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Digital page images are linked to the text file. s t- JeLr1 r q 1s 1JdnaI a H XKYKY FRIDAY MAY 16 1902 NUMBER 34 = a r TELL MY FRIENDS TO BE BRAVE AND FEARLESS AND LOYAL TO THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE h t SENSATIONLLIr8HE SALE Soo Pairs= I iooo pairs1 m1 1 I Efr IU i I e UrtliJ wV Sa iJ I J aU W mlOI 112 Q I l IO tINJ 121 fJq lif I 15E Ia I is THE MOST SUCCESSFUL THE MOST RELIABLE THE MOST POPULAR STORE IN ROCKCASTLE OIL NOTES 0 Jellico has struck oil Oil has been struck in Christian i countyAllen county oil men will begin work soonIto a extent IfhaveContractors of Beaumont Texas are arranging to send drilling outfits into this part of the State Raglandjdistrict fining Companv of America organized Il with Eastern capital has secured t ieasesK on 192000 acres in KentuckyDo want to interest a com pany to come to your county and bore for oilTrite the Oil Journal Barbourville KcntuckyI formationITI large amount of land in the Salt Well neighborhood four miles west of Owiugsville and will soon sink wells for oil Kentucky Oil J onrJ Analysis of oil from Powell coun ty shows Water and Naptha 175 per cent Kerosene 933 per cent Lubricating oil 4371 per cent ParJffine oil 218 percent The Barbourville News will shortly issue an illustrated edition of some 50 pages presenting the attractions and advantages of Knox county and the mountain counties Everyone should see a copy of thisI industrial edition which will be conservatively written and will truthfully picture the situation of a land which will soon be flow ing with milk and honey The Big Hill Mining Co have resumed operations with their dia = mohd drills on Brush creek for the development of their coal lands which covers a territory on both sides of creek from its mouth to Climax some ten miles The hold ings will prove to be Rockcastles richest oil section with Livingston F and Skaggs creek closely following The lost lead mine said to have F recently been rediscovered in eastern Rockcastle is praised by j one of the Mullius family for its excellent quality as a product He says It s the Lest squirrel lead lever used Yes sir mate it kills em quicker and deader than any thing in the way of lead He carries a number of the nugget in pocketsDr J president of the Mt Sterling Oil Co was at onetime a practicing physician at Wil die this county His company will shortly resume operation on their well on Copper creek near Conway from which they moved chinery some months since tolwIeni1 s Womens and Misses button Shoes Sizes mss to 4s only at the pitiful sum of fee county to save leases on which they had contracted to drill by a certain time The doctor has made money in the oil business The Lincoln Democrat is still issuing its proclamation from the hilltops We are right in the centre of the garden spot of the worldand there is an ocean of oil necesfinto an immense business bene ficial to everyone in our county and our neighbors Joe Waters is a man who blows his own town and puts in some mighty good licks for his deserving neighboring counties Lewis D Sampson of the Bar boutville News and Kentucky Oil Journal is aiding a great work for the development of South Eastern Kentucky through his two In fact all the State where papersI minerals are to be found are receiving btnefits from his work in properly presenting the news and situation in a readable form and conservative manner Nothing of a sensational order appears in hisI papers except where the situation bears out the statementsJREVEALS A GREAT SECRET It is often asked how such start ling cures that puzzle the best physicians are effected by Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumpton Heres the secret It genninIfected ing oxygen enrich and vitalize theI blood It heals the inflamed cough worn throat and lungs Hard colds andstubborn coughs soon yield to Dr Kings New Discovery the most infallible remedy for all Throat and Lung diseases Guaranteed bottles 5oc androo Trial bottles free at all druggists IA joint committee of Senators aid Representatives will prepare a substitute for the republican Philip pine bill which will represent the position of the democratic party onc the Philippine question Good Billy Mason has recovered sufficiently from the knockout administered by Congressman Hop kins io announce that he still ex pects to be reelected Billy ingLCURES WHEN DOCTORS FAIL Mrs Frank Chiassou Patter son Lawrites June Sth 1901 hI had malaria fever in very bad form was under treatment by doctors but as soon as I stopped taking their medicine the fever would return I used a sample bottle of Herbihe found it helped me Then bought two bottles which completely cured me I feel grateful to you for furnishing such a splendid medicine and can 11onI estly recommend it to those suffering from malaria as it will surely cure themItHerbine 5oc bottle at all druggists lU aLIIl ttIIO Same Goods For Less money lore Goods For game money l CRAB ORCHARDI Jno Payne man Teun J S Fish of Louisville has been visiting friends here Mrs F D Ballon is spending lIrslIvStrawberries and icecream will soon be the order of the day or rather of the night Boarders are coming to the Springs almost daily twcntyfive or thirty there nowIMisses Elizabeth and Mamie Boyle are visiting their grandparents Mr and Mrs J W Guest Robert Archer has rented his barber shop to James Manuel and returned to his home at Paint Lick Adam Richart who spent the winter in Florida has returned to inICharley Adams of Alabama is here on a visit to his brother and sister Mortimer and Miss Julia Adams Irsif E Fish has returned from Livingston where she has i been visiting her daughter Mrs J C Rhineheart Mrs Annie Haldeman of Louis ville has returned home after some time spent with her mother rsI Juo Buchanan Dr Stapp and wife closed thei school on the 9th and are making preparations to visit their children in Henry county Jo Payne who has been attending school at Harriman Teun came hnme before the close of the term on account of sickness The Sunday schools of Crab Orchard are preparing to celebrate Childrens Day first Sunday in June in an appropriate manner Mrs Patten has a nice prospect for a big yield of strawberries She expects to pick several hundred gallons and will sell them