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Ladies Shoes at from per pair. a Y icskSJ 3 EiES Brn Ml 1 (ill J- T.W.CJ.P.tTWW YfMl IUIHMIIflHmil BJ, ltMIMlMWWWttMMMItM.iMWlMiMl THE MOST SUCCESSFUL! ' 3 " - I 'THE MOST POPULAR v- FROIV1 DAN -' f 1 r EamB Bonds For ftDre BDDfls For BRODIIEAD 0 Les uiQTiey, , STORE IN ROCKCASTLE! jsaineipey. CRAB ORCHARD. iiaiirai...iif'irara-rra., BACK AGAIN TO DAN, THE GREAT BARGAIN GIVER IS THE MT VERNON MAN. A8M1D . t TO BERSHEBA, Holdani Stewart is visiting his Rev. Gibbs preached his first S. P. Gray, supt. of the reaiitr. father sermon here Sunday night JHU.V espectfully, Green River Developing Co., has Bridgeport, Ind May 1 8, 190: ,. t . .. 1. 5. ..1.. r4 ..I. Joskph Brown. bought the property, known as the Editor Signal--: Mary McAfee cottage in Stanford, As I have been in tin's State family thither about two months. I feel that I am streets and sidewalks ip in good aud moved his kTT On the Ottenheim pike about three sufficiently informed to give a brief Dr. shape before winter comes 7 in write-umiles from here, there I. S. Burdette and family spent a a bank, that hss been is a fire for Bridgeportof this place: as first, h'ritchette, of Dan-- g burning a beautiful little town is day or so in Crab Orchard Cash four weeks. lhere seem to be situated an the Vaudalia railroad, CMMMMMm:.... her sister, Mrs.Heron sold to Dauiel Hohnah"4l something Nathaniel Willunder the bank feeding about nine miles southeast from 700-lu- . W. H. Stark, steers at 4c son, Elbert, were the fire. A jsmoke emanating Indianapolis, it is a very pretty $ j of Livingston, was here WednesMrs. from the place is all that is visible farming country around here: land, day and bought a nice bill of goods in day light; at night a blue flame owing to its fertility and nearness Marfviill, Saturday and Suii- ifromonr enterprising merchants, can he seen. Rain does 30 K. J Smith aud family not seem to an accessable market, is worth day spent Saturday and Sunday with will bo d,.ne0 for yc, to got Into stylos and to extinguish it in the least. seventy-fiv- e to a hundred dollars MesJno. Cress passed through here per acre, and it is little that changes relatives in Preachersville 'rooils nt 2o to 50 nor cent reduction.. So wlieinnlBrod- the Brodhead Roller Mill is rolling; last Saturday With a bunch of hogs, (hands at that price. Dairying is a srs. Brent McClary and Albent head don't fail to visit our store. the Planing Mill is planing, and Mrs. D. , of Louisville, and very important industry, and a Hiatt, of this place, were in Mt. everything is qn the run J. her son. J. F. Ediniston, of Wash- - dairy with forty or fifty cows, worth Vernon Friday and Saturday takBoreing, Jr., left here Wednesday ingtou, D. C, are at the Beasley !r.bout fifty dollars per head, is not ing the teacher's examination....'. for Lexington. Mr. Borcing's conob- - 'a strange sight; and here, is also Miss Ida Parkerson visited Mrs. . duct and example is highly com House.. ...The G. A. R. will Tas. Tate, in Brodhead, Saturday. mendable and the people here, wish serve decoratiou dav Mav 30th. the nurseiv of Albertson & Hobs. aey ttXPect some good speakers, j which gives employment to fifty to MruJ,l. Adams aud wife were If you -c;hnn much success Sutherttaryaiidteveuty-'fiv- e halidsf'wliiieT suppose the guests of their daughter, Mrs. WXHfe-t1 ' S - to knew iuat wiu'iurnisu tne music.",.-.- .. we nau tne culture ot trutt plants is a spec Mrs. George Frith, Sunday.!'.. on F. Francisco. a fine raiir on the 20H11 which lias ialty, yet, one may see almost airy Louis George (colored)' who was John Fowler went to Conway revived vegetation, and people are seriously burned by falling into a LC) S.OO. and Berea to put up some tomb smiling, especially the strawberry kind of plant from a pansy to 0 kettle of boiling soap last week, is forest tree, aud while taking a view stonesfthat he. had made for some raisers recovering slowly Mr. Richard Mrs. M. E. Borders parties' in .lint Vicinity,,... ..The and Mrs. Emma Farris made a of the nursery, especially at this Branuaman, of Wildie, spent SunW. Mf and Secretary of Brodhead visit to Mrs. R. L. Collier, at season, aud btholding so wonder day with friends at this place...?... '!'-Nf.'Hful an exhibition of nature, assisted ' 'I Lodge, No. 566, F. & A. Mweut Brodhead, on Saturday last by the art of man, one will surely The infant child of Mr. aud ,Mrs., to Grab Orchard Mouday1 night to Mrs. Holdam of Halsey, feel an almost inexpressable grati- H. C. Jones is quite ill at this assist, the craft over there.. 'They is visiting her Stewart, Mrs. G. writing Madame Rumor says mother, W j report a very enjoyable time.ri''... DeBorde. who is very sick .. ..Geo. fication and will, most likely ex- we are to have a wedding in this claim; is not this "The laud of We are informed that there are vicinity soon M. Cress, of sp'vwal nnnlirniit. fnr thp fnll tprm Thompson, of Pleasant Hill, Mo., fruit, flowers, sunshine and prom- Preachersville, is J. here again this is making his annual visit to Crab ise," or if he does not, then he has of ourschool. It is to be hoped Orchard. He is stopping with lost all perception week, after another bunch of hogs. NOTniiss this .ald if you are needing a new that tlie trustees will give the mat Mr. G. H. Patten and wife, and and the sensitiveness of off without Mr. Cress has ransacked our neighworld is better csilir .Vfni'ilinrifliQn .. , nnvfl'iil'xv ml ... ..Mil- -. in Dnimvnl llillVlllUlUW. ter careful attention. It ist thoiight will be glad to have any of his old such. It is very interesting to note borhood so often in search of hogs ,, 111 UUIIV.1UI ,L-.......V. i 1.. He is 79 years the marked difference between that the poor creatures seem to refriends visit him. nfthoright kfflctof prices. ; Chcrf v.tho Brod- i tl-old and can step like a boy of 16, Kentucky aud this State, even gard him as an etismy, and when head merchant will gladly show you tho way to low prices. years experience proves to me tuat and for all I know, he, may be - they are aware of his presence they the primary teacher should, be the looking for Mrs. Thompson, No. 3, though they be so closely related- actually hide out and refuse to J, THOMAS CHERRY, farming is most all performed .with best' teaqher aud that they are hard but would not want him to know I ,,. Brodhead, ..Ky. ., machinery and often, 'when taking come after their daily foodt until Virgie Martin accom- said so tofind he disappears A large party Mrs Hiatt Stigall and a view across a plane and beholdpanied his father, R. S. MarTih, to haudsome sister, MissUlla Lawson, ing, maybe, a dozen teamsters with from this vicinity went to Lang-foV WABD Junction City this' week. ...There were here shopping recently WITHERS. Station Thursday ou a fishing arefnot so mauy loafers, intowu Miss Ella Smith is on the sick list, very nearly as many different kinds tour. Although not many fish of machines, I am caused to be' How this week as common. Mrs. J F. Pavnc'is on the sick Rev. T. D. iu.uuiii3 uicui:itc:u -- ui :. ; " l"al- so many people to the regret of her many friends lieve, such a scene would arouse were caught, all had a nice time i,t - Mrlist. A T ,a"""bc ' ttn'ir Vintw VJ ,1., J J. W. Guest is still going on the envy of Melvilln W. Fuller, and enjoyed a good dinner. The if UUUll tl nmwA ranc nrrrrA in? lmt.ittnr ATfc. Mrs. Matilda Cummins is no Cnmmius and sou Asher, of Mt. idle away their time, never trying a crutch, the result of a fall he got and to add to the "-- ""' j "!, " convenience, the ,.,, to raise anything and always howl- in Danville some time since better. M. Vernon, was visiting friends and ing about hard timesjf Go to work, roads, wnieh are piked or tuacad- - of Rmflhpn(, wiM, Krank Harper is visiting in relatives 611 White Oak branch last . ...... ...w... D. Green and wife, who went