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MERCHANDISE ouplaceIItheHIATT withibeumatisnt LeartwoSam McHargue and wife were in Brodhead Saturday v 1essrsJl and RL Smith here Stanford Monday R L Smith bought of Robert Cclyer a flue buggie for 3- 3TH f Albright aidwife o Brodhead attended the funeral services here Thursday Messrs Ed Sextouand Dr Lewis of Wilaie were in this neighborhood Tuesday buying corn Messrs George and Mark Wad kens attended the burrial of their sister Airs Henry Parkerson ThursdayiBurdett Ghesuut was etc Mt Ver non work done Whit Boyd has been quite ill for some days Mrs Melisa Parkerson wife of Henry Parkerson who had been lingering for some monthswit1 t consumption passed from this world x f sorrow to a world of bliss June ji ar z p m Mrs Parkersou Vas a devoted chrisliau having been a member of the Baptist church for 22 years her life was one worthy of imitation and her charitable deeds will long be te toemtoeredJw all who knew her Sue leaves a husband Son and two daughters to mourn her loss She was followed to her last restin ilace by a large congregation relatives and friends Funeral ser Ises were conducted hy Rev Durtnick of Berea after which t remains were MS yto rest in tl Oak Hill CemeteVy J i r f r During June I 6CTSI EVERY PIECE WEARS A RELIA BLE GUARANTEE in ferchandising in Fridayhaveingdentai IS THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY DEADtJ When the lioneatsgrasslike an ox And the fishing worm swallows the whale When terrapins knit woolen sucks And the hare is outrun by the small When serpents walk upright lik tomen frogfs e hen And feathers are found upon hogs When the Thomas cat swims i ithe air And elephants roost upon trees When insects in su turner are rare And snuff Iiever makes people sneeze When fishes creep over dry land And mules on velocipedes ridetWhen foxes lay eggs iii the sand And women in dies take no pride When Dutchmen drink no lag beer And girls get tcT preaching on time When billy goats butt from the rear is And treason no longer is crime When the humming bird brays like the ass And limburger smells like cologne When plowshares area inade out glass And the hearts of true Texans stone headofs ramvThen the Democratic party will beIS deadhe bewortoth a du- k edy naIcnJIIJIIEIi t u i r Big Stock CAN SAVEJ foj1ojr L n =of Newest Things in Ladies Misses and Childrens 75CI85cyourlpurchases Jilbbr Ij 1 g T Va7CZ aCt7 Ei r l i lgame Goods For Less money L jXore Goods For Same money = I V b g CRAB ORCHARD 0 Miss Lena Napier is visitin friends at Pittsburg Miss Isabel Haldeman of Louis vine is with Mrs Jane Buchauant Mr Geo Thompson is visitin y his nephew Dick Collier of CreekICrab Orchard is putting on her Sunday clothes getting ready forj the fair Mrs M D Green will leave here Saturday night to join her in Knoxville Tenn Scott Farris the noted horse man has been ailing for some time but Is able to be out Judge A W Buchanan has bee ij atteuid ry stable painted which adds to the appearance of Main street Miss Fannie King daughter of aTThe handsome Miss Dessle AI bright of the Holdain mill section ofwasMrs A T Fish of WildieJ Rockcastle county is Spending a few days with Mrs Geo H Pat tenIof Lebanon arrived yesterday toI visit her mother Mrs Jane Span wWeday which yas badly needed in ordeer receive The little Misses Boyle and Miss 11takmgGuest andwife Miss Mollie Hounchell from the country was in this morning con suiting Dr Edmiston She seem- to be suffering front a deep seated ticoldglDrippingthisweek and says he is ready boarders His mother who is a famous cook will superintend the culinary department j erThere are now about fifty guests at the Springs A large crowd is expected on the 20th the evening of the opening ball A gay ti meGer iii store for those who delight to trip the light fantastic toe Sam Lamb a young man from Garrard county was cutting wood and in some unaccountable wayt oofff and left it in his shoe Dr Edmis ton was sent for to dress the woun Marshall McCollum of Junction City returned house last fafter spending some time I1iliYI thefamjU of his uncle O P ittle Miss Katy King accompanied hlih home to spend a few days and will go froth there to Somerset to AFl1drewj r i h Phone No 82 BRODHEAD gnIrs R L Collier is in Crab1 Orchard this week Mrs J G Frith is visiting rela ires in Stanford visitingrMrs Mink from Moreland visited L Hicks Sunday and Monday oiin town Tuesday to buy some corn dMrs W T Brooks of Haz Patch is visiting Mis F Francisco W A Waterhouse of Ohio here buying posts for Electric r way Mr Joshua Dunn Soil wifiarei iu Martin Ind2or a protracted visit r s J L Robins sold to DR Belch- er one of his Negro Creek farms for teo Mrs J T Cherry and Miss Susie drove over to Crab Orchard uesday Dont forget to come to Brodhead July the 4th and have the best time your lifeIMrs G W Brooks has returned v from a weeks visit to friends in j r LaFallett Tenn Roy Roberts and Willie IH1ggard went to Stanford Wednes day on business Mrs Dr Gravely and M ts R S Martin spent a very enjoyable day iamMessrs Hill and Brodhurst o f Garrard county bought of Green Morgan 21 hogs at sUc The town Marshal J E Valle nd wife and Mr Iron have been the country for a few days Win Francisco shipped 3 sets of tomb stones to his agent J B Yonce Wasioto Ky Wednesday tshe Baptist Association at London was finest assemblage of preachers he most ever saw and that greata was done while there orVIItUI1NT CANCER CURED C Startling proof of a cvouderfh advance in medicine is given druggist G W Roberts of Eliza beth W Va An old man there good1doctorsThey believed his case hope less till he used Electric Bittersa Iand applied Bucklens Arnica Salve which treatment completely cured him When Electric Bitters are to expel billious kidney andI microbe poisons at the same tin this salve exerts its matchless heal skidn eruptions ulcers and sores Bitters soc Salve ssc at all drn gists Mayor Albert A Amesof Min neapolis has been indicted for fering a bribe to the County Con ssion ers to elect his man Sheri fi o fill avvacancy t r 1W IDSRl1liMLVriP R4ZTfYDZtTwa PAtM lAJlU OF ALj KINDS OF FURNITURE 5OOBEDROOIViBEST Double Canebottom Chairs caCllITRY OUR CLOTHING o j change will do you good And you can keep the change for therll be Plenty of CHARGE TO I= 511 POLITICS