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I r l L 5 ro Stlctr e t i f i 1i t c JJ o11111 tQ re ttiJI l IllJ JDna c raao oyati = ryt c == = =J WlllfIF xV MT VERNON ItO rASrfLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY o8 1902 NUMBE 28 = TELLiWYFRIENDS TO BE BRAVE AKD FEARLESS AND LOYAL TO THE GREAT COMAfON PEOPLE GOOD Money NICE MoneyWe are still CUTT NG and SLAsH I NG prices almost beyond recognition We a e making a CLEAN SWEEP allour winter goods LIKE lLL GOOD Housekeepers we clean house twice a yearir We are cutting prices on everything and ace selling49 perct cheaper CHEAPJOHN lIh e Record Breaking Bargains cannot last very loll We would therefore ml vise you to Come Quick The Most Successful The IVIostReliable The Must Popular Store in Rockcastle COWWAY o W T Voodall was here last week taking up spokes G W Jones was in Berea last Thursday on business Mr John Fowler of Brodhead was here Monday on business IIveryWni Sparks has just arrived from Green Dale and seems much improved E C Branaman and A Knuckels were in Mt Vernon last Thursday on business GIy Wren bought a fine cow and calf from W R Stephens last Mpnda3 prico paid 35 Miss Betsey Siginan and Palina Shockley were here latter part of last week visiting relatives Mr and Mrs G W Jones are the guests of their son W H Jones at Wildie this week Miss Jessie Arnold was here from Scaffold Cane last week and spent a few days with relatives Cal Jordan Perry Todd Bert Stigall and Cit Coffey started to Illinois from here last Mondayt Messrs Moris Keller of Rich mond and P Jones of Paris were here Monday on railroad business Messrs Robert and Charles Rid die were at Whites Station Madi son county last Saturday visiting relatives M H T Wilhelen of hexing ton was here last Tuesday lookiiigI after the lumber trade here e interest of H G Vanarsdel Son Frank Holson purchased a farm from B A Riddle on the headl waters ofRenfroe creek last SaturI day and your correspondent was called to officiate in making the deed BUnclesTodd went to Wildie on the afternoon train last Thursday looking after their interest in a little brown jug that is located at that place v Mrs Jesse Dykes and daughter Mary Lee were in Richmond to see Dr Gibson in regard to Miss Mary Lees illness We are in hopes she will be greatly improve In a short time- CANCER uREDHf Mr W W PricLe tt Smithfield 1111 writes Septioth iigOI had Ybeetisifferitif several years with a cancef on my face which gave daegreat annoyance and un- beaAD1 itchmg ft was using Bal lards Snow Liniment for a sore leg l and lhrouiIJan accident I rubbed some of the liniment on the cancer and as it gave me almost instant relief I decided to continato use the linim slit on the cancer lii a short time the cancer came out my face Healed ifp and there is not the slightest scar left I have implicit faith in theTuerits of this prep ra tin acidltcannot be too highly recommerided 250 soc and Poisaleop by Clids CC Davis 1 BEE LICK o Mrs Lulu Caldwell is on the sick list George Acton who has bEers so low pneumonia is convalescent Mr John Ballard paid Miss I Docia Reynolds a pleasant call last week Josh Wilson sold to ED LauM son of Bryan tsville a milch cow for 32 50 Mr Charley Roggers and wife visited Mrs Mary Herrin of Quail Saturday and Sunday Rev Smith of Flat Lick filled his appointment at the Baptist church Saturday night Mrs Wilson Farris died of measles 011 the20that her daughters Mrs Richard Smith Mr John Hamm of Walnut Grove visited friends at this place the latter part of last week Josh Wilsou delivered at Crab Orchard on the 20th to Anderson and Lawson thirty fat hogs Einmet Luttrell left Monday for Illinois twitch too the regret of a number of the young ladies James Broyles of Plato passed through here Saturday with a bunch ofcattle for Lancaster courtday sales After an absence of several months in Cincinnati Walace Perkins is with his grand mother Mrs Pattie Perkins Messrs John Price and Victor Isaacs of Wood Stock were the pleasant guests of Miss Ethel and Pattie filson last Sunday Mr Thomas Cox of Brodhead and Miss Ellen Thompson a = IImarriedtin OwensC Mr Richard Elder and Miss Brown were married at the father Mr Bryant Brown N last Thursday Rev Martin Owens officiating SAVED HER CHILD LIFE In three weeks our chubby little boy was changed by pneumonia almost to a skeleton writes Mrs W Watkins of Pleasant City 0 A terrible cough set in that in of a good doctors treatment several weeks grew worse ev ery day Ve then iiFed Dr Kings ConsumptionIsoon well We are sure this great med icme saved his life Millions know its the only sure cure for Coughs Colds and all Lung diseases All druggists guarantee satisfaction 50 centsl too rrial bottles free A mountain of arsenic Has been discovered ipa range fifty miles southeast of Tacoma ARE YOU RESTLESS AT NIGHT And harassed by a bad cough Use Ballard Horehound Syrup i will secure you sound sleep and effect a prompt and radical cure 25c5oc aitcLioo bottle at Chas C Davp U G BakerSame Goods For Less Jtoy More Hoods For Same money i JUDGE R G WILLIAMS Who will leave next Monday for Cvin ton to locate for the practice of his professionlaw It is with much regret that Judge Williams leaves Roc cast1e and the many warm friends which he has here but disiring to enter a better field for business has decided to cast his lot with the people of the Kenton county metropolis In his loss Rockcastle looses one of its brainiest young men and one of its most enterprising citizens There is not a man in the county who has worked harder or done more for the up building of the county than he and always showed his earnestness by liberal donations and while county Judge did everything in his power to improve the county morally intelectually and commercially working all the time for the interest of his people and not for a personal gain His principal ambition while Judge was to improve the county roads and this he did to a considerable extent The influ ence wielded for good has been no little bit and his efforts are thor oughly appreciated May success join him in his new field is eJ sincere wish of his many Rockcastle friends t HANSFORD o School is progressing uicely at Blue Spring iiie infant child of Wm Wal len died on the 24th W G Nicely has laid in a com plete stock of general merchandise Little Fannie