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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 1 t t 7 J io1t J i t ff ts r Jf r I tlnj H j4fl7 j l 7 7VOLUME XV MT YERJVTOST ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY AUGUST lo 1902 NUMBER 46 TELL MY FRIENDS TO BE BRAVE AND FEARLESS AND LOYAL TO THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE I LJToJi Szz y I ate 13 RIG IT And Ncsz IWssr fha Celcbraiedox 1qi EI Ed sGUARANTEED tG RIP it IKY SEAM fIILS9CfaJtY4i THE MOST THE MOST RELIABLE THE MOST POPULAR STORE IN 3i BUSINESS MEETING AND OUTING OF THE KEN TUCKY PRESS ASSOCIA TION- NORTHERNv TOUR One of the most interesting meet ings aud enjoyable outings ever jhad by the Kentucky editors was the one just completed Those who went to Salt Lake last year thought that to be the best while arthoseare equally confident that a more pleasant and enjoyable outing could not have been arranged On Tues day morning July 22uda goodly number of iditors wives and sweethearts assembled at Seventh an River depot Louisville where a special car furnished by the Louis ville Henderson and St Louis Railroad of which Mr L J Irwin is General Passenger Agent and i Geo L Garrett Traveling Passenger Agent was in waiting to carry the party to the beautiful lit tie city of Owen boro the metropolis j of western Kentucky where the business session was held Arriv ing at O wensboro about I oclock comImitteeHouse which was headquarters for the Association The afternoon was spent in business session night at the Chautauqua ThatI bean the real pleasures and ties of the meeting The first was an address by the Hon W C P Breckiuridge heard by over 6000 people followed by a banquet given by Mr J A Fuqua in honor of the association Wednesday morning was held another meeting of the association when many interesting papers were read and able beIingvertising law by Mr H A Sum uiers of the Elizabethtown News The newly elected officers were Mr Thos G Watkins of the CourierJournal President MrJ Paul M Moore of the Earling ton Bee VicePresident and M R E Morningstar was r elected Secretary and Treasurer At 12 oclock cars were in waiting in front of the Rudd House to carryI the party to City Park Burgoo and drink old fashioned Kentucky mint julips It is useless to say that every editor was on hand at the appointed time and that th all did well their part In the evening the entire party wastenter tamed at the home of iIi and Mrs Josh Griffith NQthing was left un 1 Il oLi1 JJ I ii i Ii1 ml P t fJ f1trtj g Ii vJ l lluJceLeBRftTeD iI4 i I vAYL BreecheS Strongest Trousers Made BRED IN OLD KENTUCKY ifqn SUCCESSFUL ROCKCASTLE done by the good people of Owens boro to make the editors visit a most pleasant one At 11 oclock Wednesday night the party numbering eighty five boarded train of Pullman sleepers pulled by a Lithe Northern tour arriving at Cincinnati for breakfast boardic a Hamilton and Dayton train passing through Dayi ton Hamilton Piqua and Lima AtiLima Ohio are some of the largest oilrefineries in the world this be ing the center of the great Ohio oil fields The C H D R R passes through some of the richest dItiful harvest was being realized Immediately upon the arrival at Toledo the party went to the De troit and Cleveland dock and went aboard the palatial steamer City of MIMaumee river across Lake Erie and up the Detroit river was to a country editor who knew nothing but hard work one week with another almost a paradise not on earth but on water The association spent the evening at the Elks Carnival being the guests of that body Next morning a trolly ride was taken down Woodward Avenue the residence street of the city On this street is the magnificent BreaIt street of churches having eighteen On the return from the sight seeing about Detroit the steamer was again boarded for a ride to Port Huron the trip down the Detroit River presenting a splendid view of Windsor Canada and Bilie Isle Parkone of the most beautiful parks in the United States On the arrival at Port Huron the party went direct to the Harrington Hotel where some delightful re1 freshmeuts were served Through the courtesy of Mr L A Sherman tirr p tee greatest submarine passage in the world which leads from Port Huron over to Sarnia Canada had been arranged The St Clair Tunnel was corn mel ccd in Sept i S8 and completed for Freight traffic in October 1891 Deec l8cI Length of the Tunnel pf peris 6o2s ft Length of the open ap preaches 5603 ft or mote titan t p i I l A WO 7 l 10 in in diameter Total weight can termedtthe link that binds two great nations Over the Tunnel flows the waters of the Great Lakes which tumble over Niagara Falls f and eventually reach the Atlantic as a m taajesticHuronIwas as guests of the Port j Huron and Sarnia Ferry Co Jus here we might add that through the St Clair river passes more commerce than enters any part in the world The Steel Com bines alone have 113 ships which AfterIHuroIs party for ML Clemens over the Rapid Electric Railway a distance of 50 miles t Clemens is one of the great resorts of the country and famous for its mineral baths Here the Avery Eguew Hotels under the management of trillNI Morse were headquarters At night a Vaudeville arranged specially in honor of the Kentucky Press was given at the Casino a theater under the same manage meet One of the striking atures- ot the prbgramme was a solo sang by Mrs Morse Saturday morning from the rear of the hotel a special steamer on Clinton river for St Clair Flats and Star Island where a special dinner had been prepared for the association The day was spent in fishing rowing and sailing Star Island is one of the prettiest places visited on the trip and here every one spent a day of real enjoy 1agalubanquet and dance which wasof tendered the association by ilIana er Morse Sunday was a very gun day and was spent absolutely as day of rest At night the associ ation in a body attended Services at the Methodist church Every one has up early Monday morning making ready for the trip to Detroit which was made over the Rapid Electric Railway line