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Ky QUAIL o T C Hanun is in Mt Vernon on the jury this week Vincent Poynter is somewhat in health Win Poynter was visiting rela tivesvin this part Sunday G W Owens sold to G S Grif fiin 3 steer calves at 1250 There are now 6 cases of small Brownrnear here Logan Hasty attended court in Lancaster lastfMonday for the pur pose of trade thomas McBee and Walker Price of Pulaski were in this part the first of the week John A Proctor and E AM Her Tin were at home from MtT Vernon Saturday and Sunday Rev Thomas Smith filled hi regular at Freedom 1micalj5 A large number from this part were in Mt t Vernon Monday at tending court trading and doing many kinds of business The next general assembly of the Church North will beheld at Los Angeles The financial problem threaten to become a serious one for the new Cuban government Womens and Misses button Shoes Sizes as to only at tlie pitiful sum of needing anything General Merchandise Cherry gladly improved appointment Presbyterian 4s CRAB ORCHARDi0 Mrs Josie Hutchison is very sick Mrs W S Thompson is on the sick list tlInr r sister in Richmond Mrs J W James has been on the sick list a few days Miss Bert James is visiting Miss Effie Ewell at Louisville Miss Tevis Collier Chas gone to Kingsville to teach a music class Mesdames Grove Cook and S E Estes visited Mrs Patten Tuesday last Dr Doors has lust returne frma visit to h brother atLan caster V Miss Kittie Singleton Lal 1 slroPlingtills 1Mrsvine is visiting her Son R H Brouaugh Ir Patten still has some extra fine strawberries 20 cents per gal loiilast chance Mrs JF Holdani and her daughter Miss Ila visitediii Da ville on the 29th Geo Thompson Hog Eye is visiting his nephew p rfh9mp son of Clarence f v The BaPtestChurch Made qui to fi C11 NEWEST LATEST UptbDate if Ladies Shoes at from I7JS IE TD fJ1 = J 2l iiJ f1 Per pair i1f li II tst t 4r ziJe4K3 t =Ia a ti sn 1 1t f taQ O e jfl Q Same Goods For Less money Jore Hoods For Eame money h 1CJjoL success of their strawberry supper clearing something over 20 Jas Sigler of Manningtou W jVa is spending his vacation with his mother Mrs M V Sigler Thos Austin and Mose Collier stopped at the Beasley house while on their way to the mountains also on thorn return first of the we k Ic A Cashdollar of Frankfort Ind is visiting his wife and little daughter who have been with Mrs Sig her during the spring monthsIPaul Brown wife and dren also his mother visited Mrs 4VSallieof J T Roberts of Gum Sulphur on Saturday and Sunday lastrCrab Orchard has had two shows one following on the heels of the other TT dont tin rtlf theWweTeP fitheof the in hjtheirthe elephant but all say they didnt see it Its an ill wind that blows no body good proved true while the the show was here last Saturday b Our efficient marshal J G Riddle who is usually on the alert foalawbreakers arrested two Garrard county men Jim Ross and a man notivithstand1ing were not men enough in this town to arrest them Ross was fined 25 for concealed weapons and given ten days in jail Hall was tjiiij art were arrested and tried for disturbing the peace One was white and the other colored Each were fined 5 altogether adding about 45 to the revenue of the town REVEALS A GRE AIT SECRET It is often asked how such startling cures that puzzle the best physicians are effected by Dr Kings New Discovery for Con 1tIcuts out fe ted mucus and lets the lifegiv theIworn throat and lungs Hard cold and stubborn coughs soon yield t Dr Kings New Discovery the most infallible remedy for all Throat Lung disuses Guaranteed bbt tides 5oc and 100 Trial bottle free at all druggists illont Pelee continues in eruption gand people are still braving th e island Scientists on the scene contend that Fort de France is in hio danger WORLD WIDE REPUTATION Whites Crepnl Vermifuge has achieved world wide reputation as being the best of all worm de stroyers and for its tonic influence on weak and unthrifty children sounr ness of the stomach improves the digestion and assimilation of food strengthens their nervous system and rcstoresthem to health vigor find Qlnsticity of spirits natural tq fchi ldaocrd Price cat all drtfg fists I f J 1 rjII- U e rraws iliiyr I y J- 11iOlW No 82I i LEUEL GREEIJ 1JSunshine showers and hot weather prevail these three but the greatest of these is hot weather corn oats pastures and all kinds of vegetables doing well Th tater bug pest of all pests is the worst we have to contend with then comes the cut worm the backer worm the cabbage worm and so on through the whole cata logue everything has an enemy and sometimes a very destructive tivhejHeavens and the earth and all that in them wasI pronounced it not only good but very good that the devil fol lowed close on and as soon as h- j b fruit let that bewhat I t maye the earth with violence by creating an enemy to all the Lord ad made good and very goodCand the earth with mankind wickedness and a continueus war re has been carried on ever fnsinceand these minor enemies of many Adams fallen race 0 how I do wish Eve had not tasted that o and led Adam astray The devil was sharp even away back then He knode he neadnt fcEvewould lead he would follow and jist as soot as she tasted she gave to Adam he followed suit and the devils victory was complete He and there took a mortgage on for that debt of sin and we Adams posterity have been pay in the interest on it ever since in sweat from our faces produced by fighting thorns and thistles cuckleburrs and Spanisbneedles g potater bugs cut worms and an unlimited number of others and such will be the case until th devil is chained