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25 South I 105 a m I
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PERSONAL
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Jack andLvtle Adams pent Sun
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i day wi th homefolksh
u < J E Houk is in Louisville buy f
ing his fall stock
0 Eugene Mullins left for New >
i Mexico yesterd yn
Will H Fish and Lloyd Maiet l
were in Louisville Tuesday 0
f Dr D McDonald is here today R
4n the interest of the school C
Mrs S C Davis lelt for Burnn
side Monday to visit relathesa
t
Rev and MrsM G Fish 31ec
seeing the WorldsFair this weekF
oWill McClure and Tom Han el
are running theirhacks at the Bare
bourville fair fl
Thos Lear was here yesterday
and told us that pa Hiatt is gtadu
St
ally growing wQrsed
Lloyd Maret resumed work asa
assistant agsnt and operator at 1
Pittsburg yesterday
McKenzie Brown left Tuesday n
night for the Virginia Military In t
stitute Lexington Va
Vap
Mrs M Pennington and Miss o
Risse Williams saw Robinsons cir s
cus at London Tuesday e
John W Baker and son Will of c
Livingston spent several days infi
the city this week buying good J I
d 1
Mr John G Austin the Leba
non insurance nan was hire this s1
week He has placed considerable M
business in the countya
S
J Marion Denham has accepted a
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I = position as general manager for W
J Sparks at his new quarry at
1A Statesboro Tenn He left Mone
g
day night to take charge
r
s Miss Alice Lewis after spending p
several days at the Worlds Fairfj
decided on account of her health toa
a
return to Mt Vernon instead of
going on to Howard Kans
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Mr W F Sheridan master ofII
transportation of a big railroad ica
Mexico spent several days with
Mr Joe S Rice Mr Sheridans t
headquarters are at Ciupad Porfirio c
Diaz MexicoInterior Journale
MissIda M Taylor Tecumseh t
Mich who is the new principal oft
the Collegiate Institute arrived this
week Miss Taylor comes highly
c
L recommended as a teacher and her
work atTikeville in the past ist
evidence of her fitness for the placeJ
Dr Myers family is being visited
fiveyearfr l
iold boy with his mother of GlenC
coe where everybody are demo
crats and Baptists He has dif
ferent colored eyes His left one c
beinglrown and the right one gray s
The difference in colors doesnt mar
his good looks at allI
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LOCAL
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Fritz Krueger has commenced
another big brick kiln
Peaches are belling here at from 1
50 to 75cts per bushel apples SocI
Round trip to Barbourville Aug
gt
30 31 and Sept i and 2nd atI
191 limit to Sept 3rd
W M Poynter W T Davis and
Sheriff H L Tate are election com
missioners for this county
FOR SALEA fine cow and
Calf J H ALBRIGHT
aug 26 3t Brodhead Ky
Sand Springs is the name of new
postoffice recently established t
Marion Denhams Marion is the
postmaster I
Dr J B Owsley has resigned
as cashier of the Lincoln County
National Bank his resignation to
take effect Tan est 1905
1The
1 The CranorSmith Lumber Co
have purchased of T S Frith of
i iBrodhead his entire boundary o f
timber which consists of some
i
3ooo or 4000 trees The P11c e
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The Big Hill coal mines closed
down Wednesday it being the etd s
> f the first years work The coil
is not so plentiful as it was thought 1
1
to be and thsieis some doubt as oc
just what steps will be taken by 1 a
the company J
The fills on each sde of track i
have been made up to right of way a
at s uth end of Williams street andi
onlv awais the railroad to finuh f
their portion of the work when al
much needed conyeniei ce will he J
ready for use i
Two dyes er scarfs drag n work v
were taken from the Brodhead fair
through mistake Same have been
left at this offke andhy pay ing for
this notice they will be delivered i
to the person or persons who can 5
furnish description 01 them S
Mr Tiller who has the contract
for putting down the oil well on C v
Levisavs farm spent most of the d
week here and is very much pleas I
ed with the outlook Mr Tiller
an od experienced oil man and a
he feels confident that oilwHI be
found in Rockcistle I
s
We wish to call the attention
four readers to the following an
nonncements which have been
added to our already lengthy list
of candidates sine our last issue
L AIcFerron for sheriff W W
Clark for jailer and K Jt McKin
ney for assessor S B Ramsey
also announces for assessor for a
the short term to fill the vacancy
caused ythe deathof John Wfj
fjKirby
would make no mistake in selecting
either of the gentlemen named to h