aid POLITICIANS 0 J E Proffitt of West Virginia will be Consul to Pretoria The degree of L L D was ca BedTk ham by Central University of Danville The Hon South Trimble was i unanimously declared the dern lliesStaelte IV met at Spring mentionislPresident Palma of Cuba indi cated to President Roosevelt that toiable n There are seven prominent cati didates for the Republican nomina itiou for Governor of Nebraska The convention met at Lincoln yesterday Chairman Nelson having refused to appoint officers for the congres sional primary of June 28 in Campbell county representatives Gooch and Nadaud will name them Republican members of the Se ate Committee on Cuban Relations have agreed on the Spooner bit providing for reciprocity with Cuba anda caucus tomorrow night will consider the measure The Court of Appeals adjourned Saturday for the Summer va cation On account of the early adjournment of the court and the lateness of the arguments in the nHoward case the decision in this case will not be rendered at this term but will go over to the autumn term as does the Caleb Powers ease The Court of Appeals affirmed the judgment of the Wayne Circuit Court in the case of Sam Hardin vsi W R Cress etc Cress was the certificate of election as county judge of Wayne in IgOr Hardin his cotested al leging irregularities in the vIi precinct After the votes ad been counted and certified the election officers failed to pre in serve themand they were burned was the ground of the contest here was no charge of fraud Then lower court dismissed the petition this vas sustained In the joint speaking at Burks vine last week between HonsrVin IS cent Boreing David Clson and Ed candidates for the rePu elican nomination for Congress inj the Eleventh district the firstI named candidate devoted consider ittfluengt ce sJ one reason why he should be rel1 nominated In reply Col hocal about his influence at t White House but I can prove to you he hasnt got as much standing g k i THIS Season for a chancre The KEEP opponent there as r the president has lily T Washington to din itz House but Boreio et been asked ItOpl1t the mahogany with Tecrowd yelled and eregraes present seemed thceatly tickled at the jokeGlasgow Times RTESefA Russian oil well in the Baku says United States Con sue James C Chambers of Batum in a ecent rePort produced 180- ooo barrels per day for the first two or three days and continued to flow un tiljt produced over 2ocLQood barrels This well was 1813 feet and finished with a fourteen fpipeInTexasowner of this well that produced 2000000 barrels in thirty days lost money at it But the well was on government property and subjectJto a tax of5 kopeks per pood or 2 3 2 cents on 36112 pounds and further a high wind carried the oil viUagetrepainting about all the houses in the village The big well was stopped by striking another in the near depthn islwhen Mr Chambers wrote to the State Department A SPLENDID REMEDY Neuralgic pains rheumatism lumbago and sciatic pains yield to the penetrating influence of Bat lards Snow Liniment It penetrates to the nerves and bone and being absorbed into the blood its healing properties are conveyed to every part of the body and effect some wonderful cures Mr D F Moore Agent Illinois Central RaiL way Milan Tenn states I have used Ballards Snow Liniment for myIhtlVe could not do without it 250 502 andoo Sold by all diugf sists Louisville is to be ina projected candy combine Smallpox has been entirely abated the Indiana Reformatory at Jef fersonville Mrs Louis Westrop a whitewo is said to have killed her five children near Martin Miss Two American warships will be sent to the V revolutionts CONSTIPATED BOWELSi Tohave food health the bodYj should be kept in a laxative con dition and the bowels moved at least once a day so that all the isonous wastes are expelled daily Ir L Edwards I42NMainWichita Kansas writescirave used Herbine to regulate the hepast ten a reliable remedy Soc Sold by all drug istsy Si r h MtVernon Signal j FRIDAY JUNE 20 1902 Published every Friday by t EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO ddveriisdng rates made known on application DEMOCRATIC TICKET 0 FOR CONGRESS HON GEORGE G GILBERT OF SHELBY mI l H H IIENN1NGER 6X Wayne county is candidate for State ijrejijjjiirer subject to the action of the De static party i THE Hon G G Gilbert was de feiafed the Congressional nominee for this district by the democratic committee which men at Lawrence burg last Saturday For the last four years Mr Gilbert has faith 7 fully and ably represented this dis tact and his services have been fully appreciated by his constitu entsThat he will be given opposition t by the republicans is almost certain but it wilt all be done for the sake ot appearance ajid not be cause of any hope o1 ry the polls in next N Il some of our c is nessiuen would st tin utes sometime an ual lookratsome of the i n frbntTO their places wv we believe they will s PJr import nce bf making a few improvements It is a shame anda di grack for the sidewalks and streets to be allowed to get in such a terrible l condition How can an town hope to prosper when its citizens have no enterprise or ge up about them Ex Gov Bradley the Kentucky dictator has recently furnished Collector Craft with a list of sixteen 1 names of persons whom he de sired to be looked after in the di tribrlpTqn of the spoils but being passed unnoticed by the Collector y there is trouble in the land and the Governor is wanting to buy a givinghisTHB Somerset Journal pay JudgeT Z Morrow the following deserving compliment It would be a strange sort of people who do not give the judge a warm corner in their hearts after a life of active honorable and honored service i their behalf Over in this neck oft the district the people want him for their judge about as bad as ie is known to want a grandson THE Hon George G Gilbert has faithfully aud brilliantly served th Eighth district and the entire Democratic party during two terms uominatioiIwithout opposition for a third ter is both a generous and ajust reco nition of true worth Times THE counties of Jefferson Kenton Fayette Campbell Bourbon and Daviess pay nearly one half of of the State taxes The totalval ue ofproperty subject to taxation in Kentucky is 598829 633 The countjhoi Jefferson pays nearly one foutth of the