and the inillenni urn sets in but this may be a longtime off and not one of the pres out billion andahalf of souls maya ever live to see it The sick of our im MHursth5 MoWallen The reports from them grow more discouraging continual ly J J Undo Dick Hays was quietly laidto rest by ills br of the Mystic tie on last Friday i Anotherr goodmana Christian is gon What a consolation for friends andc family to realize this Though sleeping the sleep that knows no waking yet when the appointed time arrives hell bloom in immor tal youth l The relatives and frifuds of sMtPleasant thitIs place will meet there oil next Saturday to decorate the graves those interred t ereandto engage iu other apjrqpriatesorvices dhe 9 il lvltPIeasattt ison l p = S = iV a OLS0 aP gr IFROM DATO BERSHEBA AND BACK AGAIN TO DAN THE GREAT BARGAIN GIVER IS THE MT VERNON 1ANf hundred years old and the largest country grave yard I ever saw or perhaps ever will see J J Towery has engaged to york for a Computing Scale Company haebeen organizedat Friend churchwith W M Denny as superintendent A Bible reading should be kept up in every cone munity on every Lords day too little is known of the Bible and its teachings too much stress and con thne preacher says The Bible alone questionis filling a great big space here at this time again The lesson leaf andS S helps bey plaitnprint intelligently or tell whethe Palistirie js itt Asia Africa or Mis souriwbetbei Ai ahamwand Jo Moses lived beforeor affervtfre7 era Such people un t dotibteclTneed all the information possible Now to all such I wish say with the best of feelings that it matters not from where 1informaITo read tHe Bible is right and no will read it too much but if lone depend upon it and it only as source for even religious in far willee limited IMHistory ancient and modern his tory a good newspaper both religious and political and other good literature LetherheadNumskull how does this suit you BUCK VARiV- ONcYV = ONGRESSMANtlAt writes Champ Clark Missouris overework nervous tension loss of sleep and costant speaking I had about utterly collapsed It seemed that the organs in my body were out of ordor but three bottles of Electric Bitters made me all right Its th best allaround medicine ever sold over a druggists COtlnter0ger worked rundown men and weak sickly women gain splendid health and vitality from Electric Bitters TO them Only 5oc Guaranteed druggistsn nThe President has nominated i Robert S McCormicJr of Illinois t AustriaHuenj gary Ten milliQns will be sPentko n railroad terminal facilities in St Louis STAND LIKE A STONE WALL Between your children and the tortures of itching and burning eczema scaldhead or other diseases How why by use earthofa cure ortS Ulcers Fever Sores Salt Rheum Infailiblet nr t0 I L NOTES Rowan cour H thing tlieVwork in oil de Two oilw upanie have located sThere is n fl BE the oil interests andcountyA big oil 9V in near Jumbo Lincoia ffirst of the week More oil strikes are reported from Knox and many other Ken tucky counties The oil interests of Knox have induced capitalists to establish an electric light plant at Barbourville Contractors in Knox county are rushed Some twentyfive wells are n v being t dotpu an moxe f xrm l Sampson Editor ofBarb 0 11r Tbews and Kentucky Oil JourriallYasiin Chicago last week on business CA IIlygoration through its columns on the oil situation While the oil subject is not so hot as it was among the people generally it is still warm enough for keeping up interest in the mat t ter We find many who have little faith in the ultimate outcome of the oil business The enterprising ones as in all other lines will and shouldreap the benefits It should be understood that it takes time to accomplish anything that is worth ouralocal oil companies are moving along on business principles and will accomplish their purpose in due time When they start a well oilIaIis len case IIt is claimed that that the first oil well in America was drilled in Cumberland county Kentucky inV 1829 when drilling for salt water The driller said he would strike salt water or strike hell He struck a gusher which overflowed the valley caught fire and created the biggest excitement throughout the locality The profane driller fled with prayers begging forgiveness for having struck the outer rim of the lower regions Five thousand union menem ployed in the building trades at Denver went on a strike Millard Lee who killed his sweet heart Lillie Suttles in churchat Ben Hill Ga was captured IEd Russell charged with crim finally assaulting Mrs Robert j Wnodard is on trial at Henderson givennm Lambert says she will starve her self to haiPeiitentiafi Shehas refused tor eat since the trial VV tr SignalsFRIDAY MAY 30 1902J Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR XOO Advertising rates made known on application H IT HENKlNGER Of Wayne counts is a candidate for State Treasurer subject to the action of the Democratic party G G GILBERT Of Shelby villc is a candidate for the dera ocratic nomination for Congress in this the Eighth district subject to the primary to fee held Saturday Augnst9 THE first message of President Palma was published in Havana Tuesday night and was sent to the Cubatl Congress Wednesday In it the president expressed Cubas deep gratitude for the ful filled promises of the United State TheJ one thing which he urges most earnestly is a reduction of the Amerian tariff whichjwill be grant ed only when this country ceases to be controlcd by the trusts ELSEWHERE in this issue will bec found the announcement of theJ Hon G G Gilbert as a candidatee for reelection t ess fromi the