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Digital page images are linked to the text file. dd 2W i ir I f r Ir 4 LLiUnniI CttdU j9 l t I fl1ti4tLf t tJ- pa n t VOLUME XV MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY MAY 9 1902 NUMBER 33 TELL MY FRIENDS TO BE BRAVE AND FEARLESS AND LOYAL TO THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE MAY FlyersFOR BUSY BuyersFINEJRON STONE CHINA WARE UnHandled Teas and Saucers 18c Sett 35FancyElnbo3sed e 25cLargeGlass Tumblers loc c OUR BUSINESS IS OUR PRICES TeLL WHY I iTlI MOST SUCCESSFUL THE MOST RELIABLE THE MOST POPULAR STORE IN ROCKCASTLE CONWAY 0Willie Todd is very sick at this writingJ Wood passed through here Sunday JD C Ptillens went to Wildie Saturday Mrs U S Berry is very sck at this writing J H Sigman was out looking over his fine farm Sunday Preaching at the schoolhouse Saturdey night and Sunday- M H Jordan the stock man was out hunting hogs a few days sincedJohn Coffey who moved to Illinois about three years ago Is expected back Mrs J JI Sigman one of the admirors of the SIGNAL and one of its best friends- J M Coffey was out fishing first of the week and caught four large fish and a turtle Mrs Liza Ambrose has gone to Berea to visit her motherinlaw who is very feeble Mesdames D C Pullins and J H Sigmau were over to give Mrs MatCoffey a call Sunday Mr Wm Wren the sawmill man was over from Copper creek fo see J M Nave on business Sun day Mrs Chestnut who recently moved to this place was the gues of Mrsp G Bullins first of the weekMisses Mtrv Ellen and Carrie Isaacs from Copper creek wer visiting Mrs J H Sigman thi week The little daughter of 1LH Jordan was very ill first of th week but is some better at this writingMiss l Bertha Shockley who has been 6iit visiting U S Berry andI James Linville returned e Sunday y Mr and Mrs W B Sigman and wife passed through here Sunday en route toBejea to yisit his moth er and brother Mesdames J H Sigman Annie Coffey and Gertrude Pullens went fishing Saturday afternoon but was not as lucky as Mat Coffey only caugtt one minnow REVEALS A GREAT SECRET It is often asked how such start l ngcuresJthatpu1z1e the bestall physicians are effected by Dr Kings New Discpery for Co sumpton Heres the secret It cuts out the phlegm and germi- fected mucus andlets the lifegiv ing cxygen enrich andvitalize Ithe blood It heals the inflamed cou worn throat and lungs Hard colds and stubborn coughs soon yield to Dr Kings New Discovery the mos t infallible remedy for allThroatl and IJmig diseases Gudranteea ot ties 500 and 100 Trill bottles freest all druggists i I p QUAIL P O A Gentry was in Mt Vernon Saturday Jessie Roberts is a very sick man with appendicitis Mr and Mrs P O Griffin were in Brodhead Monday Brown Wilson bought bout 60 hogs in this pat at 5cts HfamilyMiss Eva Brown has been with relatives at Bee Lick this week Rev D R Gentry filled his reu appointment at Bethel last Sun ay r Benge Parsons Jr left Tuesday for Somerset to go ik on the C jjJwas in this part this week buying stock H G Sutton was visiting relatives at Bee Lick Saturday and SundayRev J L Davis is conducting a meeting at Gooch town Pujaski county this week Bradford Albright who is running hucster wagon was here from Brodhead Saturday Miller Bros who are cutting heading near Maret8ulkare on Sommet this week Daniel Hohiian ofCrab Orchard daysts vicinity j 1 After spending a few days wit relativesin this part Miss Lizzie Orcharsd Elmer Cummins came from Louisville Sunday to spend a few eays with his sisters Mrs Wade Proctor and Mrs Tames H rinIWORLD WIDl REPUTA Whites Cream Vermifuge has achieved a world wide reputation as being the best of all worm de influenceIon as it naturalizes the acidity or sourness of the stomach improves their digestion and assimilation of food strengthens their nervoussyste vigorIgists The democratic party lost- valuable a memberuind thee world an around good fellow in the bests l1se of the word when Congress d Like so many other good f ll man Republican Senators are on the questiongtheir euti i party will be before t close of the Gpngfessibrial cam Paign Crowiiinshield isaflbat and liev country would lose nothingif he remained afloat therest of his a natural life 1 LfrMILLIfERYI= = J thingsinLadiesTrimmed Hats at 500 75Q 850 900 100 and up CAN yourPurcrJases wiSame erllb money JLoreJroods For Same money REFLECTIONS OF THE COM MENCEMENT 0 BY TERRE COIE BARBOURVIILE The Commencement was a greaTsuccess The participants all were at their best ThomPsoIWith ruby lips and jetblack hair Looked fairer than the queenly moon As the recited Out of Tune She told us how we all should be In tune and live in harmony So no discords should smite the fearOf those whq look and see and hear Lyoungiketongue Told us what he had to say deviouswayUNobility gladIIethe power To award to Labor her rightful dower IOur Country and its destiny youseeHowWhen he told us what he thought and knew oneIWhich is ours now by right o birth Ian t the Woof of History i By Mr Chestnut with eyes aflame With pleasure when he sought to show The fire of youth still in his eyes hMgayTeldThat none but his own coin tva spent j For the treasured knowledge which he sought And which by Years of toil was bought I The faculty did he compliment Especially the principal somewhat bent Y By close coufiuemeit toil and care Which have begun to bleach his hair restejestTotakeAnd not to frown but wear a smile The sheepskins when were passed around thme ground hoe esso d see- The v IfhatBut shereached her highUG a toosoon