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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r f j nuiI fetunn J Iir Igna 7 tt y r 7 VOLUME XV MT VERISTON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY AUGUST 22 1902 UMBER 4i tt TELL MY FRIENDS TO BE BRAVE AND FEARLESS AND LOYAL TO THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE J1 1i1rr 1 IIT = I u I iL UI L8 I YOUR Eyes will Tell a Bigger Story Than any Advertisement 3 of Ours v J FLOUR MEAL MEAT IFUON Dry Goods ION DONT yourself you you bought 13 IT ClothingOur are our inducements are THE lAOST THE MOST THE MOST Iii STORE IN NEWS ITEMS v Julian Reed 0Iin a runaway in Mrs William Davis committed suicide in Owen county by hanging There were 999446 pensioners on Uncle Sams pay roll on July i Lightning destroyed the Baptist church at Knoxville The police of New York City have another murder mystery to solve Gens De Vet Delarey and Botha were given a hearty welcome at RotterdamVenezuela has protested against the collection of Germanys claims against the republic Anthracite coal at i 150 a ton retail is in prospect in New York Some dealers are now charging 10 In Fulton county Tom Powell aged sixteen accidentally shot and killed his brother Richard aged Alger is not ready yet to say whether he will be a candidate to succeed the late Senator Mc Millan The Harvester Machine Combine is a big reduction of forces and it is expected 10000 men will lose their jobs Dr E H Scofield a young man whose special study at Yale was tuberculosis has fallen a victim to his own and is rapidly and Schlitzbaum who figured in the 28000 express rob ibery at Fordsville were held under 30000 bond each to answer fo alleged conspiracy American mills being unable to meet the demand the New Yo Ship Building Co has been com pelled to place an order for 80000 J tons of iron and steel in Scotland Two persons are dead three others are dying another is fatally burned and a home is in ruins at Geering Nebas the result of lighting a fire with kerosene Auce Renfro colored of near Pineville was killed by a live wire last Friday which had been torn down by the storm The body t when found was burned to a crisp Will Goforth one of the party wh- o1found the body stepped on a wire and was killedalso L avid N stock scored anoth sensational advance on the Ne York Stock Exchange Mond selling as high as 154 6 and holding firm above the record price of last week 15almostJlpl t opening of the market Itisbullec for 175 l r OUT prices are so small they would tempt a miser ffKick when find could have shoes here less 1prices We content with small profits SUCCESSFUL RELIABLE POPULAR ROCKCASTLE countyI TennI twelveGen contemplating investigations sinkingBoatner QUAIL IBorn to the wife of O A Gentry a John Stringer and brother were in Mt Vernon Sunday There was a very hard storm here last Friday evening Mr Teteis of Garrard was here looking for stock Friday = GIJ W Lee of near Mt Vernonr was here Saturday and Sunday Miss Lizzie Carson of Crab Orchard is visiting friends and relative hereMrs Belle Taylor of Livingston was visiting relatives in this part last week Ad Sowder of Garrard has been visiting friendsin this section for a few daysISigler Leece of Copper Creek was in the vicinity Saturday and Sunday Miss Jennie Thompson has returned from Indiana where she has been for some time Dan Holmaii of Crab Orchard was here the latter part of the week looking after cattle BektLick spent several days with her sister Mrs H G Sutton Mr Levi Poynter and Mrs PQ MondayIMrs Sarah J Riddell has been quite sick since she came down from Mt Vernon to visit relatives The protracted meeting conduct closerat Providence Sunday with 13 a ditions Pikrbe Cleave Cable and Josiah Sutton of Brodhead attended church at Provi dence Sunday WATCH FOR A CHILL However slight at this time year and in this climate it is thel forerunner of malaria A dIsposi- tion to yawn and an all tired out feeling even comes before the chill Hervine by its prompt stimulative action on the liver drives the ma larial germs out of the system purifies the blood tones up the system and restores health 6c at Chas C Davis drugstore II erC Schlitzbaum American Ex wwtayel a As the result of an order by the donheindefinitely 700 persons have mov ed from that place in two weeks s e 8 er B reis2sx3 2caeffii xi J Same Goods For Less mousy L yore Goods For Eame money = r 0 IC B ORCHARD 0 Mrs Sarah white is very sick at this writing WnLex- ington for several days P M Condor returned Tuesday night from a trip to Nicholasville Mrs F D Bailout two little children have been very sicK but are improving Miss Kate Bronaugh has just re turned from a protracted visit to rriemls in Richmond Mrs Juo McCiirley and bright little boy Clarence visited her aunt Mrs Patten on the 14thiJno Anderson of Preachersville went to Corbin a few make his home with his daughterI Little Eugene son of Dr W J- Edh1iston has had a very sick spell but is reported better at this writingProf Gashnider whp came here frog Indian Territory to loin his wife and children left Tuesday for Danville Misses Bert James and Margarite Sallee made a Iexaington took supper and returned on night train W B Hausford who has been at the Gover House for several weeks returned to his home in Manchester Mrs W J Edmiston and sister Miss Annie Cochran and Masters Edward and Eugene left Tuesday to visit friends i at Whites Station Madison county beentsecuredd nodwaitillgfor when he will return to take charge of a class at a compensation of 30 per mouth tiles Sallie lcWhorter has been called from her position in Lan caster on account of the sickness sufferingIbut we areg1adtPsay he is better Mr David Ross of Hammock died a few days since with pneu monia He was 67 years old leaves a wife seven girls and four boys whd have the sympathy of call Mr Ross was an old soldier member of the Baptist Church and a good citizen i Sasbeen spending the summer erei left yesterday for Urbana IlL t where h will spend several weeks tvgo thne q autumn thence to South Tjlaveri Kan to spend the winter V S Phone No 82 J ROCKCASTLE COUNTY FAIR0 The Rockcastle County Fair Association t began its seventh annual exhibition Wednesday morning under the most favorable circum stances