fill the office to which they aspire
The L f N will sell tickets to
Louis each Tuesday and Thurs
day during the months of August
and September at 9 85 round trip
Limit ten days
FOR SALEOnehorse bar
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ness and spring wagon fifty or six
typairs Belgian hares two bull v
pups about 8 months oldgood
ones Also all kinds household
specialties such as roasters bakers i
etc which I have on hands since i
canvassing Will settat a sacri
fice J P LECHLEITER l
Sept 23tv Mt Vernon Ky J
Tle eft Vernon Collegiate In
sti ute will open Sept 19th with
Miss Ida M Taylor formerly critic h
and model teacher in the Michigan
State Normal College as Principal t
She will be assisted by corps ofv
well trained and experienced teach
ers Special attention has been f
given to the selection of the prIma t
ry and intermediate teachers as the
principal believes in making the
first year of school life as attractive
as the last
The music will be taught b >
Miss Myrtle Clixton who comes
highly recommended by Hamilton
and Ashland Colleges
Furthur information with regard
to tuition course of study classifi
cation of students music boarding
etc can be obtained by calling at
the Institute any afternoon from
two to five i J
S
A Lancaster man and one at
Stanford proposes giving 25 each
toward the fund of 500 to get the
proposed turnpike started from Mt
Vernon towards Brodhead Is there
not seme enterprising man in this
1
community who will take up the
matter of getting tbe remainder
450 If outsders give onetenth c
of the necessarV amount without
solicitation it surWy appears that 1
our people ought 0 the balauce
and get out of the pluNrut in which
we have been runnings lo these
many years The proposed four
miles of pike wo tld cut out the
worst portion of the road between
Mt Vernon and Crab Orchard
thereby civing us a good road be
tween these two points This sub
ject should not be allowed to die
out but pushed to a successful con
clusion
NOTICE
Pursuant to a call of the Repub
lican Congressional District Com
mittee of the Eighth Kentucky
district the republicans of Rock
castle county Ky will meet in
mass convention at the court house
ow
one oclock p m Sept roth 1904
jfor the purpose of selecting 16 dele
gates to attend the district convene
tion which meets at Nicholas I e
Ky Sept i4th 1904 for the put
Ypose of nominating a republican
candidate for congress to be voted
for at the November election
Given under my hand as Chair I
man Rockcastle County Republican
Committee this the 31st day of
August 1904
B J BETHURyM
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Examinations for free scholar
ships to the Mt Vernon Collegiate I
Institute ivift be held at the college a
building Saturday September gilt c
commencing1 promptly at 9 oclock 10f
a m 1t
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iiiThe
iThe
mittee met here Monday and call I
primary for October 8th to nom a
inate a candidate for assessor to f
fill the unexpired term of JW
Kirby deceased They also set
November 19thas the day for
nominating candidates for the
various county offices to be voted
for one ear hence a
e
Mrs Angie Stephens age 59
died 31630 p m Wednesday even
ing at her home on Richmond
j
street of bowel consumption Mrs
Stephens was a daughter of the late
Rev P J and Rgbecca Hiatt and j
with the exception of her grand
daughter Miss Reca Baker was
the only member of bar family left
For about fifty years she had been
faithful member of the Christian r
Church and her walk through life i <
proved her to be a Christian Short
services were conducted at the
home at 230 yesterday afternoon 1
by Mr W H Cox after which the 1
remains were laid to rest in the Mt t
Vernon cemetery
cemeteryLIY1N1xST0N
LIYlNtiSTOA
Dr J S Cooper was in London r
few hours Tuesday
MrsC A Moore will spend a
few days this week in Cbuisville
h
Mrs Jacob Sambrook and George
have returned home from Cincin
nati I t
Misses Katie Lee and Josephine
Elmore have returned home from
Stanford
MrsrClaude Linville and little
Grace Wilson returned to Paris
C
Tuesday
Mrs JE Singleton and children l
visited relatives near Mullins Sta
tiou last week
Miss Ethel Mudd of Louisville b
is the guest of Misses Lizzie and
Annie Fishback fas
Misses Anna Parsons and Anna E
Melviii Walton are visiting Mrs
Jas Parsons at Wildie
Mr and Mrs W H Stark and
children left Tuesday for their new
home in Louisville
Mrs J S Cooper ud Archie re
turned Wednesday from a weeks
visit with friends in London
Misses Nora and Ethel Hayes 1
and Miss Kittie Poynter visited
relativesat Jellico last week
Little Willie Tubbs suffered arc
lapse Sunday and was dangerously
ill but is now slowly improving
