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F i1 FVA- p i A dltIt rlWn I n VOLUME XVI MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY QufOBER 17 1902 NUMBER 3 TELL MY FRIENDS TO BE BRAVE All U FEARLESS AND LOYAL TO THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE FateI GUARANTEED NOT to RIP h ANY SEAM I THE I IN LEVEL GREEN The gound is tboroughly wet and wheat sowing which is a short job will soon be completed Alex Allen acd wife of Crooked creek hat e been spending a few days with us Nathaniel Sewell of the Sue Bennett Institute spent an evening and night in our Holler last week in the interest of his school at London which is one of te best in Kentucky Mr Sewell is an accomplished teacher a fine scholar editor politician Camp Tsellite and splendid talker We are ef always glad to have such visitors James Houkof the firm of Houk Adams vas here on busi ness a few days since and while here hs informed me that this was the first time in lire that he had ever been permitted to gaze upon the wonders and beauties of Possum Holler Surety surely Jim has lost many of the pleasures of life Rev D R Gentry has sold his farm and will migrate to Jessa mine county about January ist Drs Price and Scutha rd per formed a very difficult operation on the daughter cf Mr Evans a few days since The patient is getting on wellUncle E Eullccli our Octoge narian is suffering a great deal fiom cancer in the neck Uncle Lich is the only survivor of the five Bollock brothers so noted for their long lives and strange to say the four deceased died witkin a very short time of each other Until very recently unclehE has tended his gristmill on Skaggs creek and done other work but the time will come when the stout est must lay the Blade and Hoe to Reif and retire from service It seems to have cleared up wet and warm and the grass is growing full tilt this morning We have a fine crop of bunch beans now in use produced from seed raised this year I have a crop of turnips doing a good busi ness where I raised an early crop of Caters and then a crop of tobacco I purchased from a seed man inI Illinois a lot of garden seeds and among them wits a small seed which came up in my cabbage patch It looked at first very much like sorghum plant but it soon bega and on last Wednesday I cut 70 stalks produced from that one seed and I found my horses to be very fond of it And now Ian firmly of the opinion that onehalf acre of rich land either sown thin or planted early would make dl the feed for winter use any coin toon farmer would need for two or three crops caabe harvested if early sownThis is no lie I take the weak trembles every timel look at my tomato vines and see bow fast the fruit is disaP sich has to pearII every year So antumn and der will come for all the living even man must drop his summer r garment and dots his winter api V 50 Pairs CELEBRATED Ox Breeches Strongest Made J BRED IN OLD KENTUCKY Worn fromMaine to California ANOTHER pair if they Rip in the Seams MOST Successful THE MOST THE STORE Rockcasttei I branching Trousers MOST yingtlell parel and finally take up his abode with the things tkat used to was One hundred years ago but few lived that now enjoy lifei one hundred years hence barely one in ten thousand of this innumerable host will be here Where were we before we go when we leave These questions are hard to answercant- be done satisfactorily Since writing the above we have been called to witness one of the saddest scenes of our life viz the funeral of Mrs Massey Doan nee Hedd who is thought to have blot on her oar untimely death by pistol shot in the head Her husband says he was about two hundred yards from their house gathering chestnuts when he heard the report of a gun at his house and hastening thither be found his wife lying on the bed unconscious and pistol shot in her forehead and a pistol lying near her BUCK VARNON A man bought a tract of land in a mountain region On it was a wild stream which rushed down in a fierce torrent through deep chasms and gorges carrying de struction to the valleys below The owner built a flume in the tor rent and now it flows quietly doYlY the slopes and turns great mills in the vuUey Thns the wild stream became a source of useful energy and its power no longer destructive became useful That is what we should do with a bad teniber tame it bring it under discipline and compel it to use its energy for good and not for evil The secret of such a change is in getting the mastery of ones self We have high authority for saying that he that ruleth his spirits is better than he that taketh a city GOES LIKE HOT CAKES The fastest selling article I have in my store writes druggist C T Smith of Davis Ky is Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds because it always cures In my six years of sales it has never failed I hav known it to save sufferers from Throat and Lung diseases who could get no help from doctors or any other remedy Mothers rely itnguarantee satis faction or refund price Trial bot ties free Regular sizes Soc and r The diplomatic corps at Port ail Prince proposed a cessation of prelhninaries OUT OF DEATHS JAWS TWheu death seemed very near iron a severe stomach and liver trouble that I had suffered with fo years writes P Muse Durham N C Dr Kings New Life Pills say ed my life and gave perfect health Best pills on earth and only 25C at all druggists drugstore I I U G BAKER ICRAB ORCHARD 0 J C McWhorter is visiting his mother in Clay connty vistting1friends A W Buchanan left here on the 9th going to New Mexico fo his bealtbJRipleyTennisFlat Lick Mrs Sam Higgins and sweellit tie babe of Somerset spent a fe days last week with Mrs Kittie KingMiss Nannie Watson of Stan ford is spending some tune with her grandparents Wm Watson and wifeIbut will return to Tennessee in promiseRev K D Noax and Thornton Pollard two old G A R men went to Washington to meet with the old soldiers returned on the nth Mrs M E Fish and daughter Miss Allie left on Sunday night last for Knoxville Tenn J to spend some time with her daughter Mrs J M Black thence to California to visit her son Guy Stuart Myers an old citizen of this place died at the Gover house lingeringWm Myers of Thorntown Idwho was with him in his last hours and one daughter Mrs A H Hi j sey of Kansas City Mo who never reached here till after her father was dead His remains was interred in the Crab Orchard cemetery on the 13th Sim Middleton Jr has gone to Frankton Ind where he got work in a glass factory He is the youngest son of S A Middleton arid seemed to realize that there was not much inducements ia the town ot Crab Orchard for young men who want to get a start in the world We wish him success in thereeare a w more our town yet profitablefieldfords DiedOu the morning of the 15th Mrs Jeff Holman She was taken sick about four weeks ago with what