at 25cts per gallon- H S White and family are moving into the Vanderpool house at the depot He is night operator there now His mother Mrs S E White and her daughter Miss Pet will go with him Mrs Josh Wilson of Bee Lick passed through here on her way home from Texas where she had been visiting friends Mr Wilson contemplates emigrating to Texas so he sent his wife out to look at the country before hand fairIground in earnest giving work to some of time loafers Ladies all get to work now on your embroi dery drawn work quilts etc We think the highest prizes ought to be given for cookery as that isa very useful occupation and good cooks are scarce especially among the young folks ORLANDO 0 Charley Bowling has moved his stave bucker to Climax Moses Ball is home from his work in Madison county Yes its a boy and Henry Quinton is a proud father Mrs A A Ball has returned from a visit to Jackson county Jake and J B Reams were in in Mt Vernon Saturday evening C M Clay and Clayton Dove are here surveying and leveling coal lands Dr Evens and wife of Richmond were the guests ofD G Martin las SaturdayMr a coal expert is ex pected here frpniPittsburg PennT in a few days The prospectiing drill crew are at work near New Hope church Ove Evens is foreman W Laswell has returned to Louisville where he is attending the Hospital Medical College W R Shackleford and R W Miller of Richmond have been here fishing the past week J A Wood and Clark Bros contemplate buying a large boundary of timber land on Crooked creek Louis Reams was in Lexington last Saturday on business con nected with Reams Bros sand businessGrief wrath and disappointment was mixed when some mean de signing boys carried the wrong jug placebyHOLDS UP A CONGRESSMAN IAt the end of the campaign writes Champ Clark Missouris oerjworkand costant speaking I had about utterly collapsed It seemed that all the organs in my body were out of ordor but three bottles of Electric Bitters made me all right Its the best allaround medicine ever sold over a druggists counter Overworked rundown men and weak sickly women gain splendid health and vitality from Electric Bitters Try them Only 5oc Guaranteed by all druggists If the blind chaplain of the Senate wants to be up to date he shouldadd to his opening prayer Give us this day our daily apology Senator Lodge who has charge of the Philippine bill must be con vinced by this time that the demo cratic Senators do not scare worth a cent WHAT THIN FOLKS NEED Is a greater power of digesting and assimilating food For them Dr Kings New Life Pills work wonders They tone and regulate the digestive organs gently expel all poison from the system enrich the blood improve appetite make healthy flesh Only 25c at all drpggists k = = 5EJEINEWESTFROM DAN TO BERSHEBA AND BACK AGAIN TO DAN THE GREAT BARGAIN GIVER IS THE MT VERNON MAN CONWAY 0 J M Nave was on Copper creek first of the week J 11 Coffey and wife were in Berea last Saturday Mr and Mrs M H Jordan wer in Berea last Monday M L Kelton End wife are expected home in a few days Rev Dan Phelps was over from creek lastCopper Saturday- T J Hayes is clerking for Judgeif and Dan Chenault at this Mrs D C Pullius and daughter were visiting Mrs J lI Coffey SundayIrj spent Saturday and Sunday it Richmonda j Mrs M R Jones returned home from her fathers and reports liimi much improved Misses Flora and Florence Joiles from Berea are visiting Mr andofMrs J H Sigman Dr R H Lewis of Wildie pass ed through here Tuesday en route to IISincehigh priced as now Even Henry Mobley the mail carrier cannot to1goClimax yet the Postmaster Gen eral says he must go daily and be beats around every bush stump and requires the P M to assist him that the people along his route maybe pleased and the Postmaster Gen eral gratified and Uncle Sam pleas ed with his heroic mail carriey By J H Sigraau go WORLD WIDE REPUTATION Whites Cream Vermifuge has achieved worldwide reputation delstroyerson weak and unthrifty children as it naturalizes the acidity or sour theiIr systemband restores them to health vigo and elasticity of spirits natural to childhood Price 25c at all druggists All the power of the republican bosses of the House having failed to prevent the passage of the bill for the admission of Arizona New Mexico and Oklahoma they have now centered their efforts to keep these Territories out of the Union on the Senate for no other reason than the fear that they would elect democratic Senators STAND LIKE A STONE WALL Between your children and the tdrtures of itching and burning eczema sscaldhead or other skin diseases How why by using earthsIgreatest mire for Ulcers Fever Sores Salt Rheum Cuts Burns or Bruises InfallibleN for Piles 25aat all drtiggists z Will Rowe 9 fek was here last Sund H K- E L Gooc s mu this part the fi eHubert Barwas ndayIS W Ridde Vernon was in this part 3 and Tuesday on business Messrs Charlie G Proctor John and Vm Cheek spent a few days In Livingston last week G A Morgan sold to S Morgan of Garrard county 50 hogs to be delivered June 1St at s Icts Mr and Mrs John Acton of Pulaski visited relatives in this section Saturday and Sunday iJI Brownlherte several new cases are expected Mr and Mrs Jinseng Hays Lincoln were in this section Sunday Mr Hays is one of Lin = coins best teachersr ofILevel Green attended church at Providence Sunday Prof Brown looks somewhat improved in health John A Proctor and E A Her rin are in Mt Vernon this week working on Vm Poyuters store room They are two excellent carpenters sHOW FORESTRY DIFFERS FROM LUMBERING A working plan is first of all specifiestheshall be taken and includes estimates of the yield It fixes the areas to be logged over forecasts the profits to be realized and sums up the whole situation from a business point of view In so far it treats of what is to be done in standlupon same study of local conditions that anybond lumberman makes before he fells a tree The lumbermans working plan onlythe forrs with matureIa way as to hasten cropInto the contrary there is no other radical difference in purpose between the two Both vish to make the forest pay as high an interest as possible upon the capital which it represents The lumberman is usually content receive returns only Thejb same study of the quality and amount of merchantable timber of the conditions for its