Immediately upon the arrival at Detroit the party went aboard the steamer JPrauk E Kirby for Put InBay one of the greatest of Summer resortS Hotel victory is said to be oneof the largest hotels inx the world andhasaccomodatibusf i aspJedidorchest h t n =r500 PAIRS est arid Best IIOvoral1s IN THE LAND On S leat J c lip Y50Ct80 m A PAIR imrhone No 82 I maTeyJ longestI 50000000i season and large dancing hall large enough to accomodate most gist size crowd is open every evening Fishing rowing and sailingare some of the many ways of spend ing time at PutinBay With this the outing as previously arranged was ended save one little side trip to Kellys Island and Sandusky but a visit to Buffalo and Niagara Falls having been arranged the party t nth the exception of Secre- ry Morningstar and wife and a few others who preferred to remain over a few days at PutinBay DetroittThe day Wednesday was spent in sight seeing about Detroit and a andrWindsor Canada At 4 oclock Wednesday afternoon the party forr250nmiles the entire length of Erie On the arrival at LakeI specialcar was in waiting short distance from the Buffalo Detroit Dock to carry the andI FallsWhile every school boy knows something of Niagara Falls yet no one who has never been thereto see this the greatest of allwater fallcan fully appreciate it The following from the United United States Geological Survey of 1886 will furnish some idea of the immensity of the falls and the amount of water which passes over them every hour 167feet158feetContour line of American Fall 1060 feet vCoutourliue3010 feet tipIresponding nearly with the height the banks Average recession along the whole beeneperawhere the bulk of the water passes the averageearly recession is 4 At the point where the acute angle is formed tine recession tIOO1fthan 200 feet The recession of the American Fall since 1842 has been slight rfromupper rapids 10 feet Port Day to TicallILFalls tlf4IS to depth l It is estmatidbT scientists that it has thkerifeom 35000 t07odot Ni S J iHtll2 mlIlOii S6 50 it FEW SUIT tiJ rs TO CLOSE AT tt2 50 I Kentu V i r = sTaasrefer years for the water to have C away the corailine limestone an other varieties of stone which ar found in the Gorge to have brought the Falls to their present location from Lewiston seven miles It is estimated now that some 15000000 cubic feet of water passes over both per minute This would equal a cubic mile per week Mrs Anna Edison Taylor who shot the Horseshoe Falls in Oct 1901 and survived a feat never before accomplished was visited by ppSbarrelheroic dive lion been preserved is j now on exhibition at her place of business in Niagara CONTINUED IN NEXT TSSUK 9 W Ii BROWN i Who has recently embarked in the mercantile business with Dr T J Price at Level Green Pc several ears he a nd in his new field endowed wtlh the push and energy wTacn Tinst t predict for him a fpVjJ i sue f A WORM KPLLHR J A J Moutgowety 1uMeb Wayne county Mo vntes love little twin girls ivh ave been bothered with w ris 5H ilieir lives I tried everythi r W uSifve hem which failed until yscd Whites Cream Verniti oaf tl c first two noses brought Jciur niuns from one of them Jlie nyxt two doses twelve one of lhri r sivr ing twelve Inhes11Hnh r hi5d was only relieved uf ftn wrnus It is a most excellent nw CtWhites Cream Vermifny p r fl d for children It ni nv ffsnys tyonus it helps the thr5 t v r Mcfeets250 at Chas C Itt id s j c = T 1 The Houston Post x ritr fO xts fCotcon efpp will ht fe L iri CilildrerlSj SuitsAT 6sc 7SCI 00 I TO i FyNOTHING IBARGAINS NICEIr 275TO4O0 I Groceries Furniture inI Icastles V CONWAY o Mrs J H Sigman is improving rapidly M H Jordan was on Clear creek last Friday wereI I IEd Sexton milling was in Paint Lick last IG L Wren was in Berea last oil business Granvill Clark the Dept sTferlfif was here Monday last T J Hayes is buying telephone poles for a firm in Cincinnati 1Ir Ealy of Paint Lick was the guest of D C Pulltns last week Lee Wren and Wni Sparks aretworking on the railroad at Ford M H Jordan has recently t purchased jack and a fine bulltMr Geo M Gatlifi of Climax was here Wednesday on business Mrs Win McGuire of Gooch land is visiting relatives here this week Frank Coyle of Berea passed through here Sunday on his way to Wildie Mrs Dykes of Winchester is here visiting her son Jesse Dykes this week workingatFord iiat home at present 1lthss Lizzie McGuire of Gooch t visiting her brother W B weekr tr Dr W S Beldons practice is It growing rapidly he was called to J H Hayes last Sunday 1CTrsDC Pullins and daughter Miss Gertrude were at Paint Lick first of the week visiting relatives TheRe Olick of Berea held a servises at Fairview church last wasIMrs Lyslef Winchester who lif has been visiting her brother for several days returned home last Tueday Mrs Wm McGuire her daught er Lizzie and Mrs WB McGuire were the guest of M L Kelton lastTuesday Joseph Lewis who has been fore man of a floating gang near Ford has returned and taken his on I Ite Gap sectionIJudge J C Chenault of Richmond was here a feet days ago and rwhile looking over his lands came npon a very large rattlesnake and killed it the snake had nine rat lies the Judge had Dr Beldon to toR x a ends v t j 17 t 0 I Ml Vernon Signal i FRIDAY AUGOST 15 1902 Publishedevery Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT + r SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOOjs f r Advertising rates made known o t Vvt application i 1E DEMOCRATIC TICKET p =o CONGRESSJ iON GEORGE G GILBERT f OF SHELBY f H n IIENX1NGEE Of Wayne county is a candidate for State Treasurer subject to the action of ti Democratic partyt r rv SCRAPS0 ICY JET The gentlemen who compiled the Republican text book for this year campaign were not the least bit absentminded in their claiming t4e1artment lS Now that Colonel Vattersonr away and the mint season at its height the Kentucky people are disposedto regard her as the Oroile Goddess ofRefdrm There was a gay bachelor Mr With sweetheart and he Kr 0And also kissed her Sr Till the jealous first girl hCame down with a whirl And gave him a lefthanded