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VERNON, ROCKCASTLE II KA COUNTY, K FRIDAY, rf - NOVEMBER 4, 1004. ocPocSifc ATripto theGo 5 -- ' ; r3 3???SSSP3nd j - -- v' -- 1 -- fX. The last utter before luect ton Born to the wife of Bert Roberts Stand bovs, by your guns and keep a boy. your powder dry. W. A. Sowder has moved his Jep French and his nephew, family to his property on Silver St Burt Purs'ey came ml) firi.ni Having heard many reports of Forst Turpin and familv are yesterday afternoon. When Jeji he discovery of gold in the North Through nil the world, n shock was spending a few days witlr friends ; met Mf tt,fc ,1C fol,i her in pos- astern pift of RockciMlc county, t'olt and relatives here. session of two 1. ...".s instead ot iiiii: tl e writer in company with' A. W. Up in tbi birtb of Roosevelt; Sunday tlie one she left I Tif with, two and Mrs J. T. Cherry spent Steward, concluded to visit the All nature trembled to the core-Ti- lt' Mr French ttrritory in which Miid discoveries until Monday with her friend, a half months ago sun Miiod Mt ill for Theodore. . Mrs. J. W. Brown at Mt. Vernon ,had been working $in the potato llilvr been mule, to ascertain If we When 'I'cddv was in swaddling could lo so, the truth of the disJudgi'S. D. Lewis and I,. W patches of Coloradojmr S'Hiie time . clothes, coveries of j;o!d in said district. Bethurum spoke to a small but ap before, com't g b.ic'otp Kentucky, Helrouned upn his rnuiuy'sfoes; There is now, and has been for preciative audience at the Albright Dug from 800 to i.oop bushels ptr day. He (nought a .SUcimeu ulong He wouldn't em just milkid bread three or four months, two compani- Hotel Tuesday evening. j that weighs 3 lls and) Hint alwMj.s "chewed the rat'" hi on prospecting for gold in that secHughes Aldridge, the expe t tinner I Our farmers are i gathering corn stoid. tion of the. county, whose bones rnV1 UlnMrfifl 111 11 At Wl t It A are in'ihe city of Richmond, K.y roo on the bank and .is doing some since jack put 111 his appearance, He liked to get with othej- boys .," Good laud, good CO.fjl, ri. otherwise, "'' A'tid in ikes t Jit-- biggest fuss and They have with them a regular 'repair wnrU for j, T C)erry otherwise, ; gr:i(inaieci cneinist, who stays wttli nnlu-in the W. H. Haggard moved No rain here whije'.in some otlnr them n'l the time. Thev have leen ' And even when h had a fit with his father on Mai st., home parts of our "Great' Nation" we for some time operating near what He nl'wiy wm ted 1 be IT. and Win, Potts now occupies the I true rains, tlo'ods, &p. and we all is known n the Big Hill country, hniist- - vacated bv Mr. Hnppard. AVell, time pissed on and Teddy n e iiuuer ine .same uioon who me where I am told they seem to be grew. 'Mrs Lillie Miller, who recently same phases at the. same time; terv certain of rich deposits of .And so did Teddy's front teeth ton; gold which chemically assayed by moved here from- Livingston, is S unething wrong. Haseed( '"ain't And when he grinned and mid Main they," and what is it?j their chemists, report, so I under- improving' her ptoperty on "Melighud." by adding several new roonr Our citizens are having beef and stand to assay Iron seventeen dol- - street His friends would always look ex: W. Tate & Co., are preparing sweet laters and lots.ov other good l.irs to two hundred and.sixty dol-la- rs J. cited. to the ton. This is the rumor to move their saw mill nearer kU w good things to eat just now. . The rads talk "soup houses' and For thev were often q'tite perplexed of the neighborhood in which they and will help saw the timber pur full dinner pails," but they don't what he.woulddonexl; ate operating Lttm-tlema- it In guessing The, fact, is a gen- -' chased by the Cranor-Sniijl- i name the price of catjle? Why not, They kuew he wesu't very steady, of truth and veracity told ber Co. boys come, be consistent, if you Sam has found already. us mat ue ceartaituy nan seen gout A Utincle q prjttl , sou, Geo , changed Mr& the one you ,i vt ice i.iu n..., They nicknamed Teddy, "'Bronco which me- - cnemist nau assayed ,.;,;i,i Mrs. Own all or disclaim did the other. all, make no from the mineral deposits in said Belle Henderson, at Lowell, Gar-Buster" ' discrimination. Because he tvas so Rood at bluster; locality. We learned while in that rar(j COuuty from Friday iiutill Wheat was nearly all sown der At running things be was .1 daisy, section that tins week ttie cnnpany rontjay spite the dry weather, and sjrange who had been operating on or near He almost ran the country crazy : 1- .- n: F. Francisco the best hotel man though true, much of it is coming J,inc uik ti:ii wcic tuiut .iu muvc , ... . .... .Sooga-1; vo.u.ul-c.- s mil, . - - .. . . , Wtien lie organiz.ea d Moudav and up which seems impossible. rw " z men iijuwiiiiici y iu u icnum uiluii The Queen ofSpain burst into tears; W. T. Brown will start for his tyon the waters of Clear creek, rented l,e Frith Hotel his old WH'LIAMSBUIW. She knew the jig was all up then ,ate -- possession home in Missouri. Tnesda-Vr-Saiwiu where they claim they have made stad. . When fearful Teddy left his den. 01 VanHook came back :from:Wie St. I lie patrons a very rich find of gold, which we Novemner 20th. Dr. R. II. Davis has been quite Tedt1- -' knew the liino hnd hope may pan out to their full the hotel as well as their tnauy Louis Show with, Missouri lever, friends here gladly welcome their but Itlhink it is now broke and the; sick for a week. and while myself and danger line is past. To move in a R. L. Kwell, of London, was put. the Spaniards on the bum Mr. S ewart were in this particular return. s. ace j ear iz the wrong lime'and it here Monday on business. oi n eroe's ame 2Sfc and upon Bjechinount we Miss Nevill Carson died at the I locality ' ' Uoupiea v un tnc Kooseveii name. .discJveirJ a beech tree Dr. C. G. Ellison , is recovering the home of Mr. Hiram Roberts Nov. will or would make hard times" I' JwouldCmove from a long seige of typhoid fever. for us. If more-ovucomplicatioiwof diseases And so he charged up Sm Juin f.il'.o.viug inscription upon it and. I x ill 'iinthftl:Owing Form gold 1711. She was a sister of Mr. W. II to new management instead ov new - The interest in the national elec- 1 be beech is not n very large c :..,,., ,vnv to I be race tree Carson was a kind and good woman outlines we'd do better.n. Rock-- i. ( He loves to talk about it still) " c.istle iz ny no uitaus. ine wu si Titdpo evcrvthiiic in PnliV rather scrubby but and a constant member of the Christian inr He was the biggest man on eajth We can well nf- - j (act place on earth. measured 111 diameter about twen- church. a poritical parties Have rolled Funeral services were And fully pot Ins money's worth. h c ,!., n - 'luiuiumiuui auuucu uircc score iip their sleeveandone..mt the ty inches, having no tape line or i..i,i ni n,.i l They made him Governor . or - the "3s?-- ' rule we measured as best we could by KId,J. C. Living?t6h. ifghlffiere are only two candi- State - r.gre.rand.'thendfe The in-- ci iptiois - vvexw -U - etng -aildoulbJf.ttt?fenTlh-aro- f by hand I l.!n tAntll and both are republicans. . r nttrl f t . .(. . 1L'.C ?"?WL" plai'fthongh .1- - letters and figures ... . " Reynolds wtm died at .in: happy ifnve have lived right A suit has been filed in the Wim " ffT" faieTt"w'' Well this sounds funny; Miss w.,Jji are spead considerably, yet they home near town of pneumonia against the! .it- ft the I Never since :? days ot Iscro flttniilibfl ln ijArtrl t t "" Whitley circuit court are very plain. This word gold He was a member of the tannery located ' proprietors of the Hastheie been a greatef hero and 1711 were undoubtedly put up-- church, was an honorable and up abundant supply of Cheek, and at Jelljco, Tenn., for permitting Miss Brown took a large Ham, and He's now the head of our great nasaid tree by an extinct race of right citizen. A wile, and six tlio Hrnin.TPP of their tannery to , tion, was driven out ot children are left to motif n the loss a11 seem to be ,novi" on l,aPPil-'- people, which (flow into the waters of the CumberMany wagons, teams and team A man of most exalted station. this country by the Indians and of an affectionate husband and land river. It is claimed that the He loves to talk of Washington, cilled the Iroquois, who inhabited lather. Both bodies were carried sters are now engaged in moving water is pointed from Jellico almost (Booker, I mean, not the other one.) this, country hef-ithe Indians. at thesime tinii to the cametry lumber from Isaac Weaver's place! to Williamsburg, and that the fish This is certainly a very old makred followed by u large crowd of friends (the R. J. MrAIister farm) to in the river are nearly all killed by lie cut a most impressive figger Matetburg. This is the last large tree, and is located upon Beach-ir.