the doctors thought ma lariat fever She continued to grow worse till at last the physi cians pronounced it quick con sumption She had been married a little less than two years and leaves a little babe nine months old and a young husband sister brother and father to mourn her Joss which they all feel deeply but they sorrow not without hope for she had as Mary of old chosen beenra consistent member of the Baptist church from childhood always ready to give her service to any churchwork that came up May all those who mourn her death be ably to find ceimfort i n the though t X00 PAIRS Strongestand Best overallsIn On Sale at ONLY 50CTS A Pair PhoneI MoneyMore that they by following the example she left may meet her in the partingis 1CO WAY Iowitrh last Saturday for a large boundary of timber and a saw mill Mr Smith is a hustler and ourjGeorgewedj on the Sth to their fathers Elijah Owens who lures in Knox county to attend the funeral of their brother John fromIa fine boy at his houseW C Vires of Scaffold Cane was here Monday and reports that he has the Champion stalk of corn It has six ears of corn well rar tured tanging from 5 to 9 inches in length Colby Haggard is here from Clark county to sell the Hag gard farm on Scaffold CaneMrs Frank Blazer of Scaffold Cane left some days since to spend some weeks with relatives in Knox coun tyTire question has been asked ud several times if we knew How gettingr Weialonfg baby girl and three badly mashed toes- The citizens of Scaffold Cane have somewhat quieted down since the scrap over the school election My dear lieighbors it is better to have no election at all like we did than to get so wrought up ove such an uncomfortable officeMr Thessdas Dykes returned home las Friday Mrs Dykes stillremaining with her sonOscar Hayes who is attending school at Berea Prise through here early Saturday morn ing on his way to tbe bedside of his mother who is very sick a Wiidle =Some eogle cannot tell the trttlh even When it is to their own interest So it seems to be purcbasingCane notwithstanding he paid dollar to have the deed drawn but the trade seems to have been be tween Jooert alone =On the 6th John Owens son of Elijah Owens a late citizen of this part now O f Knox county was killed in a coal mine in W Va by falling tateI while explaining to the miners to use a machine that he was sell I ing for the purpose of mining coal His remain wfcfe brought to Knox county to his fathers Where funer al services were held on the t1 Allen McKiflzie is at Mfiilins Stat n at work for r4C Smith Died on the 3rd Miss Dora Vires of Scaffold Cane Funeral services s were held on the 4that her home j arid was interred iuthVir6a hem etczy neat by t MENS Suits 500 Suits for 300750 Suits for 5001000 Suits for 650 A Few Suits To Close At 25OiGroceries in t ONE GOOD ROAD ADVOCATE ALIVEVVo Where are all the good road ad vocates who preached good roads so much through the SIGNAL and from every available article suitable to sit on around Mt Vernon are they dead Did the election on the bond issue trill them all Then none of them were Democrats for being beaten at election never kills lheyhavewould think the road question for peopleRockcastte n of roads Even Buck Varnon o- Possum Holler j has laid down his think that the roads and Betsy are good enough for him In our neck of the woods there has not been much said about good roads yet we have read with much interest and listened eagerly at the 1practicemit We believe that we have th Jest roads in the county and rbelieve too that it is due the tin tiring energy and good judgment of our overseerers and the faithfulness of the men who did the work so cheerfully It is said in the SIGNAL that M J J McCall has done the best work on his section of road of any overseer in the county I wonder how many days Mr McCall worked on his road I am of the opinion that others has done as good work as he Mr Tones of this place has worked 22 days this year on his road He has graded it up in the middle and ditched it so well that Irmostt any overseer n the county beat this let dT and my self will step over and takea look l meet us there we will all try Mf Crawfords treatment provided brother Buck will bring a goodi suprly with him t We are heartily in favor of good anafavor of building one turn pik at least through the county and we think the one to build is from Boones Gap by the way of Mt Vernon to Level Green This would serve the double purpose ofJeducating the people on the tot timtvso useful and benefi a cial to all the people of tfie countyJ c Keep this before the people lik 1Ipeople practiced what he preached We wily now stop here atidsee if Mr Editor will insert this and e Children Suits AT 65c 7 ic100E r butTBARGAINS Boys SUIT NICE I275 TO S40O 1 and Furniture KINDSAt Store KENTUCKY takingCrawfords wit gooditI 125- NOTHING close by saying that our good overseer MR Jones would not be up ditorstone in Madison county only that he might let the people know that QERoJ H SIGMAK a HIATT Mr J1 Smith and wife return ed Monday from a visit to their daughter Mrs IY Cress at Preachersville rMrs Sarah Hiatt is spendinga 01 with relatives in this no cinity Mrs Walter Sargent will leave Saturday to join her husband In Cincinnati daughtersMisses church at Maretburg Sunday Charlie Cafflmins of Brud 1Mr was ss in this section Tuesday Francisco and others of cBrodhead were the guests of Mrs c Lauretta Hiatt Sunday Vernon spendingthis 1Messers M G Fish and Ed Smith Bingrat Saturday Mrs H C Jones and AlbertJRoberts attended court at Stanford Monday MMrs Mary Dowell and daughter Mrs Sarah Kenney ate spending f a few days with relatives and friends at Copper Creek r Mr Cornelius Towery and fam ily of Wildie were the guests df Allen Hiatt and family Sunday r seriodslpburned slowly Yes it is a boy and Oras Bowefs is the proud father Cats Menifee our hustling rtfe chsnibj is plying the haranCer and saN on z C Biatts irew tilling this Week O W FfiiH fees Hffovcrf foffcfe property recently vacated by Wal SargentAlex son is preparing to recentlyeW BEAUTIFUL COMPL XlO Svv Are spoiled by using any ki tbtYPreParetion that fills thPores oli he skin Tne best way to secure clear complexion free from sal= lowness pimples blotches etc is keep the liver io good order n occasional dose of Herbine will nse the bowels regulate the liver and 50 establish a clear complexion soc at all 6rugstorcsv fWest Kentucky Homeopath are = irinnaal session at Hopkip yin Y 11 si MtVenionoSigpatv 7 FRIDAY OCTOBER 17 1902 published every friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT 1 SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO 4dvertJing rates made known on application DEMOCRATIC TICKET o- tf u Pelt IOIvGRTSSl HON GEORGEG GILBERT Fi OF SHELBY H H HENN1NGER Of Wayne county is a candidate for St Treasurer subject to the action of