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money if you fail to visit our IIgreat g purchasesJ IF and get lows prices in the Brick next to the post near railroad crossing DISPUf ANT A 0 J E Hammond went to Berea Saturday Mr and Mrs Sol Hammord visited relatives at Bqbtown Satur day Mr aud Mrs ddie McGuire atfP tended church at Brush Creek SunfIl day Miss Mar who has beenj sick for some time is better at this writing Mrs Sallie Wood and little Son Ames visited Mrs R ASvisford last week Mrs Nan Abney and daughter Miss Parrie Lee Mrs John- Waddle Sunday Squire J M Reynolds and daughter Ciiessie Mr and Mrs J XV Lambert of Boone Sun day HOT WEATHSR WEAKNESS If you feel fagged out listless and lacking u energy you are per haps debilitatingteffects of summer weather These symptoms indicate thata tonic is that will create a healthy appetite jnake digestion perfect regulate tlie Dowels and impart natural activity to the liver This Herbine will do it is a tonic laxa JreeIgardJropr Cheney Kan writesU have used Hcrbine for the last 12 years and nothing on earth can beat it It was recommended tome by Dr Newton Newton KanA 50 Sold by all druggists Judg- Tuesday e Pettus died at Somerset He was abrother of Br OrchardIi Mens S00 Suits Mens 750 Suits at ins 10 00 Suits jhi3drznss Cent Line THE THE E l June QH Ladles Styles Ladies At t=EVERY PIECE WEARS A RELIA BLE 0I away oppoltunityto US Big office Owens visited visited needed PERCALLES AND DIMITIES worth 10 to 15c no- wAT712CTS QUAIL Wo Ban Brown lost a good mare Frank Brinkley was in this part last week W H Brovui was here buying stock this week Dock Owens sdlcftb Fount Har ris a horse for rSo fr ttit VqlrO eus was in Pulaski Friday on business Miss Eva Brown is visitiiig relatives in Garrard andLincoln George Marler sold to Mitchell Norton a pair of mules for 200 Rice Gooch bought of Huston Osborue a pair of mules for I65 Miss LiHie McBee was in Mt Veruon from Friday until Monday Joe Brown sold to Joe Smith 3 yearlings at 55 and Heniy Sutton 3 to same at 4150 Joe Smith Henry Parkerson and Jarret Chestnut of the Hiatt section was in this part Saturday- J W Proctor was in Mtf Vernon Friday and Saturday attending the teachers county examination r G A Morgan bought of John Proctor 5 hogs at 5 cts and sold to Hill of Garrard 21 hogs at 56cts Walker Owens has returned home froni Medical College at Louisville having flub hed his second terns A C and Gran Sowder JN Brown Wade Mullins and others of Level Green attended the Sutton sale Saturday GenA SBurt retiredf just back from the Philippines proposes that the Philippines be sold to Ja pan for 1 5 0000006 on tlie Install oaent plan 7 V v 30O 45O 65O GOOD i- YARDWIDE 1I = MENS HATS 35Ct 5 CRAB ORCHARD 0Sam Maget was with his mother TuesdayMr L Anderson is very sick at this writing Miss Mollie Brooks visited friends in Stanford this week Miss Jennie Collier is visiting relatives at McKinney Mrs Scott Paris is confined to the house with a sick spell Mrs LE Fish spent several days in Stanford last week Miss Bert James arrived home V from Louisville yesterday IlIiss Delphia Newland was in week on business FisbILittle Miss Suebelh James of Stanford is visiting her aunt Mrs JTHoldam V beenISpenMollie Brooks Valentine Thompson spent night of theISth kwiJh his l1c1I Geo Thompson Dr Eduiiston and wife spent Sunday last at McKinuey with his brother andsister We are glad to report Mrs W C Hutchison and Mrs George De Borde as improving Abram Adams of Lebanon has joined his wife and children at Mrs Jane Buchanans r Mrs Rebecca Pearman of Cor bin is spending a few days with her parents Adam Tankersley and rI r JD Steiubergen of Rowland is in town with the probability of getting a job with the carpenters on the fair grounds Miss Tevis Collier who was toI go Ito Cartersville last Sunday to assist the choir was prevented from going by sickness A big crowd was in attendance at the opening 1at the Springs on the 20tli There wili be a ball there every Friday evening during the season t r TheBaud boys vent to Carter ville oi Sunday last to furnish the music for the observance of Childrens Day They report a good time big crowd good dinner and good order V Mrs Rothwell ot Dripping Springs was in town week buj ing good things to tickle the palate of her boarders and she knows how to serve them at her things on her table more than once The revolutionists are gaining in Venezuela r pt t Jrt ITff00 ShoesMens SiltW 5 Mens 150 Shoes at 41 I LADIES KID I GLOVESI centsI elfuUJsmoneyJ Livingstoni el1Slcook Phone No 82 X HIATT Mrs Henry Ponce is reported very sick illidarisHing Joshua Boreing Jr of Lexing tons was here Thursday Mr MrClar3 entertained quite number of friends Sunday iDan Hold mail of Crab Orchard this vicinity FridayI Andrew Adams theIt Pill ped ler4is working here this week Euimet Parkerson of this sec itiou went to Cartersville Sunday 0J N Cress bought of Jame- Moore a nice bunch of hogs at sMc Mr A C Hiatt bought of Dave Signiaa due cbwat about r ctslbr Chestnntlrove corn Mrs Geo Griffin of Green Hill is visiting her mother Mrs William l Adams J RvBryantfille l his regular appointment at Hickory Grav- Sunday J W Moore went to Bee Lick Saturday to visit his daughter Mrs C C Gibbs 11Ir Ed Smith and family are spending this week with relatives in Lincoln county Drs Benton and GravofBrodhead passed through here Monday enrout to Wildie iVillie Branaman jr and Saiid ford Coffey of Wildie paid Hiatt a pleasant call Saturday Messrs JSmith W J dies nut and Henry Parkerson attended Saturdayi Dri3enMr lrI shack Gentry andwife of ML Vernon were visiting in this vicinity Saturday and Sunday Eliza Hiatt went to Wildie ilMrs to see her sister Mrs who died Wednesday morning IMr W K Cleavlaud and wife returned to their home in Rich jtnond Tuesday after a short visit Ho relatives in this neighborhoodI Mr Thos Tate was in Hiatt Saturday afternoonexhibiting some very flue leads of wheat which hY croPsiJusrc lCONSTIPATED BOWELS To have good health thebody should be kept in a laxative con dition and the bowels moved at least once a day so that all the scmOUSW2 stes are expelled dally Me G L Edwards 142 N Main St Wichita Kansas writesIi have used Her iueto regulate the liver and bowels for the past ten years and found it a reliable remedy 5oc SolS by all drug- gistsi L A Pf I c r 31and r Ej I s I OUT I c aca Ir = CONWAV a Born to the wife of Jack Mobley a girl Frank Blazer was in Berea last Saturday j Geo W Shockley here last rvl Parker was in Mt Vernon