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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f1t4fIi IiApi tUJ iAi i m mvnn II fl44oo VOLUME XV 1IT TVEI ON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 12 1902 NUMBER 50 tt TELL 1Y FRIENDS TO BE BRA VE All 1l FEARLESS AND LV YAL TO THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE i r7K V3g Jii y rT n VTJtffgfrlyprri 7 y x 2 SA VF w lIf J = c o + t nl r YOU 4 Know L i I YOU CAN Buy Bakers No i Flour 250 per hundred Bakers White Swan FloitK 2 15 per hundred Meat Pet1oundo jA sIiS i ii cents v Sugar per pound 5 r jv cents I I Arbucides Coffee per pound Ig cents Y Green Coffees per pound 813 to 10 cents I Baking Soda per poundH 2 12 centsR u 4 Ir JI r t For Above Bargains go to A4 T I What will it Profit d Man I f He Gain the Whole World AMD DOES NOT CALL AT I f KRUEGER SONSTO BUY HIS jff j f l p Jllflf Cv 1 Good BedsAT J 2eSO Ij On UDiJ SOFAS AT 225AN- DosErisKr ON UP Loux BEST ON EARTH 460 perbbl ALSO IN SACKS At Corresponding Low Prices i 0 Mrs is sick is some at this G A at Mrs and Joe at the fair last has the of Mrs tor for a few O A and M E are a few in G I1 the in this last A msn for the he a aiid left the first of the to t Mo one that t S the 9f ir f I s AT On A IN LADIES I THE PLACE TO DRIVE GREAT BARGAINS CALL AND SEE OUR LARGE STOCK II Opposite Depot Near Postoffice WIT VERNON KY QUAIL Martha Brown quite Mack Brown better time Morgan attended court Stanford Monday Flora Thompson arrived from Indiana Saturday Jack Sutton Brown tended Somerset week Miss Ellen Butner been pleasant guest DJS Proc days Gentry Craig spending days Lex ington visiting friends Supt Ballard visited schools part week good important place holds to1heafter spending few days with relatives here- tBraiidy Hays family week return they have only been hereabout year from State Frank Touse founder Judge diedjJn New York DOJt r cOTS L50Up BED ROOM SUITS 1850ND- EVERYTHING ON UP AND GENTLEMENS FURNISHING GOODS I LONDON S B M School opened here this morning with good showing About ioo pupils were enrolled The Kentucky conference of the ME Church South adjourned Tuesday morning One of the principal points of in terest to the people here was the trial of Rev J A Sawyer ofthis place He was pastor at Dover Ky where he was accused of un becoming conduct in connection with a prominent widow The re suIt of the trial was a complete ex on ration The people here have always had the utmost confidence in him and are glad to find that he is innocent as they have always a1i1belbeen prominent in the prosecution NOT DOOMED FOR LIFE I was treated for three years by good doctors writes W A Greer ofIvlcConnellsilleO for Piles failedoBucklins Arnica Salve cured me in two weeks Cures Burns Bruises Cuts Corns Sores Erup tiallSi Sajt Rheum Biles orno pay k catgl dri1 gsrs CONWAY IoMiss Dovie Poynter is very sick Mrs J H Sigman is still improv ling B Saylor is somewhat im proved M H Jordan was in Berea last Thursday RockfordIwas B A Riddle attended court at fRi onii 1as114on dav iAG L Wren and Hugh Edwards were in Mt Vernon last Friday James Linville and W C Brock loaded a car of logs here last week husttHngMr Harvey Chenault of Madison county was here first of the weekMrs Jennie Ramsey was here visiting relatives Saturday and Sunday Supt G M Ballard was here first of the week visiting thej schoolsEuriah Spoonamore Wand family left last Sunday for the fertilesoil of IllinoisJ returned from NichJ olasville last Friday and reported a nice visit J J Martin and C H Todd have moved their stave mill to Clear creek W B Sigman and wife were in Berea Saturday and Sunday visiting relatives Taswell Morgan was home from Anderson county with his family first of the week Mr and Mrs Matt Grinstead of Scaffold Cane are visiting rela tives in Knox county Mrs T D Herst went to Grays Station last Tuesday to visit her daughter e Mrs Wm Owens Frank Blazer Thomas Guinn James Guinn and W C Vires of Scaffold Cane were here Tuesday What about it Friend M L Kelton was in Richmond last Monday and came home as straigh- as a shingle S W Saylor on last Monday evening killed the largest copper head I ever saw it being four feet long and six inches incumference s Two Itallian strikeing miners were set upon by strikers pickets near Wilkbare in the belief that they were nonunion menOne mans brains were beaten out and the other so badly hufT he will robabl die r 0 0 tiof 4 I Good f fev 5 cents I CRAB ORCHARD 0 Miss Ellen McCoy of London is visiting friends here Mrs Sue Holmes of Stanford- is visiting her brother Harve Col lier Miss Fannie Austin of Lancaster is visiting her sister Mrs Allin Smith Mrs Lida Estes and Mrs J J S Edmiston of McKinney visited their father Jno Edmiston r and M rs ftV Coo KOf Hope Ind are visiting Mrs Cooks mother Mrs Gameley S B Bastiii is making prepara tions to entertain a big crowd at the fair grounds on the n 12 and 13 Mr F Giezelone of our best German citizens is prospecting in Los Angeles Cal with a view to moving there The meeting at the Baptist church is still going on but it seems that the seed sown is falling On stony ground A sad death occurred here Sunday morning Sue Beth the sweet little girl of Dexter Ballou and wife passed away and was laid to rest in the Stanford Miss Jennie Thompson of Craw fordsville Ind is visiting her old home near Bee Lick and called on her old friend and teacher Mrs Paten as she passed this way Mrs W B Kelly has rented her little home about a mile from town to Will Borders She is selling out her stock with the in tention of visiting friends in the mountain counties Miss Annie Bronaugh one of the handsomest young ladies of this town just as good as she is pretty was married a few days since to Brasman Beasley of Garrard coun ty They have the best wishes of friends as Miss Annie was loved by all who knew her Fred Payne of Illinois who was raised in this part of Kentucky but left here years ago is here ming mettwith a nice widow lady since he came Mrs Martha Bell So a case of love at first sight They were married a few days since and she will return with him to his home in Illinois 1i Safeblowers robbed the postof flee at Hubbard Ohio and secured much booty