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HJi 671 c t t fi 01IP w i ern B 7 j j J H i 7VOLU tErii iii iM VERNON ROUKCATLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY AUG 2 1901 NU1UER 4g f f TELLMYF8IENDS TOOEBRAPEAJllD FEARLESS AND LOYAL TO TUEGREATCOMMONPEOPLE d i NEWS ITEMS 0 v A French railroad has ten American locomotives The price of potatoes at na1i has jumpted to 3 50 per rel t William D Aydelott a citizen Sunrise Tenntwas gored to by a bull I Allen E Smith of Lonisville was reelected Secretary of the Election Coinmissron The condition of the Empress Frederick of Germany said to be very grave The Czar of Russia is taking on flesh and though is growing quite stout l ndrew Carnegie has agreed I give Henderson 25000 for r establishment of a library A womans suffrage resoluti was introduced in the Constitutional Convention The Kentucky Orphan ill hold its annual reunion Louisville on September 20 ft is now expected by both that the steel strike will be within the the next five days Firedestroyed 35000 worth property in the business portion Richmond lad Monday morning At Meridian Miss Tuesday a ceiver was asked for the Mobile Ohio railroad by two stockholders Secretay Long has issued an ord er forbidding employes in the 11a to dicuss the Schley court of qUlryOwil1gto Russias greedy meth ods in Corea it is said war r Japan iand Russia is not at all probable Allen E Smith was elected e f te t Co w Wu missio at the meeting L eld Frankfort Monday TheLouisvillo woknMills a shutdown of several weeks resume Monday giving employ men t to 400 people LyttleIton will succeed Lord Kitchener Commander in Chief of the forces iu South Africa The jury iithe Ellis Glenn afParkesburg W Va failed agree seven being for and five for conviction The Democratic convention P mouth Tuesday nominated A Byron of Bracken for S in the twenty sixth district The details of the expulsion Russia of George Kennan American author and have been received at London One hundred thousand are in Rome on a pilgrimage to to iof King Humbert who assassinated a year ago Monday i A special ternlof the Qoujt has been called for August at hitesburg to try the men ed with the murder of Mrs Hall A special session of the graucl jury began Tuesday to sider a number of cases that win vlaid before it by District Hill TIe Weather Bureaus crqp bulletin says the drouth done great damage in and crops in many sections are ink t1p j Cajp tJrucaS has Secured oil J es in Varren county and will gui boring in sity days Y dpit 1i 1sare aso takhig Ia p Warren has a boom 4S yhe Socialist members of Belgmn Chamber oCD p1tiesr ed such 11 tisturbuce ilJ that JLh president closed the tiiig proceedings were in f agaisttVO Socialists nt echar pC5t jrtcning and nsulting prsidcOtj q k 74t man was killed and twenty injured in a passenger wreck near Kremlin O T were returning home Meriwether7 defeatedcan for City Treasurer of Louis being boomed by the Reed the Republican nomination was made in the House of Commons that the of Boers made prisoners or surrendered up to July i London Mail gays a univer tch trust is contemplated by Gould and Mr Barber of the Diamond Match Edward reconimeded that nt grant Gen Lord Rob sum of 500000 in consid of eminent services in Africa King Phillips says the is being flooded with circu New York to get sub to a big corn pool He is a swindle distribution of 13000 of land in the KiowaI reservations by means ot conducted by the Govern in progress Sam Roberts of Lexing called on President Mc at Canton in connection objection to the reappoint Collector SappIis a big split in the Mc County Democratic Com A stormy meeting was factions disagreeing and Wood being of electd Weatherford drew the first toniestead in at El Reno Okla Slon Miss Mattie Beals of iJlOne Kas drew second drout was broken in CentiajLj Tuesday night by a good rain The rain extended as as Rowan county Paducah a rain and relief from Emperor of China has isi edict providing for the of the Government with the demands of the nMinistersA prOgressive will be adopted J citizens Regublicans Independent Demociats are what shall be done to city from the double peril on the one hand and combine on the other in the corn belt Wed was not as heavy on Sunday but it fell where it needed The central por the Taxas corn belt how still dry The tempera generally lower drouth in Kentucky has by rains which have in nearly every portion of making the outlook for crops and tobacco much With tile rain has come drop in temperature Hartrnan of Duluth a duel with swords with Pachrnannfoivrt e German in which both nw i received ber of serious woosThel officers jugular vein was and the AnYericsh was de the victor Admiral Kimberly has ask excused Jrom the Schley of inquiry Admiral Schley nsWered the prec ptjn the but if it has haV ben f teceiy the Navy Departtperit jt was away by Secretary Long strdty iistitpmer vaca f s COli WAY 0Sbermmn Baker went to Ford last Tueisday hunting work R G and C P Linville were in Berea last Wednesday J on business Mrs Jennie Ramsey was the guest of Mrs Lizzie Jones this weekMrs Jennie Ramsey ant Mrs Mollie Jordanwere in Berea last- hursrlaYshopping M Johnson left for Rich lR last Monday where the has a job in a planing mills The school at this place is progressing well and our teacher is giving good satisfaction The people are much delighted near Boones Gap to get a post office The name ot the office is BoonSamuel Johnson and wife will move from Morning View in a few days and keep house for Mr W T Woodall- M L Kelton and Matt Coffey are well prepared for this hot weather both of them having their heads shaved Mr Isaac Philips was up from Wildie last Monday looking after the interest of his son Bogie in the Conway primary Ed Sexton passed through here last Saturday en route to the Paint Lick Mills Ed says he has starved as long as he can stand it Perry M Lambert who has been in Illinois for some time returned home last Saturday and reports everything burning up in Illinois The friends and relatives of J S Arnold and family