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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i t1 J 3Ji il 1 r I I oun tflUfli U4iL I VOLUME XV MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 5J 1902 NUMBER 49 rTELLi E i t m Y SEEqrr ror i YOUR Eyes will Tell a Bigger Story Than any Advertisement of Ours 2 FLOUR MEAL MEAT LARD COFFEE and SUGAR Lower than any Store in Rockcastle pocketbookD3 lessflNTHE MOST SUCCESSFUL THE MOST RELIABLE THE MOST POPULAR STORE M ROCKCASTLE What will it Profit a Man f Hs wins the Whole World AND DOES NOT CALL AT SONSTO Furniture LOADrAND LATEST STYLES Good Beds Zv50 AT I f On Up- X225 SOFAS AT AND- OBELISK ON UP FLOUR BEST ON EARTH 460 per bbl ALSO IN SACKS At Corresponding Low Prices COTS 150 ROOM SUITS 185O UPE- VERYTHING GENTLEMENS FURNISHINGGOODS PLACE DRIVE GREAT BARGAINS CAIX AND SE ITHE LARGE STOCK SQpposite Depot Near Postoffice M T ERN O N KY HIATT A K McClary remains quite ill with rheumatism Miss Susie Adams is visiting re latives at Hazel Patch A V Smith made a flying trip to Crab Orchard Saturday Mr Horace Woods of Lincoln county was here Saturday and Sunday Mr Cash Hiatt and wife are spending afew days with relatives at Danville Mrs Julia Proctor was over from Wildie Sunday to see Her nephew Albert Hiatt Mr and Mrs Cleveland of Lexington made a flyingvisit to tives here week Mr J 11 Cress wife and little son Joseph have been s isiting reJ lativeshere week Dr Gravely says Albert Hiat- is improving nicely and soo be able to be out again The school at this place is pro gressing nicely under the management of H B McClary i J M Cress of Preachersville e bought a nice bunch of hogs of JlJ Smith and ions at 6c k AT On Up BED AND ON IN LADIES AND TO V rela this this will Miss May Coffey of Medical Spring section has been visiting her sister Mr K J Smith Messrs jBurdette Chesnut Fran Moore Amos Smith and Brent Mc Clary attended church at Wildie Sunday Lillie the little daughter of Smith who has been sick for some weeks with typhoid fever is recuperating The boys of his section have been workhig the road this week with RL Smith as overseer wh is a very competent matt for the positionA Hiatt who is doiug a flou ishing mercantile business at th place has been keeping an egg record for the last four months and in that time has bought 3000 dozen FORTUNE FAVORS A T A N painst in head back and ttoniaca and be ing without appetite I began to use Dr Kings NeAi Life Pills writes W P Whitehead of Ken nedale Tex and soon felt like a newman Infallible in stomach and lirer troubles Only 25C at all g druggists jvx I l Phone k dp tuNo 82 game Goods For moneyI J ore Goods For game money CONWAY o S B Saylor is very sick at this writingMrs J- improved H Sigman is greatly Mrs M H Jordan was in Berea last Friday D C Pullins is adding an addi tion to his dwelling Jack Mobley has moved from Gap tunnel to Snider ToJ Haye was at Gum Sul phur first of the weeki Ed Sexton and Lee Coffey in Richmond Monday The oil business seems to b a dead issue in this section W D Kelton was in Richmond and Paris first of the week S W Saylor and family arrive- from Bell county last Friday Mr and Mrs M H Jordan at tended church at Wildie Sunday Miss Jeanie Hayes has been JIHayes this week D C P allins raised a very nice crop of tobacco which is now ready for the barn He says the quality is extra good anEI S a demand that indicates that our village has put on new life Miss Eva the J H 1lastSun- day when her horse ran away ancjl verykThe corn rogues around here had better lookout There is a load anRd throw it into you Mr A B Ealof Paint Lick who lias been with D C Pullins of this place for some weeks for anad gone home for a short stay a A BOYS WILD RIDE FOR LIFE expectiisng for life 8 miles to get Jr New Discovery foV KingsI Coughs and Colds W H Brown of Leesville Ind endured Beat agonies from asthma but this wonderful medicine gave instant lief and soon cured him writes 11 now sleep soundl3ev night Like marvelous cures of Consumption Pneumonia Bronchitis Coughs Colds and Grip prove its matchless merit for all Throat and Lung troubles Guar anteed bottles 5oc and 100 Trial bottles freeataI1 druggists c i r 1 MARETBURG 0 Mr Bert Owens and son Albert are sick with malaria fever Mrs B F Sutton is in Livingston at her daughters Mr Dick Martin and family visit d at Mr S H Martins Sunday Mrs Eva Houk has named her boy Leroy Martin for its grandfathers Geo Owens Emmett Cummins of the stone gang were at home Sunday eAunt Katie Owens is reported very sick She is the mother of MeMrs Jack McCall of Glendale Tenu has returned home after two weeks visit to relatives at this placed Logan McCall and little cousins Claude and Walter McCall visite at his grandmothers Mrs D SALewis SundayMA protracted meeting will com mence here Saturday night Sept i3th conducted by Rev Harts field It will be the second Saturday in Sept There will be a box supper at the Maretbtirg church Saturday September 1 3th Everyone is in Rcitedbox and the gentlemen the spar change Aunt Jane Burke who is about 70 years old has recoved from a severe spell of pneumonia sufficient to do house work by the good management of Drs Dav and Pennington IA PARSONS NOBLE ACT I want all the World to know 11writes Rev C J Budlong of Ash away R Iwhat a thoroughly good and reliable medicine I found in Electric Bitters They cured me of jaundice and liver troubles that had caused me great suffering for many yeaas For a genuine allaround cure they excel