Democratic party Wo are authorized to nunoun the ri lION T Z MORROW jia a candidate for Circuit Judge in this I T t Twentyeighth Judicial district sub r jct to any action of jbe Republican part z We are authorized to announce the SHARPtAsa candidate for fonamoriwcallhrs Att RepubJicantir ATTORNEY GENERAL KNOX Tuesday night spoke in Pittsburg 1IThe Commerce Clause of the Constitution and Trusts JJHe said that overcapitalization is chief noxious feature of trusts insisted that trusts should be sub ject to visilorial supervision Knox declared that Congress h not exhausted its power in enacting the Sherman act He stated that law which only covered contracts t and combinations in restraint of trade as defined by the common lat would exclude all hurtful com bnVations and conspiracies and that L iitf enforcing the law the rule of guidance should be whether the contract in question is or is nofnot reasonable j IN this issue appears the an DOuncementofRobt B Waddle of Somerset as a candidate for Commonwealths Attorpey of the 28th Judicial district Mr Waddle is a t lawyer of exceptional ability a fine young man and will no doubt be a strong man in the race THE announcement was made from the White House yesterday that tie anthracite miners strike is settled a common ground of agreement having been reached be tween the mine workers and oper ators SCRAPS 01B Y IET 1 The If a waterfall is r duced almost entirely by the burs- irg of millions Of air bubbles N o two on earth in all things can agree r All have some darliiig singularity She What happened when y o offered to kiss her tears away S HeShe cried worse than ever n L Aman named Spunk has just married a western girl named Spin t How they have twisted it up to surd Past tense spink present tense spunfe future tense spank h And what brought you to this 1asked the good man who was pass ing through the police station L De hurry up wagon replied t tough boy behind the bars J d it mildlyYouhoulLremember my dear that the most patient person that ever lived was a man i- gjfe iiptintlyOh dont I talk to njf aboujthe patience of that nian Job Just think of the 1 Paflepee poor Mrs Job must have l had to enable her to put up with 5 such a man g na consignment of Western range horses from Colorado rcceiv edat the stockyards Sioux City J Jowa there was a curiosity in shape of a sorrel gelding with theIlegs The horse is owned by Hey and John Wenzo of Pine C61 and they had raised him They refused 1000 for him K i Thelal1inm is six years old anji Jh iveighspoo pounds H My employ rta reli g io man said Mr Tan a regular pryetracted=tbeeting singer r Some times oh Sunday mornings a Beg called Uncle Jack would try to b- IV a pint of liquor apd the deal would sing with tune and fervor UI dont sell so rum on Sunday Glory hallelujah Turn the spigot and help yourself And put the money on the shelf Glory Hallelujah Give hint plenty of rope quoted the stranger and nell hang himself U Afdbbte he will returned l lhaliake but o here we dont take no chances If w give him the rope you bet le make a sUf thing job of th hang ing thingtewlithen its liver is out of order it is ti worst nuisance on record hearing lots of conversations you are not entitled to For instance we an Cuytag nes a sweet little fe male voice said Are you going answeredrethat we were going to receive all thee time Then she asked wh made us so hoarse We told h we had sit on a draft from the bankand it made the cold chi run over us tcTpay it Then she said she would have to discard her dreIa ccessJding who continued to make love toI fervorctthrough life paid her bills wi houtI mtirmering and refrained from criticising her faults any woman would be justified insitting do and tearing her hair because fa had doomed her to remain single Unfortunately however such is the case The ideal marriage is just as rare as the ideal anything else and if the old maid has missed the seventh heaven ofearthly hiss she may at least congratulate he self upon having also escaped pur gatory A compromise may not be brilliant but it is generally safe WILOIE o L T Stewart was in Cr Orchard first of the week loadin lumber Jas Parsons has moved back to the section houseMrs W M Hayes has been very sick the past weekW C Ogg was MondayFrank ea Sunday Oscar Hayes is home from Berea College on account his mother being sick Tom that WSundayBorn night1lrs frotm y y Dave Butner was out at top of LogueThompson our little village Mondaj Mrs James McGuire came up from dauguMrs Martin and granddaughter Zo SundayLbest field of corn in Rockcastle partiesbefurnish them a mule to haul it A P cuttingW ay returning Monday W L Dooley Sundayfromwas down from Floyd Saturday and dewider U Sunday the hteed W feIterthe tf On Jellies = preserves and pickles s a thin coating of PURE ii preedI J- I Will keep them absolutely moletur a andacid proof PureReflnedParaffinc Jsalso thahouseMold everywhere STANDARD OIL CO a SV LISLand Stock and Crop 0S D Hysinger sold E L Woodr- U of Paint Lick 13 yearling steers a 3 cents rlrtract of land near Brodhead fo 125Mr Rob Taylor who recentl sold his farm near Ievel Green has purchased the Mrs Liford house adjoining Mr Sol Riddle in the western part of town for 350 David Hysinger bought of J Taylor his farm known a5 the Spradliu placfor8oo J M Owen bought Saturday ot Geo Lewis 20 ii25lb steers at 4cts = Winchester Democrat Hulls of Center ville re 11Gently sold his 36 head of expor cattle for 3030 and is feeding 3 headParis Kentuckian Wednesg30 head of cattle average iceshh- e 1100 lbs at 4 Iz ctnts Cynthiana Democrat Herbert Heflin purchased fro Fielding Berr3man of near Ruck erville Bourbon county too acres of land for 50 per acre He is to take possession about Dec 25 Flemingdthis city 49 export steers for Nov tveiglaglatdeliverer sewllst 000000 pounds a year In addi tion to this enormous quantity of sscattle meat 39000000 pounds of bacon are imported from America 68000000 pounds of cheese 50 000000 bushels of wheat and over 100000000 bushels of barley ev ery twelve months 8ori 400 to a 6j cJ A Cohen shipped to Louisville Monday a car loado f hogs averaging over 200 pounds Wtvztoy Edwards and 7 from Henry Bun ton all at 6 cents Woodford Sun Paris Court About 250 cattle and 80 sheep on the market Gard ner Arnold sold 13 Iooolbcat X440rHedges 12 iooolb cattle at 425cJ R Tucker of Scott sold to C A Daugherty 21 yearlings at 3aper head Mr Gray yearling cattle from Mr Marsballt at 25 per head Paris Kentuckian BRODHEADgo Mrs Wni Adams and little son and Mr Archie Brown an wife went to Louisville Friday lax and remained a few daysThos Tharp of Campbellsville was vis SundayMrsrWilliamsburg for whileMrs m Potts is very sickat tbs Crafpecting the new railroad The newschoolhouse scare here is sub siding some The majority of the taxpayers want a good schoolhouse PossibleMrs ly