During a quarrel John C Leh neniann was killed by his sonin laN JamesC Duane a P- nentbisinessman romi in Boston i = StJjfj i DO YOU Understand YOU CAN Buyz Brown Domestic upWomens KyBAKERS FrnjtureOF 650Mens300Calicos CemeteryI BRODHEAD 0 Manly Albright is via 1ig at MiddlesboroMrs Hilton visited Bar bourville fair Mrs James M Owens is very sick at this writing Born to the wife of Jesse Reynolds a fine daughter Henry Sutton of Bee Lickwas in our town Wednesday JIIIIIIS verai lamb eraroahereftaking up lumber Tilden Frith spent a few days in Cincinnati first of the week Daniel Holman of Crak Orch ard was in our town Wednesday Mrs Dr I S Burdette has gone to Crab Orchard for a day or two The people of our town are sub scribing liberally for a public well Mrs Dr Clark has not returned from her trip to the South and West yet- Horace Benton and Miss Lida Hilton have entered the Mt Ver non College Rev Kin Pike and family arrived at our place Wednesday and will preach at night Mr A Furnish of Mt Vernon was in our town Tuesday night al so Mr Krueger- J H Albright took ia the Som erset fair and exhibited his gate opener which was highly compli mentedTheorder has been made that everybody must clean up their property sprinkle lots of lime about where it is needed- J G Frith is completing the Keisling Lunch House When that is completed our town will have four fairly good hotels G A BOYS WILD RIDE FOR LIFE With family around expecting him to die and a son riding for life 8 miles to get Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds W H Brown of Leesville Ind endured deaths agonies from asthma but this won derful medicine gave instant relief and soon cured him He writes I now sleep soundly every night Like marvelous cures of Consumption Pneumonia Bron chitis Coughs Colds and Grip prove its matchless merit for all Throat and Lung troubles Guaranteed bottles 50C and 100 Trial bottles free at all druggists Louisville wholesale merchants with one acclaim state that this falls business is the best in theirr experience fv vat Land Stock and Crop y 51Gh yearold mules in Stanford last JIf Monday for 250 Green Lynam have purchased of C C Clark of North Middle town 52 head of i45olb export cattle at 64cMt Sterling Ga zetteW H Nutter sold to B F San h ders Bros of Louisville 37 J head of i4oolt exnort cattle atf cent per pounaifanaJ ap n lhead Blue Grass Clipper Hibler Bros sold to Dave Scott of Avon 50 ewes atz75RobtCollins sold to Hibler Bros 75 i fancy ewes i5otts at 2e Rod mon Talbott sold to same S r4a250 per head Paris Kentuckian P Joe A Cohen bought 20 head of 256lb hogs from Ernest Dunlap a it and i the same number of 200 lt 2 hogs from Joe Fecht at 66 cents it He bought 50 fat sheep from Jas T Wilhoit at 2 a head and sold i to L D Carpenter 40 stock ewesa at 13 Woodford Sun- K it S Woods got 72 bushels of clover seed from 36 acres this 4 yearBonta Bros sold the bunch r of 30 mules bought for them last year by Robert Nave to V F DunL lap of Jessamine for 100 around Judge Jno W Hughes sold to Wathan Bros of Lebanon 22 head of 2yearold sugar mules for 155 each Also three cotton mules for 130 eacha1d four for 115 each Harrodsburg Herald Ben T Franklin sold to L Jo seph last week thirtyfour head of export cattle weight r4oSlbs at 635 Robt T Gay sold sixty hean of export cattle to Simeon Weil shipped Thursday weight I432lbs at 650J L Brown and G M Proctor agents for H R Brown sold Sim Well 300 fat sheep to be delivered October istr at 4 each Winchester Democrat A PARSONS NOBLE ACT ttI want all the WorUl Jfo know r writes Rev C J Bu dong of Ash away R I what 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 theft wonder 1 fulwork in Liver Kidney and Stomach troubles Dont fail to try them Only Sorts Satisfac tion is guaranteed by all druggists i Tom Johnson is the head carte Jhe Ohio Demacfatic pushr y 5 i1 dt r r tVernon Signal FlU DAY SEPTEMBER 12 1902 Published every Friday by FIT11J17IL1 SUBSCRIPTION ON YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application r DEMOCRATIC TICKET o MFORCONGRESS HOST GEORGE G GILBERT OF SHELBY icJi H II IIENHlXGER 7 Of Wayne county is a candidate for State Treasurer subject to the action of the Democratic parts- TARIRE reversion as a method of getting at the Trust directly is a subject on which President Roose velt cannot persist in keeping silent j He must speak to establisfrliis own sincerity The charge is freely made that his speeches about re straining Trusts are only declama non that he knows nothing can be done that his constitutional amend ment win take years to get if it is ever secured at all But in cutting away the tariff protection of Trusts there is something definite that can bedone immediately The Repub titans of the West are demanding that it be done Unless the President is willing to rest under the suspicion that he is talking claptrap for political purposes and that he has not really enlisted for a war against Trusts byevery legitimate weapon he will have to come out ttnd take d position on this subject trTHINGS are waxing warm in the judges race in the 13th Judicial andithe republicans will have it where they want it and then Hardin and r Saufley will both liar ray back and sit down Such a fight as is being made in that race and the number of hard things that are Ol Jeinpfsaid by each side cau promise no good result It is to be regret ted that so much antagonism exists Saufley and Kardin are both men of exceptional ability and charac ter and to let the choice fall where it may the district would have no reason to regret it for a nioment A plea for harmony aud not quite so many hot shot would be more l1WrJ PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT in his speech at Chattanooga on last Monda3p quoted the following t lines which he copied fro ai the j I Kentucky Monument erected in taClucicamauga Park and which ivcie penned by the hand ofex Govv Yfciliaro 0 Bradley As we are united in life and thsy united indeath let one monument per perpetuate their deeds and one people forgetful ofall asperities forever hold in grateful remember afTce all the glories of that terible conflict which made all men free and retained every star on the na tions flag 1i4 