to raise plenty to eatit mid" times will Salina, Kan., about six weeks since, amised, are laid off nearly east-wePulaski. accident-l- y week ...MMitchel Mullins Mrs'.'Iucinda Hicks, have returned to his father, and 'and north ,outh. So when a per- -' Mrsl Mitchell Cummins, while shot Johuie Griffin last Saturday get easier L,arkin QUAIL mother of Hicks is resting contemplate going to Knoxville, ton has traveled t mile, he has.gone, slightly improved, is still very sick. Mrs. Eliza Mullins of this 0somewhere. fow John Tenn J. J, Hayes still remains very place was to see her sister Mrs. J. better, but is very job,' Mrs. M. B. Patteu wishes John Brown, Sr. went to Lin- Most have telephonic connections to ride a to express thanks to several friends, sick and his lecovery is very doubt- W. Lake, of Berei. who is quite Benton says it is no wheel Our marshal ..was called who interested thenselves iu re- and this, together with Rural Free coin last week. ful. sick, and also to see her.son, W. to, Copper P. II. Shutts is in Loudon .creek the fiVstihof the gard to her ad. in Signal in re Delivery mail routes, affords ready MUseSjRebecca, Lula and Pearlie G. Mullins, of DispiUanta Mrs. means for swift communications. terested in the U. S. court. fBray tspent Sunday with "Mrs. Euiley Mullins and little sons, Cecil week, to serve sumr?ionsm the gard to housekeeper, would'like to They Mrs. Ellen Baker visited relahave a stock law here and it Hoskins'CX'shooting BhtftonRoiue Graves. have them know, she has secured is very nearly as common to see a tives at Preachersville last week. and Ray, were to see her daughter, affray., and "Ftf Mrs. Sarah Payne and daughters Mrs. W. B. Sigman. of Wildie, last one of the very best pf house- fenceless field or yard, as a fenced R. E. Hamm was in Pulaski last were guests of Mr. aud Mrs.- Steve week keepers Josh Wilson, of Bee one. Mr. W. G. Mullins, of Kentuckians', excepting a Friday and Saturday on busines. Cash Sunday. Lick, was in town on Tuesday SPRING AILMENTS. Disputauta, was visiting his parents S. C. llerrin was in Stanford number of single fellows, are not Several from here contemplate jMr; amtfMrJftE. MulUns....VJfH? is an aching and tired feel- The ladies of the Baptist church, very numerous, but they seem to SatuJday, to see his brother. Ike, There attending the decoration al'Mt. Browa, of Levet GreetiT wasjin this will give a strawberry supper FriA ing; the liver, bowels :tnd. kidneys day evening the 23rd, at the- - old be considered as grand, as rare and the jailer. Pleasant the 30th. part lookiug for a' school Mr. H. C. Manning, of Williamsan affirmative answer to the ques Br Hv Cummins and daughter, Charles and Clarence Durham, of become sluggish and inactive, the Buchanan storehouse. , burg, visited our merchants iu this . . tion, "are you from Kentucky? Tl Mrs. Lula Mullius both remain in a Cruise, were to see their best girls digestion,unpaired, with httleor no generally insures one of highest vicinity Friday last, selling niedi- -' very critical condition. of near here. ...Deputy Sheriff!Gran appetite, no ambition for anything, CURES WHEN DOCTORS FAIL respect. cine. . JBorn to the wife of J. J, Payne ' White Oak- Mondav. and a feeling that the whole body Jacob Elder was iu Mt. Verndn While most all of the old settlers Mrs. Frank Chiasson, Patterou the 1 6th inst, a fine girl. 'Mother ' have accumulated a large share o Inst Friday and Saturday attending needs toning up. The son, La., writes June 8th, 1901: and baby both doing well. HOLDS-TIA CONGRESSMAN; and mind the County teacher's examination. fortunate or This section is tiouble is, that during winter, there "I had malaria fever in very bad this world's goods, yet. they seem Ed Albright and Mr. Carter were "At the end of the campaign," form; was under treatment by to believe "all men are created unfortunate, as vou mav term . it. has been an accumulation of waste equal" and are us'ing a good part iu this section Friday selling the but as soon as I stopped possessor of a citizen, i,wh6 has not writes Champ Clark, Missouri's system. Herbine will doctors, their medicine the fever ot their income toward preparing Osborne mowing machines. They matter in taking astyetfinishe'd gathering his lasC brilliant congressman, "frpm over- 'remove it; the secuie to the secretions I used a sample for a Home hereafter. The Quaker, made several sales. year'sjioru cropr work, nervous tension, loss of sleep a right exit, and by its tonic efiecc, wpuld return. G. A. Morgan bought of M. helped or Friends, is the leading church w6rldjwider"eputation. and costuut speaking I had about fully restore the wasted tissues- bottle of Hei bine, found it bottles, here and it is finite interesting, as G00CI14 9;;11. hogsat5Cts. Brown bought two Then me. White's JCream Vermifuge has utterly. collapsed. It- seemed, that and give slreugth in place of weak- which completely cured nie. I feel well as amusing, to attend their & Wilson bought of J. T. Brown achieved, a world wide reputation all the organs in my body wereout ncss rnce 50c. at an druggists. grateful to you for furnishing such meetings. Women, as well as the 25 soolb, hogs at about 5cts. . as being the best of alt worm de 01r oruor, Diu inree ,uoiues 01 ivieciric splendid medicine, unit can null- - "itn preach, and it is wonderful to It would teem to be time to.put jl Just as the people of St. Pierre stroyers, aud for its tonic influencefj teresting results est, rec0,nmed it to those suffer- - to note the Its-tha icw mpre ?floa ,wh.e" uch iiig from malaria, as it will surely manifested by them, and I feel free were warned of the danger from a on weatc ana uuiurnty cnuaren, as Bitters, made nie all right. ever; sold a stauucli epublicau as 'fJoeU Can- - - .,fllem. dh naturalizes the acidity or sour- best Herbine, 50c. bottle to say, while their tc achings may volcanic eruption the trusts have coiiiiter." JeOvers non stands up iu thp House and lit all druggists ness of the stomach, improves their over a druggist's not be agreeable, yet their every been warned of the danger of an r d of the officers in says that day customs and manners are such eruption of the peoples wrath. digestion, and assimilation of food, worked, menand weak, strengthens ,theirw.ucrvous system, sicklywometrgain splendidMiealth our navy are doing shore duty, andJ 'president Pahna, to'judgc by the., asto be a model by all who w ould The warnings were not heeded by n mostly duties which should be and restores them to health, vigor, f doesn't be christians. They also have a the first aud a great disaster overBitters.-Try..; ,'.' V, P. C. E. S . a W. C . T. U. and whelmed them. Will the trusts ionuerl ly civilians. Mill, tliey elasticity..of spirits natural to andjvitajity from Electric and thein. Only oc. Guaranteed claim Unit we haven't 'enough offic warnings, or will they ' Price 25c. at all drug- -' childhood. 'fn, which of course is all right, heed the to ...i. by all druggists. dfGHba. continue invite disaster? ers 111 the wavy gists. utni. .1 .. . Specia 9 cliv ilv Mi ri fft: itsfiw m B JOSEPH BROWN WRITKS FROM THE HOOSIER STATE. when it is right, but, like a great many other things, I fear there is too much formality and not enough VI en's Boys and !Se2SffiS&"iS,S; CLOTHING i GREATLY Reduced prieep jjeginning Children's Days. ;HK . p eclnesday yiay And viH0 moKe grand-mothe- r, This lasting W&"tafJS). bffi B-- j iVl en s Auits., coat, v.estand pants .B(?ys suits, &&6 mo 'oat - -- -- ( 'l.O Children's '" ve'staindpant whenit-iWilbrain- H I knee suits 50 cents to $1.50. Men's odd parits $2.00. 35 ce'nt's1 to I DO "" t & rsrrtTr. Ui W,SV'l ' I 1 rt 1 t. .:1- - L - A. T A A A. I ,, st -- , 111- - , - , . , Clark-wa'S'O- ir - I - ft. t, run-dow- n .i'. e 1 feiJ one-thir- per-.f;-,r- " -- '.,..,.. 