Mr and Mrs IWill Wright and
family have returned from a vaca
tion spent wi th relatives at Parks
ville
villeMiss
Miss Lizzie Jones returned to
Lexington last Friday She was
the guest of Mrs Charles Wester 1
fieldMrs
Mrs N Cook and daughter j
Miss Lida and MissCain of Berea 1
have been the guests of Mrs Brack
GravesMesdames
Mesdames L H Davis and J R
Stuckey and Misses Bessie Gates
and Lizzie Fishback attended the
W C T U convention at Brod
leadMrs
Mrs Houston McFerron return
ed from the State S S convention
at Henderson and was the guest of
her daughter Mrs W J Childress
SundayMr
Mr and Mrs John R Carter and
family will leave the last of the
week for a visit with relatives at
Nashville Tenn They will also
visit the World s Eair
Mrs Mamie Ballard Blick ol
Covingtou returned home Wednes
day after a visit with her mother
Mrs T J Ballard of Big Hill and
the Dillion family at London
Bart Sams was taken to East
Bernstadt Tuesday to remain until
he recovered from a serious case of
typhoid fever Mrs Bart Sams is
visiting her parents at Level Green
Quite a number of people attend
ed the circus at London Tuesday
among them were Dr W J Chil
dress W C Mullins J S Callo
way Logan Salyers and wife
Mesdames Sue Mullins Howell and
Poynter Misses Ella Howell aac
Pearl Mullins J C Hocker Miss
Hattie Orndorff and others too
numerous to mention
Mrs E Fishback entertained the
Larkin Soap Club Monday after
noon Delightful refreshments were
served and all came away feeling
it was good to be there Mrs
H D Magee drew the prize Those
present were Mrs H D Magee
fMrs J W Newland Mrs J R
Stuckey Mrs J A Oliver Mrs
W C Swinford and Mrs E Fish
back
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Mrs W F Tubbs entertained
with a chi rens party Thursday I
afternoon August zsth in honor
of Willie Edith Tuibs ninth birth
day anniversary Among those
present Deere Liliaauid Nellie Cur >
ter Myrtle and Milicent Stark f 11 1
Agnes Poyul rliaters Algy
Moore Tipton Singleton and Willie
odaUIand
and Moore were also present Re
freshments were served
NF11S11EMS
h
If is reporter that ihn Hall
whois charged with killing Deputy
Sheriff Joe Cabell in Pike connty
few days ago has lieen surround
ed in the hills Should the itihor
iiies and the fugitive come together
it is believed a desperate hatt lee tri
occur as Hall has declared he will
not he taken alive
Practically everything is ready
for the coining encampment of the
Kentucky State Guard at the
Worlds Fair
Three more men have been ar
rested at Newcastle Iud on the
charge ot complicity in the murder
of Mrs William Starbuck
Application has been made of the
Lexington Board of Education to
have wireltss telegraphy taught in
the public schools of the city
It is believed that the next determined
termined move by revolutionists in
Paraguay will result in the sur
render or downfall of the republic
Cristobal Salvator a Corporal in
the Philippine constabulary at the
Worlds Fair committed suicide as
he said in a letter because of ill
healthMarshall
Marshall Field of Chicago is
the heaviest taxpayer in the United
State the assessed vahe of his
real and personal property being
40000000
Oil tanks at Hoboken Belgium
containing 26500000 gallons of
petroleum are burning They be
long to the Russianand Standard
Oil Company t
A supposed case of leprosy has
been reported to the Illinois State
Board of Health from Lasalle and
di
as a result a quarantine has been i
established there
By the will of the late William 1Lye
tit eightman of Philadelphia his
only surviving child Mrs Anna f
M Walker a widow is left the en
lire estate valued at 50000000 o s
She thus becomes one of the
wealthiest woolen in the world
The second of the two balloons
which started from the Worlds
Fair grounds in a race for Wash t
ington landed near Wyoming Ill
after being in the air a little more
than twentyfour hours The first
one remained up about two hours
o
Maybrier the murderer of Jailer
Thompson in Robertson county
seemed relieved when the gates of
the penitentiary closed behind him
Only one juror stood between him <
and a death sentence and he has
no disposition to risk another trial
Kentucky saddle horses and thor j
oughbreds Saturday captured all the
prizes offered in the classes in
which they showed at the World s
Live Stock Exhibition and her
standardbred and Morgan horses j
also gave a good account of them t
selvesLouisville
Louisville will become the steel
Trust Distributing point for the
south on January i 1905 Of
ficialsof the American Steel and
Wire Company furnished local
contractors with speclficationss for
a 50000 warehouse to cover 30
000 feet in which the business will
be conductedJudge Ila
Judge W George OReilly fa
iriilliarly known as Zanzibar