twis Atlanta Journal If Mr Bryan is sincere in his declaration that he will never again be a candidate for the Presidency why in the thunder doesnt he quit rocking the boat Hopley There seemed to some excitement at your house la night Popley dejeCtedlyYes wehad t V V i a deuce of a time 1 kr Hopley A deuce of a time eh Popley Yes twins Editor Gaines of the Hlkto n ISSIIV Progress remarks i Our K P A excursionists up r North caused a strike among ther Hote1Igottfra- ie and given the waiters a grand rush n Col W C P Breckinridge in his writeup of the Owensboro Press fif Association affair gives Owensboro KXtf water a gentle roast and it is now said the editors are sorry they dtllSil not taste it while there so that they i might have been able to pass upathe merits of his criticism Ken tuck Journal uI suppose said the visitor rom New England that the people in this State dont take as much interest in the election in off years as in ears of Presidential elections Ohnu replied the Keutuck ian rather tame affairs Still t Ive known the shootin at the 1pol to begin before daylight in yeahs sah QThenukes the following offer Jtf this is a borrowed paper are ou readuig and you would like get one of jour own bring or seu us corn iaters ingerns pos sum hides sang order to store C or other valuable consideration and we will gladly exchange Suchas that would keep the wolf from our doors and we might add that if some ot our subscribe would pay up it would help keep the Sheriff away v w 0rheeediteaA putiog took advantage of the absence of Editor C C Howard isand published the following J A report from Mt Clem Michj to the daily papers states th d using the Kentucky editors stay to t here the laundresses at the hot where thY were stopping went on a strike and the editors were forced to substitute pocket handkerchiefs for face towels Tough luck don c tbH2V it Thats about tbeI of I i 1fh sine they have been gone Vh they are at home in their offic e they do like their printers ruse the rear end of their shirts for towels when the laundresses goon a strike which is a daily occurrence in some offices judgI1gfrcm the appearance of their towels HOwever we have clean towel in1 our office which has been used just twor weeks and onelgets soiled Those editors are just puttin on airs When they come customIIn printing ffice handkerchiefs are for Sunday use TheNews at Mount Clemens Mich prints the following interesting article about the veueiable Editor Craddock eAmong the Kentucky newspaper men in the editors excursion Mt Clemens is Col J Givens Craddock of the KeutuckianCitiz en Paris Ky The Colonel drop ped into the News editorial offices this morning on his way back with the excursionists to PutiuBay He is dean of the trip a veteran of the Mexican War and an Elks I have made repeated trips on the great lakes said the Colonel the first one in 59 andall who were with me on that trip save a lady are dead Several were killed during the Civil War including r11 Ben McCulloughV In 2860 Col Craddock was toe been one of a lake party but luckily detained as the party lost in a storm on the Lady jiu on Lake Michigan Prof m Grrth who with his family was lost willed his estate for ed ucation of sprightly young men of Bourbon county and many of the beneficiaries have become prominent wbeis you a ie tC vi1Tar r Oh no no was the reply but 1Ive a greater right to it than most Kentucky Colonels I was a pri vate in war POLITICS anti POLITICIANS 0 The State Election Commission tars will meet the last of August Allen E Smith has retired fr the race for the Democratic nomina iton for Railroad Commissioner j The State Democratic VCommitt of Tenn will meet in Nashvil Aug 26 to outline a plan for t falls campaign The Republicans announce th atof hey are going to apply the gg re iuto to the trusts But they are in about s delicate a position as the boy in the apple orchard when the tee of the bull dog therein has a good firm hold on his trousers Hon Ed Parkers rI am defeated but not conquered in his fare w Iselllike Arctic Explorer Baldwins I am baffled but not beaten Botti traveled a long cold trail and g nothing Louisville Times Repubfsentatives says a party platform is constructed in a hasty and illcon sidered manner Perhaps thatVthe plea the Republicans will be partyJThe Republican Congressional frommitteenoted C H Liun of Lyon count for Congress and the Appellate District Committee named P H Darby of Caldwell county for drsSenator Deboe presided A request it is saidtwill bemar President Roosevelt to callVV session of the Senate to rati diaclaimed would be a supreme sisisaaleviaie Cubans ecoupniib con ellio cratic Congressional committee regards with great satisfaction the v action of the National Association an Meat Dealers in Tesolving to at tJlvi dI at t J to remove the tariff harriers111ing He believes that it w greatly militate toward furtheri nigj the views of Democniey on t question ofthe tariff and trusts Senator Hanna in an address at Chautauqua N Yun Labor and Capital said that the object of the Civic Federation was to establish absolute confidence bettee employer and employe He s that the only way to end tlie strife between labor and capital was to apply the golden rule He praised the organizing of labor and said tshe majority of strikes had been just For forty years the Democratic party has been the adverse element in this nation says a Republican spellbinder But still his party is running away from the righteous wrath of an outraged people and- o are seeking a place of safety direct ly in line with every contention ofm the Democratic party in this ca paign The Democrats have demanded relief from the trusts now theRepublicans are demanding LtI The democrats have insisted o revision of the tariff now the West ern Republicans are insisting on the same thing The Democrats condemned Hell Roaring Jake Smith and his howling wilderness in Samar and the Republican President followed suit And yet the Democrats ate the adverse element Ex G QUAIL 0VJ V Proctor was In Mt Ver non Saturday Elmer Hubble of Pulaski was