Kirby the youngest daughter of JW Kirby who has been sick so long IS lib better W G Nicely accompanied his daughter Miss Minnie to Berea where she willattend college for the spring term IVm Rowe the b ywho ad mires the fairer sex so dearly has found comfortlnlinatheinatics since eISprmg Rev James Barns preaches for the people every Wednesday night ofoliti Cummins Gajiger Large audiences good order and good preaching Success lo Bro Barns- t Mrs Rosa Graves who has not been in this vicinity but a short time says she is going to return to Kansas Cityb4 o where llyL QUAIL l ciF o Long was Jn Mt Vernon Monday John W Cash was in Pulaskl this week inSomersetrMonday on business Charlie G Procter was in Mt VernOnrlast Saturday ft W G Proctor sold to W HJ Brown 7 head i75 ft hogs at 5C 1tf F Craig sold to Baker Bros of Pulasjci 9 sheep at 3 per head Henry Sutton sold his farm to Sailin Norton consideration 450 E AlI nin was in Livingston the latter partof last week on buss jj ness r James Sutton was visiting in Preach ersville lest Saturday and Sunday H G Sutton MF andX G Craig attendedcourt in Lancaster Mondayi The spectacle is at present preJ seined of Cuba relieved from Span islttoppresstoiionly to be enslaved by theUSin commerciai bondage Hon zD13 Hill Ladies and Children are Especially Invited To Attend these Great Sales ICRAB ORCHARD u AB Bastin is very sicwith a severe cold Latest news says David Cloycl is not expected to live Born on the iSth to the wife Mr Jeff Holman a ten pound boy Miss Sallie McWhorter has returned from a visit to friends in Mt Vernon Herbert Blakemore a colored boy died here on the 23rd with pneumonia Mesdames Rogers and Hughes are visiting their parents Mr and Mrs Watson Dan Sowder of Indianapolis Ind is visiting his sister Mrs GalenRogers cC Cars mwJ ilas opened a harness and shoe shop here reports business good Mrs O P King and little daught er Katy are visiting her daughter Mrs Andrews at Somerset Miss Mattie Payne has been spending a few days at Brodhead with her sister Mrs Dr Burdette Miss Alice Green has returned from a two weeks visit to Moreland where she had a pleasant time with friends J J Brooks who sold out his drugstore to Campbell Pettus is in Frankfort prospecting witha view to going into business there iias returned Qfromwith the country He expects toT locate there some time in the near future t Alice Fish has returned shetwent11 Black She reports her ister very muck improved Mrs M E Borders who has been inTexas for the last year has returned to Crab Orchard to reside and is making her home with Mrs Tatbin She1ftTexa about the 15th and says iwas very cold at that time- Maurice and Roscoe Perkins are delighted with Arizona and say the country is so beautiful with its tall green waving palms and the climate so delightful that they seem to have alighted in paradise Oranges and pepper trees growing I 1beennc1elJas23st She was called to Rowland the same d to the bedside of her father David Cloyd who is very inwith pneumonia BUCKLENS AINICA SALVE The best and most famous com- pOund m the world to conquer aches and Jdll pains Cures puts heals Burnsancl Bruises subdues Inflam motion masters Piles Milions oft BoxessoldearlY Works wonders ii Boils Ulcers Felons Skin Erupt trots 4t curses or no pay 25cat an flagglsts drug store 1 GOdCHL Mr S Dasble w VV non last week Mr Grant Ab Bottom was her Sbfrecently Mr and Mrs were visiting Mr1 The U S offi week to serve s H Clark Mr W H ping with hi McGuire John M ni but we think It sed the right roa Yours rued home from a pi to the Blue grass last Miss use went to ViI die SUD stay with Mrs Lewis IIccGuire I trading Monday Mr Parkie Scott of Climax was sot unjortunsfe as to lose his dwellingby fire last Friday Mr Frank Morris from Middle Fork wasAhere the latter part of last week to see his best girl I The Jackson county Sheriff sold- a span of mules wagon and harness under an execution and was bought in by J Clark and James Moris at S7He also had Mr J W Jones under arrest for appro priating the belongings of some else tp Louisville IrishAmericans will celebrate Rosen Lrnmehs anniver sary Marcli 44th ina proper man ner IC fl CIJ N 11- Recommends NervineThe above portrait is that of Countess Mogelstud of Chica go Ill whose gratitude for the benefit received from the use of Dr Miles Nervine prompted her to make this statement It affords me great pleasure Jo add to the excellent rmerits of Dr1IilesNervine Although am past So years ofale I fin it soothes the tired quiets the irritated nerves and insures restful sleep I never feel contented without a of it latheyoursCttRlsnn Countess Mogclstud I I MilestNervine IIis a nerve tonic and strengthSbuilder that starts right in restoring health immcditeIr Sold by all Druggists Dr Miles Medical Co Etkhart Ind l I a 1tTetriQ1 Sigtlal FRIDAY FElL 2S 1902 Publisfd fotfy Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR lQO Advertising rates made known oapplication THE bad blood that has existed between Senators Tillman and Mc tiurinof S C for several years Culminated in a fistfight between the two men on the floor of the Senate Saturday It was at the close of Mr Tillmans speech I en1 the Philippine tariff bill when Mr J McLaurin said some of the statements therein were malicious and deliberate lies He had no sooner said it than Mr Tillman struck him and the two men clinch ed in regular oldfashioned rough andtumble style and fought as hard as they knew how until separated by officials of the Senate while Senators looked on paralyzed with astonishment It is of course a c regrettable affairregretted by Sen anybodyti sameilingblow and when tedas such Mr to the Senate KSiilSv auxinthe Maragaret Nationals V C T U ids and sol hundreds of res of shame- e exhibited a portrait of a 1 Here is teen years a in this wor to an America erican Ztg6vernmen his girl Gild hundred apart i for the greed a erica n soldiers They a nda ge riposa1oakmes cannot descr pity us we the highest typ ilizu 2 tion for dragging down the Filipino women Shame shame PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT with- drewr the invitation to Senator Tilman of South Carolina to at h tend the dinner given at the Whit House in honor of Prince Henry giving as his reasons for so doing that the presence of Senator Till tan because his contempt pro ceedings