CincinhsevenCpoxdnew n besbt on 5 Papa Dunn is in GarrardR P I extoLebaofgo TO THE REPUBLICANS OF TH 28TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT I hereby announce myself as a can didate for the once of Commonwealths Attorney subject to the action of th partyThis vnuld haveI been made at an earlier date fact that I gave way to Mr G Shadoan who desirel to beome a hhe that offices 1 now feel that it is no ppropriatc for me to carry out my original intentions I shall at a future day in person and by publication Republicans nominationIR B WADDLE- s m f1 T y Commissioners Sale sRockcastle Circuit Court HCabelt Bas e Co Plaintiffs vs W M Meadows etc Defendts Qrrer Septtiterm 1902 cases for the sum of 20172 with interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from the 1st day of 4016Acost to for sale at the front door of the Court house in Mt Vernon KyJ to the highest bidder at public auction on Monday the 27th day of October 1902 between the andt8six monthsthe following described property towit Onehalf interest ina lot located in Livin ston Rockcastle Co SambrooktAdditioAt and beginiug at a stake themS29 E 50 feet to a stake third thence S 61 W 200 to a stake thence 29 W 50 feet to a stake thirdcorner to lot NO4 thence with the line of lot NO4 N 61 K 200 feet to the beginning contaln ing 229 Iooo ofan acre and the same property deeded by W C Mullins to W M Meadows on the 3rd day of March 1902 For the purchase price of said land the purchaser must execute bond with approved surety bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid aura having the force and effect of a judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms R L McFERRON Special Commissioner One of the foulest murders ever committed in Lexington was that of A B Chiim by the boy tramps Claude OBrian and Earl Whitney who shot the old man to death because be refused to give up his money A student of the Chicago Directory says an exchange find that there are in the city 700 Adams and not a single Eve But of Cains there are 55 and Abels 8 The is well supplied with patri archsf 100 Abrahams 19 Isaacs nd 600 Jacobs And of Solomon are no There are 15 Darlings and but two men whose name is Kill and there is a total of 90 Loves but not a Lover although there is one Mormon The most abbreviated me is Re Some of Papatonly man in Chicago who according to the directory is a Fake is Fred L one of the Assistant States Attorneys It seems that after all the men in Chicago are divided in thebmen to New Testament inferences There are 25 Hopes 7 Faiths and one poor lonely Charity among the names There are 8 Pains andon one Well Mu Lungs An attack of la grippe left me with a bad cough My friends said I had consumption I then tried Ayers Cherry Pectoral and it cured me promptly IllEYou forgot to buy a bot tle of Ayers Cherry Pec firstecame on so you let it run along Even now with all yourl1ard coughing it willnot disappoint you sixtytyears to fall backon Three glees 25c SI All drarfsti = ItthenknowsLeaveJ C dYER CO Lowell Mass Dr R Goldstein I Physician and Practical Optician WILL BE AT THE Miller HotelWEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 12 i ONE DAY ONLY j HERE arc numerous conditions where glasses are required andIrive relief HEADACHES DIZZINESS DARTING T t in eye ball or temple smarting or burning sensation in or the eye your CHILDRENS EYES Difficult cases solici Iabout hours9a mto 4 p m MrUERHQTKL Mtr Vernon Ky it a C 2 i l a s N1 The BoacL You Have Alwt ysnoughtJand vkich has been iu use for over 30 rears has borne tlie signature of i si and has been Inaunder his per 4I sonal supervision since Its infancy AJlow no one to decel ve you in this Aft Counterfeits Imitations and Just ashood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger tlio health of Infants and Cnildren Experience against Kxpcriment Wrlat s CASTORIA t CJastoria 13 a Iiavrnlcss cubstitiite for Castor Oil Paregone Drops aullSoothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Fcvcrisliness It cures Diarrlicua and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the stood regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend CENU8NE CASTOR ALWAYS Bears the Signature of Tfe KM Yon Haie Always Boujli 4 In Use For Over SO Years THE 77 1 T Have your measure takenfor your new Fall garments It is the only proper and satisfactory way of buying your clothes Make your selection from the tailoring line of Strauss Bros Est 1877 Chicago IGood tailors for over a quarter century Youll find a world of pleasure in wearing the stylefitr than the ordinary run of clothes yet prices are astonishingly low and youre perfectly safe in ordering because if garments are not satisfactory you neednt take them We will be pleased to show you samples Call PhoneNo I ON COX BROS J I t d MemphisfirstFot oneway tickets Half the One=Way Rate plus 200 MissouriArkansasWrite townThetimeandIf you are seeking abetter plareto locate write for free copy of Z andThroagb2 O SCHAEFER Traveling Passenger Agent Cincinnati O E W la BE AUME General Pass and Jlcfcet Agt St Louis Mo j lt Vernon Signa1 MT VEUNOK Ky OCT li 1 92 fg Call up No 79 when you want to Cornminl cate with SIGNAL y 9 o LOUISVILLE 8 NASHVILLC R R CoJ TIME TABLE 2f north 1055 a 25 north 104 am 3south 200 p w 25 South 139 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent rPhona No 58 Entered att1le Mt Vernwd Cy Testoffice M stc anacUu mall Matte- rPERSONALS t rOMrs Fritz Krueger is quite il1 Judge Morrow was here yester day J E Houk went to Louisville Tuesday to buy goods Deputy Collector W T Shor- is attending court at London Mrs Martha Ferguson has left her farm and moved to town Mr W H Cox has been numbered among the sick for several days Mrs Chas Baugh of London is visiting her sister Mrs E S Albright it tS C Franklin will leave tonight for Columbus 0 to take a course inoptics JJ A Wood the hustling Orlan p merchant is in Knoxville buy ing new goods Jacob Sambrook Ed Woodall 3id J R Carter were here Wednesday attending court John Riddle of near Walnut QroVe has been very dangerously ill since Wednesday Mrs R A Welsh and children l Trent to Louisville Sunday to at enn the burial of John L Welsh Clarence Ferguson one of the youngest and best operators on the road is holding the Sinks night Weare to know that Mr ct SHiatt will become a citi en of Mt Vernon after the first of the year f Mrs T Fish mother of Jones l isle one of our best and most up odate merchants has been very sick forseveral days 4 Prof and Mrs A E Ewers and Pjqf C R Hunt went to Lexington Tuesday to attend the annual meeting of the SynoJtMrs Willis Adams spent this week in Barbourville making ar rang ments to take charge of the Anderson hotel at that placeiJ J Lawrence left Sunday for Grays Point Mo to accept a po sition as telegraph opererator Mrs Lawrence will