here last week visiting relatives Both Payne and Riddle are in this country with their threshing machines Josiah Sutton and Robert Hix of Brodhead was in this section the last of the week The crowd at Providence Sun doy was estimated at five hundred at the lowest estimate John H Walton came up from Livingston Sunday to see his erinlaw G W Parsons thee Mrs Annie Hendrickson n Miss Annie Owens of Pineville was visiting here Sunday daughtero ur day en route home from Pulaski Mrs J LofVoodbine Satleur wheIth Mr and Mrs Solomon Riddell Mt Vernon came down Sunday spend a few days with relatives and friends gothi ng to Missouri soon haviug sold his interest in their farm to his brother P H Shutts Vincent Poynter continues abovta the same Steve Proctor is some better John Craig has been sirkIfor a few days 2ofMaggie and Miss Carrie Hunt of Maretburg were in this section Saturday and Sunday HI ATT IjMiss Lillie Smith is very sick A K McClary and Albert Hi continue illV erIfromMrs 11 G Fish has been quite 2 iilIbut is convalescent r 2 Dr Gene Brown was here Satur ay to see A M Hiatt i Henry Woods of RpundsTpne 1einnland Mr Frank Moore entertained auite a number of his friends Sun fdayMiss Margaret McClary visited asnaccompanied by Miss Ellen Butner Mrs Wm Duvall of Preachers4 abdMrs Nat Willmot and day ttle ones were visiting here Sun MX Aieshack Gentry and wifeju Misses RecaBaker Alzavaud ltIi Anna Thbmpsbawerej out tp sefe Mr AlJDertHiatt Sunday 1jVVVOI- 1 ALL WERE SAVED illlFor years I suffered such untold misery from Bronchitis writes J ieJH Johnston of Broughton Ga that often I was unable to work fadedIwas Mew Discovery for Consumption lfy wife suffered intensely from allenihatdthe best Croup medicine in the world A trial will convince you its unrivaled for Throat and Lung diseases Guaranteed bottles 5oc an dIoo Trial bottles free at all druggist The favorite rifle of Tracy wili be given to Gov Geen of Oregon Senator James McMillan of Mich is dead BRODHEAL esn Aug t y 21VMi 22 4 NOTICE untilfwe pay t following prices for Split Hickory Spokes Second Growth Butts and anney d and Livingston and between Livingston and Brush Cre- ekSPOKES i Is on heart i U deep 28 in long AB grade 1200 per 11 17 longCi 5 longCij longD2 longAlongCon heart Z I 4 deep 30 in AB grade 3000 per longCyf f rji All AB spokes must be made from good HEAVY SOCOND GROWTH timber slidall spokes moat be made from good live hickory free from knots birdpecks wind- shakes and all other defectsWr will accept spokes made from eith buttoignut hickory SINGLETREE BILLETS cu heait 2 deep 46 in long 3300 per 11 1 on heart 2J deep 42 in long 2800 per M 2J on heart 33 deep 38 in long 2300 per M longtmust be made froth goeidiliye forest timber free all defects and they must be same grade of timber as D spokes r A WE are also in the Mark tfor1 HICKORY RIM StRIP Prices for which will be furnished on application Fc 1Iori setL7wB ONKX 4 lpL 1AbR1VfiTn 1t r Brodhead Y KV 5 X r JtIJouJUST LOOK AT HER Whence came that sprightly step faultless skin richrosy complex ion smiling fact She looks goodV tccls good Kerts her secret She uses Dr Kings New Life Pills Rcsuitall organs active diges lion good no headaches no chance for blues Trv them yourself Only 25c at all druggistsI SHERIFFS SALE 0iBy virtue of execution No I I r6 drected to me which issued front the Clerks office of the Clark EII will on the 25th day of August 1902 between the hours ofto oclock A M and 3 oclock P MI at the front door of the court house gKentuckythe highest bidder the following described property located in Rock castle County Kentucky near Wildie vis interItstbounded on the north by the lands of William Jones on the east by the lands of J J Wood and W H Fish on the south by the homestead of Mrs J F Butner and C B Chenault Co and on the west by the lands of Mrs Ann Phillips and William Jones and containing 125 acres also the one tenth undivided interest in the homestead tract assigned to Mrs J F Butner in the division of her husbands estate This homestead tract is bounded as follows On the north by the tract above described on the east by said tract and the lands of C D Chenault and L T Stewart on the south by the lands of L T Stewart and on the west by the lauds of Ant Phillips and containing 65 acres levied on as the property of Ida L onday TERMS The sale will be made on accredit of three months bond with approved security will be required of the purchaser bearing 6 per cent interest from the date of sale and having the force and effect of a judgment This August the 4th 1902 H L TATE S R C By W G CLARK D SI lflinllilstratrlxs Sale o The undersigned as Adminis tratrix of James Houk Sr deceased will on SATURDAY AU 23 1902 at his late residence i Mt Vernon Kentucky sell at pub besga consisting of household find kitchen furniture and other personal pro perty The purchaser will be re quired to give bond with approve security for their purchases an bearing i6 per coat interest from paidI HOUK Adrnrx deedM Lion PRESCR IS sr i STeal If ro effect treated on h Eureka Har jil It reo is iie damp ha leath j ph4V t cn r arur- a CIItC rrang l- ClJ s rc rnl lro na J rIIta nc rt hT tout i3rs tM8- h t c ur t irneset UlII Sold evett here IIn carp MtS de by Oil Company J t IfrAV ItN4ac1VVV I r FIANSFORDt0 Beholdwho cometh next butV-reat being in the form ofa man sixteen years ago from the Iold country and from across the Ocean emigrated to this country one of Gods chosen to defend the AU American flag and carry it out vic lotions through its late conquest and more the great Being gave to this man a gift of speech which Henry Clay Daniel Webster nor Calhoun ever possessed This man fought starved and almost died for this glorious Union for about three years during the late SpanishAmerican war but survived it all and has returned telling the story of those dear American boys who stood by his side as well as his own hardships A greater lecture no never did we hear one expounded with greater eloquence than the one we r heard given by this lecturer We have heard the Hon J C S Black