transport and the market open to it for sale is necessary under lumbering and under forestry Practical forestry has been proved in the Adirondacks end has been found to pay tJ Is claim trying to play personal politics withsuch a dangerous tapona a miners strike MfVernolrSignalj t FRIDAY MAY 16 1902 t Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT J SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR lMK Advertiig rates made known on a icationIII II JIENXl Of Wayne county is acan GERITreasurer subject to the Democratic party BRIG GIN GORGE W DAVIS commanding the Department Mindanao and Jolo in the Phili pines will get his name on the ad ministration black list if he isn careful In an official report he has recommended that Congress abrogate the treaty with the Sul tan of Job Of the Sultan Gen Davis says If he is to be retained as a puppet kiugling he should be robbed of all real power but I pre v fer to abate the Sultan nuisance This is one of the reports that the democrats have forced the W arin Department to make public H CLAY EVANS after his nom ination to be Consul General at London had been confirmed by the Senate rather rubbed it in on the G A R n lain to have forced he office Di Commiensions I y makin ing that he resign irely ofaown a use he was aired ofost trying position I nt IIHe added that tment to be r consul gener entirely un sought Oh yes Teddy is becoming an rexpert in looking out for his p ts Gen Leonard Wood whose Cub assignment will expire by limitation on the 2oth inst has been selectr as one of the army officers to attend this years maneuvers of the G fman army and adjutant Gene Corbin as another As the com islander of the army has very lit to do with militaryaffairs he w not be allowed to go Senator Baileys amendment to the army appropriation bill Jbr bidding the expenditures of money to pay the expenses ofjany person attending the coronation of hereditary king or potentate serY to put the republicans on record for and the democrats against such expenditure of the peoples money Score another increase in democrat ic votes SENATOR MCLAURIN of S C seems to be developing pugilist leanings He had a fist fight in a hotel lobby several nights a with Mr A A Gates of Green guile S C The fight was about Federal office They were separat ed after the exchange ofa f blows THE Lexin ton Morning Democrat one of the newsiest and best of Kentucky papers will soon commence the publication of an evening paper If started will be success because W P Walton at the helm a MR WALTER N HALDEMAN president of the Courier Journal Company is dead a the result of au injury received a little over a week ago which terminated in peritonitis Teddy and the Rathbone case is only another instance 6f the power of Boss Hanna as a persuader POLITICS and POLITICIANS V o Hon RH Tomliuson of Lan caster is a candidate for the demo cratio nomination for Lieutenant Governor Mr Tomlinson was Garrards representative in the General Assembly and made a pleticKd record l Mr John C Cheriault of Rich njond and our present Insurance datefortheAuditor before the next convention statej T 1a iAdjoining Counties =0 1A lodge of the Knights of um fbu lies been installedat Rich nipnd Sixty members were in Initiated The t1 won its fight the Southeru for the establishment of a branch road from Jejlico to nOXVI eIThe Louisville and Nashville railroad has purchased 25000 acres of the best coal lands in the Mid dlesboro districts The capital stock of John Blacks bank at Barbourville ll been increased fromrooooto 30000 and the Cumberland V capitofNationPal tLena Douehy aged 15 brought suit in the Boyle Circuit Cou against Chas Adams aged 18 fIL alleged breach of promise When the case was called Charley stated to Judge Saufley that he would marry the girl if he had an opp tuuity His Honor asked her she was still iu the notion of marrying and she responded promptly the affirmative A minister as sent for and the knot was tied fore a crowded court house of spectators Judge Sanfley handed the couple a dollar aud expressed his wish that they would live a to and happy life in matrimonial blissFx At Danville John Phillips essayed the role of the Chico Corn King Phillips had stop lot of the yellow ears in a crib to await higher prices When he went to examine his holdings found that rats and mice hart eaten all but a small portion Enraged over the loss Phillips began to- wage war against the rodents He placed a hi6h plank fence arou the crib and began to attack T thansy ed paednts sever H lined over 300 and thinks three escapedray He several days jfrom the wounds inflicted ExI Land Stock and Crop 0J J Purcell sold to James Leavell a horse for 105 and Bogue Brown a bunch of hogs at sets GeorgeedW 3 a sold to Price Bros a bunch of shoats at 3c =Interior FOR SALETwo 5room c tages just built pays 20 per cent on investment Cheap for cash J F COOPER ICycFOR SALEJwogoodluilch Prgice reasonable HaLAWRENCE May 2 St Level Green Ky eCIF you have any stock you want to nut on fine pasture address or call on GEO W GRIFFIN Green Hill Ky Oane lotSJ C Hooker Gos drugstore Address J T MEADOWS Pine Hill Ky Wycoff Case sold an 8oolb steer to Gabe Shewmaker Ors c sold a bunch of isoIb hogs toI Harry Riley at 6 ctsMtltSweeney sold a bunch of goo tb hogs to Peters Coat 6 cts and bought a bunch of shoats at 2 50 per head Mark Hardin sold some No i steers to M J Farris at 4 u cts RB Wilkerson bought fur lie of cattle from Adam Carpenter dOffElIjah AastDI Root Tr9sancaster Rtco lJFarmersover 1000 barrels of corn in Mer ter Several large feeders are buy ipgicorn in Washington county atr 321d 325 a barrel deliver F Sanders Bro haveen IBIOJOQO lambs Jbr Julie July j aid August delivery nt from 4 to 6cI Ten horses wire sold lit 1 J V ril JArsclell Bros stqblaMonday at prnxs from gyp to 120 Harrods burg Kerald alzaltiIlladc airedt 60 per 100 pounds within a year and the price uf creed beef has advanced 4ahundred iir the smile lime Beef dressesabout 60 cent of the ttJoffal as a considerate offset to this loss so that 2 advance in dressed allowanceApocketsa pro t amounting to about 25j Malcensllsls bulletins issued by the Unitedr Slates Government the State of commontvalue of rtdefarms The total value of the stock aCIcordingbureaucrats is 271844034 Texas Illiltoiifs fourth