iri the Senate would be not only an affront to the Senate but a discourtesy to our Roya- visitor If the President thinks i sticlia disgrace to resent a lie he had better take down his sign OLD HICKORY CHIPS o By Our Associate Editor Senator McLaurin now knows that it is dangerous to call Senator floorTof ibt Senate Neer Yorl occulists are doing a land ofjfice business treating the eyes that were strained looking for the Prince Royal fever is raging among the New York and Washington toadies andrapidly spreading among the species elsewhere If Tammany was in control of the town it would be charged with resPonsibility for New Yorks latest hotel fire horror GOV Stanley of Kans has shred his castor biro je Senatorial rjngyandev f4i others ate pre pa Ug to doa likewise Under ordinary circumstances 4uo man as blamable forstri bng the man who calls him a iiarrbut re spcct for his surroundings should have with held the blows given Senator 1wIcLurinby Senator Till luau VHr Roosevelts order to Attorney rGeural Jnox to roGeedf against the big Western railroad trust was doubtless issued on the theory that k bluff is asgtiood asa royal flush if you can ihake it stick t r t o Cleveland Will not lose jyIMr for declining to attend that House dinner to Prince Henry The most unpleasant part of the Miss Stone episode will be when she takes the lecture platform to talk about her kidnaping captivity and release at so many plunks a talkPerhaps the hales around the heads of the New York reformers are setting things on fire in the big town which has been having more than the usual number of fires of late Mr Roosevelt scratched Senator Tillmans name from the list of guests to the Prince Henry dinner for doing precisely what he would have done under the same circum stancesWonder what sort of a talk Mr Roosevelt gave the member of J Pierpont Morgans firm who called at the White House to see about those proceedings against the rail road trust King Leopold of Belgium may have had the report that he was coming to the U S contradicted for fear of lessening the adulation Prince Henry is getting The laboring of the republican mountain on the Cuban tariff ques tion has brought forth a mouse in the shape of an offer of a 20 per cent reduction if Cuba willenact the U S immigration laws The Inter trust company is the newest Its nominal object is to controle chain of banks through coursetthose banks will controleverything in their vicinity that they can get under financial obligations to them Boston wants to entertain Schley on Evacuation Day March 17 and about every city in the country wants to entertain him at apy time that may suit his convenience Still Mr Roosevelt pretends to believe that his unjust decision has settled the case It is difficult to reconcile the statements of some men with thei actions Secretary Long says he is going to leave the Cabinet becaus her is tired ofpubhctilifehei after one of the prospective vacancies on the bench of the Supreme Court The explanation may b found in the fact that the latter jo carries a life salary Senator Beveridge talks as though he were inclined to join the Babcock tariff reformers He calls ethe opposition to changes jji the tariff laws the hysteria of precedent JJ and says that no system of taxation is sacred JJIf he isnt careful the high tariff worshippers will read him out of the party In denying the immutabil admittingting republican doctrines pretty hard HIATT The little son of Mr and Mrs Orus Bower is quite ill Mr Cash Hiatt and wife are vis iting relatives at Danville Burdett Chestnut who has been sick lor some days is recuperating Miss Singleton of Livingston is visiting her mother Mrs Lucy Roberts Miss Cora Lear daughter of J M Lear is visiting relatives at Rowland Mr H C Jones bought of Joe Roberts his farm near Renfro Creek for X300 Mr H J Smith went to Preach ersville on business Friday andr returned Saturday Mer srs Albert Hiatt and Pmos Smith spent Sunday with their best girls at rodhead Mr Victor Tate one of Mtj viSitIingTatle Miss Ida Park erson who has been attending school at Berea has returned home on account of tLIillness of her mother Mr Ed Smith who has been employed as brakeman by the L N R R Co JOT soma months has returnedwitlibis family and says JThere is no place like horffeV lP PINE HILL o Mr and Mrs Jas Meaddows aud their two children visited Mr Wm Meadows at Livingston Saturday and Sunday lastMiss Judith Sympson spent Sunday with horn folksMrrJolIn McFerron andj George Wolf were out from Viva Ky this weekMiss Finnic Lunce returned home from a long and pleasant visit to her brother at Pittsbiirg Miss Margaret Cox has gone toEast Bernstadt to stay with her sister until next 1merMrE- lijah McHargue and John Poteet left last Monday for Black Mountain Va to stay an indefinite length of tune In the loss ot Mr McHargue the C E Society lost their Treasurer and one of their best membersMr Frank Prew Ute of Pittsburg Is here this weekMrs Willard Rose of East Bernstadt is visiting her grand parents Mr aud Mrs Geo Doan Pine Hill is getting to be the fa vorite place for trains to stop instead of Livingston as was their custom Mr John Proctor still continues very illThe tresin has sounded for good roads and Pine Hill as is her wont falls into line Main street crossing the State road has the first bit of Macadamized pike in our section of the county and as the small precocious boy said about this place some years ago when the Pike family which is a legion fired here There area Pikes without number but no good roads JJLet each one rise to the occasijn and take up the good work and leave something fori which posterity will bless generation VVILDIc 0 W A Hammond was down from Disputanta Monday J J Wood was in Me Vernon Monday and Tuesday J H Clark was over from Goo laud first of the week Old man Ike Phillips is very low LrT Stewart was down at Livingston Tuesday and Wednesday T J uSS S3 went toy MuUII1 Stattoli Tuesda eveningBogie Phillips was in Cincinnati first ot the week sickefilledbappointment ay and Sunday We had four preachers with us Saturday and Sunday Rev J W Masters delivered a fine lec ture here Saturday evening in op position to the iquor traffic Prof Phillips was up from Hummel Tuesday evening =H H Wood has sod his fine Saddle horse Prince to J Wood price paid n65ooThere are lots