Pres J W Tate and Secretary J Thos Cherry hav worked hard to make this years fair excell that of all former years tolpress in no instance have their efforts proved in vain The fol lowing were the first day premi ums and to whom awarded Largest and best dozen ears white corn first premium J S Duke second H C Jones yellow corn first Cash Hiatt second J S Duke best one peck wheat first Albert Hahu second Andy Hiatt rye Albert Hahn first and second green beans Mrs Green Morgan first Martha Jones second sweet po attoes George Gentry first Robert Spangler second Irish po tatoes A G Craig first Tom Francisco second onions J Brown first Ben Philpott second turnips W M Lunceford toma toes Mrs firstfWilson second beets J B Livesay first J S Duke second cucumbers Mrs Dollie Albright first Mrs J G Frith second cabbage Wilse King first Mrs Mary M Hayes second best dis play vegetables Mrs J M Roberts nicest apples H C Jones first Mrs Mary M Hayes second BilagrapewW Spangler first and second JenIniesecond muskmelon R L Bray first Wilse King second can ta lope R C Robinson first lils King second pumpkin Wilse dePKingla fruits G W Spangler first an Schafferhr seco n corn Bill Phillips first Wilse King second sugar cane Robert Hamrn first Wilse King second millet Wijse King first H C asILearay er J B Livesay first AG Craig second V 11IMrs Ella Franklin first Mrs Robt Hamm second nicest teal cakes Miss Ella Dunn first Mrs I Ella Franklin second nicest loaf salt rising light bread Mrs FU- Francisco r first Mrs LL JanetI I r J Scarce as Reds TeethOther Merchants that sell as n v yas we do second nicest M Mrs PiCraw ford second nicest sorghum Wilse King first H C Jones second best cake butter Mrs Josh Dunn first Mrs Mollie Hiatt secondnIcest peach preserves Mrs John Crawford first Mrs Mollie Hiatt second pear pre firsteJohn Crawford second tomato preserves Mrs John Craw ifdrd first and second nicest and best display preserves wits John Crawford first and secondnicest apple jelly Mrs L L Jarrett first Mrs J B Livesay second grape jelly Mrs Flora Francisco first Mrs L L Jarrett second nicest display jellies Mrs L L Jarrett nicest sweet pickles hits Ella Franklin first Mrs J G Frith second nicest display can fruit Mrs G W Spangler grape wine Mrs Ella Franklin blackberry wine Miss Ella Dunn first Mrs Dollie Albright secondcucumber pickles Mrs J G Frith first Mrs John Crawford second wors ted quilt Miss Ella May Roberts secondicounterpane rug Clara McClary homeknit yarn socks Mrs John Crawford first Mrs Mcllie Hiatt second hme knit gentlemans stores Mrs Wilse ping first Mrs J J Smiths cond table cover Mrs C B Johnson first Mrs Sarah Gentry secondsilk embroidery Mrs C B Johnson first Miss Lena Napier second silk quilt Mrs S C Frank lin first Mrs W M Hysinger crochetlrs Mrs Mollie Wilson first Mis Lena Napier second pincushion Miss Meuia Parsons first Mrs Andy Haitt second sofa pillow GItidyeau a Francisco second sunbonuot Be1VRobertsds cut Mrs J lVI Roberts first MrsS B Cherry second nicest oil paint ing Mrs Mollie Hiatt CONTINIJKD ON 2ND PAGIi This sentirnenHs confined tor no party and isbound to win sooner or willIthe pocket of manufacturers who advance their prices to American theforeign markets at cut rates t Meanwhile it is to laugh when i the prptectionist for his reveJ1uei only claims that the is responsible jfor all t hey good that mau inherits CincinnatiPoste7 J r CONWAY 0 Mrs Belson is very sick at hist writing t 4 Joe Lewis will move to Ind in a few days Willie Fish was over from Mt Vernon to see his girl Jessee Dykes was in Richmond few days last week on business Ed Sexton and Dee Hamilton were in Paint Lick last Monday Miss Julia W ght7of Huston I ville is visiting her sister this week t 1BM H Jordan sold a nice bunchaof hogs last Wednesday at about iC 0 W H Jones sold a bunch ofhogs j last week to Rev Wyatt of Berea i for Sc M L Kelton has been holding r business down during T J Hayes absenceMr Vm Fishone of Paint Licks leading merchants was here last Tuesnay The mail rout from this place to Climax has been changed and now goes from Boone Mr D C Pullins has been very sick for several days but is some what improved at this time J B Ealy Wm Fish J W Smith and Guy Rice were the guest of DC Pullins first ofweek W D Weaver was here front London first of the week looking after the mail rout from Boone to Climax Miss Lizzie the beautiful and much accomplished daughter of Mr and Mrs McGuire is the guest of her brother for several weeks tosBell county last Wednesday to the f bedside of his children who have been visiting friends and relatives r there and are very sick ALL WERE SAVED For years suffered such untold 3 I misery from Bronchitis writes J v H Johnston of Broughton Gaj t that often I was unable to work Then when everYthing else failed f I was wholly cured by Dr Kings r rIyAsthma till it cured her I and all our experience goes to show it is I the best Croup medicine in the tworld JfA trial will convince you liits unrivaled for Throat and Lung I diseases Guaranteed bottles soc and 100 Trial bottles free at all j druggist It is asserted that the appoint V ment of Oliver Wendell Holmes to the Court bench was to remQvehinifrom the field as senatorial candidate against Lodge I R Mt Vernon iSignali J FRIDAY AUGUST 22 1902 Published otEDGAR SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR fgvertising 00 r rates made known o application rI DEMOCRATIC TICKET 0 v FOR ON rRESS HON GEORGE G GILBERT1 OF SHELBY NGERIH H IIJzNN Of Wayne county isa candidate for State Treasurer subject to the action of t Democratic party- RuSIDIsNT SCHWAS of the steel millionfdollars per year is forced to r si gill w1iis position on account of = health and will seek another clli and country to find not the fount tain of youth but of health r I THE Republican text book whi- was recently published not beiraged altogather satisfactory on all points y especially the trust question has T been laid on the shelf to be sup plied with another more complete y and satisfactory f EDITOR WALTON of the Interior Journal is giving his readers many reasons why candidates should be selected by primary elections inste ofconventions We wish that everyt one could see it just as he do- esSCRAPS 7ZoBY JET ii There