anything I ever saw Electric Bitters are the surprise of all for their wonderful work in Liver Kidney and Stomach troubles Dont fail to try them Only 5octs Satisfac tion is guaranteed by all druggist hWhile the president is saying froren1 willHesee tiery g ng The Prodigal The father in the fattedjalThe Old hianstep but he wasnt- up against np Beef Trust T reck f V a Scarce as teens TeethOther Merchants that sellas Che as we do r CRAB ORCHARD 0 Mrs G P Elam is nUll red with the sick C C McClure is confined to his bed with typhoid fever W E Perkins is in Louisville buying his stock of fall goods Will C Borders of Cass Texas- is here visiting his mother Mrs E C Borders brightlittletheir home in Atlanta Ga LancasIterisses Lizzie and Mattie Beasley Miss Clara Collier and brothers have returned from visiting thei aunt Mrs Sue Holmes of Stanford Jds Creek which met at Gilead adison county A G Bailey returned Sunday I ast from a two weeks prospecting tour in Oklahoma Have not heard how he liked the country Mr and Mrs James Collier who have been keeping house for Dan Holman rented the old Charlie edd house and moved into it a sinceeThe Crab Orchard band goes to Barbourville today to play for the fair Expects to go from there to Middlesboro Will not return for near two weeks Vasiington D Cwho has been spending the summer here will leave tomorrow for her home but will stop over a few days with friends in Cincinnati There will be a reunion of the G A R here on the mh rzt andI3th It will beheld on the Williextendas Blue Willie Sigler son of Mrs M V Sigler and nephew of the Hon Fontaine Fox Bobbitt has gone to Sonora Ga to learn telegraphyI Willie is quite young think he is to be highly com mended for making an effort to prepare himself for future useful ness There are some older bo in our village that might profit his exampleIi r1hf Beveridge to their state Vhat the Alabama Republicans need is Coroner and nat acct s Land Stock and Crop 0W T Davis sold last week to 36head496 pounds at 6Uc Mr Davis bought this herd last fall at 4acthus more than doubling his money This is by far the best year1LaGrange near Hiseville bought a lot of stock hogs from Oscar Freeman at 70 a pound r u Charley Summers of Hiseville country sold Clark Nichols a lot l of shelled corn at 750 a bushel J E Goff of Hiseville sold 26 fatrhogs to Lazarus Co at 640rper hundredGlasgow Times An exchange says The mule is an easy animal to raise He dont eat much as compared to a horse An energetic mule will make a trip rcmaythe speed is his uniform gait steady and persistent You hardly ever see a sick mule he seems 1 practically immune from the diseases which attack horses CYNTHIAXA COURT A fairly good crowd in attendance 200 head r ofcattle on the market of a fair to medium quality and allsold with fully fifty cents on the hun dred off from last months sales John T Hedges of Bourbon d bought 40 head of goo to rooo lb E PX475Claybrook kind T 450 Yearling steers 4 to 430tlightweight heifers f265 to 350 iaccording to quality calves 15 to 30 per head milch cows 25 to 35 500 stock ewes z to + Stockshoats 6 to 6c Mulerc61ts 35 to 40 Demand was hairly good at the prices Need of rain affected the market some what Cynthiana Democrat J W Cannady of Cane Ridge a sold to Hopkins Boardman two i 100 pound steers at 5 cents D G Taylor of Elizabeth sold to PerheadWmburg sod to George Morrow 30 head of 970 pound feeders at 5 rentsohnT Sedges bought Jl21 head of 1170 pound feeders of Will Scott of North Middletown toby export cattle at 625 He also received 75 1426 of John koseberrYrecent purchase also f purchase Theif jl r tuckiari I 7 i vCs Mt Vernon Signal FRIDJv SEPTEMBER 5 1902 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION OJTE Y EAK IOQ J Advertising lcs made known on application DEMOCRATIC TICKET n FOR CONGRESS x i HON GEORGE G GILBERT GovI4 IL II RENNiN G E R Of Wayne county is a candidate for State Treasurer subject to the action of the Democratic party The Republican party hss her era0 1 i compelled by irresistable pressu of ti trust ispaidsue1andunprejudiced man knows t 1 this issue has been accepted by the party managers witha large m Ytalreservation merely as a meas esrfNi everywhere demand its solution The classes of course will defend whgbeFirsolved The question then arises f a Can the Republican party whose rI policies have created all of the legislation that has createdall ofl PoliticaLj Or ganization is controlled and dc mated bythese tarifffostering corporations be entrusted with the ThelutionApostle St John must have this situation in mInd when toe prophesied that in the days come commercial conditions woitsarise when No man might y or sell save he that had tbp mark or the name of the Beast JJIt needs no prophetic vision to discover in the trusts the symbolic Beast of r the Apocalypsewit iIi 1Jr A paper was circulated at Lan i1caster Monday and obtainedmany primaryCbe held to make the democratic v icial1district trict committee recently order convention It is stated that m friends of both candidates for the nomination for Circuit Judge re gard the primary election a sutes choicefof tht pleAdvocate Corr eminently correct A primary is the only method by which all theI people can express their choice the farmer and others unfamiliar with the jugglery of conventions being put on an equal footing with thej politician In a primary there is 0no chance to thwart the will of the people in a primary there is opportunity to down the voic Itthethafraidit