- o and relatives. the drainage. By taking tea with Mr. Nigger. lot of timber in this part, Farmeis int, It is estimated upon good And then begot real madnndgrum will do muck better when they quit authority that it takes from 54 to And gave a job to'Nigger Crum. DISASTROUS WRECK. the road and look after farm, garden HERBW. EDWARDS 1NJURFD 130 years tor trees to increase their Carelessness is responsible foi and stock. Herb W. Edwards, of DesMoines, Then Teddy turned to other sceues, diameter by one foot. This calcumany a railway wreck and the same Iowa, got a fall on an icy walk last Philippines; Sent more troops to I have advocated and tried to enlation was make by Dr. Laphan, causes are making human winter, spraining his wrist and wrecks But soon regttttiug this ferocity courage the culture of potatoes for for the Northern climate, and would "The next bruising his knees. of sufferers from throat and lung He talked reform and reciprocity. some years past, nml I am pleased vary ,sonii within more Southern troubles. - But since "they were so sore day," he says, the advent of to note the largest crop in the hislatitudes. And then this many sided beauty and stiff I was afraid I would have Dr. King's New Discovery for Contory of Rockcastle is now being May gold in great paying quanLectuied mothers on their duty; sumption, Coughs and Colds, even to stay in bed, but I rubbed them Delivered talks on civil service tities continue to be found in Rock- the worst cases can be cured, and harvested and the price good. Try well with Clnmberlain's Pain Balm And made the whole, blamed coun- castle county, i$ the sincere wish hopeless resignation is no longer again next year on a larger scale, and after a few applications all sore begin by planting a few rows this try nervous. of the writer. So mote it be. I feel that necessary. Mrs. Lois Cragg of ness had disappeared. fall, (whole potatoes) first cover D. N. Wilmams. But this is quite enough of Teddy, this bottle of Pain Balm saved mc Dorchester, Mass., is one of many with straw or other litter and I'll His record is well knowu already. wnosc me was saved by ur. King s sevetal days' time, to say nothing TO Cim A COLD 1.1 ONE DAY, insure you have them ready for use We could not m ike it very bright , This liniment is of the suffering." New Discovery. Thu great re Se-d- y on Take Laxatinr Bromo Quij the first day of June. We can F,ven ifv.etoked all night. is guaranteed for all throat and on.sale at the drugstore of Chas. C. nine Tablets. All druggists refund No Democrat has ever spelt market all we raise, remembering A name much worse thau Roosevelt. the money if it fails to cure. K." W. lung diseases by all druggists. uo one is so far off as he that has Davis. . and $i. Trial bottles Edwin C. Ranck. Grove's signature is on each box. Price A Frenchman whose wife denothing for sale. free. Covington, Ky., Oct. 25, 1904. serted him amused his neighbors Look here ye candidates forSupt. of Schools; which is correct: by telling how he got her back fcT-'?-.and so "Louisville is one of the large cities without trouble. j,. 'It,- - 2 "Did I run after her and beg nro that "have" or ''has" no large manufactures? Give your leasons with her to come back?" he dramati'.'. 1: Willi a full line of everything you need tolceep you warm: - F HK' v cally asked. "No; I did not run ; . fj , answer. I shust publish in ze If wo have not Such ns Ladies wraps, furs, skirts, waists,, all of the very latest. I ant still unable to close or after her. drawn fifty straighten my gngers, hence a very ppaire zat I have got whaii yon want, we can get it. francs in ze lottery, and poor chance to shove the quill. Yes t'ousand she vas back much quicker zan in heavy weight Underwear at prices never before 0 ice there was born in '58 Ati infniit destined to be great, For when his parents beard him roar. They.prouipily named him Theodore ieids of North Ea eri Rockcastle. . H U0I l. uiikkn 8fe36c3o(jc The Hustling Cash w.. t- -. asDocpocsocr: irrDo-Sg- r :4: f ( IT. L e. V ,'?. :& ,' ;'.. '. r l 1 j BARGAINS BARGAINS! Here is Where You Can Always Look for Bargains. f 9 y LH. DAVIS, LIVINGSTON, KY. LAND. STOCK AND CHOP 31 (Jnk-QtC u J 1 : w. n-- l i- ...x a -- ad n :To J 9 aud-knott- Themlfe.'-.l- I -- ' o samel"1 50-cts- 2j-Ct- - hS- - .&': 'T Well, Old Crimp Is Here We "- i H - Ladies' and Gents' - EQUALED. Overcoats, i c SuitsDveralls, Glrjves,.Caps, Sweaters, Mackintoshes, IJiiHlers ajid Hosiery, ESS Gujn Goats, , ,' 'hi 'K'sU,, I s'. ti'.'Wj At all Priqes. Goods "J " l'feM- - i'.,tMS A complete line of Flanels, Flanelets, Outings, .Ginghams, Chambras, (Jantons, Silks Satins Volvets. Trimmings of all kinds. &uch as; Ilanibr.rga. Laces, Braids, binding and. Linings. Thoymust gi,so comcand jeo us. 'We wantto sell them and we can save . Goat Cost. you money. : Ml" t -- SHOES! Tailor-mado SHOES!! Suits and Hats A SHOES!!! Specialty. - : m : ' ;& J. C. HOCKER &CO,, LIVINQSTON, KY '.; '. I- i, ,:' -- & Simon Weil this week made ex- tensjve purchases of export cattle The Police court here keeps limy from our farmers, among them be ' trying violators of the law. ing 26 of Jas. McCreary for NovemWork is progressing 00 the cobV ber delivery,. 18 at and 8 at lege here trying toget'it ready If.r. CW'I 5 0 Jhn H. Mc ; Hugh a R. K'. Hart &t winter school. Gracie Kngle. daughter of J. .F. $4 75: 32 from Frank Peed at 1J4..S5. Ungle is very low with fever. ItVjJl VersaillesCourt. The Woodford 'is believed that her case is criticalSfi?"' . Dr weather here, Sun savsthat the stock market was to go dry th'f-nevedull, andcents springs and were known to go dry be" per hundred lower than two months ago. A bunch of 800 Ik cattle sold fore. . flanl: f The Jackson ; for $2 40; 28 head of mixed stork sold at S2.50 to $3.25 Farm McKee has been,' cattle vt'Wrsr3r,,,ls. o ers report corn vield very irregular. weeks and has' .1 MMw The local market is $2.00 per bbl. about' ten thousand dollars dcposii IS t 'c. Simon Wiel, purchasing agent for we thmk the bank will be .of j convenience to the peoplt: he,re Nelson. Morris & Co., Chicago, bought Wednesday $30,005 worth THOUSANDS CURED. of expert cattle ;n the counties of De Witt's Witch Hazel Salved has 4&f Fleming and Nelson. The concured thousands of cases of piles signment comprised 350 head, with I bought a box of De Witt's Witch. an average weight of ,500-lhThe Hazel Salve on the recommendaprice pa!d was 44 to5 cents. The tion of bur druggist," so writes C. entire bunch will be delivered on H. LaCroix.M Znvalla. Tex., "and November for export to Kngland. used it for a, stubborn case of piles. In discussing the cattle situation It cured mc. permanently." Sold Mr. Weil said that there are about by Mt. VerJirm'DrtigCo, 5.000 head of fine export cattle in central Kentucky yet" unsold. The Didn't like the job. A washerhulk of these are in Boyle, Madison. woman applied for help to a genClark and Bourbon counties. Lex- tleman, vlio gave her a note to ington Leader. tlie manager of a certain club. It Hemp Outlook. "The hemp readas, follow?: The Dear M r . X. This woman outlook is better now than it has wants washing. been for a long time." said Mr. W, Very shortly the answer can c J. Lougluidge, president of the ' The back : American Hemp Company. Dear Sir I dare .say she does, Flax Canadian flax crop is short. but I don't,, laucy the ?ob. cannot lw profitably raised in Cana,,, da without cheap labor and most A GOOD. COMPLEXION. of the cheap labor of that territory "Sparkling eyes and rosy cheeks has crossed over the line into this restored by using DeWitt'S Little The Russian hemp crop Early Risers," so writes S. P. country. cent, short. There has Moore, of Nacogdoches, Tex, A is 50 per been a strong advance in India certain cuie for billiousne's's, con-- , Small pill easy to hemp, or jute, as it is called. An- stipation, etc. Sold by Mt. other thing, tobacco prices have ,take--eas- y to act. been so high for the past two years Vernon Dsug Co. that farmers have found it more Young Lady So you've been profitable to raise toba:co than to on the Continent, professor:" we'll talk of the Sanhedrim, later raise hemp and consequently the The Professor Yes, I've been on as we have one doing business uo time." hemp crop in this country is not so in Marienbad, taking the baths,, in this part sometimes. NOT A SICK DAY SINCE. large as it would have been.' The you know. Hurrah for Gilbert, Parker & severely sick with price of hemp now is $$ 25, but "I was taken Young Lady Really? That ws Davis Co. kidnev trouble, I trie!) all sorts of Mr Loughridge expects an early a change for you, wasn't it? Very truly, medicines, none of which relieved increase. Lexington Herald. .. Buck Varnon. A RUNAWAY BICYCLE me. One day I saw an ad. of your CORE FOR PILES. A GUARANTEED Terminated with an ugly cut on Bitters aud determined to Electric Tiir Exact Thing Required try that. After taking a few doses Itching, blind, bleeding or pro- the leg of J. B. Ornor, Franklin Constipation." i'or relieved, aud son thereafter truding piles. Druggists refund Grove, III: It developed a stub"As a certain purgative and I felt Ointment Inils to born ulcer, unyielding- to doctors n entirely cured, and have not nnneyifPazo stomach purifier Chamberlain's Neighbors cure any case, no matter of how and remedies for lour years. Then day since. Stomach and Liver Tablets seem to seen a sick o n j j Hucklen's Arnica Salve cured. It's of mine have been cured of rhett longstanding, be the exact thing required, strong and kid First application gives ease and. just as good for burns, scalds, skin neuralgia, liver enough for the most robust, yet malism, ney troubles anci general ucuuuy, rest, 50c. lfyourdrvggist hasn't, eruptions and piles, s.vcts, at all inild enough and safe for children IJ. V. Bass, of Fre- it send 50c. in stamps and it will bcjdruggists. is what and without that terrible griping This TV by Paris Med t forwarded mont, N. C writes. Only iiKe ills luea. .Mrs. oiimu-- ia so common to most purgatives," druggists. St. Louis. Mo. icineCo., at nil to sell you a ticketf sTn We're getCo.-- , Udora, says R. S. Webs'.er & ting up a raffle for n poor sailor. Ontario. Canada. For,' sale by! President Oscar G. Murray, of Alexander Kiss, a Mr. K rusty Not to me. I would, HungaChas, C. Davis, the druggist. and the Baltimore and Ohio, and a parmurderer, was hanged in not know what to do with a sailer trip rian wife See where a company' bought a ty of officials made a if I won him. e jiil at Newton, N. J, yolcarjo. Many a man marries one on their road in 12$ minutes. s K K. County.) $4-8- 14-- of .- Times-Democra- t. . . I C J caltle-seventy-f- ive wt-ll- s r 1 .& -- r: VT'-Seseiv- I ,re -- C 1 s. 1 111 50---- S nost-nai- d 1 1 one-arme- one-legge- d one-eye- d i3i-mil- e y L .4- fli'.'t v.. -- "''' rjBS'sj-Kssa- WT "!