are arecontempatjlin inutile near future t I9V JotresT whorisr iritjllifoisi on a visit was out driving one day r1filidiugmuch for him he tried to free himself by kicking when he struck Mr J nes on the arm and broke both bones near the wrist His many friends and relati yes here are much grieved to rn9F his misfortune v ff i j QUAIL 1 hJ o MissLuna Herrin who has been quite sick is slowly recovering IMr John Biown left a few days for a three months visit to Indiana T Mrs Flora Thompson is very sick with fever and is soWly recovering t The weather is extremely hot and a great deal of sickness in this part otthe country Miss Martha Hamm a worthy young lady of Livingston is visiting Miss Luna Herring at this place v The farmers are very much dis couraged on account of the dry weather in this section bttare still in hopes that the rain will come by and by S IT DAZZLES THE WORTJJ No discovery in medicine has ever created one quarter of the excitement that has been caused by Dr Kings NewDiscovery for Consumption Its severest tests have been ofCQnsutI1Pii Pleurisy and Bronchitis thousandsi of whom it has restored to perfect health For Coughs Colds As thmaV Croiipj Hay Fever Hoarsenegsiaud Whopping Cough its the quickest surest cure in the world iiissdM by all druggistsf who guarantee St Uslactioii or rcfuiid Y aijfcy Lar e bottles 50c incl r6Trial Bottles 1 1 5 itt Land Stock and Crop 0 The worlds trotting record was broken Friday by Crescens The stallion made the mile in 2Q234 at the Cleveland trabk D N Cogar Co of Harrods burg have bought and stored away 55000 bushels of wheat paying 55 cents Winchester Democrat- M j Farris sold and delivered to Mr Simon Wiel this week 85 head of fat cattle averaging over 1400 lbs at sets Danville Advo cate Norton Bros of D gansville were in this neighbor hood last week buying lambs at 3j and 4Cts and engaging late lambs at 3 and 3 cts for istth of AugustHar rodsburg Democrat George Deaver sold to Bishop Hibler Bro 18 head of lambs averaging Si pounds at 5 cents E P Clay brook of Hutchinson sold a bunch of fat cattle at 5 25 At Hutchison Bob Pen I sold 75 tons sheaf oats to Lexington parties at S delivered in Lexing ton Mr Plunket sold si field of sheaf oats to James Russell at 8 a ton in fieldParis KenttfclMan George Pulliam has sold a car load of hogs to J C JoHnstone at 525 per hundred Average weight 225 poundsGeorge DeaveY sold to Bishop Hibler Bro 17 head of lambs averaging gi pounds at 5 centsG A Swinebroad of Garrard was in Danville this after noon and in a conversation Vitn1 the Advocate he said that he bought 60 head of fat hogs of Walker of Garrard this mornig at 525 pet hundred a bunch of heifers weighing from 600 to 8po pounds of John White at 3 cents a pound and sold a family mare to Fred Yeager for 65 Advocate TUESDAY MARKETS TjeptetiF ber wheat opened at 69 closed at 63 Highest 60 lowest 6754 Corn opened at 54 closed 52 JHighest 54 lowest 52U Oats opened at 33 closed at 3vHighest 3334 lowest at t JjWABD hr u n Mrs M A CUiHniiri S is vefy sick at this writing Every botty is Very rjiisy picking and caning uj b1ackberrws M C Solder returned from1 Wpoldridge TeiiB last Saturday W M Price returned from Clay county Saturday hfe ivery sick at this Writing IrA Q Payne is seriously ill witti typhoid fever and not expected to last blit a short time Rev A j Pike preached a very interesting sermon to a largerranti appreciative audience at Freedom Sunday Owing to ill health Rev H T Williams was unable to fill his reg ular appointment at Scaggs Creek cHurch Sunday WHITE MAN TURNED YELLOW Great consernation was felt by the friends of MA Hogarty of Lexington Ky when they saw he was turning yellow His skin slowly danged color also his ewes and he suffered terribly His mal aldy vsYellow Jaundice He was treated by the best doctors utl vvitli9ut benefit Then he sah vecl to try Electric Bitters 1 he wonderful Stomach and Liver fern edyy rdhewries After taking W9 was wholly curedvv A trial proves its matchless merit joij all Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles Only SOG Sold by 11 drugeists Tne totals um bolhot seek tuo j rers that liiive registered atrl ReWb I anarjawton Qklahotha Friday t62J4 pi6V was the lt4ayI- tion t g1 THE JliK OF MT 1flNON MTlleltNONrK OPENED 9oo ILI1IISCAPITAL SrOCK 15000 s H MARTIN PRE A E EWERS VICEPRES W L RICHARDS CASHIER A lB FURNISH ASST CASH KruegerGeoWe Sblicit accounts of firms and individuals Careful atten tioti is givii collections entrusted to us OCir friends and patrons are invited to call when in town f First National Bank OF STANFORD KY Capital Stock 100000 Surplus 1804076 DIRECIORSSJ W Hayden W P WaltouJJ H Collier MID Elmore C Riedi TJ P Hill S H Baughman W A Tribble M J Miller and S T Harris We solicit the accounts of tHe citizens of Rockcastle and adjoining assuring them prdmrjft and careful attention to all busi ness intrusted to us Personal application and correspond ence with a view to business relations invited J S IidCKE Pres JtfO J McROBERTS Cashier A A McKINNEY Asst Cashier DANNIE OWENS UNDERTAKER Caskets Coffins Robes Etc Kept in Stock Oraers by Mail Telegraph or Telephone i Promptly filled BROOHEXAD KENTUCKY GO TO JONAS MCKENZIE tSMT VERNON ttY i 7 5I iyfor Eveythig t1f j D1r Gtiadj Clothing Boots and Shoes and General Merchandise Id 1sBEST GQODS AT tPVEST PRICES 4 = n6 t WILLIS GRIFFINPractical tJndertlker and FUNERAL DIRECTOR 2 Mt Vernon Ky 4v Q fhATAmnTpfA FINE HEARSE Attached Can1 iurnisll Mctalir Uaskets and li vBF 5 EriTh lmingdone on short noticeSCome and see me anything I have not got can get for you on first train that leave the cityS f ORDERS by wire PMnptly Fledj l lS W liEPEOPLES i fi DL1QRI fr liP l CI C1DAVIS jlg1tO J lUiJRUGS Perfumes Sf tin f J g igarsToacc EaiatSj Oils i iL 4 Cll Ij TOILET ARTICLES ottitJ7 pt rf RJJ XJPJ P FI P s QllffiJiNbEl i Si r2 f tf J qji f I 1iA r iEl f MtVernen Signal 1RIDAVXIg2 901 thledcvtrriday 6y AUIRRHTLi f cFUt SUJSCKIFTION ONE YEAR tQo j i7dvsrfIg rates made known 1l application ll a ANNOUNCEMENTSI 1 Weare authorized