with 186317248 the comes Missouri fifth with 154 142769beew seventh h 120673101 Ohio eight with 120366134 Indiana ninth with lingBRODHEAD 0 familydtook in the show at Stanford Mon day butwe have never heard Jnoeo nice wI soon be able to return home lips Dr Clark left here Vednes day night for Ashville N C where she will remain with her people for Hiltonn storehefortableW A Tyree now has his planing mill at work will soon be able to do any kind of work in hiserness mare at Stanford Monday The Brod head Christian Church Cemetery committee is note ready to beginC work make contracts for posts wire c Everybody who is in terested in that work is cordially invited to cooperatewith the com mittee Let us make the resting place of our departed relatives and friends as neat and beautifulas possible The committee are L Hix James Owens W A Carson J T Cherry and JF Watson DeadJesse Roberts ofappendi fjtn Both were taken to the Christian rotpropriate services conducted by Rev A J Pike the bodies were interred in the Brodhead Christian church Cemetery Both belonged to the Baptist C urchHon R C Warrens son and Mr Birch f Iingto what the method shall be to de cide whether Hon R C Warren or Hon G G Gilbert shall go to- ongress next term Both of the aspirants have many warm friends here14Ir JK Brown from the oil fields of Pennsylvania stop ed off here while on his way to ihe oil fields in Knox county Why should we not have oil in our fields The prospects are as good inottuclcy any and with snob glen as we I have who have undertaken to develop our territory no one need fear but what they will be treated squarely The Sunday school thetscerely hope that she will soon be able to take her place with them areamakingthe way of the lawbreaker hard We would say to every citizen either get on the side of law yourstandis bad our officials are not resFon lawabidingadVilla Dunn and Mrs K B New andoffriends In Garrard county anticir 10 patcd the verdict of theSC demo crats in taking himself o tof the Senatorial race Republican promises of Isthmian ofeConb ress biddair to be likeso many other promises made by that par y t 1J6fJO bAtlIThe L H St L hIeildersou Route are preparing to do a large excursion business frpm July 31st to August 12th thetnew a u tau q u a Nothing like it has ever come to- Kentucky For twelve days the very best and most attractive Chau tauque features are to be placed in e beautiful Seven Hills Park almostirailway Every good taste has l been catered to There will be popular lectures by Gen Gordon Gen Wheeler Dr Mac Arthur Gov Bob Taylor H W Sears rs Rorer of the Ladies Home Journal Miss Ellen M Stone the ransomed missionary Lieut Hob sort Dr John MacNeil the Scottish Spurgeon and scores of others and every day and ever evening be given a series of the most lightful entertainment consisting of everything from slight of hand lassItures Partners and their families will be especially interested in the corning of John M Stahl Secretary of Congressnever b a great nic display will be given by LaRoses electric fountain two feet larger than the one shown at the Worlds Fair Remember that the Henderson Route the most popular passenger ne in Kentucky will give you and complete information about the additional features of this assembly through any of their agents or you can write to the Superintendent of the Chaulauqtn W G Archer Owensboro Ky specialbooklet PririlegesAlso to L J Irwin General Pas senger Agent Congressman Roberts of Mass has secured a sufficient number of republican signatures to demand a caucus of the tariff revision beachion the anxious This is a peaceful nation Ifyou doubt it lookat our 100000600 army appropriation indour 145 000000 pension ditto The most warlike nation in Europe doesut spend that much a year for military purposes l preserves Ota a JelliesII 1PJE REFIIED- PARAFFINE endgthofaFi ti Sold everywhere 3 STANDARD OIL COI A Good He3rtedI or in other words men with goodsound hearts ire not very numerous The increasing number of sudden deaths from uhdally chron icled by the- press is proof oi thcalann- mg preva lence of thi- sdangtrous complaint and as no one can foretell just when fatalcollapse aIwill occur lecting treatment is certainly a very risky matter If you are inleftpitation unable to lie on side especially the left you should begin taking MilesIfeaitCure11 JAKTeamerofArkansasCity Kans impossible I nor rest MydecHnezvas rapid in l t realized I most get help MilesHeart I believe it saved my life Dr Mlles Koznedios are sold by st1ldruggista on suarantcc Dr Miles Medical CQ EHh tJJitd f 7r iy i ARE YOU DEAF 1 t ANY HEAD r OSES ALL CASES OF D Af JESS OrR HARD HEARING Af E OVi CURABLEby our new invention Only those born deaf are incutabiet titAD N8E CEASE klValw3 EDATElY F A WERKlAi OF BALTIMORE SAYS GAL TIfOT 1 lL Tareli y Igor Gentlemen Being entirely cure of deafness thanks to your treatrtieu I wilt now give yea n full historv of tit caso to txj usci at vor About flee years ago iny right ear begrii to sing and this kept oa getting wore until I lost my hearing m this ear entirely I underwent tl tretttl1 tt fer catarrh for three montlu without mv success constltcd n umber or physirirots among other tIe nurt emil1lut ear speciali4tof this city who told ntr chat only an ojeratipit corl l help me and evra that wily temporarily that the bcntl noises would then cease but the hearing in the afioctcd car would h e lost tocver I then saw youlrrtiement aecki ally in n Nets York roper and ordered onrtreat meet After I d u4etl it oulv a iete ct t t orsing to your direction tin oia ceaeedand today after ihe weeks iny Jjenriivr in UK cd ear been entirely restorcti I thankyou- htnrii1 and besr to remain ry truly ymr F VERM X OS Broadway Baltimore Md OW ilCatlRJ3Jit cloCS iU ZueiTcifi triih uoitr iimttl occti nation advice frcYOU hAii CURE YOURSELF AT H E uunlhlJlost SGKr QfJAL AURAL GLIKiQ 598 LA SALLE AVE CHICAGO iLL MONEYGOES FUJ THeJritt the store of Y KRUEGER SONS Mt Vernon Ky THAN ANY OTHER STORE in ROCK CASTLE o Piece goods house New shopIvornby the peo bigStoreTrade IOUR FIND II NEEDED LINE OE GENERAL MERCHANDISE aisIIplaceUS and get low prices the Big Brick next the post office near railroad crossing r CHAS C DAVIS The Place to Obtain Fresh Drugsjc ALSO Patent Medicines of all Kinds Perfumery