join him in about a month I Mr J Henry Fish as soon as he gets his business all wound up will leave for an extended visit to friends and relativesat Paint Lick Berea and other points The Rev W B McGarity of London who has recently accepted a pastorate in Texas passed through Tuesday en route to h is new home He will be greatly missed by the people of London where he worked so earnestly and faithfully for the pastfive years o = LOCALS o-Beasley Co Stanford will furnishcoffins caskets and robes on short noti ce Sept193tWANTEDOld iron 25C per hundred for it delivered at HOUK ADAMS big brick on Main street Mt Vernon Ky Miss Fannie Sympson died yes terda at the home of her brpther V C Sympton at Pine Hill of Typhoid fever Beasley Co Stanford always on hand a full supply of the latest style furniture They can 1 o ase you in quality arid prices septi93t The per cent will soon be on j and all who do not pay their taxes before that time may expect to pay hIt rrHT L TATS S Rt C Vl L j r t c t o 1The public school building looks a new coat of paint IMt Vernon is soon to hea wedding so we understand Remember that Congressman Gil- Bert ill speak here 1Monday Oct 27l lil f Theta grading orr Brush Creek railroad will b done in three vweeksr J H Beard is puttiugup hi stave bucker on F Kruegers brick kiln lot mTarget shooting within town limits doeseiit look well or sound pleasant Considerable corn is molding in the shocks especially that which was cut early The Big Hill Coal Co are load ing two cars of coal per cia 3 by wagon at Brush Creek There is an abundance of chest nuts this season The late frost- have brought them tumbling from the trees The pile driver is ready for work in putting down piles for trestle railroadtat Cre The L N win sell tickets to dNewio days limit at one fare round- triP account of the American Bankers AssociationtW J Chasteen who purchased the stock of groceries of Mr J Henry Fish will take possession Monday Mr Chasteen will move in D C Poynters house To MEMPHIS The L N will give a one fare rate for the round trip to Memphis Oct2O to 29th good until Oct 31st account of the Memphis Trotting Races Read in another column of this issue the advertisement ot Dr R Goldstin the celebrated Louis ville optician who will visit Mt Vernon one day out of each month hereafter The Hon George G Gilbert will speak in the Court house here Monday Oct 27th at i oclock at Livingston Tuesday Oct 28th at 7 pr m and Brodhead Wednesday Oct 29th at 7 p m Please remember the datestRockcastle man has ordered some whisky tablets from a St Louis house He says when he wants a drink he only has to reach into his vest pocket pull forth a tablet drop it into a glass or gourd of water and there you are C C Williams received a tele gram yesterday from the clerk of Court of Appeals stating that to the suit of William Poynter administrator against the L N R Co has been affirmed The amount recovered is nearly 6200 I desire to state that the meeting- I am to hold at Brodhead in con junction with Bro Livingston will not begin on Wednesday the 22nd as at first announced but has been changed and will begin on Saturday night the 25th David Harts field The six active pall bearers at the burial of Stewart Myers at Crab Orchard Tuesday afternoon were each named James They were James T Chadwick James Gilker son James F Cummins James F Holdam James White and James Jones One of the honorary pall bearers name was James a The Kentucky Synod which has been in session at Lexington since Wednesday is the centennial anni versary of that religious body ItS was a union meeting of the Northern and Southern Presbyterians being the first of the kind held in the State since the Civil war the church having become divided on the political question early in the 6bs f Its a great thing when 36u make your selection for a suit o clothes from over 400 different pat terns all nicely arranged for you convenience to choose from I you are at all particular about your garments call at the store of Cox BROS who will be glad to show you the fins woolen samples of STRAUSS BROS Chicago Price very reasonable V L t j i J 7t f f t Beasley Co Stanford for fu n i lure car pets rugs etc sept s93t- To LouisviiXis The L will sell tickets to Louisville O 20th goo4until the 24th at one fare for the round trip account of Masonic Grand Lodge The Philomathean Society at the College will have a Longfellow witsbe some interesting points brought out concerning the great author We understand also that an oratorical contest is projected for the near future In our next issue will give writeup of the new railroad out from Orlando Those who have not been there to see for themselves will be surprised to know the great amount of work that i being done and the wonderful im provement being made Look out weeksJoHf LESLIR WELsHLast Saturday in Louisville John Lv Welsh the 8 year old son of rat Welsh was crushed to death by a car The little fellow was playing un der some cars onthe siding near his fathers residence and had gone un er a car when a switch en gine hacked against it The child made an effort to crawl from the car but was too late The wheels passed over his body cutting it almost in two John L was an exceptionally bright child and his untimely death is a sad blow to his parents who have the deep sympathy ofour people P The boy was named for his grand father John Welsh and Leslie Keeley the famous Keeley cure man A very sad occur nce took place last Sunday afternoon at the home of Andrew Doan of near Level Green when Mrs Doan was found lying on the bed with a bullet hole through her head Her husband has this explanation to give which some is not very satisfactory as- a warrant of arrest has been issued for him That he and his wife had been playing hullgull with chestnuts and that she had won all he bad and that he got up and left room stating that he would go and gather some more when only a short distance away from the house heard a shot and on returning found his wife a lifeless form- At the best it is a very sad affair but for a man to take the life of a good woman is to awful to imagine and we trust that the suspicion- now resting on Mr Doan is unfounded and that he will be able show himself an innocent man COLLEGE CHAPEL OCT 24 Mrs Viggs of the Cabbage Patch On the evening of October 24th at the College Chapel Miss Alice Caldwell Hegans charming story Mrs Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch will be presnted by Mr Harry Allen Dennis The press of Kentucky and of Louisville especially have praised his work highly The Mountain Echo of to this week says Mr Harry Al len Dennis the noted Kentucky Impersonator gave one of his very pleasing renditions of Mrs Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch Jt at the Farris Opera House last Friday evening to an appreciative audience Mr Dennis