QL I HON W J BRYAN ina speach Delivered at Joplin Mo said that President Roosevelt has no reme dy for the trusts and every one of His utterances were perfectly ab = surd11r Bryau doubtless acting upon the theory that one abI surd itjr calls for another suggests that the better remedy for this great evil is to put one of the trust magnates in stripes behind the orison walls As Uncle Harrison Garpeiiter would say two much fM tiaikl and not enough real good jjeing done Thfc best evidence that the tariff a shelter and a foster mother to the Trusts is the fact that every time the proposal to revise it is de she Trusty hold up their h i Ls isholy horror at3He lr9tun 2 t VVjkirarS TAYLOR drew hs r tbrona streetcar conductor in Indianapolis because five cents farew demanded of him Billy fiai1i1ji r r ing hisway up whtre Gjv DJtb1n stays J t t = r = The first echo of Roosevelts Pittsburg speech says that Con gress will not down the trusts until the people down Congress Bos ton Post mraxmrswrcw trceso S C R P so BY JET The humblest individual isa necessary factor in the worlds economy The man who allows disappoint ment to discourage him will never win a place in the pages of history But fellow citizens it is not so much what a mansays or the way he says it as what he does that counts Perhaps Mr Platt has figured out a plan by which he and Mr Quay can throw the trust down and take the coal mines away from it Abner Dunton of Lincolnville Mass nearly ninety five years old challenges any man of similar age to run wa k and wrestle with him What is to be the largest cotton mill in the world is to be located soon near Kansas City The investment will reach about 10000 000There can be no serious question as to President Roosevelts ability as a newsmaker There Js some thing doing in his immediate vicinity at all times Guide at the capitalSee that man across the street That is th Speaker of the House Jay GreenDew tell How lo- nghal woman been dead huh Your mother always meal time nhamI know it dear but Benham Well I wish you woul tell her that this is no coaling sta tion Miss Nannie Davis of Pharos W Va aged 21 weighs 673 pounds her height is 5 feet 4 inch es waist measurement 7 feet aril l 28 inches Her sister Girdia Da vis weighs 500 Their parents weigh 135 and 120 respectively- A French authority estimates the number of horses in the world at 74600000 aud the number of mules and asses at 12100000 Despite the inroads of the autimo bile there is an unusual demand for draft animals and the prices ar highWhile acting as a peacemaker Colonel Bryan was almost killed the other day The Colonelwill tints get an idea of what is likely to happen if he should nndem take to haul Mr Yatterson off the prostrate form of exPresident Cleveland King Victor Emmanuel has ordered that the Italian arruore cruiser Carlo Alberto on board of whichwireless experiments have been proceeding for some time be placedat the further disposal of William Marconi for experiments between Europe and America And muttered the subordi nate the agent who rented me that property told me the house was only 10 minutes from the sta tionHere he resumes his sprint for the train gasping I wonder if he thought I was a flash of lightning Pop said farmer Korntops boy insinuatingly as he leaned on his hoe Tommy Perkins says the fish are bitin right lively up the creek today Well replied the old man you tell him if hell come over here anN lerIOU with yep hoeill Yes v They wont git a chance to bite himAn irate subscriber to the C LOI NELfound SIGNAL in his box in place of his favorite paper He made a bee liuefot SIGNAL office Finding the editor was out he in formed the pill e devil that hei didnt want any Signal in hisu and further that some Mt Vernou par ties had sold the republican party j when they turned the GoLONiy over to the purchaser The devil Kgiswered with a satanicsjiileryes tfcy arc burs v s r cm 1 Tliese purists language who shout so much about grainier al ways Itlakeme think of the fellow out in Illynoff the dock and fell into the wa terssiid Representative Rldi of Ohio Some people helped him out Then one of rl rescuers asked How did come to fall into the water I t didnt cone to fall into the water replied the roan I rcame to fish IJ Times September ylA few weeks ago there was discovered to the East of Frescoe in the Siereas tne big gest tree iu time world At the time itwas said that it measured 150 feet in circumference John Muir the great naturalist has just visited the tree and reports that it measures at the base only 109 feet and at four feet above the ground it was only 97 feet in circuuiferenc It is however larger than either General Sherman and General Grant It which heretofore were the recognized monarchs of the forest the visible effects of lightning IOf upon the human body little more can be said than that some andIlocalized smallablood vessels of the skin These because of the branchings of net work have led to the fanciful idea 6f photogiaphs of trees The effec- of lightning is to cause a temporary theheart beat which if allowed to continue will deepen into death but when treated in time and in the proper way will generally pass awayThe Kentucky Colonelwhich was recently launched at Mt Ver SIGNALdfor years Notwithstanding the fact that it takes experience to run a paper the same as other business people will rush in and start the in the face of certain defeat It takes grit and money to run a pa per and Jots of both Mr Al bright is making extensive iin- provements in his plant and will issa mighty clever boy and is giving his people mighty good service His effortsshould ba appreciated Lancaster Record Indiana man at the Treasury IIAn who was being taunt the nickname of his state IIoosier gave this explanation of itcVhen the young men on the Indiana side of the Ohio Ric e went to Louisville the Kentucky men boasted over I them calling them anew purchase greenies and beta supe rior race half horse half alligatfcr and tipped off with snapping turtle thedet streets of Louis villeJ OH one occasion a stout bully from Indiana was victor in a fist fight and having heard Colonel Lehmanowsky lecture on The Wars of Europe whoalways gave llartialprowess to the Ger man