-- mkf m J ff ( f v 'X! AS ) 'A ' r i t i 5 4 8rf7 y ' MT VERNON SIGNAL Nov. 4, Fmr-.Y- , 1901, Published every Friday by S. ALBRIGHT, EDO. li to announco-- - "" National . chairman Thos T. S. HIlAJAiNWN,, cart siys Indiana will u demoAt a cniuliilato for Assessor (lonjr cratic williout t tie mm; or lormi of tills comity, subject to tho jsuiim of money for campaign pur- llepulilioan paity. With .1 LI CummliiH ti'i Deputy fpoies. Tims. flnirni in nC thi Wejiru-ittlfliorbc- il " COlLVn COURT CLEHK aiilholloil II Wo 111C Id :i i i himi i.c l- ttinWKfrf,iop oNii yicak $i.na LT.VIK f I mini Omul Clr.il. of to the action of tin- c .) i',inilntc p.uly. llockcnitlo, KiiliJL-e-t Thursday, die 24th day ot THE CUNDAY CIELE SCHOOL ; Tnni Wnn ( li.t iiliL'aritnri no n nni' "uu" ,t,,vw thanksgiving for all In the International Suits fs? Wovember h idoWJmhIi lirc j ol festival nnd ' the people of the United States at-the Boy Klii'tr." home ornbroa I, and dorccommriid prepared ly the 'nifjhuoy nnd TJy- iiiui on uiui u.iy iiicy twsc way" l'reacheri) (Cop il,heir m,Vlttr? occupations and LKSBONright, UniJ by J M TJicMinem-- l national democratic committee, Tr.VJ'-ICIliik m meir t 2 UliiKS, H;IC IS. :or jjrwen oirm, heinu shadowed by two men. wlm gainer o account of tin- ninth nr Ahnxlnli, kliiK il him flout New Yolk to worship or in their liomes, devout' tit Judnh, Joash's father. Head n!so ull or lullowtil ly to give thanks unto Almighty obninerll, and pniafci account tnSCliroii-Ido- s Indianapolis. 1 "" r:'", 'lteon ; ! " "CUOT HING! - j I T.io-iTnrt- . i"" t ""t- - H1 H .. - 1; . !) -- K 11:1-- 1, Fon the Next .. it -- .. $ Y oliiM-U- ) t Two Weeks, wo i' iiil. no jitiuiie. me giTiiiesi. i .... propose ' to-- - rrl SfiHBsBk' iM - Slaughter Prices on Clothing, ' t u . . X Judge Alton 13. Parker in n tele-- i ldvetiih! 1 ales made known i icil upon us as individuals and a- - n . ,. ....... . We me nntlioried touuiimiiit-llir gram toQWiiiiain Jennings nryan, , application nation, and to beseech Him that "n JtKV W. J. CIIASTUHtf expressed the highest appreciation m a cimdidnle for Comity Court Clerk, of the future His divine fivor limy l.e Hockrnstlc county, subject to the nctlou of of Mr Bryan's services for the ,v I) K.M H'KATH! TICKKT. continued to ns V if llic rcjiulilicnti init. I'riiTnrv Nn- l"tli. democra'!c parly in Indiana and Iii witness whereof, luve Pur l'rciilpiit elsewhere. cnused'tlie set my hand an FOH 31A(JIKTJATK ' .IV WV. AI.ION UIViOKS lUltKKlt, Richard P. Hmst, chairman of seal ofthe United States to be affixNow York. Of Wo aio authorled to announce Kor Vici- President the Republican State Campaign ed. WM. McQUKKN HON. 1IKN11Y 0. DAVIS, Committee, is receiving bis various Done at the City of Washington, Of West Virginia. as aeanoldate for Magistrate in dis- county chairmen in great'secrecy at this 1st, day of November in tl e For Jiultfu fifth Appellate Dlhtrii't trict Ji'o. 1, subject to the action of the Gait House. It is said that year of our Lord 1904 and of tin republican party. JITDGK .1AMKS IS. CANTIUI.L, $160,000 was recently sent for re- - independence of the United Stale. of Georgetown. We are authorized to announce ublicatis in Kentucky. For Congress By the President. CHHSLRY PAYNE the 129th. HON. G. G. GIUUMVr, as a candidate for 'Magistrate In tho John V. Yerkes, Commissioner TitKonbuERousKVM.T. of Sholhy. Pomtli dKtvict, Hiihjocl to the action of Internal Revenue, has canceled John Hay, Secretarv of State. or the Itepubllcan parly. Primary all his speaking engagement be November 10. FOIl .lUlK.JK. cause of an attack of acute laryn-gitiTO CALIFORNIA, A' which threatened to involve Wo ircnuiliorli'il to niinniiiire Via Scenic Colorado or Tru 1,. v. itnnuiuuM his lungs. He is now in Lexing- Southern Rimta, Daily Througl Ilorkcutlel'onn- at arntiili'lnlf ton under treatment and will make Pullman Standard Sleeping Car. ty, sulijid to the notion of tlic i:oiulilu-.no arrangements for the future un- St, Louis to Sin Francisco, v.a o p;"til his condition is more favorable. Missouri Pacific railroad and authorized to announce AW "You ask me how I, a silver map, I'. II. SIIUTTS Klegnut Tourist Sleep a a candidate for County Judire can vote for Parker, a gold man. ing Cars Service every Tuesday to the action of the repuldican My friends, weighed in I he balance md Thursday from St. Lout-party. Primary November lllth. against human rignts, against conlily Through Pullman Stam'ar stitutional liberty, against the Sleeping Cars, St. Louis to Lo FOIITOOSTY ATTOHNKV. Declaration of Independence, the Angeles, Cal., via Iron Mountain Wo are authorhe I to announce money question stems insignificant Route, the True Southern Routt. S.'D. u:vis I am not willing to New Tourist Sleeping Car Kxcui and trivial. Asa eandldato for County Attorney, DEMOCRATIC to the action of tho republisnl PARTY. four years niose ofRoofeveK sions via Iron Mountain Route anc k can paity. I am not wilting to contribute to it. Ivl Paso leave St. Louis every Tues ThVslhe way to vote the ol.alght Democratic EH. If Parker will help us to rid this ,ay am- Saturday The service FOR J AIL Ticket. c .untry of those things he will de and eqipment is strictly itliorled to iitinojince We urc serve well of his country. I tried, Round trip and low rate one waj I!. XI. .10IIN30N t Judge Parker has ever been the four years ago, with the help of us cmiilM.itc fur Jdlleruf ItwkO islle Comitickets are on sale via Iron Mounty, siilijcet to the notion of tho Itcpulilicui friend of labor. His decisions on mny of you, to save this country tain or Missouri Pacific Railway, parly. the New York bench have been fiom imperialism, but there were from alt principal points iu lit uniformly in uvor of tie rlgrt of some men who were afraid to help Wc are nulhorioil t' nmimiiice For berths, reservations Eist. a. w. ni: icriit workingmeti to organize aud pre because they were ofiaid our finanand full information, address R. T. ninoiiulliln c for.Inilor of ItockcftUlc Co tect themselves against scab labor cial system might be disturbed. hiil)jtot to th3 notion ot Hie ltopiiblio.in G. Math i:vs, T. P A . and and oppressions of employer. 1 a Now you have a ohance to save party. Ky.. or II. C. Townskni , fatuous opinion m the case of the your republic without disturbing G. P. and T. A . St. LouK Mo. Wo arc iiiithoruccl tonmioiiiico Nati jnal Protective Association vs your financial system." Wm. Jen i 1.. jARKirrr dimming, helaiddowu this broad tags Bryan. nsn cnmluLilM for Jnilor of UoekcustloCoun. WANTED. ly, sulpjcct to tho notion or Hip llopuhllean principle: Special Representative in jtarty "While I propose to take the President names Novemand adjoining territories, t broader ground,- which I deem fulto niinouiioe .no authorised represent and advertise an oh CAllMlOAr. CIIAUI.nY ber 24, as day of ly justified by the principles quoted established business house of solit ns a oanibdato for Jailer of I'.ockcastlt- counas well ns the authorities, that the Thanksgiving. ty. Miljool to tho notion of the Republican fi ianci.il standing. Salary $21 defendants had a right to strike for jurly. weekly, with Expenses advanced By the President of the United any reason they deemed a just one, each Monday by check direct from We arc authorized to announce and further, bad the right to notify States ot America: A proclitm-tion- : M CUMMJNS C Horse aud buggj headquarters. It lias pleased Alnrpft God As a cniulldixte for Jailer of this county sub their employer purpose to furnished when necessary; position joct to the action of the itenubllnui lnrty strike, I am unable to see how it is to briti the American people in i3Iew Bros & possible to deny the right of these safety and honor through another. permanent. Address Wo are authorized to announco 'Co . DepV. A, Motion Bldg., Chif defendant organizations aud their year, and, in acco dance with the W W Ur.AUK cago, III.' as a oandllato. for Jailer of this cou- members to refuse to work with lon unbroken custom handed action of thoJlopub- uonmembeis, when, nts' buflfttfLe in the event of down by our forefathers, the time Hamilton (0. man has a tun en; injury by the caielessness of such has come when a special day shall (hat lays two eggs every day. This the burden would be set apart in which to thank Him is what we might call a o arc authorized to announco slrenuru. have to be borue by the injured, who holds all nations in the hollow MARTIN CARROLL ("Now laugh, dad rot of Rock- - without compensation from the em- of His hand for the mercies thus a candidate for Jailer eounty, subject to the action of ployer and with no financial respon vouchsafed to us. During the cenr . Primary Nov. sibility, fie republican as a general rule, on the tury and a quarter of our national 111. pirt of those causing the injury; life, we as a people have been blessfor it is well known that some men ed beyond all others, and for this & Wo are nutlioriod to announce J W. PARSONS eveu in the pre; e ice of danger, are we owe humble and heartfelt lliaul s tion m Jailor of thi of n perfectly reckless of themselves to the author of all blessings The enmity, subject to the uolion of tho I!oiiib. and careless of the rights of others, year that lias closed has been one Nov. I". lleaupuri. l'rlinnn Willi the result that accidents are of peace within our own borders, Wo nro authorized to announce occurring almost constantly which as well as betwten us nnd all other (Diek) MORRIS WII as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastlo snuff out the lives of workingmen nations. The harvests have been county, subject to tho action of the as if they were candles, or leave abundant, and tboe who work, itepubllcan party. Primary Nov. 10. them to struggle through life whether with hand or brain, are maimed and helpless. These care- prospering greatly, Reward has DENT FOH S UPEK I NTEN less, recless men are,known to their watied upon honest efforts. We .Wo arc authorized 10 announce issociates, who not only have the have been enabled to do our duty 0 II IJAMARl) right ta protect themselves from to ourselves and to others. Never as Superincandidate for os a tendent of Rockcnstlc, Kiibj ot to the notion such men, but, in the present state has there been a lime when relicfthc republican party. of the law, it is their duty, through gious and charitable efforts has tneir organizations, to attempt to been more evident. Much has We are authored to announce do it as to the trades affording been given to us and much will be S N DAVIS ni n candiunto for Superintendent of special opportunities for