last Wednesday- J H Sigman was in Berea SatI urday on business D C Pullins and U S Berry was in Paint Lick last Tuesday r W D Lewis was out from Berea last week looking for a milch cow Ms J H Hamilton was here on business first of the week R lVr e vaS il1 Ber pftJastt Sunday looking after some malri mony business Dr R H Lewis was here last Friday looking for machinery to cut his crop ofrye Miss vIattic McCarley of Lan caster is visiting her Aunt Mrs II Mrs Minevra of Paint Lick was the guest of her nephew DC Pullins first of the week Henry Mobley wants to buy a horse any one that has one to give away Call and see Henry Mrs Alrnelia Calwell and daught er of Berea was visiting Mrs Elmina Hardin Saturday and Sun day Isaac Hardin who is in on a two weeks stay from Hamilton O was with his mother Saturday night and Sunday j with J R McGolluhi on Little Clear creek T J Hayes is still holding fort at this place and is getting along nicely has added a nice bill of shoes to his stork and he is selling at a reasonable price VIRULENT CANCER DlStartling proof ofa advance in medicine is druggist G W Roberts of beth W Va An old man had long suffered with what doctors pronounced incurable can cer They believed his case hopeless till he used Electric and applied Buckleus Arnica Salve which treatment completely cured him When Electric Bitters are- used to expel billious kidney and microbe poisons at the same time this salve exerts its matchless heal ing power blood diseases skin eruptions ulcers and sores vanish King Edward reached London in apparent good health and cor miI tion weekwa officially 1 Senator James K Jones who rer tires from Congress next year will be made an Ibllimian Lanai Com s 3missiner r + f L 1 J c r Ladies Sleeve less Vests a Garment Ladies and MissesHaI CLOSING PRICES 50C 75C TO 100 TAKE NOTiCE Lm rnreaJwas ndayi11Frank weeke familyi wonderfulI ElizaI BittersIJ drugIStsts inaugurated a- t4CTS THE Prices on all the Hundreds of articles in our store ARE GREATLY REDUCED SFURD MIS nney is iniprov inO v TooJ to John Barns 22 you 6cts each Miss iceley has return ed from where she has been attending school J W Waken and J H Sowder of Wabd town were in this partisome time back dealing in railroad stock A J Cress and Gentry Evens are going to lay by their crops of cornAin a few days They have in 150 acres more or less Dan Bullock has about two acres ofcorn silking and tasseling he needs more if he takes unto himself f a tier half as is suspected We are vlg court toa finish in this part The boys have to ber T t tcareful how they walk and which way they have their face turned Your correspondent shot and killed one old and two young foxes st week all in one day it not be a good day for fox killing Rev H T Williams filled his regular appointment Sunday at Blue Springs They like Rev Williams here The house would not accommodate onehalf of the people Allen Adams the wizard of Long Branch and cousin of H J CressIwas over to get his hair clipped the day when he got him com rjletecl 1m was so wen pleased with pinIitoo t ATtiNeuralgic pains rheumatism lumbago and sciatic pains yield to the penetrating influence of Bal 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 Railway Milan Teun states I have forIrhWe could not do without it 250 502 and rop Sold by all drug gistsrIUnless Bryan accepts the nomina Nebraska Democratic and Populist conventions are expected to have a hard time selecting a candidate for Governor ITen Moro bolomen attacked a party of five American soldiers badly wounding two Otillie Castnaugle a man in woman clothing discovered by Kills Island immigration officials declared he had been raised as a female by hiss and didnt know he was a man jt vto tliC IadrYOrd the Cu unau Lt tei ndrfinitel ofPe r x jv JmZ t MTernon Signal a FRIDAY JUNE 27 1902 Published every Friday by EDGAR f11lRZGHT f r SUBSCRIPTION jNE YUfiR Loo Advertisin rates wade kinon aP litatiavtj 1 J DEMOGRATIC TICKET oFOR CONGRESS HON GEORGE G GILBERT rOFu H II IIENN1KGER Of Way ne county is Il candidate for State Treasurer subject to the action of the Demoeratte pasty r SCRAPSo j 0BY JET To feel like a Qiagain be please t provided the boy hadnt filled inshide full of green apples SheSo you asked papa for my hand byj telephone What did he say iHeWell I dont know he said something or lightning struck the traij Ttt politics the party always seems the worst present holders of power be worser still some m aint it We wish the Winchester Demo crat man would revive his Prow ler column Lancaster Record Same here Very few men know enough about women to understand they can convince them they are wrong by agreeing with them S C Franklin the ginsengdew- elerfanneroPticianPrinter is the ppssesorxof the oldest and ugliest Hpistol intthese diggingsd Severalof the Mt Vernon boy dais t fear work no matter hov- aiduousr v or difficult it may be the are not afraid to lie down beside i and go tdsleep John Pearl used nearly all the space inhis last weeks issue of London Democrat to report pro ceedings of the general association of Baptists All good read ab1 mattert W H Spradlin says there tvl be but one railroad in this country within next ten years and when the situation reaches that point it will be sold to the government at a ibig profit James Crawford says if trusts continue in their present they will gain control of every d Eartntintof our government an Fill with such a despotic hau revolution will follow fihf The fellow who grubs for money who loves it who piles it up w v makes the dollar his standard of measurement is often selfish rarely useful to his kindapd seldom content Twenty six years agd a white oak tree was cut on farm of W B Whitehead two miles East of this place The stump is yet living at growing though it has never bad a sPrigor leaf to grow upon it j The Democratic party works to the weffate of the greet comm on powpeoper but for4nany ofits alleged members Who vote and work not for the SeopiJ2but for the continuation of the rule of the classes over the masses Yon admit you stole the mel onsF said the Judge HOb yes suhI stole um nAnd yet you ask for mere ccs tub kaze de white man kotched me fo I had a chance ter edt urn f pistance lends enchantment t huLIIit Salt Peter cave in this county Many citizens of Rockcastle has iiever seen itfand others are una aware oty ts existence v mA e h Y t- q cr f It seems that certain are attempting for to run elementsI Jthriddidnt want third term in theirs ClbigllherSome jealous Livingston man said the fool