to announce Chesley Payne wrfeandidate for Magistrate in the Second district subject to the action of the Repub lien party CENSTSS statistics for Kentucky shows the total population of tbe Commonwealth to be 2157174 of which 1090226 are males and 2056947 are females The for dg born population is 50249 and the total white population is i 872309 The colored population is 284865 of which 284706are negroes seventyseven Chinese and 102 Indians In Louisville there are 88S64 nativeborn males and 94440 natIve born females The foreign males number 10667 with 10760 females The colored population of the city is 18344 males and 20297 females If we had more good women and not so many mean men our State would be much better off THE Louisville Times had a splendid cartoon Tuesday evening of Mr James F Ginstead with a sapp carving knife cutting into a watet melon called the Republican mayoralty nomination only to find it rotten Major Wood and Ex iGov Bradley had better come up into Rockcastle and do a good deal ofadvising about the rottenness of j politics here A K McClary would have made a good Judge but r lie was crowded off Fish was a goodman but he too is off butliynate him and he was wise enough t fto see it in time to save himself from defeat 1 f BKADLY advised James F Grin stead of Louisville not to accept the mayorality nomiqation because tainted with fraud bribery and bal lotbox burning Grinstead too c his wholesome advice and has withdrawn We are glad to see so many of the best republicans of that city take a bold stand against s bossism in politics Clicks and combinations corruption and ballot- box stealing should be vigorously condemned by each and every party t Ifnot one way then another ConstitntioualUConvention by a vote of 104 to 14 yesterday adopted the section of the majority suffrage report con taining the grandfather clause Delegate Lowe of Jefferson county who is chairman of the Democratic State Committee denounced the actiou as an indication that fraud would be attempted in Alabama The minority suffrage report was tabled MAINE Rhode Island Michigan and Wisconsin are the only four States which do not have capital garnishment In these States where hanging has been abolished manslaughter has increased greater in proportion to former years than in any of the other States and the advisability of returning to the aucient system has cams to be almost inevitable SAPPISM seems to have a grip on the Grand Old Party in Ken tucfcy and they are even carrying loads of itt Emperor McKiuley vat Canton He no doubt feeiibr his subjects in Kentucky as poor f persecuted children and fugitives from persecution iv WHILE Owin Mcintyre of the 7ft Advocate is inveligating the claim es of Mt Yernon unearthed PY fC tbe itor f tnislxiperi he should make a fuller investigation of that large volumu in his craniutn Why I not work another postoffice fake 9 jt VHTismeauer than a liar andi ZAlwoface combined Not even a ilItitk 1i iiP 0 f FROM all indications the Mary land democrats igil ring National issues and working in harmony for the good of its Commonwealth and to unify the best element of the State for the common good TViat is true Democracy IN Ohio at Columbus a dozen bolters from the Ohio Democratic Convention met and organized The Progressive Democratic Party tIt looks as if a dozen would make a slim campaign in ithe great State of Ohio CORDINAI GIBBONS is quoted as saying thatAr hbishops Ireland and Corrigan will be elevated to the Cordinalate Gov BECKHAM will review thet State Guards during their encampment at Owensboro LEVEL GREEN 1 Rev Todd filled his appointment at the Christian church Sun day and preached a very interest ing sermon looking at it from a Campbellite stand point on the subject Worth of the Holy Spirit or Holy Ghost- I have a question for tbe clergy We read in the New Testament Scriptures where Christ on various occasions cast out devils now who were these devils and where did they come from Will some good preacher like Bro Pike tell us And do the same kind oj devils get into the bum m family in this day and time Let us hear from you We had a fine rain the ijth but we need another now of the same sort There seems to be a desire among many of our county men to leave Rockcastle this fall and seek homes elsewhere This will be the case until we have better roads and unI til we change for the better in many other respects Insteadof emigrants we should try to hold the population we have and encourage emmigration then Rock castle would come to the front We need some entirely new ma terial in order to inaugurate a new system of farming and inspire uew life in us oW H Moss Backs We- rea agriculturally dead and we need medicine Rev F L Warren is in the dog trade He purchased a fine pair of lusoouersttfroJU John McMullin and will raise them for Dr Price who will pay more for a GOOD Sooner titan any other sportsman in this part W H Brown Sr wants a nr w breed of chickens but hes forgot the name Polly Tix is getting hot even down here now Just let em boil for it do look funny and sound funny arid itia funny toseethem the repubs of course fight e2chotker They can say and do such funny things and I always did love funny people and I am of opinion that some of them will look and feel funny on or soon ater the 15th prox But then this is their fight and none of my business In my write up about the rains Idid not say that we need not pray for rain but I did say and do now reiterate that God does not send the rain any more direct than He causes the sun to rise and set or a change of seasons and many other changes that take place by fixed laws uld my Bro you know this just as WEllasdo but yet in answer to prayer rain may come for all things are possible Virith God James says the Effectual fervent prayers of a righteons than avail ethjaiuchandJ believe it The Scripture says tQ For we know jthat Gog berhtiot sinners but if any man be a worshipper of God and Joeth1 His will hmmjie hear eth JSTofr this lo very much1 tnie like the prayers of the wick ed are not vorth much Well we