She pitched her tune and octave shigher j st church I And left Miss etcher iuthe lurch But for that they are sweet girls curlhs on me a Although the place I had to sit Was just behind a lady fat Big feathersin her turned up hat Completely did my view obscure S7S T left I was riot sure TiMtvAvhiclvQne with Itivasin love jfikrow he isa tiiriiedovct L So the only thing thats bothering- me I am married dont you see effuseIsnooze heyre sawing wood to fare ybuwell While the writer thinks this life is welluI dont know what but some folks say dayWhenter life Be home at nights with kids and wife And in that sphere he will remain And not sit up nights to catch train So now I bid you one and all Adiu until I come next Fall t ilI10 WITHERS There was preaching at Union SundayMr Mullins was in Livings ton Saturday on business Mr Jones French after an illness is able to be out and about MissLula Jennings of this place was in Livingston Saturday Mr William Jennings was in hris best girl Mssdames Sarah and Eliza Mul lius were the guests of Mrs Snolie Durham Sunday William Burnett drummer from near Summerset passed through our place Monday Mr Wm Tankersley and Missi ary Jennings of Livingston attended church at Union Sunday sMiss Geneva Daugherty whoa has been with friends near Livings ton for some time returned home Sund yIGum Sulphur 0tBroW M Gibbs of Brodhead will preach here next Saturday r H E W Baker made a hasty visit to Crab Orchard on Mond YlastvJohn Allen and wife of a ters ville were visiting relatives here this week Mr Calvin Bodkins son Porterl who bas typhoid fever is slowly improving George Roberts has finished planting corn and Henry King will soon be through CURES WHEN DOCTORS FAILs Mrs Frank Chiasson Patter 11son La writes June 8th 1901 I had malaria fever in very bad form was under treatment b- doctors but as soon as I stopped taking their medicine the fever would return I used a sample bottle of Herblne helperd mq Then bought two bottles which completely cured me I fe ehthegrateful to you for furnishing suc splendid medicine and rcan hon estly recommendit to those sufferI ing from malaria as it will sure cure them Herbine 5oc Ybott vi at all druggists d L1 =FURNITURE 1 CAR LOAD of all KINDS OF i FURNITURE BEDS x690 200 225 TO 500Bedroom Suits 1200 1500 andup Best Double Canebottom Chairs at 4octs Each BOOMING dieuandnewspapn goWilliams spireer I TRY OUR CLOTHING will do you good And you can Keep the Change for therll be Plenty of CHANGE TO KEEPI OIL NOTES 0 The Rockcastle Mutual has en gaged an expert driller The company recently organized at Livingston have secured a lay territory Capt Herndon counsel for the Lancaster Oil Co was out in Knox last week Joe Waters is still whooping up things through his paper the Stanford Democrat atJames fao r his two Lancaster companies The Pioneer Oil Co are making reparations to commence boring for oil near East CBernstadt right vfaway The Somerset Journal flings small dig at a Stanford paper for being so oily The Journal somewhat greasy itself and a mighty good paper io tie toi 14issueimprovements at above par The same will occur here when we have gotten oil developments under way J T Cherry J G Frith Dr Benton and other business men have formed a company and have secured mtmy good leases in Brod head neighborhood and other Jo caIities Ve ate in receipt of map of Lincoln county issued by Democrat of Stanford The map having a large sale of which the promoter is deserving Person interested can see acopy by calling this office IA two million dollar company has been organized to build pipelines and refiners in the Knox county field The incorporators are mostly from West Virginia is Prominent among the names ap pears that of William Hix IANIAtrites Champ Clark brilliant congressman from oerI work nervous tension loss of sleep and costant speaking I had about utterly collapsed It seemed that all the organs in my body were of of ordor out three bottles of Electric Bitters made me all right Its the I best allaround medicine ever over a druggists counter JJ SOldI rundown men and women gain splendid health and vitality from Electric Bitters Tr them Only 50c Guaranteed w by all druggists Congress should provide the Warseeuis bookIkeping A tion concerning expenditures for any purpose to be obtained quicker perhaps It will be better for to for a demo IEIwoulriat resolution asking 1leiinudr howlmney is being spent on Jp pinfs1 7 THIS Season for a change The change HIATT Mrs Fish continues quite ill Marshal J E v llen was here Tuesday JfHfcfc geJ M Cres Kcinity buying hogs J Smiling D with our merchant Harris Bakon at tended chore Miss Bessii f Wildie tended chur iinday Burdette Chew is cultivating and enlarging his ginseng garden Miss Ida Tharp of Brodhead is visiting Miss Ltila Haggard in this vicinity this week Miss Nhie H sin ec actu 1dent of Berea co legerwas YitblT 4fWrhomefolks Saturday and Sunday hisrs 1 regular appointment at Oak Hill Sunday preaching to a large audi i Ience A C Hiatt our energetic mer 1 chant is receiving new goods al most daily and iu nine days bought 450 dozen eggs IA party of young people from Brodhead passed through here Sunday afternoon and stopped to visit the Per Hiatt Cave which is one of the many picturesque scenes ofnature our county affords ointn9Countiesn0 Elba Hall who died recently in Madison county was burried in av coffin which he mads himself some 25 years ago and which he had been using as a wheat bin An independent pipe line com pany has been organized at Barboiir with a 