are 4610 lawyers in Chicago f Mr Bryan continues telling people why they have trouble and Mr Hanna continues telling them i how to cure it There are over 100 distinct pieces in the ordinary shoe including the tackdthe heel nails threads and laces Nine hits with nine rounds byIof HvI battle ship Ocean of the China squadron When a political campaign is in full blast the people are led togf lieve that the life of the nation is at stake After the election it turns tf out that it was only a lot of officers There was once a young lady Dr Who owned a bad parrot that mr He would likewise blaspheme Using language extreme All of which so the lady said shr Idontknow any man sad Mrs Vabasput1Iats as care about his eatin as my husband is Afraid of dyspepsia is hcJin quired Mrs Bronx No it aint that But for iustauce whenever he puts a knife 1 fuLofpeas in his mouth he ne turns the knife over to lick it like cuttinjJA report from Lees Summit VJCan tells the story of a frightful ntear en circulation by a Lees Summit paper and illustrates the horrible dangers that Kansas is suffering 5 y reason of the tremendous corn crop The hero of this awful tajeis Willie McKeighan a small boy who c ialbeda cornstalk to see how s his fathers crop was getting on The stalk grew so fast that the faster the boy slid down the higher up he was carried At the last report Willie was out of sight and still ascending Many men are at work trying to chop down the talk but the effort is useless because the t plant grows too fast for the ax to i f Mt twice in the same place The V boy is living on raw corn and has ens v bushLgh air 1ike rcctiors T Farrier ia the viriily a ra iarra vv tu btnduptaJiQOns for ti Teliepof this poor victim L the t rv horn trop V I t 4 j7 his1motherinlawbecaus IIf Mr Hanna keeps up this sort of talk about the rights of labor the her capitalists of the country evil justified after a while in accus ing hm of turning states evidence The iate of the great contest between Terry McGoveru an- n Kid Corbet which was recently secured for Louisville has been changed from September T5 to September 22 Why papa she argued you know Arbuthnot never drinks chews smokes gambles or swears Yes I know the rugged unro iInanticdont want a chap for a soninlaw who merely doesnt do things heNice clothes that show cover a ledontThe same girl that calls stays speaks of her legs as if they were on trees neMost any strongwilled man can compela woman to do what he wants her to by commanding her not to chnew company is beingJorganiz for the purpose of extending the service inaugurated in New Haven some time agothat of supplying people at their homes with cooked meals It proposed now to intro duce the service throughout the country nd new stations are al yea v put into use Yester day s opened in Meriden opensadd MjB Mir said the small boy to a friencrwho was calling on his mothercis a great man knows what time it is without look ing at his watch What do you mean Tommy queried the visitor Oh when I holler out an as him what time it is in the morning he always says its timeto get up 1and when I ask him what time it is in the evening he always says bILEI El GREEN o inRaili in cast quantities btit t late for early planted corn yet we think plenty will be made in this drouthstricken section to bridge the people over for taters is very ood Road working seems to be the general order of the day on many sections much extra time and bor of course will be put in and I can truly say that the time can be better spent When I mustered my hands for roll call on Wednes day the 13th I felt at least teu years younger and when the boys picktuts d the big sledge and beat a larg hard limestone into giblets How the boys did lafF This is t effect of Crawfords bitters Hurrah for Crawford and his bitters verNow I see that brother Lether Pate tries to believe that he makes men believe that he thinks he believes that he has been workingS the publick hywaze but I tell you jist a leetle eveydeuse would make it stick better brotheri slboyscalves to the Blue Grass markets paidffatrpnctsW H Bogue Brown botseve- ral hogs at 64cTomEva n s 25JfI and yearling to Boone Broyles fo j2 5O aud he swapped one far horse to Wm Head of Crooke- creek for a call The few sheep left among us are rHug in price too Health is generally good and all have plenty to eat and are enjoy ing life Tbe wind storm of Fr largeIstorms an tempests of centuries Could shi tree tell its own story what an in tere tin r jit 9f history it would ke TUe thpusgpcfe ot little janjjQijys ft has wintered fwith it Ithen1nberlessso r J1alo while they rested and recuperat ed and lastly for 100 years a rest ing place for horses cows and sheep while its branches afforded a home and safe retreat for son sters to cheer the heart of man his daily toil But it has fallen and in its fall leaves a void o dearth never to be filledas it was Goodbye old tree goodbye We see from tote newspapers that the repubs of this Congressional district are lookin over their flock for a biennial sacrifice It iz indeed a pity that the experi Iicuesnothing to them Webster in the immortal Blue Back says expe ence keeps a dear school but fools will learn in no other but seems that our friends on that sic e of the political fence wont even arn from that hard school so come on with your lamb and w swill see that he is nicely done for in November I am outenpotitics- now BUCK VARNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY FAIR0 CONTINUED FPOK IST PAGE RACESFIRST DAY Farmers running races Rock castle county Walter Wallen first Tom Francisco second and third pony race W D Wallen of Crab Orchard first and second trotting race horse Tom Covington B Riddle first Robt White secon Dave Wilcox of Richmond filly mule race G B Burdette SECOND DAY Best pair any breed chicken EHeAl- bright second geese SMrs Bet Jones first H C Jones second bull calf K J Smith first and second best bull calf over six and Cltlkrat ear any age Chint Lear first K J Smith second best blooded cow any age 1C J Smith first Jack Sutton second best buck any a g J J Smith first and second be oarJTohnsgnffirst J Her arrett second best boar one year old T C Johnson first J H Jarrett second bet sow any age J H Dunn best sow and H Dunn best