taxes of the State Tiri beet Sugar nien are 10 willing for the tlnitedStates to len a helping hand to C tJain the wa of a reitiefioii oh ifciports and ex ports to and from that country as was soearriestlyrequdsted by Presi dent Palma and the Cuban govern I ment A deaf ear is all they get SENATOR HANNA in reply to a letter fromCol Cutler Smith of Ala insists that he is not to be candidate in jany sense of the word for the Presidency in 1904 Well he may not be if he can keep con I trols well without it Since ExGov Bradley has come to the conclusion that Col lector Croft is not his knd man he has been able to oralt former Collector Sapp merit than he even thought him to possess r i r r ry j 4 v NEWS ITEMS Io It is officially announced thatt tfce condition of King EdVi much improved Owing to the drouth in Texas the bullock for any corn crop in that State this year is gloomy The New York representatives have asked Congress to appropriate 600000 to cover the deficit of the Buffalo Exposition Charles Powers indicated for complicity inthe quarter house fight has been arrested and placed in jail at Pineville Herman D loritzja Brooklyn inventor was killed at the first suc cessful test of a device he had spentI 25 years perfecting A little daughter of Wm Blank enship of Christian county wa attacked by a rooster and receive- probably fatal wounds Charley Hinkle was shot an killed at Barbourville by Bert Cat ron The trouble is said to have been caused by a game of cards The jury in the case of Will Mosby colored charged with kill ing J N Hawkins in Lexington failed to agree and was dicharged The printers in the employ of the government in Manila have p titioned Commissioner Ide asking that their salaries be paid in gold The cholera situation in that e Philippines is alarming and Manila has quarantined against all othe places Smallpox is prevalent also Eight girls were cremated in a fire 1n Philadelphia They became panicstricken and overcrowded the jJfire escapes Many were injured John Wanamaker is said to nego tiating for the Palmer Hous- s in Chicago with a view to buildiu the largest depattment store in the world on the site of the hotel YTbe Tippecanoe Battlefield Asso memoritservice Sunday at the battleground near Lafayette Ind Mr Henry Watterson delivered the address The Kentucky Good Roads Cbii vention into be held in Lexington Aug 13 and 14 during the Elks fair and carnival Over 150 de1 gates are expected from all parts of StateA mailtrain and an accom Sumgmit Tenn on the Nashville Chattanooga and St Louis railroad- S Four trainmen were killed and fifteen persons were injured commissionders Feeble Minded Institute at Frankfort M J Meagher wa elected president of the board an- n W S Dehoney who resigned as commissioner was elected secretary IInternal Revenue Com miesioner Yerkes has published a ruling that a bottli g warehouse established bye one distiller and set apart for his use may be utilized by different distillers having spirits on the dis tillery premises Louisvillegt Northern Hotel Chicago in the presence of his bride of only fir days Mr Fleck was unpacking valise and in taking out a pistol dropped it The weapon was discharged and the bullet entered Mr Flecks mouth and penetrated hi brain Articles were filed in Frankfort Railtthae oYf com paiiy is owned by the C Oand will construct a road from White house Johnson county through that county Floyd and Pike into Virginia Work on the road will begin July i Miss Custis a Saed in Alexandria Va on thec charge of breaking the Jim Crow car law Miss Lee was taken to the police station followed by a crowdof excited citizens Miss Lee was discharged to appear in police court to answer the- harge if the railroad company hpu d desirje to prosecute the tsase e Tie affair causedvgpat excitement 1 r k 4 LIVINGSTON 0 Wix Dillion went to Stanford Tuesday Miss Lena Griffin is some better this week y R B llu1 ins of Mt Vernon was in town Wednesday Miss Mary Dqiy of Richmond is the guest of Mr and Mrs R A Sparks Mrs T D Mullins and children visited relatives at Mullins Station Sunday John Magee went to Jackson county on professional business Tuesday Mrs Jane Owens is visiting he daughter Mrs Ernest Thompson- at Corbin J F Cooper Matt Ford and oth VerneddAirs Allen of Altamont wa guest of Mrs George Griffin Wednesday Mr and Mrs Steve Carson are visiting Mrs Cummins at New comb Tenn Mrs Charles Redd is visiting her son Charles Redd and family at Crab Orchard soneWalter returned home from Crab Orchard Friday Misses Addie Baker and Beulah Smith of Mt Vernon are visiting BakerrMrs Joseph Coffey sister of Mrs W R Dillion is seriously ill at her home at Stanford Miss Birdie Estes of Mt Vernon is visiting Mrs Geo Reynolds at the Mullins Hotel IeggMesdames B N Roller and Jas Davis attended the contest Stanford Tuesday Evening Midis were Mrs Ed Woodall Tuesday Judge and Mrs WP Rain have returned from a visit with their daughter at Rowland sMessrs Cox Furnish and White theRiverside Mansion Sunday Mrs Mary Mullins went to Me shons XRoads Tuesday and pur chased a splendid Jersey cow Misses Carrie and Eva Baugh ol Mershons XRoads were the guests of Miss Lida Cook last week Mr and Mrs Buck French fro t down the River were the guests a Dr and Mrs Cooper Saturday Louisvillelie stave business is here this week Jackson Jones is suffering with a bad arm caused by a flying piece of steel while at work on the sec tionMiss Carrie Morris Uncle Job Smith Mrs Josie Sambrook and Mrs Jane Van Nuys are on the sick list- Masters Mitt and James and lit tie Miss Sallie Cook of Jellico are isiting their cousin Miss Lid Cooke WaVa returned home Thursday ac companied by her sister 1IrB F Parkers Born to Mr and Mrs Will Hil ton Wednesday June 18th a lively Thankts to Dr Cooper Miss Mary Cplyer of Hardin countYJwas the guest this week of Miss Martha Hamm at A N Bentleys Mrs Samuel Ward entertained few friends last Friday with an elegant dinner in honor of Samuel Wards birthday Mrs W B Dillion and little ons returned from a visit with Mrs Bettie Broaddus of Lincoln Saturday W G Jones and son Bert of Buckeye and Grandpa Boston Dillion of Lancaster are at the Riverside Mansion A N Bentley entertained his friends with a serenade Tuesday j vening over the telephone which vas en ovedb y all t i 2 j yrd Mrs Judith Chestnut