burn lecture on the great finance system of the world Judge Vincent Borein g on the great money ques tion and Robert J the great Kentucky pacificator but never did we hear nor will we not anv one else who heard it ever kear a lecture giveri to equal this one given on the Philippine by the Hon Statesman and y6ung soldier Emil HenzmannV Mi HairV 1 had a very severe sickness took off all mrhair I pur chased a bottle Hair Vigor and it brought all my hair back againW Quinn Marseilles One thing is certain I makesngrow because it is a hair food theY is to tIt stops falling of the and al oddSiuda eoiltiAfi ironists yousendyou a bottle Be sure and give tha name of your neaLeilexpma ofiice Address J C CO Lowell Mass Coffee CROWNED NGiK- ingEdward of England Alphonso King of Spain Lion King of Coffjes 9 Fit for any king fit for you Not glaaedfwitb any cheapnoxious coating neverVsold in bulks Uniform quality and freehneea aro insured bytlie sbalffdi package f r CHAS br DAVIS alaiTheFresh Drugs ALSO o LPaterit 3 l Petf ttl rY5 Sta YJiv Toilet Articles CIGARS AND TOBACCO rSraI ints and Oils f P IPTt OiL Breckinridge Islan9sJ II liaiiiftoo tlone carefully Compounded at all hours day or ight t Phone No 6t IE iE Tw9p b r s r iii 1 t it i r c tMt Vernon Signal MitVrrNo1 KY AUGUST 15 1902 tTGailup No 79 whenVnot to COII1rl1uni te with SIGNAL 79 r r i 9 ijJtI LOUISVLLE 3 NASHVILLG R R TIME TABLE r24 north 1055 a m 26 north 104 am 23 south 200 p rp 25 South h i39am TAS LANDRUM Agenti Phon No 58 Entered at the otto YernJ Ky Postoffice na sec ono clasr mall matterF PERSONALS 0 Sam Magee was here Tuesday Mrs Emma Fish is very sick Mrs Cleo Brown is spending this week with horaefolks Mr and Mrs U G Baker went to Livingston Sunday Mrs J S Joplin returned to 1Junction City Monday Miss Sallie Vowels of Louisville is visiting Mrs R A Velsh We are glad to report E T Fish very much improved in health Mr J L Joplin returned from Pleasant Hill Mercer county Sat urdayW F McClary went to Lexington Wednesday to attend the Elks FairMrs V4T Grimes is visiting the family of her brother S ca FranklinMinor Fish went to Lexington Tuesday to be examined for work at Junction City Mrs Jones Fish and Mrs Talitha Fish have both been on the sick f list for a weekor two J H Vauhook better known as Harvey was the guest 6i At torney J W Brown Sunday Musses Reca Baker and RisseJ William will enter Hamilton College Lexington in September Miss Alma Carson who is back on a visit from Oklahoma was visiting Mrs J W Brown Sunday Mrs Lottie Forbes andniece Miss Bessie French of near Wildie were here shopping first of the weekMrs i James D Black and daugh t ors of Barbourville went to Crab Orchard Springs Tuesday to spend a few weeks Mrs Callie Smith son Faris andJ little daughter Blanch of Painta Lick were visiting Rockcastle rela rtives during the week J Thos Cherry the Splendid secretary of the Rockcastle County Fair Association is on the go day and night advertising the fair Dock Cap Stucky was here Monday Mrs Stucky came as far as Pine Hill with him and stopped to visit Mrs Simpsoii and daught ers WF Ames of Gleucoe stopped over for a few days with his friend A B Furnish while on his way t home from a business trip to Har countyAfter weeks visit to relatives here Miss Sallie Linton has ireturn d to her home hrLouisville She will no doubt have many fond recollections of Mt Vernon especially the 3rd and 24th Mrs E H Hackney and two boys with Mrs Sallie Pearlof London came down Wednesday to meet Mrs Callie Adams Smithof Paint Lick at the residence o Jame Maret A number of other relatives were present whom they had not met for some years Mrs W T Smith and4ought er Miss Beulah Mrs A G Lov eli and daughter Lela hlayMisses Kate Moore ZamFerguso u Annie and Susie Thompson Bessie Houk and Vinnie Adams and Mrs J E Houk Gomppsed ai party that went to Muinot Ii Ca yesterday i b1 f LOCALS I Brodhead Fair Aug 20 21 and 22nd Cox Bros are doing an extensive telephone business Elisha Newcomb aged about 67 died Wednesday morning Read the big ad of Houk Adams which appears on the last page Everybody getready for the Brodhead Fair which begins next Wednesday JP Lechleiter nas made eighty gallons of grape wine from an arbor n his front yard The time for holding Quarterly Court has been changed from the ourth to the First Monda- yWANTEDOldB iron 25C per hundred for it delivered at HOUK ADAMS big brick on Main street Mt Vernon Ky The band boys are well up in their new music and the visitors at Brodhead Fair will be delighted with excellent and well executed music The next annual meeting of Ifthe Kentucky Independent Tele phone Association will take place October 1St in Louisville or Lexington HELD OvERWilland Frank Mullins were held over to the Circuit Court under a bond ofIooo each for the killing of Dan Scott which they readily gave Allen Lewis lost a pocketbook last Friday somewhere between William Arnolds and his home which contained 28 in greenback two notes Avery liberal re ward will be paid for the return of same Beasley and Co Stanford is the place to buy your furniture carpets rugs etc They also keep on hand- a complete line of coffins caskets and robes which will always be furnished on short notice LIMBER NECKIt is claimed that sarghum molasses is an infallible remedy and cure for limber neck in chickens and other poultry Even after the fowl is helpless and past going the remedy forced down its throat will revive and cure it The following changes have been made in Livingston telephone ex change NO5 is now in residence of James Mershon No6 residence- of Mrs B N Roller No 8 resi dence of Mrs Lawrence Dickerson No 15 residence of Mrs Brack Graves Our enterprising lime and brick manufacturers Fritz Krueger Sr and son Fritz Jr write bac home that they arrived safe t Pikeville last Saturday night an will immediately go to manufactur ing brick for their extensive con tracts at both Pre tons burg and Pikeville We have just received one of the handsomely printedcompliment aries to the London Fair which takes place Aug 2728 and 29 The officers are