mare mule 0ofCOltJIrst secotiu best pa r mules any age E Bullock first T H Burdette second best Jack any age one entry J H Dunn everyI ta0 years old Mrs Maud Sprawl first gtirl 15 Zelma Pike best boy horseback rider under 15 Lucien Dunn of Lincoln firstKengsolvett ofIMt Sterling second RACES SECOND DAY Pacing and racking race T C seconed race st rahea rd ce first Ben Duncan of Madison sec lond RELIGIOUS o The centennial meeting of outh District Baptist Association embracing the counties of Mercer Boyle Washington Garrard and Lincoln is being held near Burgs n Dr N P Harvey of Louisville higchthe nd rCJle JUST LOOK AT HEK Vhencecame that sprightly s t coinPlet1011 swsmaface She looks good feels good Heres her secret IsIes gdcc ini blues Try them yourself Only 250 at all druggistsf ld5Coffee rIs 16 ounces of purr coffee to the pound knows how much coffee and how moch stl liandgaecalledglaaeg there is in co tdcotfeeflXlcm Coffee Id cotIeenevet glazed The sealedpxlaeo keeps it fresh arid pure i KENTUCKY PRESS OUTING NORTHERN VISITI0 OXNTINUKD FROM LAST ISSUE Alter a day spent at Niagra Falls the party returned to Buffalo when i vent aboard the steamer gEastern States for Detroit Arriv ing mu Detroit at 8 oclock the party 1went direct to the Michigan Central depot and took one of that roads fast rains for Toledo then to Cin cinnati over the C H D R R thenparty seperated some remaning over in the city others going direct to their homes The outing on a 1whole was one of the most urijoyable ever taken by the association and to our most worthy secretary Mr R E Moruingston the association splendidItway every thing was arranged From the first to the last there was hardly a bobble 3fany kind and clockeYork The Louisville and Nash ville and the Louisville Henderson and St Louis Railroads deserve special mention for courtesies ex tended the association No favor was asked of either of the above named toads but what was gra- cIOusly extended At some time during the winter a meeting of the association will be held in Louis ville for the purpose of discussing the best interests of the association and also an outline of a trip for next year il Reasonsdd d rUnequaled iserdershard leather soft preparedGeePs t tieheavy bodied oil ijlReduces IISecuresORl i1ocalitiesCompanyst it NOTICE r 1ON and after date and notice we will pay the HickoryJdeliv ed on any of our yards between Crab Orchard and Livingston and between Liv ingston and Brush Cre- ekSPOKES longABi on heart i deep 28 in long issC grade 500 per M I longCr on heart t deep 28 in long D grade I5oo per M- on2 heart 2 U deep 30 in long A B grade 23 00 per M 2 on heart 27 deep 30 in long C and D grade 9 00 per M 2 r longAB26on heart 23 deep 30 in long C and D grade 1200 per M T All AB spokes must be made GROwThe g e made from good live hickory free from knots birdpecks wind- shakes and all other defects W r will accept spokes made from either scaly or shellbark hickory bu will not take spokes made from oignut hickory T SINGLETREE BILLETS longe3300 per 2j4 on heart 2 ys deep 42 in long 2800 per M 2 Mo heartJ rf deep 38 in long I v 2300 per tyL 24on heart3 deep 36 in long rOOO Per M L Singletree billets must be made freearom all defects and they must be the same grade of timber as D spokes y yf WE are also in the Market for J tPnon application t For any furtherinformation call on or address J V THE ROYER WHEEL CO tLEBANON Ky OR LL JAKRETT Insp rr Bto9Qead Ky f t Administratrixs Sale 0lhe undfrij ned as Adminis tratrix of James Honk Sr dtceas ed willon SATURDAY AUG 123 1902 sit his late residence in Mt Vernon Kentucky sell at pub lic outcry to the highest and best bidder a lot of personal property consisting of household end kitchen furniture and other personal property The purchaser will be re quired to give bond with approved security for their purchases and bearing 6 per cola interest from date until paidcAdmrx Of James Houk Sr decd SHERIFFS SALE o aBydirected to me which issued from the Clerks office of The Clark Circuit Court in favor of M E Bronaugh vs J L Munday etc I will on the 25th day of August 1902 between the hours oft oclock A M and 3 oclock P M at the front door of the court house in Mt Vernon Rockcastle Count Kentucky expose to public sale to the highest bidder the following described property located in roc castle County Kentucky near Wildie vis The onetenth undivided inter est in the following described laud bounded 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 Checault Co and on the west by the lands of Mrs Ann Phillips and William Jones and containing 125 acres also the one tenthundivided interest in t homestead tract assigned to Mrs J F Butner in the division of her husbands estate This homestead tract is bounded as follows OnI 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 lands of Ann Phillips and coutajnTngya aCes levied on as the property of Ida L lrJondayTER1ISThe sale will be made 1on a credit of three months bond rerQuired of the purchaser bearing 6 per cent interest from the date of sale and having the force and effectof a judgment This August the 4th 1902 H L TATE S R C By W G CLARK D S Lost Hair c My hair came out by the fun and the gray hairs handIcreep in I tried Ayers Hair and it stopped the hair from ing out and restored the colorH MrsM D Gray No Salem Mass Theres a pleasure in ltionIt gives to all who use it such satisfaction The hair becomes thicker longer softer and more glossy And you feel soIi secure in using such an PreParat a If vour druggist cannot supply you send us ono dollar and we will express nameofJ C AYER CO Lowell Mass rF 1 f 4 1 1 r a I A specii arum New York say sc Viett liiirc VTiHels Point soldiers came 10 ihrir souses on the road way ner Iteystdt ad found the card ofJaHiaa J Orbelt pinned on each of tiir tonta they reaiixedi that the t Uv4iva Hp ngarn t the real thing COt ti fa vs in retirement on as small t IHn irJSiysidt and spends much o iis UKT in his garden Yesterday he was coming from the farther rod u f the farm and was driving along the road clad in blue jean overalls and an old farmers lie noticed three soldiers touMid him but paulno at tention to thtcm When the soldiers came upto the supposed farmer they made insinu ting remarks about him Corbett