Eighth dist i Messrs J Carter and W leaves a clear track foi from Shelby and will be sent back tot repre sent a people he sE worked so nobl ally for the last four yearJALMOST every day rings into the field some new candidate for the gubernatorial nomination Col rii E H Taylor Jr of Frankfort be ing the last But when we begin to think along this line let us forget the Cicero of the Moun tains the Hon James D Black j Z LIVINGSTON 0 Mrs Stark Fish of Louisville is here visiting her sister Mrs J C Rinehart Miss Georgia J Maret of Parksville is hers visit lag her aunt Mrs JG Lucas Miss Pearl Mullins returned home from A1t mon t Wednesday Miss Virgie Morris is visiting her par cuts near London this week Ottie and Miss Bessie Reynolds who were the guests of Miss Ber tina Mullins returned to Maret burg Tuesday Dr J F Sams was at Wildie Saturday and Sunday J It Singleton was at Conway Friday on business Geo Reynolds and son Cecil were at Mt Vernon TuesdayG M Ballard of Mt Verncu was in town Monday John Wes Baker W R Dicker son Rome Adams Wix Billion John Halderman J E Singleton J F Cooper Drs Childress and Sams J A and W C Mullins Mat FordT D Mullins and others attended court at Mt Vernon this week Born to Mr and Mrs Will Ow ens the 22nd a little sonAlso to Mr and Mrs Win Payne a son Miss Mary Gibbs of Gray- Station was a guest of Mrs James Argenbright the first of th weekThe Mullins Hotel is do ing a landoffice business plenty of boarders and more coming U the able management of Mrs Geo Howell they are living off the rat of the laud Mrs George Jenkins and daughter of Graftons burg are visiting Mrs A N Bentley Misses Martha and Bee Hanim are visiting their home folks near Mt Vernon Misses Susie and Rosa Burnett of Orlando were the guests of Mrs J C Mullius Sunday Mrs John Magee John Jr Miss Mae Mrs Samuel Ward and Miss Cora Adams returned home from Lan caster TuesdayMtss Birdi- Peters of May wood is visiting her Thse Riverside Mansion Miss 1Iagc gie Sam brook visited the Misses SyfoTpson at Pine Hill Sunday MV and Mrs Rv A Sparks areT = r tM4t f u rejoicing over the arrival of a love ly little daughter Margaret Turr ley Thursday May the 22nd Russell Dillion acidsons Attwoodand Lynn Neil returned home from May wood Tuesday Mrs George Pope of the Eight Gables Hotel returned home from- Preachersville TuesdayMrs Bob Payne who has been very low is slowly improving Mrs Mary Andes of Altamont who was the guest of of Mrs W F Tubbs and Mrs Maddux re turned home Wednesday accom panied by little Miss Willie TubbsMarion Parker and wife have taken rooms at the Mul lins Hote1Aiiss Hattie Orn dorff Miss Nora Hayes and Miss Kittie Poynter are on the sick list this weekAirs Jones of Mt Vernon was here last waek visiting her daughter Mrs Joe Oliver Mrs J E Singleton returned home from Somerset Mou day Mrs Brack Graves Claude Linville and wife Mr and Mrs J Stuckey and John jr Mrs Mila Pettit and Lela Matt Ford and others attended the S S convention at Vildie SundayMrs Sarah Owens and son Willie re turned Wednesday after a visit at Mt Vernon and at Geo Griffins Renfros CreekMiss Mag ie Starks of Gethsemane visited her brothers Warren and Charley Stark here Saturday and Sun day Mr and Mrs Hugh Ha gan will go to Corbin this afternoon to visit friends rsJohn Ma- gee T J Clancy Hugh Hagan J C Mullins Dr Childress and J Singleton went to Mt Vernon yesterday as witnesses before the grand jury Miss Lucy Coffey of Wildie is visiting her sister Mrs Mila Pettit of this placeMrs W J Chil dress visited her parents at Pine Hill Sunday Mrs Will Burnes relativesboI Lincoln County was here lastI weekDr A G Lovell of Mt Vernon was a guest at A N Bentleys Sunday Mrs B N Roller our popular postmistress was in Stanford last TuesdayR A Sparksreturned to his mill in Madi son county AiondaYlira R C Wade closed her school Friday Reuben Mullins was inltown Saturday to see one of his best girls Alviii Reynolds of Wildie was the guest of Mr and Mrs George Doss SundayMrs W B Dil PIare in Lincoln countyHarry Jenkins visited his sister at Lexing ton last weekJames Argen bright is home for a week or on sick leave He with his won gang were compelled to camp out two weeks without sufficient protection from the weather Jackson Lodge of Masons recently established here has plenty of work on hand and has a most promising futureThe frost did little damage here on account of the dense fog n Childrens Day will be observed on June the 8th at the Presbyterian Church and quite a number of the children art rehearsing an interesting pro gram Mrs Mahala Carbon who was so very sick for a few days againi4liss S Lena Griffin is still improving WineChester assisted by Rev Hancock t of Corbin held services morning etriarChurch last Sunday Both services were well attended andmuch interest was manifested They with Miss Doan were the guests of Dr and Mrs Cooper Sunday Miss Boau who has just closed a most successful school at Alta wont will possibly be engaged as- a teacher hereMrs Thomas Lasley returned home Sunday after a pleasant visit at Stanford Rev A J Pike of Brodbead delivered an excellentaddress on teuiperauce at the Christian Church Thursday evening Churchegave an icecream and strawberry supper at the school house Thurs evening which was well at tended and enjoyed by everypne The proceeds will le used for ipainting the church UJi ses the little son of Wm Baker had a miraculous escape Wednesday He was riding on a tram car at Dil lions mill and was thrown under the wheels and badly bruised Mother says we need not put her name in the paper this week as she has kept mumhay never said a word throthe