liitalRight you are Let the people sav who the candidates shall be 1 CORNELIUS N BLISS who was the custodian ot the Republican campaign fund in 1896 andwho was Secretary of the Interior I McKinleys first administration was forced to resign from thet board of managers of the American Protective Tariff League beeau the gone daftness of that or zation on the tariff question Mr chblissof the le have become so notoriously I treme that Mr Bliss withdrew in order to mike his protest a f ble as it is possible to make it pl4rooten7 goodman sent abroad to lie fortheIe benefit of his country The trusts sayrx A good man is ab0 phrase maker and smooth politician who goes among the people to lieti ifor the benefit of the trusts Ah there General Grosvenor x to Gpv Taft says in his report that the Filipinos are loyal to the at brrtotteri can boys stand with a rifle aerthm S T POLITICS and POLITICIANS 0 11ncgrcaused one independent for Congress and nominationJI follow Senator Platt has denied a recent interview crediting him with theI statement that New York Repu licans at their coming State con vention will endorse ilie candidacy of President Roosevelt in 1964 The Democratic nominations in Ohio will be practically unanimous for the Tom Johnson progra Johnson will be a candidatePresernor next year a w to fanning for the Presidency 1904 Attorney General Clifton J Pratt has filed a mandamus suit the Franklin Circuit Court seeki to compel Auditor Coulter to dr warrant in his favor for 8464allyrethe amount representing ar y Judge R J Breckinridge d oftof orney case v ablenOwTheCampaign Book issued Tuesd r contains 384 pages over half ich are devoted to the discussion of imperialism and the trusts A criticism of the Republican Cam theiroll1me turIpricesiniOr RAPS sooBY JET dnest pig squeals the most The suns flames spring at times to a distance of 350000 miles f surface There are now gob newspapers in Japan Thirty years ago t was only one Hon William Jennings Bryan ll lecture at the Palisades Camp Grounds High Bridge on Sunday Sept 14 Comrade Hanna has talked him self into a place where he must either take out a working card orofloose caste in the ranks of labor Flacede inI Perth-r Western Australia between a tiger and a lioness The tiger won after a Lfight which lasted twenty settThe Hon Galusha A Grow of Pennsylvania is the oldest member of the Federal House of Repre sentatives having entered it iSoi He is 78 years of age Since 1871 he has been a member ofa Masonic lodge in Philadelphia Printers Ink minotoemake pull The first essenti at it shall contain some line or nes that shall arrest the at- tiou Secondly it must have mat flotertiou until all of the facts have I read and digested Thirdly must give assurance of comet that will be to the advantage nhim who reads These three facts should be kept constantly in mind bebycitizense must whinegang r a is r=I the father of many hen ildrenjut as a womans slexhorciome to ones family come first The couple who bring enty of healthy children who ave behind them many sons and daughters fitted in their turn t a odcitizenssuch a couple oem phaticaily deserve well otbetate But duty to ones self and to g ones family does not exclude duty of ones neighbor Each of pusand rich or poor can help his neighborB times and to do this he must beIn ought into touch with him into sympathy with hint V tic I1l1ryone of tis slips ones mg 250 X 1 occaiion and shame to his fellow who then refuses to stretch out the Reveispu r duty to lift hun up hilt it is also our duty to remember that Jthereis noearthly use in trying to carry him if a man will submit to bettoonlyIkindofhelpthat the h which help gothimselfmarl who has been blessed in life should try to give to those who are Untpted with entire selfrespect ident Roosevelt 1jLEUEl GREEN 01 againt1as a this time our VincentPoYntaw err as he was usu and familiarly called was in piuor man more comer un i tv by both precept and example than many others und r more favor e circumstances As old Bro remarked in his funso otaafnoisenf Go otdlyfectionate husbanda kind fail a charitable neighbor G plandyes to come to the conclusion of vhole a Christian He had been a member of Christian Church for about dutybest tjj pHeren 12 I think in all three bavingbeen Elderngoodman gone We have no neighborhood gas esip to report Everything and everybody seem to be quietly and in the right way working and millet harvesting the principal occupations now Many overseers are putting in more time than the allotted days and then leave off the t too soon Fodder saving is at the doorwith about three fourths of a crop corn The hog craze isover and farm ers have gone to feeding the few left on handJJoe Brown has returned from Hoosier to his fathers house No LogemCum about two weeks ago has returned to his na the heath He too can testify byror worse place on earth iuBetsy is cooking beans for dinner today grown from seed raised this barrelr5 tomatoes 1000 roast ing earsslid drank buttermilk enough to make a good size lake this summer gained 10 lbs of flesh d both appetite and tat are still on an upward move James Craw ias useda few doses of his woad Grten peared sixmonths ago and Paulis w young and pretty again eenAnother new store is going into HookIt Dr Randolphhing prom ofThere are 6 country stores in operation within a radius ofer tofso many stores and run other necessary expenses a problem I cant solve 2ingbeenfirstowly improving J M Hurst remains about the same The Baptists are