of Maret burg visited Mesdames Hayes George Griffin Jerome Adams and weekIJasper Durham Joe Carson Erank and Tom Burton were fishing near old Dillion Sunday They say Jasper is an excellent cook Misses Georgia and Mattie Me Ferron and Lillie Butner of Mt Vernon were here Saturday and Sunday the guests of Dr and Mrs Childress Misses Leona and Elnora little daughters of Mr and Mrs George McCarthy are visiting their grand brGen Dan Collier of Lancaster Judge Sam Lewis and John Brown of Mt Vernon and WrT Short- I of Richmond were at the Riverside Mansion Tuesdays Miss Mary Williams and Elmer Williams of Brush Creek were the guests of Mr and Mrs JR Stuck ey Saturday while attending the Sunday school convention The Revs McCready of Win Chester and Hancock of Corbin will hold Episcopal services at the Presbyterian church Sunday June 22nd Everyone is cordially invited to attend Miss Sallie Carmical who Vas the guest of Mrs Ed Woodall was suddenly called to her home at Mt Vernon Wednesday on ac count of the serious illness of Mrs Charles Carmical- Childrens Day was observed at the Presbyterian church Sunday The teachers and children all de sorve special mention for their good work Over 600 was col lected by the children John Jewels wife of Mullin- Station was shot by Joe Moore a namedtplace Wednesday evening an died Thursday morning Moors claims the shooting was accidental Will Dooley of Mullins Station HinsRevs Ewers and Hartsfield of Mt Vernon attended the Sunda school convention The conien parttccCommanderrand Mrs Rose Deputy State Com mander and Mrs Sallie Ballan are here attending a meeting o the Lady Maccabees of this place They are having a splendid meet ing They served lunch to the afternoonflard are the guests of Mrs Shau non McKinney and Mrs Russel Dill ion The EGGS the coffee roaster uses to glaze his coffee with would you eat that kind of t1eggs Then why drink them Lion Coffeehas no coating of storage eggs glue ctc coffeepure unadulterated fresh strong andof delightful flavor L and aroma Uniform quality and insureda Venezuelan revolutionists capt ured La Velr Kc Cora a sea ourt town ann flee hours b rdjight i tJ g ThnJ10rt thu John D Rocke feller gnvc o Chicago University an additional 750000 is offioiillv denied Cam i1rnline who lived on less thin fi flee i ceits a day tita found dfiid his room in New York Ht lift sin estate worth oer 500000 toapl 11 deriug llejtd ror lergiisotfyouth h Tv Toun I de Idcil the roadside with his thrnt cut fnllh ear to v ir tr I Only 50 CentsIto make your baby strong and wel A fifty cent bottle of Scotts Emulsion will change a sickly baby to sptemp romping child Only one cent a think IIofScud foro free simi and try It score fit iotvYChemis 40 4t5 Vearl Street New VvJ irI auJ Jioo zl istI r or t ADDITIONAL LOCALS C Charley the little six year old son of Mr and Mt Henry Bales fell from the tc P or a fence dislo eating the elbow havIipatients in quarantine in Bee IickI locality some of them pay auv attention to instructions writs of arrest will be issued W understand those cases on Rock castle side of line are under better l discip1ineI this office is enabled to turn out and quicker work than ever and still at the low rates that have ruled heretofore We can turn out anything from a dodger to a good sized catalogue on short notice UVe will do the rest to your satisfaction John Moore shot and probabl- fatally wounded a Mrs Jewel his sisterinlaw near Brush Creek Wednesday Henry More a brother to the man who did the killing was arrested brought Khere and placed in jail but Johi Moore made fiis escape A fe shots wer exchanged between Mr Jewel an Moore Mrs Jewel is dead It appears that the first report the fight at Livingston was somewhat exaggerated in regard to the those wounded It turns out that those beaten up come around all right in a few days and proved a alibi to the report Some of tlt participants have surrendered an given bond others are yet in the background In a school book case at Lebanon last week a decision was given in superintendss It chaptholdd byea case ir to that in Rockcastle The pub lishing house appealed the case At the contest at Stanfo r MuyI won prize a diamond ring and the second prize an elegant gold wat was awarded Miss M Kay Sallee of Harrodsburg The judges were Hons R J Breckinridge of Dan LondonfIRELAND Mr J W Ireland President of the late class of Central and an exceedingly well equipped young man has ac cepted a position as assistant ic tl Harrodsburg Academy for next HAT SALESMAN iiiyear Mrt iiciaiicl grftlrated high in his class girl iy particularly well classicalian ngLJu ae U News N ILotti ua Jluae 16 igos nadilIa almost by unanimous vote decided herepr S Ohl0JIl1illOS aJJJlhers by taking steps to permanently establish a apIbutIsomething must be done if she de sired to retain her prestige especi ally in tILe live stock market The great State Fairs just north of us have brought stfch vast benefits to the States in which they are held apItheYsmaller the States natural advant ages are such that by means of these newly instituted State Fairs she will be able to retain her prestige provided the proper support is given by her citizens The Legis lature directed that the State Pair auspicesd f ers Association whose directorsj Stateof j Under the provisions of the Legis afire Act all the profits of the State Fair are to accrue to a fund for future State Fair purposes Therefore in the strictest sense of the nword it is an enter prise for the pecidmen While Louisville has been selected as the place for holding the Fair this year it will result in far greater benefit to all the rest of the State than to the metropolis It is estimated that fully 95 per cent of atnountgerin addition to the States 15000 contribution is bound to go to farmers and stockmen who live greatestbenefitlife and empetus which will be given to the business of fa mtng dand live stock breeding in Ken The citizens of Louisville apt predating more and more every year dependence on the prosperity hof the 118 Counties outside of Jef have subscribed a guarantee fund of over 10000 to be used if necessary to help defray the ex enterpriseTheers Association directors are man aging the Fair without financial reward other than that which must thegfarming pursuits eTrouble is threatened among the