still need fainJatnduti ornandpasItures BUCKVARNON ni 3in Lulut iQ iileaWeNt- M 1v sM M p J f L ui t r J LIVINGSTON o John Farmer was in Crab Orch SundayMiss Mullius is visiting rel atives at Lexington 1F Cooper is visiting his par entsat Clordland N C Mrs Geo Pope i returned home from Lancaster Monday Mrs Alvin Ranies is visiting her parents at Ft Wayne Ind Mrs Annie Blmore has returned home from a trip to Stanford Mrs W T Merimee returned home from Stanford Tuesday W C Mullins is on a business trip to Stanford and Hustonville Mrs G M Ballard is visiting her mother Mrs Cook at Cove Mr and Mrs James Bun have returned from a visit at Stanford Mrs J R Stucky and son John were in Mt Vernon Monday W P Stark of Lagrange was with his many friedus here last weekMrs Linehan returned Monday after a visit at Some i set aud Leba non Junction Thos Lasley and Grant Hilton are at Bowling Green with the air car this week Mrs George Cook has been vis VernonIMrs Ida Rose is visiting her mother Mrs Meadows who is verb sick at Pine Hill James Frazier was in Brodhead Monday to have his eyes treated by Dr Burdette Mrs L C Smith and daughter are visiting Mrs Frank Dilliou at Crab Orchard this week Miss Lela Hendren of Edenton Madison county is the guests of her sister Mrs Lewis Dilliou Mrs Lottie Argcnbiight accom panied Mrs Emma Price to her howe at Lexington Tuesday Miss Nannie Welter after an ex tendedvisit with friends here rt turned to Mt Vernon last week Mrs Mattie Ovens of Barbours yule is the guest of her uucle Ashley Owens and Mrs Sue Mullins Died Wednesday evening at the residence of Gep Pont r near town Jesse Poynter aged about 60 years John and Henry FeUds who have been the guests of Mrs Henry Browning returned home Saturday Mrs Grant Hilton went to Stan ford Wednesday to attend the burral of the little sou of Mr and Mrs Will Hilton Flem and Joe Cummins have re turned from the Philippine Islands and say Old Kentucky is good enough for them Mrs James Frazier and Mrs Henry Browning also the little daughter of Mr and Mrs Merimee are on the sick list Miss Susie Johnson of Boot Heel Laurel County who hasbeen the guests of Miss Clara Griffinre turned house Sunday t Mrs A N Bent yMrs Lena Sparks and little son Bently are visiting relatives at Louisville Frankfort and Graftensburg John Brown and F L Thomp son of ML Vernon L T Stewart of Wtldie and A L Reedof Londou were guests of yRpillion Wednesday Mrs Mary J Payne t of Alta nit and Mrs jCPoynter of Mt Vernon who were the guests of Mrs Sue Mullins last week have returned home ndaywlthftjUatlendance of a the excessive heat and drought the trustees very sensibly concluded to dismiss school rlhtlf th6th- of August 1i 1 t The many frnlithif M Ianthe loss nl thdrJLIV hiy il Coop r wit wi lnrricd at L cast rSt1rdy Ca I U k i ThVnas ahl tIlI Roberr iiilrfiv have purchnM the v xKi si0 iw and pll1Jjj tlisiiiiltYUii bv V R iI L lion rixcl ili Jngii operation If once uri iImg vvoncfciMuWovii two liutuirtd nttny Luthr ineliiil T4 m of MK HIT Mrs AYiil tlilriiTV of thin pint r died at tlh luuiu Ji his rdndpil ents Mr P d Mfs Jume HL Iou near Kiwuid Tuesday ul1 lw burriel ai isnen Ceinciry Vrc nesclav Thtv hive the sym pat iJ of the rvui ere f CASTORIA1or BB Kind You Have Always Bought Signature Bears tZMt HairSplits cc I have used Ayers Hair for thirty years elegant a hair dressing and for keeping forII hair from splitting at the ends J A Gruenenfelder Grantfork Ill Hairsplitting splits friendships If the hair splitting is done on your own head it loses friends for you for every hair of your head is a friend Ayers Hair Vigor in advance will prevent the splittinghas169 a bottle drigstz l If your druggist cannot supply you send us one and we will express you a bottle Be sure and give the name of rdttr nearest express office Address J C AYER CO Lowell Mass L IIeallliyMOtls r Few mothers art hull w bcrsuscgp rhfir dtMIei are io exactim the rnanc the hock cichikibirth And the cdc f young chHocn areIIu 1WineOewes her loved ones Do you want 5 robust health with all its privileges andgp f plcawrej Wine of Catdui will jive 5 to yourIt 2 WflofLpeP strznjthens the female oganj and Invrj IiIcmatamedicine made Ak your du tfU lor 100 bottle Wine of Crrdul ani lake tic fl g iid Utute under any clrcumjtAncrv 5 bcornnCDCIUItowilk across the bouv Two weeks ftrr vitil 9 t half s tnUc aJ pickedttrtWba Whr my otherc1ifldwisrft1iuffert4 with Lhe piii 24 1i heart dhJto nite hiea on Kwle itccatft had nomi Alter e Wine durie ret1 nIQm4 5SI aut 4 If J W Jf r The Kuul You TIao Allays Bought arni winch has been in use for ver30 ycnrs ias borne the signatnre of ctmT supervision All Counterfeits Imitations and uustasgoodue out Experiments that trifle wIth and endanger tire liejiiltlL of Infants and Children Experience against Experiinent What I S CASTORIA astoria is a substitute for Castor Oil Part goric Drops aud Suotiiisigr Syrups is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor Narcotics substance ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Fevcrislmess It cures Diarrhoea Wiiul Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipatiiwi antI Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach Bowels giving healthy and natural The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend CENUDNE CASTORIA ALVAYS the Signature of The EM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE 77 vc What the Robinson Thermal f Bath Cabinet Will Do IT WtLI appeal to your intelligence IT WILL clean all impurities front the skin IT WILL purify the blood and liver IT WILL cure kidney trouble IT WILL make beautiful complet ion IT WILL cure rheumatism IT WILL relieve ladies of irregu larities IT WILL relieve ladies monthly 1 painsSIT WILL cure catarrh IT WILL cure const ipatipn t IT WILL free the system of tobacco Id IT WILL give life Jo I every i organ IT WILL cure the worst colds IT WILL relieve the systeiii ofthe effects of liquor IT WILL relieve all congestions IT WILL give you a better bath than any water on eartH IT WILL be endorsed by every honest