1 . ijauumuaaiiMjrj: mi V .. visiting her sister, Mrs. B. F. at the Eight Gables. Mrs. Ida Rose has returned home from L,. Thompsoa was in town John R. Alcotn is very law with F. visit Tuesday. L. T. Stewart, ol Wil-di- an extended Dave with relatives, at fever. Lonijville. Parker and Miss Friday, May 23, 1902. Luther Jarret, of Brodhead, Josie Griffin, daughter of Ceph Grif-- 1 Albert Allen bad some fence and Sam Magee, of any old place, un, wiu ue marneu 1 nursaay May burned Friday. were in town Wednesday. Capt. Published every Friday by the 22nd, at the home of the bride. E. B. Drew is doing a good busiL. C. Smith, of Wildie, passed Mr. Parker is an L. & N. fire- - ness at Cooksburg now. EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. through heie Tuesday. G. M. Bal man Rev. A. J. Pike, of Brod-wiSam Metcalf will get his corn lard, of Mt. Vernon, and Conductor "CBU a temperance ir-- .i .. - . r r 11 nr.i lecture here deliver the 29th. Mrs. grouud broke next week $I.OO ONE YKAK May SUJSCRIPTION nesday. J. W. Stories, of Wood Will Pike, ol Louisville, and Miss Ike McCracken is building him stock, was the guest ot his sister, Viunie Pike, of Lebanon Junction, a storehouse at McCracken'. Advertising rates made known on Mrs. J. E. Singleton, Sunday and visited Matt Pike and family last Robert Nae visited his father, iu Mouda). Mr. aud Mrs. John Wil- week. application J. A. Prestou was visitiug Jacksou, Saturday and Sunday. liams, of Hazel Patch, were guests his mother aud friends, at the of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Woodali Sun- Glades Sunday. Tee Griffin, Dick Wade Brown was on Crooked II. II. HENX1N0ER, day. Miss Lida Cook is on the sick Hampton, Ottie Reynolds and John Creek a few days ago buying sheep. is a candidate for State Of Wayne county list. Wesley Jackson are fishing at Treasurer, kiibject to thw action of the Corn planting is about over and Dave Herriu and wife and baby, Cruse's Ferry. Phil T. Allen and some are workig over the first time. party. Democratic ot Quail, are visiting Mrs. Herrin's family, of Louisville, arc at their Joe Forbusb says he is going to parents, Mr. and Mrs. James summer residence at "Lettered "OLD HICKORY" CHIPS." "on the Hill." Mrs. James Rock." Mack Moore, colored, has marry as soon as corn is worked Argeubright was called to the bed- opened up J. A. Mullins' barber over. (By Our Associate Editor.) side of her husband, who is very shop. Mack is a good citizen. He Quiller Carpenter, of Madison, It may be that Cuban reciprocity sick near Jellico. L. & N. bridge run a shop here several years ago, was up buyiug hogs a few days siuce. will be the wedge that will split the carpenter finished repairing Bridge at the Mullins Hotel. Rev. 25, over- Roundstonc. Geo. F. preached a very interesting tarifflog. Albert Allen has the contract of Reynold aud wife have taken sermon at the Christian Church, Maclay probably did not appreci- rooms at the Mullins Hotel. Jacob Sunday evening. Dr. W.J. Chil- building the schoolhouse in the uew district. ate the free ad. given his naval Sambrook sold his property, store dress was called to Mullins Station, Sherman Cbasteen, who has been history by the House the other day. house aud dwelling, to the L. & N. Wednesday, to see a little daughter R. R. Co. Consideration $2,000. of Tom Mod Mullins, who is very going to school at Berea, has re'The Beef Trust doesn't seem There is plenty of work going on low with pneumonia fever. Hon. turned home to stay. very much alarmed by the alleged in town now. Mrs H. W. Rice is Samuel Ward went to Mt. Vernon, Rev. Smith, of Berea., fill his efforts of the administration against having her house painted, J. R. Wednesday, on legal business. regular appointment at the MethCarter is building an addition of a Mr. Walter aud Miss Bessie Mul- odist church Sunday. it. new kitchen and dining room, and lins. of Mt. Vernon, are visitiug Teddy threatens an extra session W. C Mullins is having a new their grand-parentRev. Combs passed through town Mr. and Mrs. of Congress if Cuban reciprocity fence made around his property on Ashley Owens. Mr. Ottie Rey the other day enquiring the way to isa't put through before adjourn- Main street, John Walton is having nolds and sister, Miss Bessie, of Rev. John Saulmaus. his house made new with a coat of Maretburg, are visiting their uncle, ment. Bud Nae was visitiug on Crooked paiut. Miss Myrtle Chewning, Geo. Reynolds, and cousins, Will insurance cotnpauies and the Uncle Ashley Owens, Little Mamie and Miss Bertina Mullins. Egbert Creek a few days ago and Henry The Bowman went home with him. beef consumers will have to divide Carter, John Howell and the little Griffin, of Maretburg, is here the son of W. B. Dillion are on the sick guest of his brothers, W. D. and Sain, which was very badly needthe cost of Atmour's million-dolla- r list. Miss Lena Griffin was much Edgar Griffin. J. C. Hocker made ed, has appeared to us again, someiire loss. better Wednesday aud was in the Sun thing the farmers arc glad to see. ' Even the most er is best of spirits. Her many friends a short trip to Pittsburg,Nicholday Rev. Geo. Becler, of Mrs. Chestnut, who is staying liable to become ti are anxious for her speedy recov asville, was here Wednesday and Solly Griffin, with her - ery. tion of volcanic held Catholic services at the resi- still continues very low. She has Mrs. J. E. Singleton is visiting dence of Geo. McCarthy. He also iug the papers. been down for several months. her sister, Mrs. Lam a Freeman, Christened the little daughter of There are a fe who is quite sick at Somerset. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mudd, Lucy Some 42.800 newspapers are rejoice to see an Sympson and daughter, Miss Eliza- Murrell. Livingston folks are depublished iu the world. The Unittion, but the wish beth, of Pine Hill, were the guests lighted with the telephone exof Miss Maggie Sambrook, Tues-d?- change, all except "Mother" and ed States comes first, and is far in will ever get. while on their way to attend she can't go down town very soon; advance of all other countries, with It ought to occur ta sdHHrhose the W. C T. U. convention at not until Hocker and some others 19.760 papers. Great Britain ranks who are constantly giving aavice to Nicholasville. T. H. Walker, an quit guying her. Still she would next, with 6,050. In Russia there are only 743 newspapers, or one to the negroes that they have already L. & N. inspector formerly station- not have one iu the house unless every 170,000 people. The Petit ed here, was badly hurt, Wednes- she'knew how to use it, aud won't been day, by falling from an L. & N. take lessons from an amateur. Mrs. Journal, of Paris has a daily circuBryan can train at Cedar Creek. Dan Quiuu B. N. Roller was very sick yesterday lation of not less than 1,000,000 William Jennings copies. never be considered dead as long- as and wife and little daughter, of visited Mrs. Quin's sister, he receives as much attention as is The paper which has the smalest BEE LICK circulation is the Imperial Review, aow gives him by the newspapers. Mrs. J. C. Mullins, Sunday. Rev. T. D. Mullins and family visited Edgar Gooch, of Albia, visited published for the sole benefit of the The extravagance of the republi- - relatives at Mullins Station, the his friend W. H. Barnes last Sun- Emperor of Austria. It is made up cau'rnajority is in a fair way to first of the week. Miss Helen day. from the translations from all the Mrs. Lulie- - Caldwell, who hasj principal dailv items in Euroneau make the appropriations of a single Singleton attended the Teachers - session of Coutress exceed a billion Examination at Mt. Vernon last been sick quite a while does not papers, and' the daily edition is three week. Mrs. Masrcie Martin made improve any. copies. of dollars. a short trip to Corbin, Thursday, W. H. Brown, of Preachersvillc, Friday. Green and Josh Wilson are buying a locusts have returning here The sevcuteen-yea- r made their appearance, but they Kiiby aud wife, of Skaggs Creek, bunch of hogs. visited Mrs. Matt Ford, SaturdayE. C. Gooch attended the teachcannot divide public attention with .