Poplar Grove The Methodists with two female teacliers will sail inat the chapel iu few days Burl VARNON NOT DOOMED FOR LIFE 11VaS treated for three years by- nop doctors writes W A Greer McConnellsville 0 rorPiIesI Fistula but when all failed l Arnica Salve cured two weeksv Cures Burns Bruises Cuts Corns Sores ns Salt Rheum Piles orno V at alldruggists V J rofztJ i h The board of triisiees of the M E Church Soutli have named A F Wittwins of Mississippi agent to nusc thi 5000000 for super Jl1 aled preachers and their families v Striking miners choped down ielegrapb pole alit cut the wires ween Tamnqua and Summit Hill Pa to prevent troops being sent to the latter place hut the lSofficers outwitted the miners an troops there an hurahead of g edule time s CROUP n sually beginswith the synip tom chi laglinessnot skin quick pulse hoarseness jfrequouHorehound Syrup the child vii cry for iti and ao he first sigtrof croupycoughapply frequently Ballards Snow Liniment external tp tlie throat 300 at all dru- tsgis YoungJlanfs me plants grow better than hers Soil may be the same andseed may seem the sate e but some plants are weak and hers strong And thats the vith elikeyoung ants Same food same home same care but some grow big yIeoScotts Emulsion offers yGrafChild weakness often means t ltia ion nqt because of lack ofli food but because the food i oes not feed Scot S Emulsion really feeds d gives the child growing cngth Whatever the cause of weak ness and failure to grow fRnd matter arefr free s n pie Sr t7n Ciu eitsrocPraa9ttiervY- jrK 0 l dtlf tiN j Lr1cE1w ONand after date and until further notice we will pay the following prices for Split Hickory Spokes Second Growth Butts and Singletree Billets delivered on any of our yards between Crab Orchard and Livingston and between Iiv ingston and Brush Creek SPOKESf on heart r deep 28 in long rfB grade 1200 per ftL rj rlongCJ r ongCi r longD2 longA2 longC2 heart z 4 deep 30 in long IAB grade 3009 per M iffinaper14Iisapf P v All AB spokes must be made from good HEAVY SOCOND GROWTH timber andall spokes nitlat be ade from good live hickory free knots birdpecks wind VIrrscaly or shellbark hickory but we will not take spokes made from o hickorya LrESISINGLETREE BI 1 cn heart 2j deep 40 in long 00 M33 per 2 JBori heart 2 deep 42 in longIv 2800 2j on heart 3l deep 38 in long 2300 per 11- 2xthon heart 3 deep 36 in long MiQtrfromfromall defects and they must be the same grade of timber ns D spokes v I f VE are also inthe Ma keGforr J HICKORY RrM STRIPS if i rices for which inrill Ko furnished on application r tloIcallolrtheress THE JiOYEPvWHEELCO it rupLEBANON ikv ORL LJAKRETrIJ1 piY Brcdnird Kv rzo YM ltfJOYR1010 oa The Vine street Church cf Ci t cinnati an institution which has for several years past tinder the leadership pf the Rev Herbert S Big low been engaged in exactly the sort of work which you recom mend It is certainly ahead of the notjnlerabe rship Its roll contains the j names of avowed agnostics as wet Bas the names of those who are in religiousI churchtevery Sunday is devoted to show iniquity jin public affairs as llas in private lifer and how it 5POSSIbt amJeI ustice in this world leaving the care of itself IlAmong thef announcements kindly sent hour correspondent are a couple of cards issued by the onegof the cards is printed this e araorcf r nary statement The church cf the future tivi have no written creed Its form of govertiiiient will be pure de mccrjicy No fcrni of Jogma will be allowed todo service for religion Religion is love Worship is use ful and free work Liberty fraternity progress tice lovethese we hope to be t she ideals of this church and we claim for our field of service the entire life of man oeiieviagaform of worship to bean in tell i gent devotion to the goodof a worldwide humanity seaes upon its walls mottoes like these Ye shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free Our country is the world our countrymen are mankind Life without labor is guilt bor without art is brutality Far far beyond our ken the eternal laws must hold their sway Those who deny freedom to others do not deserve it for themselves He is true to God who is true J- IVe man cannot be saved separately e must be savedaltogether They should be first among all who contribute most by theirla b to the good of all The question arises Have in this Cincinuati church the t o f what all churches are to be possibly before the Twentieth century shall have passed away The trend of certainlythat way The ENTHUSIASM FOR HUMANITY is growing lessgand less respect for the wornout ceremoniesoand it begins to look as though we religionIlived by Jesus of Nazareth Eu- qutret I gSt i j difWJ VrfILBUi1 SMITH IZEX NC rON IVo zmtooaftfotmAme eca ifeirl I1 3o4o pos SoBefers to thousands e pradaatea in positions iaclaufngTaItfon elrUThan daiirodKocalyWILBURu s i JJ Jjg w I NEWS ITEMS o tThe Saturday Review predicts war between the United States and England over the Monroe doctrine Hon J Proctor Knotts hand some couptry home situated only a short distance from Lebanon twas destroyed by fire It is reported that the Governor will sail an extra session of the Nsmerger M G Cope charged with em zzlwhilt president of the First Rational Bank cf Paducah t returned to that city to stand trial after and absence of several years SaturThetdiyt eruption of Monnt Pelee state that the loss of life on the Island of Martinique was at least theIr5oor The village of Morne minI1utes and every inbabtaut was killed A