y . UNDERTAKER, "z" I FHUITMO? w,,-,- ,v Fvi.r. Link .; BrodheadvKy.. Coftins, Cnskotsnr All Mail, TelegrJ Icluphon ordera h$Li teCCoc$gc IT 1 I 11 I 1 crats," said he Secretary of State McChesney refused to allow the People's party leaders to file petitions to get on the names of congressional nominees in BONE FOOD V Onk of the most siguicatit fea :23. An Humble Messenger "Captive out tures of the campaign is the atti- the First, Third and Ninth districts a little maid" God .f Israel FOR SUPERINTENDENT tude of the "Independent Press of on the official ballot, owing to the pleased to use vry humble mean VVi tact that they were presented ten New York City. Four years ago imetlmes. SJie was only a little HeWe are authorized to aunounco days after the limit expired as (! M ItAIXMU) If you havo atrip in view to Evansville, St. Louis brew rlave. hut she had a mestaRe. It they were a uuit for McKinley. m as (1) A fclmple message. She I.ikvt as a ctndidite for or to any point in the West or Southwest, This year they nre unanimously prescribed by law. of Rockcastle, MibJ.ict to the action h' true God. She knew of His nerval t Judge ' Parker delivered an adfor Judge Parker. The New York llislia. nnd theee two thoughts were of the republican party. Flf" ' 'jlkj. . if a he theme of her message. (2) A Herald is leading the battle against dress at Rosemountto two political .: ftfc1 mepfage. "He would recover hl)n delegations that visited him. This Rooseveltism, which it consideres We are authoiized to announce If there are reduced rates in effect on account of if hla leprosy." There were no lfE.aniia S N DAVIS a menace to the peace and, prosper- was the second address of Judge r huts about It. Tho simple, posltiva special occasions, Homo Stokers' or Colonists' Ex Superintendent of a a candidate for lopcl mtssago is tho most powerful. ity of the country. The New York Parker since accepting the der.io- eubj ft to the action of the repubcursions, wo have them. n The Quest for Help (Vs. cra,ic nomination, and it deal: with World, which fought Bryan bitter-- ' lican parly. went with (1) Credentials from th? E. (S. L. GARRETT M.WOMACK, ly iniS96andi9oo, is advocating t,ie question of imperialism. The CIiib. (2) Great treasure ButNaamai iad to learn that God's favor could not City Passenger Agont. Traveling Pass'gr. Agt election of Judge Parker. audisPeaUer "eciareu that tne Mlipinos the F0RSHKR1FF. o bought. There is nothing the soul can Mr. Pulitzer is personally pouring should be treated as the Cubans L. J. IRWIN, General Passenger Agent, lo to merit God'a saving grace. Ifa,C4;0. Ve are authorized to nnnounco s into the Republican were in the matter of independence. Conditions of Delivernuce (V. 10), So R. L. McFERRON Louisville, Kentucky. iltnple. Seven dips in Jordan and then The New York Times as a candidute for Sheriff of Kockcas- - ticket. 'icaling. Tho way of saivatlon Is so NEWS ITEMS tlo county nub jeout to tho action of which has grown to be one of the dinple, to easy, so sure. Hepentanro Republican party, primary wov. most influential journals in the the orsin, Talth ih Christ as Sa lour. That Roubon The Pullman Company has delllth. Deputies, John Robins, 'Jnanian had tirranged in his own roind Kast, is lending material aid to the A bney. clared its usual quarterly dividend lust how he wa's to bo healed Is evlcte nt Democrats, and the F.vening Post, 'rom verse 11. How common Is this ' Vve aro authorized to announce the hope and expectancy of the of 2 per cent, and now has a suriilstale. n G. S. GRIFFIN SHORTEST LINE AND QUICKEST SCHEDULES The Peril of Pride (Vs. mugwump contingent, is also for plus of $18,017,874 Send for free sample. was wroth and went away." Ah, as a candidnto for SherllT of uockens Judge Parker. It is announced that Chicago is SCOTT &. BOWNE. Chemists. iow many souls quarrel with God tie county, subject to tho action of tho These straws show which way to have the largest hotel in the Street, Now Yon :auie pride bars their way to salvation. party. Pritnnry Isov. 10. republican Cincinnati, Lexington Chattancogaf 50;. an.i I i.ooj all druggists, It Will be twenty two stor"God is no respecter of persons." Wn the Independent vote is going in world must all come as nfcdy, helpless sinKnoxville, Asheville, Charleston, the Eastern states and it will not ies high and costs $10,000,000. FOR ASSESSOR ters, or not at all. At Bea'tyil!e, Ky., Thomas be surprising if the land slide in TIip Deliverance (Vs. Thank Savannah, Atlanta, Jacksonville, Wo aro authorized to nnnounco God there were wise seivanta In New York will, carry with it New Howell, a fanner, and his ten year K J MoKINNEY Birmingham, New Orleans,' Shrevcport, retinue to advise him. Than!; as n, candldato for Apbcssoi- of thiB Jersey and Conneticut, whose in old son were overcome by gas while God Naaman had Eerise enough to lhtrn and Texas Points. county (lotiif term), subject to tho ac- terests are so closely bound up with cleaning a well and both died. and courage enough to heed. Naaman obeyed the prophet's orikrs antl was tion of tho Republican party. Pri- the Umpire Slate. The attendance at the World's FOR INFORMATION, RATES, ETC, ADDREtS cleansed. And when man Is reedy lo mary November 10. Fair last week was 939,774. and obey God, deliverance always comes. - 89 E. Alain St., cvinuton, Ky. K. M. A1KCN, Trav. Pass'r Agt., The new society organized nt r hereby oimouuce myself as a candidate the total attendanc since the ppen-inWjA; OARRP.TT, Qen. Msr., W. C. RINEARSON, Cft. Pass. A$t., Religious Thought. r.... .!, ui.'nnlilIoiii ii imlnatioa for the otlice Bedford, Ind., known as the "Iron up to Saturday night is 14,316, CINCINNATI. . Intolerance In u virtue when It opposes of Assessor "of uockeastle County, subject to Hand ol the World," It Dotsn'f Scan Folks will fit out a the action of the Kepuuucnn primary, niiicn vice. 230tiSJSBMHMMHMiMMMMHMaMaMIiiMMftJ will be held for the purpose of nominating private car and make a tour of the to be told the truth about The passion of Christ is the power of Republican candidates for the various ottices President Francis is quoted in 0 United Stales toenroll membership Christianity. to be filled by the voter- at the general 1903 with a view of petitioning the Leg- speech as saying that the Louisiana Christ Jesus went out of His way to I have always been a consistent Republi- islature in each State to enact a law Purchase Exposition had lost a $1, save the world and the world must go can, and havo always been loyal tolls nomi- prescribing the death penalty for out of Its way lo save others. The coffees are those nees, and If nominated and elected, I prom, by closing the gates on He who Is afraid of doing too much for that hide undcra glazing of factory ise that I will faithfully wt honestly criminal or attempted criminal as- 000,000 his neighbor will never worry over his duties of tbo oflice. If the party sault. cgg, gjue and audi Etutf. It is to be hoped that such a Sunday. kIvs this honor to sonio other ccoil neighbor doing too much for him. Llqn Coffpe Is pure, wbolrsome, republic u, shall do what cnii to bring law will soon appear upon the StatAn armory to cost $325,000 and iirjltucl, rlclITntlaviirnml uniform When religion turns Shylock mid deat the general election, utes of every State in the Union. his about In strcnctli. 