hussars in a fight with the Russian Cossacks pronounced hus sars hoosiers the Indianian whet the Kentuckian cried Enoug jumped up and said I am a boos ier And hence the Indirfniaus were called by that name This was its true origin I was in the state when it occurred LjOtherI tsyMyconsumption for many years At last she was given up to die Then fs she tried Ayers Cherry Pectoral 4lr v WryourjCherrybest thing you can take i Its too risky to watt mjcret a oI I Cherry Federal at once t TfjrcrElzc321c SCc5L drajsfcls H rr1lConanlt your doctor If ho sayatako it thou do as Io says It ho tells ymi iwf ktunuII J CO JI ey rr raw +wy 1 i 4 a i e WS ITEMS Nearly tvveity timea rnircotton- ihas 1eNirKe4d in Georgia this yea r so I r Unji ia Ui5r cMrrc5posid l trltgGail jr 4ci rt is caiiry policeH1rarll1i man at ILtwu viriey ifwf whojired into a tiGrlt i irt striker wounding a wonii w 3 badly beaten by a mob mind left for deadIAided titra n ciaily bY John DJ Rcckefeller whose grandsoh died of siiuitnsr coai plaint two stuj dents in the E 1st rave discovered the germs of that disease The Chespeake and Ohio Railway Companyis devising plan for a roll for tltuitthan six men each were shot to death by aposseand Wrights son capt edIUhpUUuudU IThc only kind of consump tion to fear is neglected consumption People are learning that consumption is a curable disease consumptiontthat is so often incurable ofeconsumption get a bottle of Scotts Emulsion and begin regular dosesIThe use of Scotts Emulsion a t once has in thousands of cases turned the balance in 1favor Qf health Neglected consumption does rtet exist where Scotts Emul sion is- Prompt useof Scotts Einul Cn checks tine disease while it neckedm I Sod tar free mnple SCOTT r IIOWME Chet 40ti Pecrl Street New York 1r 711iI tS lor yi IVE31 OJST and after date and until further notice we will pay the following prices for Hickory Spokes Second Growth Butts and Singletree Billets delivered on any of our yards between Crab Orchard and Livingston and between Liv ingston and Brush Creek SPOKES longr12 O per rf6 on heart j deep 28 in long C grade 500 per M rj on heart 17f deep 28 in long C grade 500 per 11 I4 on heart lM deep 28 in long D grade 500 per M 2 on heart 274 deep 30 in long A B grade 2300 per M 2 on heart 23 t deep 30 in long C and D grade 9 oo per M 2 6on heart z 1 deep 30 in long AB grade 3000 per M 2f 011 heart 23z deep3o in long C and D grade 1200 per M ip i r All AB spokes must be made from good HEAVY SOCOND GROWTH timber andall spokes mutt be made from good live hickory free from knots birdpecks wind shakes and all other defects Wr will accept spokes made from eith er scaly or shellbark hickory but we will not take spokes made from oig nut hickory I SINGLETREE BJ LLETS t 2fe en leap iJ deep 46 hi long t2fBV Mt01 2 I4 on heart 3 J deep 38111 long 2300 PerM zjt on heart 3 deep 36 in 2600 lOl1gjf Singletree billets must be from good live forest timber free from all defects and they must bet Dlspokesrr f WEare also in vile Market for HICKORY HIM STRIPSZ Prices for which will be furnished on application For any further information call on or address if1E ROGER NELL CO I nANo Ky OR L L JAKRETT Insptr Bedhead Kv The Kentucky State Fair isuow-s but two weeks off and with its sue tess rests the pcrmanenc of a fair ll Itt tuck similar to the noble staterexhibitions in Oiiio Illinois Inelaua Missouri etc If the outI can be taken as an uryJ the first annual exhibition will sur pass the fondest hopes of the promoters Letters have been received from nearly all of the public men of Kentucky and many of those who are anxious to become public men assuring the association that they wili be here on September 22 approIGov Beckham is to attend and President Roosevelt is hoped for atulth opening exercises will be keeping with the importance of the occasion imImencc attacerllIstock exhibits win yield to no State fair in point of excellence herIKentucky will hav the pick of all are pe rttt rate The fair will last onty six days beginning on Monday September 22 and dosing on Saturday S ptI hailer 27 Numerous side attrac ttoiii have been arranged for to please those who attend Webers Military baud of Cincinnati will play concerts every day stud even ing thrilling locomotive collision is on for Monday an automobile race with a big field is on for Wednesday Thursday is Tjoutsville day Friday will see a spectacular pigeon race and Saturday is Ev erybodvs day- GRAHAM VREELAND j T 21 YEARS A DYSPEPTIC 3 R H Foster 318 S2nd St7 SP1tl kl City writes I nave bees bothered with dyspepsia or indigestion for 21 years tried many doctors without relief recently I got a bottle of Herbine One bottle cured ate I am now tapering offon icne scolid I have recom mended it to my friends it i curing them too soc at all drug gists intelligence of a Chicago IThe dog resulted in the arrest of Edward Callahan The boy is accueed of having stolen a newspaper cart from William Cul deliversI newspapers on the West Side and the dog pulls the cart and leadsthe blind vender to his customers When the cart was stolen the r blind boy and the dog started to deliver the papers without it Af ter they had traveled several blocks the dog dashed into the street be side young Callahan who was dragging the lost cart and barked vio leltly Detective Voss and Long were neat at hand and arrested the boyaThe prisoner said the cart had been stolen by his brother CROUP Usunlly begiuswith the symp isIs t is e and impeded respiration Give frequon small doses of Bailards Horehound Syrup the child will cry for it and a he first sign of a a frequentlyIto oat 300 at u gists v i Thirty persons were killed and IrbyI4 Generalion Ago Coffee could only be bought in bulk The 20th Century way is the LiJCOBB Iwaysealed packages al ways correct in weight clean fresh uniform and retaining its rich flavor CAUSE For that- Millionaire Feeling wear garment mad 1oorder Av87tISf r BrosLy Ii iAmrericaa hmg Tailors ChicagoId Good clothes contribute much to happi ness You gain the point in Strauss Bros t Vlade scientificallyncxoLCt mecLsarc by highly skilled L J tailors iu clean sanitary shops Every detail irom first to last given the minutest attention the k a oltlillaryl