killer in his rounds always shunned Mt Vernon from the fact that he claims it to be too big a job besides being compelled to put in full time with assistants jealIousThe reporter to daily press from this place is very conserative in hip- eports and many things are left nsaid that would be considered legitimate news People who dont care to see their names in in connection with fights rowdyismI etc should behave themselves Success from a commercial stand point means the piling up of dol lars The human being who does contscience needs no monument Time man who deliberately leads a use ful life because of his noble quali ties of heart and mind leaves his impress upon the world While the Louisville Post is as mean as gar broth and has villified he Democratic party the principles- f which it claims to advocate now nd then which many people en orse but cant endorse the man who claims to be one thing and preaches nearly everything forcing the opposing party to his alleged principles While it may appear that little i being done in way promoting the oil business in this county the sit nation is otherwise Good men are at work on the problem and in due time actual operations will begin in a business like manner and no wildcatting about it Dont get it into your head that the drills will not go down because they have no been started as soon as was intend ed and expected sThe mere onlooker in Vienna is still in doubt as to whether the thte wells equals or even approximates the reports thereof in the columns of the press At least one alleged expert in the field stoutly that all the socalled gushers struck to date spout more printer eink than oilLou Times The alleged expert probably held stock 11in dusters and is jealous of oth err success Some forty years ago William Kirtley of this place bought and planted two aleanthus bus es for which he paid io They were a rare species and thought to be a fine ornamental treeVToday the grotvteh spre out 1the county They have pied to a great annoyanc and nuisance it is claimed that flies and i wont alight on them hoPolitical conditions in Kentucky predicted by that much censured sheet the Louisville Post havej about reached the point where bo management is the rule instead of the exception note the edict of committee in case nomination of candidate for railroad commissioner datedof election thereby shutting out pro pective and deserving candidates apparently favoring the present ii cumblent in this district whQis candidate for reelection If t edict of the committee is nota changed a howl in Rome wont circumstance VANTEDAn uptodate m for manager and general agent this county by THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANC- CO OF PHILADELPHIA Salary and commission to right man Ad dress with references F14I WHEA TON ir2 N Broad St Philadel phia Pa Estes Go Rathbone the pardoned looter of Cuban postal funds ar YorknJuan Micaba an educated Aeon la Pueblo Indian committed suicide reiin New Mexico from humiliation because hisriothermu late tvhippe him v o iL A tISiIiGSTUhVI 0ISam was in town Monday GJaniestion AVas in town T esdaIt1t Dr and Mrs Childress visited 01 s at Pine Hill Sundaye Will Carpenter of Lebanon EdWoodall tion is quite sick at the JuncI Mrs Mollie Bunn of Lebanon Junction is visiting Miss Maggie Sambrook Den McClure Bert Whitehead and Bob Cox of Mt Vernon were in town SundaydNeil Robison of Rowlandwas here last Sunday to see one of our handsome young ladiesgMrs Warren Stark and sister Miss Della Huffman have returned from Get semneFWalter Hocker of Dallas TexIis here the guest of J C Hocker and Mrs D S McKinney Miss Mary Lockie OBrian of Chicago Ky is here visiting her cousin Miss Linda Dillion Miss Alta Owens of Brodhead is here visiting Miss Bertina Mullins and Mrs Geo Reynolds Mrs J H Tucker of Maywood is visiting her daughter Mrs Russell Dillion at the Riverside Man sion J J Carmouey of London and Sterling Curtis of Crab Orchard were guests at the Mullins Hotel Sunday Mrs W G Smith and little daughter of Mt Vernon visited Mrs Carrie Graves Saturday and Sundays Mr and Mrs Will Carpenter and MissNannie Callahan of Lebano- Junction are visiting Mrs E Woodall Mrs W T Merimee and chil dren returned home Tuesday afterI a pleasant visit at Danville Stan ford and Louisville- t Misses Georgia McFerron of Mt Vernon and Ida Thompson of ofJMrsL T Stewart of Wildie F L Thompson of Mt Vernon and drummer R G Cole of Barbour ville were in town this week Mrs A J Sams and daughters Mrs W H Carmical who have been so sick at their homes near town are reported much better Miss Code Jury a handsome young lady from Pewee Valley is visiting her mother tits Thos Lasley at the Riverside Mansion Mrs George Brooks of Bro head who was the guest of lei Bertiua Mullins Tuesday went Hazel Patch Wednesday to visit relatives Ed Woodall section foreman met with severe accident Wedne- o day having the end of one of h fingers badly mashed Dr Cooper dressed the wound- S Mrs W J Sparks and daught ers Misses Bessie and Mattie B cf Mt Vernon have been the guests this week of Mr and Mrs R A Spark- ss Mrs JS Cooper willvIsit friends and relatives at Manches ter the latter part of this week She will be accompanied by Miss Fannie Redd of Crab Orchard Mr and Mr5 G W Griffin and 5daughter Miss Clara desire to 5thank their many friends and rela 1tives for their love and kindness illnesslieR B Mullins and daughter Miss Bessie also sons Walter Luther and Eugene of Mt Vernon Dan andfWednesELena Griffin Ve failed to mention in our last 1letter that the Parson J C Hocker was in Louisville and Jef ferson ville last week and of course he had to run over to Shelby ville for a few hours the attraction being a young and handsome widow We would not mention this only for the reason of Jim wanting it youngdiadydoes M ullius and McKmnuey I 4 t J i r t FelKasleep Tuesday Juue54th P 02 Lena A Griffin youngest daughter of Mran i Mrs GvW age about 17 eels Every wfis sad in Livingston wjheiy was known that Lena was no more She was a favorite with everyone and loved Vby all who suffeTerIsufferings with the sweetness and patience of a saint was never known to murmer or complain Thee funeral services were held atr the Christian Church and were con by RevA J Pike qf Brodhead The honorary pallbearers vere Misses Mae Ma IershonI tive pall bearers Harry Lee Andy Dick Hampton Egbert James and Harry Dilion The remains were interred in the Cemetery near town One less at home Thecharmed circle broken a dear face Missed day by day from its