Stationery Toilet Articles CIGARS AND TOBACCO Paints and Oils PRESCRIPTIONS carefully Compounded all hours day or night JUS4 Received Fem Factory HAT SALESMAN r r f l ta i of in our is L1 of in to at A COMPLETE LINE OF THE SHIELDS HATS EVERY ONE GUARANTEED BY THE MAKER Latest New York Styles A n n f IrUNULAK rKtuc C H FRITHiBrodhead ySOLE t GETS I 1on tThkc Pills cure constipation by agitating the bowels but regular action cannot be secretes enough bile to make the Unnatjexecute their natural functions ural agitation caused by cathartics 11 compels continual and increasing doses to am attain the results ft acts on the liver cures Chills e and Fever and every form of i Malarial Bilious Remitting and Inter mitting Fevers and by going to the seat of the trouble works permanent cure FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE r It Chas Cv Daitis Drugstore J i r liit Vel nOn Signa 1tVHJ ow Ky 1fAZ i6 ga2 J LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE R RCo JTIME TABLE 24 xtortli 1105 a 26 north 112 a 23 south n 200 p iv 25 South 148 a JAS LANDRim Eateredatte leejendclc PERSONALS 0 j W C Mullins was here between trains Tuesday R L Jones is row located a Bluefields W Va John A Mullins was up from Livingston Tuesday Sam Mason the Madison stock dealer Was here yesterday Col R M Johnson was hera jcsterdayon legal business parksIvilIe Quitea number of teachers are present to take examination today and tomorrow Mrs Gran Adams returned yesterday from a visit to friends s and relatives at Livingston Ernest Ewers left yesterday for Louisville to take a course in the Bryan Stratton Business College Misses Fannie Mullins and Mary Pease are at home from the Massey Business College Louisville for a few days Elbert Hansel writes from Bed ford Ind that he is well pleased with his new location and getting along nicely Miss Margarite McCiary spent Friday until Monday with home 4p folks Sheds getting along nicely 1at Hamilton Mrs jonas McKeuzieaud littler sot Rob went to Rowland 5Ved = nesday to visit the family of Mr John McKenziecMrs Gus Staverson and chil dren left Wednesday for Pennsylvania to several weeks with t friends and relativesj J J Ping Willie Krueger Den McClure E T Fish and Victor Tate are spending this week ona Rockcastle river Jishingra T J and Geo D Pennington left for Wilton Knox county Sun day night where they will engage in contracting and buildingt M L Denham A C Sow der J J McCall W C Mullins Shannon McKinuey Charley Burnes and Lloyd Maret saw the circus at Stanford Monday Prof A E Ewers is In Louis vine He took with him his daught er Miss Gladden who will spend the Summer with her grand parents out about twelve miles from the city S C Franklin our jeweler was was in Brodhead Tuesday and Wednesday fitting glasses and doIing watchand clock work will visit Brodhead every twoI weeks LOCALS m 0Beasley and Hayes Stanford Ky is the place to buy your new carpets apr utf FOR RENTA dweling on South side Main street A verb desirable place Call at this officeIHugs Carpets Matting andJ everYthing found in a first class furniture store Also a lull line of Undertakers goods BEASLEY HAYES v prji tf Stanford Ky r W B Whithhead lost 75 panels cf fence and quite a Jot of timber T5y fire Sunday Near Cove schoolhouses fire was raging yesterday 3 but tve have been unable to ascer tainChow much damage don- eNorrlcEII r will do any kind of carpenters work in county Plans and estimates made and satisfaction guaranteed Pnc perdayi25 Respt Anatiy 23f TOl PENNINGTON i + Mt Vernon Ky f f t 1r Marriage license were issued to 0 Fields glut Miss Lynda obi- usDrniTr on Wednesday Shad Bullock c- vhatu to sick for sometime died last Snndrt3 MONDAY 1XTThe Laurel Circuit Court will convene at Lon don next Monday To INCINNATrThe L 3r N frill sell tickets to Cincinnati ton h trJpnAV Carson the Britdhea- ni painteilheautifying the residence cotat of paint SorDMr S H Martin sold at Stanford Monday rX shares of Lincoln County National Bank stock at fio W M Pointer began the xvpod work on his new store room Mont day W A Cox E A Herrin an George Proctor are the carpenters STOLEN Some hungry soul or souls entered the smokehouse o Mr A T Fisl1of Vildie last Saturday night and took six large sides of meat DEADLevy Burk an aged cit izen living near Maretburg die Tuesday morning of Stomache trouble and was buried Wednesday at the Baker burying ground A special train carrying Mr E E Snyder the new superintendent of the L N passed through SunIday Mr Daniel Breck whose place Mr Snyder takes goes to St1Louis as superintendent of als at that point Mr J Henry Fish has given room on his bulletin for the follow ing notice To whom it may con cern Better bring my testers back the Lord might forgive you I not better hide out when Gabrel sounds his trumpet fhethat weighed 9 pounds for which he paid 63 cents After two day confinement she dieda natural death which Mr R can account for only in oue jSilesold to that Lebanon Junction commission man Dr D McDonald Synodical Superintendent for Presbyterian schools and churches of Kentucky J A was here Saturday to discuss and make arrangement with Prof Ewers his next years work which in the addition of an assist principal Dr McDonald is now making preparation to havea large dormitory erected at Man beleives1thathe wil be able to supply the Mt Vernon school with this same kind of a much needed additiont SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVEN TIQNbriie Roekcastle County Sunday School Convention will meet a Wildie on Sunday May 25th PROGRA1It10 a m Song Service 1015 a m Devotional Exercises conducted by Rev A U EwersJa m Delegates a m Appointment of Com mittees and County S S Evangelist u a in Relation of Sunday School to Church A N Bentleya 1120 a ni How to secure betterd Sunday School Miss Ellen Butner 1140 a m Should the Sundaya School go into Quarters J R Stuckey oclock adjournment for dinner p m Song Service 2pUObject of Sunday School- Work Rev John Cnrmbal 215 p m Sunday School as a Character Builder Rev Green Fish 23o pMn Importance of pa attending Sunday School u Rev StInnettcprin Report of Committees Of3I5Eficers and next place of meeting 330 p m Adjournment eThis onventinisto be a union gathering of all the Sunday Schools bee served foraIL Everybody isin vited