exerting every effort to make this the best fair in the history of the Association and with its present record stands second to but few in Kentucky e WILDIE o Note Parsons returned froiii Lex iugton Sunday Tandy Smith spent Sunday with home folks- MissFlorida Coffey vof Valle View is visiting Relatives an friends here Bogie Phillips went to Stanf Monday fRichard Branaman has gone to rail roading Frank Cole was dpr fro Berea Sunday Sam Magee was over Jrdra brabf MondaySWalter Bower made a flying trip to Richmond Monday v G T Johnson WAS down at Brush creek Wednesday Jas Wolf has a very sick baby k this writing WednesdayVr L i l valujablMiss Mary firanamau is visiting in Welchburgthis week IMis Mary Stewart of Deland Florida is here visiting relatives Dick Talbert the K C pump inspector was down from Paris Monday Miss Maggie Dooly is up from Withers the guest of Mrs G T Johnson Miss Ann Branauian has returned from an extended trip to the BluegrassMiss Griffin of Ford was the guest of Mrs Sue Butner the past week Mrs Julia Proctor and Miss Minnie Fish were visiting at Hiatts Wednesday IfhascreekIMrs T S Branaman is visiting relatives and friends in Jackson county this week Howard Brown has returned from Parksville and has resumed his study of telegraphy- Mr Jas Crawford was over rom Brodhead Sunday the guest H S Branaman Miss Lizzie McGuire of Gooch land was over Sunday visiting her brother Bradley McGuire Miss Ellen Butner came overt from Mt Vernon Wednesday the Stewartlof the Musses Ham ins VisitIiugL T Stewart isallsmiles now all on the account of the arrivalof a big boy at his house on the eight Marsh Mahau of Williamsburg was in our little village Tuesday talking groceries to our merchants We were very sorry to hear of Albert Hiatts sickness he was teaching a splendid school rear here Gold Burdett and Miss Nancy Barnett were married at home of brides parents Mr and Mrs An drew Barnett Thursday L T Stewart was down a Vitners first of week loading lum berBige says he has to hustle now got two boys and a girl Marble playing is all the go here now If you cant play marbles you are not in it All our merchants play but G T Johnson he says he has not the time to play- BRODHEAD o J H Albright wife and son Manty went to Stanford Monday Lumber logs and poles seem to be in demand here as the yards are full Brown Thompson bought of 7ckdaughtdWednesday J T Cherry has been traveling some of late in the interest of the Brodhead Fair Joseph Thompson has about re covered from a very severe attack of remittent fever Mr C Cable accompanied by Miss Ida Stone of Lancaster was in Cincinnati Sunday last Miss Nannie Yadon the accioni plished daughter of B A Yadon is clerking in J T Cherrys store Miss Alma Carson of Guthrie Okla is visiting her brother and sister and many friends of this place Rev A J Pike who has been very sick for some time is able to be oh the streets again but says he is not well yet Rev Oney the Presiding Elder Preacheyd adlleetm e Furdl Stone and W H Pettus of this place went to Cincinnati Saturday night t1SHATTERS ALL RECORDS Twice in hospital F A GulledgeI Verbena Ala paid a vast sum to doctors to cure a severe case of causing 24 tumors Whe Pall failed Bucklens Arnica Salve soon cured him Subdues Inflam motion conquersAchski1ls Pains 5atc at all druggists L LIVINGSTON JA Oliver and wife are with homefolks at ITabdR Mr and r Stuckey were in Mt Veriicn Vonday Mrs JOv is returned home from Corbin Wednesday Albert Cummins was here from Oswego Tenn Sunday Chint Lair was with our merch ants the first of this week Russ Johnson returned from Cincinnatti the iirst of the week J C Hocker and D S McKinney were in Cincinnati this week Mrs Bell Taylor and children are visiting at Maretsburg this weekIVernon Sunday to see one of the set- Albert Owens of Freedom was here visiting his neice Mrs Susie CarsonJames Argenbright and Jasper Durham came down from Jellico SundayJ Cooper has gone to Richmond to reside and some one is sad and lonely Harry Thompson and family cf Corbin have taken rooms at the Mullins Hotel Geo Mounce and wife returned- to Middlesburg Sunday after a visit parents Mrs Maggie Martin has returned from London and is with her mother Mrs Susie Paterson Mr Ike Price wife daughter and two little sons were guests at the Mullins Hotel a few days this weekEd Woodall and wife Geo Reynolds and wife Snip Mullins Sunday and wife were visiting Hazel Patch Drs Caldwell of London and E J Brown of Stanford were called to see Dr Cooper who was very sick A son of Jessie Pike while out horse back riding Sunday morning was thrown from his horse break antisUncle Mod Mullins Mrs Susie Barne and Mrs Lizzie Mullins of Crooked creek were in town shop ing Wednesday Dr Cooper Mrs W P Paine j Mae and Jno Magee Willie Tubbs t and Mrs Lou Maddox are on the sick list this week Mr and Mrs Huston McFerron and Miss Georgie were the guest of Dr and Mrs W J Childers Saturday and Sunday Mrs Mary Andes and Oda and Lucie and little grandaughter Maud Pennington of Altimont are visit ing Mrs Dennie Tubbs Miss Pollie Owens of Barbour ville and Mrs Mary Payne of Al timont are visiting Mrs Sam Mul lins and other relitives Drs Paton and E J Brown cf Stanford were here Thursday to preform an operation on Mrs W H Cannical at the residence of Mrs A J Sams The Rev McCreadv of Win chester was here Tuesday and Wednesday working in the interest of the Episcopal school which is established The citizens re sponded liberally and work will be gin at once Fe ul i in summer can prevented 5 by taking I Scott9s ftYiads ofiu 1InSCOTT BOWNE the nstc 4 1tl Pearl Street New York yx and 100 all druggists iJ jV IdICta FORA Situation IAd nun Book Ke prngBusness PHQNQBRAPHY TKpeWritipg Telegraph WILBUR E SMITH LEXINGTON KV reaponsibln d A cc1l1e11Sl2t l9eradn Fxpostion- Befors to thousands ot graduates in asst of Fail BU5iRestJ Cenrse includingTutt- fOD B lt end Board in family about Shaill dTypeWritingandTelagraplipSpsaial Tbe Kentucky University Diploma under seal awarded graduateo Literary Coureo tree If desired vaeatJoa Enter