ac customed place But cleansed and saved and perfected by grace One more in Heaven One more in Heaven Another thought to brighten cloudy days Another theme for thankfulness and praise Another link our souls to raise To home and Heaven One more at home That home where separation can not be That home where none is missed eternally Lord Jesus grant us all a place w ith Thee At Home in Heaven DATESdRichmond July 1419 Georgetown July 2226 Cynthiana July 30 Aug 3 Danville AugustS LexingtrinAugust 1116 Lawrenceburg August r622 Shepherdsville August 19 22 Maysville August 2023 5hf lhvvi11f August 2020 London August 2729 Florence August 730 Germantown August 2730 Bardstown September 26 Elizabethtown September 912 Bowling Green September 1013 Glasgow September 1013 Ewing September 1113 Louisville September 2227 Hartford October 14 Brodhead Aug 2022 Crab Orchard July 2325 Barbourville Sept 35 FLESHss LOSING I t0in summer can be prevented taking J Scott9s n1ulsion Its as beneficial in summer as jIn winter If you are weak or upS iisscorrtsKOWNS Chemists 409415 Street New York 502 and btoo all druggists fc8S2SE39l9M How About Your Heart minutesIsbreath after slight exertion as going up stairs sweeping walking etc Do you have pain in left breast side or between shoulder blades hok ings sensations fainting or smothering spells inability to lie on left side If you have any of these symptoms you certainly have a weak heart and should immediately take I DrMaes Heart Cure I Mr F H Oaks of Jamestown N saystExcessiveaffected heart I suffered severe painsabout the heart and in the left shoulder and side while tbepaIpitation Ibeganand soon found permanent relief t Sold by all Druggist tD1H tdical Co Eikhart f i 1t rtit11 o fit p T BRODHEAD 0 if Miss Ei Ijtitner Js visiting at MriMiss GIlrgil Oarner is Usiluis at Mr j j Maitin Mts R S Mutm has returned frou visit o Junction City Key fvUhigstcm filled his ap pG ntmelll ai the Christian church SundayMrs J Rv Cass and Miss Sallie Purccrll ate at Mt Vernon on account of Mr Honks sicknessl J G Frith has contracted with AlexvTyree to build another house on Colledge St When T G gets the Keisling lunch house complet reallestatefrom Pinevill and other points where she has been f- or1rtus R H Hamm R P Pike and Mr and Mrs J H Albright at tended the Mason celebration ab Woodstock and to express their thank for the kindness shown them while there The Masonic celebra tion was alright but we did not think it was the time nor place for a political speaking It has been determined that it is tbo late to submit a Cuban recipro city treaty to the present Congress STOPS PAIN Athens Tenn Jan 27 1901 Ever since the first carance of menses they wOxVveryulcsular and I suffered with great in my hips back stomach and legs with terrible down pains inthe abdomenDuring the past month I have been Wine of Cardui and Thodfords Black Dran ht monthly period without first time in years NANJJIB Days What Is life worth to a woman suffer trig like Nannie Davis suffered Yet there are women In thousands of homes today who are bearing those terrible menstrual pains to silence if you are one of these wo want to say that this sameWNEoFCARllI will bring you permanent relief Con sole yourself with the knowledge that 1000000 women have been completely cured by Wine of Cardui These wom en suffered from leucorrhoea irregular menses headache backache and bearing down pains Wine of Cardui wiil stop all those aches and pains for you Purchase a 100 bottle of Wine of Cardui today and taka it in the privacy of your home For advice and literature address giving symp toms The Ladies The Chattaaoiiga Medicine Co Chattanooga s r V s+rr Y t 4 4 r Dont t tti ourr i Jolly and r r r t ir In i ettl- 4 thorn by ilio IP f imct 1 aob1Ly a ditto cri L ratno taaa ar c is i air ttt nl acid Lr d arzr 1 i wayu tioovt tlv house Full tlir vtcu with v each cake 8otd ever r Ireds by r Cdii COVE Mrs G A Proctor ismr h Her John Mullins was citi from Berea first of the weekwMiss Emma Riddle i = visiting relatives at Crab Orchard Rev Dock Langford fiiJed his ap pointment af the school Iifiue A- yrday evening 4MrJohnson5 visited relatives at GHrnaJct Saturu 1dayand Sundays A large number of liar people attended the funeral grvices at Hummel Grove Sunday Mr and Mrs George Tradway jj were visiting Mr Brit Durham and family at Lanford Station Sun day Rev T D Mullins will preach at the school house the first Satur day evening in July and Sunday morning at II oclock Married Mr Richard Halcctn 1 married at the home of the bride Wednesday evening Rev VilrHams officiating The EGGS Itbe coffee roaster uses to glaze his coffee with would vou eat that kind of eggs Then why drink them II Lion Coffee no coating of storage eggs Ibas etc is coffeepure fresh strong and of delightful flavor uand and are inured Vi by the sealed package TAKEN UpI have in my posse sion at my home 4 miles west of Brodhead the farm known as the 4 Smith Adams farm a black bore f hog with smooth crap off of each ear and split in the right will weigh 125 pounds has been at my place about four months Owner can have same by paying all dam ages and for the printing of this jun 20 2t GEORGE ALBFIGHT 2 TennWAi D MAGEES ANNUAL 1 CLeftRftNCe SKLe- LL Hatsct A specialty for the next F I FTEEN If you need a nice HAT this is your chancee Big line Greco Railroad Panama Golf and Alpine shapesVCRUSHER For 48cts 125 HATS FOR 98C All others in proportion Come in and see this nice display of Hats 1Ctlloway building 1Tsctuatauother Suni MTo noticeqtr WARD X MAGEE Livingston Kentucky CHAS C DAVIS The Place to Obtain Fresh Drugs ALSO Patent Medicines of all Kinds Perfumery Stationery = Toilet Articlesx CIGARS AND TOBACCO Prints and Oils i PRESCRIPTIONS carefully CompoWdeda all hours day or night J Phone Np 64 z 1t t tt5i o 1 h I K= t C4 111 t ent iS ghal- Mt VFR N KV3tNE 27 1902 79 Call up So 7 rtytrnyou vont to Cc i cnt with SlClJ4 791 LOUSVLLEL LNAeBVIILE J R R J TIME TABLE 24 north 1105 a m 26 north io4i m 23 south r 2po p IP 25 South irb m jS IA- SPhonao LANDRUM4gen t 58 IAtcteo1at thC ltd1 eII 1iIoCillice Its se ClIIGbu tttr- T7 i PERSONALS Jt c David Herri wa r from Quail George Penning on rrrirned to f Wilton Monday Dr flyers is making son glen did photographc BlufortlQtuimIc we are inform ed is very much better Mrs V J Sparks visited friends in Livingston this week W A Carson of Brodhead con tinues putting on paint here A J Thompson one of Garrarc s leading farmers was here Monday Electrician H V Bastin was a