DReilly is dying in a hospital in
Washington When United States
Consul at Zanzibar he became fan
ous by firing a heavy charge of salt
and pepper into the body of the
Queen of Zanzibar because she per
sisted in bathing in tbe waters sur
rounding the American consulate
After the family and all the neigh
bois in and around Flatwoods Gar
card county had searched 24 hours I
for Maggie Collilt the loyearold
daughter of Thomas Collitt she
was found hiding in a cane brake
near her home When found the
child gave as her reason for runni n K
away that her father had threaten ed
dd is
appeared her bonnet was found in
the woods torn in shreds and foul
play was suspected A neighbor
hood fortune teller was interviewed
and she told that hecliildhad been
drowned The news soon spread
throughout the section and search
beh
ing parties organizedand spent the
night in the woods No clew
could be obtained until the blood
ons a
trail which led to the discovery of
the little girl hiding in a canebrake I
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1 Customers with the best Flour a
on Earth at the following ex A
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j V ceptionally low prices and every S
t Sack is guaranteed or Money re f
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r 1 Family Flour per 100lbs 280 per 24lb bag 70c
Standard Pat per iOO lbs 300 per 4lb bag 75c M
J3 High Pat per 100lbs 3 0tier 24lb bag SV g
I MEAL CORN AND SHIPSTUFF J
Ift At Reasonable prices s f
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Worlds Fair Short Line
SOUTHERN RY
Shortest Fastest and Best to
Worlds Fair
Look at the Schedules
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Louisville 900 a m
1Anjve St Louis456 pl11
Solid train of Pullman sleepers
standard dining car and vestibuled
coaches through from Lexingtonto I
at louis without change
Lve Lexington daily w 530 p m
I Louisville ions p m
ArrivesSt Louis 732 a ra
Solid train of Pullm sleepers and
Free Reclining Chair Cars through
trom Lexingtsn to St Louis with
out charger
ROUND TRIP EXCURSION
RATES FROM LEX
INGTON
1665 Good returning until De
cember 15 1904
i385 Good returning 60 days
1240 Good returning 15 days
Tickets will be on sale daily at
above rates t
870 Coach excersion tickets on
sale every Tuesday and Thursday
in August and September good re
turning seven days
T W daysI
89 E Main St Lexington
C H HUNGERFORD D P A
234 Fourth ave Louisville Ky
G B ALLEN A G PA
St Louis I
Ayers
vpn know the medicine that
takes pure rich blood
Ayers Sarsaparilla Your
mother grandmother all your
trustedr
Sarsaparilla
it Their doctors trusted it
Your doctor trusts it Then
trust it yourself There is
health and strength in it
I aiieree terribly hem tudtlelUou sad
thIn blood 1 fmnul ua yeller mull 1 took
permsk
nenUr cured DU
HIM F U HART lit Suco V
ieintq a bottle 3 C are I co
AlldrIt lwell jail i
witort
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Rich Blood I
Ayer9 pills ere gently laxative
ttltiheY greatly aid the Sarsaparilla
How many commandments did
enthe Lord give Moses asked the
iJdSunday school teacher of small
bBobby
BobbyHe
eHie could not remember so inv
order to prompt him she held up
aher ten fingers
c Ob I know he exclaimed trio
timpliautly two hands full
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Go To
Chas C Davis Drugstore
FOR
Drugs Chemicals Patents and Oils r
ALSO
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ToiletArticles Gallore I
PHONE 64Day or Night I
CHAS C DAVIS Pharmacist I
MT VERNON KY tt
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WILLIS GRIFFIN
Practical TJndertUier
Undertlcerand
and FUNERAL DIRECTOR
Mt Vernon Ky
Stock CompleteFINE
IIIJurnish
furnish Metalic Caskets and Imn
Embalming done on short notice
Come and see me anything I have not got can get for you on firs
rain that leave the city
ORDERS by wire Promptly Filled
Phone No 63
The World All Knows 3
The Louisville Henderson and St Louis Railway
t the always popular Henderson Route is the
Worlds Fair Line
If you have a trip in view to Evansville St Louis
or to any point in the West or Southwest
SouthwestAnd
ASK US FOR RATES And Ask Us Firs
If there are reduced rates in effect on account of
special occasions Home Seekers or Colonists Ex
cursions we have them
I E MWOMACK G L GARRETT
GARRETTI r Agt
L J IRWIN General Passenger Agent
Louisville Kentucky
I WORMSWHITES
1 VERMIFUGE WHITES CREAM s s r
l Most In Quantity BeitlaQuUtr t
For 20 Years Has Led lIW Remedies
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IBOXX IiIYAxx DaUcE1rSTS
b by < rt JAMES F BALLARD St Louie
Sold by CHAS C DAVIS Mt Vernon Ky

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