of cattle changing hands in this neighbor hoodIt is papa Lewis nov Misses Delora and Minnie Fish were visiting relatives in Berea this weekJ H Smith went to Whites Station Wednesday Mr and Mrs G W Jones were down from Conway first of the week G CURED CONSUMPTION Mrs B W Evans Clearwater Kail writes My husband lay sick for three months the doctors stated he had quick consumption We procured a bottle of Ball uds Horehound Syrup and it cured him That was six years ago and since then we always kept a bottle in the house We cannot do with out it For coughs aud colds it has no equal 250 5ocandi60 bottle at Chas C Davis v POLITICS and POLITICIANS o Senator Whiteheads bill to al low women to vote in Presidential elections was defeated by a vote of 23 to 7- The position of First Assistant Postmaster General hasV been tendered Harvey S New of Indian apolis MIIdON5 PUT To WORK The wonderful activity bf the new century is shown by an enor mousdemand for the worlds best LiJePinsHeadache Biliousness or any trouble of Stomach Liver or Kidney theyje unrivaled Only 250 at all druggists Drugstore 1 Lu WARD A J Norton continues to do aI splendid business G W Decker sold to the Ken lucky Lumber Co Several hundred nice lugs W M Sommer will bring his lastiof the month With the farm work and various enterprises it looks as it we might have a scarcity of hands in this section Busiuess has been very dull here badfthing doing Buck Varnon has promised to pay us a visit about the time fish begin to bits and do the Ike Walton act for a week or so and we may rely upon his vast expe rienoe to devise some scheme by which the work may do itself There are 500 cases on the docket of the Christian Circuit Cour which penedat Hopkinsville last Mon day 8astt k r j yourjellythe old fashioned way Seal thong by the new quick absolutely sure vray PureIteanedParallino s no tanto or odor Is Ii air tight and acid nppllcdUseful ways about the house f Full directions with each cako Bold everywhere undo by STANDARD OIL WEAK AND LOWSPIRITED A Correspondent Thus Describes His ExperienceI Iy recommend Herbine as a medicine of remark able efficacy for indigestion los ofappetite sour tast in the mcuth palpitation headache drowsmes after meals with distressing menu depressions aud low spirits Hex nine must be a unique prsparotios for ca es such as mine for a teeti doses entirely removed my com plaint I wonder at people going on suffering or spending then money on orthless things whet Herbine is procurable and = sa cheap JIsac a bottle at Chas l DavisCASTOR For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of by A POINTER FOR INVENTORS 0If you wish your patent business properly and promptly done send it to SWIFT CO PATENT LAWYERS opposite U S Patent Office Washington D CThey have no dissatisfied clients Write them for their confidential letter a postal card will bripg itand it may be worth money to you See their advertisement elsewhere in this paper PitY Whether YOUkVLEVV OR DIE The best proposition in Lift Insurance that combines also featureiisEndowment Bond of 1INSURANCE COMPANYVOF KENTUCKY It appeals particularly to men of liberal incomes and spendthrift habits to provide against the time of want which may come to themselves before deathor their families after Come and see us JVedSPECIAL AGENT tA TRUST BUILDINGf RICHMOND Ky Miss ELLKX E IJUTNER js tiktriGtA ntSit Teiriion Kentucky- r pRE YOU DEAF J1J g I P4tLISVES I ALL CASES O- FHARDDEAFNESS OR HEARINC ARE Fc1W CURABLE by our new invention Only those born deaf are HEAD NOISES CEASE F A YERWJAN OF BALTIMORE SAYS 1301Gentlemenyou a full history of niv cat to he wcdrt vour ciiscrcttoii About years ayo my right ear began to sing end this kept on setting wore until I lost any hearing in this car entirely I underwent a treatment or catarrh for three months without say success consulted a num berof physicians among others the mot eminent car specialist of this city who told me that only an operation could help me and even that only temporarily that the head noises would then cease but the hearing in the affected car would t I then saw your adxcrtisemcnt accidemally inaNcw York and ordered your treat ment After I had used it only a few days according to your direction the noises ceased and today after five weeks nw hearini in the diseased car been entirely restored I thank you heartily and beg to remaiticry truly your F A ERMAX 730 S Broadway Baltimore d- dour treatment does not interfere with iour usual occupation cost HOMEUINTERNAPO ILL I Dont pay two extra profits when you bay carriages and harness Deal with the factory Get our lowest wholesale rates Our system zt selling direct to customers is saving thousands ofdollars to carriage buyers in every corner of the country We quote the same ratis to you that we would give the largest wholesale jobber and we ofibr you an assortment to choose from such na no other dealer can show With every purchase we give the broadest guarantee If it lanolin every way satisfactory you can return the vehicle tn n nDlI we will nay Ihnhnmw tnlI jcm nbou Sawe two Proffils equipmentswritedescribe the buglers surreys phaetons etc that have made our factory famous for their high grade Dont wait until your need is more pressing write today and have the catalogue by you for future use THE COLUMBUS CARRIAGE S HARNESS CO Iwith1Dieke Pills liverIcontinual and increasing doses to attain dthe results r TllEAJ incurab- leMMEflIATELY1 nominal f J IIIacts on liver cures theI and Fever and every form Ii Malarial Bilious Remitting and r mitting Fevers and by going to the seat InterI trouble works permanent cure FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLEJ Kentucky Greatest NewspaperDa- ily One Year 312 Copies BY MAIL at a rate LESS THAN IC A DAY r IThe Biggest Brightest and Best Para In theScuthfrom 10016 naves Laity20 and 24 naves on saturday SOMETHING EEA of the Worlds Almanac Encyclopedia 1902 edltirn at a ICUre ASTHMA CURE FREE 1 A 3T H M A L E N E BRINGS INSTANT And Permanent Cure In All Cases RELIEFI SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF CHAINED THERE is nothing like Asthmalene in FOR TEN even in the worst cases It cure YEARSwhen all else falls 1 saysYourcondition I cannot tell you how thankful I feel fm chainedjJ I yelnsItisement for the cure of this dreadful and tormenting