mischief expected from us. We spe3k ol subject to the notion of the arising from recklessness, what has bten done by this nation party. Don't forget the old man 1 know it is said iii another inspirit ot'boastfulluess or vainglo .vith the fish on his back. opinion in this that "workmen can- ry, but with full and reverant FOH SHEIUFF. For 'nearly thirty years he not dictate to their employers how that our strenghth is-- as Wo are authorized to announce has been traveling around the they shall conduct their business, noting unless we are helped from R. L. yoPERRON Hitherto we have been world.jand is still traveling, of Rockcas- nor whom they shall or shall not above as a candidate for Sherill tle county subjeeut to tho action of employ;" but I dissent absolutely given the heartie.it strength to do bringing health and comfort th j Itepubllcan patty primary Nov. from that proposition, and assert the tasks allotted to us as they se- .vherever he goes. To the consumptive he 10th. D.iputbs, John Robins, iteulien that, so long as workmen must as- - verally arrise. We are thankful for Abney. all that has been done for us in the brings the strength and flesh Ksume the risk of injury that may come to them through the careless past and we pray that in the future tie so much needs. Wo nro authorized to announco To 'all weak and .sickly , G. S. GRIFFIN ness of co employes, they have the we may be streiigthenel in the ltoekcas-tchildren he gives rich t and as a eundtd.ita for Sheriff of moral and IpriI right lo say that uneudirg struggle to do our duty strengthening food. county, Mtbjeet to the action of the they will net work with certain fearlessly and honestly, with chariparty. Primary Nov. 10. To thin and pale persona men, and the employer must accept ty and good will, with respect for he. gives new firm flesh and their dictation or go without their our selves and with love toward our EOIl.ASSESSOIl fellowmen. In this great Repub- rich red blood. services. ' ' ChHuten who first saw the authorized to announco We nro Here is wlm Roosevelt thinks lic the effort to combine national jld man with the fish are now K J McKlNNKY strength with personal freedom is of thelaboring man as written as a enndlcjato for Asbessor of thU tjrown1 up and have children being tried on a scale more gigantic county (long term), subject to tho ac- one of his books: f their own. PriLaboringmen: "They the cow- than ever before in the wortds's tion o'f thy Republican party. He stands for Scott's Emul-io' mary November 10. boys aie much better fellows and history. Our success will mean of pure cod liver oil a pleasanter companions thin small much not only for ourselves, but for lelightful I hirtby announce myself n a ciiiulidiite food and a natural e for the neiiuiiliu in miluatioa fur the oltiiIn farmers or agricultural' laborers; the future of all mankind, aud evCounty. Kibect tonic for children, for old folks of of Aeuoery man or woman iu our hnd tho i,rtliHi of the, iiepnlilicnn prluinrj. wlijcli nor are the mechanics and workmd for all who need flesh and III bo hel for tho purpose of noinlimtlng men of a great city to be mentioned should feel the grave resio risibility lirinililleii.1 can lid He- - fur the wuinnii '"' itrength. to lie lillcd by the iwlor at lite treneriil oleo. in tlie sitne breath.' " he Ranch Life rest,n8 uPon nmi or "er ' SCOTT &, BOWNE. Chemists, tion HMO and Hunting Trail, p. 10. last analysis this success must de I'.opnliliS Pearl Street, New York. i... ,iluiivulii-ei-i a ('(inMitfiit IiiI'niioihI. ' BOo. and SI.OOi all druggists. pend upon the high average of our cm, nnd ImvoiilHiiy boon Inud 1 I ftrl Inr tllo Hi llTJ milfer- - ril-r- . I CIOI.DKN TEXT. "Wl en the rlshtrons In ititlin.lt.- - tint ...inlnrnlnlrn iv. 'P M'.m.'s mm.-- Ks u. c. PLACJ:. Jerusalem. ,llMn,il Siiifn ot Is nmi Vest Ever Known in Kuckenstlo count v: - Introductory Note. l .. 1 I - Atlintloh won the daughter of Armband ram, ot Jorain, Mngnf Judith t'pon the dmth of Jehor.un, hoi- - son Azarlah. nlr.B, but within a car,ho was v.hllc on ,1 visit to Jornm, hlnfi-o- t Ihrael, who nb sick at Jczrecl, und ho ulso met death at the hands of Jcliu, l.e "whirlwind" icformer. Alhnllnh, with ill the wickedness of her wicked mother, sl w all 11 e sons of Azorluh, xcopt Joash, who wns iecued b his sum, Jeliosl.cbn, Athall.ih 'lilted oitr h It was In the iudnh roi- rlx jeats ear of Jot.u'b loigu ocr Israel that .o.ish was made king over Judnh. Thu no. her of Jonnh was ".ihlah of Heershelia, . Kings 12:1. Ihcrc-unosc-rl- !'nntt All utiol 0 evecnts ... - : 85 ff SSfflKO 00 SaKswIlRv S3 m to 2 HO, 100 G CO - H to Iu and 5 00 2; 60 0 lien-unt- rmme o yourself our Stock nnd sec for CALL find' Examine yo'-- uur line, whether you) show Will ho glad to wish to buy or not. . - lours lor oiisincss. ,r .'i ,riVi(' ! lz R0BT. COX, Pliono No. 00 Mt Vernon, Ky. Ga The Lesson Outline. - . -- i."EW ii TIinMHt-Minllntl- ois ot the Wicked. 2 st - ! Seen-Colorad- sul)-je- .0 r ri-- - I 11 .1 in-t- Lct-isvill- e, 1 11 this-.ount- - is IMC. .omparing Scrlptme with Swlpture. 1. Joash Saved. U) Ueiices or the Like her .Vlckwl, v. 1. "Athallah." .other Jezebel, she was thoroughly ,iveu to evil and was ready to go to my lengths to compass her own selllsli imposes and desires. She torgot to reckon God and His purposes into the bite lecount just ns Jezebel did. Imagined a aln thing" and "took counfel against the Lord and ill inolnted," but the Lord dually hail Thank ter "In derision." Ps. 2:1-Jod, the power of evil is circumscribed Jithin the boundaries of Clod's will nd purposes. Athallah sought lo all the, race of David, but sure Jod's promises to David were 2 King 8:19: Jer. n.J:17-2U- ). and all he Athallnhs on earth cannot maK old the smallest ol God's promise (2) Heroism of the Righteous, v. 2. "Jehosheba." What a contrast there .s between the character of tills woman and that of Athallah. (1) A Place of II. Joash Kept. tefuge, v. 3. "Hid In the house it lie Lord." Right under the very lose of Athallah, this young pilnee vas reared. How strange and marvelous arc God's providences. He provides a safe hiding place for Ps. 27:5 Us children. Pa. 17:8-!- . 's. 31:20. Note how the wicked of men are made to praise God (2) Faithful Ptotectors. v. 3, God tot only provides places of refuge bat fe also raises up friends for us. III. Joash Crowned. (1) The Se-rRevealed, v. 4. "Shewed them the Ing's fon." That tslon Inspired tlielr tearts and nqrved their hands to itrlkc for God. In the conflict vltn 'Vll God Mil always give us a vision ,Ivlnss, that we mas ft the King )8 Inspired and strcngtheneif to plot 4. df-Icet Joaiti Saved. b. 1. 2. (I) Upiliri of the Ulckid. v. 1. ir Heroism ol the- lUghlious. v. I Joaih Kept. v. i. (1) A 1'iaco of Itefngc (2) l'roicctors II Joash Clowned. Vs , . i. (1) Tr.i- Sicret ll) Ttc Compact .Made V, s. (3; Keioiutlon Pl.uilied. vs. H) Trustworthy Allies tJ) Tho Ccionntlon v. 12 HoM-ulcd- The Celebrated Tennant Shoe. ' . " il&JPdiT' t '3,.af. ' ALWAYS proforable. nifo fitting, .Stylo F6iJ''J and Dura - VSi. '... bility, thoy have no superior. JONAS McXENZIE 1. qualilies. Modo.by the StIouis. TtwwtMT Shoe Co.. f appreciates & stylish, comfortable and snuf (iltin shoe. 0T(w"ZAIDEEVioe embraces all these Sole Jrn J is Agenf: .'.-a- 1 mi. ciuuii ,N7- -. '. Vii- i. .... .rr J . SUHANVILLLOWtNS UNDERTAKER, f i Brodhead, A 1 Ky. " 'V i' Full Link Coftins, Caskets and Robes.' 11 I. !:! xi'ifgraim or.. .j;. xvii iiiuu, fP. l.leplion orders Promjitly , Filled. 1. . 'i ; ' -- r - a 1 J ggs-istenc- n-- t Is downfall. (2) The Compact Made. v. 4 "Madf covenant with them. ' A solemn and loly union formed to overthrow tho vicked and enthrone the righteous "nlon of God's forcos Is always neci"- iry to Ictory. The devil is always lleased when he can divide God's peo-nl- e. (3) Revolution Planned, vs Desperate diseases require desperate Nothing short of a com-iletemedles. overthrow of Athallah and Inn ollnwing ould do. In dealing with evil Go'd's chlldicu are justified in nahlng no compromiFPs. Kph. 5:11. Vote how carefully Jeholada plannej very (Vlall. (1) Trustworthy Allies, vs. "aeli man filled the place asslgne' lliu. Kind your place and then fill P Ah, hnw much the leaders In thr Lord's woiU need men and women prove trustworthy will vho leholada'8 plans would have faller' had his helpers been faithless, anr' many a pastor and Sunday school su perlntendent have their plans bin deied or defeated bscause of dls'oya! ? Paul suffered thus. Tim. 4:10, 14; But he had falthfu' helpeis. as well. 1 Cor. 4:17. (5) The Cotonatjon, v. 12,Tiif hour of triumph. That was a grea. day in Judali, but It will be a greater day when Jesus shall come forth to bf crowned Kins of Kings and Lord ol The wicked seek to prevent Lords. this, but the Lamb will at last be vie torloiis over all His enemies and Uiosf who aro His shall stand with Him in that hour of triumph. Rev. 17:14. The hour IV. Retribution, vs. of tiiltmph of the king was the hour of Atliillau's downfall. She wns bu1 leaping ilio harvest of the seeds sown ear before Athallah's six yearf sl ol mle was purchased at fearful cost. 8. r: 1, 13-1- 6. ' . - T.i1 v "The World Tf Villi -- JllAVO n. All Knows" . . i Tho Louisville, Henderson nnd St. Louis Railway !,,. Him nlw.'ivs nnmilnr Hpiwlornson Tnnf ia & paj-ty- t?3, rttsSg&felflL. f -- Wo rld's Fair Line ....u.uiv. "! or to any point in tho West or Southwest, t.l'lll ........ ....,. ill VIhW r- -k r--x In lili'imainlln .- R4 JJUUIO . T m,,'a f& ' -- C 11 e ir Mors, ud a m i If tnere are reduced rates in enect on account of special occasions, Homo Seekers' or Colonists' E.v- cursions, wo have them. - M WniWIAril n OADor-T-City Passenger Agent. Traveling Pass'gr. L.J. IRWIN, General Passenger Agent, Louisville, Kentucky. I r ljk km ts -. n. nq ' ' a iwa rfsS' H8K ,. 8 jiw , ... . A -- y -- v7 ?u" - vv ' Aki V ' -- s t s f ISRRan V M C ' ,r . Rock-cuitlo- , Queen & Crescent rhute. SHORTEST LIME AND QUICKEST SCHEDULES CETWEEN "I.