overheard the remarks tied his horse to a tree on the roadside and went up tidy road after the soldiers He overtook them before they lien gone far and asked them why they had used such language to him For answer one of the soldiers struck Corbett in the face Corbett squared off The fight was brief downywith one blow Then the others started in t u do him He struck lone with his right and a secondand vU then the third soldier measured his YA length on the roadway Then Corbett pinned one of his cards on each of their coati and went away To take things as we find them is good working philosophy The trusts believe in taking the things vys that other people findCatholic Columbian It is so yet at the XRoads that fire has to be run through a clothesSoutnof it before it will burn Index heA man in Kansas fell off a porch and broke his leg while helping his wife do the washing andnow comes the sad intelligence from citizIwringer This should be a warning to the married men in Syea more Police officer Frank L Stone cf the Kansas City police force was shot to death by toughs he was trying to arrest ata suburbanite sort Nobility Recommends NervineTheof Countess Mogelstud of Chica go 111 whose gratitude for the benefit received from the use of promptedher vV It affords me great pleasure to add vX my testimon to the very excellent AlthoughI Ussoothes the tired brain quiets the irri sleepIof it in the yoursCHRISTIAXA Countess i1oelstud IIDr Nervine 1 strengthbuilder storing health immediately Sold by all DrussEdts Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Indf CHAS C DAVIS Tile Place to Obtain Fresh Drugs ALSO r3P eittMedieires ofall Kinds eStationeryr Arde1st01 CIGARS AND TOBACCO Paints and Oils pFrESC R IPTIONS Clefllllr Oo lpound k atall liiursr day or night v Phone No 6d 0t tr fn M t Veraon Signal MtVFR Kv AucrsT 22 1902 II 79 Call up No 7Q whenvou want to Cotsirnuni- cate vvltn SIGNAL Z 9 rrJLc LOUISVLLE 4 NASHVILLE R R Co TIME TABLE 24 north 1055 a m 26 north 104 am 23 south 200 p m 25 South 139 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered nt tie ML terord Ky Postoffice us sec onoclass mail matter PERSONALS 0IL T Houk is here from Indiana Tom Brooks was here Monday Conn Brown has been very sick this week Mrs E B Miller visited relatives at Lancaster v Sheriff M L Tate was in Stan fOld Monday Rev B S Davault was in Lex ington Monday Miss Eva Fish is visiting relatives in Williamsburg Daputy U S Marshals W T Short washere yesterday R L Brown is in from Somerset to attend the Brodhead Fair R B Mullins and C S Cummins went to Williamsburg yesterday Andrew Gentry and family of Mingo are visiting relatives here Misses Lida and Sophia Caldwell of London are visiting Mrs Bal lard Mrs Brady of Tennessee is visiting her sister Mrs Emma Fish George Reynolds car repairer at Livingston was here between trains TuesdayT Hayes who is now located at Con way was here a short while Monday yv Mi v Miss Brown of Preacnersville came Saturday to visit friends and relativesHon Fountain Fox Bobbitt was here Monday looking after some legal matters Mrs Wix Dillion was the guest of Mrs 6 M Ballard Saturday and Sunday Mrs R E Thompson of Lan caster is visiting her mother Mrs W M Poynter Cossie Stilton is proving himself a first class clerk behind the counter in U G Bakers big store James and Rosco Collyer of Alton are here this week visiting friends and taking in the fair T J Peunin ton and wife of Wilton came in Tuesday to visit homefolks and take in the fair Mrs Chas Neild stopped Satur day while en route to Wilton Ky and spent the night with Mrs John W Brown Dr W D Laswell one of Rock castlesyoungest physician who is now located at Orlando was here yesterdayR Mr Theo Wesley passed through Saturday en route to his home at London from a visit to relatives in Middleburg 1rs John H Williams and mother Mrs Heho of East St Louis 111 is are visiting Mrs D N Williams t Miss Sallie Vowels after a pleas ant visit with Mrs R Welsh of this place returned to her home in Louisville Sunday last C hI See and family who moved to Catlettsburg in the spring returned to Berea Monday and are v domiciled on Center street Berea Citizen Rev A E Ewers returned r from Winona Lake Ind Friday Has e w in Danville Monday to see Dr yearjs A HBastm the Central Ken tucky telephone magnate of Lan caster was here first of week to see James Maret in regard to improve ments and extensionSjnRockcastle IVord has been received fro that she will be back iat the opening of tbe school lh Ie r first Monday in September Mrs Clay T Runyon and little girl Ruth came down from Lon don yesterday and are the guests of her aunt Mrjj Nannie C Al- bright Mrs Polly Martin of Rowland accompanied by two pretty daught ers Misses Bessie and Annie and visitingILOCALS o The London Fair next week September ist will be Labor Day U G Baker is making several improvements on his residence France Curtis whom we reportedI very ill last week died morning W J Renner and H EL Ship lett have gone into the mercan tile business at Pongo Born to the wife of Elmer E Houk a fine eleven pound boy mother and babe both doingwell Misses Reca Baker Fannie Sparks and Roberta Davis were emersed Monday afternoon by Rev Harts field There will be a protracted meet ing commence at the Christian church the last Sunday night in this month INo 24 North bound passenger train was seven hours late Sunday caused by a wreck of a freight train at Hale Patch Rev Ewers will preach at the Presbyterian church next Sabbath morning and evening All are cordially invited S H Martin sold a house and lot in Maretburg to Morton Ow ens who will soon become a citi zen of that burg A Clontz who was for several years a successful sawmill man in this county died Monday after an illness of several months fi WANTED Old iron 25c v per hundred for it delivered at HOUK ADAMS big brick on Main street Mt Vernon Ky Tom Taylor the expert black smith is turning out some splendid reconstructed buggies road wagoU etc He is getting a big run in this line of work COLLEGE ANNOUNCEMENT 0 The Mt Vernon Collegiate Insti tute will open the first Monday In Sept Some very valuable changes and additions will be made A gentleman of large experience has been secured as assistant prin cipal The former