oerspokeDI Sendiu i 7 HMAIwt even on a postal Never mind iSM ii e ou re despairing however bad your case ASTHMALEN ill rciure inrl cure The worse your case the more glad we are t c Il TAFIW V v JTtrists GO 00 JONAS MCKENZIEIt MT VERNON KY for Everything in J 111 yHHts Clothing Boots and Shoes ana Genera N v Merchandise VV t E t13FSx GOpDS AT GOES P tGEs rrr- Kit Mt Vernon Signal V RN N Ky Fill ZS t 902 f I Lou 8VUt A NASHVKLC R B C0 TIME TABLE 24north uo5a m 26 north 112 a m 23 south 200 p n 25 South h 148 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Bntertdattb Set Vcrnwa Hy P t oficc aa Bit end claee man mutter MASONIC Ashland Lodge No 640 meets 2nd Satur day 10 A m seitT VERNON R A CHAPTER Xo 140 MEETS every FOURTH MONDAY at a p in CHURCHES Christian Hold itrrioec let A Sri Sunday it 11am and at 650 pm PresbyteriaaHolds eervicei on the 2nd and 4th Sunday morning and evening Baptist ChurchServices en the Second Saturday night and Sunday Sunday School at 9 a m every Sunday Prayer netting on Tuesday nights- PERSONALS 0 Mrs Clco Brown is with home folks Wix Dillion was up from Living ston yesterday Mr James Maret went to Lan aster Sunday Mrs A E Ewers has been quite sick this week Emmet Treudway left Vednes day for Missouri Judge G W McClure is very poorly this week Mrs P D Colyer is visiting friends here this week Miss Vira Debord was in yester day having some teeth filled Cashier W L Richards was in Livingston Saturday afternoon Miss Janie Wilson of Owsley county is the guest of Mrs W A Cox Miss Dora Hatcher of Hazel Patch visited friends here this week Miss Mattie McFerron was the guest of relatives here the first of the week Miss Emma Pennington was the guest of friends in Livingston this WeekMrs W J Rider and Master C Louis Miller went to Louisville yesterday Miss Ella Joplin gave a dinner Wednesday evening in honor of a few of her friends Mr J Henry Fish spent a few days in the Falls City this week buying new goods Miss Lou Anna Whitehead is visiting her cousins the Misses McCall at Maretburg Messrs J W and U G Baker went to Louisville Monday to lay in their spring stocks Mrs W F Champ of Paint Lick is visiting her parents Mr a and Mrs G W McClure Mr E M Denny of Verona Mo in remitting for the SIGNAL says Keep it coming we cant do without it Mrs Emma Fish and daughter Miss Margaret left Tuesday for Fountain Head Ttnn to visit Mrs Fishs mother Mr W J Rider our clever andI accomodating hotel mam spent several days this week atills old home in Upton Ky Misses Lida Hilton and Clyde Cass and Messrs J Bereing Jr and Cleave Cable came up from Brodhead to attend tIle 22nd exer cises at the College Robert Shepherd age 15 and a grand son of Sam McClure left here last September by himself went to Boston Mass secured nice position and is now back on a Aisit to his grandparents but says he will return to Boston in few days Robert is a man iu every regard except size being rather small to his age His principal ambition is to graduate from Cornell College and with the en i ergy and pluck which be has there 1sno duobt t tit that he will ac com lisp his aim rr lSupl and Mrs G M Ballard Livingston Wednesday afternoon to visit relatives Charley Whitehead came in from Williamsburg Saturday night to spend a few days with homefolks Miss Ella Dunn of Brodbead is at the bedside of her Aunt Mrs J W Cook who continues to im prove Danville Advocate Mrs Cook is very much better and Miss Dunn has returned home Mr and Mrs William Penning ton Mr and Mrs C C Edwards and J D Pennington a brother of Dr M Pennington all of Isaac Jackson county will leave iu a few days for Lewiston Idaho to make their future home LOCALS oC C Williams has been appointed guardian of J A Sutton J6The SIGNAL and Twicea Week CourierJournal one year for i 50 Luther Green has an old 50 cent shinplaster one of the few in ex istence Joe Brown has been appointed guardian of Dora Brown with Peter Shutts and John Thompson- as sureties IMarshal Egbert Wallen brought in John Woodson colored Wednes day andlanded him in jailon a charge of breaking into J N Isons houseACCQUITTEDGill Fredericks charged with the seduction of Susie Owens daughter of John Owens under a promise of marriage was tried Wednesday and acquitted J H Coffey and P L Nash are doing some repairing for Jones Fish on the store room recently purchased from James Houk Mra Fish will open business about April I will pay cash for turkeys 64c- per pound 5c for hens and 6c for good ducks T C JOHNSON feb 2i Brodhead Ky isl WANTED Butcher cattle will pay the highest market price for them delivered at Livingston or Mt Vernon Also fat hogs v JC RIN HART Livingston Ky Judge R G Williams traded his dwelling on Main St now occupied by W J Sparks to his brothel C Williams for his house on old Main street where he now lives The difference was 700 MARRIED Mr Rowlie Pike and Miss Effie Meadows were married the 28th of last October Mr Pike left immediately for Texas where he had a position awaiting himf On yesterday he passed through to Livingston when the announcement was made Mr Pike with his beautiful bride will return to Texas in a few days The new Switch board for the telephone exchange office has ar rived and will be ready for use in few Mr Maret tells usJ that an exchange will be put In at Livingston right away and quite a number ofjptiones will be added at Brodhead however there will be no exchange st that place Just as soon as the exchange is put in at Livingston which will be some time in next month every one hay ing a phone will be allowed to talkanywhere in the county free of charge Phones for residences will be i and business houses r 50 per month DEATHS Elem Garrett whom we reporl ed very low with consumption two weeks ago died Friday at his home in Paris and was burried at Rich mony Saturday MrGarrett had a host of friends ii this county who deplore his death a1Jr Sams living near Marets burg after an illness ofpnlya few days died Friday arr Richard Southards age 69 died Monday of pneumonia fever after an illness of only one week Mr Southards leaves a wife and three childreu Dr Southards Bee Lick being the youngest The burrial took place Tuesday at the Scaggs Creek church hurrying groundr j i i j i i t I RELIGIOUS w There are now ten Unitarian churches in the South It cost 3300000 to convert 5 278 persons in