'i'he.nlMtslit, iwilH mands. Us pound of flesh there will alto contain an amphitheater which psckara lutnros clcsiilluets, but I feel time my services to the party enand uniformity. ways be some gentle Portia to deftat lt3 titles me to Ibis recognition will seat 15,000 .people will be Very truly, purpose. United Presbyterian. The enthusiasm of the New by the Kiscal Court of JeffJOU WOOD. King G.--i re, of Suxouy, is dead. York Democrats tor Parker and erected American sewing machines are Davis is having its effect in all the erson cotintv. being sold in the heart of Africa at ? Gen. Kuropatkin's armj is We aro authorized to aunounco DAILY doubtful Stales Knst and West. The Kentucky delegates are tak- a lower figure crnsMnpIy lievcn, The than the poor white :t T. S. HRANAMAN, AND New Jersey, Rhode Island and ing a prominent part in the Interfsiimaics ,Ai a candldato for AHsessor (Ion;? Conneticut are responding with seamstress in America can hore to Japanese field m?rMi-tConvention bltV One i . term) of thl county, subject to tho ac- particular promptness to the de- national Missionary til ' Rnss'o" ""'"''ill At'n'n fff niro tion of the Republican party. With mand for u sane and safe adminis- os the Christian Church, which is J$ Cttmmlr;H its Dnputv. VEGETABLE SICILIAN in session at the World's fair.. tration of national offairs The Louisiana Purchase ExposiThis will cover the Presidential COUNTY COURT CLERK which prom--- ' s - : In the First,,Second, Third and tion has made the .seventh payment isef? to ho one of the most oxoitinsr in history. . A splendid tonic for the hair, makes the hair grow long and heavy. We are eutliorized lo unnoui.ee Fourth Districts wheie the silver $5000,-00on the Government SubseriboNOW and set all tho riows.' II f, TATE Always restores color to gray hair, all the dark, rich color of youth. demneracts arc most numerous the of at ft candidate for Cou nty Court Clerk of jnfjjcatjons are for increased major-th- e loan, leaving a balance of $691, Stoos falling hoir. also. Sold for fifty years. " ""JTMnr&tLKrt,?""' aetlot. of the P- JJockCMtle, kilhjeet tn 850,45 now due the United Stateq, cottuty. rfjinblleau fifty. as Jailer of this n, a caadldate of enmity, subject to the action of tke llciiuhov. li'. Hon party. rrlm.ii Superin-unde- Hock-i-jstl- , broad-side- Soft and crooked bones meat bad feeding. Call the discasi rickets if you want to. Tht growing child must eat tlv right food for growth. Bone must have bone food, bloo must have blood food and st on through the list. Scott's Emulsion is the righ reatment for soft bones ii jhildren. Littledoscs every da give the stiffness and shapi that healthy bones should have Bow jegs become straightei loose joints grow stronger ant firmness comes to the sof heads, j Wrong food caused llv trouble. Right food will cure i In thousands of cases Scott Emulsion has proven to be ftiod for soft bones i childhood. nrl There! The Glad Tidings (Vs. as another. BUT a bright one, whicil ad to be reckoned with In Naarnan's fe. Naaman was a leper, BUT there as a Hebrew maid iu his household tat nsw (led and God's iow er to eave. an Is a sinner, Horn. 3:23; I John 1:8; UT Jeum has come ready to cleanre nd mlshty to nave, t John 1:0; Hcb. 2-1 tr. Tht case Is Filled? hopele&s. "The World All Knows' Tho Louisville, Henderson nwt St. Louis Railway (the always popular Henderson Route) is tho ... World's Fair Line "'" poti-Iv- ASK US FOR RATES 3 ut; Naa-ua- Queen & Crescent Ihute. 11-1- "Nna--na- 1 I ). Nna-man- 's - g - - dec-tio- n Lion Coffee Fclrc-crofre.u-net- s 1 ONLY i.oo W. cvi-tHitl- v l rnrn-'l'nll""- ' -- SUNDAY DEMOCRAT WALTON, Lexington, Ky, HALLS Hair Renewer 1 w FOR THREE MONTHS. 0 ..... ,., ' i uioujuacu, . 0J.UJ.0 si '- - isT j .V r-- r tr ft rf w- IV - IJr mk I V 1 Wi C f, B I ,1 San. & . -- I) 1 ' uK tibbsi HP r ' , The Court'of Claims will meet 'relatives at Hope, Iud. Mrs.jjHcn; iowii limits is piogresing. ry Browning visiitd her wether, next Monday. MTYERKfOK, Oct. 21,'iOOl Tlits offics will begin the hallo's1 It is not in the nature of a sur- Mrs. Kate Magce, nt Craf?QrcV wilt' be an" for the general election next Mou prise to read that the president is ard last week. Thi-rcK; nil un "Ni. ti" when TT C . L U ynu wnn(toCnnimunl entertainment cousistiug ofja.uuir J? dajv be elected. t confident that he will OHIO Willi HIUINAb andiiongsf berofgood recitations would lie ,i What sort of n Candida AflamdimfA UnuoUt llmik ' be f he gave t P now, even if he also a box supper given nf'lhe stored 300 bushels of Irish potatoes school house, Friday eveniiig.Oct.were sure of defeat? and buying more, 2tst., for the benefit and incidentnli Taken up. One black barrow, expenses of the school house. Gas is still burning nt the Cevi- -' my well I.rok l'k- - n big waste. weight about loo lbs. came to my invited to come ILOUWllt &NAIHVILLCR R.CO, premises July 20. 1504, Owner cm and bring a it be utilised. I Why en 't hot. Admission free. ' obtain same by paying all damages. Dr W J Childress was called S N, Davi and T. J. PenningTIME TABLE. .V. " E. M. Hunt. 11 m i.i to Orlando, Thursday, on ncco'int ton each had a good milch cow 12.06 p m Maretburg, Ky. ;4 north of the serious illness of his Hint jW. tilled by n train Tuesday night. 20 torth 3:08 a m ....i J..,1' Mr' Lost, Somewhere in the town MlS I. C Cl.ll.lr.c We wish to' call attention to J. 1:20 p m sv1 south .v t of Brodhead, a pocketbook with Weaver and Mr. Pnuce, i.f ufch'j J ". 1:05 am C. Huckcr & v'o'p. ad in this is15 South J5, A. $75.00 arrive - ' Ias. Landkum, Agent. sue. It tells lots, but it does not f reward iu paper money, A liberal niond, willrevival here Monthly and will lipid for its return. se.vic. s iluniTgli tell the hilf. , Phni? No. 58'. the week at Hie PrcsbteTian R. W. DALLAS, The local telephone company is oct2t church. Brodhead, Ky. Kvenhody inviteil'ttrnt I'' i.ir.lal lltf Vll. Varfivu Rf Pt-c- t under obligations to Judge DurG W. Gentry Jr., has bought tend. Miss M.rv Rillmd, lioHlfrJ mall vattfff t ham lor repairing line between another saw mill and 11ns the con t plioict fever, suffered a rt:lapse com-- 1 Wildie and Conway. , tract for cutting the timber' boughtitm-- ' first of the week m d .was , very PERSON AL ' , . . J A. Pieston is building a new some time ago by the Norton broth low, out is some, better at tin.