rendered the piece in very artistic manner and all who heard him were well pleased Laughter prolonged and uproar ous has greeted the renditionof the wherever Mr Dennis has given it Full of bright sharp speeches ludicrous situations and homely pathos the recital of the joys and mishaps of the Wiggs family furnishes an evening of the keenest enjoyment Those who have read the book may be sur prised to learn that the cabbage realfe are I real people Onlybone who was scenerMild the people could truthfully p rtrathe various characters Mr Dennis has known them all his life Himself writer of Clever stories and poems an actor of abilit- Y and perience he makes the peppleof the Cabbage Patch live vividly before his audience i ik if j f f 7 GSTUIr0John Howell moved Wednes day in the house lately occupied Blankenship Harry NThorpsoli and family moped Mon nay into one of Reuben Mullini new cottagesLivinfyrtou s en a boom J F Cooper and Matt Fold the boss carpenters have work night and day in spite of the boomThe new sidewalks have not shown up yet Give us good walks before the muddy weather sets in- Miss Fannie Redd of Crab Orch ard is visiting Dr J 3 and Mrs CooperMiss Lou Parsley t of London who has been visiting her sister Miss Hattie Parsley re anaare relatives in New Orleans Mrs W R Dillion is visiting relatives at Stanford and RichmondMrs Will Hilton and baby Ida return Rowlandsre home the first of the week from Wildie where she has been visit ing her grandmother Mrs Co- fteyMr R A Sparks met with a very painful but not dangerous ac cideii Friday while on his engine in the railroad yards being scalded on the lower limbs He is able to be out Mrs Bessie Browning of Parkers creek was here Tuesday Miss Sallie Carmical who has been the guest of her brother W H Tamical returned to Mt Vernon SundayMrs Doty Miss Mary and Edgar Doty of Richmond who were called here on account of R A Sparks serious accident returned home Monday Mrs Warren Stark Mrs Brack Hayes arid laughter Miss Annie Mrs Strange Mrs Josie Sambrook are on the sick list this week Little Aggie oyuter who has typhoid fever continues very low Jasper Dur ham is able to be out again after a seige of typhoid and malariaMiss Kittic Poynter of Mt Vernon is visiting her mother Mrs Wilmot PoynterCharles Cooper returned home float Crab Orchard Saturday Mr and Mrs George McCarthy returned home from Lebanon Thursday They were called thereon account of the death of Mr S McCarthys mother Mrs S M McCarthy a former resident of this place Miss Lela Hendron of Edenton- is visiting her sister Mrs L W DillionMrs Lula Maddux has returned home after a four weeks = visit with friends at Mitchell Indrrlis5 Clara Griffin is visiting friends at Barbourville East Bern stadt and other points Miss Mary Gilford of Pittsburg jis visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Jos SambrookLittle Clytie Blanken ship was severely burned about the head and arms one day last week by a stove pipe falling while the little one was playing on the floorMrs Lawrence Dickson and son Roy are visiting relatives at ParisMiss Georgia McFerron visited her sister Ms W J Chil dress SundayW C Mullins has purchased the drugstore and barbershop operated by J C Rocker Co Everything will be upto date as before with popular Hugh Hagan in the drug department There is an opening for a good barberDr J W Sams made a trip to Pittsburg Wednesday Bart Sams is visiting relatives in Danville IllDr Childress will move the firstof the week into life property on Main street recently purchased from Mrs Jane Ovens Miss M ttie Heath is visiting relatives at Winchester this week Jim Ponder will move his family Garrard county Saturday Chestnuts and wild grape parties are all the rags now Tho EGGS the coffee roaster uses to glaze his coffee with would you eat that kind of eggs Then wh x drink them Lion Coffee = has no coating of storage eggs lue etc coffeepure unadulterated fresh strong and of flavor And aromarUniform and freshtioss are Insured br o sealed package W H JQNeS Watchmaker and Jeweler ALL JEWELRY REPAIRING NEATLY DONE An Apprenticeship of 3 years under a skilled work man is my rcooinmendation TERMSreasonableand all work warranted C4ILatPe Poynters store Main street v L t r if i tJ l 1 b What virile it Profit a Man f He Gain the Whole World ATKRUEGERI s TO BUY HIS FurnitureJUSTyRECEIVEDA OF NEWEST AND LATEST STYLES h Good BedsAT 2 OO OnUpsoFASar 225AND ON UP OBELISK FLOUR BEST ON EARTH 45b perbbl ALSO IN SACKS At Corresponding Low Prices AT 150 UvN rCV On Up BEDROOM SUITS 1850AND- EVERYTHING ONUP r tifIN LADIES AND GENTLEMENS FURNISHING GOODS THE PLACE TO DRIVE GREAT BARGAINSCALL AND SEE OUR LARGE STOCK 8Opposite Depot Near Postoffice WIT VERNON KY THE WINK OF AT VERNON I rt MT VERNON KY OPENED 1900J m CAPITAL STOCK 15 QQO s C C WILLIAMS PRES JAS T ADAMS VICKPRES W L RICHARDS CASHIERSA B FURNISH ASST CASH DIRECTORSJonas McKenzie Geo Livesay A T Fifh H Martin Rod Perry Vincent Boring J E Houk We solicit accounts of firms and individuals Careful attention is given collections entrusted to us Our friends and patrons are invited to call when in town Phone No 55 GO TO JONAS MCKENZIE T v1 MT VERNON KY V V for Everything in Dry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes ana General Merchandise BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES Phone No 8- 3WILLIS of GRIFFINPractical Undertker and FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon KY Stock Complete COTS FINE HEARSE Attached Can iurnish Metalic Caskets and hare Embalming done on short notice Come and see me anything I have not got can get for you on fimt train that leave the city ORDERS bwire Promptly Filled Phone No 63 CHAS Cs DAVIS Place to Obtain c Kresh Drugs ALSO Patent Medicines of all Kinds Perfumery StationeryrToilet Articles 3 CIGARS AND TOBACCO J Paints and Oils PRES ijIPTIONcarefuly Compounded alE hours day or lPholleNo64 J 7 = T T 2- i = i l 0 5 c i tI Householde Furniture I Bedsteads Frppn 175 to 450 BEDROOM SUITS 1250 to 2250 CHAIRS SPRINGS TABLES AND ALL OTHER ARTI CLE S IN FURNITURE VERY Low EIBEIISK Flour 450t STd Biggest Stock EST fall the low prices Hotel Frithr R L COLLIER Propr Located at the 4De otmgzco BRODHEAD KY GOOD LIVERY ATTACHEDf Meet all Trains Day and Night it Traveling Men and Railroad men Solicited Will furnish Lunches for all trains The Veranda T Hotel JOSEPH COFFEY PRQPR IiC iStanfordKy travelingI Bath rooms free to guests RATES 200 per day W M Franciscor MONUMENTAL WORKS Brodhead Ky i Granite and Marble Monuments a and Tombstones ALL STORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVEN y ciler iv L MYERS J MT VERNON Xv IWORK the Krueg brick PHONE No 73 j Train 10 COLORADO s Dentist FIRSTCLASS OFFICEIn New Fast UTAH 1THE PACIFIC COAST In effect Sunday May igth The new train will leave St Louis 9oo a m daily