principal will be made president and manager of the school Part of the former teachers will return and part will not their places will besupplied by thoroughly competent instructors Last but not least is the promise of a dormitory for the pupils who need a place to board The funds are already in the hands of the com mittee to put up the building All that is now lacking is a suitable place A good school is the mak ing of a town and community and we believe there are friends of the school in Mt Vernon who will help to secure this much needed lot forI the improvements desired We seeI no reason whyweshould not make our school as good and attractive as any in this part of the state We have the promise of very liberal help from friends in the East now let us show our gratitude by lend ing a helping hand in this noble work The securing of the funds for these improvements has b larger ly through the personal work of Dr Ewers He came here three years ago when the school was yerv much run down i It has grown larger every year till the work was so heavy the last year his health failed from over work He went away in July for a much needed rest but did not forget the school even while resting her lce he comes back to us with this item of good news to llthe1 friends of education throughout this J entire eotnniuintv r dRev McGarity will preach at the Baptist church Sunday and Sunday night Suttles shot jJoel wound Vednesdaynigllt On LOSTA steel gray sack coat almost new somewhere between Mt Vernon and Maretburg or be tween Maretburg and Brodhead A liberal reward for the return of same W J RIDER Mt Vernon Ky CAUGIirJoe Moore the man who shot and killed Mrs Jewell at Mullins Station some time ago and made his escape was caught in Madison county Saturday and brought here Sunday afternoon and placed in jail lRev Hartsfield pastor of the Christian church here will begin a meeting at Vildie on 4th Saturday night closing 5th Sunday morning Oti 5th Sunday night he will begin a meeting with the church here He tillalso be in a meeting with the Maretburg church the week following the 2nd Sunday in Sept Lightning struck Dunn Harms store Friday but did little damage Mr Albert eryI who was sitting on a nail keg near the center of the house was knocked over in the floor and for nearly a half hour was unable to move him self There was nothing serious about Mr Butners shock more than a blister on his left hip There were quite a number in the room but they were not effected in the least The Bank of Mt Vernon one of our solid business institutions has been one of the most beneficial en terprises established in our county The convenience of a bank managed- on the order of Cashier Richards and assistant A B Furnish is far beyondwhat one can properly appreciate except those who have hadno local banking facilities and our people were in that condition before the establishment of The Bank of Mt Vernon We know a good thing when we see it A North Missouri editor givento erse writing tellofa sad cciaerit1 allege to have happened in his town thus Johnny had a little mule its hoofs were hard as rock He used to hitch the donkey up and drive him round the block One day the little mule he stopped and wouldnt move a shoe so Johnny got his pocketknife and stuck him just a few Now when that donkey felt the knife he moved himself you bet and Johnnywell- he also moved they havent found him yet If the people of Mt Vernon are really interested in the success of ourscboolandtheeducationofourworthy is the time to show your hand Money has already been donated to build a dormitory and it is left to the citiziens of the town to say whether or not it shall be built The amount of money received is not sufficient to buy a lot and put up the kind of a building desired so it becomes necessary that the town donate the lot in order that the proposed plan be carried through Who will be the first to make a start Judge John C Chenault has just bad a town in Rockcastle county named in his honor This little town known as Chenault is situat ed at the terminus of the Brush Creek branch railroad in Rockcastle county which connects with the L N at Brush Creek The development of this section is due largely to the untiring efforts of Judge Chenault who for the last fifteen years has probably done more work andworked harder towards the development of that section than any man in Kentucky and it is pleasing to his many friends that such an acknowledgment of hs efforts should be made Register FREE SCHOLARSHIP On Satur day August sotb 1902 at theColtllege in Mt Vernon Ky aicompetitive ragisIterial ship and one for the county at freeascholarship must enter at beginning of the school or failing to attend for 10 days at any time without excuse will forfeit the scholarship to the one receiv fug the next highest rank on the ex mi nation C WLLI MSf chin BlT LIVINGSTON 0 Win Meadows of Pine Hill was here Wednesday Mrs W B Dillion visited friends tat Mt Vernon Tuesday Mr and Mrs Thos Lasley have gone to Louisville to reside Mrs Lizzie Ford and Mrs W R Dillion are on the sick list this weekMrs Doss of Mitchellsburg is visiting her son Geo Doss and familyMiss Bessie Maddux of Conway is visiting her aunt Mrs J C Hilton Misses Annie Hayes and Ella Howell are visiting friends at Brodhead Mrs Chas Redd of Crab Orchard is with her daughter Mrs J S Cooper Mrs Russell Dillion and little sons have returned home from Lincoln county Mrs J C Carmical of Mt Ver non is visiting Mrs W H Car mical near town Dr Cooper is seriously ill His many friends are very anxious for his speedy recovery Mrs Susie Mullins and Mrs Sal lie Carpenter are attending the Brodhead Fair today F L Thompson of Mt Vernon was in town Tuesday somewhat improved in looks Drs Brown of Stanford and Lovellof Mt Vernon were here to see Dr J S Cooper Tuesday Mrs Lillie Haldeman and moth er Mrs A J Clark will leave for their new home at Perryville 0 SundayMrs Mahala Jones of Mt Vernon and Miss Pollie Owens of Barbourville are visiting Mrs Sue MullinsJohn Hilton of Baileys Switch is here the guest of his daughters Mesdames Dema Tubbs and Fannie BlankenshipMrs J Childress and son Vener Brown and Miss Georgia McFerrou visited their parents at PineHill Sunday Mesdames Sarah Owens and Jane Owens