-Rev. Mr. Ewers held seron vices at the Presbyterian church ers examination at Somerset Friday a much worse pest than we have and Saturday. trusts. our hands-th- e last Sutiday. He wa the guest of Mr. J. M. Chapel, of Kriger, is Dr. aud Mrs J. S. Cooper. Mrs, visitiug his uncle aud aunt Mr. and You can ranks your Teddy thinks of making a gift If , John Magee, Miss Mae, Miss Cora u loft as a glora and iu touch a wire by Billy, in exchange for the statue Adams, Mrs. Samuel Waid and Mrs. Jas. Brown. to using EIUIBKA liar, Mr. and Mrs. Green Reynolds neaa Oil. Yon raa of Frederick the Great, he should little Miss Alice Ward, attended visited Mr. and Mrs. Nate Gooch, luiethra its lutt twlca as lone M It not overlook a statue of himself in the Commencement at Lancaster at Albia, Saturday and Sunday. ordinarily would. this week. Mrs. Cooper enterThere's qaite a number of people the act of jumping on the trusts. tained Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Roller about three miles north of hefclfi and their guest, Mrs. W. H. Car-di- Lincoln and Rockcastle that have And now Minneapolis has a with an elegant supper, Satur- smallpox. scandal on its hands. day evening. Mr. Willie Mullins aud sister Indictments have been returned, Dave Griffin and Geo. Reynolds Miss Maggie visited their sister a mktllkopoor looklne necessarily mean but that doesn't dtt. Had pur, beavjr bodied ell, of captured William Casteel, one of Mrs. Jas. Reynolds at this place psolally vreoared to wit. that the guilty will be punished. from the Saturday and Suuc'ay. the prisoners who escaped uu (ha wtatasr. old STtnrwbsra Mrs. Betsey Cummins, the widow No feats for the public at the Stanford jail Sunday night, and la east --all ateaa. turned him over to Jailer Hcrrin, of the late Flcm Cummins, of unveiling of the Rochambeau Mad b; STANDARD OH. CO. who came here for him Quite a Preachersvillc, has come to make statue, in Washington. That isn't crowd of young people, chaperoned her home with her surprising. When did a republican by Mrs. Geo. Reynolds, went to Mrs. J. M. Reynolds. Mr?. Sarah Gastineau aud daught administration show any considera- Salt Peter Cave, Thursday, among them were: Misses Bert Mullins, er, Miss Lulie, of Middlesboro, who tion for the public? Bessie Reynolds, Nora Tubbs, was here with Mrs. Gastineau s, Senator Hauna plays ping pong, Laura Greer, Pearl Cabell, Mattie mother, Mrs. Nancy Acton during while Mr. Roosevelt goes high Heath; Joe Carson, Will Mullins, her illness, returned to their home jumping, on horseback. Hantia Dr. Sams, Bert Sams, Andy How- Sunday. ell After a short illness of heart also plays a little game iu which a is and others. Mrs. Thos. Lasley visiting Mrs. Anna Lasley at disease and nervous prostration, cjteck-boo- k figures and in which he Stanford this week. Miss Ellen last Thursday at eleven o'clock the got accustomed to winning. has Wilds, who has been attending spirit of Mrs. Nancy Acton passed school here, returned to Jackson into the great beyond. Mrs. Acton It is understood that Prof. county last Monday. Mrs. Henry had been a consistent member of who has been experimenting Browning, of Parker's Creek, was the Baptist church for a numbers at government expense and drawi- the guest of Mrs. John Magee, last of years. She leaves ten children ng1 a salary, having perfected a Saturday. Dr. Childress went to five sons aud five daughters of wireless telegraph system, will now Orlando Sunday, returned home whom all are matted except one resign, and sell that system to a with Mrs. Childress and little son and with their dear mother Verner, who had been visiting re- gone their sorrow' knows no bounds. private company. latives there. Mrs. Mahala Carsou God grant that they may be given General headquarters of the and Bertha Hicks returned home power from above to stmid their from Mt. Vernon Saturday. Chaa. irreparable loss. After services at Democratic Congressional cam Proctor, of Quail, is working for Good Hope church Friday after The above portrait is that of paign committee will be in Wash- the L. & N. R. R. Co., and is al- noon. by Rev, Thomas Smith, rhe Countess Mogelstud, of Chicaington, but the headquarters of the ready quite popular with the remains were then followed by a go, III., whose gratitude for the girls. Miss Pearl Mnllins is visit large number of relatives and friends benefit received from the use of executive committee, of which Hon. .... ,j n i. .:.. uiuyiiikf Dr. Miles' Nervine prompted ing her aunt, Mrs. Quinn, at iu niv. iMiuiJY u. ...:.... ifiuuuu, ait Ben?amin T. Cable is chairman, will her to make this statement: John Magee, wife and Miss that was mortal of the good woman be in Chicago. Mae and John, Jr., visited Henrv was laid to rest by the side of her "It ffords mc creat pleasure to add my testimony to the very excellent John Grant, the deposed Texas Browning on Parker's Creek Sun-- ! husband, who had preceded her to merits of Dr. Miles' Ncrrine. Although I ru past 80 years of ace I find it U.'S. Marshal. says lie was tired day. Mrs. W. H. Cardin and baby, the grave some two years ago to sooiues me tiretl brain, quiets the frri- Iwpatts lie rlcpltncfl to nledrti tli Marcaret Adelaide, of Corbin. were await the resurrection moru. nerves ana insures retlul slccu. vote of Texas in the next republi- - the guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. N. feel contented without a bottle itatec in tne Home." uratefully yours, can national convention to Roose- - Holier, the tirst of the week. liaby STAND LIKE A STONE WALL Christiana Maria. velt. Naturally, he is now a Hauna Margaret is a remarkable baby, be-- 1 Between your children and the Couutcs Mogelstud. man, aud pictures Mr. Roosevelt as ing eight months old and only tortures of itching and burning ".a scourge upon the country, uufit weighing thirteen pounds. A W. eczema, scaldhead or other skiu .to be recognized as a citizen aud Soward, of Mt. Vernon, was down diseases. How? why, by using is a nerve tonic aud strength-builddeserving that some of restraint to see his best girl Sunday Bucklen's Arnica Salve, earth's that starts right in should be placed over him until the Harvey Owens, of Maretburg, greatest healer. Quickest cure for health immediately. time comes for the people to defend visited his sister, Mrs. Steve Car- - Ulcers, Fever Sores, Salt Rheum, Sotd'by all DrutuUU. theinelve-- against him at the ballot son, Monday. Mrs. Nannie Bald- - Cuts, Burns or Bruises. Infallible Dr. MHos Medlsal Co., Elkhart, lndv M,M wpw. box." win ofBluefields, W. Vo., is heie for Pile, ,25c at all druggists. iwmn Mt Vernon Signal LIVINGSTON Par-jke- r, nniuniiijmi COOKSBURG 11 UJLJ.il.- - J '""' '"iSS" . arf Ynii OEAF? -- e, MMnm,A -- tfi IH ANY HE AO ll ALL. CASES OF fiiiP lliaufc NOISES? ' , :- n&AFRIESS OR by our new invention. OURAfcJi-fARE WOW thaw born deaf arctmcuiablc. Only 1 my Ufi cease, Mc-G-uir- e, but the henrltis in the affectcl ear anJ ordsfCtV yiW UCht. accidentally In I tutu ww your ndrcrttsementa few day ncconlns Vi" ,?liirVrttaiui Tllie noUrsccnJ. ntul , Meat. After I hid us.d It only cnumy rcnufcu. f tcxJay, after five weeks mvhearlu in the diseased ear has been try trur kaartiiy nd bee to remain Haltlmore, Mil. s. Broadly, RM AN( ,, - r. curl nfi.. "mZZ.. wor, ,Ul.., tatKtfiwi Kffi tia?&&& otar lffS. A. WERMAN, OF of . HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY. Debit entirely to your treatment. 