New York last year Nearly all the Baptist churches will observe the Lords supper next SundayThe Rev Fred Grider of Madi son formerly a member of the Legislature is dead Former Governor F M Drake has given 10000 to found Drake College Tokio Japan The Presbyterian Creed Re vision Committee will meet April 9 in Washington D C The Rev Thos Stinnett will preach at the Baptist church every second Saturday and Sunday in each month Mr Sam Lloyd Life Governor of the British and Foreign Bible So ciety is arranging a new transla tion of the New Tstamentbas d on King James translation BRODHEAD o Mrs Tilden Frith is on the sick listMr Perander Hiatt was in town this week Mrs Lou Purcell is in town again this week Mr Acis Hendricksor of East Burnstadt was with us Tuesday Mr George Reynolds left these parts last Monday night for Spring field Ill Master Chester House who has been very sick for some weeks is now better Mr Joshua Boreing is progress ing nicely with his school and hIvery large attendance Bro Pike had a car load of coal shipped from Pine Hill and it went out in about eight hours Miss Jewel Francisco has been on the sick list for a few days but convalescent at this time Mesdames F Francisco and Maud Sprawl spent the day last t Friday with Mrs Wm Francisco Mrs Ezera Shivel is very low atb present and has been for some timeD She is a daughter of Uncle John FlynnMr AlleuBishop and Miss An uie Wallin were made one at the home of the Rev A J Pike last Wednesday Mr George Brooks the gentled man who won one of our best girls e Miss Bettie Wilmott Js at home with his lady this week Mr Larkin Hicks has won the prize in two of the old fiddlers contests and the second prize once He is an expert fiddler Quite a crowd ofour young pea pea load by our teacher Mr Bore ing went to Mt Vernon last Friday night an report a good time The Hon C C Williams of Mt Vernon one of Rockcastles gifted orators and successful attorneysatlaw was with us a few hours last Tuesday Mr Jesse Wallin and Mrs Mary Murry were united in matrimony at the brides home last Friday night at 7 oclock Rev A J Pike officiating Mrs Murrywas the widowed daughter of Mr L B Far Iris the man who lost his mind MrF L Thompson passed through town on Tuesday and said he had made a good horse swapp and had gotten hold of an animal now that he would not trade He accounted for the superiority of the animal because of the man he traded with Mr Shad Devault Miss Sallie Purcell who has been on an extended visit to relatives and friends in Garrard returned home Tuesday accompanied by her niece Miss Lee Stone Miss Stone is the beautiful daughter of Mr Fred Stone of Lancaster and is one of the belles of that cityand is a pleasant young lady The business firm of Frith Dunn has been dissolved by Mr J G Frith selling out to MrR H Hamm and hereafter the firm will be Dunn Hainm or Hamm t Dunn They will do business the old sand and with these two bachelor s behind the xounter it- 7o f I l will certainty be a successful firm Mr Dunn has been with us for few years and has made man friends and is liked by all our peo ple Mr R H Hamm is wet known by all and does not nec h be recommended to the They are both p rfectgent1emenI and we predict success in the mercantile business We are requested to say to the public that their store will be closed next Monday and Tuesday in order to envoice their stock ofI goods after that date they everybody to come and see them in their new relation LIVINGSTON w R B Mullins spent Sunday here Briar CutterStewart was here this weekMrs John Meadows ison the sicklistJ Baker is in the city buying spring goods Armp Broaddus is visiting Mrs W B Dillion Mrs C A Moore is visiting in Loisville this week Hugh Hagan was in Stanford the first of the week Mrs A J Sams was visiting her sons here Wednesday Pat Cook has returnee from a briefvisit to Louisville R M Johnson of Cooksburg was in town Wednesday- G C Smith made a flying trip to Cincinnati last Monday Frof G M Ballard of Mt Vernon is with friends here H J Mullins was here on business the first of the week John McKee of London was here on business Saturday Geo Griffin returned from Jel lico with a sprained shoulder G W Dyehouse will move to Lincoln county in a short time Ral Pike has returned from the West and is visiting friends here Miss Lucy Coffey of Wildie is visiting hsr sister Mrs Miley Pet- it Mrs Hocker of Pittsburg is with daughter Mrs P S McKin y Master George Sambrook is able return to school after a long ill Mr Runyon of London preach sid here Wednesday and Thursday evening Wm Fields came down Wednes to look after his business inter sts here J E Ked Singleton was up it Pitisburg Wednesday selling groceries Miss Emma Pennington of MtIVernon is the guest of Mrs Singleton Scott the little son of Prof W R Dickerson is quite low with pneumonia Uncle John Smith ismaking improvements on his cottages on Second street S J Fish of Louisville was visiting his sister Mrs Joe Rine heart this week Misses Anna and May Braiina man and Mrs Franklin are visiting Mrs Brack Graves W H Burton and family left today for Pineville where they will make their future home Prof Chlldress of Orlando was here to see his brother DrW1 Childress Miss Helenwasnt here We hope to report a wedding next week for when a fellow comes 2500 miles to see his girl a wed ding is sure to follow Mrs Ella Clifford who was visiting Mrs John Magee and broth er Sam Ward returned to Lancaster Harris Crook D M Chenault Wm Oldham and R Freeman all of Richmond were at the River Mans Tuesday and Wednesday L O T MHivewill meet hereafter ou the znd and 4th Thursday evenings at 7P m Installation of officers February 27th Charlie Harris of Middlesboro was here Sunday to see his grands father Uncle Ashley Owens JEIe says it is a mistake about him being killed Sam MorroW pf Somerset arid JC Mullips were here the first oft the week summoning witnesses You neednt colfle here for proof bO sfive dOIEt lOtc white light itjjt w r 4I L4 HOUK ADAMS UITI VERNON KY j 4s HOUK ADAMS 3 HAVE Everything usually handled by all firstclass general merchants any human body can be satisfied in prices and quality H O u K A ID A M s osiery Notions Ties ats gents furnishings uting cloth Oilcloth nlvv too cheap nderwear not to be ndercstimated nobby and stylish inds of goods we cant be under sold 11 