Livingston and this place Sunday Hugh Tiller looks natural back in his old quarters the hotel Mrs Willis Griffin was visiting the family of Sol Riddle Monday Shannon McKinney makes a good hellogirl at Livingston Ex change Drs Childress and Pennington were in the Pine Hill neighborhood Tuesday Mr James Houk Sr has been very seriously ill this week but better now Johnny Green is supposed to be in England taking in the corona tion festivities Mrs Neal Parrett has the largest garden in this place and its in splendid shape Mrs D N Williams has return ed from Stanford but little improved in health Holbert McClure is here to see his sister Miss Dollie who is very low with consumption Mr and Mrs Ab Sparks were guests of Mr and Mrs W J Sparks first of the week Mrs S C Davis and daughter Miss Roberta are visiting relatives and friends at Lancaster flesdamesPurcell and J R Cass and Miss Sallie Purcell were here this weeka Miss Iola Hansel returned from a visit to her brother E D Han sel at Lawrenceburg Wednesday John Proctor presented the writer with samples of rosewood and mahogany from Central America Mr J L Jopliii left Wednesday for Pleasant Hill Mercer county to spend the summer with His daughter Mrs Spillman J Borer ng Jr leas secured a nice position as private secretary to the business manager of tiie school which he lies been attending George Johnson Revt Williams and H S Bramiaman were some of the familiar faces which we saw on the streets Monday I Walter Bower fi taken charge of night office Wifdie which was reopened last week Several otherc night offices leave ben opened on that division owing to the big busi ness being doneM LQpALS 0A Mr Hopkins one of the paup ors died Tuesday Brodhead and Livingston are each expecting a big day on July 4thrMrs John Stokes died Wed nes- da severalYweeks Risay are a on the Christianehurc i Cy4Idaaaf t cSt i VCJ = Nate Ponder was killed by lightning near Wallacetqn Madison counts Wednesday night IThe Rev W H McGarity London will p nchju the Baptist cburcn Sunday morning at oclock 1Thp northbound passenger tra was delayed yesterday by ti blowing out of one oi the cylinders Jtb the engine allIj Crab Orchard Dave Thompson Sr of Garra r county was hurt during the storm yesterday by a piece of timber striking him on the head Read in another column the a of Ward and Magee and profit b the many splendid bargains lvhic you can find at their store Remember that the Crab Orchard Fair Racing Association several 50 00 purses for roadste- rings July 23 24 25 1902 Four races every afternoon iw running and two trotting goo pursesioooo and upwards Cra Orchard July 23 24 25 1902 Owing to the telegraph and telephone wires being demoralized b storms many wild rumors were l started in regard to the results of tornadoes etc There is trouble on between the Gatlifis and Aliens in Brush Creek Squirte s since at the hands of the Aliens The large pipe tongs you barrow ed of James Maret several months ago should be returned He would also be pleased to have the othe fellow bring home his big ladle for of melting babbitt metalruAt the county examination held last Friday and Saturday there were ten applicants seven of whom dJ were given firstclass certificatest the other three second 1 Frith of Gum Sulphur made the best gradeoNOTICE in 0 Parties owing the firm ofU1 FRITH DUNN will please call and settle their accounts before July ist We are needing the money and can not wait any longer pjunGeorge Sutton bought the three tracts of land which belonged toro his father and which were sold at inpublic suction here Monday for 1200 This is one of the best farms in the county and as we will heard one man express it George got it for just half what it is really worth Attention is called to the orders in the cases of Rand McNally Co and Ginn Co against G Mm Ballard made by Judge Morrow which are elsewhere published in in in this issue The order sua1tainsthe adoption of books made by exSupt Davis and his board andwhen pupils and patrons buy new books they will necessarily have to buy of the Davis adoption will Have you noticed our new bonnet says Louis Landraui in last issue of the Central Record Yes and we find many other changes a and additions made which for the sake of change does nicely but has had his eltopto make it better The Recorde has an editor who can handle any old subject lu such a manner that be it even pleases the man he is kicking and the man he calls a liar wants to thank him for itbaIt is said the L N will make extensive improvements at Living stop The coal bins to be moved across the river another track to be laid on west side beginning bear where old depot stood and running down to river necessitating the larasiderable grading requiring the labor of a large number of men els Livingston no doubt be a division inimportanceA cyclone started Wednesday etc night near Dix River and followed are the Gilberts creek valley East intoIGarrard Several houses were damagred gc- up stairs was blown into the road and fatally injured The house was wrecked a colored man and but woman each suffered a broken legde The turnpike bridge over Gilberts pa creek was blown off the piers are Considerable damage was done in the the storms path for many miles Telephone wires ire prostated and Thutiea1dayafternoon h l J v TAKINrtpA sorrel hor with blaze face and white hind f eI in good condition Owner dameofges and for the printing of this notice TvRktIBro head Ky King ah ingenious tele inephone operator at Crab Orchard telegraphIany tools except a pocket knife A carriage jolt some covered wire rubber springs and pieces of wood were his materials estabda e This is a much needed institution An enterprise of this kind proper marketaat weve never tohcomecounty court days and create more interest in stock raising Haysran sever weeks died Wednesday morning fevedr oldebdaughter of Mr A T Fish Sh enot leaves a husband and several child pYath of a n and mother The remains were laid to rest yesterday in the family burryin ground The Livingston base ball team came up Saturday and after some efforts on the part of our boys a game was arranged althoughnot 1pIe one of them had thrown a ball thes season Five innings were played and neitherside being very proud the record which they were brought it to a close They will play at Livingston tomorrow We trust our boys will not ful too much ice lemonade this Phil Pettus who lives near shop Garrard county wa track dK c clone Wednesday lost his arn and had hi house almost de noli hed Eighteen years