k Apache Indians in Arizona Ji 0 CHAS C DAVIS jThe Place to Obtain v NT Fresh Drugs ALSO Patent Medicines of all Kinds Perfumery Stationery I Toilet Articles CIGARS AND TOBACCO Paints and Oils allhoursPhone No 64 w R c FctJg vMo v eT at n A UWAPLETh L1N t Or 1 SHfELDS HATSr EVERY ONE GUAFULNT ED mH THE MAKER Latest New York Styles E AT 0 PJJSCH FRITH r tj soil GiSir BrodHeadrKyi t F r rV f IIVt Vernon Signal 1t VERK N KY JUNE 20 i9o2 I 9 Cill up No r9 vheryou xvtinito Cam n unicnte with SIGNAL 79 J LOUISVIUC 4 NASHVILLE R R cJITIME TABLE 24 north 1105 a m i 26 uorthu 104 am 23 south 200 p m 25 South 139 am TAB LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 ftered at the Mt Vernna My Post ctce us iec sndcless man matte- rPERSONALS 0 Mrs T Fish has been ill but is betterW J Sparks was in Louisville MondayWilliam Baker was up from PulaskiC Williams wins in Louisville WednesdayBluford Cummins condition con tinues very critical Burdett McKenzie visited relatives at Rowland this week Nelson Griffin was initiated into ithe Maccabees Monday night George D Penuington is visit ing homefolks here this week Elmer Hansel is In from Bedford Ind on a visit to relatives Miss Fannie Sparks accompanied Miss Mat Williams to Nashville Mrs E B Miller and son Frank are visiting relatives at Lancaster Misses Beulah Smith and Ada Baker visited relatives in Living stonTom French was clerking in the store of J Fish several days this weekMrs Charlie Forbes has been visiting relatives here and at Level Greena J r Col D R Collier and Deputy Collector WT Short were here Monday W R McClure has mowed sev eral clover meadows and reports a good yield D S Purdom and family are visiting relatives in Lincoln and Marion counties Ed M Short has a nice position as electrician in Lexington tele phone exchange Andy Prewitt is trotting in the harness of a push cart delivering goods about town W H Spradlin and sou will stop off here tomorrow on their way home to Gallatin Teiin Miss Lucy Brock after a pleasant stay of one mouth with homefolks at London has returned- D L Carter and Prof Phillips ofthe Ky Freestone Co Langford were in Cincinnati Sunday John Proctor of Quail tells us he dug from his patch last Sunday potatoes as big as large goose eggs Misses Reca Baker Risse Williams Annie and Alza Thompson attended the contest at Stanford Wednesday right We regret to note that the health of Mrs D N Williams who is visiting the family of her son at Stanford has not improved Mrs Judith Chestnut havin just returned from a visit to her son Jack at Glendale Tenn is stopping with friends here for few days Rev WL Brock of London Tiessfoppaddas while on his return home from Lexington to see his sister Miss Lucy Brock The Rev J EWolford and wife were the guests of Mr and Mrs W I I Richards Friday night The Lancaster Theologian preach a very fine discourse at the Christian church while here Sam Fields leas returned from Jellteo and is living in D C Poynters residence Mr Fields is a mighty good man and we are glad to again be able to number him as one of our citizens c 1 AlaThe family of Dick Cummins hurriedly summoned doctor at attendIsuddenlyitaken ill They had eaten a rasp berry pie for supper The physi cion said the symptoms indicated poison All recovered willIleave the first of next week for Winona Lake Indiana We hope the change and much needed rest will do them both good and that the Dr who has been quite feeble for some months past from over work will return with his health fully recovered and able to resume his place as Pres of our Colleges LOCALS 0 Several of our boys are sporting bicycles Spring chickens have been selling here at iScts per Ib Livingston will soon have twenty more telephones installed Remember the celebration at Woodstock next Tuesday Experience is sometimes worth even more than you pay for it The locating survey of the Brush creek valley railroad is progressing Indications are that Rockcastle will have a big potato crop this season The finest garden we have notic ed in town is that owned by Willis Griffin There are more buggies in this locality than was ever known here tofore Albert Albright is making im provements on the Woodstock tel ephone line The Mt Vernon band will furnish music at Woodstock next Tuesday for the Masons Frith Collier Brodhead are rushed with orders for telephone poles from four states FOURTH JULY The L N will give 4th July rates J 13 fare to all points on the system Our good friend Col John B Fish is making a success in running the hotel Belmont Williamsburg The managers Misses Pike Ty ree and Francisco are making great j preparations for their big picnic July 4th The L N will give cheap rates tc Cincinnati tomorrow night week These excursions run every two weeks There will be the regular preach ing services at the Presbyterian church next Sabbath conducted by Rev Ewers All cabooses on the railroad are being fitted with conductors valves for applying air brakes which is a great convenience It will not be many days before we will have independent telephone connection with Louisvilles new plant of 5000 phones The Baptist Association held at London last week was well attend ed and ore of the most successful meetings ever h ldin the State A considerable amount of money was raised for charitable work The quarrymen at Langford struck last Thursday for higher wage D L Carter manager for the Kentucky Freestone Co was mengcame any or mand having been made upon the companyatold the men Monday that they could resume work on Tuesday morning at the old wa es and the company would tak u p their demand for advance deira nded The men refused to go to work Mr Carter was employiu en here Tuesday to take the st ike places It is to be regretted tttat tbg men and company could no agree upon some terms as the quarrymen are t said to be a good lot of workmen some of them having worked in the quarries for several years LaterThe employes of the Kentucky FreestoneCo at Lang ford who went out on a strike las weejc resume work yesterday at ian advance offive cents per day J I r i Mrs J IL Hayes of Wildie is reported to be very ill Mrs Tom French and daughter went to Parkville yesterday to visit relatives The wife of Charley Carmical died yesterday after an illness of several months H G Suttons public sale ofj farming implements