-- writ , Dr J S. Cooper reports Cpssie Button is. again able to be store toom ad preparing to go in- - er.s. We understand there will be ing J. g. to the goods business on Guuley about 4.000.P00 feet of lumber on "ones Dm ham sick with ; fever, at on the streets her country homo. IS in itiul let. its show you what we have. distance across the the boundry. x Mrs, Cleo Brown spent Sunday j branch, a Carter, of Louisville, is visiting her riverfront Livingtnn. withlu'intfolks. It is almost u foregone concluOur countrv friends arts cordially invited to Mr. ami Mrs. J.S. W. M, Stuulet, exchange mana- sion that a large lime, kiln will be W T. Htik.is thinking of going Slation'jAMrj-make our storo their loaiinjr place when in ger at Livingston, advises us that erected at the Levisay rot:k quarry, Suttles, at Mullins into the ies nurant bttMness. A. N. McKinney and of the '& Mulliiis Bros is the stylo of a Frank Johnson, who claims to be the fcass from well No. town, whether you to buy or not, of Level Green were the guests of from West Vuginia, charged with Rockcastle Development Co., to be new fi.ui nt Mullins Station. Jno Preston and Mrs. BrackHayes Mis Mnymie Jones is thinking 'obbing the Livingston poft office used in burning it. Several Lan- last week. last June, confessed in U. S. Court caster parties are interested. of visiting the fair next week, Mr. and Mrs Dave Downs, .who Bt Covington but has so far refused F. Francisco, proprietor of the W A Cox will move into his; to name his partner in the job. Eight Gables Hotelnt Livingston, have been spending the summer at i i S new House wnnin me nexi jew saUhoiie No. o. MT. VERNON, KY. aft Something over 400 in stamps and still holds first place as the best Eminence, returned liereAVedrie.sJ . dsys. ivtiss uemna Alliums was money was token none of which hotel man in this section of the u.ij Miss Fannie Sptrks came home has ever been recovertd. State. At Livingston, as it was at shopping in Mt. Vernon WednesCollege (y si from Campbell-Hagtrm- au day. Mrs. John Sliearer'and chil1 "WlWft Rockcastle has been well repre- Brodhead, on get more for your dren have returned home after a lor Sunday. ?&'-- ,. money than any place on earth. "KV sented at World's Fair by a large ." visit with relatives at) Wildie and R A. Welsh is at home from 4 I,'number of visitors There has not zGrriM i,ljl. p'h,. 'WL m-- r tilTTTTini At the W. T. Houk sale near PeUontowii. Messrs. G. D.Cook J&tX, Eagle Cliff, on account of sickness i lllli 'WWW! 1 been a time sinre the opening day Gum Sulphur Saturday the farm of and Wm. Stauley and Miss Lida of his family. that we didn't have one or more 240 acres went to Vaught King Cook are attending ,Tj. S. Court, 1 Bob Cole, of Barbourvilk Clever "..- tArTA t'"'"c n l.n ..aak.J.. ""' F- - for $065- - Coin in field brought Covington this week I.F.Cooper nn .tirn0l. TiirtHnv niPl, P p,e "" ' knovv a K00d ,hi"S and a,wa s $2,10. Other feed and the stock and wie and Mcfdanies Nellie Tmlc to St Louis. luuiiuge 10 ne on nanus wuen me sold at satisfactory prices. Col. J. Rice and W. C. Swinford were callof (ho Com t hoiio, in Mt. li expects to &"' B Cox sajs lug watermelon .s cut or pumpkin P. Chandler, the popular auction- ed to Brodhead, Tuesday, on ac- dour JCy., to the hlpliet mid best visit to the World's divided. make another Many more from this eer, cried the s"ale. Go To count of the serious illness of L. L. bidder at public auction on M oiuiny Fair before it closes ruiiiitv will attend before closing Jarrett. Miss Cora Adams is at- tho 24tli day of Oct., lilt) I. (sumo liolng Uuless there is rain within the H H. Wood, of the firm of dii) County Court dny) lxstween the hours next ten days, the Railroad com tending to Uncle Sam's business of 8 o'clock a. in. nnd 4 o'clock p. m , in Hays & Wood uf Wildie. A Kansas woman wanted a set pany will have to carry an exfra during ths absence of Miss Lida on neredtt of three months, tho follow-iiiLouisulle buying goods. of flse teeth and wrote to a Tope-k- a tank of water, as New Haven and Cook. Houston McFerrou, tlcserlbetl property, Mrs. W. L Richards FOROne nchool house and lot on Client-nu- t dentist thus: "My mouth is Lebation Junction are the only Hill, was a guest at the home of Dr. and little daughter, Sadie, will at- - three irches across, Itlilyo, Kockcastle county, Ky., pNces between Livingston and W. J. Childress, Wednesday. In common school dlhtrlct No. terid tke Fair next week uirii me jovm. some nummocKy Louisville where they have any Mesdnmes Henry Rice, of this place 72, of said county, and bein tho same Wigfc' C h,t.elia Lasper, wasuingtoi . nll ,, e a Ke hhaped H,ralhn. hke a water. Never befoie in the histo- and W. M, Fields, oT May wood, hoiiBO in which school is loiii;r taujjht visiting her parents, Mr ,n hoy8 visit-jujjf y5u ry of the K. D. has this occurred. returned here Tuesdfiy.STter nt tills time, and mild lot contains one u sloef toe forvvard. ardors. George Gentry. relatives in Cincinnati. n.an ,nc to ne niore nirticular I'd Mrs acre, more or lens, and is levied on Sor.D Out. A. J. Fish, proprie- Fields left for ALSO e'eture of Rev, Kugrn have to cum up thar." Tooeka Mjywood Wcdncs-- as proper of said common scho61 distor oj the Mt. Vernon Grocery Ca., iy morning.-- - MrtSusan Hen trict. No. 72. v?- AX ' i at the Chntian church: TVnilsiL . '.-AJ"Jfc f For tho purchase price the purchaser has sold bis interest 1V the business derson, ofjP.irksvilte&fs A Ji ! lllir nigbt,wTcryLujuch enj 7 luvui si 4iyv.iA r.Aalf1 tiffa the cuest will bo required to givo bond with DompletB" Line- of PliarmacBOfclcall uniu jaic.iuau? i tntU " ' uriiTHiT 'M t.". . t n w iftTTWR wow ,,, sigSaM on the Williams well m K; - - ti 'Evdy-iodycordiall- J f .VL FALL LINE. !! ts oct-2t-3- t. . -- 4 '- mp-tIi- h 1 -- M-.s- , Our line of Fall and Winter I goods have all arrived. Wef y'have wbrat you want, at prices ll nut equaled by any of our petitors. t Miss"-Mar- y COM grand-parent- s, J. 1 soc.-Roscoc- f vri Houk & Adam - -- - ..?i$3sm". . (L :'" - -- X n v- - V . Si". 1 ! -- iV Vtfr-no- 1 jj Chas, Drugs, G. Davis' -- Drugstore J of-Pin-e to-wi- t: Ca.