ago one half of this house wa carried away in same manner Twelve years later another tornado over same route doing le It is said by old citizens that cyclones have followed this no less that seven times with his past 75 yearsCITRUSr1ISAfter July est I not accept the resignation of the githeteacher tohistr ust be accepted before you are re was leased and this I shall refuse to dom any case after the time st tedb The Chairman ofeach H board of trustees throughout the of county will kindly inform their re spective teachers that the institute out begin Monday July 7th G M BAJLAJCD S S R C The Jackson 0 News mentions family of champion chronic bor rowers who live in a neighboring G village They borrow any and thats not fastened and look with longing eyes and even thereupon Affidavits will made that the list nedoesaxes hatchets wheel hoes rakes pitchforks shovels diggers pickaxes plovsla harness halfbushels tin buckets ie wash kettles tubs washboards soap clothes lines smoothing irons plates dishes chinaware tablecloths napkins soda spicesth sclardcanned fruits pillows sheets tow bed clothing valises telescopes hats dresses undercloth topcoats umbrellas parasols pHs ccwagonsUsually most of these things returned in a more or less dilapidated condition though it often occurs that the owner has to after his property and bring it home himself which ordinarily makes him as mad as a hornet the gentle borrowers is at the and next morning pounding the nels in with his fist before yon new out of bedwith the request for loan ofthree spoons of soda as waSntjgJable l ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT Rand McNlly ColPlfsvs G M inlaid y Defdss Plaintitraing presented no tice duly executed on defendant and made their motion in accordance therewith fora temporary or der according to the terms of said notice and the Cout having heard said motion at the Court House in Somerset Kentucky this June 25 1902 it is now ordered that de fendant G i4L Ballard be and is hereby enjoined and restrained in his individual capacity and as Sup erintendent of Common Schools for Rockcastle County Kentucky from in anyway interfering until withlyleged in the petition herein to have been made August 24 1901 in so far as the same will affect the pur theonpatrons pupils Schools of said County and is hereby directed to establish and maintain said adoption with respect adoptionliare hereafter purchased or by said patrons and pupils for us- St in said sqhools but this order shall be construed to require said patrons and pupils until the further order of this Court to purchase or 1acquire new books for use in said schools Defendant appeared by attorney foreggoingmotion T Z MORROW Judge Rockcastle Circuit Court June 25 1902- CELEBRATION About 1000 peo were present at the Masonic celebration at Woodstock Tuesday The Masons including members from the Mt Vernon Somerset Brodhead and other lodges met at the hall and led by the Mt Vernon brass baud marched to the beauti grove where a most enjoyable day was spent The Rev Davidson of McKinney offered a short and impressive prayer after which shortstime on the beauties of Masonry atslength of the secrets of Masonry besderived from same The crowd being somewhat overflowing by this thessgood news was sounded that it is now time to eat and every one did part well At i oclock the was again called togather- by the playing of a few favorite selection by the band after which = Hon Vincent Boreing was ven a short time to present his why he should be returned Congress from the Eleventh dis ict The last speaker of the day the Rev ThoSi Smith who a few appropriate remarks in 1f of the Masonic order Mr Osborn was the chief manager the occasion and under his wiseJ supervision every thing was carried in applepie order- ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT Ginn Co Plaintiffs vs Tem order M Ballard Defendant Plaintiffs having presented notice duly executed on defendant made their motion in accordance therewith for a temporary order according to the terms of said and the Court having heard motion at the Court house in Somerset Kentucky it is now ordered that defendant G M Bal rd be and is hereby enjoined and in his individual capa Cornmon Schools for Rockcastle County Kentucky from in any way interfering until the further order of Court with the adoption of books alleged in the peti herein to have been made August 24 1901 in so far as the same wIll affect the purchase of new books by the patrons and pur of the Common Schools of saic and is hereby directed to and maintain saidadop tion with respect to books em braced in said adoption and pub lished by Plaintiffs that are hereafter purchased or acquired by said patrons and pupils for use in said Schools but this order shall not be construed to require said patrons pupils until the further orders 9fthis Court to purchase or acquire books for use in saIl Schools Ennding motion and order T ZMOREOW JudtrRockcastle Circuit Court June 25 1902- J H 1W j v l j n Don t Rushtie i Better Flow K = =Than Ever A 1andWill DONT Complete I Sellat Greatly Re dtreed PricesNU Note 41 the Led uctlonsfMens Shoes Regular Price r 25 to fi 50 Now at 90 cents and up NO Fail to Come While theseShoe Bargains are offered Trouble to Show Goods and give prices and you can SaleYourFRITHdBrodhead Ky Horse Shoe Brands HGH GRADE FEFTP ERS v i 3- ijBOflE AND POTASHCORK MD WHEAT Grower 1 20 p iNotes with 6 per cent and approvedaable on or before December 25t i J j SMITH 5 J F WLTSil B- BrodJiad Ky rS THE BjfflK OF JRT YEMOH I N VJ MT VERNON KY f OPENED F9oo r CAPITAL STOCK r S Ii 15 000 1 dWtrFutzWe solicit accounts of firms and individuals Careful att nJ 1ration is given collections entrusted to us Otfr friends and patrons are invited to call when in town Phone No SS ii GO TO 1 JONAS MCKENZIE MT VERNON KY It for Everything in Goods Clothing tfJVlerchandise t JBEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES 1TPhone No 83 t DAN NIB OWENS j UNDERTAKER 7 Yy J Caskets Collins lobes etc s Kept in Stock Orders by Mail Telegraph or Telephone Promptly filledTBRODHEAD KENTTtCKY WILLIS GRIFFIN c Practical Undertker and FUNERAL DIRECTOR J Mt Vernon KY r Stock FINE HEARSE Attached Can j iurnish Metalic Caskets and have i i411tEmbalmingCome and see me anything I have not got can get for you on first j that leave the city LtL fORDERS by wire ProiTiiil lled jfi flPhone No 6 1J 3 I1T f i t f i t 4 yt tt l h6tScr S riefiv nW county Hays Barnett killed his motherinlaw by strikins I ber in