telephone As we have always made it a rule to only use the Livingston column of the SIGNAL for social doings and little business affairs will not say a word about Deputy Sheriff McFerron coming down Tuesday and arresting some of our most prominent young men and carrying them offI to Mt Vernon e CONWAY o Several of our citizens attended court last Monday E C Branaman was in Wildie last Saturday on business T J Hayes had a very fine colt to get snake bit last Saturday Born to the wife of B BeldOn- a seven pound girl last Tuesday Mrs J H Sigman spent Saturday and Sunday in Berea with re latives Mrs D C Pullins and daughter attended the Convention at Wildie last Sunday Uncle John Owens an old TJuiou Veteran died near here last Saturday motning Mrs Patina Shockly of Berea was visiting relatives here the latter part of last week Mr J M Nave returned from NicholasAille last Monday and reported a pleasant trip Mr and Mrs J Baker of Berea spent Saturday and Sunday last with relatives in Wildie- J H Sigman our clever post mastel has quit everything else and gone to killingsnakes Everybody is through planting corn and most all have worked their crop over the first time Mr and Mrs L C Smith and son were up from Wildie last Sunday and spent several hours with Mr and Mrs Dykes DVC Pullins and U S Berry tare putting in a crop of tobacco Ibut report the cut worms numerous s and very damaging to plants Mr and Mrs M L Helton returned from the Sunny South last Wednesday the southern sun proving to be too hot for friend Kelton ORLANDO o Joe Evans attended the circusat Mt VernonTuesd y Jas Anglin of this place attend ed the old Fidler Contest Wednesday night McKeekway Mt Vernon- J C Childress of this place is attending Circuit Court at Mt Vernon this week Mr and Mrs JC Cheiuult have been the guest of D G Mar till for three or four days this week The Big Hill Mining Co will commence work on an incline tramroad near Wallace LasweHs next week POLITICS and POLITICIANS Q At a meeting of the Republican Appellate Committee of the Fourth district and theCongressioual Com mittee of the Fifth district a con veution was called to be held at Music Hall May 31 at 8 p m to nominate candidate for Appellate Judge and Congressman Lord Pauncefote British Ambas sador to the United States died at the British embassy in Washington Saturday morning He was 74 years of age and had represented his government in Washington since 1989 He had been ill for several months of asthma and rheum tic gout NEWS ITEMS o The remains of Ambassador Patmcefote will be transported back to England in state on an American warshipEmperor William has formally invited Gens ohni Young aiJd i ti J r h Wood to attend the German array maneuversIn Mr Gallinger of New Hampshire proposed an investigation of lynchings The Western Federation of Miners and Western Labor Union in session at Denver have dedlared for Socialism L and N earnings for the third week in May show an increase of 52280Capt Hiram Carpenter who served in the Orphan Brigade died suddenly in Bourbon county A number of scientists are mak ing an examination of Mont Pelee Evidence before the Coroners jury in McCracken showed that Henry Gray killed by his brother inlaw Ell Hutchinson was shot while pleading for mercy Miss Della Wilcox committed suicide at Murray Ky by shoot ing herself through the heart KENTUCKY FAIR DATES 0The fair secretaries asssociation has announced the following dates Richmond third week in July Crab Orchard fourth week in JulyGeorgetown fourth week in July Hustonville fifth week in July Danville first week in yugust Lexington second week in AugustMaysville and Lawrenceburg third week in August Bardstown surd Glasgow first week in r- Elizabethtown and Bowling Green second week in September Interstate Fair Louisville fourth week in September CURES WHEN DOCTORS FAIL Mrs Frank Chiassou Patter son La writes June 8th 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 Herbine 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 hon estly recommend it to those suffer ing from malaria as it will surely cure them Herbine Soc bottle at all druggists UncleSams Mail Servicereq- uires physical and mental ability ofa high degree to withstand its hard labors The high tension to which the nervous system is subjected has a depressing fect and soon headache b efIache neuralgia sciatica etc develop in severe form Such was the case of Mail Carrier S F Sweinhart of Huntsville Ala he says mcilhand pains that seemed to be allover me was scarcely able to move for about a month when I decided to give II MilesPin Pills II threedaystwq weeks I was free from and gaining m flesh and strength Sold by all Druggfsts Dr MHefc M dcallCo Elkhart lad i odZWiI AREf YOUDEAF t iC ANY HEAD NOISES ALL CASES OF DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING ARE NOW CURABLE by our new invention Only those born deaf are incurable HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELYIV F A WERMAN OF BALTIMORE SAYS BALTIMORE aid Maret 30 1901 Gentlemen Being entirely cured of deafness thanks to your treatment I willow give you a full history of tau case to be ued at your discretion About live years ago my right ear began to sing and this kept on getting worse until I lost anr ear entirely I underwent a treatment for catarrh for three months without success consulted a num ber of ptivsicinus anion others the most eminent ear specialist of this city who told me that only an operation could help me and even that only temporarily that the head noises would then erase hut the hearing in the affected ear would be lorcver I then maw vour advertisement