the evening train to same points io io p m daily Through sleeping car service be Itween St Louis San Francisco and North western points Xnly line that does a twice daily Excursion tickets now on sale For further information R T G Matthews T P Louisville Ky v J HlC TOWNSEND GeuV assrl andTkt AgrSt Jouist V 7 tapJe and FancyI Groceri s- Have found lodging on our shelves On our counters and our floor Under our counter in our barrels Known to exist by our many buyer AND all who come will get the benefit ofreduced prices All are not aware of these bargeins Dont buy offhand learn our price And you will find by so learning My Old Kentucky Home Store Sold you the cheapest and best bargains Shingles Two grades 150 SI 90 A THOUSAND I is address MT VERNON DIRECTORY COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURT Fourth Monday in each monthQ- UARTERLY COU T FiistMon j day in each month CIRCUIT COURT Second Mon day in February Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in Sep tember MT VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month CHURCHESIServices at the Christian Church Preach ing 1st 3rl Sundaj at 11 a as and at 730 p m Sunday School 30J m every Sunday1 Prayer Meeting Every Thursday 730 pm The public are cordially invited to attend all services DAVID IIAKTSFlELD Pastor Presbyterian Holds services on the t 4th Sunday morning and evening Methodist will hold services at the byterian church on the 2nd Sunday nornin and evening in each month Baptist Church Services on the Thir Saturday night and Sunday Sunday School at 9am every Sunday Prayer meeting on Tuesday nights MASONIC Ashland Lodge No 640 meets 4th Mon day 10 A m 23MT VERNON Jl A CHAPTER No 140 MEETS every FOURTH MONDAY at 2 pm MACCABEES K OT M TENT No 21 meets every 1st and 3rd Monday at 730 p m JAS E HOUK Com JJPJNGR K IPROFESSIONAL 1C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY OFFICE On 2nd floor o The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church street Special attention given to collectionsIwc = Miller House HUGH MILLER PROPRI- ETORHeadquarters s for Commercial Men Porter at all trains I Insurance of all kinds Call at the Signal office Mt Vernon J C McCLARY Under aker Embalmer CompleteB LINE of Caskets Robes c Orders by Telephone attend ed promptly Stafford Ky 181 j c1L r vv r I Bred in Old Kentucky Where the Bluegrass is the greenest Where our Groceries are the cleanest And our Bargains are the supremest In Old Kentucky Here Ar Shirts and Shoes the finest Laces and Embroider eslhe nicest Our suits of clothes the tidiest Our Low Prices the sublimest IuOld Kentucky Rockcastle Circuit Court Effie McGuire Admrx of Grover McGuire decd Plaintfs vs May Dugger etc J Defdts By virtue of a and or der of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit court rendered at the Sept Term front door of the Court house in Mt Vernon Ky to the highest bidder jat public auction on Mon day the 27th day of October 1902 between the hours of 800 oclock a m and 400 p m upon a credit of six months the following de scribed property A tract of land heretofore assigned to the widow of Grover McGuire deedas her at an elm on the east- side of Crooked Creek the land being located on Crooked Creek mouth of Coffeys hollow thence down the creek S i E 5913- poles to a beehon the west side of the creek thence N 81 Ecross ring the creek and upa spring branch 14 poles to a stone in the center head of a spring thence up a drain S 693 4E 29 poles to a hornbeam thence S 87 E 39 poles to a stake in said drain about 2 poles from a spring and hickory thence N 334 E 238 poles to a stone with oak thence N 85VV 54 poles passes a sugar Uee under a high cliff in all 170 poles to a gum by a fence thence S 5r W 177 poles along the north side of said drain S934 E Sopoles to the 224 acres more or less For the purchase price of said land the purchaser must execute untIl paid and havIng the force and effect of a judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply with these BS Master DO YOU WANT TO YAWN Feel cold aching in bones lack energy headache and great These symptoms may be followed by violent head ache high fever extreme nervous ness a condition known as inalria Herbiue cures it Take it before the disease gets a good hold though it will work a cure in any stage J A Hopkins Manchester Kani writes I have used your great medicine Herbine for several years There is nothing better for malaria chills and fever headache billiousuess and for a ing tonic there is nothing as good tJ soc at all FARM FOR SALEI have for sale a farm of 127 acres lying on the waters of Brush Creek two miles north of Level Green Good house and Orchard and well watered Terms easy For further information call on Henry Catron Level Green Ky tf The Court of Appeals granted anew trial cp Church Brown who was given a life sentence for the murder of French Lair in Scott u thatC the ej r- i 100Is the usual sum offered for A HUMAN BODY Who may be FOUND IN MT VERNON And has been fortunate enough to obtain our bargains before he is THE VICTIM Of high prices and low values TO HAVE BEEN Cheap but deer at any price So come and find that we have High price that our stock is complete as you will findafter being shown through our big stock BYFRIENDS- WhO are ever ready to show goods and quote you our low prices HOUK ADAMS Big Brick Main St Phone 75 Commissioners SaleI judgment IiesIBeginning theK southward pointers albeginning containing bearftermsrBETHURUM Commissioner shiverings depression bloodpurify drugstores outbuildings deuceas 7isllJ REWARDI- SUPPOSED MURDERED throughout Commissioners Sale Rockcastle Circuit Court Bank of Mt Vernon Plaintiff- vs 1 TD Mullins etc Defendants By virtue of a judgment and or der of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court rendered at the Sept term 1902 in the above styled case for the sum of 20000 with interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from 7th day of July 1902 until paid and 2670 cost herein I shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the Court house in Mt Vernon Ky to the high est bidder at public auction on Monday the 27th day of Oct 1902 between the hours of 800 oclock a m and 400 oclock p m upon a credit of six months the follow ing described property towit Two lots located in Livingston Rockcastle county Ky and the first lot being bounded as follows On the North by the lands of Sam Ward on the East by the lands of the L N Railroad Co on the South by Rockcastle river and the county road and on the West by the lot owned by Ed Smith and being the same lot purchased by defendant Mullins from Sam Ward The second lot is bounded as fol lows On the North by the lands of T A Gresham deceased on the East by the lands of Jack Smith on the West by the lands of T A Gresham decd and on the South by the county road This