the head with a stove lid v T tx Qti I3ABIlS Extreme hot weather is a great G tax upon the digestive power babies when iHP nv and feebly they should be givtMi a few doses of Whites Cieun Vermifuge the L childrens tonic ltwill stimulate and faclitate the digestion of their food so that they soon become strong healthy andactive 25c Sold by all druggists RILEY BOUSE FV13 R I LEY Prop ONDON KY- PsTHEAQQUARTERS for Cool menial men Good Sample Room and convenient to Deprtt eoperdayLThe Veranda Hotel OPRIt Stttnforc1tJIyS- pecial1y equipped for traveling men Sample room on first floor i Bath rooms free to guests RATES 2 oo per day Hotel E RL COLLIE Located at the De- BRODHEA GOOD LIVERY AT Meet all Trains Day and ITight Traveling Men and Railroad men Solicited Will furnish 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address R T G Matthews T P A Louisville Ky H C TOWNSEND Genl Passr and Tkt AgtJ St Louis allrkr ds ff 1 7 r lt Call at the Sicjnaf office Mt Vernon rY if i t H r q 0 Fire hich desltjoyed tlie jlanl of the Vmerican Tartar Com bniii i Broildyicaused a loss of i roc ioc A trolley car in Brooklyn caught fire from the burning out of a fI1e- and six persons were injured te perluipsvfatally e SAVKD FROM AN Mvian l AlE Everybody said I had constinip tion writes Mrs A M Shields of Chambersbnrg PahI was so lore after six months of severe sick ness caused by Hay Fever Asthma that few thought I conk get well but I learned of the marT velous merit of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption used it and was completely cured ItFor desperate Throat and Lung Diseases it is the safest cure in the worldand is infallible for Coughs Colds and Bronchial Affections Guaranteed bottles soc and roo Trial bottles free at all druggists Jm Gray o My hair was falling out and turning gray very fast But your Hair Vigor stopped the falling and restored the natural colorMrs- E Z Benomme Cohoes N Y Its impossible for you not to look old with the color of seventy years inhyour hair I Perhaps you are seventy and you like your gray hair If not use Ayers Hair Vigor In less than a month yourtgray hair will have youthta If your druggist cannot supply you send us one dollar and we will express you a bottle Be sure and give the name of year nearest Address J C AYER CO Lowell Mass MT VERNON DIRECTORY COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURT Fourth Mot day in each month- QUARTERLY COURT Fhst Mon day in January April July and OctoberCIRCUIT uuRrSecond Mo day in February Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in September MT VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month CHURCHES Services ot the Christian Church Preach inn 1st Sri Sundays at 11 a ni and at 730 p Stuiday school90 a in every Sunday Prayer Meeting Kvcry Thursday 730 pm Tljc public are cordially invited to attend all services JUYID JTAttTSFlELT t Pastor Presbyterian Holds services on the 4th Sunday morning and cveuing Methodist will hold services at the pres bytcrian church on the 2nd Sunday morning and evening ill each month BapttchurchSecices on the Third Saturday slight and Sunday Sunday School at 9 u m every Sunday Pray meeting on Tuesday nights MAsorHC e No 540 meets 4th Mon 5day NoJ40at 2 p in MACCABEES KOT 1 TEXT No 21 meets every 1st and ljrtl Monday at 750 p IASq E IIOUIC Com JTP1NG 1VK PROFESSIONAL Cv- Williams TO RNE Y ATLA W IIlir VERNON KY E OFFICE On 2ud floor of The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church streetSpecialattention given to collections Phone No SoN M Ll1YERS Deritlsts MT VERNON KY FIRSTCLASS WORK OFFICEIn the Krueger new brick PHONE No 73 Miller House HUGH MILLER PROPRIETOR Headquarters Orthet Corti 3ercial Men Porter ut all traits r k f t lJt J i fu Yj r F LEUELGREEPS o l1ellsir it has rained heavily all arutirdits today anti Sunday wr7 liovv mucb we didneed itiaiid i how much good it has clonear IltttdredsIs 0 grass al shells were sown in this part last spring sctisin ov the cats we bought in the city and all this was ready to famishand ourftat rs were getting to be too tuff Ourdwere up act everything even our sedge grass pasters needed rain I look for a wet spell now unless it quitp too soon I hay nown it to rainc furn week at v time in June manyri atime and it cood agin if it trade i tell you the prospect looks favora ble at this moment Farmers air nearly all up with thurwork and a leetle rest would help them anyway Suns ov myt idtheA big wedding came off June IS adMcQttearYthe principals in the engagement while each had two or more seck onds in the affair I hope that neither ov them will ever be guilty ov the like agin while they live beyant a doubt Jordan iz 1toard road to travel and ef tha paint hit Jordan I dont kno which road it iz Life tho is what we make it generally bud nine times out of tenJW make its uneven paths threefold ruffer than tha OtI1 wize wood be We ofen hear of men say If I had my life to live over with the experience Ive had Id live a different life Well yes you mout make sum changes and Ive no doubt that threefourths ov them would be worse than the original How many persons do you know that profited frum the experience ov the first forty years ov thur livesI Right in the same place with thur mistakes look i them squar in the face tha plod roadnWhy dont tha make a change Now I tell you people ar a strange set ov creatures Even one man wrote it down in the Bible Behold I am strangely and wonder fully made Now whether he had reference to the physical moral intellectual or all taken together I dontt know but in either case I do kuo he was correct A man doz not kno hizself dont kino how tar he can trust selfand ofcourse he dont kno nobody else We air strange piece ov organ izum indeed I heard oneovmy nabors sa one da that he would not cuss like Mr A did fur Kentucky but then hed lie for a very small andrMr A never dd that but was up right in hiz dealings thus the see one can do with a clear conscience what others detest and uice zcrs Now I never put asmuch faith in conscience bein a sufficient moral guide az some others do fur its growth iz largely the result of our training and our early training haz a niity heap to do with its temperiu I have nearly lost faith in him andrather deal and live with men who act upon the principles of justice fouddcd upon common sense aud the Golden Rule Do others az you would ask them do to you nnder similar circa u stances than to live where con science iz the law fur he iz too flex ible too easily bent to fit the case