accidentally in a New York and ordered your treat tent After I had used it only n few days to your directions the noises censed and today after five weeks my hearing in the diseased ear been entirely restored I thank you heartily and beg to remain Very truly yours F A VvERSIAN 730 S Broadway Baltimore Md Ou tiereEnant docs not interfere with if our usual occupation iixaninatiou and advice free YOU CAti CURE YOURSELF AT HOME nominalcost 13dSei9WA0dAlL AURAL CLINIC 596 LA SALLE AVE CHICAGO ILL MONEY GOES FURTIiel At the Store o- fKRUEGERSONSMT VERNON KY j THAN ANY OTHER STORE ira ROCK CASTLE EVERY u at a PIECE of goods in in our house is NEW and UPTODATE No Shopworn stuff = grace our counters LADIES latest style Hays nicely trimmed ready to wear LARGE stock Mass and ware at very reasonable prices FURNITURE of all the various ranging from a Chair to a Bedstead and Bedroom Suits oak ChinaIand nicely finished Everything OUR NEEDED by the people can be found in our big Store We are = not killing competition for that the Life of Trade ttVE are Aents for Ohio Farmer Fertilizerstis handle all goods to be sold by a general merchant LINE OF MERCHANDISE is away up in G and you will miss a great opportunity to save money if you fail to visit place before making your purchases ourIFJND GENERAL ItheCHAS C DAVISct The Place to Obtain Fresh Drugs ALSO CJ Batnt Medicines of all Kinds Perfumery StationeryToilet Articles CIGARS AND TOBACCO v Paints and Oils PR ESCR I PTIONS carefully Compounded all hours day or night phone No 64 Qr T J 4 tl 1j Lpt r r01fi Orv I J t Trie SI iPtiiifF I 11 ATSJl iJr X IEVERY ONE GUARANTEED BY THE MAKER JJ t Latest New York Styles lHAT SALESMAN AT POPULAR PRICES C H FRITH Brodhead I YpDontTake Pills The tempora ily cure constipation by 1vibtiop the I 00 e Zecretesexecute their natural functions Unnat ural a continual and attain the resultsUI w acts on the liverj cures Chills i e and Feyer and every form cr t Malarial Bilious Remitting and Inter mitting Fevers and by going to the seat of the trouble works permanent curej j FIFTY PER BOTTLE t Cha Cr Davis D t rlgst r J y 1 r n e l Nl1Yernon Sign a T Mt ViiR ON KY 11AY 30 1902 79 ry9toCommunJcate r j LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE R R cJ TIME TABLE 24 north 1105 a 26 north i 104 a m 23 pyn 25 South 139 a til- IAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at th Mt Vernbi Kjr Post ollice us ceo endclass mall matte- rPERSONALS 0 George Hasty wasnt at the show John A Mullins was here Tuesday rt Editor E C Walton was here Monday Miss Dolly McClure is in very poor healthy Mrs J W Tate was the guest of Mrs H L Tate Mrs Henry Catron visited her sister Mrs Joues Fish Judge J B Fish and little daughter were here Wednesday Attorney R L Brown of Som erset was in town Wednesday Mr and Mrs W T Short ar visiting friends here this week Bragg Thompson takes to th tenor drum like an old veterant Judge R G Williams came in from Covington Tuesday for a few days Miss Elizabeth Sympson of Pine Hill was the guest of Miss Bessie is Miller yesterday T J Peqnington was in from Wilton the prosperous mining town near W oodhinefMesdames RL Collier and George Brooks were up to attend the Old Fiddlers Contest teRevt preacher and Masons ryasyi weL- come visitor here Tuesday John Coffey one of Rockcastles best farmers was in to attend some Masonic initiationsc Col R 11 Johnson of Cooks burg came in Tuesday from Lont1 don where he has been engaged in court Mr and Mrs T J Pennington left Tuesday for Winton Knox county where they will make their home Dr Price prominent physician and merchant of Level Green was here Monday on telephone and and other business sHOllOrchard Senator Bill Clark o McKee and W A Morrow of Somerset are the visiting attorneys Mrs WA Shepherd and child ren of Lebanon Junction stopped while en route to the Mountains and visited her cousin Mrs J A LandrumMrs Welsh and sisters Misses Alice and Rosa Dolan entertained 1 a few friends Monday evening to a delightful spread of icecream Mrs Jack Catron of Somerset and Mrs Catherine Catron of near Level Green boarded the train here Wednesday for Barbourville where they will visit relatives Misses Susie Annie and Alza Thompson Risse Williams and I Reca Baker will go to Paint Lick Monday to visit Mrs W F Champ They will also attend the Berea commencement LOCALS Messrs Hanson Peterson of CynlhtnalI G Colson of Woo stock and Allen Sutton were sworn iu as members of the bIEveryone respects tho evho make an effort to be somebody or i accomplish something in the wa of making a living We have son among us like other communities who if justice was done should be looked after by theagrancf authorities or requested by the courtofndustry 3zfr Fa s tod9i1tql1ic f1 1 c =S f J J r t 1 1Jof Clark the all around show man be at the court I usell Saturday night Indications poin t Jto de elppment of the coal and other interests up Brush Creek- Remember the show at the court house tomorrow night Admission 15 and 10 cents Beasley and Hayes Stanfor- Ky is the place to buy your new carpets apru In f FOR R NTA dweJing on Sout side Main street Avery desirable place Call at this office Messrs Herrin and tfroctor the excellent carpenters are making a fine washboard which is pronounced by its users to be ahead of anything in that line- LAUNDRY The basket for th Lebanon Steam Laundry will be kept at Krueger S Sons store in the future COSSIE SUTTON A ttRugs Carpets Matting and every thing found in a first clas furniture store Also a lull line of Undertakers goods BEASLEY HAYES apr n tf Stanford Ky Ifyou want to know what kind of