1 March .,o. , jo,. will now untlt 1 1o and t!.U Ucpt on for M be if?. 7J0 Our treatment does not interfere with your nmtal occupation. ""-"j- 1 Car-mic- al attfcr- - - " YOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOME i .CLINIC, 586 U SAUE AVI, CHICAQO, INTEMMIONsl MWU MONEY GOES PURTtteR AT. VERNON, KY. fri the Store of THAN ANY s, KRUEGER&SONS. other storb CASTJuE, in rock-- ; u rHrupuijmx- patiiBId son-in-la- w fBey - y, PIECE of goods in in our house is NEW stuff No Shop-worand UP - TO - DATE. grapp mir polluters. LADIES latest styl Hats, nicely trimmed, ready to wear. LARGE stock Glass and Chin ware at very reasonable pricses. FURNITURE of all the various kiuds ranging from a Chair to a Bedstead, and liedioom butts, oak quality and nicely finished NEEDED by the people can be found in our big Store. We are not killing competition, for that is the "Life of Trade." WE are Aents for "Ohio Fanner Fertilizers." We handle all goods to be sold by a general merchant. EVERY Everything is away up in "G" and ou will miss a great opportunity to save money, if you fail to visit our OUR . LINE OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE over-advise- d. place before making your purchases. US and get FIND the post office,low prices in the Big Brick next to near railroad crossing. snsi?2r?n The Place to Obtain ALSO CHAS. C. DAVIS " Soft Harness bar-nllfa-ma- kalt Fresh Drugs; Patent Medicines of all Kinds, Perfumery, Stationery, Toilet Articles, CIGARS AND TOBACCO, Paints and Oils, hours, day or night. Phone No. 64. police- n, EUREKA bar-o- -bribery Harnm PRESCRIPTIONS carefully Compounded at all grand-daughte- r, m Tust Received From Factory COMPLETE LINE OP THE KI w-Sh- i EVERY TH aatATCIT HAT BAICSMAN HI H- iLkJtJ HATS ONE GUARANTEED BY THE MAKER Fess-eude- n, "mmr Nobility Latest New York Styles At Popular Prices flo AMUUA Recommends Nervine. C.H FRITH Brod head, Ky. m ' Aha-mon- t. m on't I ahe M 1 mils Nervine .1 er He ; bowels, but regular action cannot be secured until secretes enoue 1 be to make ih .Intestines . execute ine r natural funrr nn Unnat- ural agitation, caused by cathartics, compels continual and Increasing doses to me results. auuiii I -- 211 gx tfTheytemporarlly . the liver cure constipation v biiuiiti wti; acts on tlie JjVer; cures Chills and Fever, and everv form of Malarial, Bilious. Remittinf and Inter. mlttlng Fevers, and, by eoiRcto tfia stxt ot th. trouble, works permanent cure. FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE. i W " mmMmm At V'-- has. C. Davis' Drugstore -- 1 im ht Mt. Vernoo Signal Mt. Vernon, Kv., May 23, Phone No. 71). " "- In these days of advancement C. "fctapp, who left along all lines of improvements, 1903 There are 25 common law, J7 here some three otfour years since corporations, gas and oil companies equity, 15 felony and 82 misde- and moved to iLouisville, died Fri- being formed; we should not forget - "11 ' " ' l "" that one of the greatest factors in meanor case;i on the docket for this day last, of pectoris. the improvement of a community term of the court. The pay train passed through is a good school. Our College Laundky. The basket for the here twice yesterday within eleven which closed with such a successLebanon Steam Laundry will be hours, going in the same direction ful year's work a few days ago kept at Krueger & Sons' store in each time. How did it happen? should have the hearty support of I I loufrvtut & Nashville n.R.co. the future. all loyal citizens of the county. W. H. Herndon, of Lancaster, The principal of the school, Jir. COSSIE SUTTON, Agt. TIME TABLE. has 250 shares, 6 per cent preferred A. E. Ewers, has spared neither 1 lie scrimmage at Mullins Sta- telephone stock for sale. Proceeds time nor means to make the school 24 north 1105 a m tion Saturday afternoon was pro- to be used in the construction of a success. This has been done so 36 north 1:12 am new lines. Write him. far as we are able to learn, at a south 2!oo p ID nounced by some, to have been 33 financial sacrifice, as well as the 1:48 a in one of those "friendly fights" beIt seems like Ike Herrin's- pris- loss of his health. 25 South oners, in Stanford jail, got to be Ias. Landkum, Agent. tween the boys. Those who were present at the No. 58. Dkad. Dick Hayes, an aged and too good and pulled the whiskers commencement three years ago will Phons respectable citizen living on Skaggs over that clever man's eyes and remember the statement made at that time, "that the school had not t mo Creek, died yesterday KsUriJatth Ut. Ytrm.ii, My., morning. thereby gained a chance to break paid expenses by about $100.00." mall matttr ad'CU for tall timber Sunday night. Only The hurrial will take place The following figures will give the at Skaggs Creek church house with a short time after the escape it was result of the last two years, as we PERSONALS discovered by Mr. Herrin. In tew have secured them from the prinMasonic honors. hours one was captured at Cedar cipal of the school: Second year, Walter Mullins is in Livingston. Rugs, Carpets, Matting and creek, another at London Monday first term, amount received from Mr. J, L. Joplin isat home again. every thing found in a first class morning, aud the last but not least, tuition $419.62, paid out'for teachfurniture store. Also a full line of er's salaries aud running expenses The Rev. W. D. Gibbs was here Undertakers goods. the Rev. Castecl was found at Liv $449.55: leaving a loss of $29.93 yesterday. ingston Monday night. BEASLEY & HAYES, for the first term. Tuitions for the second term Smith Ping lias been suffering apr. 11 tf. Stanford Ky. Mt. Vernon has one of the best amounted to $566.10 and $120.00 hemorages. from His work in scholarships made the income The Mt. Vernon Band has sev- dentists in the State. Miuor Fish was in Louisville the eral members who have exception- has given general satisfaction and for the second term $686.10. Exlatter part of the week. al musical ability and are capable our people are pleased to see that penses for that term were $576.45, Attorney J. W. Brown was in of playing with any old band, or he is almost constantly employed making a gain of $109.65 for the second term. The year just closed furnishing music 011 their own ac- in his profession. Dr. M. L. Myers was the largest in attendance the Louisville Wednesday. is the gentleman to whom we have school has ever had, but the exMrs. M. Pennington went to cord. is Cincinnati Saturday night. To Lexington. The L. & N. reference. He is a ::ian that not penses were also larger. The refor self alone, but is a worker for ceipts for the first term were Joshua Borcing returned to Lex. will sell tickets to Lexington May The expeuscs were 26 to 31st inclusive, limited until enteiprises that tend to the up- $475.20. iugton Wednesday morning. $493.34 leaving a loss of $18. 14. June 2nd. at $2.07 round trip, ac- building of the community of his One hundred dollars of the teceipts Eugene Mullins is studying count Fairjand Carnival Knights of adopted home. Our county is for this term was from scholar-shopunder Dr. S. C. Davis. the Maccabees. pharmacy vastly benefitted by having such a The second of the year Charley MoKeiwie is visiting reWilliam Walker, representative man with us. Don't go away for just closed, the income a from latives at Lancaster and Stanford. of the Kentucky Marble and Granite your dentistry. Phone him at tuition $61 1.225 scholarships $175.-00- . making a total income of $786.