live stock furniture etc takes place on Satur day June 21st C C Williams has made ex tensive improvements about his residence at corner of Richmond and Main streets The Red Men of Livingston will have a big powwow on July 4th All pale faces areinvited and are assured a good time Look at our ads from local and county merchants You will see many additions to the list in the near future The hogs the beautiful hogs that roam where they please rooting up gardens muddying tombstones and scattering fleas Champ Mullins ran the Living stow telephone exchange while Parson Hocker was in Louisville several days this week The pavement from Fishs corner to Christian church which should have been improved years ago is one of the eyesores of our town The travelling public and friends of Hugh Miller are pleased to have that excellent landlord and family resume charge of the Miller House The C O D liquor law went in to effect on i6th The express company had discontinued ship ments some days before the above date Dave Purdom who is raising chickens incubatoraline has started a cat graveyard after losing several dozen fowls by their depredations If you want to go rank staving crazy figure on the immensity of space and conceive that it has no end or stopping place in any direc tion from old earth A cold storage plant in which ice and other ingredients in five gallon lots will be on sale is men tioned as a probability in the near future for this place Rugs Carpets Matting and every thing found in a first class furniture store Also a full line of Undertakers goods- BEASLEY HAYES apr 11 tf Stanford Ky A number of Rock astle boys are working on section at Hazel Patch pTaylorgets as much or mor work out of a man than many orher foreman without any bullying sties He was raised on the trafek knows what a man can do ana How to him to do it without mistreatmg him The editor blew a horn in the Mt Vernon Band for a long timeI and has blown for the county and its citizens through this paper during the three years he thinks a few trumpet blasts in this issue about his plant and paper is not inappropriate Send or bring in your job work by mail hand or telephone We pay the freight both ways gwine and a co nun The old county well on street corner just west of court house which has not been used for past thirty years is being deepened AllI the curbing has been removed and blasting has been going on for a week or more Monday afternoon when the workmen were at the top taking a fresh breath of air something like a ton of stone and dirt fell in from one side The men resumed operations as though nothing had happened Sometime last year Chaffles K Lewis of this county who has made three trips to CentrallAmer ica and spent sevehyvears in the forests of that countr u erintend ing a gang of men in lumbering in the rosewood and malic jraiiy for ests shipped several leg f these valuable woods to th s county which he bad sawn up it thmill at Quail John Proctor who is a natural mechanic machinist cabi geniuscanes and various pieces of fine furniture which Mr Lewis dis MrtProctor is now engaged in making a suite of furniture which will be the finest ever made ituour count 3 4 J t ti The dates of the Brodhead Fair are Aug 20 21 and 22 Papers publishing fair dates are requested- to copy this The Secretary is Mr J ThosCheny The sale of the land belonging to the hiers ofH G Sutton deceas ed will take place here next Monday June 23 instead of tomorrow as reported in our last issue The little daughter of Lige Wathen of near Livingston had her arm broken and elbow Dislo cated by a fall yesterday Dr pbysicianIGrand total value of all property as assessed for taxation after ex emptions have been deducted Rockcastle county has 1056818 Total amount taxes to be collected 528409 The growing weeds and accumu lating rubbish in front of some of the Main street business houses and residences doesnt indicate a wide awake spirit of the owners of said properties The Walnut Grove brass band which had taken but four lessons under Eugene Mullins of this place played two tunes into the phone a few days since in a very cijedita ble manner HOTELHugh Miller is again in charge of the Miller House Mr W J Rider who has been run ning same for the last year will probably put up a large livery feed and sale stable something which is very badly needed At the ford of Renfro creek lust beyond Buckeye is a bottom known as the Uncle Billy Baylor place This land has been planted in corn for forty fourconsecrltlveyears including 1902 It has never failed to make corn in all that timexj The South American gentleman who recently visited his friend Bert Whitehead of this county is of a- more talkative nature than Mr W and his narratives of their ad ventures and experiences in that far away country was very interest hug Brodhead will have a big 4th July picnic Livingston Red Men will hold a war dance on same date Its nearly impossible to be at both places at same time so the situation resolves itself into a matter of tossing the penny or drawing straws NOTICE U Parties owing the firm of FRITH DUNN will please call and settle their accounts before theIFRITH DUNN jun 20 2t Brodhead Ky Telephone subscribers including toll patrons are getting splen did service between this place and Livingston Brodhead and other county points will be added to subscribers list as soon as company can place phones Just have a little patience and you will get more than has been promised or asked for- Monk Taylor who has harden on the Walk Newcomb lolnear depot While chopping out apatch- of careless weed few days v since he was surpriseJuto see the arrival of flying ants which attacked the weeds Monk tookhis hoe 10 the shade within two hours but few weeds remained to tell the tale The Kentucky Freestone Co of Langford has received their dummy engine which they are us ingin switching cars in their quar ries andyard They tell it on Prof Phillips that 4ie called over phone asking for orders to run to Wildie and return as an extra so as to get a small express package there for one oChis friends Let everyone having a residence or business houseon Main street clear offthe weeds in frdnt of their houses It will take a very small space of time to doS The im provement will be gre and add much to the looks besi lesXit win lend the impression