- N - repub-lioa- - reali-Aitiq- n Cincinnati, Lexington, Chattanooga, Knoxvilie, Asheville, Charleston, Savannah, Atlanta, Jacksonville, Birmingham, New Orleans, Shreveport and Texas Points. FOR INFORMATION, RATES, ETC., ADDRESS mm i A K?lik. m&r So Is nil sin Rom. 0:23. 111 n The Golden Text. "When the righteous are In authority the people rejoice." The pages of sacred and secular, ghe one Iona and conNlncltig testimony ot the blessing which alwajs conies to a nation and people when the upright rule, and on the other hand they offer sad and I'lustrAt'ca o? f:e v.on ar.i which follow hard upon the heels In this of coruiptlon and wickedness. democratic land of ours, the true patriot, the loyal citizen, must cast his Influence, toward the establishment of righteousness. If the nation is to be exulted aud the ptiiule lejokt. his-to- E. W; l. AtKBN, Trnv. Pas4'r Afit., 4, OARP .ITT, Gen. Algr., t y. ) Main St., :ington, Ky. C. RINEARSON, (mih. Pass. Ajt., 13. 89 CINCINNATI, J 11 - uockV-astl'- i I fr 1 - , 00-4I- A Tough One That chicken was hatched in an incubator, said the wail r. "Grac'ous! I didn't know the hnd incubators as long ago as that! ' ONLY i.oo DAILY AND r - J f - E" ' and f "" iuatid ' I ni'l ileclcd, barKen'bU.b ioiiiiIiIIb n. nboutlilKi-loi-tloii 1 Uu '"' bmu-l- ly dii-- . '', I"'"y POLITICS AND POLITICIANS individual citizenship, upon the SUNDAY FOR THREE MONTHS. DEMOCRATS . 1. rr. D.rf. but I l "luill do uh.il 1.111 In brbi!,' ut lb" K!M'.u ihMl.m, tluit my service to the pail) ilil8nc?giiltlon Very truly, - J Oi: WOOD. mt. nryan is making n Imul cam- - himself aud his neiEhbor. paign tour ot Nebraska. Now, therefore, I, Theodore Political forecasters iu Indima Roosevelt. President of the United on both sides now admit that the States, do hereby appoint and set vote iu that State wilt be very close, iElVLr JLo Hair Renewer Renews the hair, makes it new again, restores the freshness. Just what you need If your hair is faded or turning gray, for it always restores the color. Stops falling hair, lso.ttnftafflo'rfeRg,!r, W W af VEGETABLE SICILIAN This will cover the Presidontiid Campaign, which isos to ho one of tlu m ist exciting in history. Huli.scnuoiNUW and got all the news. Mr"" prom-- , - " , . ,v'" 'M' 1. : A. . ... . . ... P. WALTON -- I'&fWtf ) Lexirtfrton. Kv.' " C3 ..--- V' r k c ' 1 ' i Pf V---.- i m - -- Ff ;' ,&' - -j-. , & a-- . '- aJs 'iV .r?!.fr'rij.j'? !U W 1 The suit of Judge M'"J Moss and '' .;'' ' John;:Hj Wilson President Roosevelt issurd a Luther Mani&jhas moved to tlw against the estate of Gqngressmt n 51 piocltunation petting apart Thurs-lay- , Mrs. Ramsey property, recently va- Vincent Boreing has been decided (o) TvlT. i .!:. November 24, as a day of cated by Joe Fr$t, and Tom French in jhvor of the plaintiffs., It in- lijilifccialiMiic r. has moved to Che Mr.s. McPenon voire-- ; .1 5,000 acres of coal land, val "J J. J. Conk liu! n li.iii'e burned property. " Itouisvatt ANHvitn n.Co. ued at $400,000. .0"?SmT". ' ear 'Sparks' Qinrrv Tuesday. B. 1!. . H ' We want to urge Upon every p.ilor, who occupied the house, NEWS ITJj MS . , T1M,S TABLE, democrat the importance of going lost all of his household goods. 1'JHlw.'4;4-north.- . ....... 12.06 p m Small engagements arebeing re to the polls next Tuesday, and castThomas Rector. ng about 45, ing your vote for Parker, Davis ported nightly aboi t Port Arthur, ViMiorth ,. 3:08 a n. If you, have but Utile daniRge is I eit.gotie. Vaalsouth 1:29 p n was killed in the mines of the New Gilbert aud Canlrilf. Livingston Col, Co. Inst Salnrdav a neighbor, who 'is overconfident of $25 'South 1:05 am The Rev. Win. H. Mitchell fell morning, by slate falling on him. democratic victory in Kentucky, dead from apoplexy while preachTas. Landrum, Agent. Thetelephone exchange manager and thinks of staying at home, on ing in a church at Newport Iff ws, 'T'Phons No, 58. isks us to thank W. M. Owens for election day, tell him the impor- Virginia. v ,' ttfdtlht Mt. Veti.j, Kj., Pi.ic ik the big swtet potatoes and tance of go ng anc casting his vote. The monument erectcib.over the vii ?"'"-&,Vft3 BH "Httf .! onions, recently presented. TO THKlEPUhljICAN TO- grave of Capt. Ud Porter Thomp,. son at Frdnkfort was unveiled with TUBS OP HOCKOASTIiE The L. & N. has put on n big V EH SON All" ember appropriate ceretnoiiies,-,Ni- ) oar of screenings leading from Main COUNTVj ,4'"', 1 B. Cox- hns been very sick Street to their yards as well as im "BECK.' You no doubt have heard that I f Will Curtis, of Louisville, who '!11mG ivernl days. proving the street at and near the have been and am still confined to COM EC in, and lot its', show you what weliavo. threatened to bum his home, says ' HHffiDr.rPenninctoii his. returned crossing my bed with typhoid fever. On he is subject toinsauity;from smok"" '1111;from?SjVl,ouis. We call special at'en'ioii' of our account of this affliction I have Our country friends nro oorflially invited to to fifty cigarettes a ing thirty-fiv$v John W. Miller was readers, to the ndvertweitfcnt of not been able to, make a canvass of make our store their loaiin; place when in ,, 'ea a day. y3W tt""iVnm I.imtvivtpr vpstprrlnv. ,.zyn. Krueger & Sons. Read it and profit the county for the Republican nomFormer Governor BoljTaylbr'!i town, whether jou wish to. buy or not. f. P. Griffin and wife 'visited in by taking advantage of theextrenie-- ination for Jailer of Rockcastle .'!" r Mc: oroposition to lecture county, and possibly will not be low prices made? Stanford Sunday and Monday. able to make a canvass of the conn Ferran Memorial church was re.""Sfc.y U. G. Baket spent several day.' The n?w lime kiln near No. 1 ty, and I want to now ask mj tjected on account ol tits matnmon-friend$' 4'. .i the city this week buying goods tunnel is now known to be a go ;, to go to work for me and 'a! recotd. ,I,ogan R- Hughes made another The capital slock wiir be $4,000, all do what they can to bring about Nashvillq, Chattarooga and St A MT. VERNON, KY l'hone No. 7o. of his trips to Mi. of which has already been subscrib- my nomination. I am in the ract Louis passenger train was wrecked ed. Articles of incorporation will to the eud, aud am confident that J at M Vernon Sunday. Tenn., by runbe filed next week. Mr and Mrs. J. Thomas Cherrj will win. I am so.-rindeed that ning into an open, switch. Two were gifests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W Congressman G. G, Gilbert deliv-eic- I cannot see you in person, but re trainmen were injured. Drown Sunday. thiee splendid speeches in the member that I have had the mis Three persons were killed and ,tr, II. H. linker has returned 'ounty this week. Mr. Gilbert is fortune to be stricken with fever, twenty three were injured by the . K from a visit to his sons, William me of the most, pleasing speakers and that this renders me unable to rear-encollision of two sections n the State and that he will be re- come to your homes and talk to .if a Missouri Pacific Wprld'K'Fair and Andy, in Pulaski county. Mesdames G. D. Lawrence and turned to Congress fiom the Kighth you face to face. .pecial, at Tipton, Missouri. I have always been a Republican Georgia Rice and little Miss Chris- district by a handsome majority Mrs. Rae Krauss, at Hartford goes without saying. aud have always fought its battles, City, Indiana, confessed in open tine Davis are in Louisville. and I do think thai my services to court to poisoning her Hon. R. H. Tomlinson and Mr John Magee's sawmill on Copper the parry entitle me to some conLine Go To C. K. Patterson were over from creek, out from Gum Sulphur, was Crystal Krauss, and was given World's Fair sideration at your hands. I there- a life sentence in the penitentiary. '$ f Lancaster Monday night. hunted early yesterday morning. fore ask that you consider my claim SOUTHERN Y Gran Adams, Bob Adams and The loss was not heavy. The ma- when 'iC The judgment of the Fayeite cir you go to the pol's on the 19th ' ;5 vJ'' Rickcls were called to Lebanon chinery was only slightly damaged. day of November, sentencing J. W. Bess to 1904, and if cuit court Shot test, Fastest' and Best to Origin of lire not Known. be hanged for the murder of Mrs. f . Monday on railroad business. nominated and elected, I will strive FOR .fc4. Ilenry Cation was here WednesDead. Miss Mary Gilford, age to make you a faithful, honest of I Martha Martin was affirmed by. the day aud tbld us his wife wasgradu-- - 19, died at Iter home in Livingston ficial. Appellate Court, and the Governor vVtdi.e d.iv morning of typhoid ally growing weaker all the time. win now ux a uaie mr iiik execn Look at the Schedules. Thanking my friends foi pasi Agent J. A. Lartdrum who is (ever M.s Giliord was a niece of favors and soliciting their cotitin tion. '' 6:10 a. in. Lve Lexington daily taking a few days vacation, is of Judge Facob Sambrook and a ued gocd will rind support, I am, The report of the Commissioner "" Louisville , 9:00 a. m. most harmirtg young lady. The spending the week in Louisvi'le.. Yours very truly, 4:56p.m. of EJucation shows the attendance Arrive St. Louis ALSO LUTHKR JARRETT. Miss Mollie Parker, of Lcjiiisvi I 'uiiial took place yesterday at the at the public schools of the United Solid traiu of Pullman sleepers, spent several days, at Maretburg family burying ground. States in 1903 to have been 16. standard dining car and vestibuled COLLEGE NEWS. of PliariM.ejfc1calsf Complete with herfcister, Mrs. Bert Owens. As compared with the 8Tslephone companies have 009,461. coaches through from Lexington to Mrs. Susan McFerron, of Pine previous years, the percentage of W H. Peitus came down frcm completed arrangements to attach St. Louis without 'change. AND Wr.Hamsburg Wednesday to regis 1 phones a reversible double action Hill, called at the dormitory, last, attendance to populalTpii HIS de, Lve Lexington, daily.. .5:30 p. m. creased slightly. We understand he will soon "atnffed club" which is so arranged week, and Mrs. Mitchel, of ler. . 