physician For Sale By J P LECHtEITER MT VERON Ky WI Old newspapers for sale at this iBc0 ijcts per hundred and has been made under his per sonal since its infancy Allow no one to deceive Ton in this harmless Ii other Its and and sleep Bears new =t iw latll to Texas At frefyent intervals dur triplickets Cfattan Belt RolS IiiAIifi meai fO and vtVfemphis to points jfrArkansas Louis ana Texas and ndian and Okla ima Territories fgreatly reduced tiM li tillfwill let you when yog can secure one willischedule for the trip end iM fMtbV little book Trip Texts F L T P A Oadaaall 6hli tHUBIMJH CF4H T4 Sill in A i New Fast Train 51TO jCOLORA DO UTAH AND THE PACIFIC COASiIn effect Sunday May igth The new train villleae St Louis 9oo a m daily the evening train to same points 10 10 p m daily Through sleeping car service be wd StjLouis San Francisco and Northwestern points Only line that does a twice daily Excursion tickets now on sale addressRL tiisvilleXyS IT TOWNSEND GnhlP ssi and Tlit Agt St Louik r1 TM f JJemt th cTepho iTe wilJ ran mi1t YOUrCA iSSAGrE from Mt fVftrnnii to Williainfr burg JBairbourville Corbin Londoii pazel Patch Living stqn PilQ Hill Brush Creeky LrigrcI W ildie Brodhead Waftai ieVel C reen Hanford Grab Orqla1 dj StaHford Lan cfter and alljcentrali Refl ick points at low rates t Mt Vernon Slgbal MtVERNON KY Aug 2 901 I LOUISVILLE NASHVIVLC R R Cc TIME TABLE 34 north 1105 a IT 26 north 131 am 23 south 157 p m 35 South 145 am lAs LANDRUM Agent Entered nt the Mt Vernbi Ky Postoffice as sec ouncloss mall metter- MASONICI Ashiand Lodge No 640 mucia 2nd S tur lay 10 A in BMT VERNON A CHAFTKR2fo 4 MEETS every FOURTH MONDAY at2pin S CHURCHES OhriBtianrrHolds services st3r1 Sumlaj At 11 a m and at 630 pm PresbyterianHolds services on the 2nd and 4th sunday morning and evening Baptist ChurchServices on the Second Saturday night and Sunday Suuday School at 9 In every Sunday Prayer meeting on Tuesday nights PERSONALS 0 G 11 Ballard was here Tuesday Q J4Payue is very low with ieverA W Stewart was here Monday James Maret was in Lancaster yesterdayDock was in from Cedar yule Wednesday J G Fish was in Pine Hill Tues day and Wednesday Attorney C C Williams was in Frankfort yesterday Debety Collector W T Short is in town vith friends JE Houk is verey sick and thought to have fever Atty J W Brown was in Brod head Saturday on legal matters Rev J C Carmical preached at the Baptist church Thursday night Mr Steve Albright of Glades was in town on Thursday y on busi ness f Mra dMrs W HfCox are both number among the fs1cky this week W T Houk of Gum Sulpher Spent Sunday with his brother J Houk Prof W R Dickerson spent seveial days here this week elec tioneering Mr David Carter was in Sunday and told us that they were sawing lots of stone v Henry Owens of Livingston spent Friday night with Mr and Mrs Joe PO nter Mrs Essie Painter went to Brodhead Saturday to spend a few days with relatives Mr B J Bethurum spent several days this weeK at Crab Orchard Springs vdilrhis wife j Rev f C Carmical wgnt to preachers ville Sunday tOrfill i his regular appointments George McCarthy oftLivingston the expei t climberj was tiii ftown Saturday between trains 1c KA E Herrin was in town Mon 4ay and says his daughter Miss Luna still continues sick Mr A C Towery came in Sun day for Miss lola Proctor who has been visiting relatives here Frank Kirby was able to come to town Saturday last although looking considerably cut down Judge J B fish and Niect Miss IIargefVr Fistii went td Williams burg Saturday to visit relatives Mrs Jas Taylor of Livingston and Miss Annie Owens of Maret burg wer3 in town last Friday Capt WR Dilllou of Livingston aad 1tn fu MOO of5ritf r ere here on legal business Wednesday rfqMrs QfIP Jicksoii- county is liere vTsitriig JierV broth ers Messrs Nealaud Bob Barrett fttwAVehaye a bran uew1Devil justI arrived from Cox BrpsfJ his name iToni and isgo dna ured arid a lovable dispositton a regular ikcraator the only good P vil we tiJ 1fiit VjW i I r T t t1 Air and Mrs Rickels of thi- spiicir1spending he week with friends and relatives at Livingston Mr E H Hansel and family returned to Tyrone Sunday where Mr Hansel has a government posi ticM J Mr and Mrs Hugh Miller went to Lancaster Saturday to spend a few days with Mr T S Millers family James Butner and iiterin1aw Mrs John Butner of St Louis its ited relatives here and at Brodneatl this week n n rMrbeen sick for some time doesnt seem to improve very much and is yet a very sick man We received an interesting letter from Mr S S Ball of Suit N C and for want of space we could not publish it till uexwtek Arn Mr and Mrs Dock Stnckywefe f ilJotrLtiiis Monday tnak Jl1gj arrangementsfoi board their son1 John who will enter the caflege here in September i LOCAU t The band boys will play for the Sunday school picnic at Livingston tomorrow The L N will sell round trip tickets to Cincinnati tomorrow night for 175 Mr Hiram Fish had a 50 much cow to die Wednesday from somfe unknown cause DEADFe Hiatt of a highly respected colored family died Sat urday of consumption and was buried Sunday CORRcTroNWer iiI a few copiesof this issue date July 6t when it should have beeh eliatiged to readAugust 2 James the little son of j iuiiand Mrs Allen Burdert fejl ffdin the top of a crib Tuesday bVeakiiig one bone in his left arm Dr Davis was the attendi physician 10000 Capt W R Dillion Livingston has sold his lumber plant at that point tov Robert Thomas of Paris for jffoooar Mr illion retains hislhotelaud store t f The Laurel county Fair will take place Sept ny 12 anrli3 But few fairs in the State surpass the London fair They always give good premiums and have large crowdsDEADMT Stephen Anglin age 96 died Sunday at his home near Orlando Mr Anglin was one ot the oldest citizens in Rock castle county and his death was due to his extreme old age CHEAP RATES The L N will sell tickets to Louisville Aug 2 and 3 limited to Aag 5 at one fate round trip on account of the Louisville and Jefferson county association Fair A and M colored So STATED ToUsWe under stand in case Mr