2000000 capital It composed of West Virginia capitalists WHAT THIN FOLKS NEED Is a greater power of digesting andassimilating food For theme workI r the digestive organs gently expel all poison frpmthe syStemenrich the blood improve appetite make allitdruggists Senator Scott of W Va is get ting a run for his money in his contest for reelection Adminis tration support doesnt seem to be helping him to any marked extent TAthe salary of Pen sion Commissioner H C Evans to have the laugh on the G R STAND LIRA ASTONE WALL Between your children and the tortures of itching and burning l skinIdiseasesi Arnica Salve earths reatest healer Quickest cure for Ulcers Fever Sores Salt Rheum Cuts Burrs or Bruises Iufaitible L for Piles 25c at alt lnujjgists i T MtVeraon Signal FRIDAY MAY 9 1902 Published every Friday by EDGAR 5 ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Atlfjeti7zJlalcs made known on application H II IIENNlNGER Of Wnyne county is a candidate for State TrtMurer subject to tho action of the Democratic parlr ANOTHER republican official is I in trouble for trying to use public money to get rich quick H A Barrows who has been disbursing clerk of the Ceusus Bureau for a year or so has confessed to using between seven and eight thousan- dollars of money in his hands in backing race horses and in stock speculation and been dismissed from office Whether he will be criminally prosecuted has not yet been determined The govern went will lose nothing as Barrow- was bonded by a security company for 50000 and the amount of li shortage will be paid as soon as the experts get through his accounts SENATOR PLATT of New York presented petition from citizens of that State g that Congress repeal t1 ies on meats One of rote after His name threat that every that votes agaimeasure will at the is term go home b though this threat w ne man republican R ives may dis- coVer that t sentiment is felt by thousands of voters J ArkansasIchairman of the Democratic Na tional Committee said of the politi I r cal outlook The leading Issues of the Democratic national paigu of 1904 will undoubtedly the same as those of the 1900 cam paigu so far as antiimperialism the regulation of the trusts by lathe reduction of the tariff which a is the kindred question are con cerned H FUNtRAL services were held the hall of the House of n tatives Washington D C Su day afternoon over the remains the lae Representative Amos J Cummiugs of New York who died Friday night No man in C gress had more personal friends than Amos Cummings and no ever deserved more It is both cowardly aud inhuman to plead as an excuse for brutality toward the Filippiiios their brutal treatment of American prisoners The world expects barbarity fr savage and semisavage people but it neither expects nor excuses it in those as highly civilized as Americans Admiral Schely is in a position to make a very creditable exhibition of silver and other souvenirs given him by his admiring countrymen while those who sought blacken his fame have received nothing from the same source but contempt Under the circumstances the postponement of the St Louis Ia x iposition for a year was the right thing to do It will be a big and everybody wants it to be a success which it could not be if field next year Perhaps Col Woodruff counsel for Gen Jacob H Smith who was courtmartialed for his kill and burn order will learn in due time that Smiths trial had more behind opinionfThe democratic Senators have pounded the republicans into tall ativeness ou the Philippine ques tion and they are not done with tbeniyet Some of the Cubans who are rafter ofce talk ac though they might be Induced to participate an a revoluv c tjou jr they are tjQt appointed T 1c C 1 lEUEL GREEN i wiqWe have nothing new to write excepting two blessings good rain and warm sunshine for which we sad Praise the Lord yet we doI npt believe that these are special Pro ldences but that they came about in the ordinary way tho weftc again say Praise the Lord for He sends directly or indirectly every blessing Vegetation is fast coming to th front and the few cattle and sheep left us are preparing to live till fall w H and Sam Brown Plante- their entire crop before the rain The hundreds of dollars worth of grass seeds sown in this part would have perished soon fo much of it had come to far to go back and it could ccme no further Oats tho only a small crop is dBcrop very an- apples few and far between plums and sherries more hopeful Wheat has begun to look up and the prospect for threefourths of a crop is brightening Uncle Bill itswheat prospect in all these dig iSred to ma terialize I suppose England thin the Boers are conquered and that she needs no more of our ion eered stock Our sick people J M Hurst an Mrs Goodpaster seem to impro ve but little if any at all Each these has been a patient suffer from excruciating pain for more than a year Sam Brown accompanied by his young wife has been visiting his former haunts on Crooked creek You see it will soon be time visit trustees I used to be in the fight but ill health and plenty of money admonish me to quit the profession I shall help uncle Cam Sowder this year Cam has a light job fur slsve worked at1it1 butone th will never be completed while o sibenever ell for the life oC me why so many men dont like to earn bread by wthe sweat of the face It is in deed an hoHest way and no one can deny that the command or lare is ancient and before engaging wagias that we will receive healthnofBUCb VARNON WILLIE ooDelayed Letter Venoh Monday Dr Williams was