an entertainment Prof Clark gives ask those who have seen it They will tell you it is the best on the road At the Court House tomorrow night Henry Brannamans old carbine harmeless and railroadagent Bower at ateplace have returned from tall timber and are nearly as saucy as they used to was Albert Albright who has the Woodstock telephone lines leased making many improvements- He has in 0Brownsthat had no telephone connections past several months partiesbroke registeredpostoffice and disarranging several things forMr Blaker Ow ing to the fact that it was kept a secret until this morning we are unable to give a more elaborate ac We hear many compliments over work and benefits conferred by our local telephone company and some kicking as well The latter comes from those who ask for the world moon and stars with a barbed wire fence ten feet high surrounding They dont take inconsideration the low rate for service compared with other localities Have a little patience and you will get even more than has been promised by the telephone people who are today giving a averagingI BellfCONTEST A large crowd was present to hear the Old Fiddlers Contest given at the Court house Wednesday night The contest ants were H F Green of London Ben and Alex Martin of Rowland Wilse Carpenter Pine Hill John ofllIjudges W S McnGuire W H Clark and Peterson gave first premium 10 to H F Green of London second 6 to Fount Tyree of Aletx Martin of Rowland I have arranged with my Insti tute Instructors to hold the Institute begining July 7 instead of July 14 as previously announced The trustees throughout the county will please notify their respective teacher of the date Let no spool in the count begin until after that time I want to urge every teacher daysTheno doubt remember that sometime during the month of August last year a change was made inj Thids e as see not give satisfactionas to the wait y was gotten upand besides it would incur quite an expense on the people of the county to obtain them According to the authorit vested in the hoard and me during recindeie1 series of books or ship retained flier ones Jhataf now in use The dealzrstllivttgbout the county win beg nrtied accordingly jiv W iH i0 t Bl SkR Co c j Rev Hartfields subjects at the Christian Church Sunday morning Christian Warfare Evening fAn Officers Conversion Sta 1 ersons Grove 3 oclock Sowing and Reaping Little Malcom Newcotnb Law rence infant son of Mr and Mrs J Lawrence died Wednesday eve croudP and pneumonia The parents have the sympathy of everyone in the bornhAt the County Sunday School convention at Wildie the following county officers were elected R Stucky County President RevI Green Fish Vicepresident Davis Secretary and Treas Rev David Hartsfield County Eveugelist wilebe held at Livinston Saturday after noon and night June 14th All Sun day Schools in the Livingston Dis are requested to send delegates wellson corner of Williams and Poplar streets in West Mt Vernon The former editors of this paper kept good pump for it during past fiv years until he dug a well of his own The users of water from this wellnow each carry a little rope and bucket of their own but small outlay would get a rope and buckets everything else is there free There is a smallness or littleness some where or thereabouts The town ordinance against the running at large of hogs horses etc appears to be a dead letter as it were Complaints from many citizens are made craily bout depre dations on gardenssetd by roaming stock It is an impo den on the community to allow ftthsh a condition of affairs to exisk Those stock shot d provide a for them or sell the n to persons who could or would make such a provision afnd not cause annoyance and loss to their neighbors The following young ladies will take part in the largest elocutionary contest ever given in Stanford Wednesday June iSth Stanford Misses Polly Traylor and Sara Wood Lynn Lancaster Miss Jessie Doty Mt Vernon Miss Ida May Adams Danville Miss Clyde Burke Harrodsburg Miss Mary Kay Sallee Beaumont College Miss Murna Clare Curry Somerset 1fissj Maude Girdler Lebanon Miss Mary C Boldrick Springfield Miss Rose Cleaver Subjects and other entries will be announced later Saufley Alverson Mgrs WITHDRAWS The Hon R C Warren of Lincoln in a card published in Tuesdays Interior Journal announces to the voters of the Eighth district his withdrawal from thee race for Congress The follow ing reason he assigns for such actionWhen I entered the race for the Congressional nomination Messrs Gilbert and Carter were candidates with Col Dan Moore mentioned by friends as a probable entry in race A primary election ha- ow been ordered for the 9th of August next a method of settle went the fairest of all in making party nominations but the expense of holding the primary election with only two candidates to bear that expense makes the cost too great for me For this reason and this reason only I retire from this contestyt We the Sunday Schools of Rock castle county convened at Wildie May 25 1902 offer the followin resolutions JstThat we extend our thyP hospitable manner in which we have been entertained by the gOod people I2ndThat we exteud our thanks to Mrs Wood for the use of her organ 3rdtbat we extend our hearty thanks to this good people for thei interest shown in this great work esPeciallYthank the good people of Wildie for the bountiful dinner provided for ius 5thThat a copy of these respV lotions be furnished each of the countY papers o MRS J R STUtKYVlViv MlSS ElLEN BUTNER x e01I JAlItS H uK = f 2 J i ai lI 1 t W Jan has been appoint ed constable in the 3rd district W G McGuire has been