-hiera- five-eighth- s d lemials, Patents and Oil's,.' I '1-Afc g . A d Tr.... r- -- I & btMtaessceBiuc.ed, in tlte V same building and under the same Hts'," Misses Lula rgenbrlgfit ;e. nas oeen very 111 lor Quickly Suttlhd. WbiMc- - name as heretofoie. For the pres-e- and Kittie Poyrter, afeon dj s. but we are glad to re the sick Queeu and W T. Baker candidates D. C. Poyuter bas charge of'the list. far W. BtT Out she is improving, J. Childress is unkforMagistrate in the First district, store. Mr. Harp will continue his Mnjuad-Mr- s. H. C. Gentry are ing several improvements on his composed of West Mt. Vernon and barber trade just the same. property, by adding, a number one vifiliugtbeir son, Jim, in St. Louis Rouudstone precincts, met here TO rock cellar, a coal and smoke house, HE Y0TER8 OF and seeing the Fair, Mrs. Gentry last Saturday and agreed to draw walks, ,fct. He bas also purchaser' will remain until Christmas. straws as to which one would conthe lot adjoining- "his property, from Hon. R. H. Thomlinsonand Mr. tinue the mce. Mr. McQueen getWhereas, there is considerable Mrs.' Sue- MulIinsVi.Mrs. Lula MadCal Nevius, of Lancaster, were ting the long straw was declared rumor throughout the county as to dux, Willie Edjth and Charlie here ytstetdoy in the inteiest of the the lucky man. This, however, who will be my deputies in easel Tubbs visited Mrs. Lucy Ferguproposed lime kiln near No. 1 tun- does not give Mr. McQueen a clear am successful in the race for Slier son, at Mullius vStation, last Saturnel. track as Wrn. Huff and the prest iff, and in order that my friends day. There will be services at the Misse's Mat Williams and Kate ent incumbent, S. L. Durham, are and the friends of the gentUmeu Christian . church.' Saurd.iy evenseeing thg World's Fair also candidates. Moore ore 3B f ",s who are making the race with me, ing, Sunday morning and evening rtthis week. Miss Dell Jones, ot may know positively whothosedep-utie- s by the regular pastor, Rev CampThat there is gold in the Eastern will be, I make this announce bell, of Lexington. r$s&asK iTIiuuicauui v, jciiiu wiiwii ui iuui AH are inpart of the county there is tio doubt place. ment: Ifsuccessful my deputies vited. Mrs. Sue Mullins is con We regret very much to learn but with the exception of those liv will be Reubin Abney, , of templating a trip torthe World's that our good friend, J. J. Towery, ing in the immediate section, there and John Robins, of Brod Fair and a visit with relatives in has to give up his position with is but little said or thought about head. Yours very truly. Illinois and Northern Indiana. She Ballard & Ballard, on account of it, as it is the general opinion of R. L. McFERRON. will leave it is al a mistake. the majority-ha- t his health. Mr, Hambrick, Chairman of the - . Born, to the wife of Howard Ba From the'seveial anal sis of the COLLEGENEWS. ker, twins. Both children are dead ore, there can be nbv m stake that Building Committee of the MethoMiss Lyou, our "music teacher, and the mother, who was Miss there is goU and fronVt, le fact that dist Church at Georgetown, says has been out of sclioola week on hat they are delighted with ilia Florence Mullins, is in a very seri- Eastern capitalists are taking account of sickness 'We are all lions on every foot of ous condition. that brick furnished them by the Win- hoping to see her with us again ' Rev. Samuel Tyiee and family, .section it is evideiicj b, thaKit is chester Granite Brick Co. The soon. walls now going up are attracting of Whitcsburg, Ky., visited rela there in some considera ble ouanntv Ben Parret was enrolled this and the brick Options to the amount of several much attention tivesbere this week. He preached say that they are the easiest week. layers ifnt the Baptist church Monday and hundred thousand were taken last Master Ray Miller, of the Prima brick to handle they have ever week. Tuesday uights. used, The church of Cynthiana ry department, is in school this Mr. and Mrs. Emersou Rice pass-.eAmong the visitors to the big will also use the Winchester brick. week after being out lor a time - i through to Brodhead Thusday fair atlSt. Louis last week were Ed, on account of sickness. Winchester Democrat night, to be with L. L. Jarrett, who Cox, Arch Furnish and Burdette Miss Lelia May .Lovcll, while The above mentioned brick are is very seriously ill and not ex Houk, from this place They mads in this county and while the eating oystets yesterday, found a claim they had the time of their plant has been in operation only n genuine pearl. pected to recover. Miss Ida M. Taylor, Principal of lives. We don't doubt it. They short time, the high grade and Mr. Cossic .Sutton visited our l iu4he quality of the brick is making a school Wednesdny. the Collegiate Institute, is atend-in- paid for and took a We are glad the Presbj ten at Danville this captive balloon. On their return great demand lor tueoi all over to see him out among us again. week. She made a talk before that to earth, Arch demanded his money the State. . Miss Taylor left Wednesday for he thought he was pay hack, body in the interest of the school Danville to be absent a day or two. LIV1NST0A ing for a trip around the world like J. M. Russell, of London, repte Bert Whitehead and W. C. Mul cotinc the Friedman Shoe Co . of Mhe advertisement read. The tuatBurdette lins were in Mt. Vernon Monday St. Louis, is one of the most suc- ter was compromised. Houk was an eager spectator in on legal business. Jas. Aldrich is cessful salesmen on the road, His hospital where doctors wete demon in Pittsburg this week. P. Q. Grif- ROCKCASTLE CICUIT COURT , genial and affable manners win for strating manner of surgical opera fin, a good Democrat, and W. T, Smith, PlfT. him new friends wherever be goes. tions, chloroforming etc. He Levi Ponder, of Quail, were guests Wm Thomas &o.. Trust" iNotleo of J, N. Brown boarded the train wanted to ?ee a leg cut off and of Brack Hayes Tuesday and WedCom. Sch'l. DlHt'.No.-. Shorlff'a here Monday for Louisville, to at; waited for some time before discov- nesday. Ottie Reyuolds, of Leba2, ockcastlo Co. .Siilo. 1' Ky , Uoft 'tend the meeting of the Masonic ering it was a wax figure the doc non Junction, was the guest 01 Mr. Bv virtue of nxnnlitlnnVn' J0?irlil..1i , .,Grand Lodge. The many friends tors were working over. Ed Cox and Mrs. Geo. Reynolds and his issued from tho Clork'H offlco of tho ftllj- - assJ Minn crtnrl w r to. rn ma.. '.' .tUlllia 5ww m was appointed leader down the sister, Miss Bessie Reynolds, Sun- - Rockcuhto Circuit Cqurt on a judff- 't2n raltAiffiH nt nia ciifforinrr nripa ,,., ,.... w r nient in said court for tho apm of Pike and he troted theboys a lively day. 