greet part of the village of Ajoupa Bouillon was destroyed A large portion of the island has been devastated and the mhabi cants are clamoring to be taken away r p tV JL A SlCRp steq in the fall of 1848 Since then Irhave taken it every spring as a i blood pUlify i n g and nerve strengthening medicine- S T Jones Yichita Kans If you feel run d09rni are easily tired if your nerves are weak and your beginIaard family n Ayers n Its a medicineI ij lifter a I builder 3100 a ail Ak Tour UrKrtoc what le thinks of Ay ra nnFa1tlA 10 nor aU about this apl rtJ C Aim Co Lowell try orPostmaster YPPair er Iof So Glen Falls N Yt desfa condition which ands ofmen nd women f d identical the says with Read theirsIof your own case Write to him enclosing stampedad dressed envel L D Palmerope for and get replyI sonal corroboration of what is I here given He says regarding Dra Miles5 rleartJ11re I liftbreastpalpitatefl no 1nrn r lie in bed Nuaafter-night I waJXeJ the door for to Ue down rywmliticn curebutI took Dr Mires l Vine with the astonishingferers to give these remedies a triaL Sold by all Druggists on guarantee s Dr Miles Medrca Co Elkbart Ind 1 SIthFresh DrugsALSO Patent Methcins ofall Kuids Pefiurnery Stationery ryltlol Artices- C f CGA S NU t9J CO WV Paints dIlCI Oils r 1LhoPhone No fi4A tr rQ- o Iv1 t VetnpL1 Sinait- VzRtio KYr SEPT 5 lgb 2 29 Call up rCo 79 whaayou want to CornnJuni watt with SsIGNAL lecc =n a t WtouisvisLE NASHVILLE R R Co I TIKCE TABLE 4 north 1055 am j I6 north 104 a m 23 south zoo p n 25 South 139 a in JAS LANBRUK Agent Phone No 5S becenedettbsMt Vernon Ky Patffo2 m sac Iclass mull Satte- rPERSONALS Twin boys at Jack Abaeys Jp3 y Mrs Wm Pnynier has been quite ill Miss Ellen Butuer is visiting at redhead Dr James Pexrningloii is in from j ckson couuty Steve Owens J9f Livingston was here 3 esterdaj Mrs Julia AsbilJ is visiting rela tives aid friends here T A Stewart is at home from i Danville for a few days Aunt Pop Decker of Skaggs Creek is low of paralysis U OBaker went to Louisville Monday to bay new goods Cxc Brothers are moving into IleJr splendid new storeroom 1r t5S Jiinie Weber of Knoxville the pest of the Misses Thom vli ViUiam Aroold who has been tk so bIg is improving very ovty W Yclept Wats Brown t4D- 1Ylte Ltraivaon f crud ttro bushels si i OldM 1 tieiing th v ck here having some dental Irk done k N Reynolds of Memphis L tin vas here Monda to see is sister Mrs Ecs Mrs Henry Catron has been iiing her fatb rJ1fr Alva ret of near Wildie Hugeue Mailing has rcsturned from Liberty where he has beenj teaching a brass band V iMie Krueger was in Lancaster and Danville Tuesda3 in tbeiuter est of jUis lime businessrJ A Wood returned from LouisI yesterday morning where he lii IjCCJl lO but goods S W Prewitt has gone to Cin innati His family will join there tomorrow night George Parker Willianioburg vvA here Sunday to see one of our Lo r cbartnirrg young ladies J Aft11d Joshua Parjett veer C lcre from Moores Creel Jackson MiiGti unry visiting the family of Neal IITtie town Mir es Rica Bs ker Marguerite uClary and Rise Williams vill Joavc Sunday for Hamilton Col eJ Lexington Qr Myers is making some ex silent phnto views of buildiugg unu landscapes as ella5 other kinds of photographs- Mr C F Ralciilie of the Mouu lain1ocrat kindly came to our rescue Wednesday morning to help us through this weeks rush U G Beker and Burdet to Vhitehead went to Louisville Tues fty to lay ingQJc1s for theinhSgj suresatthisplacehnd Livingston Willie Martiiijip has been vi OtweeksVa tomorrow Willie is clerk in his broth inv s store and a good one he is Hoiicsty imlust and sobriety all of which reh possesses characterizes him as a model joung man J I v Mrs M C Miller and sons Scott apd Ray returned yesterday from 1 a visit to rektives at Versailes 1AiCX Penninglon one of iu 11 printers has been on the sick list for sonic weeks He stayed at the case as long as he could before giving up VC C WilHams and D S Pur dom went to Shelby county Mon day to investigate the killing of the letters brother in a wreck last week flV Bastin the electrician for the Bastin Co Lancaster will en ter Purflue University Lafayette Ind to finish up his course t electrical engineering BrushIe way his interests and those of hisIassociates are moving along Mrs Mary Con left Sunday night for Oklahoma to visit hers n B H Conn She was accom anied as far as Louisville by her daughter Mrs John W Brown LOCALS 0lSchool Superintendent Ballard visited schools during the week Ed Barnes and Miss ElizaJope were married in the court house yesterday Rev Will Owens colored son of Harvey Owens is in from Louis vine to see relatives JW WANTED Old iron 25c per hundred for it delivered at HOUK ADAMS big brick on Main street Mt Vernon Ky Those who have not settled their taxes are requested to call at my office during court and attend t same H LTATE S R C W A Cox and Neal Parrott went to Livingston Wednesday to dp feohie carpenter work for Houk Adams Henderson Jones the jeweler lies moved his outfit to town and is occupying one of the windows in D C Poynters store ir r f n Protracted meeting began at the Christian church Sunday under the auspices of Rev Hartzfield There were ViTedInesday afternoon Beasley S Co Stanford is the place to buy your nice furniture carpets rugs etc in fact you find stc1assffurniture snoreaug 2931 Beasley Co Stanford carry in addition to a firstclass line of furniture coffins caskets and which can al was be furnished on short notice aug 2931 