r r EFFECT I Ia r TN- Thr HA t DA fJi 11i The Place to btinFresh tc ID r- A15O 1 rgSfn JPai6Wf llediciEes of all Kijods c Peri ti tnery Siauonery11i f Articles c CfGARS AND TOPACCC V f tiers mind Oils PRESCRPTOWS eirefuily Corner aietl at all u n is 11 l rIt1 l c Mt Vernon Signal VFJI NON Ky SEPT 12 19021 ECult up No 79 whenyotf otto Comrnunt- catl with 1QNAL u 79 Sr 0 G n= fl LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RR Co TIME TABLE 24 north 10 55 a 26 north 104 a ll 23 south 200 p m 25 South 139 a m Txs LANDRUir Agent Phone No 58 V Easerooat the Mt Vsrnwj Kj Puitoffcc us see con elass moil matter PERSONALSrto J H Sigman of Conwawas here yester ayeDr John M Williams spent few days at Tathum Springs Little Miss largariteFish has in been very ill for several days J E Houk was in Louisville 1buying goods the first of the week Henry rmlh s returned from a six weeks stain Jackson F county wi1i5sis visling her sister Mrs James RickelsVMrs H L Tate is visitin her mother Mrs Wallen at Gum SulphurLMiss Mat Williams weut to Mid sirs R ter Mrs Jones Mrs Mahala Carson who has be been visiting her sister Mrs Dick of Cummins went to Qnail yesterday to visit relatives Jones Fish E B Cox and Jonas McKenzie were in the city tai Sloca week buying new goodskno Pv B Muliius left Tuesday for a severalweeks trip through East M eras Kentucky and Tennessee Mrs Ella Baker accompanied Vv her little daughter Mattie went He to Louisville SJfall1incMr George Crrter oC Lebanon Junction L N brakeman was the nightoSimeon L Cummins son of Squire Cvumm5n has located inM where he has secureda andFoodCompany Miss Mamie Furgusou returned t to Louisville Tuesjdaj where she bas a position as teacher in the In stitute for the blind She took with her Miss Ellen Tliomason and pISJMesdutes C C Williams an jrVized Topeka Kans in response to a telegram stating baCi Miss Clara 3rd Whitehead was very ill 4th Rev McGarity of London and pastor of the Baptist church at this place passed through on Mondays train en route to Texas with ae view of damands a change of climate Miss Hallie Sideuer of Ladoga Ind has charge 91 the Interme ate department in the school th year Miss Sideuer comes highly recommended as a teacher and v one well suited for the position Sth LOCALS a o t Cos Bros are in their new sto and ready foe business J Fish is drillinga well at ii place on Newcomb avenue The protracted meeting closed at the Christian Church with additions Dr Hunt will preach at the Presbyterian church Sunday m or ing and evening uldtngood shoptThe BuSalo Baptist Association will meet at Blue Springs on Fri Sa3T before the 3rd Saturday in tctber v 12Jadministrator of the estate of JL Anglin d c4seJj wIth U SGI3th Bakcras suiet s LC JBSF RTANTIDOld iron 25 j per hundred farVit delivered at HOUK ADAMS lg Lrick on Main street Mt Vernon Ky Marriage license were issued this week to J W Renner and 1I U111Thoma Those who have not settled their myIsame H L TATE S R CIThe L Nwill sell tickets t6 Louisville September 22 good reI turning until September 27 437 round trip account of atI State Fair IThe L N will selh tickets to r Cicinuati September 14 and 15 limited until September 27 454 round trip account of tL Fall Festival Beasley Co Stanford is theI place to buy your nice furuitur- carpets rugs etc in fact you find thing kept in a firstclass g3aBeasley Co Stanford carry addition to a firstclass line of furniture coffins caskets and robes which can alvvas be furnished on short notice aug 293tI Mo wilndayeniquity cases 23 common Lai 13 criminal prosecutions 67 misdemeanors Methodist Conference at ILondon Rev ongThe Rev Stinnett goes to West l 0 Morgan couutylIn printing the circulars for J Martin advertising his land for sale we failed to put in one 22 U acre patch of corn which will also sold at the same time The date the sale is Sept i8th priucipinwho is to be the music teacher arrived last Friday and are now 25 ted in Hugh Millers property wn as the G Carter house leiThroughsable free of charge to subscribers hheadintends to get all points on the in Rockcastle under the ruling before the roses bloom again Our people have learned benefit of the phone and the extreme low rates charged in this county as compared with other lo calities is a big inducement Mr is now figuring on getting line into Conway Hiatt postoffice other points TEACHERS ASSOCIATION o Teachers Association of Magisterial District No 3 will meet Livingston on the 1st Saturday inst October 411 with the following shoedWelcome address by Pro W R Dickerson Response by J L Ras Best methods of teaching primary reading by Misses Ma Brown Sallie Dickerson and Georgic McFerron 5thIIow much arithmetic shoo be given to a child the firstg year D G Bullock Misses to Lillie Butner and Lula Dyer Dickear poisNOON JoasCraig Honesty of methods of teach I bug Misses Mattie 1fcFelTollfc Mattie Dyer Iola Hansel S E reChandler and N H Oliver 9thcCCould a teacher vvho secur teaIsell sir morality To bedis cussed by Misses Sarah Wallen he Bertiua Mullins Prof Dicker zIJ L Rash R W Strong and Wm Rowe ChanU ljetl ler Subject The pupil m nth Debate The Subject R P Hi0niayIy rtAfrI Jl InNegWm Row th Industrial education hL 1 ofBerea llusie Adjournment i t t crsJ argeant Sam Smith is attending the r union at Crab Orchard orI1 plants for sale Also aV few tho oi ghbred chickens ofsix vari DAVISI i Thomas Haitford was iveiseigli liitoChristIdieted with him at the same dim a was given a life sentence last Jan uary toAgiant bull frog with two heads an five legs He sold it to Mr Ball of srpentis itasighteo r aftisale a farm of 127 acres tying on eie0 miles north of Level Green Good house and outbuildings Orchard and wellwatered Terms e- asytv o n icyitf Anew bank witha capital 15000 has been organized at Crab Orchard by M D of Junction City J H RausdelII president W E president and a board of directors l direct the affairs of tire institu Rivyoung man t county was elected cashier Bakers New Patent is the name placesis hie found on every sack of this big Hour s within itself suffi qualityThet hustling and up todate merchant G Baker who will always have on hands a full supply oft itr ittilKYlBeWriteyears President of the famous