now uraduatcgnoccoflefuh If order to have Lcur lettwi rcacb us cLIdress oe WILBUR RSMITH Lexington yr f kiCKRUEGLRMT VEBNON KV w THE PLACE TO DRIVE GREAT BAKGAJ t a ih n HOME COMFORTS PRICES CHOPPED IN TOO SHOES LADIES 75c to CHILDRENS SHOESI loc tO 115 CALICOS worth 5c- SALE Price3Ic PERCALES worth roc- SALE Price 8 1c FLANNELS worth roc SALE Price 9c GOOD lOCo HOSEBIG Stock at 5C BEST soc UNDERWETR at 45cts a Garment NOTIONS all at Reduced Price LATEST Styles LADIES Trimmed HatsiWorth 200 Sale price 150 FND LINO GENTSI ACTUAL WITHIN REACH OF ALLaGOOJL vJAT sets ARBUCKLE r vy COFFEE ioc FRESH CANNED FuUIf ALL SORTS CHINA WARE and GlaWare THE Very Best SADDLES BRiqL ES rid i HARNESS ayfe 6to S8 COOKING STOVES v and TINWARE FURNITURE ALL SORTS BED ElOOM SUITS c t fl ALL These GOOGS are New Arrivals to be Sold at Low Prig TY USfoj Some of These r i BARGAINS and be Convinced NICE LADIES AND CHILDRENS HATS worth 150 Sale Price S ipoI Bther ont RushE = Better Not J A ItandWill at ice j V9KV IVTens Re alai Price i 25 to i 30 Now at QO cents and up DONT Stock Complete fiECEisillESP- RICES SUGAR LIONr D ThanEver ii Sell greatly duced PricesNNoteY l the Reductions Shoe RtFail to Come While these Shoe Bargain are offered Trouble to Show Goods and give prices andy ou can not afford to miss this SHOE BARGAIN Sale i r Your trade is Solicited Sim C H FRITH Brodhead gk =GO TO a JONAS MCKENZIE MT VERNON KYtfor Everything in J Dry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes ana General Merchandise BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES Phone No 83 WILLIS GRIFFIN lPractical Undertkerr r and FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Kv V Vfcsv HEARSE Attached Can ish Metalic Caskets and have E mbalmirigoaCome and see me anything I have not got can get for you on first fi train that leave the cic- yORDERS by wire Promptly Filled v Phone No 63 f THE BPK oy MT VERNON 0 MT VERNON f KY pnNED t9o0 J CAPITAL STOCK 16 Q f cC WILtlAfe PRES JAS T ADAMS ViCEPiuss j WL RICHARDS CAStERA B FURNISH ASST CASH t rDIRECTORS Jonas McKenzie Geo L v say A T FisliF Fritz Krueger Rod Perry Vincent Boreing J E Houk rW solicit accounts of firms and individuals Careful attcn ftion is given collections entrusted tptis f i =Our friends and patrons are invited Ito call when In town 1 Phone iNo 55 t l LVrTLli6 1it drSTiI iAiAt1AOlY 714tkY Lr74T t3eirYZa = 4 tct I11M i srt mr blllllUrbout m HtMt t JitIlrLI1h all ti Fl ur1 B t1tIRITh I Obelisk 4 65r 501Rlue i ftriuckles Coffee IDcts tt l t jri Mrwtlnn = j r St J I R L COLLIER Propr Located at the Depot Grin- i KY r ATTACHEDfi Meet Trains Day and Night Traveling Men and Railroad J men Solicited t1 Will furnish Lunches for trains Veranda JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR Specially equipped for traveling 2 men Sample room on first floor x Bath rooms free to guests RATEs 200 per day 1 W M WORKS iw r Brodhead Ky Granite and Marble Monuments 1I and Tombstones ALL WORK GIVEN arc rau u 6 for our confidential letter btfcre ap M1plying for patent may be worth honey We promptly obtain and Foreign STRADE MARKS rttnni EM TIRE ttorncys feu nA rcodel sketch photo and we send SflIV3EDATE FREE report patentabilitv We give the best legal service and advice gad our charges are moderate Try Patert cos I Opp US Patent DC iy Yty 10 COLORADO1THE PAClFICCOAS In effect Sunday May igth The new train will leave St Louis v 906 m daily the evening train to same points 1010 p mdaily Through sleeping car service be vvtweeu St Louis San Francisco and points Only line ibat does twice daily Excursion tickets now on sale t For further information addressh lR T G Matthews T P 1 r i KyfND ciGehl s nd TktrAgt St Louis 3 r 0 crOliu = CLOfHIJJG Suits rth SiO Now G 50 Suits Worth S7 5o Now 5 00 IIGelSJr6l1 REDUC TION IN ALL OUR LINE OF LCIthhlQ I = GS IITWO 5190 J 2v JR TOr iX and 75 ST the low M d I ERODHEAD t all all Stanford FIRSTCLASS it U S d or or nn on us Jafliryei5l OfficeWashingto1 1 New Fast a Northwestern a Louisville y GRADES t MT VERNON DIRECTORY COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURT Fourth Mona in each month ARTERLY COURT Fiist Mon i January April July and F CULT COURT Second Mon e February Fourth Monday iy and Third Monday in S-eptr MT VERNON POLICE COU TjThird Monday in each month CHURCHES ChureltPreacltI730 p Sunday School 930 a in every Sunday Prayer Meeting Every Thursday 730 pm The public are cordially Invited to attend allservices DAVID HARTSFlELD Pastor thejMth Sunday morning and evening ilctliodist will hold services at the pres- byterian church on the 2nd Sunday morning and evening in each month i Baptist Church Services on the Third Saturday night and Sunday Sunday School at y u in every Sunday Prayer meeting on Tuesday nights x HASOKIC Ashland Lodge No G10 meets 4th Monday Ui A m JS2TMT VJ5RNOX R A CHAPTER No 110 MEETS every FOURTH MONDAY at 2 p m MACCABEES O 11 TKKT No Ll meets every 1st IK 3rd Monday at 7mp in JAS E HOUJC Com J J PING R K M L JAYERS DentistMT J KY FIRSTCLASS r WORK OFFICEIn the Krueger new brick PHONE No 73 3t ggjM Jorregirsrfywvgg C C MT VERNON KY BOEFiCE On 2nd floor of The Bank of Mt Yemen on Church street Special attention given to collections Phone No 80 Co PA Pennln ton DD S 1I D DEN fST N AV Cor Third and Chestnut Sts LOUISVILLE KY Will be at Miller Houst Mt eraon duringall Circuit Courts 1 HUGH MILLER PROPRIE- EORHeadquarters for l Men exporter at all trains sa InsuraQce of all CH itthe si gnat oJH ceJt V non Goods Calicos all Summer l Grades I DirniII I CUT Haff gt I U Land Stock and Crop 0 R H Levisay has sold his house and lot in western part of town to Mrs Lou Liford Land in the Canary Islands is worth 2000 an acre Tie best land is devoted to banana culture and in good average years will yield a clear profit of 300 anacre The farms and orchards are all under irrigation Last Wednesday was a highpric ed day for beef cattle on the Chicago market Native fed cattle reached 890 the highest point in 20 years- Western cattle reached 715 the- highest price ever paid for that class