ap pointed guardian of Astor Ben Talmage and Fulcy McGJuife with W H Clarkas nety whichJbightnexpress going north is due at 104 instead ofir2 and 25 southbound 139 mstead pfr48 The L N will sell tickets to Richmond July 14 to 19 inclusive limited until July 21St at one fare for the round trip account of the Elks Street Fair and Carnival CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court convened Monday benchISharp at his post of duty The following juries were empaneled GRAND JURY Wilson Baker Henry Catron lRev F L Warren Rev J C Carmical J C Childress F Fran cisco Rev T D Mullins J W HaGeNicely IPETITThos r LaArnold W M Brummett Tim Hamm Isaac Leg er W A Mink Rubin Burton M L Denham John Walton W A Falin Sampson Doan G A Morgan Wallace Vance Jasper Rickles J N Griffin Frank Andrewkin Lark Arnold Jas McGuire Elijah Ballard John Pennington and Thomas RigsbyC MONDAY Greely Mize and Logan Mize charged with gaming continued William Prewitt fined 1roo and cost for sellin g liquor unlawfully Harve Prewitt 25 and cost for carrying concealed weapons Nan Townsend 100 and cost for sell ing liquor unlawfully Bill Owens 25 a dcostt for pistol Marion Mink 20 and cost TUESDAY Sam Wiggins 25 and cost for carrying concealed weapons Glen Smith for breach ofxthe peace 75 Ruben Cox 16 whileThomaslGox 1 was discharged The case against Wyatt Allen who with his brother Willis Allen is charged with the murder of James Gatliff was called and the following jury was selected to try the case Per Adams W A Mink Sampson Doan Jasper Rickels M L Denham J L Arnold J A Moore James Taylor W T Smith Thomas Parsons James Price and w Y York The arguments were closed last night and the case wes given to the jury at 9 oclock this morning WILDIE o Sam Mason was up from Madisou first of week buying hogs- S E Reynolds made a flying trip to Livingston Sunday eve Several of our citizens attended court in Mt Vernon Monday relsatij es and frinds in Livingston first of week It is claimed by some that there were as many as four hundred peo pIe here Sunday There was quiet a crowd of people here Sunday from Mt Ver non and Livingston It is to be hoped that the next convention we have we wont have to import the singers C 1LBrookerof Dalton Ga ogweeksJas Brooks who Chas been in pur midst for the past two weeks has returned to his home in LafallettCj Tenn Mrs Nan Albrl eranon was over taking in Sunday yisituigrfamily of AV St wnrt The people in the vicinity of Wildie did not do a thing Sunday but feed the crowd and could fed as many more if they had been here MpsiJtall our news this week is about theconvcntionthatisall the talk we have heard forthe last month and we are not capable of rrJ I u- flit i r Dont Rush Better Plow i irhn Ever f I Few Heavy Pairs Nlens- and1A ILadies Shoes Jx Will f = the Reductions- Mens x i Shoes Regular Price L 25 to fi 50 Now at 90 cents and up DONT NO ISellFail to Come WhileiheseIShoel a InotCH tai FRITHBrodhead Ky y Horse Shoe Brands J HIGH GRADEF ERTJLJZERS t 1 BORE AND POTASH Grade No2 1 per hundred CORN AfiD WHEAT Grower 81 20 per r Noteswbefore December 25 1902 will be accept i ji JI SJHlTfl JL f W 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WHAT THIN FOLKS NEED Is a greater power of digesting and assimiiatiyg food For them DK Kings New Life Pills work woders They tone and regulate expellall prjs r from the S3istem enrich the biped m prove appetite tuak healthy flesh Only 25cat all druggists t r 7Jia 8 r r nDohch5e 1 c J- l 3 E J1 I have kept Ayers Cherry Pe J toral in my house for a great msry years It IS the best medicine pi 9 the world for coughs and cods r J C Williams Attica N Y f All serious lung if troubles begin with a tickling in the throat rl Youcan stop this at first in a single night with j Ayers Cherry Pectoral Use it also for bronchitis consumption hard colds and for coughs of all kindsm Hires sizes 25cSOcI All tWI uottthenj to take it then dont take itLeave it with him We are willing H J C AYEK CO Lowell 11133 A POINTER FOR INVENTORS o If you wish your patent business properly and promptly done send it to SWIFT CO PATENT LAWYERS opposite U S Patent Office Washington D C They have no dissatisfied clients Write them for their confidential letter a postal card will bring itand may be worth money to you Se their advertisement elsewhere i ria this paper J MT VERNON DIRECTORY COURTCALENDAR COUNTY COURT Fourth Mon day in each month- QUARTERLY COUKT Fiist Mon day in January April July and October CIRCUIT Cuupr Second Mon day in February Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in September MT VeRNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month CHURCHES Services it the Christian Church Preach big 1st or MiuiJajs at 11 a m and at 730 Stutday m School 930 a in every Sunday Prayer Meeting Every Thursday 730 The j ublie are cordially Invited to attet 1all services DAVID IIARTSFIEID y Pastor Presbyterian Holds services on the 4th Sunday morning and evening Methodist will hold services at the pr byterian church on the 2nd Sunday morning and evening in each month Baptist Church Services on the Third Saturday night and Sunday Sunday School ut 9 a in every Sunday Prayer meeting oa Tuesday nights MASONIC Ashland Lodge No 640 meets 4th Mon dayj 10 A ui 2E2TMT VERNON Jl A CHAPTER 140 MEETS every FOURTJI MOND at 2 pm MAC ABEES K OT M TEST Xo lil meets every 1st and 3rd Monday at 730 p in JAS E llOUK Cons JJ PING R K PROFESSIONAL CC Williams ATTO RN U Y ATLA W MT VERNON Ky JGOFFICE Ou2ud floor The Bank of Mt Vernon on Ch- urctLIa attention given to collections Phone No So t M L MYERS Dentist MT VERNON K FIRSTCLASS