tuckyVniversinducements for young men pursue its BUSINESS SIIORT ND TYPEWHITING or TELE CoIltgehsituations for its students See adverlisment Address only W R SMITH Lexington Ky uLEUEL GREEN 11VelIwill revive the grass and helpt poor old cow the poor mans dear = quadrupedsTheaffectionate while the boss is the most noble and aristocratic Yo just dress up a fine fat boss with new saddle and bridle and tlI aateye will glisten and his step becomes more elastic Dressing the horse affects him hke dyess pura horse cow fT1 ALMOST co possessedhthat will live in eternity fsenough to afford room for them eternal home without interfering farIdi our e r in eat enough and merciful enou so order it if He sees fit too do Now sir I know that myoId ssum dog possesses a higher d of intelligence in his linethan of geann He will not lie cheat nor steaL iu saw him chastise my other dog barking up the wrong tree and when I take my rifle he trees squirrels and if my shot gun he win hunt rabbits At night its esalways a possum or a soon Why he can do almost anything but use articulate sounds He thinks reasons he meditates Now must all this be lost in death We think not Irl He can intelligent make known his wants tell us if hungry if pleas if angry if barking up a tree I a hole on a trail and whether P Heea 1 on near 1 the same language in order to express all these different ideas lointe we can convince the world that g doghavelsouls rsBetsy seziarea fool and that evefbpdy ivlll find tout and then A they would not respect her fur livin with irr lilCK VAKKUiN j J f t o Thihand boys went to Crab Orchard last night to furnish mu ivhbOre tOmoriORyT11GS1UMy iaAFriday Miss Clara ina 1eC sickSunday Jasper Durham has light attack je3iI VjnVernonl g Mrs J KSingleton left Monday visit her sister at Somerset dIts Wilmoth Poynter returned home Sunday from Oswego Tenn Mrs Fred Fishback will leave iv hur olrville GeorgiaMcFenoll ernoon CR Groscheider returned his o home at New Albany Ind ItRaymond Beatley nd Miss Mae ofarJenkins has returned from IIIarry Lexington relatives at Graf tons Drummers Din widdie and Far thePjverMiss Annie Dishou of Stanford is visiting her aunt Mrs Geo Pope at the Eight Gables childrenfed from Lebanon Junction Mrs Ella Magee returned home from a visit with Mrs Bessie Browning at Parkers creek Mrs W F Tubbs andchildren returned home Tuesday after a vis with relatives in Knox county yforrt Fisher and friends in Indiana comp1etedhisI Services were lield at the Christ ian church Sunday conducted by the pastor Rev J iio B Dickson of London Mrs Willis Allen and Miss Pearl Mullins of IIuliillsStatioll were the guests Saturday of Mr and Mrs J E Singleton Mark Suttles who on the 30 of shot himself in the stom ghe= day night anddgone on a pleasure trip on the throughaenMiss Lida Cook has just return ed home after an extended visit to tOQkiin oftSother cities along the Atlantic coast Bill Eluliins the t andofthe most of them and some of the r biggest pistols he ever saw at the rbourville fair also one of the canayou w Ed why dont you say something your paper that will make Bill fewaothers improve their sidewalks Also Judge Lewis if these three would improve their sidewalks eesidewalks through the entire length our city W R and W B Diiliou were Mt Vernon Monday John Brown the big lawyer of Mt Vernon was in our city Monday and Tuesday Tom Stewart was here F also Monday R G Ward wife and two children were visiting Mrs John Magee this week Miss Willier Tubbs returned home Tuesday after a two weeks vest to her crnndtna in Kuox county vIMF A 1i ij g1ft PRtl RAPiiV fM WlJe o JifiW1 1j9 liLBUI R sijiY Hs 1 HtlCTO Yi it cltcuz c 2Is l z2aFc iL Sim L flClEBE OF KY UmVEflSlTV r lt1 Mii31- 12efa Worl o ldlta t ansans cf 1tjai lb Ty eWriting1 T a rJ t ez JfJKencc UnfoJ1llty Di lomn nnJerBZt aaard LitOanfr PCeidre- dtrdCraeeeswNQ fItarnternoAQ aini lu c per t bare rricitta ssav4 c revs Lt i ir fL Lp xh1i vW r t V BRAISED FROM THE DEAD thehitoInd suffer with nearalgia deed I die T got a bottle of i3allarcl now Liniment and I was raised getysome more t de posed of niy bottle I was cured rely I am tellin ne truth 25C Soc and IOU at all Druggists A hiiddlsboroVdispatch says While digging with a pick prepar atory to building the foundation of a house James Smith unearthed a body in a perfect state of petrifica flop Smith made inquiry among d residents of Campbell couut4y wasItc ivas that of John Beverly who died nearly too years ago It is not known positively tnat the body is what remains of Beverly but the place where it was i bursbuggone by and it k reasonable to I suppose that it is the remains of John Beverly the ancestor of the Beverly was a Revolution y war hero having won distinc lion in the battle of Kings mountain H vcr NO Stock Complete l F ROCKCAS LE CIRCUIT COURT D C POYNTER AdmrhPYff vs ft Notice f I3aeft Notiee is lit h y given that Iwill on September i2th 1902 hold sittings in my office in Mtvernon Ky to hear proof erf claims against the estate of David Adams holdingdeceased y s against said dececjent must present their claims on that day properly proven B J BETHURUM taster Com R C C rSome Reasons I J nWhy Should Insist on Having I f j Reiulcriliavd leather soft preparedft ii A heavy bodied oil ty HARM ESS Vf preservativei fever burns the leather its Sciency is increased li best service tches1 kept from breaking 3 alla byiJ irefiei j on t R1u shuS ogam s t is Jer r- tiLIkrSe fhan Ever A I ev v eavy Pairs Mens and Ladies Shoes 7i1i You Sell at duced Prices Note the Reductions S tJerr n 5NG l DONT osit ReO Fail to Come While these Shoe Bargains are offered Trouble to Show Goods and give prices and you can not afford to miss this SHOE B AKGALNTSlle r Your trade is Solicited C Hv FRITH4 Brodhead Ky GO TO JONAS Nft KENzl E MT VERNOJ KYvv for Everything in IH- Drj GootlSj Olo thing Boots and Shoes oust General X Merchandise BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES Phone No 83 WilLIS GRiFFIN x Practical Undertlcer and FUNERAL DIRECTOR 1 Mt Vernon Ky FINE HEARSE Attached Can furnish Metalic Caskets and have mbahnirsg done on short notice Come gird seeme anything I have not got can get for you on first train that leave the cityVORDERS