oflIBarbounr ville to furnish music for the Knox county fair which closes today tMrs J H Pearl of London received a telegram Tuesday stating that Britt Piggwas dying at Wash particuIiars ohheIRIrison presiding About ISO dele gates are in attendance H V Bastin began stringing an extra wire to J3rodhead froig Mt Vernon Monday Telephone sub scribers will soon have the benefit of use of line to that place with o uti extra charge The college opened Monday vi l a fairly goo atteiidanceSind the as sur3nce of several more who win enter Monday The school isin every way in better condition th ever before and every indication yearlsIwork The encouragement which i due the school from everyciti 5jzeu ot RockcaklQ vcpunty is all that is necersary to make itrwhat we would all have it beheprincipal Prof Ewers htis se cljrtd the very best teachers pp ybleand every parent lxa jiends ciiild to this iristyutioii t lle rti ii rttu kuo V that the insfniction givesi is only 3f the very bevt IThe Rockcastle Baptist Associa e t with the Line Creel church Tuesday Sept 9 LOne week from Monday is Cir cuit Court The editor would be glad to seekvanyone on that day I Who hasbtsiuess with this paper frs William Coffee has take u charge of tepoor hou4e to fill out the uneqpiredtjjbe of MtsrS W Prewitt who has gone to Cinciii dnatl tTwo bolusesandlots for sate or to trade to property in the country Also strawberry andraspberry lants for sale Also a few thor ufDtyrsheruoti FARM FOR SALEI have fo sale a farm of 127 acres lying on the waters of Brush Creek tWo miles north of Level Green Good house and outbuildings Orchard and well watered Terms easy For further information call on Henry Catron Level Green Ky tf The officers Messrs J T Wil Hams R M Jackson and E A Chilton of the Laurel County Fair Association said they proposed to excelsall previous years and sure enough they did The attendance for the three days was near 11000 while the best attendance of any former t las about 6000 Good premiums and judicious advertising is what counts ELECTION COMMISSIONERS The State Board Saturday appointed John W Brown and Q S Griffin County Election Commissioners for Rockcastle The county commis aorepresentative each of the Democratic and Republican varties with andIand select precinct election officers to serve at the coming November election We overlooked in our last is sue the death of Daniel B Balm 6ger0G Gliiii3xljivlio yuis filled by falling from a railroad bridge near Burnside Ky For two years lie had been with the bridge carpen ters His faithfulness at all times won for him the confidence and re spent of his superiors The re mains were brought back to his aI home for burial and laid to rest in the Maret graveyard by the I O- GF of which he was a rne be in high standing CONVENTION The Republicans met in the court house last Saturday and selected the following delegates to the convention which met at Nicholasville Wednesday to nominate a Republican candidate for Congress in this district Isaac Dooley B Jand L W Bethuruin judge S D Lewis J T Adams W R Dillion Capt B N Roller W G Nicely Henry and J J Wood Bogie Phillips and P Clark The Hon William Lawcon Simrall of Mercer count received the nomination ErWrite to Prof W R Smith for 25 years President of the fatuous Commercial College of Kentucky University for particulars of uu equaled inducements for young men to pursue its BUSINESS SHORT HAND TYPE WRITING or TELE GRAPHIC Courses This Colle responsible and is influential in securing situations for its students See advertisinent Address only rIIh Lexington Ky l The free scholarships to the Mti yernon Collegiate Il1stitt e which tFane terms of purchase of the building V were awarded tov the who trade the best grades in ti examinations 1 eld Saturdays J that purpose Mt Vernon pre cinct Miss Fannifc McClurej Broa lead Miss Lida Hilton Leveli Green Eddie Gentry LMing sto CrookICreek IvLiss liira Baker From ftli countyyate larrttvti Victor Tntf iScjifold Cane Rouudstone a Va4nut Groove precincts were not represented u LIVINGSTONJ iErnest Weaver of Middlesboro was here Tuesday John Baker Jr is attending school at Mt Vernon Walter Gilford niid family moved this weelf to Pittb1lIg vjsitingtl jiss Virgie Morris is visiting her parents near London Miss WiHram on of LouisvilleC is visiting Mrs Will J F Cooper and Matt Ford have gone to Jeliico to work Geo Reynolds was at Mt Ver non Sunday between trains Charles Cooper returned home Crab Orchard Wednesday Ernest Vauardsdale of Junction City is at the Riverside mansion Neil Parret and Will Cox of Vedrne day IBerry Sams of Danville Ill is- ere to purchase a carload of horses Mrs Minnie Chestnut of Orlando visited Mrs W J Childress this week James Houk of Mt Vernon was with his many friends here last week W C Mull ins and Shannon Mo Kinney are visiting the Barbour ville pair Miss Stella Muilins of Coving ton Ky is visiting Miss Maggie Sauibrook Dr E J Brown of Stanford was here Tuesday to see firs W H Carmical Mrs Mattie Deiph and little Frank have returned to their home in Louisville Miss Hattie Parsely and Katie Lee Elmore returned home from London Monday Mrs J E Singleton will visit her sister at Somerset the latter part of the week f Mrs John Magee entertained a elegantdiningMiss Mary Belle McCarty returned ro her home at Lebanon Junction last week Mrs George Reynolds and Cecil have returned from a visit with relatives at Brush Creek Mrs James Bunn of Lebanon Junction 1visiting Miss Clara Griffin and other