H L Tate gets the nomination R L MbFerron- and bran Clark wiilbeh t de- jtiesaudjf Mr G SuGnniUMSsucr cessfur Tom Nicely a id Dock IJangfo d ilWo1lWIgJi t IN COUN ycPURtV M Mason Andy Mason and Big Jim Arnold were fined i and cost each for being drunk George Johnson was fined 2 50 and cost for failing to work county road and sent 10 jail 5u default of 1lent paYI NOTICE Each voting is entitled to a scholarship preciuctI Vernon Colegiaie 1 the county i51eiYtitled to one i There will be herd at the College chapel on Saturday August 17th 19013 competition examination of applicnt4 for the various scholar shipsforcountyanpreIflctSTjieexanination tcl0Ck a m 1t1 We urgellttllel people of Rockcastle1tlieverygreat importpnce of tinS1euteresbil1- these great opperiamitiestq et an exeducation Send in the boys l and girls to ta1 ttfisexam itfatum IJf I and encorige tli 11 Ili sccuriiig ar- educationj 1t iJ 9thi9OI JiJAS I WHLTUJ CII I R c s rM 2 Lf4 t1 CALL TzaMThere will be a call term of the Rockcastle Circuit Court AugI3 which will last five days DYING Bragg and Miss Lillie Thompson who were visiting their grandmother Mrs W M Poynter received a message Wednesday morning to come home at once their grandmother Mrs Dove Thompson was dying Miss Alza Thorn peoh accompanied them This iue for the first in eighteen months finds the editor away ona pleasure trip purely and nothing else For the last year and a half we have worked hard and stuck close to business so we feel due us and almost necessary that we may be able to to take up the work for the next year with the vene and vigor that is neces say In the next issue we hope to be able to tell our readers some thing of the great western part of our country isIsone of our correspondents that Mr A C Stapp had swindled Mrs Hurt in a land trade We made a full investigation of the facts and we find the statement was an error At the last term of our court it was decided from the evidence of nine witnesses against one that Mr Stapp was right We have always found Mr Stapp an honest up right gentleman and we take pleasure in making this correction BAcK FROM THE PHILIPPINES George Pennington returned from the Philippines Friday last look ing remarkably well In speaking of his journey and stay there he says there was only one thingcon nected with ity that be did not enjoy and that was the trip across the waters He belonged to Co A 31St Regiment and was stationed on the Island of Mindanao which is iqoo miles south of Manila He says the inhabitarrts of thIS island are a very inferior race ot people to the Filipino They never work but little only to raise small patches of rice and live on that and fish alone Each tribe has their chief similar to the Indians in this country who is called The Peang Their principal weapon is the Balo a knife from 26 to 30 inches long The different tribes often fight among themselves and the victorious one always siezes what few supplies the defeated tribe have tnis being one of the ways the stronger tribes depend on making their living SHERIFFS NOTICE 0To All whom it may Concern Whereas I Henry Catron Shejift1 of Rockcastle county have removed H LTate as beputy- SberifI of this ai g is now no longer authored act in any way as one of thy deputies His removal is in no way to pre vent collecting any taxes that may yet be owing to him for IIreayear 1901 or in any way fromjactingfas such Deputy aSheriff 9f My reasons for rempviug Mr Tate are solely to protect myself and my purty In my judgment I have indulged Mr Tate as one of my deputies longer than any prudent man shou1dThe contract under which I made him my deputy bound him to execute to me each year a good and sufficient bond for the faithful performance of his duties as such1 deputy This year has now more thaw half expired and yet he has not as much as ofFerr ed any bond to me for this year al though I have called on him to do s9and in other respects he has failed to comply with his con an extent Ithatpursue the cdurse that I have takeu for my lwnV6teJfi9J ci 1 flh tJ j I t Mt VernciKy July 29Ch 1901 HEN ynCA RQf vS Ri C iVie publKh t1ie ifefe article signed by Mr HeuryCatrdn sher iff of llockcai flPc6urily and we do 7ejapitr 91 buiness witlithand do 91 withi out UIYl tMc preference or pzr- ualitytoardtauy OUi I r HARRAH FOR IAUREiTwen ty six candidates for the Republican nomination for county offices in Laurel county have taken an oath not to use any money or whisky at their primary on next Vednes day Should any one violate the rule the committee is to declare those who have received the highest number of votes without the use of whisky or money the nominees of the party Circulars have been sent to the various precincts in the county to notifiy the voters of the agreements and urge upon them to report any violations Now let them go to work and nominate sob er and able Judge W L Brown and all will be well in Laurel as 14 3 ORLANDO O = MjliS SligSexton wasJn Mtv Vernon Thursday 4 h J Ji 1f4 Win Masonhas aMfvefy sick child at this time J We had some rain Sunday that was very badly needed Henry Clark is loading several cars of tan bark at this place W D Laswell is moving along nicely with the Macidona school G ftI Ballard was in town shak ing hands with the b o y F Wednes day Larkin MulHns and wife have returned from an extended visit to Madissn county Mrs A A Ball who has been sick for some time is greatly im proved almost well again The Diamond Drill used in pros pecting for coal is in the shop at Richmond undergoing repairs A J Wood the new postmaster has moved the post office to his store on north side of Railroad Wm Porter vhob been visiting his brother Lee Porter at this place ha returned toHiKis home at Bcuge if i V GeTs Griffiniiwas dowm Thu day feeling ofpublic seutimeut4si pulse to see how he was progressing in the sheriffs race 4 A Uncle Nick Mullins has been in the poultry business for years and has tried all remedies for cholera and this year he is just waiting for his chickens to die and carrying them away one by one Just a few warwhoops auc a war