and Willie O Dell are visiting Mrs Tom Francisco at Brodhead this week Mrs P Q Griffis of Quail re turned home Thursday after a i pleasant visit with Mrs Brack Hayes and other relatives Dr J W Sams who is attending the bedside of his sister Mrs Carm cal makes a daiy trip to town Mrs Carmical is improv ingMr and Mrs George Doss have the sympathy of their many friends in the loss of their infant daughter born and died Monday August iSth J C Hilton assistant section foreman moved his family here from Williamsburg Wednesday and will live across the river in- Wards addition Bishop Burton of Lexington and Rev McCready of Winches ter were here Wednesday and Thursday working in the interest of the Episcopal school Our population is increasing rapidly Mr and Mrs J H Owens are the happy parents ofa little daughter born the 13th and Mr and Mrs Geo Preston have a son born Monday the i8th James H Cox died Wednesday evening August 20th at the Mul lius Hotel age 25 years Hehad been sick for several weeks with malaria and typhoid fever He leaves a wife and child and other relatives tomourn his death Mrs Sallie DeBord Carpenter and little son Milo of Edgington Ill are visiting Mrs Sue Mullins and other relatives IIEs Carpen 7 ter wasa resident of this county twentyeight years ago and will be remembered by a great many of her old friends Quite a number of our people are FairIW C Mullins John Hilton J T Blaiikenship Matt Ford C Hocker and Miss Hattie Orndorf- Mesdames Mary Payne Wilmot Poynter Lottie Argenbright and Mr and Mrs Geo Reynolds and little son QeciL vvWv g = r KRUEGER SONSs MT V C BNO N KY THE PLACE TO DRIVE GREAT BARGAINS HOME COMFORTS PRICES CHOPPED IN TOO SHOES LADIES GENTS 75C to 4 00 CHILDRENS SHOES 20C to 115 CALICOS worth 5CiSALE Price 34c PERCALES worth loc- SALE Price 8 3ic FLANNELS iSALE GOOD loc HOSE BIG Stock at BEST SOC iatNOTIONS all at Reduced pkILATEST Styles LADIES Trimmed Hats Worth 200 Sale price 150 FIND NO ACTUAL NECESSITIES PRICES WITHIN REACH OF ALL SUGAR IIATI ARBUCKLE LION j COFFEE lOCo FRESH CANNED FRUITS ALLSOR S CHINAWARE and Glassware THE Very Best SADDLES and IHARNESS Saddles 6 to 8 COOKING STOVES and TINWARE Lraaam vswr FURNITURE ALL SORTS r BEDROOM SUITS c r ALL These GOOGS are New Arrivals to be Sold at Low Prices t TRY US for Some of These BARGAINS and be Convinced U NICE LADIES AND CHILD NS HATS worth 150 Sale Price i oo US and get low prices in the Big Brick next the post office near railroad crossing toIIon9t Rush= = = = Better 8 O LIEihan ww A iew vy Pairs Wiens and Ladies ShoeSD Will at Price r 25 to i 50 Now at 90 cents a1 dup DONT Sell greatly Re duced Prices Note the Reductions Mens Slices Regular Fail to Go e Wfoile fcfo Q Shoe are offetecffi t Trouble to Show Goods and give prices and you can not afford to miss this SHOE BART Sale Your trade is Solicited C H FRITH Brodhead Ky 4 GO TO JONAS MCKENZIE MT VERNON KY for Everything in Dry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes mu Genera j J Merchandise 1V BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES Phone No 83sWILL S GRI FFIN f Practical LJndertlver and FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Ky Stock CompleteFINE Bargains II HEARSE Attached Can JVletalic Caskets and have Embalming done on short notice I Come and see me anything I have not got can get for you on first train that leave the cityV v H OR DERS by wire Promptly FilledVPhone No 63 THE BjSQSK OF fxT VERNON WIT VERMON t KY OPENED 1900 CAPITAL STOCK 15000 CC WILLIAMS PRBS JAS T ADAMS VicEPRES W L RICHARDS CASHIER A B FURNISH ASST CASH DIRECTORSJones McKenzie Geo Livesay I AtT Fish Krueger Rod Perry Vincent Boreing J E Houk inti 4 Our friends and patrons are invited to call when m toill- Phone No 5 t H r = uu urnrYC = z jtu r MidSumLer Bargains0 FlourELLIRU ObeliskL 65 50iBlue ftrluckles Coffee IDcts 1H qn EST and Stock Big Phone 75 EST of all is j Hotel Frith R L COLLIER Propr Located at the Depot 2c BRODHEAD KYiGOOD LIVERY ATTACHED Meet all Trains Day and Night 1 Traveling Men and Railroad men Solicited Will furnish Lunches for all trains i The VerandaHotel JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR Stanford Ky Socially equipped for traveling mere Sample room on first floor r Bath rooms free to guests i RATES 200 per day W M Francisco MONUMENTAL WORKS Brodbead Ky tGranite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones ALL NORK FIRSTCLASSr SATISFACTION GIVEN r6D to write for our confiuential letter before 1pt moneyWe ATTand TRADE MARKS or return EN TIRE attorneys lee send model sketch or photo and we send an I WIRE E D I ATE FREE report on We give the best legal service and advice and our charges are moderate Try us 3PatcrftOpp US Patent Of Washington DC New Fast Train F COLORADO TO UTAH ITHEPACIFIC COASTjIn effect Sunday May 19th The new train will leave St Louis 9oo a m daily the evening train to same points 1010 p m daily Through sleeping car service be tween St Louis San Francisco and i North western points Only line i that does twicedaily Excursion tickets now on sale For further information address R T 6 Matthews T P d JHand Tkt A gt sbfioliis j f i tAri t J r CLOTHING Suit Worthro Now 6 50 Suits Worth 7 So Now S5 0- 0cri5rC L lIZ D TION IN ALL OUR LIVE OF Clothingo SFillfG6GS TWO GRADES SI 50 1 90 A THOUSAND Biggest HOUR ADAMS lowprices MT VERNON DIRECTORY COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURT Fourth Mon day in each month i ARTERLY COURT Fiist Mon JIrMonday in and Third Monday in Sep terMT VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month CHURCHESI Church Preach a ill and at 730 p m SUDdaylIall services DAVID UAllTSFlELD Pastor Presbyterian Holds services on the 4th Sunday tnorning and evening Methodist will hold services at the pres- byterian church on the 2nd Sunday moriiing and evening in each month Baptist ChurchServices on the Third Sundayfmeeting on Tuesday nights i MondayTiIT VERNON PtA CHAPTER No 140 MEETS every FOURTH MONDAY at 2 p m IMACCABEES meets every 1st and3rd Monday at 730 p in JAS E IIOUK Con- J J PING K K PROFESSIONAL M L MYERSDentist MT VERNONKY FIRSTCLASS WORK- OFFICEIn the Krueger new brick iPHONl No 73 FC C Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY s BOFFICE On 2ud floor ofI