10:15 p. 111. " Louisille tbat'whcn a caller fails to ring off, spent a day with the college ? Yrtjk The Baldwin airship made anothBi in 1 Arrives St. Louis 7:32 a. m. er successful flight at an altitude ol Mrs Sue Mullinsand'Miss Kittie Uie central operator touches a family. Solid train of Pullm sleepers and Mifis Taylor was much pleased 1,600 feet the time consumed being for the button, the club gets busy and Poy liter left Tuesday PHONE 64. Day or Night. The vessel Free Reclining Chair Cars through minutes. They will probably everlastingly pounds the party with her visit to Danville, and says thirty-siWorld's Fair. visit relatives in Illinois before their until he begs off and promises to she knows of no hospitality more landed on the exact spot selected trom Lexingtsn to St. Louis withdo belter. spontaneous and cordial than that by the nivigator, aud the cnthusi out charge .return. asm of the spect ilors exceeded that Oil well No. 2, of the Rockcastle of Kentucky. VVe are glad to Ieani that Russel, ?". ";: HOUND TRIP EXCURSION KY. MT. VERNON, Messrs. Jacob Sambrook and J. R of the previous day. E. Development Co., is now down JV;;. the oldest son of Dr. and Mrs. RATES FROM LEXThe Coroner's inquest on the Mr. Tiller, the Stuckey, of Livingston, were viswho has about tjo feet. Brown, of Stanford, INGTON. -rpeen very sick wiui lever, m umiu contractor, says the formation is itors at the school Monday, aud the victims of the North sea trage Good returning until DeMiss Eljen Butner, of Wildie, was dy was held at Hull, Eng , and the $16,65 the same as found in well No. better. cember 15, 1904. jury returned a verdict that the &' .iniiM KTnnrp was over from on the Livesay farm at the same a visitor Tuesday. a depth. Those interested feel con"White's Station Sunday to see The music department is reallv men were killed by shots fired $13,85 Good returning 60 days. :! lady at Mar- - fident that if oil is not found they in order at last, much to the relief "without warning or provocation' ' $12,40 Good returning 15 days. charminu vounir will be on sale dailjJ&t Tickets from the Russian war vessels. TJie etbing. From all indications John will ge.t another good gas well of the principal. Miss Bertha and FUNERAL DIRECTOR. lar v is becoming very much interested. which will be entirely satisfactot y a graduate of the Boston Con- captains uid mates of the trawlers above rates, IW . Mt. Vornpti, Ky. 1 r "Dr." D. N. Williams is home from a financial standpoint, should servatory of Music, took charge of testified that they lnd no arms on $8,70 Coach excersion tickets on life She comes board; that no Japanese were amorg sale every Tuesday aud Thursday (after a cruise through the "gold they be able to dispose of it as they the work Tuesday. well No. 1. highly recommended by eminent their crews and that they "saw'no iu August and September, good re"!; country" of eastern Rockcastle and have . "''.,"!" .1" vesn:.rnnA Ufa infer. i. jii ..... turning seven days. (uc me Two L & N. freight trains col- teachers aud musicians Bast and torpedo boats. The Russiau iiiuo. sels fired without regarding the sig in this lided near Livingston Wednesday West. esting article on the subject T. W. CREWS, T. P. A. ne issue.' 89 E. Main St,, Lexington. morning, in which engineer Thos. WHAT SHALL WK DO WITH nals of the fishing fleet.. The, gotiations between Russia and EnThe report rtached here this Lasley and fireman, E. Meikel, both C. H. HUNGERFORD, D. P. A. THE WHITIvMAN? gland, it is stated in London, are White, who is lost their Jives. week that Harris There are con FINE HEAUSE Attached. Can , 234 Fourth ave, Louisville, Ky. is a of what we progressing satisfactorily running an oil drill in Cumberland flicting reports as to the cause of "It not question iurnish Metalic Caskets and h'nvn- ; G. P. A. G. B. ALLEN, A. M shall do with the negro in the In reversing the judgment of the coiinty, had fallen rom the top of the wreck. Some says the disEmbalming done on short notice. v St. Louis. South, but what shall we do .with State Fiscal Court, which held a derrick and broken both legs. patcher is to blame, someone thing Come and see me, anything I have not got can get for you on fns, That is the prob former State Auditor John S Sweethe white man. "Another report says both knee and some another, and to say that ain that leave the city. ... sr , "lem," said President W. Gt Frost, ney and the Fidelity and Deposit jcaps .were bursted. . any certain one is responsible, just ,;, C '. y by wire Promptly Filled O v. of Berea College, in a lecture be Company of Maryland, his bonds, general rumor, would be on the iirvv--'.'.'"'J-- ' Phone No. 63. ?UKil. fore the Northern Illinois Teach- men, liable 1o the State for sums U t J JV li making a charge, which if, untrue flMF er's Asso:iation. aggregating $19,299 75 paid to the JMV . TaIckn Up. One black barrow, would take manyldays to coriect, President Frost depicted the militia under W, S. Taylor, the to my A careful investigation by the weight about 100 lbs. came the poor, uneducated white can officials aud that only will reveal man in the mountainous districts Court of Appeals holds that, nl What are your friends saying premises July 20, 1904. Owner about you? That your gray damages. the true situation. The two trains of Kentucky. He tolcLwb Strug though the demands were paid with ISSob'tain same by paying all out proper voucners, tney were hair makes you look old? came together right at the bridge gles F. M. Hunt. and sacrifices the mountaineers BY BUYING YOUR DRUGS FROM And yet, you are not forty ! near No. 5 tunnel, which is a very often undergo to obtain n educa- proper claims against the State. Maretourg, Ky. Postpone this looking old. The reversal of the judgment short curve anA bad the two trains tion and described the flifiBculties 'Today, the candidates for the means virtually a dismissal of the come together a minute earlier or a under which a teacher wasorced county offices will register suits. The opinion was delivered minute later, it is more than probaVon rlon't have to pay for Prescription Extra. and plank down their entrance fee, ble no one would have been hurt. to labor in that part of the country. by Judge Hobson, Judge Paynter "The need of competent teachers dissenting from the tuling. Republican primary, Nov. for tlus rathBoth trains were running at a Use Ayer's Hair Vigor and in the South is great," said Mr. The"nu"mber to enter is a plen19. er slow speed at the time they bit Frost. "Those best fitted to teach restore to your gray hair all When yon want a pleasant phyty. 'i color of north bound train both the elementary branches are and on the the sic try Chamberlain's Stomach and the deep, dark, rich The Purest and Rest Drugs only used Quitea crowd assembled at the engineer Peck aud his fireman ones who can perform the most Liver Tablets, They are easy to early life. Then be satisfied. Suntin imturjl ATr'i lllr Vigor new church near Judge Lair's jumped frcm, their engine and' es good. There is a scarcity of ele take and produce no griping or in my P ract Tee i.ltittrd. ltlll70uellmorlt." Lasley day. '.Most everyone took a basket caped without a bruise. VASeuroAlt, Slclraiilcvlll, N.V. MR1.K.J. Sold by mentary teachers today because olhcr unpleasant effect. j, o. ivrn co., andithere was sufficient on the and Miekel both lived several the average pedagogue aspires too Chau. C, Davis, the druggist, IIHi hiltle. All tfW'lU. the number hours, but they were so badly for grotma to feed twice WANTED. Industrious man or high, and will, not be content to The church has been scalded that large pieses of flesh Diesent. woman as permanent repiesenta-livteach the rudiments of reading, I VfcKXffKUHnw H 11. dropped from the bone before they writing and arithmetic." 'UV"TV of big manufacturing company, TiJ- - at and CURE thk LUNCS For Infauti and Children. to look alter its business in this J.WifFrench of this county, and died. Meikel was caught under If these poor, heathen mountain- !.' Kind Yob Havi Always BwcM WITH Never Heard of Him. "Have county and adjoining territory.' 'eers are a8 iow and degraded as Ttii J.;B'yarsley of Laurel county, re- wreckage uui i..Cy juu.FCu fcl vou ever read any of the teaching-o- f Business successful and established 'iiSri..oJn.. niirlii- frum Pnlo. his cap, when the boiling water pfes Frost picturc3 tnem tQ ". Bears the u,f,u Buddha?" asked Mrs. Oldcastle "mm VU1UVU Jncnuaj Drougui oacn wim poured on him, and fell through They Wt rado. ET he on one of his money gettiDg (Ucnature of "No." replied her hostess, a Salary $20.00 weekly and expenses. j an Iiih potato which meas- - the bridge, some 20 or 30 eet. expedmon3 irl the East, we think weekly from home of-- , them they seated themselves in the sump- Sala.y rONSUMPTION Prlci Both engines and several cars were it wou,d be best to get a subscrip-totalltuous library. "Where's he teach fice. Expense maney advanced. OUCHS and 60c . $1.00 Ameuites. M o i Social OLDS Mr. Meikel Fret Trial. demolished. in circumference and weighs ton toUtitd some kind of a large would not marry the best man ip ing?" Experience not essential. Enclose B. was taken to Louisville, his home, iaclosure t0 drive lhem Jnt0( and the wot Id. Surest and ttulckest Cure for nit The British Government has fflIt was grown, on the farm of J. THBOAT aud LTJNG) TROUB. envelope. Genetal yViison', of uear E.uon, Colo, and forbuiialand Mr. Lasley a remains try to'tatnetbem t0 a certain Kittie I think myself you'd be bought eight thousand mules for XJCS, orJCONXV SAOX. Manager, Corao Block, Chicago, III. were taicen to oiamoro, , hicU,is an irrigated farm. the Indian army. sending them to college.. happier with the other sort. ??& St?SV .7 'SKl;- Rockcastle is destined to lead '1 the, manufacture of. lime. jBjfefc? MT.VkkNON,,KY., NtsV; 4, loot The Junior Endeavor, will begin ' "" Jiei&$5v""d SMSPj, T7f CiH up "No. ?" i'heii- T7Q atthcPrcliylcii.il) church Sunday Vim, wiinl liiCumuiiinl- C J afternoon at o'clock. 2 eit4 wltn INAI, I "ipV". VLRiNLlN 6IG1NAL I The stock law goes into effect today. ADJOINING COUNTIES There will be gas anyhow and will prove valuablejor many purposes. Mrs. Anna Bradford Miles, 'a It is believed oil will be Found in niece of Jefferson Dayisi died "at the Williams well now being drlllet. ' VS NeW Hope, Ky. :. u l&fffll ,p& T. .. MMMMMMMIMMI a. ( :SzmM "?