by wire Promptly Filled Phoue No 63 r THE B NK OF jftT VERNON JViT ERiMOM KY iOPINED 1900 CAPITAL 3iOLtM 15 OOQ C C WILLIAMS Pius JAS T ADAMS VicEPiiES- WfL RICHARDS CASHIER A B FURNISH Assr CASH DIRECTORS Jonas McKeuzie Geo Livesay A TvFisfc Krueger Rod Perry Vincent Boreing J E Houk v attesVtiotiOur friends and patrons are invi led tocall when in town Phone No 55 H v k It j t c IF1TIL111td t 1 1- t nit h I dvLtL ft I r a T THESE BARGAINS PRE I HERE AWAY TO ORROVIJ BECAUSESome lucky per sons with a keen judgment have taken them up These are Sept Bargains and must go at very small margin pr 1itIBUT We Lo ely patterns in dress goods with the prices chopped half in twoJUSTOne visit to our Store and the knowledge of these money savingvalues will bring you back again nr 7 ftrbockles Coffee 11 cts fRIll and Biggest StockI of all the low = q teI Frith f RL COLLIER Propr r i Located at the DepoWCQ J BRODHEAD KY GOOD LIVERY ATTACHED f Meet all Trains Day and Night Traveling Men and Railroad fjr men Solicited Wili furnish Lunches for all trains r JIke8Tr Hotel 1jSEH COFFEY PJIOPR V Sfc t nford Ky Specially equipped for traveling men Sample room on first floor Bath rooms free to guests RATS 200 per day i =7 M Francisco MONUMENTAL WORKS 7 B rod head Ky CifanUe and Marble Monuments and Tombstones 8 ALL TORK FIRSTCLASS t SATISFACTION GIVEN l rY L La MYERS Dentist Mr VERNON i Ky Fl Its rCLQss WORK iitiiKr ftger new brick PIIONK No 73 New i4 ist Train TO COLORADO U J6 H AND HE f PACIFIC coASi- T sYan May igth The new train will leave St Louis g oo am daily the evening train to same points 10 ip p m daily Through sleeping car service between St Louis San Francisco and Northwestern points Only line that does a twice daily Excursion tickets now on sale For further information address R T G- Louisville Matthews T P K Ky 1H CTOWNSENDi Gen I Passr and TktAgt StwLouis iVJ7 Io j tape and Fancy Qroeeriep Have found lodging on our shelves On our counters and cur floor Under our counter in our barrels j Known to exist by our many buyers AND all who cone will get the benefit of reduced prices All are not aware of these bargeinst I Dont buy offhand learn our prices And you win find by so learning t jj My OW Kentucky Home Store Sold you the cheapest and best I i bargains I Shingles Two grades Si 50 SI 90 A THOUSAND EST EST is prices tH MT VERNON DIRECTORY i OURT CALENDAR day C thQRLY COURT Fiist onIday i nary April July October t CIRCUIT COURT Second Mon day in February Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in September VERNON POLICE COURT Iihird Monday in each month CHURCHES Services at the Christian Churcti Preach ing 1st 3r Sundays at 11 a m and atI 730 pm Sunday School 930 a m every Sunday i Pra er1fcetingEerylhursday 730 pm IThCPUhhC arc DAVID cqrdially jiivited to attcndi Past9rI Presbyterian Holds services on the 4th Sunday morning and evening Methodist will hold services at the pres byterian church on the 2nd Sunday morning and evening 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 MASOMIC Ashland Lodge No 610 meets 4th Mon day 10 A m jRSrilT VERNON R A CHAPTER No HO MEETS every FOURTH MONDAY at 2 p in MACCABEES K OT AI TENT No 21 meets every 1st and 3rd Monday at 730 pm JAS E IIOUK Com TJP1NGJ4 PROFESSIONAL t C C W7illiams r ATTORNEYATLAWMT L OFFICE On 2rd floor of The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church street Special attention given1 to collections Phone No So = =7 = Miller PROPRIETORt HUGH MILLER S Headquarter for Commercial Men t Porter at all trains insurance of all kinds r lgnal1office JC McCLARY Undertaker Eci balmer Complete ls1Robes Orders by Telephone attend cd prqmj tly St aiafv rd Ky J julY 8 tf f IDv 1D P iifa iri he i3 too uiuh dfa gentieuinn Ito own up p wgl I Bred in Old Kentucky Where the Bluegrass is greenest theIWhere cleanest our Groceries are And our Bargains are the supremest In Old Kentucky 1glg + Shirts arid Shoes the finest Laces and Embroideries the nicest Our suits of clothes the tidiest Our Low Prices the sublimest In Old Kentucky I I rp ECHOES FROM LABOR CIRCLES Our facetous and at times sar the Trusts are for the public the makers of the cam paign text to dem onstrate how the h going to smash them But bless the Posts innocent soul the has nc idea ofsmashing them They are- in the main for the ad existence and the creature will not be so unnatural as to destroy its creator And of the facts in the case no one is bettei nor more fully informed than the Post full dinnerpail iscredit ed with having a good deal to do with success in 1900 The meatless may prove a factor in 1902 splendor in this years campaign will have an in teresting time of it explaining the brand of prosperity the country is now enjoying with its tremendous increase in the tort of living and the paltry advances in wages All accounts that come to us from the scenes of the coal strike assert that danger of lawlessness is to be only from the ignorant illitterate and vicious for eigners Who is for the presence of that dangerous ele went tariff We thought he wold Doubtless the bluff had the desired effect and the Trusts are now tumbling over each other to subscribe to Joes campaign fund The Badger game still livesand flourishes workman who thinks he has had his share of the unusual prosperity will probably vote for Republican this fall IA few others may fail to see it in that light K eights of Labor Labor Journal THIS Dollars Reward any that cannot be cured byHalls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Props Toledo O We the known F J Cheney for the hint 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business trans actions and financially able to euiry out any obligations made by their firm WEST TRYOX Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 WALDING KIN vANMAttVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Price 75c per bot tle Sold by all Druggists Testimonials free Halia Famiy Pills are the best President Roosevelt attended a tmtioi al meeting of th Brother IioQd4 t Firemen at Chatan oga rid yas electetj sin tno rary meiu ber of that i 100 REWARDI- s the usual sum offered for A HUMAN BODY Who may be IFOUND IN MT VERNON fortunate enough to obtain our bargains