'lir.o5, with interest at the rate of o kdtMu If ... ,. nH m.a. cuucii muuins, "f percent per annum beat, in fact it became so warm fromiho flrat day thai the whole Pike became demor Mi. vciuuu, were visitors ai me of Fob., m2, until paid; and tho hOVXh ' alized and Ed, with his force, were Ot Mr. and Mtk Jeronu ther um of Silo WK withVlnterost at '. T A T anrlrtim InRt n flnp inilrh persuaded to return to Mt. Vernon Adams Saturday and Sunday. Mr. th- of 'po" cenr from ' diy of iff 1J,,'" "" U5'C08t of lllfs jcowiastweeK. ' upon a promise from the Pike peo and Mrs 11. A M..r,r lAfi '& wan (''TrRaaJ Dr. Tin els' advertisement pfe to remit, a weekly allowance morning for ftjen days' visit at the action, which U 111, wfo. n ,JBk..-&2i-: 0f28.32, paid Dee.' 23d'Vl903, and elsewhere in this is- - provided they would not come Wbrld's Fair. Rev. F. P Gates $7.20 pa,ld March lGth, (l003; i will back to tbe Fair, and Pike again. is viaumg ma lainer ana otner proccou 10 oner ror bhio r. . - .fl - .good, tiumty'brvln ynn-fiiauiil- ors, the music jeacher in Inrl . -- crivpti n onnrf fit Inn - " - ". ? ! Ju " m i ut Wilforco and ollect'of a judgment. der? will lo prepared to comply promptly with theso terms. H. L. TATK S. n. c. Toilet Articles PHONE 64. Day Gallore?S i M rm&L 19M'ff3m JtOUK-CASTL- World's Fair Short Line SOUTHERN Y. Shot test, Fast eat and Uesl to or Night. - CHAS. C. DAVIS, Pharmacist. MT. VRUN'OX, KY. -- World's Fair " Look at the Schedules. 6; to a. 111. Lve Lexington daily " Louisville 9:00 a.m. Arrive St. Louis 4:56p.m. Practical LLS Dispu-tanta- next-wee- k. sleepers, standard dining car and vestibuled coaches through from Lexington to St. Louis without change. Lve Lexington, daily.. .5:30 p. 111. " Louisville ............10:15 P- ' Arrives St. Louis 7:32 a. in. - Solid train.of Pullman aud FUNERAL DIRECTOR. Mt. Vernon, Ky. GRIFFIN Undertker 3 Ju - ( Solid train of Ptillm sleepers and FINE HEARSE Attached..;, Cnn1 Free Reclining Chair Cars through luniish Metnlic Caskets and hnvn trom Lcxingtsti to St. Louis with Rmbalming done on short notice. out charge. Come and see me, anything I have not got can get for you on fiisniu that leave the city. HOUND TJUP EXCURSION by wire Promptly Filled ItATES FH3I LEX- Phone No. 63. 1NMT0N. Stock Complete OR DERS - d s $16,65 & Good returning until December 15, 1904. $13,85 Good returning 60 days. 12,40 Good returning 15 days. Tickets will be on sale daily at ATTENTION. ' BY BUYING YOUR DRUGS FROM '.A r k g high-bal- Sheriffs Safe! ! old-tim- e above rates. $8,70 Coach extension tickets on sale every Tuesday and Tliursdax in August and September, good returning seven days. T. W. CREWS, T. P. A. Lexington. 89 E- Mam-StC. H. HUNGERFORD, D. P, A 234 Fourth ave, Lquisvillc, Ky. G. B. ALLEN, A. G. P. A. St. Louis. ., ' - iDR. S. C. DAVIS,! Yon flnn't have tn nnv for a rr! Exlr.'i. I rrocription Special Attent'id'n to Cnildren. Tlic Purest andllfiSt' Dnics? onlv used in my J'mctieQvw'j . si U t 1 1 ffs Mm M TO 1 1 J fur-ho- m M -- r - vl.... .' '' tlf.., WANTED. Special Representative in- tlnV county and adjoining territories, to represent and advertise an old established busiue-- s house qf solid Salary $21 financial standing. weekly, with Expenses advanced each Mtirday,by Check direct from headqiurttrs. Horse and bugg) furnished when necesar; position permanent. Address Blew Bros & Co., Dcj)t. A, Motion Bldg., Chicago, III. HOW TO CUHK COItNS sMi J;ullN. J t is unrqilnled. L)ftv; Fnrsileby Cba.". C. the druggists. First, soak the corn or bunion in warm water to soften it; then psre It down as closely ns possible whu-ojdrawing blood and apply Chamberlain's Pain Balm twice daily, rubbing vigorously for fife minutes application. A com plaster be worn a lew days t pro should tect it from the shoe. As a general liniment for sprains, bruises, lameness and rheumatism, Pain Balm Kentucky stands far up' in tl e lead in the list of awards made to the exhibitors of tht Pii'rchise Exposition, having a total of 186, divided as follows; Six i ft grind prizes, thirtj five ty-tw- o goldrhul-ild- , fifty three silver ircdals, fl"-- . T bronze metals. This' record, too, is mudii in the face of tl c JHEv fact that tl efe was onlv tbree Ken .uckianson the, juries of awards evul f ' -- ..Cl-V- . .. Jt. -,h y tZZi--L fl-- r X Xr- SUJtAPS o (BY R V if S Vi PL 1 w Pulaski County Ass,o"i il't u I offer for sale, privately, my MT. VERNON Baptists was organ- l, "Mi'. Oldgirl." said young - i.ed here Tuesday. C. C. Porter Dwelling, StoreLot, ftrOFFICE. On 2rd. "tins is Prof. Fossill, who has The Bank of Mt. Vernon t on Church The been anxious to meet you. House, and Stock Of 'Gen- - was ceded moderator Geo. L El- street. Special attention giver Do you like your thin, rough, v. Oeor8e H. Uaker. professor is deeply interested in "?"' c,eral Merchandise. to collections. short hair? Of course you ' "urnsidc, 'the blind preacher and prehistoric relics.'' Good Stand, Good Iuiproiements. Phone No. 80. don't. Do you like thick, editor, preached the introductory And now Blunderly wonders why Conveniently Located. heavy, smooth hair? Of fi Twentv-hv. vermon. , churches Miss ( dgirl dislikes him. nig (.nsu nnignur ioi soiue one course you do. Then why 'Ulio Kind, You Havo Always Bought, nml which lins been, by Ivtier.or me V bur lull pniticiil.ii.s, adiln-ssSummer j'.iils are seldom Irno, M. in uso for over 30 years, lias liorno tlio .signature of wvnt into the ni'gani i ngti, I know when of I speak C I PRl'ITT and 1ms been inado under Ills pcr- ? tepresent i . 'xti,!,,!,,..,, l'io" , Jrj&-fflitLast summer out of twenty-twsonal Hitpcrvlsion slnco its infancy " Kv. j membership of 2436, The bo('y . Mt. Vernon, Ky. vuVVT '2WUC. Allow no ono to dccolvo you in this. Hut ore was ours a week. not be plensed? Ayer's Hair f NEW TOURIST SI. EE PING adjourned to meet with Burnsi All Counterfeits, IinitatlonB and" are but Vigor makes beautiful heads 1 "No, children," said the careful Work. Baptist church on the first Tuod y Experiments that trlflo with and endanger tho health of SERVICE TO CALIparent, "there was never really such of hair, that's the whole Inlhiits aud Children Expericnco against Experiment was serv OFFICE: At residence, on Cld vfiuuur, u;o5 uiuuer FOR1IIA story. Sold for 60 years. a man as Bluebeard. Jack the ed on tlnrgrouud. Somerset Jour Main St., known as the C. C. Wil" I ive medAvcr' Ilnlr Yimir tar n lone Imlr tonic, Giant Killer did not really exist; time. It t, Iwtml. n uonilTfitlccnlp, niul.nt nal. liams residence. restoring tienllli lotlinlitlr urn) On August the 15th the Misouri tlio s Hue time, iro Inir i Mil n.li.l ilrpinlmr," nor did old King Cole or Sinbad. Du. J. V. lAiCM. Madlll.lml.T. Piionk No. 73.' The Bethel Primitive MethodM l'ucifc Railway will