jloads of natives which brought 8 90 Farmers Home Journal Mr Chas Layson of Millersburg sold to Jonas Weil 17 head of 1356- IV cattle at 625 Will Howse sold same 22 head of 11 9o4b cattle at Veil the cattleman is feeding his feeders on cotton seed meal and hulls mixed He says that he has paid out over X10 000 since last fall for cotton seed mealand hulls The feeders are using this feed regularly It is the best Mr Weil From a barrel of seed potatoes and a oneinch advertisement in a newspaper a Michigan seed com pany hastgrown to a business of 200000 a year in the course of six years The barrel of seed po tatoes was essential as the stock of the concern but not more neces sary than was the oneinch adver tisement according to the state ment ofthe head of the establish anent He increased his advertis ing at the same ratio as the stock Advertising pays As is generally the caseon August court day there was a large crowd in town Monday but it was rather a sight seeing crowd and the day was quite a dull one There were about 200 head of cattle on LONDON for Corn mercial men Good Sample Room arid convenient to Rates 2 OO per v c I r t v LINE QfCaskets Robes cv f Orders by at nal ed C J 1 Stanfo d y July 18 tfY I t 1 IN order to make room for Fall Stock we are I s E Ky Passer the market and several hundred head of sheep Auctioneer Bently reports the following sales 15 yearling steers at 21 per head 35 head at 1725 235 sheep at 2 7 3 each 25 at 2 each 20 calves at 1525 each 6 horses atr from 25 to 75 each 4 mulch cows from 25 to 35 Democrat LOOK PLEASANT PLEASE Photographer C C Harlan of Eaton 0can do so now though for years he couldnt because he suffered untold agony from the worst form of indigestion All physicians and medicines failed to help him till he tried Electric Bitters which worked such wonders for him that he declares they are a godsend to sufferers from dyspepsia and stom ach troubles Unrivaled for diseases of the Stomach Liver and Kidneys thEY build up and give new life to the whole system Try them Only Soc Guaranteed by all druggist KENTUCKY FAIR DATES 0 Lexington August 1rt3 Lawrenceburg August 1622 August 1922 Maysville August 2023 Shelby ville August 2629 London August 2729 Florence August 2730 Germantown August 2730 Bardstown September 26 Elizabeth toWD September 912 Bowling Green September 1013 Glasgow September 1013 Ewing September 1113 Louisville September 2227 Hartford October 14 Brodhead Aug 2022 Barbourville Sept 35 Somerset Fair Sept 2 3 4 5 PHYSICIAN AND DRUGGIST Fore Sturgeor a prominent drug firm at Rocky Hill Station Ky writesIVe were requested by Dr G B Snigley to send for Herbine for the benefit ofour customers We ordered three doz en in December and we are glad to say Herbine has given such great satisfaction that we have duplicated this order three times and today we gave your salesman another order We beg to say Dr G B Snigley takes pleasure in recommending bottle at Chas C Davis drugstore The Philadelphia Times and the i Public Ledger were consolidated i Tuesday The manufactured glass coffins is contemplated by accompany at Mathews Ind t WATCH FOR A CHILL However slight at this time of d year and in this climate it is the forerunner of malaria disposi tion to yawn and an all tired out feeling even comes before the chill Her vine by its prompt stimulative action ton the liver drives the mac larial gerins out of the system purifies the blood tones up the sstem ndresior healtlLo hoc 1tat Chas C Jnj I Z c Ie of our entire line f or th from 2oc to 1 lowe at 1 x m Tm= EST BiggestiBig Brick Main Phone flofa111s pricesIII= Hotel Fritht The Hotel Francisco MONUMENTAL SATISFACTION PATT l SWIFT Train CHCTOWNSE JGI THOUSAND PROFESSIONAL Williams ATTORNEYATLAW Miller House Cornmerci kinds IDl 334C carI 625Simon saysBourbon- News RILEYIHOUSEF ICY- HEADQUARTERS Depotl tCMcCLARY Undertaker Embcdrrikr Complete Telephone promptly OeSiI offer- ingShoes PrccL eachHarrodsburg Shepherdsville aa r rMhI HQiCE o- fSTRAW HATS iW 50II IIj ThruiJKhT fSnswitb IlIOOkIOl faaatouato 2a1tG I I i JUST IcarQhio River jWill Barrel per bbl 50IAfbIDcts IGH Grade not Shoddy IGH Quality good Values IGH Quality low Prices I z = i IJCtsr r1rr7 u CARO hI jI rtWJj trA jylyityj Are st reac 1b the Co ton elt ich lii1c 10 trains day in tM mphi to Texas change hese t aims ei ier reach Iwitbn make close arts of Te xas Gf laroPH r dl nTe1iuory 4n n horsejim prosper writ for aeopy of oyrvliandaomo liomoa in tHe South nd Sent U8 m ieEtc rtau n I in rq or at n r r I h v f rF 2 TOTT T P CISC1SSATIOK10 6JIu c l br1 rn 51R- ASOS t- V1tlY Y rYoc hould takc an at one of e r iaSSeof Business Colleges iv e nk i Iil fch ewl Birininghani ItlatHouston Texas r farframet AJa Jackscnvilie ffo Columbus Ga- M 4 i They arc he Great Commercial of the tx 7 They haw over 12000 former in successful tT givenrour graduates in positions paying not 4500 per tlniltll immediately upon graduation T t c toVc pay students fare to our nearest College t= We refund upon graduation everycent of tuition paid to usif the jfr b pupil is not thoroughly satisfied a I3 for ES e ark4 Caaloatae and Special t- X r J iI WW MW +J 100 r = rTJ Tk Piilsfbut regular action be secured until the secretes enough bile to make the intestines their natural ural agitation by continual and increasing doses to attain the 1 QJ on the r and Fever and every form of Malarial Remitting and Inter and by to the seat of the permanent cure PER BOTTLE CURED PARALYSIS VS Baily P O True Texas writes My wife had been suffer ing fin rmSyb I was persuaded to use gait I Not Get Hard Price L Blur wu rl4tl cAt ntnH5 Coarse the + VaT y Schools South t pupils business 3- loPtore railroad STaitw Dlscoximts io4 Icurebowels cannot execute functionsUnnatcaused results cathartics compels livere iffeIDlittlng Fevers iactsBilious going Chills trouble works FIFTY CENTS AtChaCDavis Drugstore I here Ballards Snow Liniment which cured her all right I have also used it for old sores frost bites and skin eruptions It does then Iworlr125C 5oc and i oo a bol t tie at Chas C Davis drugstore