What iz conscience anyway Id like for the theologians to define We had a fine large day at Wood stock Tuesday arida very large body of people were present andI a most njoy able day was spent BUCK VARNON a LOST STRAYED OR STOIItNA bore hog mostly black some white spots about headears droop at point unmarked will weigh aho 80 or go pounds Good stock am has been gone about two weeks A liberal reword will be paid for return of save or any informa tio1l1leading to the recover jQNAS McKSNZIE r J1 LL1ttrrtiOnK i2J i =A GI Itt r SPLhCf- o=Lt Paul Globe Not every American agrees with Henry Wattersdn but every fellow American respects pink His words e full of of vigor meat and enter tamment and with the single ex caption of Mark Twain no writer on the continent is read with more absorbing interest Mr Watter sons long experience in striking m the shoulder with the pen so to speak enables him to clothe his thoughts in beautiful diction tied launch great ideas in terse powerful sentences Speaking on the Tippecanoe battlefield the grizzled Keutuclaan spoke words which de to live He said after refer ng to the fact that the war whoop ol the savage is succeeded by the neigh of the iron horse and the gleam of the tomahawk by the flare of the electric lamp The idiosyncrasy the Nineteenth century was liberty the- iosyncrasy of the Twentieth century is markets The problem before us therefore involves the justment of these two the recon liation of capital gild labor of morality and dollars the concurrent expansion of the principles of the Constitution and the requirements of commerce Note how much he condenses in two sentences The bedrock of civil andre bellttower of freedom is tolerance And his peroration one of the finest he has ever spoken makes every Yankee fairly beam with nationdi so a Jt is We shall the rather go forward than backwardthe Constitution in one hand the Bible in the other the flag overhead carrying to all hands and all peoples the message alike of civilization and of religion the ark and the covenant of American freedom along with the word of God UoTo some people the death of a little child seems a small matter in this busy bustling world with its clamorous demands but the man who reared the tiny flower of blue in his lonely prison and saw its beautiful bloom expanding fairer and sweeter every day could feel for those parents hearts left lone and desolate by the loss of all they held most dear It is something to come to your darkened home and see no little form springing towel come youuo bright eyes lifted to love you to hearno more the angel voice that made home a miniature paradise Children are the sunshine of a house They are like the spring they bung laughter and song they soften and humanize us they make us strive to be what they believe us and ever upon their tiny heads rests the immortial and consecrating benediction of the Master kingcrdoniof heaven The proudest and the lowliest the greatest and the humblest sage and king peasant andemperor the wit and the minstrel all have mourned the passing of some little soul whose flight nor skill nor gold nor pray er nor tears could stay and ever since that black day when the voice of Rachel was heard weeping in- Ramah weeping for her children the mothers of all times and coun tries have taken up and echoed the heartbroken cry of desolation Mark Twains little friend has followed in the shining track of those lovely spirits who have gone onward and upward like the choristers of the spring She sleeps in the little place of her birth veiled with flowers no bluer than her starry eyes nor more golden than matesihave sent loves farewell offering radiant as themselves to lay about her green pillow and the soil of Gods are is consecrated by one angel the more And into the darkened home and t verydsacred and exquisite memories will abide with the stricken Memories the years will but make more tender and less sad for Love rears shetworshipswho have lcr1Eed ker dreams k f I il tr = I E = rnsxroflti X4D 1 Q T tr rlly J g I 3ice lllrI hn i j mssllS dts anon h bile to make h liiseatl ii their natural tunctton thm1tI r i t ifIut 1llatiotleaused bycathancJ i its t ico tiaaal and incrzasn doses to i Ic4 r f H ilt ElII e r SUI1S f i f Sf40S fJ kIl lI 1fJZ 1 Wfs Y ds on the j 1il r Ct rs 3hill5 I e and Fever std eve17 form of Malarial Bilious Remitting and Intn- mitting Fevers and by going to the scat of the trouble works permanent cure FIFTY CENTS P1R BOTTLE i At Chas C Davis Drugstore Louisville encitmrsmcltZ MdSt Louis Railwayi oYleseel ers Excursion ATtLOW RATESw TO THE Wr T lckeVn uzwc Fr h irdTues vs irkM RCL A E d I 1AY 92I Also Low U CvIQnis UOn Viy Rates to the Northwest ard CoJirrnia PointsI FOT iuLscroxfoz Addmss L GARRETT Ito Trcvv Puss Agcrvi L J I LOUiSViLLE X1Jn + iti1tbrtrt 1ttlntJftJt tl JlnktlltSn IarL IL1 I x rWHY iCourset Massey Business College t 4 LOUISVILLE KY 1 It is the leading Commercial School in Kentucky 2 Its courses of study are thorough and systematic t 3 A written contract backed by a special deposit of 100000 is given i permonth + i 4 We pay students railroad fare to M 5 We refund upon graduation LouisvilleIa w pupil is not thoroughly satisfied 44 Write for Elegant Catalogue and Special Discounts lM WiWJlui P 4wH + h lT t otJq + + + CF t1 f 7 a n R2 r 1 Are b streaclt by on elm r lch line tQ runs two trains day from M nPht to Texas atwithout change here t nit s ei er reachP y t director make for al of 0Ttl SHa andlndianTerrJtory iT WORT h jHREVEPOBT l HILLS 0 In rUinGEl6 1 InAU If you want to Ad n Kfoad bon oHO in Taxas where hhf crops art raised and wbera iJc oyle I write forccopy of out handaome booklets Homaain South west and TarcughTe xas with conditionanybodyVw JIEFILTHY TEMPLES IN INDIANA Sacred cows often defile Indian temples but worse yet is a body thats pointed by constipation Dont permit it Cleanse your sys tem with Dr Kings New Life Pill avoid untold misery They give lively livers sctive bowels good digestion appetite Ouly 25C at all druggists isIplace the Goebel estate in the hands of a Commissioner in connection with their suit for fees v i 4 tY r gscsr ys- 1RWSN IGenl Pass Agent STTI RASONSI M close bonnecSJo parts Texas prosper and fine DUKE 7 The fine short horn bull will make the eason of 1902 at my place IJfmiles from Mt Vernon at iv jun 6 31 DAVID HYSINGER S D Hysinger bought of W G a fine short horn bull for 30 Beasley and Hayes Stanford f newtsapr n FOR RENTA dwelingon South sidefain street A desirableplaces Sail at this ffi