The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church street Special attention given to collections Phone No So = y P A PenmnRtrtn il D S M D tDENTST N W Cor Third and Chestnut Sts LOUISVILLE KY Will be at Miller Tloust Mt ernou during ill Circuit Courts Miller House HUGH MILLER PROPRIETOR 3 Headquarters for Commercial Men nPQrter at all trains Insurance Iof all bindstlltt the Signal Mt Veriiori l Dry Goods Calicos all JSumniGr Grades 3fc 1 Prices on Lawns and Dimi ti- esCUT HIf 1k tfil rfiQII St the Land Stock and Crop 0 1H Martin sold a bunch of hogs at 6 cts GarIrard county dealers some hogs at 6 cts fatSiN Prewitt at 7 centsL P Weaver of Lincoln sold to W H Lillard his crop of hay at 950 delivered 1forris J Farris bought at Stanford 192 mixed cattle year lings twoyearolds heifers and cows at 2 6 to 4 cents Danville AdvocateBurgin Elevator Company has bought about 20000 bushels of wheat at from 65 to 75 cents v B F Sanders bought 50 1400 pound cattle from G W Dugan of Boyle at 6 cents 36 that averag Mossiat same 20 1300 from J P Williams at 6 cents Mr Saunders sold them the same day to a Chicago speculator at a fair profitHarrodsburg Herald C J Daniel bought of Cas Goff 29 home raised sheep at 3 75 and of Jas Hopkins 28 head at 325 also 12 sows and 60 pigs of different parties for 300In Fleming Bob Harber sold 50 fine feeding cattle to Bourbon parties for October deliver at something over 5 cts 47 brought s7i cts and 3 at4 4 ctsSullivan for the S S Co has bought and shipped from Bourbon Nicholas and Clark counties about 15060 lambs prices from to 5 4centsParis Ken- ttuckian or SHATTERS ALL RECORDS Twice in hospital F A Gulledge Verbena Ala paid a Vast sum to doctors to cure a severe case of piles causing 24 tumors When all failed Bucklens Arnica Salve soon cured him Subdues Inflam mation conquers Aches kills Pains Best salve in the world 25C at all druggists RILEY HOUSE F B RI LBY Prop LONDON KY Zc HEADQUARTERS for Corn mercial rem Good Sample Room and convenient to Depot Rates 200 per day JsC McCLARY1- n I iJ cera er Embalmer CnmuletE r LI NE of Caskets Robes cIOrcleis by Telephone attended promptly Starfard 1Cy- ul iS t t 7 l V gr SlTio 1 i IN order to nUtk9 room for Fall St ckre are offering Shoes at Greatly Reduced Prices Ie IS Brick Main 1MAsorHC flF A WORM KILLER J A Jr Montgomery Puxico Wayne county Mo writes I have little twin girls who have been bothered with worms all their lives I tried everything to relieve them which failed until I used Whites Cream Vermifuge the first two noses brought four worms from one of them the next two doses twelve one of them measur ing twelve inches the other child was only relieved of four worms It is a most excellent medicine Whites Cream Vermifuge is good for children It not only destroys worms it helps the child to per fect growth wards off sickness 25C at Chas C Davis drugstore KENTUCKY FAIR DATES 0 iShelbyville August 2 2gJLondon 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 Barbourville Sept 35 Somerset Fair Sept 2 3 4 5 LOOK PLEASANT PLEASE Photographer C C Harlan of Eaton 0 can do so now though for years he couldnt because he suffered untold agony from tile 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 area 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 500 Guaranteed by all drug gist Mr C C Moorefield of this place who was eighty years old on the 2d of this month will leave in a few days for Halifax county Va to see his mother who is 102 years old Very few men of Mr Moore fields age ever have this pleasure IIVil1Ming Louisville Post spec Ky CadixJ PHYSICIAN AND Fprc Sturgeon a prominent U drug firm at Rocky Hill Station Ky writesOVe were requested by DrG B Snigley to send for Herbine for the benefit of our customers We ordered three doz en Mn December and we are glad to say Herbine has given such A 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 Herbine It50c a bottle at Chas C Davis drugstore Fifteen thousand jacresTOf coal land in Bell bpiinty was sold to vv Bostpii capitalists t sjcla Qt u rNoOU rf Illtj THEMJr tfATS 1 H 0iCEof our entire line of TRAW H ATS W orth from mac to 150 Now at i5Lc Salt I I Ohio River atW- 1111 Get Hm d Barrel Price per bbl L1PAruklIOts m IGH x Grade Shoddy IGH good Values IGH low Prices 4 7ro y T RI A cr ROo T I QHO AN INQIAN TEPa Are b ist read by the Co ton elt ich runs two trains day fro M mphi to Texas 1without change nose t ai s ei ner reach close nnec uo ailionlitrafsci rrd were pfc olc prosper omcaa r tiOhhtlC1 r t ai IJUSTf of a I 1 of in Quality Quality L line F P wnIT T P L cihc1Ndr1t itl lJf LtaZEAU6iC tR P TI err JtiIa ra t1rt rS d tu w41 5rRASONS I WHY 1Zo S houtd takeln Coarse it ona or the V r Massey Eic3s COlleges i f 1 t Richmond Ya grrnhji3n 3a Houston Texas f+ t Montgomery Ala JftcftssnvlHc ii3 Columbus Ga itit t They sire the Gnal CttKii rcni eiot of the South T x 2 They have over 12000 former pupils in successful business it t 3 A written contract hacked by a special deposit of 100000 is given r to place our gntchuu s in positions paying not less than 4500 per t x month immediately upon graduation I 4 We pay students niilroad faro to our nearest College +r 5 We refund upon graduation every tent of tuition paid to us if the pupil is not thoroughly satisfied Writts for 11eont C tacoiuP and Special Diaootzxts x i U t IIfoIth a o wt M +4 + aIi4 h ii 44 iiTh1uoirt TakiPillsfzc temp 0 mrily the R bowels but regular action cannot be secured until the secretes enough bile to make the intestines execute their natural functions Unnat ural agitation caused by cathartics compels liverecontinual and increasing doses to x attain the res- ult1 s il lI acts on the c liver cures Chills and Fever and every evil of a Malarial Bilious Remitting and Inter gr mitting Fevers and by going to the seat cf the trouble works permanent cure FIFTY ENTS PER BOTItII r At Chas C Davis Drugstore CURED PARALYSIS W SBaily P O True Texas writes Mwifehad been sunler ingfive years with paralysis in her aria when I was persuaded to use I direcvormake Received carload not Ll t i constipation agitating y Ballards SuowLiniirent which curedher all right I have aho used it for oldso es froct i nit s and slcsi trn ptiow It dory t he botI at Davis drugstore