over from Kirby Knob first of the week 1Edgar Wyatt and Ralph Trego were down from Berea Sunday oarThe Baptist = hare building at Hummel Grove will be dedicated Sunda Dr Gibson was down from Rich mond Wednesday on professional business Mesdatiies Jas Tate and Ed Al bright of Brodhead were in o village Sunday toClay Aldridge was down this week from Winchester visiting uncle A T Fish Uncle Henry Fish was over from Mt Vernon Sunday visiting brother A T Fish L T Stewart W H Jones and ripbMiss Abbie Fish was down from Berea Saturday and Sunday with a spring line of ladies hats Miss Lava Fish Was down fr Berea College Sunday visiting parents Mr and Mrs A T Fish John Crawford and family w over from Brodhead Sunday iris ing the family of H S Branant Garrett Chestnut was over from Brodhead Sunday to attend church elmdowsarY were over from pak Hill Sunday to attend cnurcH and gale upon f f J7L i J Our Sunday school convention ll be held on 4th Sunday in this mouth Every S S in the county- is invited to attend protractedIm here Sunday night He said he preached here Sunday to preachedIt 11S year Mrs A T Fish gave a big dinner Sunday over fifty invited guests be prething but eat doILand Stock and CropT J M Cress delivered to S MorJ gan 85 hogs which weighed i5olbs fo 590 per hundred RecordrCatron Wood bought of Sparks Sc Williams 70 head of Sheep and lambs at 350 and from J N rown 30 sheep and 27 lambs a 300 FOR SALETwo 5rooni cot tages just built pays 20 per cent on investment Cheap for cash J F COOPER Livingston Ky FOR SALE Two good milch cows and young calves Price nks2 NOTICEg wandto put on fine pasture address o GRIFFINoferGreen Hill Ky FOR RENT OR SALEA One half interest in a storeroom and lot adjoining J C Ho her Gos drugstore Address J T MEADOWS KoAndrews Botts are this week shipping to Byrns I ewis of Lexington about twenty tons of baled timothy hay sold at 14 50 deliver ed in Lexington or nearI2 here Flemingsburg TimesD mocr t tB F Senders Bro sold to J 4o0hede1300 at 650 a hundred Messrs Sanders bought the cattle a month ago and netted 2800 on the dealHarodsburg Herald When a horses shoulders g 1sore as they sometimes do wi the best of care carry dry flowers cr sulpur in your vest pocket and sprinkle a little on the sores about four times a day while working the team It will not gather in pimples on the collar as almost any other harmless powder will do and it keeps the sores dry and disinfected erBIG CATTLE SALE 4 taut saleJ nvolvfng a sum in the neigh borhood of 35000 was made Friday afternoon when Pox Saunders McDowell sold to Julius Frank Cincinnati a bunch of 4 head of cattle The bunch h been slopped during the past winter and averaged r zoo pounds The price was five and threequartc 35JI+ NEWS ITEMS urMDemocrats win largely in Muni cipal elections in Indiana hipThe Kentucky Medical Society met in Paducah Wednesday sehyule Former Secretary Long doesnt entertain any doubt that Hacna keepteEdward R Thomas who man ages the tailroa affairs of his father Johnoixiconher aeres foitbyanDemocrats convention held at Maysville Iuesday well 1 So the fepublica g IWeil have nothing better to extenuationaof brutality toward the Filipinos than a rehash tectiop bulkIpzitJ4ntliJ South ii ft ij i r j TO THE BRETHREN OF ROCK CASTLE COUNTY 0 The Kentucky State Board on b eing informed of the destitute condition of parts of Rockcastle and adjoining counties have exercised a great Christian spirit in procuring an evangelist as they have done and placing him in the field It is true that there are parts of Rockcastle and adjoining Lounties where the young people are neglected and deprived of the ayer meeting the endeavor meet ng the Sundayschool and the church They are starving for the bread of life and not even a kind has ever been sent them heir young hearts would leap for joy at hearing the sweet story of esus The evangelist will visit and preach in every town village school house and church house in the county whre an opportunity is offeredand also organize the above namedmeetings at every place if possible putting all his time into the work Let us therefore not nottthis much needed work here in our midst But let us as a band of earnest Christian workers for Christ join in and organize our country into a cooperation Feeling sure that our brethren will co operate with us we have decided to hold the first firstaSaturday in June 1902 in the church of Christ at Livingston Ky asking each Pastor in the county to arrange with his congregation to send a de1iga ion and have them instructed as to the amount their respective congregations are willing to give monthly Our programme showr ers and speakers in the country who will be present to entertain and encourage us on that day We cordially invite all to attend Preparations will be made for ac commodationsTempo BENTLEY Chm rary G D COOK RINlHARTY Pray waht did the Beef Trust ever do for the farmers whose help they now have the gall to ask Boss Hanna didnt succeed coali getting the coal miners and operators to agree Inventors will doubtless appreci adate the action of Swift Co the well known Washington patent lawyers who have made a big cut in the price for obtaining patents to those who apply at once thSome Reasons Why You Should Insist on Having OILUnequaled Renders hard leather soft preparedKeeps A heavy bodied o- ilHARNESS An excellent preservative harnessleEfficiency is increased Secures best service Stitches kept from breaking OILsin all- Localities JrahnfcetanHlbj Ceepanyad STOPS PAIN 1901ErerBincemenses they were very