&'? v. v -l "i '6 'ft, ""j" fc' J,'"5,. ' '. I -l Vr I FALL LINE. I . .' ,v,'; . main-mot- h I 'fyv'?lll. - 'x& - 3- Our line of Fall and Winter We goods have all arrived. have wlTBt you want, at prices $'. y'Wnut equaled by any of our comI petitors. . -- - e . Ll- - - y vf . for-Hh- s I Houk & Adams. i.v semi-monthl- y $G$3CC3 y d w - step-daughte- r, Short Chas. C. Davis7 -- Drugstore c World's Fair Drugs, liemials. Patents and Oils, ( f Line ' 1 Loujs-ville- . Toilet Articles Qallore. x CHAS. C. DAVIS, Pharmacist. IK' st 1 . 'T'-.-nio- Wal-cot- t, WILLIS GRIFFIN Practical Undertkev -i ;re'' TT.-ll- u wu si.. ." '5-- V Stock Complete - I , Sv- .1 . A rr;;T7 con-dition- Auers , Ru E RS ATTENTION DR oct-2i-3- t. .1 C Hair Vigor tmIo-w- S. C. DAVIS, r Special Attention to Cnildren. ( , .1 CASTOR A: Dark Hair e kill, couch Dr. King's New Discovery J ,' xm F ..-- ,,' "i && 1 1 e-- r-t . y d teut-befor- e ,t 4 tp'i fi x ,u 5 r? Jj k V . M.lMhM& ysi ""ijt J 5, . h-p"- . p , ? j JV" ihii iiw eg """3SP ttftVn iJalA."'UmttA-r-m- i HHifV'-f.'- ? ti,..l.,jJJ,yu-,- . MLH ?!S- '- - S V, I! A V 8 C. C. MT. Williams, VERNON On o ATTORNEY-AT-LA- KY. , tut. " ,w "dt 0) a2 vb ii ISTHE "'V Tj.liitatl xsj isFn PLACE TO BUY CLOTHING AT J rasu sa& Mi BHH al Ni.'-- 5 COST. a f' H.. 14, I i r '.V . 15 m,w 1 sis !& mW: Y 'k Z'fT. i T . Oil, Pareis These Fet The "recgoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It tor called, but for some reason the (vmtnliifj neither Opium, Movphinc. U(v other Nnreotle i$"rt lady did not wish to see him. wo have the Finest, lino of Winter goods An Kitbsltiiiec. Its ngo Is its ;uuruntee. U dc.slroyn Wornm .swering the bell, the maid very po', ever brought to town und allays Feverishucss. It cures DlnrriKiea and Wind litely said mistress ,was out. Colic. It rollovcs Xeethingr Troubles, cures Constiimtlou and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates tho Now, in the drawing room, leadStomach and Bowels, giving' healthy and natural sleep ing directly from the front hall, . Tho Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. there was a folding .screen which stood two or three inches from ALWAYS GENUINE ( Behind this the lad the floor. P. S. Watch Urn spiKv f..r Special Bargains. & secreted herself. "Bcnrs the Signature of "So your mistress is out?" mild rnmnlptpI'INE of Caskets ly said, the minister. Cores Crip. "Yes, sir," answered the maid. -la Two Days. Ordcfs by Telephone attend "Well," remarked the caller, a cd promptlyi he looked toward the drawing on every Tablets, Take ' room, ".the next time your mistress box. 25c. ThlS Signature, Seven Million boxes sold In past 12 months. goes out, "will you kindly suggest that phc Jake her feet with her?" In Use For Over Years. The VERANDA HOTEL "MonDicit, xees Suionomous (JUAIL THC CCNTAUR COMPANY, TT MUftRAV rrCrT, VOflH CITY. An Englishman walking through ON THE INCREASE lanpnayhe." said thy earnest Paris-- 1 JOSEPH COFFEY, PROPR., a certain partol Saithnd with rod in, who was visiting the Fair. Thomas Taylor is working (on a ' mid reel, came upon n liny lough, Stanford, Ky., "It makos n.e cut niille trouble?, house for David Hysinger. WORLD'S FAIR TRAVI-which he thought held o.n promse Specially equipped for travelni); Mmi ami Brown tells me Monsieur Dry weather still prevails in this of'a good days sport. Patiently he GUTTING IIKAVIKR. OF YERNON, men, Sample room on first floor. Sunt ha one level head. I in paitnntl water is scarcer than was fishe for three hours, moving Hath rooms free to guests. qirri . f 72 dictionairc wlnt it is ever known before. steadily from spot to spot along KY. While the voluiuu of travel lr I means. Ze dielionaire t at e ! Ratks. $2.00 ,er day. Candidates for the couutv offices St. Louis on account of the world'? the borders of the little pond, but -- OPENED 1900. e el is 11 it Iext day I no success came to him. At last seem to be "canvassing" this part Fair has not quite come up to tlu mmwawwa M. Pinit an' I cnnp'inic'it of the county pretty thoroughly 15,000 expectations of tin: World's Fail' he accosted a little boy. who had CAPITAL STOCK, . 'Ah. Monsieur Smit', vous now. MONUMENTAL WORKS, stood for leu minutes w.ttchinj. management, or the railroads, t head.' Monavc7, ze grand C C. WILLIAMS, Prhs. JAS. T. ADAMS, Vick-PkhLarkin Robin?, an aged man has been as large as was expected, him, with mingled surdrise nnd cu Brodhcad, Ky, sieur Sunt' . not ctunpl mz t He riosity- W. L. RICHARDS, Cashier, A. B. FURNISH, Asst. Cash. living in ths edge of Pulaski, died all things considered. Granite and Marble Monuments ' knock m "My little hd," said the English DIRECTORS. C. C William", Geo. Livesay, A. T. Fish, a few dajs, ago of old age and inand Tombstones. The banner month, so far as atman, "Can you tell me whethei S. H. Martin,. Rod Perry, J. E. Houk. I sanity. His sun, Kad Robins, d e tendance is concerned, will be SepALL WORK FIRST-CLASAVe solicit accounts of firms ami individuals. Caretul atten just nine dajs after his lather died. tember. October and November, there areany fiish in this pond?" SATISFACTION GIVEN- ."If there be any, they must be tion is given collections entrusted to us. The protracted meeting at Frce-- and dining these three months the Our friends and patrons ar invited to"call when in town. very wee ones, sir," returned the m closed Wednesday night will admission will undoubtedly equal, Phone No. 55. boy, "for there was nae water here If yon Tiaiott a reenter, healthy niiMement of tb about 30 additions to the Church. if not surpass, the entire number Lowclaeverday.vou'rciUorwillbci, Kcepjonr until it rained yesterdav." towel open, and be well. Force, In the hpo of Three per-omore than three registered up to August 3:. iuclu HUGH MILLER, Proprietor. v!oloutiilitlaorpni polsnn, !i atngernt-- . Ths ui(Mtliett canUit, most perfect vay of keepirg-tbscore old confessed the Savior and Rive. bo wo U clear and clean U to ta.o Toon Indian, on day, he at were baptized. Revs Pike aw CANDY rt- - for It is certainly a big, grand show tempted to explain the principle o OATHARTIO Smith were the preachers. and one tint no person with th? the autimobile. The Indian va flJ"" -- i . A. G. fnd J. M Craig sold to means should miss. It is the op intelligent, an Professor Starr at all trail s i SrPorter FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS. Annzar McKinney 2 e,ulingmules. porlunity of n life time in an educa- explanation was moddof direct It's not sentiment that makes the most successful shots shoot at $70, and bought of G. W O wen tional way and one that will be ta- uess nnd lucidity. MT. VERNON DIRECTORY. Winchester Factory Loaded Shells. Its the rea pair of mules for $?io; sold to ken advantage of by the great ma.(tV.Weli;" he said at its end, "d. sults they give. It's their, entire reliability, cven-Bright & Fox. of Danville, a mule jority of the people of American )JEI think you understand nll.abou COURT CALENDAR. ncsiui yunciu uiiu uuuu.m auuuuujj. vv lutuusiei (j.ff EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY for $107 50. and bought of Tart are proud of, aud justly so. Leader snell3, loaded witn smokeless powder, the automobile now?" County Court, Fourth Mon Palatable, Potent, TaIo Good, E rieasant. Good, Novfr Blckfn, Weaken orQtlpei 10, SJanl arc the best sheila on the market. Winchester Proctor a horse for $$0. day M cent! per box. Wrlto for f roo aninplo, anil book. .mntith. , .s. .. --? The Indian who had listened On account of its utiexcelle train "Repeater" shells loaded with smokeless powder letonJicaltL. Addreis ' lit The leist is bein said nbout the service, both as regards equipment replied; Sterling Reimdy Company. Chicago or New YorV, Quarterly Court. hnstMon are cheap in price but not in quality. Winchester aay in encu montn "Yes, I understand all but one KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAN Presidential election in this part and accom mod? lions, the LouisNew Rival black powder shells are the favorite Kj we haye ever known, and from the ville, Henderson and St. black powder load on the market on account of- ftj thing." Circuit Court. Second MonOpportunity for Improvement their shooting and reloading qualties. Try either of present situition it seems that day iu February, Fourth Monday "And wat is that?" said Professbetter known as the Henthese brands and you 11 be well pleased. They are A patient in a hospital had to be there is not enough interes mani- derson Route, has in May and Third Monday in Sep carried the ma- or Starr, thinking to clear up in a tcmber. fed on a daily diet of egg and port fested to cause every body to go to jority of Kentuckians to .THE SHELLS THE CHAMPIONS SHOOT., St. Lotiij word some trifl ng point that he wine. His physician askel him the polls and vote their sentiment. and have beyond n doubt been had overlooked. Mt Vbrnon Pouch Court; Third Monday in each month. how he liked it. Let every body go to the polls and more instrumental in contributing dop't understand," said th "I "It'uould be all right, doctor," vote. to the success of the Fair than tin) Indian, "What make the automoCHURCHES. he said, "if the egg was as new as bile Go .without horses " Services it the Uhrisiinu Church Preach-lnt- r No POIbON IN CllAMnKRI.AIN'S other railroad in this territory. the port and the port as old as the B H H ' 1st & 3r I Sundaj'sut U a. m. and at H HH HH 'MHk H "El Pa Goozleman has another com The Henderson Route is justl) Couou Rkmijdy, 7:30 p. ia. From Napier New Zealand, Her entitled to all the praise that is be plaint The other night every one Sunday S0iuol 9:30 a. tn. every Sunday. l'roye- - Meeting KvcryThuriiliiy 7:30p.m. aid: Two years ago the Pharmao ing showered on them, as their went to bed early, Ma Goozleman MOTIIKRS PRAISE IT. Tim puhlio are cordial ly Invited to attend ill services. Board of New South Wales, Aus- train service is unquestionably tlu- not feeling well, and he remained Mothers everywhere praise