friends Mr and Mrs A C Carr of Middlesboro ere the Mrs W R Dillion Sunday Veri Miss Maud Hanselof Mt non was the guest of Miss Dillion the first of the week Mrs J B Hayes was called to funeraldNstepfather Poyuter- Mrs Charles Redd and Archie SundayrMiss Mattie Suttou of Marets burg and Miss Tyree of East Bernttadt are visiting Mrs Ed Woodall 9 littleSaraare visiting Mr and Mrs John Hilton in Knox county Mr and Mrs Frank Hutter returned to their home at Covington Sunday after a pleasant visit with Mrs J C Mullins Alfred Owens of Corbin and areJvisiting their parents Uncle Ash ley and Aunt Ann Owens Miss E M Doane of Dayton KYJ is at the Itiverside Mansion The Episcopal school will open Monday with Miss Doane as teacher Squire Poynter and daughter Mrs Ida Thompson were the guests of Mrs John Preston and Mrs J B Hayes Saturday and Sunday Mart Settles shot himself Mon day morning inflicting a fatal wound in the stomach Ill health causegeact iisssoui was a guest Mansion Tuesday on her way to visit her fath er J C Reppert near Brush Creek CarpentercHamlet Ill Saturday after a visit with Mrs Susie Maims Uncle otherrelativesaleMr and Mrs Bud French at enteror over an elegant dinner in honor of their son Elberts2istbirthBay Among those Present were Mrs J S Archine Jiindari rs- too numerous to mcation is caLenicome every month I w l m COVE Chlcs Riddle is on the sick list Ms = G A Proctor Jold to W C Jbhu ri a mule colt for 25 Wml K cam told to W T Sharp orc rs Jch ci or 922 50 Ir Dooly of Climax iris visit ifj 4 relatives here the first of the vtik Oars Mary A Langford of rooked Creek Was visiting relatives here and at Brodheud last wetk Richard Hnlcom leas leased D L Curlers farm and moved tt it W T Clark has traded his form to Wm Evans for his proper ty at Oilardo l t i5- Ri r 9 ti Ifkitmuch stnlo eats and glue called glazing i- gg there la in coated coffee icon VoiTec is ill coffee never hazed S rhe sealed pae4a e aeps it fresh and paa Better Nov=Ji ti 1x 7j 11 e A- CI0N9 NO e 7SOtl7sS ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COuRT fc fr D C PovvTIt Adnr rlUe1fvs FNoticeJUROME ADAMS c Lef twNotice is hereby given pmt Iwill on Sttsittings in my office in Ml Verrrou KYJtol1ear proof of claims a Adamshsuch claims against said decedent must present their claims onthat day properly proven B J BE HURUv1 Master Corn RC d v i l 21 Itr UI1weatJj771t1t Rtv rb Oil sjs tC bmp Uih e t jJ r fJI t dptiJ l lJf atll tS y JfJ t fcSj l w 1r5 rz k I l1 nii atr7cTRft i Standard on- Company l 11 O 1 J 1 IQ uQhrnz Hn F =z r M I I Than Ever w = j y tlu = A f1 1 ev He Pairs liens3 Ct aria Lao d u10eS Incedthe Redtictions II lens INotvFail to Come While tI3eseIShoe Hargains are Inotc I FRltfH y yGO JONAS V lt tJ1L 9 m E MT VERNOf KyjtJIfor Ever tm ig in A IDrjrGooclS Clotlng Boots and Shot mcl GQn t1ftiMerchandise i t f tPhonef8 i f1 w nf 3 L 1 r Yj r iJl F N Jt i Undertk r i and FUNERAL DIRECTOR f lit Vernon Ky rt Stock Complete deceaseda Ii VfJIl Practical I1urnishembalming done en short notice Come and see me anything I have not got can get fortYQ u on first train that leave the city OR UBRS by wire Promptly Tilled Phone No 63 v THE BffNK OF fliT VERNON MT V ER lj0N KY OPENED 1900 L C PIT LC 3TOCKj r i5 OOVr C WILLIAMS PRKs JAS T ADAMS VIGEPRESV Ie L RICHARDS ASHFA B FURNISH ASSJP CASH a f EishjFIWe solicit accounts offirms and individuals Careful Batten rtIon is given callecLions etatrusted to us rrpur friends and patrons are invited to call when in town Phone No 55 f t 4 I 7 IJAMM r IIUnl tVJAiAVJi AIlt 4dSrboutTH M i Flcur f BiILJIRU r Obelisk 465 i Favorite 4 50 flue Bird 4 25 trlmckles Coffee llcts jitr TArcrh ar EST and Biggest Stock EST of all isthe low prices tw ilrd IDV 1rft Hotel Frith R L COLLIER Propr Located at the Depot ggc BRODHEAD KY GOOD LIVERY ATTACHED Meet all Trains Day and Night Traveling Men and Railroad men Solicited Will furnish Lunches for all trains The VerandHotel JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR Stanford Ky Specially equipped for traveling men Sample room on first floor Bath rooms free to guests 1 w RATES 200 per day FranciscoMONUMENTAL Brodbead Ky Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones ALL iVORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVEN to write for our confidential letter before applying for patent it may be worth money We promptly obtain U S and Forcig- nPATTSand TRADE cvJARECS or return EM TIRE attorneys fee Send model sketch or photo and we send an IMMEDIATE- F R E E report on Ve give the best legal service and advice and our charges are moderate Try us 9POpp US Patent Offic3Yashingtcn DC h ijjri i r New Fast Traint TO COLORADO UTAH AND THE PACIFIC COAST In effect Sunday May igth The new train will leave St Louis 900 a m daily the evening train to same points 10 10 p m daily Through sleeping car service be tween St Louis San Francisco and t Northwestern points Only line that does a twice daily esslRLouisville Ky ELC TOWNSEND Geril Pass sod Tkt St Louis N 2 I CLOTHING I I Suits Worth Sro Now I Suits Worth S7 50 Now G 50 5 00 I I 5iGFilGllREDU ioN IN ALL OUR LINE OF i I CiothingS S Two GRADES SI 50 SI 90 A THOUSAND MT VERNON DIRECTORY COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURT Fourth Monday in each monthQ- UARTERLY COURT Fiist Mon in January April July and er uiT COURT Second Mon February Fourth Monday i y and Third Monday in Sep to r INLT VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month CHURCHES Services it