DAVID jHARTS IELpiv- V j iastorWildieOiiurchrJt i wt i The following notice from tlg pen of Miss Elvira Sydnor Miller jin the Lcuisville Times will mi doubtedjy be lead with interest by those friendly to the order of Elks here and elsewhere A pretty incident showing the good done by the Order of Elks was told me recently An elderly woman the mother of a prominent Elk of this State wished to make a long journey West to visit a married daughter whom she had not seen for years Her son had been vet comntunicatecd ill and was not well enough to ac tj way West and they responded nobly From the time the aged woman boarded the train in Ken tucky until she stepped off the plat form in her daughters town sh was escorted and cared for by theJ Elks along the way One met her- at every stopping place saw to her comfort and safety and handed herIover to the next brother on road west It was a beautiful illus whichdinspires and recalled the famous song by Moore which tells of the young and thfe gor geously arrayed tier sole defense being the honor and pride of her chivalrous sous And this little reIofwas driving along a country road one dark night with gentleman when the lamp attached to the vehicle went out It was necessary to stop at wayside tavern to rekindle it The gentleman with her hesitated especially when he saw a crowd of coming down the road Sud den1as they got close his face cleared I can go in to the tavern and leave you here in safety he in said to herItthese men are all Irish Was there ever a prettier is compliment to the chivalry ofan er Irishman than this s fo1Hello Central JJtiW C Mul ins and Shannon Mc Stanslardt Hill is visiting her aunt Mrs W R DillionNels GrifJ sJson daughter Mrs John A tMullins I1Trs Nn i ir ID101itcr t siei he dauglitert IrS Charley arnsh a t Middlesboro last weekMrsGeorge Reynolds returned home Wednesday after a visitwith rela tires at Brodhead Misses Ellen Wilds Myrtle and Bertha Chewn ing and Annie Hayes visited Mrs J Sams Saturday A Mr Evans of Richmond was here Tuesday having some dental work done by Dr LucasRoy Mul ins returned home Saturday from- a trip to Jackson countyMrs- A J Sams and daughter Mrs W H Carmieal were in town Sun in Samssrs rapidly Mrs Maggie Martin and little son formerly of Knoxville Tenn are visiting lice mother Mrs Pat QcSunbankJohn A Mullins is having his painted this tveekTherew- ill be a Contest at the Presby eveningtmission bets The contest is forj benefit of the Sunday school and everyone is cordially invited at 111FbraeJBlackE Singleton George Chil dress of Orlando and Miss Mattie P McFerron of Pine Hill who were attending school here have returned homeWalter Bowers operator at Sinks returned to his home ParksviJle ruesdayDr W of Childress was in Louisville Fri or ay and Saturday and while there purchased a compressed air ap of eratice for the treatment of nose nd throat troubleJ L Kelley Harry First Asst Supt of R M S Cincinnati Chas O Bryson Russell Dillion and Bill Mullins were a jolly crowd up the river Sunday Jim Walt Billion and Jim Houk went to London Tuesday to see the show J E Singleton left for Jackso- nTuesdaYMrs Susie Barnett iMuiss creek were A own shopping Wednesday Mrs Pettit grandma is visiting her granddaughter Mrs Mary Robison at BereaMrs BN- Roll r returned home from Louis it vine Tuesday morning Mrs Mahala Carbon and little Bertha Hix are visiting at Mt Vernon t1illlion Jim little Lewis and Lynir Eeal visited Mrs T J Ballard on Big Hill Sunday aiid XTpiiday Hejiry King o PTyincoin county J t f I S 6 r = ebrother of Mrs E Fishback is here on a visit Dr and Mrs Childress and little son Verner Brown are visiting horaefoHcs at Orlando for a few days Mrs Matilda Woodall of London and Mrs Mary Gentry of r Iaretbura were visiting Mrs Ed WoodalMast1 passedfto his home at Middlesboro J stoppedherehome from Jellico Miss Maej Magee is rejoicing over a new pi ano She has made considerable progress in music lately and bids accomplishedfen- tertained Mesdames Linehan and Redd Farley and family with a VednesdaYAAemerry crowd of young folks were fishing Saturday Misses Bertina Mullius Maggie Sambrook Laura Greer Pearl Cavell and Mrs Mary Mullins and Joe Dickerson COIn posed the paryMrs Cooper Land Mrs Magee made a careful interestrofa private school Some thirty subscribers were secured which probablenowfor the purpose and the outlook is certainly encouraging for a first class schoolHeartfailure was the verdict in the case of Thos Tucker aged 65 who was dead in bed Tuesday foundI was from Williamstown county and had worked for Bowman Cockrell for several years Mrs Synipson and daughter Miss Elizabeth Sympson of Pine Hill were guests at the Sambrook Hotel Wednesday Uncle John Smith and the wife of Prof Dicker son are on the sick list this week Drs Lovell and Childress were consultation with Mrs Bob Payne the first of the week She a very sickwomanDr Coop was called to Hazel Patch Sunday to see the little daughter of W T Brooks who was ver- ysiclJim Tucker Redd of Crab Coopersfamily Presbyterian church Monday evening conducted by Rev A J Pike of Brodhead Mr Pikealso held services at Calloway Sunday evening Quite a number from attended among them were F Cooper Mrs Sue Mullins ohn A Mullins Mrs Poynter Dock Oliver Roy Mullins and ot- hersRev McCready of Win hester will hold services morn ancLevenit gat the Presby- erian church 1 a filietb5th 1 i s RELIGIOUS w Easte tide will end May 24 The Transylvania Presbyteries- met at Danville Tuesday J Pierpont Morgans imported Bible is valued at 45000 The general Association of Baptists will be held at London early June This year is the golden jubilee year or fiftieth amiiversity of the establishment of St Josephs In finnary by the sisters of Charity Nazareth The London District Conference and Sundayschool Conference will meet at Irvine June 58 The opening sermon will be the night Wednesday June 4 Rev David Hartsfields subject the Christian church Sunday The memorial supper Where shall the sinner and UnGodly appear at 3 oclock mat Stayersons gr veoTn fluence of Christianity A preacher says that a witness answering as to whether he knew any desecrations of the Sabbath not replied Yes I know of 16000 men in this State employes the railroads who arerequired to work seven days out of a week But the