irregular and Isuffered with great pain in my hips terribletearing beentekingwine monthiyperiodwithout in years NAts Deere What is life worth loa woman suffer ing like Nonuse Davis suffered Yet there ara wemen In thousands of homes today who are bearing those terrible menstrual pains in silence If you are ens ef these we want to say that same thisI WlNEorCARDUI will bring you permanent reHefCon sole yourself with the kntwledgt that oeropletery worn ell suffered frlft leucorrhoea irregular menses headache backache and tearing dawn paints Wine of Cardui will step all these aches and pains fir you Purchase a 100 boWe tf Wins of Cardui teday and take it in the privacy fyeur home a4ArenairjRspnptoat leanCMttunaa iedieane Cot Cbattuoc t t L h ARE YOU DEAF ANY NOISES ALL CASES OF DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARINC ARE NOW CURABLE SbyHEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY F A WERMAN OF BALTIMORE SAYS 1501Gentlemenyou full history of ny case be used your discretion About years ago right ear began sing and this kept grltiu worse until lost tty entirelyI catarrh for three months without success consulted num ber of physicians among others the most eminent ear specialist of this city who Urtd sic tatonly an operation could help me and even that only temporarily that the head neies would then cease but tiered hearing in the affected ear would be lost forccr then saw your advertisement accidentally in New York paper and orde yexrt 4ft ment After had used only few days onling your directions the noises ceased andutoday after five weeks mv heariirg in dintased ear has been entirely restored thank you heartily and begto remain Very truly yours WnIA Broadway Baltiaor Md flap treatment does not interfere with your usual occupation Examination and advice free YOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOME nointaaliINTERNA ONAL AURAL CLINIC 596 LA SALLE AYE CHICAGO ILL GOES FURTH6E i ii the Store o- fKRUEGERSONS 3 Mt Vernon Ky THAN ANY OTHER STORE in ROCK CASTLE EVERY Piece of goods in house is NeWand up TODATE No shop worn stun hands Everything oi i a to at e to on I y a I a a I it a to I F A 3o S ata on EELIED by the peo found in bin Store V e are not killing con1petition for that is the Life of Trade TOUR T LINE OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE is away up in and you will miss a great opportunity to save money if you fail to visit our place before making your purchases FJND US and get low prices in the Big Brick 11cztFto the post office near railroad crossing CHAS C DAVIS The Place to Obtain Fresh Drugs of all Kinds Perfumery Stationery Toilet Articles CIGARS AND TOBACCO Paints and Oils PRESCRIPTIONScarefully Compounded air or Just Received From Factory ItSALESMAN our can be our r A COMPLETE LINE OF THE f SHIELDS ONE GUARANTCtO BY THE MAKE Latest New York Styles AT POPULAR PRICES CH FRITH Fors AGB n KYj0 vi7aTi7eills HEADn MONEY AL- SQPatent11edicines HATSEVE- RY Theytsmporarily cure constipation by atit tin the bowesziui itjlat choir cannot be secured until the liver secretes iii to make the intestines execute their natufal fcffictkJns Unnat compelscontinualattain the resiilts I 1liver acts on the cures Chills e and Fever and every form of J Malarial Bilious Remitting and Inter I mittirii Fevers and by going to the seat of the trouble works permanent cure yFIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE J tt ehas e Dwis Dtttgtore A riZ f i i t f Mt Vernon Signal 4 Mt VERNON KY MAY 9 1902 I SV4LL a NASHVILLE R R CO I TIME TABLE 24 north 1105 a m s6 north 112 a m 23 south soo p n 25South 148 a m JAS LANDRUM Agent atend at the Mt Vcfnoj Ky Post o8ice a tra endclaw mall matter PERSONALSI o i Bragg Thompson is here visit lug relatives Dr D B Southard of Bee Lick is here today Sam Magee was np from Living ston Tuesday Sheriff H L Tate was in Lon don yesterday John D Miller was at home fo this week ItSrRev Ewers filled his appointment at East Bernstadt Sunday Mrs Sue and W C Mullins were here from Livingston Tuesday James Peunington has gone to Jackson county to spend the Sum C mer Misses Alice and Rosa Dolan visited homefolks at Pine Hill Sun day last Mrs Sue Henderson is visiting friends and relatives here and at Level Green Mrs L W Bethurnm trill leave next week for Middlesboro to visit her parents Miss Bessie Miller returned yes terday from a visit to relatives at Bessemer AlapS C Franklin was in Brodhead yesterday fitting glasses and doing watch repairing BethuIruon Mr and Mrs U G Baker and son Fred spent Sunday with relatives at Livingston Mrs J F Griffin went to Gum Sulphur yesterday to visit her mother Mrs Walien Attorney J W Brown and son Conn and Dr M Williams took in the derby Saturdaya Joe Norton will leave in a few days for Jellico where he has a large boundary of tanbark to peal The Rev Stinnett filled his reg ulor appointment the Presbyterian church Sunday morning an dt nightMrs J W Brown returned from a Brodhead Monday and reported Mrs J Thos Cherry somewhat l1l1prove deMrs D C Sandidge left yesterday for her home at Lynchburg Va after a pleasant stay of several weeks with homefolks Charley Henderson L N brakeman came home Monday morning with a severe case of iii flamatory rheumatism Miss Ella Joplin left Tfed2y for Pleasant Hill Mercer county io spend several weeks With her sister Mrs Chas Spillraan Dr D McDonald win be ber soon to see Prof Ewers m regard to some matters connected wfttr next years school Work Editor E C Walton parsed through Tuesday afternoon en rout to the