-22- . Works, of Richmond, is a man 68 any hour and you will get what Miss Lucy 1. Brock left Wednesyears of age and has as nice a set of The expenses for the last term day for London to be gone a month. whiskers as any man, yet he says you want. were $733.27 leaving: a gain of Conn Brown is learning tel- that razor never touched his face. Wildie depot called Mt. Verno'n 52.95 for the term. In summing up the three years of the present under Mr. J. A. Landrum. egraphy A, W. over phonetSatutday morning and Remember the Old Fiddler's conCircuit Court .convenes test at the Court house Wednesday Monday. night. next our college: Dkad. a. Don't Rush! I M III ll Better Now iThaii Ever. 1 A Few Heavy Pairs Mens 1 MHBBaaraMBBHrMmanMi TKvl and Ladies Shoes. ?el1 1 - Will f rrt iJ 'T IVT i Prices Note the Reductions: Pt-iBic- to-da- y Men's Shoes, Regular Price $ijs$ to $150, Now at 90 cent and w,p. Fail to Comne Wliile thes e IJUFIll I Shoe Bargains are offere d A Trouble to Show Goods and give prices, anil you not afford tomiss this SHOE BARGAIN Sale. Your trade is Solicited. C. II. FRITH, can-iXV- J -- fi Brodhead, Ky. Horse Shoe Brands High Grade F ERTILIZERS BONE AND POTASH Grade No. per hundred. CORN AND WHEAT Grower, $J 20 per hunftretl. Xotes with 0 per cent, and appro v or before JJecember 2o, 1U02, will be 2,1 s. J, J. SJW1TH & J. F. rHv fHK y, payable on Sold by Miss Ella Joplin has returned from a visit to relatives in Mercer. Attorneys C. C. Williams and L. W. Bethurum wer in Jellico Saturday. James O'Rear, of Mt. Sterling, is visiting the family of Mr. M. C. Miller. Mrs. W. W. Grimes, of Lexington, is visiting her brother S. C. rFrankliu. Malcomb, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Lawrence is very dangerously ill. Mrs. Ella Franklin and Miss Lucy Coffey, of Wildie, were here ' shopping Monday. Miss Ida May Adams went to Nicholasvillc Wednesday to attend the C. E. convention. Ilolbert McClureis spending this week with home folks. Hob is one of Rockcastle's nicest young men. Mr. Jo Joplin, of Richmond, was here Wednesday, to attend the burial of his father, Mr. J. S. Joplin. Charley Henderson has sufficiently recovered from his attack of rheumatisms to be able to return to work. Mesdames Fannie Adams and L. W. Bethurum went to Middles-borougyesterday afternoon to visit relatives. W. F. Ames, who has been up in Harlan for few days, stopped Wednesday on his return to his home at Glencoe. Mr, W. A. B. Davis has accepted a position as traveling salesman, for The Western Tobacco Co., of Bedford City, Va. Jake Sambrook was up from Livingston Monday and told us he had sold tbelaud where his store ' house is situated to the railroad company. The consideration house. retained. , h $2,-000, . LOCALS tft Dou't forget the big circus Tuesday. Teets Bros', circus will b; here next Tuesday. and Hayes, Stanford, the olace to buv your new Kv , - aPr 11 tf. carpets. Beasley .is ..-- J., V J if - side Main, street. A ver desirable place. Call at this office Mitchell Mullins shot Johnie r Griffin through the hand Saturday, inflicting a very ugly wound. 4 tUptp will he a strawberry sup per in the Court house yard Mondavi night, proceeds to go for the bene n fit of the obuFau. ftS - For Rent. Adweiingonboutn I Our excelleut loreman, management, lost the first year Soward, was over at Livingston said: $100.00, gained the second year Sunday, visiting his many old "It's here." $69.72, gained the third year friends. He thinks Liviugston is, This leaves as a total $34.81. "Name it," was the reply. and will be, the biggest place in "Henry Btannaman," flashed in gain for the three year's work, the Rockcastle, and it looks that way. sum of $4.53. In other words answer. this is what Dr. Ewers has realized U. G. Baker, the merchant prince "Have you got it tied?" for three years work. Take out of this place, is feeling at outs with "No, but I have it cornered." the $495.00 that has beeu received manager lus friend the telephone "Throw him into a box car and in scholarships and we plainly see on account of a neat sell perpenat-e- d by the latter, over the wire. It send him to the Zoo at Cincinnati. how far the school lacks of being wont do to ask Baker to "test a "Can't do it. Railroad company selfsupporting. these wore in 2 pu The first year phone." refuses to receive such shipments." pils enrolled, the seconU year .12, Ktu.RD- .- James Hightower, who, Then it onded for that day, but and the third 137. We understand with Mr. Longmire operated the the Mt, Vernon operator, left for sosiehanges are to be made for Pine Hill mmes last year, was kill the woods next day when he heard the cooiiug- year. One is, an ased last Monday by the explosion of sistant teacher will be furnished the mmes at Col Creek, Tenn. Branuaman was in town with a Prof. Ewers. The school is mancarbine made 40 years ago- A youuger brother of Mr. aged not for the money there is in also killed. Mr. J. S. Joplin died at his homej it, but for the good it will do the There were 36 applicants took m junction city luesday evening people of the county, and it is for the examination last Friday aud about 8 o'clock. For several years this reason every friend of education sliould give this school his Saturday. Of that number 20 were given first class certificates, 9 second Mr. Joplin had been afflicted with a hearty sympathy aud support. class, 6 third class and one failure. very bad rupture, and a few days CONWAY The best grade was made by Miss ago, while trying to lift a very Mae Brown, whose general average heavy box, strained himself, which G. W. Shockley was here from was 95 necessitated an operation and Berea Monday,. W. T. Woodall Steve Ramsey the butcher, cap- owing to the weak condition of his called on his friends here last MonJ. M. Nave was in Nich- tured a giaut beetle by placing a heart, the lest was too great and day lamp over it. Mr. Beetle stood the never fully regained consciousness. olasville this week on business confinement but a few minutes, He was a son of the late Dr. Joplin Andrew Johnson was in Berea Monday. ... H.H. Wood and wife, then by a mighty Sampson lift the lamp was overturned aud there and a brother of our worthy towns- of Wildie, passed through here Sun..Mesdames. U. S. Berry were lively times thereabout for a man, Mr. J. L. Joplin, was once day the representative from this aud and D. C. Pullins were in Wildie while. G. M. Sig- Monday shopping Henry Bales has been employed Laurel counties aud a highly res- man was in Lexington latter part He leaves a wife ai attendant to Judge McClure, pected-citizen. of last week on busiuess. whose mind has been affected at aud several children to mourn their Mrs. Bettie Masou, of Berea, was times, supposed to be the result of loss. The burjal took place in the a horse some years cemetery here Wednesday after visiting her sister, Mrs. Frank a kick from Mr. Jones, first of the week ago. The Judge realizes his con- noon. Harvey Cheuault, of Madison comidition and is aware that at times, ou busity, his intellect is clouded. The Livingston telephone ex- nesswas here last week and Flora Misses Florence change was opened for business on Seveuteen year locusts have made the 16th., and subscribers there Jones, of Berea, who have been their appearance in the parks of and at this place, have full use of visiting Mrs. J. H. Sigman for Louisville. Their arrival over the wires between these points; con- several days, relumed home first Mr. Geo. Pullins, State will soon be due. In some versations limited to five, minutes. of the week past seasons, wheu this insect wa5 Brodhead and other points in the of Paint Lick, was here last week Mr. in the land, great damage was done county will be added to the list as to see his brother, D. C by them to fruit trees. They do quickly as subscriber's phones can Frank Parker was the guest ofD. Born to not take in the whole United States be placed, which the telephone C. Pullins Sunday the wife of Frank Parker, last once; one year they appear in one people are doing as fast as they at can, part, and another year another. considering the immeuse amount Friday night, an eight pound girl. year, KenAlso to the wife of Joseph' Lewis, The territory for this of work they arc doing in four night, a seven pound tucky is included. The much de- comities. It is the only company last Friday Misses Flora and Florence spised English sparrow is a great in the State that is giving service boy of Berea, were the guests of foe to these insects which they atsuch low rates'. It is through