foreman of the jury said With that we have nothing to do The railroads are protected in the desecration of the Sabbath by statutory provisions what we want to know of you is do you know of any boys chasing rabbits on unday Ex oy POINTER FOR INVENTORS 0rIfyou wish your patent business properly and promptly done send to SWIFT St co PATENT LAWYERS opposite U S Patent Office Washington DC They have no dissatisfiedjclients Write I for their confidentialletter a postal card will bring itiahdr it 11laybevrthll1rne to TQU See thejirr advertisement elsewhere ilJ giD t f 1 y dt r 2ptIo ==itl OV1iiA Kev Heavy Pairs Meas and Ladies Shoes 7iI1Sell at V d 4 V i 25 to SI5 Now at 90 cents and up DONTNO IIfhCGreatly Re xNote the RedUCtiOl1Sf Mens Shoes Regular Price Fail to Come While these Shoe Bargains are offered a Goods and give prices and you can this SHOE BARGAIN Sale Your trade is Solicited C H FRITH Brodhead Ky HorseShoe Brands GRADEFERTILIZERS BONE MD POTASH Grade No2 1 per hundred CDRN AND WHEAT Grower 1 20 per hundred Notes with G per cent and approved s able on or before December 2o 1902 will be acce by JI JI SMITH JI F rJA T- Brodjiea mr- kvJTHE B Nl OF fAT ThIL1NI MT VeRNON KYr c i OPENED 1900 r f tu CAPITAL STOCK 15 COS In C VILLIA1IS PRES JAS T ADAMS VicsPR2S- arFfERv L R CI ADS ASH R i lSHi ASST CASH 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live on farms are especially liabie to many accidental cuts burns and bruises which heal rapidly when Ballards Know Liniment is applied It should always be kept in the house for cases of emergency Price 25C 506 and roo at all druggists REY HOTJ- SEJBRILEIProp LONDON KY HEADQUARTERS for Commercial men Good Sample Room and convenient to Depot Rates 2 ooper day Tlie Veranda1j t Hotel JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR Stanford Ky Specially equipped for traveling men Sample room on first floor Bath rooms free to guests RATES 200 per day Hotel Frithif R L COLLIER Propr Located at the otrrBRO Y- i GOOD LI ACHED idfeetall Night Travel ilroad in Wlii furnish trains W M SCO MONUMCNTKRKS Brodhead Ky Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones ALL WORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVENI RA Penninj tofl D D S MD DENTST rKXV Cor Third and Chestnut Sts LOUISVILLE KY Vill beat Miller House Mt ernou during all Circuit Courts to write for our confidential letter before for it may be worth apIWe promptly obtain and 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Ineeds is why we say that Ayers Hair Vigor always restores color and makes the hair grow long and heavy s 1C31 bQme pit draffs If your druggist cannot supply youIsend us one and we will a a bottle Bo sure and give the name of your nearest office Address- J C AYER CO Lowell Mass- 11IT a VERNON DIRECTORY COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURT Fourth Mon day in each mouth- QUARTERLY COURT =Fii st Mon day in January April July and October CIRCUIT COURT Second Mon Mondayin temberIMT VERNON POLICE COURTI Third Monday in each month CHURCHES Services at the Christian Church Preach ing 1st 3r Stzndajs at 11 a ui andat 730 p Sunday School 030 a m every Sunday Prayer Meeting Every Thursday 730 pm The public are cordially Invited to attend all services DAVID IJARTSFlELD Pastor PresbyterianHolds services on the 4th Sunday morning and evening Methodist will hold services at the pres- byterian church on the 2nd Sunday morning and evening in each month Baptist Churcht Services oa the Third Saturday night and Sunday Sunday 3ehool at 9am every Sunday Prayer Meeting Tuesday nights MASONICIAshland Lodge o day 10 A m SrMT VERNON It A CHAPTER No 140 MEETS every FOURTH MONDAY at 2 p m MACCABEES KO T M Tr1rXo 21 meets every 1st and and Monday at 730 p in JAS E HO UK Coin J J PING It K- PROFESSIONAL C C Willieftns ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY OFFICE On 2rd floor of The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church streetSpecial attention given- to collections M L MYERS Dentist MT VERNON KvI FIRSTCLASS WORK OFFICEIn the Krueger new brick PHONE No 38 Miller House W J RIDER PRO- PRHeadquarters for Commercial Men BSTPorter at all trainsa THE FINE HARNESS HORSE JOHNWill make the season of 1902 at my stable 34 of a mile East of Wildie and will be permitted to serve mares at 7 to Insure a Living Colt Money due when mare is known- to be with fold or is traded or parted with A ids will be relaincd on the colt for the season money Care will be taken to prevent accidents but no responsibility should any occur DKSCIUVTIO AND PEDIGREE JOHN- is 16 hands high Black and fine size weigh iuij 1200 pounds Jfe wassired by a Belgian horse his darn being a Canadian He is in fact nit all purpose horse THE FINE JACKI IBill WaJkerthe season at tIe same time L3 to insure a living colt Terms as to season money same as on th tvitrim1portedIlle hJ Compromise he by1 ippecanoc lie b Black Wai rior Copt Todds 1st dantby Jim Porter 2ud dam by the Castilian BILL WALKERS 2nd doer unknown Catrou ltfi1 1 0 2 = j 0 EXTRACTS FROM HON G G GILBERTS SPEECH DE LIVERED IN CONGRESS APRIL 21ST And General lumston tells u that there is no more war in th Philippines than there is in KenJtucky W ra comnleuary that is aP of the A iiiistratuon to keep 60 0 soldiers at an expense of more th- aI hundred millions of dollars a IIthfreKenllIneeds no defense from such a wan ton slander as this to those who know her history Did you Know that Kentucky was the first State in the Union to establish a general system of common schools under which all of the property of all the people was taxed for the education of all the children Kentucky was the first State in the Union to clamor for the free navigation o theIwas n the Union to demand reparation and apology for impressing Ameri werelagitate the necessity for the second war with England and when thewar carje her soldiers were the first floatIrivers to New Orleans and but for the soldiers of Kentucky and Ten nessee General Jacksons great victory at New Orleans wouldnever have been achieved Kentucky was the first State in the Union agitate the gradual emancipation o the slaves and to urge compensation to the owners instead of war For more than a generation the great Commoner Henry Clay stood upou the floor of this Capitol and