lot was purchased from Jasper Durham The first lot is about 225 fet square and the second is about 50x180 feet For the purchase price of said land the purchaser must execute bond with approved surety bear ing legal interest from the day of sale until paid and having the force and effect ofa judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms B J BETHURUM Master Commissioner IT GOES RIGHT To THE SPOT When pain or irritation exists on any part of the body the applica tion of Ballards Snow Liniment will give prompt relief It goes right to the spot said an old man who was rubbing it in to cure hi rheumatism C R Smith Propr Smith House Tenaho Texas writesIIhave used Ballards Snow Liniment in my family for several years and have found it to r be a fine remedy for all aches and pains and I recommend it for pains in the throat and chest 25C Soc and 100 at all druggists PERILIHIS LIFE IN II just seemed to have gone all to pieces writes Alfred Bee of Welfare Tex billiou ness and a lame back had made life a burden I couldnt eat or sleep and felt al most too worn out to work when I began to use Electric Bitters hutI they worked wonders sleeplike a top can eat anything have gain djn strength and enjoy hardvork They give vigorous health and new life tp weak sickly rundown PeoPie frY them Only 5t cataIl druggists r y FlourPARKSVILLI nicest pies When made in light bread never fails to rise It is the Daisy Patent Magno lia and Dewey Upon which the housewife always relies And the husband the best always PATENT 455IDAISY 435 4 15 Per bbl EBBS ilcts Sale Rockcastle Circuit Court J W Alcorn etc Plaintiffs vs Lurena Hayes Defendant By virtue of a Judgment and or der of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court rendered at the Sept term- 1902 in the above styled case for sum of 5000 with interest at the rate of 6per cent per annum from- the 1st day of February 1900 un til paid and 2700 cost herein I shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the Court house in Mt Vernon Ky to the highest bidder at public auction on Mon day the 27th day of October 1902 between the hours of 800 oclock am and 400 oclock p m upon a credit of six months the follow ing described property towit A tract of land located in Rock castle county Ky 132 aores and bounded as follows On the waters of Skaggs creek and at a white oak stump in the widow Bethurums field near a sink the cornet to Sweeney Carsons 125 acre sur vey thence with their line S 1234 W no poles toa chestnut and poplar thence S 2534 E 153 poles to a hickory poplar and black oak thence S 41 W 79 610 poles to a white oak and dogwood thence N 64 W 26 poles to a stake two chestnut oaks and 5 hickory sap ling pointers in said line corker o the 33 acre tract laid off to AJPayne thence with the line of No 3 N 7434 W 42 810 poles to a chestnut and ash in the line of Sweeney and Carson also Levi Sowders line thence with said line N 2 W 122 poles to a stone with pointers on a ridge Sowders corner thence N 86 W 13 poles to a strke thence leaving said Sow ders line N 4 Eat onehalf pole passing Harmons corner now B K Bethurum in all 36 910 poles to a chestnut oak with pointers corner of the William Adams 50 acre tract thence with same S 54 E 20 poles and 8 links to a chestnut with walnut pointers tehnce N 74 E64 poles to a large poplar with pointers thence S 59 E28 poles to the For the purchase price of said land the purchaser must execute ing legal interest from the day sale until paid and having the forceand effect af a Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms S D LEWIS Special Commisnr 100 REWARD 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure mall its stage and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure neK known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment falls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucout surfaces of the assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith IR its curative powers that they offer ere Hundred Dollars for any case that it fail t care Send for list testiMtll1 all Address F J CHENEY Ce Toledo O boll by all Druggists 75c Halis J nniily Pills are the best fa have the largest and most and most complete stock of and BOOTS ever brought county at price than were ever heard of have only to call and examin and get prices to convince these facts I sell FLOUR MEAL SHIP ISTUFF and all kinds of pro kluce lower than anybody Eggs 17c Ohio River atPER BARREL 15 IGH Grade nut Shoddy IGH Quality good Values IGH Quality low Prices Commissioners containing beginning beginning beginning bearsJudgment foudationJ shbi1 IwE Commissioners She Rockcastle Circuit Court J N French etc Plaintiffs- vs J F Cooper Defendant By virtue of a judgment and or der of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court rendered at the Sept tern 1902 in the above styled case tor the sum of 26500 with interest itthe rate of 6 per cent per annum from the ist day ofDecember 1901 until paid subject to the following credits 10 paid Nov 2 1901 50 paid Dec 11 1901 and226e cost herein t shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the Courthouse in Mt Vernon Ky to the highest bidder at public auction on Monday the 2jh day of October 1902 between the hours of Sroo o clock a in and 400 oclock p rru upon a credit of six months the following described property towit A house and lot located in Liv ingstou Rockcastle county Ky on Gauley road and wounded on the N E by a lot of Smith Kelley on the S E by the land of Samuel Ward on the S W by a lot of Steve Gwens and on the N W by the old county road This lot fronts 60 feet on Gauley road and runs back of equal width 13r poles and contains1onethird acre more or less For the purchase price of said executefing legal interest from the day of sale until paid and having the force and effect ofa judgment Bid ders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms B J BETHURUM Master Commissioner BONE FOOD Soft and crooked bones mean bad feeding Call the disease rickets if you want to The growing child must eat the right food for growth Bones must have bone food blood must have blood food and so on through the list Scotts Emulsion is the right treatment for soft bones in children Liftledosesieveryday give the Qn hap thathealthy bones sfrouldta dtl straightaloose firmness comes to the soft headsWrong food caused the trouble Right gill cure it In thousands of casesScofctV Emulsion has proven t6be the right food for soft bones in childhood Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 4O9415 Pearl Street New York yxswi fi9 all druggists Grover Cleveland says Demo cracy in order to increase its rep resentation m tIre next Congress must stan by true Democratic doctrines the most important ofwhich is tariffreform The Gfaa Lodge of Kentucky Odd Fellows is in session at Hop kinsville 0