fo visitors that we cut weeds at least once a year and other visitors need have ear of getting lost iu the weeds l1o R iMahi street It leastjs c r y f Io v Dont Rusht i J = == u o 32 = = BetterPiae I Than Ever I 2 A Few Heavy Pairs Mens4r Iand Ladies Shoes Sell at Greatly Re duced Prices Note i the Reductions f Regular Price r25 to 130 90 cents and up Fail to Come While these Shoe Bargains are offered Goods and give prices and you can Solicited this SHOE BARGAIN Sale IC H FRITH Brocthead Ey Shoe Brand q RADE FERTILtZERS jfLl Grade No2 ulred Grower 1 20 d cent and approved yable- a 1902 will be ace Idby J P WAT Brodjiead Kg i OF AT VERNON VERNON KY a OPENED 1900 tS 001 JAS T ADAMS VIC PRES R A B FURNISH ASST CASH McKenzie Geo Livesay A T Fish tiVincent Boreing J E Houk of firms and individuals Careful atten WillStockentrusted to us patrons are invited to callwhenin town ivGO TO o MCKENZIE S r VERNON I KY f VV I for Everything in f r V i q Merchandise Boots and Shoes tMlcr General D AT Ii WEST PRICES l r f Stf2 4 OWENS B DhRTAKD 2 L Coffins Robes Etc Orders by Mail Telegraph or Telephone Promptly filled q KBNTU Y GRIFFINLJndertlcer and FUNERAL DIRECTOR lit Vernon Kv 111urnishc Embalming done on short notice Come and see me anything I have not got can get for you orii5t train that leave the city K f GXRDEiRS by wire Prom ptJ Filledw i j PhoneNo 63 7 r J JI oZ i 4F 4 vi 4j= L iref at Strasbourg 0 caused ail- oXs of 100000 It is thought the fire was started by robbersIJTAX OF BABIKS Extreme hot weather is a great tax upon the digestive power of babies when puny and feeble they should be given a few doses of Whites Cieam Vermifuge the childrecs tonic It will stimulate and faclitate the digestion of their food so that they soon become 25CfSold by all druggists r RILEY HOUSE A B RILED Prop KYbHEADQUARTERS for Com i Good Sample Room and convenient to Depot Rates 2 oo- PVeranda er day The i r Hotel JOSEPH C0FFEY PRCXPR TSt1tft01d y Specially equipped for traveling men Sample roomon first floor Bath rooms free to Qfc RAtES 200 e- rFiotel RL COLL Located at the D- BRObHEA ROOD LIVERY ATTACHED Sleet all Trains Day and Night Traveling Men and Railroad men Solicited a Will furnish Lunches for all trains W M Francisco MONUMENTAL WORKS Brodbead Ky i Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones ALL YORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVEN P A Pennington D D S MD DENTST N W Cor Third and Chestnut Sts LOUISVILLE KY Will be at Miller HOUSL Mt r ernon during all Circuit Courts apIlyingWe obtain U 8 and Foreign I PATENTSr EN TIRE attorneys fee Send model sketch or photo and we scud an IMMEDIATE EREE report on patentability We give legal service and advice and our charges are moderate Try us F 9 ftuirmijPatent Opp US Patent OfficeWashington DC New Fast Train TO C0LORADO UTAH AND THE PACIFIC COAST In effect Sunday May 19th The new train will leave St Louis t 900 a m daily the evening train to same points ioro p in daily Through sleeping car service be tween St Louis San Francisco and Northwestern points Only line tliat does a twice daily Excursion tickets now on sale For further information address R X G Matthews T P A Louisville Ky H C TOWNSEND GeniPassr anti TktAgt St Louis ilnsuraace of all killds Cull at the Signal office Mf Vernon J J j iv According to a from Jack JIa trite in Breatluttf county HOT WKATHER WEAKNESS 1isllessllaud effects of summer weather These symptoms indicate that a tonic is needed that will create a healthy appetite male digestion perfect regulate the bowels and impart natural activity to the liver This Herbine will do it is a tonic laxa tire and restorative H J Free gard IJropr Grand View Hotel Cheney Kan writes I have used Herbine for the last 12 years and nothing on earth can beat it It yas recommended to me by Dr Newton Newton Kan Soc Sold by all druggists f XVn nairrl My hair was falling out very L fast and I was greatly alarmed H then tried Hair Vigor and IMrsThe trouble is your hair I does not have life enough Act promptly Save your hair Feed it with Ayers Hair Vigor If the gray hairs are beginning to show Ayers Hair Vigor will restore color every time aoo a bottle drogtfctH If your druggist cannot supply you send us one dollar and we will express you a bottle sure and give the name of yocr nearest express Address J C ATEIt CO Lowell Mass MT VERNON DIRECTORY COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURT Fourth Mon day in each month- QUARTERLY COURT Fiist MO day in January ApriL July and OctoberCIRCUIT COURT Second Mon day in February Fotfftn Monday in May and Third Monday in Sep temberMT VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month CHURCHES Services it the Christian Church Preach ing 1st 3r Sundajs at 11 a m and at 730 p Sunday School 930 am every Sunday Prayer Meeting Every Thursday 730 pm The public arc cordially Invited to Mteu all services UAYIDIIARTSFIELDPastor Presbyterian Holds services on the 4th ciunday morning and evening Mcthodit will hold services at the pres bytciian church on the 2nd Sunday morning and evening in each month Baptist Church Services en the Third Saturday night and Sunday School at 9n m every Sunday Pra meeting on Tuesday nights MASONIC Ashland Lodge No G40 meets 4th Mon day 10 A fssriiT viuixox Ji A CHAPTER NO 140 MEETS every FOURTH MONDAY at 2 p m MACCABE EST OT M TEXT Xo 21 meets every 1st and till Monday at 750 p in JAS E IFOUK Com J J PING It K- PROFESSIONAL C C Williams ATTOREYATLAW MT VERNON KY JESrOFFICE On 2rd floor of The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church streetSpecial attention given to collections Phone No So M LMYERSDentist MT VERNONKY FIRSTCLASS Wo17 OFFICE nevlbrick PHONE No 73 Miller House J HUGH MiLLER PROPRIETOR Head Quarters forl Commercial MenV Importer ta11 trains ij r S r if Fp Land Stock and Crop V Henry Catron bought from Henry Wood a slack saddle mare jt giro Anderson Chenault has boniflit from Ray Moss for July deliveiy 16 head of 1250 pound cattle at 55 15 Mt Sterling Gnr tie It should be remembered thitan orchard as surely as a cornfield consumes tilt fertility of the soil and that to starve the sol is jIS sure to prove unprofitable in the one case as in the olher- Chickens from the time they are two weeks old should be made to hustle during nice weather Those