with one hand upon the shoulder of the Northern abolitionist andwith the other hand upon the shoulder of the Southern slaveholder he beggedforKentucky furnished more soldiers- in the Texas revolution than any State in the Union and was the only State that had as many as a regiment of soldiers at the great battle of San Kentucky JacintoIIn the war other State in the Union and it was a gallant young Kentuckian who scaled the walls of Chapultepec and planted the Stars and Stripes above the palace of the Monte zuinas The first steamboat ever seen in the world was invented and constructed by John Fitch who was a Kentuckian and who now lies buried at Bardstown The greatest American ornithologist was James Audubon a Kentuckian whose studies and illustrations of birds are the admiration of every civilized country The finest piece of statuary ever seen in America is the Triumph of Chastity carved by Joel T Hart a Kentucky sculptor The finest portrait in the Corcoran Art Gallery is a painting of Henry j paintIterCharles Sumner himself sin art critic said This must be the work of Rembrandt for no Ameria can artist has attained such excel lencetThe greatest lawyer who has sat upon the bench of the Supreme Court since the death of John Marshall was Samuel F Miller whowas first a Kentucky docto- and then a Kentucky lawyer befor- lee moved to Iova The learned and classical opinions of Chief Justice Robertson of Kentucky have been read with admira tion and followed as precedents in all the great courts from Washington to Westminster Hall Time first successful operation ofJovariotomy was performed by Ephraim McDowell a Kentucky hipIJOllltperformed by Dr Brashear r Kentucky An account of thes refreshedschools of Paris Edinburgh and ITheoriginated on the Western Hemisphere was founded and promul gated by a Kentucky preacher Alexander Campbell The most learned and eloquent preacher the Presbyterian Church has produced Jhmost gifted pulpit orator the Methodist Church has seen since the days of John Wesley and th hygreatest orator he ever heard was Chimost learned Hebrew an 5e t thcologian the Baptist 1- md i Church can boast of in America was theRevt John A Broaddus of Kentucky The great historian of the Roman Catholic Church the- man who wrote the plendid reply to Daubignes history of the Pro Archeof Kentucky There is no State in the Union 1with a better and cleaner record scarcelynthe bfewlawless counties iu the moifntains hopelessly dominated by the Rti ublican party Loud applause the Democratic side No State of equal population has fewer suits for seduction for seam der for divorce for criminal cut Versation for libel or other oii tenses against the personi Norarsoniforagainst the rights of properly In many counties the jail door stands ajar without an occupant grand juries meet and adjourn with rout returning an indictment I venture to assert there are more crimes committed in the single city of Boston or Cincinnati than there are in the whole State of Kentucky A single mob in Cincinnati burned the courthouse destroyed the re cords and burned and destroyed more property than all the mobs ver seen in Kentucky morninginmen women and children were tied to the stake and burned to death as witches No such horrid crimes as these ever disgraced the annals of Kentucky In Kentucky the negro is pro rightsfWe have fewer millionaires and l fewer tramps and paupers than any I State in the Union property is mere equally distributed everyone who tries live in peace and com fort and there is no newly rich class with ignorant impudence undertaking to lord it over the rest We are all poor and proud and the poorer the prouder All of us white folks are in this sense aristocratic alike No gentlemen there are no wars or rumors of wars in Kentucky Our politics are cleaner and better than they are in most of the States since we have put some of the leading Republicans in the penitentiary and have driven others to find refuge beyond the Ohio But there is still in Kentucky a wide gulf which no man and no j woman can cross or wants to cross This gulf separates the white people from the negroes and no cul ture no ability or refinement or public service can atone for a taint of color in the blood Kentucky was settled by men andwomen of dauntless spirit and heroic mold When Abram was called from Urr of the Chaldees to found a new nation in the Land of Promise he tookwith him his servants and his cattle and he found the laud flowing with milk and honey SPRING AILMENTS There is an aching and tired feel the liver bowels and kidneys thetdigestion impaired with little or no appetite no ambition for anything a feeling that the whole body and mind needs toning up The trouble is that during winter there has been an accumulation of waste matter in the system Herbine will remove it secure to the secretions- a right exit and by its tonic effect tissueseand give strength in place ofweak ness Price 5oc at all druggists BloodWe live bv our blood and on We thrive or starve as otirblood irich or poor There is nothing else to live on or by andetinual flow of rich blood This is health spiritsrno cheer no spring when rest is not rest and sleep is not slee we are starved our blood is poor there is little nutriment in it Back of the blood is food to keep the blood rich When it fails take Scotts Emulsion of Cad LverOil It sets the againmanwholewoman and simpleeyoudcicnrirtrccl Jf CIOTI- CaildruaPlt 4 r rtf1 sc III II Attention Good D essersIr j We Have a Good Thing andIWant Everybody to Know We have secured the rightIfor this vicinity to take orders L famous tailoring of w STRAUSS BROS Chicago AVe are now displaying their newest samples of Fine Woolens and everyone interested inI t rinspect conIsistingserges etc STRAUSS BROS make the kind of clothes you like to wear accurately tailored perfect fitting distinctlyabove the ordinary yet prices are no higher than you have paid for inferior goods They guarantee absolute satisfaction and with it goes our unqualified endorsement- We shall be glad to have you call and you will be glad youacame COX BRO J t 311t1 1 Ky eatam =g = Louisville JJervdersorv and St Luis Railway H omeseekers Excursion AT LOW RATES1 TO THE WESTHf Tickets on Sale Frst and ThirdTuesdaY5jn MARCH 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