goods guaranteed and 11 prices reasonable o not miss these aily opportunitiesI II vail people h uldIens suits to suitIan or boy o come elect andI i1HO1- iK ADAMSL- IVINGSTON Ky LAMPS in all the style and will be sold at almost cost 5S GROCERIES Hardware 3and Queensware Saddks1Bridles Harness 3 collars and hameI We are constantly resew9Ying new arrivals of goods And will supply you very promptly call and leara prices COAL CORNand Hay Agents for Best Brand Fertilizers also all kinds farm tools v Goods delivered in any part Iof town promptly IWhat Do You Want to Buyn 1 you need in our line are well wortbj and should arrest your attention ifyou are J gains Bring us your country produce anjg market price Phone 253 rings H O U K 1Big brio1 J CHAS C DtJSUCCESSOR TO THEO WESIK The Place to Obtain Fres r ALSO Patent MedicinesKindr jPtfumerv StationiJ i C Articles CIGARS AND TOBACCO Paints and Oils t P R ESe R I PTIONS carefully Compounded at alii hours dayor night THE BANK OF MT VERNON i MTVeRNON KY1sOPENED 1900 5 CAPITALSTOCK 16 OOQ C WILLIAMS PRES JAS T ADAMS ViCEPRSS W L RICHARDS CASHIER A B FURNISH ASST CASH DIRECTORSJonas McKenzie Geo Livesay A T Fish FritZ Krueger Rod Perry Vincent Boreing J E Honk j rWe solicit accounts of firms and individuals Careful attest 7 tion is given collections entrusted to us Our friends and patrons are invited to call when in toga DAN NIE OW ENS e UNDERTAKER Caskets Coffins Robes etc l Kept in Stock Orders By Mail Telegraph or Telephone Promptly filled BRODHEAD KENTUCKY WILLIS GRIFFIN Practical Undertl ier and FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Ky Stock Complete HEADQUARTERSFOR IFINEEmbalming done on short notice v Comeatid see me anything 1 have not got can get for you on firsi train thatleave the city RDRJrrb1tllP1411pIl TllledrV t1t t i- t1IDi Miller House V J RIDER PROPR HeadqL1artersI for Commercial Men aePorter at all trains rrhe Veral1da Hotel JOSEPH CpFFEY PROPR Stanfor Ky Specially equipped for traveling wen Sample room on first floor 113Qth rooms free to guests RAlES 200 per day Hotel Frith R I COI4LIER Prupr Located at the Depotm a 7BRODHEAD ISM GOOD LIVERY AT rA CHFD Meet all Trains Day and Night Traveling Meu and Railroad men Solicited will furnish Lunches for all trai- nsuci9Frat Tyree- a L WORKS Ity e Monument S CLASS IVEN New Fas1 1 T- OCOLORAO UTAH PACIFIC COAST In effectSunday May 19th The new train will leave Sc Louis 9ooa m daily the evening train to same points 10 lop in daily Through sleeping car service be tween St Louis San Francisco linthatExcursion tickets now on sale For further information address R T G Matthews T P ft Louisville Pilssr1and Insurance of all kinds ITHE Call at the Sional office Mt Vernon I OUISVlLLE HENDERSON ST LOUIS Ttd1 I DOUBLEB TWEUN r Lc isvillo a dSt a Louis Parlor Cars onDsy TrainsIPullman Buffet Sleepers on For rates ui l furtber iafonnuiiou add rrss LJfRwlNoPiLOulILLE ljt s zTT- Colds tc I had a terrible cold and could hardly breathe I then tried Ayers Cherry Pectoral and it gave me im meuiate relief C Layton Sidell III IWcoughIablyr its first a cold then a cough then bron chitis or pneumonia and at last consumption Coughs always tend downward Stop this- downward tendency by taking Ayers Cherry Pec toral Three sizes 25 SOc 3 All drags53 rConsult your doctor IT he says take it then do as Ie If he tells you not to take it then dont take 4t He knows Leave it with him We are willing J C AYJSU CO LowelUMass 19jIto write for our confidential letter before ap for patent it may be worth money We promptly obtain U S and Foreign PATENTSand TRADE MARKS or return ENTIRE attorneys fee Send model sketch or photo and we send an IMMEDIATE FREE report on patentability We give the best legal service and and our charges are moderate Try us SCOJPatent Opp US Patent Office Washington DC COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURT Fourth Mon day in each month- QUARTERLY COURT Fiist Monday in January April July and October CIRCUIT COURT Second Monday iii February Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in Sep tember MT VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each mouth J = = KOTMMtV- er1uh1lTj1t No1 21 MT VERNON KY MEETS every ist andJrdMon iny in each niouturSo P- TAS m E HOUK COM J J PING REG KEEP RILEY HOUSE F B RILEY Prop LONDON KY- J63rHKADQUARTERS for Com mercial men Good Sample Roo Depote2 oo per day M L M VERSo Dentist MT VERNONKY FIRSTCLASS WORK OFFICEIn the Krueger new brick PHONE No 38 P A Pennington D D S M D DEWT8T N W Cor Third and Chestnut Sts LOUISVILLE KY Will be at Miller House M eruou during all Circuit Courts W11tiamsj MT VERNON KY OFFICE Room 3UP stairs over The Bank of Mt Vern- onWilliamsC C ATTORNEYATLAW KZt of fTh Bank of Mt Vernon on Church reetSpecaal attention given to collections MULL1NS HOTEL1 6 WPURKfeY PROP f LIVINGSTQN KY 1 RATES Ioo PER DAYI Pleasant location every coriven isnne and comfort Hack meets all trains VV Pafronbgeof Railroadand Com mereial meTisolicitedi i v v = r l r rti if ISTocIcand Crop 0Ca ron and Wood bought off Wallace Laswell and H M Fish a number of good steers at a fair price E B Rails old to Chas A Newman of Tennessee 18 mules yearlings past at b8 per head Sharps burg World Minnesota is called the Bread aiid Butter State and rightly too for last year her mills turned out 26620500 barrels of flour and churned butter over 60000000 pounds ofI A bill has been drawn and will be presented to the Legislature of Ohio prohibiting the use of Paris green on growing tobacco A bill for the same purpose is now pending in the Kentucky Legislature Georgetown Court Auctioneer Ben B Peak reports 210 cattle on the market One bunch of feeders of 960 lbs weight sold at 4 78 per cwt one bunch of Soo lbs at 477 yearlings 450 steer calves 17 toj 20 per head heifer calves 12 to 14 plug horses X40 to 65 no mules or sheep on the market GeorgetownTimesThe notes sale of 20 calves at 1825 45 yearlings cts t 4 40 steers 725 lbs at 4J61 cts 20 heifers at 3 I cts a lot of 500 lb calves at 2475 each 15 hogs 200 lbs at 5fctsj 6 steers 900 lbs at 454cts a lot weighing 800 lbs at the same price X4O cattle 600 to 850 lbs at 420 to 425 a lot of hogs at 5 14cts a lot for March delivery at 5 cts FARM FOR SALE 0 A farm consisting of 450 acres located 6 miles west of Mt Ver non known as the H G