establish a dail Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, PareThere things are merely fables." fl.CO a tinltle. .T.C. AYKtlCO., Wifl be in office at BRODHEAD ihrDugh Tourist Sleeping Car Line. Chapel in Burnley, England, ah nriicumn goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. fori liowen, im St. Louis to San Francisco. Train "MdW," piped up little Johnny. every MONDAY neon till Tuesday held, its anniversary. On contains neither Opium, Morphino nor other Narcotic "Yes, my sou." noon. substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms will b axe St Louis daily 11:59 that occasion a souvenir handbool , "Was there ever any such man and allays Fevcrislmess. It cures Diarrhoea aud Wind "he route will be via Missouri which contained copies ot all reColic. It relieves Teething- Troubles, cures Constipation ns Cleveland?" I'ii'.'ific Railway to Pueblo, Coloiado, cords was issued. A minute pi.ssrd and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates, tho Mcl'lub Now, wli.it Ml of :i ON THE INCREASE thence via Denver and Rio Otaiidc in 1831. reads: "That wc do net fttonmeh and Dowels, giving- healthy aud natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea 'l'lio Mother's Friend. hap is this lelluu? I want to know to Salt Lake City and Ogden and allow yoiilig' men and women-i- f all about hiim Southern Pacific to San Franci.'co our sociefwto court with each otlif WORLD'S FAIR TRAVICL ALWAYS GENUINE Spiriks Well, he wears reversi-b.tand Los Angeles. This is the fam on Sunday; neither do we allow out GETTING IIEAVIRR. single men and women to walk celluloid collars and ous scenic Mne ol tne world & Bcprs tlio Signature of McFlub Hold on. That's plenthrough the picturesque Rock arm in arm in the streets together rnmnlpf oI'INE of Cnslwts ty to fiK his reputation with me. The service and ac- at any time; nor do we allow then While the vol it inn of travel to Mountains. wmi.yjt.n,.Hobos,- &c. to stand in the streets together be V commodations will "I finn't know what is the matter St. Louis on account of the world chatting." Another lesolution fo- Ordcis by Telophono nttond with me, doctor," said the parson, Fair has not quite come up to the and will be personally conducted. Vtvy low rates will be in effect bade girl choirsters wearing bows expectations of the World's Fair cfl projn ptly. ' I ctn't lie on either side." management, or the railroads, it from August 15th to September in tl.eir bonnet. i"Of course not, parson, ' replied the pill dispenser. "Only a lawyer has been as large as was expected,1 roth, via Missouri Pacific Railway all things considered. to the principal Pacific Coast points cm do that." In Use For Over 'n,,cl return. Years. The VERANDA HOTEL Also Low Rate Colo- banner month, sn f.ir ne m. The f TMC OCHTAUN eOMrANV. TT MURRAY KTfltCT, rrw VOftK CITY. She Tell me what is the differtendance is concerned, will be Sep-- . nKt one wa' ickets will b . old JOSEPH COFFEY, PROPR., e tie and ence between a regular, u- .1 vr ilium oensi--. L.l l)l IU UllUI CI It you bnven'tdar, ron're heilthy moTemant of tbt fo,l. ' n... '. bowelt every ' ornlll bo. Keep jour one j on tie yourself? For rate.e, information and bowel, open, tio T"' 15th. . i.' Stanford, Ky., and utiung these three months the nervation ol berths, apply to Tlolent phyilenml pillwell. Force. In the ihins n or polion, He Oh, about half an honr. mootliet, cutest, moit perfect dnstron. Tlii way of keeulct Specially equipped for traveling iiuinis'sioii win unaouoieaiy tmiai, neon st representative of the MiV- - the bowel clear and clean It to taka DF VERNON, The Man Will '"vu'tiidrry mt? if not surpass, the entire number. souri Pacific Railway, or add rss CANDY men, Sample room on first floor. CATHARTIO The Wo'min Yes. repistered up to August 31. inclu- II. C. Townsend, G. P. & T. A., Bath rooms free to guests. KY. The' Man Thanks. And now sive. St. Louis Mo, or R. T. G. MatRates. $2.00 ,er day. -f- OPENEI) thews. T P. A.. Louisville. Kv. you'll begin calling me by my first 1900. It is certainly a big, grand show name, I trust.' and one that no person with the M. CA'N YOU EAT? CAPITAL ST OCK, The Woman Well, really, I means should miss. 15,000 It is the op - B. Taylor, a prominent merMONUMENTAL WORKS, hardly feel that t know you quite portunity of a life J. time in an educaC C. WILLIAMS, Prks. Vice-PrrEAT 'EM LIKE CANDY chant of Chriesman, Tex., says: "I JAS. T. ADAMS, well enough for that. Brodbead, Ky, tional way and one that will be taPleaijnt. Palatable. Totent. Tante OooJ, Do W. L. RICHARDS, Cashier, A. B. FURNISH, Asst. Cash. Granite and Marble Monuments The longer a man is married the ken advantage of by the great ma could not eat because . of a weak GooJ, Never eicLen, WcaVen ordrlpei 10,11 and . n i .1 o. t. t DIRECTORS. uuroaa x IUM .lit MIC11K"' UIIIM i.v;."v '7.V"":: '"!""""'"""'"i"1 m?" C C Williams. Geo. Livesay, A. T. Fish, 433 less he dodges wben his wile throws jority of fhe people of Americans and Tombstones. Stcrllno Remedy Company. Chlcaoo or Mew York. S. H. Martin, Rod Perry, J. E. Houk. ran down in weight. All that ALL .VORK things at him. are proud of, and justly so. KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAN ; ;We solicit accounts of firms and individuals. Carclul atten niotiev could do was done, but all SATISFACTION GIVEN- .tion is given, collections entrusted to us. No matter how good a man is, On account of its unexcelle train! hope of recovery vanished. Hear ' Out friends and patrons ar invited tocall when in town. if he and his wife get along well all service, both as regards equipment ingofsome wonderful cures effectPreliminary step toward the Phone, No. 55. xthe credit is given to her patience. and accommodations, the Loui ' ... w V MCA if TTlrl Cwva rrOfini?llini1 rf w a... v.. .... V.U..M .! arittinnl'L' . . 1.UMI.I j .1 .w j rwjfiu Willi, fa"".. ...w v.. Pntf ville, Henderson and St J.OUIS T pntlplllrlprl tn Ire J, A.cnrtflfi in nrrf. tfibn f 'I'uocrlnt. Tl.o fit-The lungs are exercised by railway, better known as the Hen hotllp bpiipfillpfl nip nnit.nltpr Ink nitht hv r.nnisvilln liiminpc mpn ., ., ....