WORK OFFICEIn the Krueger ne bricld PHONE No 73 r Miller House W J RIDER PRO- PRHeadquarters for Commercial Men Porter at lltrains j l L CtlRIOUS PRIVILEGES THAT Ia ARE ENJOYED BY ROYALTY When the two countries China and France were engaged some years ago in delimiting the beau aliterritoryecommissioners were extremely surprised at the anxiety of the Celestials to keep in their possession a small range of low hills These seemed to naturally frill within the French sphere but the Chinese officials offered so good an exchange for them that they werepermitted to keep them It was not until afterward that the reason was discovered These hi1s are known to the Chinese nation as btthere that the tea consumed by the Imperial Court of China is grown Every leafof the crop goes direct to Pekin and no inferior person is permitted under penalty of death to use so much as a cupful of this perfect product Very peculiar are some of the privileges appertaining to Asiatic potentates A special brand tobacco is grown for the King Siam It is made into cigars a foot in lepgth for his special use It is one of the strongest marks of favor which King Chulalongkorn can b e stow a present of one of these roy cigars Another of the privileg Of this monarch is to be perinitt a first selection of the stones from the famous Siamese sapphire mines By custom these are given free but as a matter of fact he pays all he takes WHITE HORSES WITH SCARLET TAILS In Persia it is the exclusive priv ilege of the Shah to drive white horses with tails dyed scarlet for Attl Mohaneis symbol of honor A Pasha Three Tails is the highest in ran next to royalty In the left ear of Menehk Kjug of Abyssinia may be seen a dia mond solitaire earring set with gold This has two meanings that the wearer has killed an elephant and that he is of royal birth In Abyssinia none except those who can claim blood relation with the monarch are permitted to wear gold imahyshape cufortn Thii setBis a more sensible privilege than that formally accorded to the ruling fdniity of Madagascar Like the Chinese the people of Madagascar are devoted to kite flying Ev the King or Queen used fiequettt- to share in this amusement Queen Rauavalona the last was very fond of it sove7eignI law of the Hovas that no kite should ever be permitted thatntd of ge was most carefully guarded for centurios nhoeare commonplace nowadays Spain however retains a few whichare rather mediaeval For one thing no sub ject not of noble birth may so much as touch the sacred person of the King Some years ago wile 1athe little Ring was running downstairs he slipped and fellat would certainly have been bad rrotAY a young sprang to the rescue and caught the boy in his arms For this service the footman im mediately received his discharge QueenRegentas her officials She immediately- sent for the man thanked him and made him a present of a sum suffi cien to kaep him in comfort the rest of his life 1 THE GZ RS BED LINEN lasthspread with some of the magnificent linen accumulated by Napoleon III Much to the chagrin of their entertainers the servants of their Majesties stripped all this splendid sheets worked with the Russian Imperial arms It appears that this is the invariable custom and RoyalYnever use any bed linen or towels but their own wOther privileges also the Czar of All the Russias enjoys There are certain ponds in the imperial parks where noonebut the reigning sovereign may throw a lineThe present Czar only occasionally hand leg a rod but when he does so li is able topall out by the dozen monster carp and pike some of which are placedinhimself To the Czar it is elope agalloplong1 4crj r = I privilege or which he frequently himself y As for our own royal family their jrivileges are not wily few in number out they very rarely avail themselves of them Fot instance thoughl the King may claim free trausportalkn over any railway in the kingdom he never does so He could ifhe so desired have all the water and gashe required supplied free to all the royal palaces Yet he preters to pay for these requisites of everyday life Even local rates and taxes which our rulers are specially exempted from are not avoided The collectors do not send demand notes to Buckin ham Pajace or Windsor but a certain lump sum is sent annually y the Controller of the Household to the representative of the au thorities of the whichhthe palacesare located Only two of the British royal privileges are commonly put in practice One is the settling of disputes or judging of small offenses among the servants of the royal tribunalfthe right of not submitting the wills ofmonarchs to plobate No one outside of her heirs and one or two knowsI oftl TC B 0 OrFhPersons have been known to gain a fpesessasS a efay by taking an ounce of SCOTTS EMUL SION It is strange but it often happens IS3mehow the ounce produces f it seems to start the prcPkVd to digest and absorb his ordinary food which he could not do be gainrIs made A certain amount of flesh is neeessary for health if you have no t get it you can get It by t i tj t t 2HItG JitiTYou will find it just as useful in summer vinuponlYand thoo all druggists SCOTT BOWNE Chemists New York AILMENTStoThere is an aching and tired feel ing the liver bowels and kidneys become sluggishand inactive the digestion impaired with little or no appetite no ambition for anything nand a feeling that ihe whole body and mind needs tonisg up The trouble is lhit during winter there has been an accumulation of waste matter in the svsUm Kerbiue will Iremove it seem e 10 the secretions right exit and by 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