Jones, Mrs. aud destroy, with much de at efforts of our local manager, Mrs. J. M. Coffey Monday tack the light, millions of them and actually Mr. Maret, that we have a tele- Jsse Dykes was in Richmond Sunday to consult Dr. Gibson, account clear some communities of the pest. phone system at all. It was ar- sickness of her little daughter A recent visitor to our town on gued by many that Rockcastle was Thomas Berry, who has been conbeing asked as to his impressions a poor field for such an enterprise. fined in Lexington asylum for some of our village, said, in his opinion, Mr M. worked lo convince the years, has improved sufficient to Mt. Vernon was far ahead of many company to the contrary and has be with his relatives again Had good fought for past three years for the Your correspondent at this pUce places he had visited. npbuildiug of the system. The has notbeeu able to hear from churches aud a schools, people. He was somewhat company has promised him to James Hayes for some time aud surprised on a Sunday morning make big improvements' and addi- would be pleased to tell him that while atteuding church, when the tions this summer. What has al he is through sowing oats, and has preacher was speaking of future ready been accomplished has concluded to plant a little com. punishment, to hear the brass baud proved to be a great convenience How is old James T. J. Hayes will be a but and .is very valuable to our people. is moving along very smothly at strike up; time in old town tonight." Later The Livingston exchange has or- this place, and is well liked by 011 when the reverened gentleman ders for 16 more phones aud Mt. everybody, except me. was depicting the beauties of the Vcrnou asks for 15 more, and othhereafter, above, the horns ratUkfl ers to follow. It should be borne Sod Decker was fined $25 and off "Golden Slippers." "Climbing in mind that most of the receipts the cost m Squire KinleyVs court C'iviliittd are spent nghr here in our county the Golden Stairs" etc :nd not sent tu Nashville or olher (yesterday for carrying ccuccald communities "Uiendly don't Toceign points. weapou$. of these things . - Brod J ' " THE Bflffi OF MMKBW, KY-$15 s. m. CAPITAL 8T0CK. sC J2. VeRNON, OPENED 1900. 000 JAS. T. ADAMS, Vick-PrhA. B. FURNISH, Assx. Cash. DIRECTORS. Jonas McKcnzie, Geo. Livcsay, A. T. FMh, Fritz Krueger, Rod Perry, Vincent Borcing, J. E. Houk. We solicit accounts of firms and individuals. TCarelul atten tion is given collections entrusted to us. Our frieuds and patrons are invited to call when in town. Phone No. 35. -- WILLIAMS, Peks. W. I,. RICHARDS, Cashikk, High-towerw- as - GO TO- - 9-- "- JONAS MCKENZIE MT.. VERNON. KY. for iRverythiujj in Ai1" Bij Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, ana General Merchandise R 1LOWEST PRICES. BEST GOODS Phone No. S3. :i DANNIE OWENS UNDERTAKER. - Caskets, Kept in Stock. Coffins, - Robes Orders by Mail, Telegraph Promptly filled. cr Telephone Etc so BRODHEAD, KENTUCKY WILLIS GRIFFIN Practical Undertlcer .... and FUNERAL DIRECTOR. Mt. T?" TT fA&AJiflJwt Vomj, Ky. law-abidi- Aifl6iM?N. V. tnrlr VUllljJlClC JIUL11 OnmnWA ORDERS Jurnish Metalic Caskets FINE HEARSE- Attached. - Can and have Embalming done on short notice. Come aud see me, anything I have uot got can get for you ou 'first train that leave tie city. np-jrrov- e by Wire Promptly Filled. , Phouc No. 6$. . c x v v - For'Thosk Who Livk on KaTuis. Ijiui-raen- rjctfwscwwe!3ac. J? t . Ik you have any Mock you want to Mill' on fine pasture, iddress or No matter how long you ft call on GEO. V. GRIFFIN, have been ill, nor how Green Hill, Ky. poorly you may be todayj" - Statistics of the corn crop of the Ayer's Safsaparilla is the I wlfolc world in 1900 have been best medicine you can completed. They show thnt the V : take for purifying and en- RIL B United States produced 74 57 per cent of the entire amount, which F. B. Don't doubt it, put your n was 2,822,900,000 bushels. Austria-HungarI.ONDQN KY. , whole trust in it, throw conies second on the list B"IIKA.DQUARTERS for Comaway everything else. of producers with a total of less mercial men. Oood S.unple Room i.vj a d 11c. ah arcEKs than 6 per cent of the whole srop. ItMMPV and convenient to Depot. your doctor Iint lm tliluki M Aycr's U Ak Iln kiiuwtillulmttlilgraiiil Rates - - - - $2 00 per day. U truiarlll.1.inenlciiie. Follow hit Hdrka audi m Seventeen countries beside the nuilly t, m ue iui.iich. .. United States grow corn in marketJ. u. Aver, uo , i.owtu, .11111 able amounts. d Dr. Bcrgiti, of l'ann, III., writes: t; "I have usrtl Bnll.inl's Snow always recommended it to my friends, as I am confident there is no better made. It is n dandy for burns ' Tlioe vho live on farms aie especially liahle.to many bruises, accidental cuts, burns-auwhich heal rapidly, when Hallard'sj It Snow IJmment is npplied. should always be Kept in the house for cases of emergency. Price 25c. 50c. and 1.00 at all druggists. Ktxeaasuiits&zzsizr tf '"&.. V.., KWT w. ec li-li- . m m M' ljtaxtigCTMrtaT7rrr.rsa3sy . suffered terilhjy ami was'cx-- i tremety weak for 1?. yeais. Thd doctors said my blou.l va all turning to water. At laet 1 irw; I " ,;, 1 A ' Aycr's Saisapari!h. and wa3 soon It ' o feeling all t ajaln." Mrs. JVW. Finla, Hadivmc, Ct. Miinffiiiiwinii"! rrri mrri iirrjii""i t r J ( It is often nvKi ling, clues, , jlyi) Two , Fo'iV Sai.R. phjsichin$, nu jns't ftitilt, pjiys 20 ner cent', King's New D1'on .investmf'nt Ch'ip for c:inh ' llcii1- - , J" R COQi'KR, cuts out the h "' . Livingston, Ky. fected lnucu.. 'i 1. NOTICE, lug vxygfM ,i- - '1 fryyffiyyT'yrtnurtflrrttfr-,- ; ,Und, Stock iinc! Crop ' i '.I -- ...1-4 RHVliAf.SA (J I. ! .:. criP-tngc,s- ', SECRET. h v such startyti.le the best forled by Dr. 11 Hi-. LAI . m --- $;- M.t in .n m -. rv for ' Cou-sumpto- h. Attention.; Oood Dressers.! 'Kh Uc.vz n Good Thtoj- - and Wwi LV.crybcOy to Knov; it, y, ' 1 secret. ind germ-ihle-gn n v It 5 i I, blood. It hrt.i-- Haul colds and stubborn ('"in'1 'oou yield to Dr. King'- Discovery, the l most infallible r iur all Throat and Lung di.i-- i it iianteed bottles 50c and i.' Trial bottles free at all diii"." itnl worullnoat 'mi - n italize the !! iiiu'd, cough 11 s tin- - fl i havesccuud tlia osxUlsivo right, vii'juiljr to'icho'-OHliTa hii? ) Ti kW v.' STRAUSS 11ROS., ,N famous Chicago. for llio lailoting of "Wo h .' aro now '. W. J III display tnp tlioir ne vost camples HOUSE, RILEYProp, y -v ' and urgo everyono interested in good clothes to call and inspect them. We show NEARLY 5 0 0 PATTERNS, con-uisti- ng ds, Woolons of Fine 01 I The Veranda of Cod Liver Oil is the means of life, and enjoyment of life to thousands: men women and Is a greater power of digesting and assimilating food. For them MT. VERNON. KY. Dr. King's New Life Pills work and with it goes our unqualified endorsement. JOSKPIL.COFFEY, PROPR., - On 2rcL floor of wonders. They tone and regulate We shall be glad to have you call and you will be glad you ' . Ky., M t. Vet non , on Church the digestive organs, gently expel Stanford, The Hank of came. ' "'vt Specially equipped for traveling street. Special attention given all poisons from the system, enrich to collections. . , .. the blood, improve appetite, make men, Sample room on first floor. Phone No. 80. healthy flesh. Only 25c at all 'Bath rooms free to guests. ' -. druggists. Rates. $2.00 per day. M. If wisdom ruled the republican party Andrew Carnegie's offer to ''fAlnESBsssfassssxejsx Mr. Vkrnon, pay $20,000,000 for the Philippines,-iKy. the Filipinos were given indeR. L. COLLIER, Propr. First-Clas- s pendence, would be jumped at. Located at ll.o T.nt'JCmn. utmuii;CXf)w'M' Work. Of course New York's big coal o iis BRO not send for OFFICE In the Krueger new dealers were not trying prejudice If you havo Its tried It, taste will aarooable free sample, GOOD LI brick. , , the public against the strikers when auroriBoyou. t. Night Meet all .. . New York. 409 Pearl Street. ; an druggists. Piionk No. 73. they jumped coal $1 a ton. 50c. and SI. 00 r I: road H Travelii m A T Will furnish Hotel C. C. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW- Williams, , WHAT THIN FOLKS NEED CE. L. MYERS, ji Hotel Frith 1 Dentistj f jjB'd nVil FIRST-CLASS- 'WCHED hKky.- - children. When appetite 'fails, it restores it. When food is a burden, it lifts the burden. When you lose flesh.it brings the plumpness of health. When work is hard and duty is heavy, it makes !i'c bright. It is the thin edge of the wedge; the thick end is food. But what is the use of food, when you hate it, and can't digest it? Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is thefood that make's you forget your stomach. by far the largest lino in the country, of many exclusive effects in J cassimeres, Scotches, clays, serges, fW. STRAUSS BROS, make the kind of clothes you like to wear, accurately tailoiod, perfect fitting, distinctly above the ordinary, yet prices aro no higher than you have paid for inferior goods. Thoy guarantee absolute satisfaction If wor-r.te- cox Kv ,.,., endt oviisville, Jflenderson R-ailwa- . ommeseekers9 TO ML V6RN0N AND LjyiNQSTON Excirsioi W. ivl. b tjppisco, MONUMENTAL WORKS, 1 JsLEPHONO v-Tmi F XSH ANGUS'.-.- : - " LOW RATES Brodlicad, Ky, Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones. -- ALL vVORK " RULES AND REGULATIONS. .1, 2. 3. "SATISFACTION GIVEN- .- P. A. PenmnRtou, I). D. S.; M. D 4. 5. 6. 7. . DENTST, 4$ -- . N W Cor. Third and Chestnut Sts. LOUISVILLE. KY. Will be at Miller House. Mt ernon during all Circuit Courts. U . U- 8. 0. 10. I id I write for our conGdcntl.il loiter before ap- plying for patent; It may bo worlli nionoy. We promptly obtain U. S. and roruign ft I I - - return EN-- B land TRADE MARKS ormodel, rUetch I TIRE attorney'! Re. anHend a or photo and we csnd IMMEDIATE J FREE report on pattntabllity. We glvo B the best legal tservlco and nil vice, nsd our fl charges aro tnodoruto. 8 Try us. 12. 13. 14. 15. I & C0.3 SWSFTULawyBFS? Patent D.C i DON'T use phone during thunderstorms. F at n d CALL by number for subscribers in Exchange. ONE ring calls Central. County phones make three short rings for Mt. Vernon. g Tuesdays in MAR.CH, APR.IL and MAY, 1902 WHEN through talking RING OFE. This is very essential, as it saves much time and annoyance to all concerned. fi USE some patience and don't ask the impossible. The Exchange Operator will attend U Also Low " Colonist " One Wtxy Rates to the f your call as quickly as possible. -- OLiirornieL h iNorinvest Jromts ONE of the greatest troubles to an Exchange Operator is from users failinp to RING OEF. Conversations over toll lines are limited to FIVE minutes. Extra charge for further time. I For Further Information Address This means both Subscribers and non Subscribers. SUBSCRIBERS and Toll Station Agents must do the ringing or calling and will be held 1 mm r.ADDPTT L. J. IR.WIN responsible for messages from sent from their phones or stations. ?! Trik.v. Pcss. Afiont Goa'l Pcss. Arfont TELEPHONES ure not meant for playthings. Please keep this in mind. LOUISVILLE. KY. ANY Subscriber within the limits of Mt. Vernon and Livingston Exchanges, or on our tfrawmiiuM lines within Rockcastle, may call any other Subscriber on said lines within the county and talk upot: their Own Business, without charge beyond monthly rates, but when messages must be Paid For, at toll Pjhoue is used on account of, or by f rates, and such business will be charged against the Phone from where the message is sent. ... , '. . 1 Exchange Operator says "BUSY" it means the line you have called for is in use. When you hear operator say "BUSY,' hang up receiver, give one short ring and call later. REPORT troublesno Central. EXCHANGE Operators are instructed to see that these titles are carried out. OBSERVE AND AlllUU I1Y THK RULES AND YOU WILL HAVE NO TR0UI1LE OR ROOM TOR complaint. This is simply business. THE one who calls should RING OFF when through talking. yfc, V5 rf WEST on THE Tickets Sale rst Third ana nvvvsvj rs pi-- J Opp. U.S. Patent OfflcCjVaslifnijfnn, J A C, Res 79. Franklin, S. Franklin, S. C. Jeweler 51. 'WHY M Fish, J., Store Fish, J., Res - - You should talie a Course at tho & & Albright, E. S. Office....: Albright, E. S. Res. ;...?. B Browu, J. W. Office Brown, J. W. Res Bank of ML Vernon Ballard,-G"- . 59-- 2- 74. 55 52-- 2- G Griffin, Willis. Res '. 68. Myers, Dr. M. L. Res, ..'... .?..'.N73. .... 76. 77. Mttllins, Reuben Res McFerron, R. L. Res 78-77. McKenzie, Jonas, Store ."83. 81-- 3McClary, W. F. Res. . 78-- 32-. sissey Business College LOUISVILLE, KY. 1. It 63. Parrett, Ncal, Res Postoffice P 67. 72. 59. 82. 2. 3. A. M Bethuruin, L. W. Co. Atty. ...56 Houk & Adams, Store, Baker, U. G Store 82. H Pennington, Dr. M. Res 75. Pennington, Dr. M. Office 66. .". in Kcntticky, It co'.inos (if tiul.' iirt tliorotifgli ami sytcnmtlc, 'il liv .1 fpocinl 'cpolt of ft, 000. 00 is glren A ,riltii nniru't, li.i i In i nr '11 lii'iU". t. 11 .1 ! t; mt lea than $45.00 per mi 'li mi'ii I'll 'ti n I Mill" !' " I till- - I.I I..MII-- I illf, . ' ' nf tuition jnid to in if the i'.-- i -- is the leading Comtncrclnl Scliool hi ! I pii 11 New Fast -- Train ? D Davis, C. C. Drugstore v. uavis, ITT 1 Davis, Dr. S. C. Drugstore...,. . Depot, L. &N T" T j. K Kentucky Colonel, Office TO V COLORADO '- PACIFIC COAST " TJTAH Ewers,A. E. Res.i...'. Jk 64. L 00. B. Res 53. Lawruice, Dr. G. 58. Lovell, Dr. A. G. Res Lovell, Dr.A. G. Office L. & N. Depot 62. Lewis, Judge S. D. Office Mt. Vernon Signal, Office .... 79. Tate, H. L. Res s ,y r 1 T 61. S1-- 2- Taylor, J. W. Res 70. VV 54. 58. Williams, C. C Office 56. Williams, C. C. Res - ,.... 69. 80-- 2- gjPWLAHOfl ohdlnuianTcrritory. ! AND INpIAN TER. ..80--3- In effect Sunday, May 19th. The new train will leave St. Louis 9.00 a. 111. daily the evening train to same points, 10. 10 p.m. daily Through sleeping car service between St. Louis, San Francisco and1 Northwestern points. Only liiie. that does a twice daily. Excursion tickets now on sale. For further information, address R. T. G. Matthews T. P.A-)" Louisville Ky. H. C. TOWNSEND, Gen'l Pass'r andTkt. Agt.,St. Louis. . "- Loivmcfsl.5! IsxGkeuag'Adams, Jerome. Res Bakerv J."W. Res Arc bf st reaeiMsd bythe Cotton Belt, which line! runs two trainsayfronl Mi mphis to Texas. without change. xneseV trains eifner reach J direcijormake close tnccVofv for alj parts of Texas, OTslahoma 1 A H 14. 3. 5. R 4. Rliinehart, J. C. Res Reynolds, Geo. F. Res. ..'.? 7 n. Houk & Adams, Store L Lucas, Dr. Office Magee, Beutley, A.N. s 15. 17. IV lao -" BiiMroo. . 0 "LtsbqWA OATCOVILLeGSaftf l MY $,&ir j.., U7Anif I jff cZr &.& I AJl I I C JkyK .s Res Childress, Dr. W. J. Res Cooper, Dr. J. S. Res Cooper, J. F. Res c D John, Res 11. McCatthy, George. Res 13. Mttllius, J. C, Res. 19. Mullins, Mrs. Sue. Res Mullins, W. C. Res 16. Samms, Dr. Office 8. Sluckey, J. R. Res 9. 10. Ward & Magee, Store w 7. 20. I CAN ANTONIO - j. ( s y 1 U HRtvtPonT S I S M. - r I S I I I 6 If yon wont to flnd a 6od homo whcrolilif crops aro r.ilsuil unil wlioro pTyTj'' prosper, wrlto for a copy ofoiHVhiindsorao booklciu, Homes In tliu) South' wcit and"ThroughTexnswlth iio.ly lvholaanxlouatobt'tttArhls In Tuxus, HOimiON ...... 12. 18 fvGALVHTOK iiclr ir H :1 Insurance of all Vinrlo K.1UI. Qall " Dillion, W. R. Hotel l'if 1 r t ollifio. .Mt Vornon. at tu0 Signal POINTS IN ROCKCASTLE REACHED FROM THESE EXCHANGES: Pine Hill, White Rock, Orlando, Langford, L. T. Stewart, Wildie, Brodhead, Wabd, Level Green, Gooch's Store and Hansford. These.places are nil toll stations until Subscriber'siphones are put in at these points. tUKOIll ; Jll. f r E. O WV1TT T D ILPILH1TI nilin Q ?KVTf'- - 1 "Mrjcijasartsrx)xxiiriisSC ff. taBEAUME, C. P. 4 T. A., irnfiinn-ni- m SJ. ,:, LOUIS, W. ; re' jj