- ....... . laughter, and their capacity be .w , ww... B ODHEAD, KY:, , u.w... . , O "" J uerson iouie, lias carnea tlie ma- - ;,, r..r l,,npa , r n, .. comes greater to take in more ...W...M . w. H... ....J IWU....I.WI Snoinl nn.l l,iieirpert,i,'r.i,e J U.W.V jonty of Kentuckians to St. Louis to my usual strength, weight and be devtlopjd. GEORGE JETER. Prop. oxygen is the food of all the tissues aud have beyond a doubt been health." TCndnl Wfmmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmm n T? T t t ..j....:ii nvenfn!n (nr. .ii of the body. So, it joti wish to Headquarters for Travelitl 10l you eat and cures, was elected president of American improve your general health aud moreinstrumenta in contributing, diKestt5 FACTORY LOADED SHdVCUN SHELLS. Good Sample Room. r to the success of the Fair than any become plump, just ''laugh and ouiu y mi. venionirug v,o. uurt.itian Missionary Society at JLiverj It's not sentiment that makes tho raoi successful shots shoot other railroad in this territory. Winchester Factory Loaded Soflls. It's The regrow fat." the conventioield 1b at. LdtfisS3 The patronage of Rockcil SenatorlQuay was ire " ' ' sults they give. It's their entire reliability, even The Henderson Route is justly TITe'late zens specially desire If these freak farm stories conquently troubled w,ith insomnia, ness of pattern and uniform shvbting. Winchester COULD NOT BE BETTER. entitled to all the praise that is be tinue to come we may soon expect smokeless powder, and was constantly in search of ' "Leader" shells, loaded with The unijorm success of Cham- nig showered on them, as their are the best shells on the market. Winchester to hear of a cow laying a stone recipes for the cure of that dreadtrain service is unquestionably the berlain's Colifc, Cholera and ,Diar- "Repeater" shells loaded with smokeless powder .squash with two volks and a ring ed affliction. One day he was dis finest operated in or out of Ken-- ' rhoea Remedy has won for it a wide are cheap in price but not in quality. Winchester around it, with the face ol a Presicussing it in the cloak room of HUGH MILLER, Proprietor. New Rival black powder shells are the favorite tucky, and their schedule of trains reputation ami many people dential candidate carved on its sur- is the Senate, and said: black powder load on the market on account of more nearly maintained thaji on throughout the country will agree face in perfect detail. Here's the "Well, I've got a sure euro for thejr shooting and reloading qualties. Try either of the majority of roads. with Mr. Chas. W. Mattoson, of ' these brands and you'll be well pleased. They are latest: "Mrs. J. W. HutcLeson insomnia at last.'1 Milford, Va., who says: "It works For comfort in travel and for has a hen that needs an almanac or "What is it?" asked a THE SHELLS THE CHAMPIONS SHOOT. all "Porter at like magic, and best preparatrains.! calenda, for last week she laid a the best accommodations and safest tion I know ofj It couldn't be any vegetable Easter egg, nicely paint- - train schedules there's but one "Why," replied the Senator, "if better." MT. VERNON DIRECTORY. He had a serious attack I'd in the style of Japanese decora- thing to at a'l times keep in mind-g- et you go to bed and find you can of dysentery and was advised to the Henderson Route habit tive art, the color being green on a not go to sleep the thing to do N COURT CALENDAR. try a bottle of this remedy, which terra cotta background. It is a aud request this renting in purchas to get 'up and take a big slug of County Court. Fourth Monhe did, with the result thai immeiug your tickets. Mriking.curiosity in the egg line." old rye whisky; theu retire. After day in each month. diate relief wa,s obtained. For sale Otvingjville Outlook. a proper interval, if you are tili Quarterly Court.- - Fiist Mon- by Chas. C. Davis, the druggist. awake, get up and take another dyy in each month 'l's come for to ask fer a permit If a half hour goes by ' The annual meeting of the Grand and CURE the LUNGS drink. to carry a concealed weapon," Circuit Cuukt. Second Monand ou are still awake, get up Lodge of Kentucky, Free and Ac- day in February, Fourth Monday said the ebony faced caller at the WILL BE DISTRIBUTED FREE WITH in May and Third Monday in Sep and take a third drink, and then cepted Masons, began Tuesday police station. TO SUBSCRIBERS OP THE tember, if you r.re still awake take anoth tviiu uic icmiiiiji ui uie report 01 carry a pistol?" asked "Wont to the Grand Master, 0.ven D. Thorn Mt Vernon Police Court; er." thf captain. Third Monday jn each month. "And after that?" queried a by- as. The order is in a finirishing a razzer, sah." "No, sah.-jis- t fONSUMPTION Price OUGHS and condition andtthe attendance is the 50c . $1.00 stander, ' what next?" "What do you want to carry a OLDS Free Trial. CHURCHES. "After that," said Quay, with a largest in its history. T.ie Grand razor for?'' Services it the Ubnatlnii C'buri-Preach Surest and Quickest Cure for all broadsmile, "you won't care wheth- Chapter met Tuesday night and Inj NEXT NOVEMBER Hunilaj'sat II a. in, and at "Wei1, l's been deleguted to pass THROAT and LUNG TROUB7:M) p. m. elected Ewalt,,of Pari-?- as Grand er you go to sleep or not," LES, or MONEY BACK. de, contribution box in our church, To those who make correct or nearest to correct estimates of the total Hnnclav School 9:30 n. tii. every Knn.lnT. High Priest, WANTED. Industrious man or rah!". Youkers Statesman. l'raye' Meeting Kvery'l linrsday 7:30 p.m. number of ballots cast in Ohio on November 8, 1904, for Presidential The public ure cordially Invited to attend wopian as permanent representaRefreshments in Church. Famall services. Insomnia and Indigestion electors. ; tive of big manufacturing company, ily pews weie introduced at the beClTKKD. Presbyterian Hold lervivei on the to look after its business in this estimate and six months subscription ginning of the seventeenth century. "Last year I had a very severe Ith iinti,., morning and tvenlng. county and adjoinini; territory. attack of indigestion. to Weekly Enquirer for . . Some of these had a table and fire I could not $0.50 Business successful and established sleep at night and suffered most Baptist Church Service on the Third place, also curtains and window Saturday nllit 2 estimates and aud bunday. Sunday year's subscription Salary $20.00 weekly and expenses excruciating pains for three hours You Will jtboul at 9 a m every Sunday. Prayer so as to secure the utmost blinds, to Weekly Enquirer for 1.00 iieetiug on Tuesday lights. Sala.y pud weekly fiom .home of- after each meal. It. privacy. This led to abuses. In I was troubled fice Expense maney advanced. this' way forjabotit three months Ton can Tvnsto nero forco by i estimate and ten days' subscription some of the closed pews card playMASONIC worry, anxiety, etc. to Daily Enquirer for ing was not uncommon, and the toucan weaken yourself by not catina Experience not essential. Enclose when I used Chamberlain's Stom .ItMand Lodge No. 640 meets Ind .50 Oam. envelope. General ach aud LiverTablets, aud received tedium of a long service was some- proper food or securlns sufficient rest to renew