that sit around and wait lo be fed soon droop and die while those that arc kept busy either by the hen or by scratching in the litter of brooders look thrifty and grow fast Of all grains as regular food for poultry we place oats first even chicks no more than six weeks old eat oats and thrive on it Rolled oats make one of the best foods for very young chicks So that there is no time during the age of a fowl when oats are not good and economical food At the Bigler sale of Shorthorns at Hartworth Iowa last week three Wild Eyes brought an avet age of over 1500 Oneot the Wild Eyes Gist sold for 3040 O S Johnson of this county has a mil ofexactly the same breeding as this cow being by the same sure and their dams being sisters Clover hay harvest will begin this week and was never better in this neck of the woods Wheat larvest will be on hand in ten days and the crop is very light Rye will follow wheat in a few days and the crop is phenomenal and later will come the oat crop and the indications at this time are that it will be a record breaker Fal mout Pendletionian LOST STRAYED OR STOLENA bore hog mostly black some white atupoint unmarked will weigh about So or 90 pounds Good stock and has been gone about two weeks A liberal reword will be paid for the return of same or any informa tion leading to the recovery JONAS MCKENZIia Mt Vernon Ky TAKEN UPI have in my poses sion at my home 4 miles west of Brodhead the farm known as the Smith Adams farm a black bor eacdh ear weigh 125 pounds has been at my place about four months Owner can have same by paying all darn ages and for the printing of this noticejun 2t GEORGE AIBBIGHT e FATSyEverybody said I had consumption writes Mrs A M Shields of Chauibersburg Pa I was so low after six months of severe sick ness caused by Hay Fever and Asthma that few thought I could get well but I learned of the mar velous merit of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption used it and was completely cured For desperate Throat and Lung Dis eases it is the safest cure in the world and is infallible for Coughs Colds and Bronchial Affections Guaranteed bottles 500 and 100 Trial bottles free at all druggists KENTUCKY FAIR DATES 0 Richmond July 1419 Georgetown July 22 26 Cynthiana July 30 Aug 3 Danville August 68 Lexington August iri6 Lawrenceburg August 1 22- Shepherdsville August 1922 Maysville August Shelbyyille August 2 29ILondon August 2729 Florence August 2730 2730IcBardstown r 26 Elizabeth town September 912 BowHng Green September 1013- Glasgow September 1013 Ewing September 1113 Louisville September 2227IHartford OctobprJ4 j Brodhead Aug 20 zziCrab Orchard Aug 2325 IJ iBar1ou il1e Sept 35 IThe SpanishAmerican treaty of 4ip will not be r ray for conclusion before auturna 4 j n 7CetitIal Labor Union atOwens bolo boycotted the Cumberland Telephone Company Former Congressman White of North Carolina iu the head of a syndicate to colonize North Carolina negroes at a nev town Vhite born near Cape LirtN J Prince Henry has consented to stand sponsor and leas sent a check to William and Henry Blume Newark N J lta irs born on the day the Emperors yacht was launched Mrs Gay But I told you to itemie the bill The MillinerThe bill I sent you on the 1St was itemized every item vvas there Mrs GayGracious You dont understand me I want you to send only one item each month or my husband will never pay itPhila del phia Press Headache Sick headache nervous head ache tired headache neuralgic headache catarrhal headache headache from excitement in fact headaches of all kinds arc quickly and surely curedwith DR MILES Pain PillsAlso all pains such as backache neuralgia sciatica rheumatic pains monthly pains etc Dr Miles Pain Pills are worth their weight in geld says Mr W D Krea mer of Arkansas City KauTheyc- ured my wife of chronic headache when nothing else would awayeout a supply and think everyone should keep them 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mporaritykcxr7v li OP J I the- lwwll ty altttlng but r tairati arir ia1 il iltltiL liver 5tcnles enoui lt bib ti t i1C t1 i t g lt lol tmlutu tiy h aff i=a1tnUalind inrtxslItr kS hi rnAIl3 tr J H k2io lt i Iq r7 frf 1v t1 4 t f j lCts on tr 57 1 riInterJTYcENTSPERBOTTLEter At Chas C Davis Drugstore ws rr I L firb trij Louisville Her desUf andSt Louis RailwYI oeseekers ExcursiorAT LOW RATESv TO THE WESTTic esSaie FH i a r S Ord Tuesdays ii MARC APRIL ana MA Y 1902 ar Mw iRwNimWaiwGVl4Ywsets s y ras Also lLevCc1 nit 11On1 py Rrtes TO the B Northwest a OJyfomia Points M v IFox Frtt Ir a ecta ddsI Q L GARRETT m 3 Trav Pass A crtt L J IRWIN G6 ass LiOVSVir KY J ItitJ1tb tt 1t1ftlmt Jaaao w w 5 dent WHY I a not the D o 4 I Massey Businesg CoHegef f LOUISVILLE KY i i 1 It is the leading Commercial School in Kentucky 2s Its courses of study are thorough and systematic tIimonth immediately graduation + 4 We pay railroad fare to Louisville +a 5 We refund upon graduation every cent of tuition paid to us if pupil is not thoroughly satisfied LWrite for Elegant Catalogue and Special Discounts I+ IfufintlJtj1ilti11 ltt h jal iiit p Il iul il liiFli iliR lIlpltliJlIJII i IfI1f CAR i t L TERtAre b streach b the Co ton elt ich lines toTexaslwithout Ndt aArecoormakefor al partsof Texas 0 aho site ir e and I pdian Territory i FT WORT i fYLeI1HQCYEPOQ7 tL 0 GATES riAC t iul0 If ydii want to flmd a RmoA golileOusTON cALVtarrrrnisedandwherope I handsltnebookletswest and Tekas with a Camera Sent fre to tiny conditionsF R Iiiii T P Ai tIIlO L P iT A ST UiilS W gr FILTHY TEMPLES IN INDIANA Sacred cows often defile Indian temples but worse yet is a thats poluted by constipation permit it Cleanse your system with Dr Kings New Life Pill and avoid untold misery rhIgive lively sctive digestion fine appetite 25C atall druggists Miss Hundley died of burns in HetuyC0t111ty some sections of Tennessee IIn i1 balll for over seventy d- ayiJs 1 s vv t r 1 You take Course upon students Through L laBEAUME body Dont livers good Only Sallie jt should DUKE ITbe fine short horn bull will the season of 1902 at my r place 176 miles from Mt Vernontf- at I i dun 6 st DAVID HYSINGER S D Hysinger bought of W G 30IBeasjey and Hayes Stanford Ky77 is the place to buy your new carpets apr n tf FOR RENT A dweljng on South side Main street A vet desirabl place Call at thIs office yyrj3