Sutton farm The abovenamed landwill be divided into three tracts and GoodIand place in Mt Vernon on the Fourth Monday in March 1902 A credit of six months with approved se curity will be given jan 3t H C SUTTON JR The Mt Sterling Advocate thu reports their court day market About 2500 cattle on the market The quality was fairly good Trade was in good shape and sales wer highestIbunch of 22 long yearlings weighing about 800 lbsj 900 to 1000i steers sold at from 425 to 450 Yearlings at from4 25 to 4 50 Heifers at 3 to 434 the latter DesIjCows3 c cows rou oxen atI to 2C J A Ramsey auctioneer reports thesale of M A Grace five miles north of this city on the Paris pike Thursday as largely attended and good prices realized i combined horse brought 132 i eightyearold d work horse brought Too i ten GoImule X34 aged work mule 87 6 i good yearling steers 700Ibs 3610 jerseytsteer calves 5 each grade calves 7 each several fair cows 23 to X31 71 grade ewes with 60 lambs thrown in 3 60 each 4 jSouthdown bUCKS 4 each brnod ItJsi650 each bacon hams 1254 cts sides I L3 i cts shoulders io4 cts imPlelllue A LEGACYOR THE GRIP Is often a rundown system Weakness nervousness lackofapj petite energy and ambition with disordered liver and kidneys often follow an attack of this wretched disease The greatest need then is Electric Bitters the speudid tonic blood purifier and regulator of Stom ache t Liver and Kidneys Thou sands have proved that they won derfully strengthen the nerves build tip the system arid restore to health and good spirits after an attack of Gripll Sl them Only 5pc IerfectatisfactJ01igl1al J anteed fjv all drugsists ffi i J j rto DISPUTANTA =q Master George Payne MS home from Berea College Dr Lewis of Wildie passed throughour vicinity Friday Mrs Margaret Shearer who has been sick for so111et1uleisuo better Mr Sherman S win ford of tins SundayMr Jones Fibbof Wildie was on Clear Creek test week on busi ness There was preaching at Baptist church at East Scaffold Cane Sun day- We were very sorry to hear of the death of Mr John F Rice at Berea Feb lylh Messrs W A Hammond and Jake Simpson went to Mt Vernon Monday on business Miss Nannie Leger of Climax who has been visiting her sister Mrs Martha Anglin has returned home Mr Henry Martin who has been down sick with consumption for severalmonth is not expected to live long G V Owens of Berea has pur chased the home place of the J T Stephens farm and will soon erect a handsome dwelling Mr Will Asbell and little daughter Pearl of Clover Bottom passed through here Friday enroute for Scaffold Cane where Pearlwill spend a few days with her aunt Mrs Laura Jones WABD o Mrs Steve Cash is very sick at this writing Born to the wife of 13F Price on the 23rd a girl The little child of Wm Wallen died on the 23rd Mrs Nancy J Searc3r returned home from a visit to her brother W L Payne at Altamont Mrs R L Bray visited her parents Mr and Mrs Geo Levis y Safurday and Sunday aPsat Freedom Saturday and Sunday There was a good crowd in attendance eThe democratic party should again press to the front the issue of revenue reform The policy of beenbHill iiop filliei r BlightIt is a sad thing to see fine blightIrcst They never do well afterwards but stay small and sickly It is worse to see a blight strike children Good health is the natural right of children But some of them dont get their fights While the rest grow big and strong one stays small and weak Scotts Emulsion can stopI that blight There is no reason why such a child should stay small Scotts Emulsion is a medicine with lots of strength in itthe kindof strcligththiit males things Arrow Scotts Emulsion makes children grow makes them cat iivjakcs then sleep makes them play Give thveak chi daj chance Scotts Emulsion vIll make it catchup with the rest This picture represents the Trade Mark of Scotts Emulsion and is on the wrapper Of every bottle Send for free snmpiz SCOTT nOt E 409 Pearl St New york Soc and rall druggists 1 The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years lias borne the signatnre of Ilas been made raider Ids per Q9Itd supervision since its infuu y vn one to lcccho you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasrjrood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants antI Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age 13 its rjunraiitce it destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrlioea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the rood regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend CEr UliE CAST0R A ALWAYS Bears the Signature of UA11llioIn Use For Over 30 YearsSTHE 77 STREET iWiY t l r 4 q t RtASONS iWHYYou should Course at the D i Mssey eJs CoIegeii tx KY tft 3 A written contract backed by a sI ecinitietout of ron oo is tziv enz a i to place our jsdiatc in post iu s ptyij not Ie+s than f4uu per rs JiatIv p lull trradtiation 1I ird fart tt LouisviHc ii t 5ttd tr iti tdtt io every cett of tutioi paii to if thin troiiirj lied ys t t Cto tt lr Div t tr iH iJ dlt ti JI Pichwe Aijy veteran who contemplates attending the Reunion at Dallas tJ April 22nd to 25th will receive a handsome picture of Robert E Lee and a copy of his farewell address framing if he will send us his name and address and Cener11i and address bf the Camp to which he belongs Your best route to Dallas will be vlVMcmphis Tho Cotton Belt oporatas its own trains two each day from Memphis to Dallas and other Texas cities without change These trains leave Memphis morning and evening after tho arrival of trains via all lines thus offering you close connections and excellent service Psscsjtr aIL la SF nl Passtsyt ssd 11 f4 EM THE TEll IT E WILL e I I essages from Mt Vernon to Wil liams burg Bar bourville Cur bin London Hazel Patch Livingston Tine Hill Brush Creek ildierBrodhead reen i llanford Crab Orchard Stanford Lancaster and all central Kentucky points at low airs eTake the SIGNAL and get all the news all the time from allover county slid State IandSlguaLoffi S l t t i a i ftl its takes Busin LOUISVILLE S C FRANKLINo f WATCHMAKER T MT VERNON KY tO all kinds repairing gold andi silver soldering neatly done rings cnt it Eyes tested and glasses fitted Call at my shop at Chas C Davis drugstore and have your work neatly done et reasonable prices Old newspapers for sale at this office 25 cts fret hundred ir i