tlio nerve energy yr.vi uso'un. A. oriAPTE.No . i ' UMN 3 estimates and one month's subscriptimes relieved by light refreshevery SECOND MONDAY immediate relfef," says John Dixon proper treatment, In addition to Manager, Como Block, Chicago, Tho Daily Enquirer for . tion to 1.50 at ' :. in. Bood pliosp'.iatlo food, Huch as mIioIb of TulIaiuoref)Ontario, Canada. For ment. Reliquary. meal bread, prepared cereals, etc., la CONFESSION OF A PRIEST. sale by Chas C. Davis, the druggist. Dr. Miles' r.esloratlve Nervine. MACCABEES. There are 5,335 Cash Prizes, ranging from $5.00 to $25,000. Also a Lexington, Kentucky, wants no K. O T. M.Tkkt, No. Si, meets every Is This l ns truly a brain mid nervo Rev. Jno. S. Cox, of Wake Ark., Special Prize of $10,000 to the one who may estimate the exact total vote Sunday "blue" laws in hers. Red food as any food j ou could eat. and bo- nnd 3rd Monday nt 7:30 p. m. The statement is made by the before October 8th. writes: "For 12 years I suffered Bides, furnishes ptrength nnd tone of Us J AS E HOUK. Com is the favorite color in Lexington. own, vnlcli goes to the weakened neie from yellow jaundice. f the Grand Ar I consulted CHAS C DAVIS. K Atlanta Journal. system, nnd sets it to rlgtiK my of the Republic that in thehos-pital- s Total Ballots Cast in Ohio in other Presidential Years. Dr. MIlesT Kcstorothe Nervine U a re- - a number of physicians and tried at Washington are 1,000 InThe man who can establish some- freshing, revitalizing tonic all sorts of medicines, but got no sane soldiers who returned from 1888 841,041 1896 1,020,107 thing like harmony between Roose- for the brain and nerves. It reconstructs relief. Then I began the use ol the Philippines. t nervo tissue, and nils your He declares their 1892 1,049,121 ,.,861,625 1900 activity foi a peace confer- languid brain with new life and visor. velt's Electric Bitters and feel that I am plight to be due to lack of c'uir.h Dr. Miles' Nenlne has made no many For many years It has been supposed that See our offer printed ;n the Daily and weekly Enquirer for particulars ence and his "big stick"' policy de- marvelous cures, of peoplo bo in the army and navy. sick tho now cured of a disease that had me work Calarrh ol tha Stomach caused Indigestion Sample copies sent free on application to doctors thought they were incurable, serves a Carnegie hero medal. in its grasp for twelve years." II and dyspepsia, but the truth Is exactly tha that It Is today the standard medlelna opposite. Indigestion causes catarrh. Re GOOD FOR CHILDREN. "This December trip of ours to In many thousands of American homes. you want a. reliable medicine for peated attacks of Indigestion jnflarries tha Is guaranteed to helo The ENQUIRER COMPANY, The pleasant to take and harm liver and kidney trouble, stomach mucous membranes lining the stomach and Panama will be a dandy," observed you, orfirst bottle returns your money. druggist exposes the nerves of the stomach, thus causdisorder or general debility,- get less One Minute Cough Cure gives "The cxtrcmo hent, clo?o confinement Senator Sle. ing the glands to secrete mucin Instead of ' nnd intense mental strain to . t.u.ii the Juices of natural digestion. This Is "So I'm told," responded Sena tlio uanMnir Luslnesj. l.nu Incident n.u Electric Bitters. It's guaranteed instant relief (n all cases of cough, BROKE INTO HIS HOUSP. to suffer with nervonsneus nnd Insom. The Interstate Commerce Com- called Catarrh of the Stomach. croup nnd lagrippe because it does "Wine, cigars and pia. it gives mo plcisme to say Mutt by all druggists. Only 50c. tor Suiffkins. naVe ued Dr. 1111pm' N.n ln, win. . S. Ue Qiunti, of CmeudiMi, Vt., mission issued a report Miowing Kodol ..11 pass immediately into the stomt'r ery satisfactory results In tho treat- otner inmmings win ue pienuiui, "He said he'd rather kiss me not was robbed of his cnstoiuni vliea!th the number of casualties to per- relieves all Inflammation of tha ach, but takes effect right at the my lirtli bottle, and cat'and sleep well. mucous and we'll have a high old lime." fact have almost forgotten that I than any other girl in the world." membranes lining the . It draws out by invasion of chronic constipa- sons on railroads in the United 'nerves, and cures bad stomach, protects tha eat of the trouble. , , we are mi in pay uur own ex- KutBa lJ..rve3-- Bank, '" aksi. '.' breath, tour risings, "Did j ou let him doit?" Cashier, Stato Texarcana, Ark. tion. When Dr. King's New Life States for the fiscal year ending a sense of fullness after eating, indigestion, noncAC nf fmir..?" "Certainly; such good taste as the ioflamation, heals and soothes Pills broke into his house, his Free Trial " S,'6 to otJD.r-fr Mlle8' A"tl l' FREE r'.1.clca?? June 30, 1004, to lie 55, 130. Of dyspepsia and all stomach troubles. and cures permanently by enabling "Ob, of course." S falnT.p1",t' !V Hew BclentlBo nemfdy that ought to be encouraged." trouble 'was arretted and now he's this number 3,787 were killed, Kodol Digests What You Eat.- -' the tines to .contribute pure life Looking fixedly at each otuer for Bpeclallst will diagnose your ,f n; Also Hymptom Blank, our Make the Stomach- - Sweet, . case, tell The House of Bishops of Episco- giving aud oxygen entirely cured. They&uafii j The total number of collisions and Bottles only. Recultr U, S .00, hcXn ttmsa a moment, together they burst into gJJev,,,a,,H WM"fe8ndMEDicALle co ' the trial alia, which tePiSy-T- cents. to the blood a id tissues. ooia oy teea to cure. 25c at all crug pal church voted agaiust the derailments was 11291. Prepared by E. 0. DIfTT0O,, Ohlcage, M, laboratories, klkhart, ind. a grand guffaw. Mt, Vernon I rug Co. jj.any divorced person. The, Muii-der) JET.) Ayer's For Sale. 11 K L l U.l o u s - C. C. Williams, ., ATTORNEY-AT.IW- .,., o Hair Vigor . ... es e 1 'xxv.xxNVxx.xxxvvTvcfw P Just-as-good" i . I L. MYERS, , First-Clas- s 'Hiese-church- Dentist J What is CASTORIA - Weak Hair It, - t j J. C; McCLARY Undertaker i e CASTORIA ErnkoJmci. - i BEST FOR THE BOWELS A 111 ! The Kind You Have Always Bought Stanford, - 30 ready-mad- ! THE BIM AT. MT VERNON, W. Francisco, s. i. I ". FIRST-CLASS- ,- - 1 K 1 CI -- I -- .- "w.-.f- c fl,r.inr - I , nln V itftmmsmn f Frith Hotel f - j Miller House, j Headquarters for Commercial Men. fellow-Senator- . i.-the IKILLthe COUCH Dr. King's New Discovery 100,000 WEEKLY ENQUIRER a , DAILY Al , lt3rl f - Nerve Fag.. t, r 1 Jf You Waste Your Nerve Energy, After Awhile Suffer For over-ttoil- Hon-Ja- I. ETS -- -- Chaplaiu-in-Chiefo- worn-ou- Indigestion Causes Catarrh of the Stomach. Cincinnati, 0. 'Kjf - I Dyspepsia Curt ,,. I "ai-hv- , - 1 1 v f A, - V.