the Christian ChurchPreach rub 1st 3r I Sundays at 11 a m and at 730 p Sunday School 930 a m every Sunday Prayer Meeting Every Thursday 730 pm The public are cordially Invited to attend all services DAVID HARTSFlELD Pastor services on the IPresbyterianHolds evening Methodist will hold services at the pres byterian church on the 2nd Sunday morning andevening in each month t Baptist ChurchServices on the Third Saturday night and Sunday Sunday School at 9 a m every Sunday Prayer meeting on Tuesday nights MASONIC Monday52TMT VERNOX II A CHAPTER No 140 MEETS every FOURTH MONDAY at 2 p in MACCABEES K OT M TEXT No 21 meets every 1st and3rd Monday at 730 p m JAS E HOUK Com J J PING R PROFESSIONAL IM L MYERS Dezitistf MT VERNONKY FIRSTCLASS WORK- OFFICE In the Krueger new brick PHONE No 73 C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY OFFICE On 2nd floor of TheBank of Mt Vernon on Church streetSpecial attention given to collectionsPhone So- Penatogtoo C = = P A D D S MDD- EIMTST N W Cor Third and Chestnut Sts LOUISVILLE KY Will be at Miller House Mt ernon during all Circuit Courts Miller House HUGH MILLER PROPRI- ETORHeadquarters 4 for Commercial TVTenf- itaTPorter at all trains a Insurance of all kinds Call at the Signal office Mt Vernbn dslICalicos all Summer Grades 34CI Prices on w sani DilUiJ ti- esCUT Half D jV w h I AH Wi f 4 X7 M G Dowel is iu Dan Brown was in Mt Brown is quite sick with with fever John of was here this week Perry Hays and son have been in Mr Sutton of was here hogs- Wm of Hiatt was in this cattle Lee Robins of Creek was in this John T Hurst and D R were in Mt child of Rice Gooch died after being very low for a I W H Brown and Jas of were in this section hogs Ida and son went to to spend a few days Mrs Willie Procter and child ren of are here and frienks Miss Lillie McBee and and Willie visited in and 7 oclock his last He had been sick for some time and at last the death angel at the door and his soul took its flight The were laid to rest 21 A R H Foster 318 S 2nd St Salt Eake City writes I have been with or for 21 years relief I got a bottle of One bottle cured me I am now off 011 the second I have recom it to my itis cur ing them too soc at all What do you think we had bet ter do about this trust asked the dont know Sen ator ro be cone pretty soon or get so and that they wont think it worth while to pay for U of c by e l L Si Ky j July I 8jfy il7 v- J ShoeIN to room for I Fall we are IEOJ GreatlyReduced I 7V I HOUR ADAMS Big Brick Main St Phone 75 r QUAIL Lexington Vernon FridayMack Preston Livingston visiting Garrard Preachersville buying Hysinger section hunting Negro vicinity Sunday Gentry Vernon Saturday 1DIEDThe longtime Thompson Preachersville hunting Poynter Squire Thomp Livingston Saturday Lexington visiting relatives brothers Hugh relatives Pulaski Saturday Sunday DEADAt Monday morning Vincent Poynter breathed knocked remains Tuesday evening Providence cemetery YEARS DYSPEPTIC bothered dyspepsia indigestion triedmany doctors withottt recently Kerbine tapering mended friends druggists business apprehensive citizen- I answered Sorghum Something ought theyll powerful independent influence JC McCLARY ndcrtakcr Ernbalmer Complete LINE Gaskets Robes Orders Telephone attend promptly anford order make Stock offering Prices Egys 131 Ie PINE HILL 0 OJ Tdwre has opened a new store here Miss Fannie Sympson has been very ill for sever al days Mrs Frank Lay and children are visitors m Livingston W 11 Roberts sold to Mr Bal lard of Lincoln a bunch of hogs at 6 cts Mr Roberts also has a nice bunch of dogs 27 in number for which he has never received any offer Mrs Dr Thomas is visiting at Livingston Dr Thomas and Will Griffin have begun saving fodder The corn yield in this section is exceptionally good Dr Thomas has a small patch of tomatoes from which he has all ready sold 760 worth of that splendid fruit Mrs Metteser has the mammoth pumpkin in her garden It measures 40 inches in diameter RAISED FROM THE DEAD C W Lanis Porter for the Oriental Hotel Chanute Kan says I know what it was to suffer with neuralgia deed I did and I got a bottle of Ballards Snow Liniment and I was raised from the dead I tried to get some more but before I had de posed of my bottle I was cured entirely I am tellin ne truth too 250 50c and 100 at all Druggists Oh no The infant industries would not show their teeth except as a last resort For that would be confessing that we have teethed they proud ly argued DEVOURED BY WORMS Children often cry not from pain but from hunger althoug fed abundantly The entire trouble arises from inattention their food is not assimilated but devoured by worms A few doses of Whites Cream Vermifuge will cause them to cease crying and begin to thrive at once very much to the surprise and joy of the mother 25C at all druggistsTeacherHow many mills make a centCharlie Chigwidden =None my father saysunless they are in the trust HOWS THIS We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO rrops Toledo We the undersignedjihare known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm WEST TRAUX Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0IWALDJNG KINNAN MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upou the blood ahd mucous surfaces the system Price 75c per bot tle Sold by all Druggists Testimonials freeHalls b1lpilyPill thebeJti HATS I HO5CE of out entire line of STRAWHATS Worth from 2ic to 150f Now a- tIc IA 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