Knox county oil fields W 4o suppose lo buy a gusher Mrs Ewers Mss SynVpson andj daughter Miss Elizabeth Miss lyiinnie Mitchell and Masters Chester Landruni and Scott Miller went to Cynthiana Saturday night tp attend theJunior Christian En deavor Convention- W T Evans while in Louisville last week secured a position a traveling salesman for his so Jolin Vit1i the old reliable firm of lloyd and Bohr saddles and bar ness will leave soon for r Tenu to work flint state John is only ji9yearsofag ndone of the jypiragest menon the road c I fr i jflt DEAD Dr Lutes of McWhort er is deadas the result of an oper ationBeasley and Hayes Stanford Ky is the place to buy your new carpets apr u tf S B Ramsey has opened butcher shop in the basement of the old brick hotel Tom McClure of Skaggs Creek was fined2a and oat for carrying JCONTIST1hcre will be an Old Fiddlers contest at London on the night of May 12 FOR RANTAdtivelingonSout 1V side Main street A veT desirable place Call at this office Turn on your locks and sleep with one eye open for there are inspectors going around to see what is loose J E Singleton in an interview havre six hats two wool two straw and wo nice ones the last of which is aid for JJ MARRIED Elijah Brock and Miss Hattie Hager of Jackson county were married in the Circuit Clerks office yesterday The Rev J C Carmical officiated FAnTlte Elks Fair and Car rival will be held at Richmon- July 14 to 19 The promoters promise this to be one of the best fairs ever held in Kentuckya Rugs Carpets Matting and every thing found in a first class furniture store Also a full line o Undertakers goods- BEASLEY HAYES apr u tf Stan rd Ky NOT IN THE TRUSTnWe will sell Eagle Fertilizer Best corn and wheat grower 100 hundred Eagle Phosphate 90 cts per hundredALBRIGHT ADAMS apr 114 t Brodliead Ky iSILVER in payg ing quantities has been found two milts frdm East B rata t A speci men was sent to Ne York City for analysis and reported to be all verjone t6 NOTICEI will do any kin of carpenters work in Roc castle county Plans and estimates mad satisfaction guaranteed Price dayI25 Respt may a3t T J PENNINGTONMt cThe Mirror Cynthiana Ky pays the following high tribute t Rev J J Haley J J Haley the present pastor ofthe Cynthiana Christian church ionative Kentuckian in the prime of life being born in RockcastIe- county in IsSI Although yet com paratively young he is a man of wide and varied experience At the age of 23 he was sent as an evangelist lo Sydney New South Wales H remained for about n years ii Australia and New Zealand preach ing for two years in Sydney two and a half years in Dunadin and six years in Melbourne While in Australia he established the Aus tralan Christian Watchman Afterwards he preached one year in Sa Francisco when he took charge of Ien i89o be went in response to a can of the Foreign Mission Board to Berken head England where h remained until 1894 Returning thee pastorate ofthe Cynthiana Christian church January I 1895and has continued with that church con tinuously since that date He ha been connected wrth several Chris tian papers as writer and as editor Asa writer he is recognized as one of the foremost e bf the among whom lie enjoys a nation reputation His pulpit utterances orsk conngregation has bad a steady growth numerically and spiritually and is stronger and better prepared for aj Nsstvetworkuthan ever before in its history a 1 The Kentucky and Mississippi Oil Co have incorporated with a capital of 30006 to operate in Laurel county Thet child of Alex Warren ofPittsbufg teas accidentally killed with a shot gun this nrorning Dr Ewers will preach the funeral tomorrow MARRIEDMiss Nell Hackney and Mr W H Pnyuter were liiar ried at London Wednesday evening at 8 oclock They left that night for an extensive bridal tour through the West CRAB ORCHARD FAIRThe Crab Orchard Fair and Racing Associa tion with 2000 capital has filed articles of incorporation with Sec retary of State at Frankfort John Holmen is at the bendof the company WITHDRAWN The Hon Lil lard H Carter of Anderson county has withdrawn from the race for the democratic nomination for Congress in the Eighth district The fight is now between Messrs Gilbert and Warren Mr H V Bastin is at Living ston with his construction force putting in the exchange at that place which will be completed next Tuesday afternoon after which lie will come here to make some im provements on the exchange At the last session of the Legislature there was passed a law in Orchdards and other private enclosures This law requires a seven feet fence such inclosures and anyone tresspassing and for the conviction of same means a term in the penitentiary fSMALLPotAbout i4 miles north of Bee Lick on the Rock castle side the family of Green Adams has smallpox and also the neighboring family of John Robert who lives just across on the Lin coln side The boardof health of the two counties have taken steps to establish a quarantine and to take care of the patients On last Saturday Mr Fritz Krue and John Grider became enJ in a little altercation over a settlement Willie the youngest son of Mr Krueger and Mc Kinney who were presenttook sides and for some time there was batyKrueger Mr Grider and Mr Mc centdsupeto a Pittsburg Cold Storage Co has doffe a plenty for some of the Rockcastle merchants Our hotelman W J Rider looses about 200 and 50 egg cases J Thos Cherry Dunn Hamm C H Frith Al cderoCoalld Woodyard Hilton ofJ Brodhead W M Nicely of Hans ord and other merchants through ut the county have lost in all about 700 KY PRESS TimFull