One tralia, had an nniljsis made of all finest operated in or out of Ken- up to read a book in which he wa Minute Cough Cure for the Presbyterian Holds xervieea WILL BE DISTRIBUTED FREU on the tlit cough medicines that were sold tucky, and their schedule of train deeply interested. He intended b llli SniuL,', iuoriilnc and evening. has relieved and the lives of TO SUBSCRIBERS OP THE their little ones it has saved. A in that maiket, Out of the entire is more nearly maintained than on read it in the silent watches of tin Baptist Church Services on the Third night. Things promptly brooke certain cure for roughs, croup and list thev found only one that they the majority of roads. Saturday ui;bt and Sunday. Sunday nre are some of tin School at 9 a ru every Sunday. Prayer whooping cough. A. I. Spafibrd declared was entirely free from For. comfort in travel and foi loose, There nectins on Tuesday niidits. Postmaster of Chester, Mich., says: all poisons This exception Was the best accommodations and safes' interruptions: The baby coughed in its sleep. MASONIC "Our little girl was unconsciou-fro- Chamberlain's Cough . Remedy, train schedules there's but onr There was a commotion among Anhtand rode No. 10 meets '.nd Monstrangulation during a sudden made by the Chambeilain Medi- thing tont a'l times keep in mind-g- et NEXT NOVEMBER day, in. the chickens. and ter i le attack of croup. Out cine Company, Des Moines, Iowa, the Henderson Route habit - J ' M If N A. CIIAPTE.No . Measenger boy rang the bell, To those who make correct or nenest to correct estimates of the total every Sl.COND MONDAY Minute Cough Cure quickly reliev- U. S. A. The absence of nil nar- and request this renting in ptirclias at 2 , looking for a number. number of ballots cast in Ohio on November 8, 1904, for Presidential ed and cured hei and I canno' cotics make this remedy the safest ing your tickets. Lamp went out, because it not electors. MACCABEES. pntse it too highly." One Min and best that can be had; and it is K. O T. M.Tknt. No. si. meels every Is A HEAVY LOAD. been filled. with a feeling of security thut nnj ulc Cough Cure relieves coughs s and 3rd Monday at 7:30 p. in. To lift that load off the stomach estimate and six months' subscription Dog fight in the side yard. makes breathing easy, cuts ou' mother can give it to her little ones. JAS I". IIOUK. Com take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It dito Weekly Enquirer for .. . Freddy Goozleman woke up with $0.50 CUAhCPAVJS, K phlegm, draws out inilaniation, and Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is gests what von eat. Sour stomach, the eolje. removes etery cause of a cough and especially recommended by its 2 estimates and a year's, subscription Belated neighbor began splitting strain on lungs. Sold by Mt. Ver- makers for coughs, colds, croup belching, gas 011 stomach and alld to Weekly Enquirer for . . 1.00 and whooping cough. When taken disorders of the stomach that are kindling wood. non Drug Co. t estimate and ten days' subscription A serenade. in time it prevents pneumonia. curable, are instantly relieved and For many years it has been supposed thai permanently cured by the use ol . to Daily Enquirer for . Uutcher "I tell you, ma'am, This remedy is for .50 Drum corps passed. sale by Cbas. Catairh of the Stomach caused indleesttoTi kodol Dyspepsia Cure. S. Pv that bacon's as right as you are," and dyspepsia, but the truth is exactly the Hayride stogped in front of the C. Davis, the druggist. 3 estimates and one month's subscrip opposite. Indigestion caus3 catarrh. ReStorrs, a druggist at 297 Main St.,. door while the driver fixed harness Customer "I can tell you it'.s . tion to Daily Enquirer for . peated attacks of Indigestion Inflames the 1.50 De trials gatberin 'ronn' yob head. New Britain, Conn., says: "Kodol bad." mucous membranes lining tFistomach and Coal bucket fell over. Gives new rtrength asdey passes; Dyspepsia Cure is giving such uni the nerves of the stpinach, thus causbutcher "How can that be? There are 5,335 Cash Prires, ranging from $5.00 to $25,000. Also, a exposes glands Pan under the refrigerator overing the to secrete mucin Instead of 'Cause trouble is life's wholesome ver.sal satisfaction and is so surely ,, Why it was only curee last week." Special Pric of $10,003 to the one who may estimate the exact total vote the Juices of natural digestion. This Is flowed. bread called Catarrh of the Stomaqh. becoming the positive relief und Customer "That it must have before .October 8th. Clock stopped. An' pleasure is de 'lassess. subsequent cure for this distressing bad a relapse, that's all." Kodol Cure Bad boys rang door bell. ailment, I feel that I am always Total Ballots Cast in Ohio in other Presidential Years. WHEN YOU HAVE A BAD relieves all inflammation df the mucous Political argument between two membranes lining the stomach, protects the sine to saliofy and gratify my cus- drunken men under window. COLD 1888 nerves, and cures bad breath, sour risings, 841,941 1896 1,020,107 You want a remedy that will not tomers b; recommending it to them. a sense of fullness after eating, indigestion, 1892..; At One 1 Mose, caught in trap, squeaker. 19CO ,..861,625 1,049,121 dyspepsia and all stomach troubles. only give quick relief but effect a I write this to show how well the Half the Cost I There was some other things al See our offer printed n the Daily and weekly Enquirer for particulars Kodol Digests What You Eat remedy is spoken of here." Kodol , permanent cure. so. Make the Stomach Sweet. Sample copies sent free on application to time Bottles only, Reeulartlzs.SI 00, You want a remedy hat will re- Dyspepsia Cure was discovered af the trial size, which tells for SO cents. 1 lieve the lungs and keep expectora- ter years ot scieiilllic experiment Prepared by E. 0. DtWITT & CO.,Chlca0, U, ENQUIRER COMPANY, and will positively cure all stomach tion easy. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Sold by Mt. Veruon troubles. You want a remedy that will Diarrhoea Remedy. This is the sale, privately, my I offer for A well knon Indiana-macounteract any tendency toward Drug Co. DOESN'T RESPECT OLD AGE most successful medicine in the Lot, Store-House- , It' Minnie Mil when vmrh 'ails tn One dark night last week paeuinjuia, Two Style's. That the fashions Dwelling, world for bowel coniplait, and is has better strength and Went to the cellar with a match, the only remedy hat will You want a remedy that is pleas for millinery are divided into two and stock of Gen- show proper respect eld age, cure flavor than many In fedrch of a gas leak. ant and safe to take but j.ist the contrary in t'ie case of distinct classes is indicated by the eral Merchandise. Every bottle is "fancy" brands. chronic diarrhoea (He found it.) Chamberlain's Cough Remedy following from Illustrated Bits: They Built coffee at the same Good Stand, Good Improvements. Dr. King's New life Pills, warranted. For sale at Chas. C, price is not to be meets all of these requirements aud Mrs. Speuder -- My dear, wo cnt off in idies no'Tijat'e how seConveniently Located. Davis' drugstore. John Welch ly curiosity with Uonin.qUality, for a speedy aud permanent cure of man's hats will be divided into two vere and lrrespr..tiv?jPof old aq;e. Big Cash Bargain for some one. (Dispatches state) was goaded; Former Gov. Nash, of Ohio, died In I lb. air tight, Dnq corns sianas witnout a peer. styles this season, as usual; the For lull particulars, address. Dyspepsia,"jTnnrrfice,eve'r, constiHe squinted in his old shotgun suddenly in the bathroom nt the eaiea packages. For sale by Chas. C. Davis, drug- style )ou don't like, and the st)le C. L. PRUITT, pation all yield to this perfect pill. To see if it was loaded. home of his stepdaughter in Columgist. ut all druggists. Middleburg, Ky. I' can't afford. (It' was.) bus. Tell-Tal- e Rrgulfr y $o 00 Suits, now $3 00. Hint w go that wny. lr.ve about OVERCOATS -- t cot, ?G 90 Coats for $4 00. Our SI Suits of Underwear will go at 80 cts from the Gth until the 13th. will be soldntOcts. from the 0th until the I3th; after ioc. which time it will bo sold for 10 ty. $12 UO Suits, new $) 11 CO. 'in Bulgaria. It was in the court yard okthe Bulgarian ro)al pa'ace '"'Yonder comes the deputation from Sofia," shouted the roynt chamberlain to a servant, 'Run and call the king quickly!" Taking a card from his pocket, the servant began to spell out the ' name. It was Ka.'ageorgevitch. "Aud yet," he said bitterly, me to ca'J hfm quickme sick!" Suiting the action to the word, he threw up his job. exj-ect The Bank of Mt. Vernon, on street. SteefnJ attention to collections'. Phone No, 80. OFFICE. 2rd floor ii t'hurth gnet J j SJOOSuits "the) Tho Kind You Ilnvo Always Bought, and which lias been in uso for over 30 years, 1ms bprno tho Rignntnro of nnd Jins ueoit innuo under his personal its LiyTyjttJtzrzy ajiow fiupcvvlslon since youInfancy. no ouo to uccoivo in mis. ", All Counterfeits, Imitations nnd " nro but nxporlrajnrs thrt flflo Tr'th nnd cThutrrr ho health of -v- -w. M. L. .? MYERS, Dentist, Mt. Vernon, Ky. f ( First-Clas- Just-ns-goo- d" s 1 ly. It inakes Infants nnd Children Expcrlenco ngalnst Experiment. Outing CASTORIA What is substitute for Castor Castoria a harmless LADIES UHhSS GOODS, $r Work. J residence, on Cld OFFICE: At Main St., known as the C. C. Williams residence. Piionr No. 73. Will be in office at UKODHEAD every MONDAY noon till Tuesday noon. COME AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK. F.'KRUEGER & SONS, V Mt. Vernon, Kentucky. J. C. McCLARY, CASTORIA To Cure a Cold in One Day js Laxative IBromo Quinine (& StJr The Kind You Zif'i 30 WfMf Undertaker Embalmer, toe Always Bought jT. Stanford. THE BINK I MT VERNON, . W. Francisco, lie-m- ! fl-- s. I S, BEST FOB THE I0WELS - d ns Tgtmm&f$8. - Miller House, IW Head qu arte Commercial Mei -- 1 in-ea- Louis-railway- , IB l"l 0 - Miffer-ings- it r DAILY AND WEEKLY ENQUIRER ' m U . M0-M- 111. 1 Indigestion Causes CatarrH of the Stomach. A m Dyspepsia . Lion For Sale. Cincinnati, 0. I com-pare- d , 1 35-ct- s,