club or two flourished in the air brought Deputy Sheriff Langford to the scene of action and in a few moments he was master of cere monies and everybody breathed easierThe weather has cooled off cpi siderably and we are thankfulV to report no deaths from neat the reports of prostrations and deaths from the cities gave us some un easiness v ro1 Uncle Stephen Anglin died Mon day lat at thet t1Om of his son Joel nglinr Uncle Stephen was mhislg6 year and had lived here for more than 60 years Was a blacksmith by trade wellknown in this arid adjoining counties and respected by all r A Gallon cf PURE LINSEBD OIL raised with a gallon of zioIiH8dTsnakes Ju the voKin CtJltMlot yonrjxiint bill Is FAn ArocK DCBADLE thaa LKD end is ABsoiiTrrniy NOT Pot eoxous HAYIARPAI l Is made of the mtsv or 8afntersusoandsaix any boy can dOt Jtiatho COMMONSENSE OF HOUSE PAINT Ko BETTER paint ebe ado tAW tr ri VOT TO Otwic BMSrrtk PESI or nejJLUuu1tE Soi4iand Kumnteedtbyrt 1 Tfffl WBSLE r 4U Z = tjsITn ill In I i t = lj lenirt i CRHUFRITHSiTBRODHBAD KENTUCKY CQjfiE today COME tomor row COME But for your anytmelt tere t be sure to come DONT BUY FROM US until prelferibuyWe will save You Time and Money Can goods 33C2 lb Rolled Oats Sc l Big Bargains in CLOTHINC SHOES jj HATS DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS We M You On Top By Ming You at fehe BoMDffl1BETTERGOODS AT LOWER PRICES THAN YOU CAN GET ELSEWHERE bottle Only =IIt Will fay to jtfter Them LOW Prices HIgh CORRECTED EACH WEEK By H FRITH Arbuckles Coffee v 1254C Lion Coffee I2C Good Green Coffee ice to r234C Flour per bbl 440 Belle t 400 Plain Family p300 Granulated Sugar i6 lbs too Light Brown Sugar its Syrups per gallon 300 Cakes of D Boone Soap ice Coal Oil best per gallon i8c Calico best Grades 50 wILL PAY IGHEST price COUNTRY PRO CANT Afford TO PaintTHE man who says that forgets that painting properly done is economy and the fact is he cant afford NOT to paipt i HOW often you require to paint is largely dependent upon the paint you use The Sherman Williams paint last others They are the most economical paints you can use because they cover most and wear longest Add to this their good appearance and you have perfect paintsTHE SHEARMAN WIL LIAMS PAINTS They are made for many different kinds of painting Whatever it is you want to painta house or anything in or out of thej house we make the right paint for that particular purppsenot one slapdash mixture for all SSOLD BY C H FRITH BRODHEAD KY THE AMERICAN INVESTMENT COIfffflV Incorporated CAPITAL STOCK 25000 00 fte JIVE SURPLUS 125 0000A- iiiUMT COUPON 200000 05- Addressall correspondence HOME OFFICEec KY GOOD TERMS TO FIRST CLASS AGENTS rIGo To A BRYANTSFOR If Staple and Fancy Groceries Dry Spojcls nlviv I1iuulhUI and Notions Boots and rthocs and all goods found in a general store JUST by the Depot MT VERNON KY cq3cpt tJ icxi- 6THANNUAL ii r FAIROF THE e tywijjj v 4V j I Fair AssocaHEm WILL BE HELD U WTHE R GRtUNDS tT Bro dhead1 t KY OlS and Wednesday Friday Tliursday r T August 21 22 and 23 1901 n VrJK ONE Fare for the fRouudRrlp From iJlpoints ou hc t JSI Railroad 1iG IWT REAT improvements are being made and every convenience that will insure you three days or enjoyment HE shade on the Grounds are better ICEWATER free on- Gronuds perfectorder will lit preserved and care taken to make this Fair one of the beat iu the of the Asso sociation CO ME and spend three days vith us and learn that Rockcastle county is coining to the fIont in J stock raising and all other industries il 38f pcggDBCggS t r f I OnJk50 Ct f 1 ptO m41e your bs trt ad well A fifty cent of J I Scotts Ernidsio Will n sidr 77r t t j plump zoJlqM it one cents JPX thInk oft Its as nice as creniS- cndc f lor o nnfl tJit SCOTT fc IJ9WSgChetuht 40 J5EeflSttectt Nciy Ycirk and11oo all dnigits jJ Old Avew5xnpQrs at this office ceul v cr liiitidre4 You Run aiid Qualities I C 1234- CXXXXCoffee N S l Fiour Mt Flour 17 too 7 out PAID HOLDERS to f LEXINGTON v v I t J r r prulitable history Agriculture SC FRANKLIN WATCHMAKER MT VERNON KY DO all kinds repairing gold and silver soldering neatly done rings cut fit Eyes tested and glasses I fitted tGall at my hopat Wesleys i drugstore aiid have your wok i neatly doIe3t reason ahV t prie b S9 3ltr F JJfQPllfJ rr i 1 r t 4 o I iN1 1T2F INON TO TH E I FRUJ r lwryjr 1 f f r4 t MO NEYTALKS But Now Prices Shriek at H j3UK h CX o AjLJjrA IVl S CHIPSk Good Are Still flying from the Original Prices and many are tip Bargains that mill briirg yc5u backagain again and akaini as it comes to us so it goes to you a Bargain Old Reliable in Quality ft Up to the Minute in Style SUITS fit for a Fiercev almost within the reach ofa pauper VE safe not the dumping placefor the wholesale tmdevbut our goods are picked by us UptoDate and Fashionable = HOME MARKETS Corrected each week by Houk r Adams Mt Vernon Ky Arbuckles Coffee I234C Lion Coffee i24cO- recnCoffee 10 I2f CI4CI5CI61c Flour No i per barrel 450a Belle of Lincoln per brl 400 Daisy flour per barrel 425 Labeile flour 450 Dry sat meat per Ib 090 Couitrymeat smoked ire 5Cltaf Soap 3 cakes Rice NO1 per lb Granulated Sugar per lb HTJtra Light Brown Sugar lb 7thct tJprup Caramel gal bucket Shipstuff per hundred Calico all the best brands 5c i Calico all cheap grades 50 under J Qau goods S yc Clothing suits 2 50c to 1250 Lard i ic in small lots IOCts in 50 Ib lots or more Millet hay on hand J Eggs per doz 8j3c Feathers per lb 40 Coal oilI 10 150 10 lbs deg soda 150 t1 Ii Watch our next I r you will find a and r fact find and simply cutting a excellent soldwrappers of cattle are dying Warren county sunstroke of ponds are being by the heat WEAR MASK her beauty hidden by blotches she Bucklens Arnia j3alce Then they vanished will a1l Eriptiol1sFever Sores Boils Ulcers Felons its InfalHfjle fbrCuts Corns Burn aSs and Piles Cure Poor bilrI Latelystarved be could not digest his foo6 Early of Dr Kings oiia4ave saved him strew xlen the aid diges tiP 1 i tp Price 75c n t satisfied Sold by all iuir ff x5la9r ry f f L t Striking Feature stock