before he is THE VICTIM Of high prices and low values SUPPOSED TO HAVE BEEN Cheap but deer at any price So come and find that we have High prices that our stock is complete as you will find after being shown through our big stock BY FRIENDS Who are ever ready to show goods An 1r1tV n ices HOUK ADAMS Big Brick Main St Phone 75 Tash1ngI Republican bookproceeded administration administration responsible ministrations iThe Republican dinnerpail Republican apprehended responsible hisrprofessions IEvery Congressmen IIHOWlS undersijjncdihaTC organiziticu iuiiI MURDERED throughout There are two ways of bringing up boys The one alwas keeks a gulf between father and son The parent forgets that there was a time when he too was carefree when laughter came at command and the days were not long enough to contain all the pleasure that offered He forgets that ORDER hurt and that kindly counsel is bet ter than harshness He forget that a boys world is not a mans world and so a man and a boy drift fatrher apart They are almost strangers They dont understand each other and doub and distrust help to harden the life of a boy who often wonder why father isnt as good to him as mother ttIt is the mans fault There is not one boy in a hundred Who can not be won by kindness You spend weeks learning the methods and feelings of a 200 colt and are too busy to look into the heart of a boy who is worth more than all the horse flesh in the world Then there is the John W Gate kind of a nYan the chum of a boy He goes swimming with the lad They hunt together You car find them at the mistrel show ir front seats and laughing together The old man gets out inth road and plays catch till his bone protest because it pleases his chum They take long rides and walks to gether and the boy finds new inter est in life and loves his father deeply Does it pay DEVOURED BY WORMS Children often cry not from pain but from hunger althoug fed abundantly The entire trouble rises from inattention their food is not assimilated but devoured by Worms A few doses of Whites Cream Vermifuge will cause then to cease crying and begin to thrive it once very much to the surprise and joy of the mother 250 at all druggists Those people who are looking for perfection in this world should avoid mirrors FORTUNE FAVORS A TEXAN Having distressing pains ii head back and ttomach and being without appetite I began to use Dr Kings NeAl Life Pills writes W P Whitehead of Ken nedale TexHand soon felt like a new man Infallible in stomach and liver troubles I Only cat all druggists Somebody has thrown up to Colonel Watersdn that a Democratic NTatipnal Convention once nomina ted Mr Cleveland because of the juemieshe had the good taste to nake Ohyes but that was the irst time An exchange dn ubtsif Jeffries the pugilist could have drawn lar jer crowds in New England than President iotj ir 4ia traps he advanU e u jdmes1 favor would be iu the fact that he doesnt nake speeches I FlourPARKSVILLE flour makes the nicest pies When made in light bread never fails to rise It is the Daisy Patent Magno Hat and Dewey Upon which thehousewife always relies And the husband the bfcrt always buys DAISY PATENT 455 Per MAGNOLIA 435 DEWEY 4 15 bbl ftrlmckles core llcts t U ShesI IE have the largest and most and most complete stock ofi SHOES and BOOTS ever brought to Rockcastle county at prices ft lower than were ever heard of You have only to call and examine- mr I stock and get prices to convince you of these facts OrE sell FLOUR MEAL SHIP 1 STUFF and all kinds of pro duce lower than anybody EllgS A 13c1 OhiO River Salt PER BHRREL 150 r IGH Grade not Shoddy IGH Quality good Values IGH Quality low 1 PricesI W lTtttl intl M1 i t 5fRSOJS t 0 ti M 7 ld- 9 A You hCuti taro- a CQursc at one or ls 7 r kOCoea r es V ser i i lvi Va Birmingham Ala tansies rxs a fatt ryTtua JacksonviHe Fia VYIuiJw Jt rf i r t s acvthe Great Commercial Schools of the Souths it 4 avf OV T 12000 former pupil in successful luistncas V i t z 4 32ttl ilcUlrU t hacked by a special deposit ol it io iNv jr f oirpnJKts in positions paying not less then t r 5i rtutJicttrlr upon graduation i t1 t sdcntsj railroad fare to otr nearest College ff JI hiIpon graduation every cent of tuition putt to us if the t- t h Lett thoroughly1 satisfied Isip ts E1C 4nt Oatalojtao and S1Jecial Discounfs i + r i N4 1 o i V Profit Sharing The Cinolnnarts EnQuirersaett + Lri 97OOO To be distributed to such of its readers who care to engage in an intel lectual and profitable study A contest that will familiarize them with the population voting power and government of the State of Ohio The Problem isy What will be the Total Vote in Ohio for Secretary of State at the general State election to be held on Tuesday November 4 1902 12000 will be presented to one making the nearest correct estimate 12000 additional if an exact correct estimate is made making a total of 24000 for a correct estimate An additional sum of 10000 will be given by the Daily Enquirer for an exact correct estimate if received on or before July 31 1902 provided such estimate is made by a monthly subscriber to the Daily Enquirer at time of makingsuch estimate There are 4187 cash prizes in all several of which equal a lifetime competence 100 for a years subscription to the Weekly Enquirer entitles subscriber to one estimate 150 for amonthly subscription to Daily Enquirer entitles subscriber I to one estimate 50 cents without any subscription privilege entitles subscribers to additional estimates at rate of soc for each estimate Do not make any estimate until you thoroughly understand this ProfitSharing Plan of the Cincinnati Enquirer All estimates must be made on blanks prepared for the purpose and in conformity with rules and regulations made and provided Send for circulars blanks etc to ENQUIRER PROFITSHARING BUREAU Box 716 Cincinnati 0 j rc1 z t w tr rsa q f rt 1o t1 CICIWS I1 j iJ Jr atiit cia i tl11 rlttregular action cannot be secured until the liver tt r ts5 c jtcu i Ivt1 tale thin iattilicsatt1tt ihcfr natural functions S ff Urnat 3 If iia ifincr caused by cathartics Wjl compels rt p 1c L1non the i eactsform Chills of Inter of the FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE fstorel1 I ri