arrangements for the annualmeeting of the Kentucky Press Association andI the summer outing were made Saturday afternoon when the Ex longeLent were President Harry McCarty of the Nicholasville Journal Vice President T G Watkins of the Courier Journal Secretary R K Morningstar of Bowling Green Chairman of the Executive Com nfttfee Paul M Moore of Earling ton Milt Conley Ashland Louis HowardnHodgensvillejrE A Gullion New castle J H Westovcr William stown chairman of the Legislative Committed and R W Brown of Louisville After long discussion toehold the annual meeting of the ass ciltion in Owensboro early in JulyThe Henderson route has offered a special train to carry the editors to and from meeting place the annual outing will start from- s Owensboro immediately after the meeting of the association The route will be this year from Owens boro to Cincinnati fhence to Sandusky Oyon to Johnson Island Putin Bay and Detroit Mich alFrom Detroit the route will be to Mt Clemens Port Huron Star Island St Clair Flats and back home again with a few side trips thrown in There are now ISO members of the association and a committee will pass carefelly on all future applications for membership aswell as the eligibility b dliap licatit whb Ygestre to make the trip Cv i i I LlVI 0tHugh Hagan w sin Corbin Tuesday W M Fields of Maywood is in- town this week F L Thompson Sr of Mt Vernon was in town Vednesday Miss Della Huffman of Geth semane is visiting tier sister Mrs Warren Stark Miss Eva Baugh of Mershon X roads was the guest of Miss Lida Cook last week W C and John A Mullins and Mrs Sue Mullins were at Mt Ver non Wednesday Miss Mattie Heath of Winchester is visiting Mrs J T Blanken ship at this place Mr and Mrs Charley Buries of Paris are visiting the families of Will and Robert Burnes Miss Mae Magee who has been attending the College at Mt Ver none returned home Friday Mr and Mrs Chas Barnett of London were the guests of Mr and Mrs J R Carter Sunday Mrs Francis Mershou of Liv lvtrslJMrs 11 E fish of Crab Orch ard is here visiting her daughter Mrs Joe Rhinehart and family Mrs Anna Parks and son Hope and Kathrine Durham of Parks yule are visiting Mrs Will Wright Mrs Chas Burnes is very sick at the residence of Robt Burnes Also Mrs Hugh Hagavi at the River Mansion J R Stuckey is having improvements made on his property this week Blankeuship Argenbright are doing the work Mrs Nannie Troutman and son Stewart of East Bernstadt were the guests of Mrs Charley Stark Saturday and Sunday Tom Daniels was at Mt Ver nbn Sunday He was accompanied home by Miss Nannie Wells who is attending school here Mrs Annie Lasley returned to home at Stanford Monday af ter a visit with her daughter Mrs Tom Lasley nt the River Mansion Geo Childress of Orlando and Miss Mattie McFerron of Pine Hill are with Dr and Mrs Chil dress and are attending school here There will be no services at the Presbyterian church next Sunday The Rev McGready will hold Episcopal services there May s th R R Perry and family of Winchester are camping out at Cruses Ferry fishing and enjoying the mountain breezes of old Rockcastle Frank Burton L N brake is laying off and visiting his relativesat Pineville He was a guest of Miss Berta Burton last Monday The regular services at the Christian church Sunday were conducted by Rev Jno B Dicki son who was the guest of Mr and Mrs John Magee Mrs Lewis Pillion and little son Willie and Miss Linda Dilliou re turned home from Edenton Tuesday They were accompanied home by Miss Texie Hendron W C Mullins J R Carter JR Stuckey Russ Jollnsou W H Stark W It Mounts A N Bentley aiid Dick Hampton attended a Masonic affair at London Mon day Mrs Mahala Carson returned home from Mt Vernon Wednesday She has been granted a pen sion 145 back Payand twelve dollars monthly and she is well pleased with her good luck s Miss Ida Sympson oPine Hill who has been attending the Christian Endeavor convention at Ver sa illes stopped off here while on her way home Monday and was the guest of Mrs J R Stuckey While painting the roof at the Mullins Hotel Wednesday after noon Samuel Saras met disivery painful accident fallitig a tance of 35 feeet to the ground breaking one of his ankles and stif- fSeringsome Qth iiliiruises He was attended by DrsChihlress and a 1 f I Wind Whistles Pricey Talky Money Tak1 WE OF WHAT YOU OF US FOR MONEY MORE YET h yrz OUR QUOTATIOJiS APPEAL TO YOU IN Pretty Powerful Language AND EST LIMBS of Dry Goods and Notions ht to Brodhead Also Youths and Childrens Clothing 65c to 10 oo We a examine our line of GENERAL We WILL MAKE CLOSEr iHave one of the s line of Shoes in AD KY 200 to 450 per pair A and OX Fertilizer Prices b hundred and Upward t r PRICES Highest prices raid i6c per Ib for bittf r t tit y R Trade respectfullyY solicited C H FRITH BRODHEAD KY BONE No2 ERT1LIZERS Brands 1 per hundred CORN 120erJmmtred Notes approve 1able on or before will 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every Sunday Prayer HiWinig ot Tuesday nights MASONIC Vyhluul Lodge No 040 meets 4th Mon day lo t JBQrilT VKilNON II A CHAPTER No 140 MEETS every FOURTH MONDAY at 2 p in MACCABEES K OT M TliNTNo il meets every 1st mill lrd Monday at 70 p in IAS E ILOUK Com J J PING It K PROFESSIONAL C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY nOIFIcE On 2rd floor of The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church street Special attention given to collections M L MYERS Dentist MT VERNONKY FIRSTCLASS WORK OFFICEIn the Krueger new brick PHONE No 3- 6i1iei House W J RIDER