Dry Cloth Fine Shirts Neckwear Hats Caps Boots and Shoes article new stylIshand at ices that will astonish you f Our Store is a Wonder the to will see new stylesadcled to our all money opportunities ourdetermination that sales and small Our predominates tOf FE IS A LONGYNALK and a good easy Shoe will help to make way little r a for a part of the journey r Mens Shoes from i 3 759 suit all trade MENSVSHiRTS Tflhlp Lfronl20cts per Everything to a and look and get the store are groaning the Mens and Boys To Suit 2 50 up to 12 50 to Jtir for farm AJ LION COFFEE i A LUXURY WITHIN REACH ALLV advertisement Ii TaWe oonful Cup THE RULE FOR BUfOFATIBLESPOONFULOF Lion Coffeewill you than a tablespoonful of any kind Here you save USE LION COFFEE I upon it COFFEE- is and not a cc Ve with egg in to hide imperfections i i In every of LION fully descriptive list No in no woman man boy or girl will fail to in the list some article which to their and which they have by out of Lion Heads from the of our one sealed which is the only form in which this coffee is SPICE CO TOLEDO OHIO ir from and thousands fish in SIIEDIDNT A But was completely sores and pimples till used as Carbiicles and from use guaranteed 250 at all druggists JAv in causb9 use New Life Pilis The promote assimilation improve p tire Moneybak rSfeuvVt iJi Aring Every people list saving because qnick profits smoother 25 to to the Suits IS is pure or or 0 days 6 5 days 204S davs u3 days days lir l pg i r S anti ficld 11 4 dati s 73 12 r I i1r Ir 4 3 tla 3 r t j and pit f time Q and q i i j j dt j i I Ihe of I pi to all at r tb not go at these to oOctg yard dress table pick of the our under loads Fair das all and of will go you AGENTS kinds Machines HORSE Brand Fertilizer THE OF 1 to a MAKING COITEE give stronger coffee other money Always insist IONwhich glazed coated mixtures order package COFFEE illustrated will contribute happiness comfort convenience may certain number pound packages WOOLSON Hundreds pastures killed IONATRE London stomach Come KENTUCKY FAIR DATES July 313 days July 3z4 days Danville August 64August days Lawrenceburg August 204Columbia August days hepherdsville August 204BaQrange August August 274 days 3Sclay 104 Green September i05dni Glasgow 184 days tLpuisville Interstate September days 4dijysIllLMnioii September jBrrKlhead Augtist 2rL fcirake the SIGNAL allthee friiinrHli county Sttte COIHGAWAYT5CHOOL ThezVa1aesaMe Goods and Notions and view large Stock select from and Motto least You FROM 25cts 150 you need shirtless figures shelves Over pants jackets assortment sizes that cheap DEERING Harvesting where getting absolutely chemicals housekeeper Hustonville Cynthiana Madisonville Snelbyville tardstowii September Jviizabethtown September September September JJdaVR September Immense COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURTFourth Mon day in each month- QUARTERLY COURT Fiist Monday in January April July and OctoberCIRCUIT CUUp rSecond Mon day in February Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in Sep temberMT VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month L O T ML Mt Vernon Hiver No 24HMT VERNON KY B MEETS Every Tuesday 1st and 3rd week 230 and 4th week 730 p m Mrs NANNIE ALBRIGHT LADY COM Miss BESSIE M HOUK LADY REC KEEP K 0 TSMI VerJloJl TeJltJt l21 MT VERNON KY MEETS every ist and 3rd Mon ci day in each mouth 730 pi m GEO S GRIFFIN COM ARCH FURNISH REC KEEP Big FourB- UFFALO ROUTE T- OPANAMERICAN EXPOSITION t I1901J Bh S1 L NEVVV r TO Indianapolis j Peoria and j Chicago INFOKMATION cheerfully fur CityTicketrOffice Fou RTH AvtekuE or write to s ATES1euetal tOUIsytLLX iCY Old newspapers for sale at this office 25 ctH pet hundred j r All Kinds of Jewelry riot the common inferior grade but nice select lot every piece carrying a iepuarantee Hardwaren all down to a small margin of profit II Great Quantities fromM To Country Friends re 1Cdme in and see us when town 11fhjg ypur pro will be satisfaction ofuself and US who will ever try show an appreciation of your patronage ADAMSIStreet Mt Vernonf Kf all implements SHOE pm2nd Phone No 25 2v R Insurance of all the Signa 111office Mt M L MYERS DENTISTMT VERNON KY OFFICEAt the Rice property PHONE No 38 t P A Pennington D D S M D DENTST- N W Cor Third and Chestnut Sts LOUISVILLE KY Will be at Miller Houst Mt ernbn during Circuit Courts RA JONES DENTIST STANFORD KY Phone JSTo 48 4 i Jptv Office over Higgins McKenney s Store R G Williams AttorneYMat MT KY OFFICE on Church StOpposite Court House R L BROWN ATTORNEYATLAW- MT VERNON KEFTUCKY J OFFICE Up stairs in old brick hotel opposite Court house Special attention lectionsV given to col 1lt GG Williams ttorneYat Law MT VERNON itY eFFICE On 2nd floor i f The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church street Special attention given to collections G MCCIUR J W BROWN f CLUU BROWN Attorneyat Laver MT VKXKOX KY fl All buylne ntrJIudtQ our rare- will receive prompt attention Oflj etOQOINoJ in the old Brick HotEl W fy t I to Tinware Saddles Harness all Kinds collarpads saddle blankets marked China andUeenfi ware Stopewarer c to select Our in to to to t Main Vernon all Law VERNON W t c Furniture aiic- lUndertaking I A full and complete stock All orders filled promptly Motto Best goods and lowest prices r IJ A Mullirm6 on ISuccessors to Ihuikenship Mullins ENTUCXYi L 44V MULLINS HOTEL Furnished with Every Craven ience ein l Comfort r John Farmer Prop LIVINGSTON RY SAMPLE rooms for Commercial men 1 Miller House HUGH MII LER PROPR ffii Headquarters for i Cornrneirfcial Men J6Porter at all trains sto The Veranda j Hotel JOSEPH COFFEV PROPR Stanford Ky Special1yequipped for traveling 1t men Sample rfjoppnjrst floor iBath rooms jfrfee to guests i RATES 200 per day Hotel Frithr F FRANCISCO Proprr L ciracmoc coJ V Bodhead KY Good Livery Attached Meet all Trains Day and Night traveling Men iud Railroad men Solicited Will fur lunches for all trains fr r IJ gowder d F ncipct MoNUTrL woRMS t Biia Kr t =G Monumenti and a ills Giie5 f ALL NtRK IRST CLASS SAr F crr9Glv fi 3 4 ir