POP- RHeadquarters for Commercial Men 461Porter at all trains8 THE FINE HARNESS HORSE JOHNW- ill make the season of 1902 at iny stable W of a mile East of Wildie and will be permitted to serve mares at7 to Insure a Living Colt Money due when mare is known to be with fold or is traded or parted with A leiii wilt be retained on flue colt for the season money Care will be taken to prevent accidents but no responsibility shouldany occur DKSCBIITIOX AND PEDIGREE JOHN- is 16 hands high Black and fine size weigh inc 1200 pounds He was sired by a Belgian horse his dam being a Canadian He is in fact an all purpose horse THE FINE JACK Bill WalkerWill also make tIiseasonatthcsaiiic time and place at 5 to insure a living colt Terms as to season money same as OJ1 thc horse Bill Wilker is a black jackwith mealy nose anti was folded July 15 1S98 He was sired by Capt Jodd 1st dam by im ported Zolicofier apt Todd was folded in June 1895 by Sir William be bv Mogul he by Compromise he by ippecanoe lie by Black Warrior Capt Todds 1st dam by Jim POtter 2nd dam by the Castilian BILL WALKERS 2nd darn unknown t vvGatroo Wood J 1 Democratic Senators deserve the thanks of the party and of the country for the able manner inI which they are getting the about the Philippines before theI public When the debate on the Philippine bill began the republi can Senators poohpoohed an thing that the democrats could say abuses in the Philippines aboutI nounced that the democrats wou be allowed to do all the talking eirItunepreparing speeches in defense ol the administration Why Bej cause the democrats have made it plain that the administration needs defense and needs it bad They are afraid to bring Maj Gardener the army officer who was governor of the province of Tayabas and whose confidential report to theI War Department which Secretary Root tried so hard to suppress crueJtyIprovinces to Wasoington to testify land afraid to directly refuse so they are temporizing by saying t that they will bring him after Gen Chaffee makes his report on Gardeners chargesthe scheme is to keep Gardener away until after reportedItialed and imprisoned Another thing the republicans are unwilling to do is to answer the charge tha the Philippines are costing many more millions than the public has any idea of If the charge were not true it would have been an s vered by official figures in twenty four hours after it was made The democratic Senators have the re publicans on 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farm without a garden a farm where neither flowers nor fruit are seen to amount 10 anything maybe a perfect paradise for hogs but it is not a very good sort of placer for making the most of the human What we recommend is that which every farmer who has a family and who posseses the proper anection for it should gladly pro vide and though it is too lale to do much in this line now too late certainly where nothihg has already been done it is not too hue toft make fof shame at the in the main unnecessary poverty and not too late to stimulate to better things anothertimeS Appreciation of the necessity for the like under the conditions now prevailing generally in civilized countries should be enough to put eveery farmer in the United States right about this matter so securing for use in his oome choice and fresh fruit during the entire year The apple has range of kinds to easily do duty all through the winter and on until the strawberry ripens- t From the strawberry forward there will need be no pause of things delicious and fitted to give the doctors a restraspberries black berries peaches grapes All are healthful and most of them can be eaten at pleasure and as a rule without injury Who would care to visit or live on a farm without allor most of these fruits Where or what is the attraction on a farm without them theyIcome the growing season closes the IAs are at their best They rank among the most healthful of fruits They abound when fevers prevail and they seldom fail It seems like kenyingjihe good ness of God to live on and own a farm andyetba without a firstclass grarden Farm and Home The first movement towards the adoption ofa system of wireless telegraphy by the United States Government for communication between fixed bases was made to signalply of such systems for service in Alaska where the ordinary cables fail in important points owing to climatic conditions The principal connection wanted was across the waters of Norton Sound connect ing Fort Davis Cape Nome with St Michael either by one circuit or by a relay on Scuart island Five bids were received and another bid is on the way from the Arco GermanyGeriresponses but would not under take to pass on the bide and they will be referred to a special board of signal corps experts for con sideration SCOIISl liulsion = of Cod Liver Oil is the means oflife and enjoyment of life to thousands men women and children When appetite fails it restores it When food is a 1 burden it lifts the burden itheWhen work is hard and IbncrhtIt is the thin edge of the wedge the thick encljs food But what is the use of food f IILJvfer Oilis thefood that makes fIffree sample its agreeable ste wlH surorise yOu 1 BOWNEChemlstsO9SOc and SlOO i all druggists I t t5S 1 i n iAttetk5Cood Dresses lIt We Hav2 a Good Thing sml it Want tv rIt hwo a otnfd the erulnsiva rifht I ftl ius viciaivy to aha o tiers for the I f ft m o s tailoring of STRAUSS liROS Chi g x We arc now cliplimni their newest csrrsptes of Fine Wooan6and urge 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