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THE MOST SUCCESSFUL! THE MOST RELIABLE! THE MOST POPULAR STORE IN ROCKCASTLE! i - w, tMt. irt"!1 & Wfttai M'tVernon Signal; i . FrAJIVt?, Ma j , 1902. " Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. '.SUBSCRIPTION ONU YRAK $I.OO Advertising rates made known on ' " application re , Jh Hi JIKXXlNOKI!, ,- Of' S'r'Jm ronjily is n piindidntt Uirr JTnte Treustirer, stiUjiVt U the nrtliWi oSf tile Democratic party "OLD Jtfhlf CHIPS." 1 Jm (S ditor.) ' Kugl 1 ing Irish editors purse, the Irish are' he King. Rcpubl nrc (Jtiuan reciprocity be of the cujjBut variety. The Senate cowJPrree on Cuba is tryiug to find out who owns the 'present stock of raw sugar in Cuba. "Boss Haniia is finding that com mittee of coal miners harder to llamlle ihc whole republican jiarty. .'' Secretary Root and riftirrper . fteeves left Havana' at tlVtT s'ariV time for the U. S., but not dti' the same boat. . v Senator elect Gorman lite liberi ' Invited to deliver the ijient address at Krkskiiitt College, K Due West, S. C. 'Senator Carmack's picturV of "Tedtly" and "Frexldy" va:fa gem ' of its kind, even if it didn't please . our replVbliWn friends. Kansas is bound to have a hot I 'time occasionally, if a town has to be burned to make it. Herkimer ' furnished the last hot time. King Kddy is returning to his f old habits. He visited a London Music Hall the other night. He'll be opening a little game next. Mr. Roosevelt muzzled Fred Funston too late to save him from ' the most severe castigation ever given au army officer on the floor j of the Senate. liven after Mr. Bryan has said that under no circumstances wodld ,ife again be a Presidential dare abuse of him continues in certain Quarters. . Officials of the German steamship I fnes are trying to make tlvti Germans believe that t'hey took J. "'Pierpont Morgan in, instead' 6f taken in by him. Mr. Roosevelt says the Senate must act before acljburiVment on the 'isthmian canal; Senator HaAYia says there must be no action. Which of them has the most pull witfh the . Senate? u Secretary Shaw mustHrave jbrred the nerves of a great big- bunch of carphiff hypocrils when he declared that it was' commercial selfishness that caused us to go to war with Spain over Cuba That many Cubans think the principal reason for allowing a government to exist is that it may be looted is shown by the claim for pay lor service in the revolutionary army of 70,000 men. Had the 1 revolutionary army at ny time been, halt that big it could have . swept every Spaniard off the island ' vithcut any assistance from us. 1 jiwhwIi ostniaster General Payne has a Jf eech on "The Men of our Times" left on his hands. It was prepared for delivery at the Pittsburg Grant birthday banquet, but those before him spoke so long there wasn't time. At any rate, the administration is not now dis puting that Filipinos have been cruelly and inhumanly treated by American soldiers. About the- time the people vote it 'out of power it will probably cease ,to dispute the utter failure of its ifiiirtire Philippine policy. ' It Will be month" before it can be known whether the administra tion is fighting or bluffing the Beef Trust, in the Federal courts, but the democrats in Congress have asked the republicans to join with them in bringing the trust to its knees at ouce, by repealing the duty on imported meat. REPAIRED ELEPHANT'S TAIL. Clever Work of Cincinnati Surgeon Avoids Amputation. One of the neatest cases of surgery ever attempted was satisfactorily accomplished the other day by Dr. M. E. Carter, a graduate of the Paris College of Medicine, and also a graduate of a famous veterinary school in France. Recently, King, the famous diving elephant, which had been imported recently from Germany by the Sells & Downs Show, Seriously mashed his tail. The massive doorsof the elephant car arci frequently oiled to allow of their Jaiily opyning and closing. Without and warning the other night when the show was loading the elephant cat1 was struck by a portion of thfe circus train. King's tail Vns caught by the door when the concussion closed it. and the poor animal's appendage was horribly bruised for about five inches. AmputuUon was thought necessary, and the services of the Cincinnati surgeon were imperative. In the meantime King allowed the wounded member to be bandaged and silently went through his perform ance iiL'til the arrival of the doctor. The fractured tail was soon repaired and I he knife was not used. Kiiicr still munches his hav and receives small invoices of peanuts from the boys and girls and acts up with great pleasure at the regular performances. The celebrated herd of which Kingis the leader, will be seen with the great Sells & Downs Show at Stanford Monday May fc. WOtfLD'WIDIi REPUTATION. White's Cream Vermifuge has achieved a world wide reputation as being the best of all worm destroyers, aud for its tonic influence on weak and unthrifty children, as it naturalises the acidity or sourness of he Moma':h, improves their digestion, aud assimilation of food, ftrcngtheis their nervous system and restores them to health, vigor and elasticity of spirits natural to childhood. Price 25c. at all druggists. CURES WHEN DOCTORS FAIL Mrs. Frank Chiassou, Patterson, La., writes June 3th, 1901: "I had ti)alana fever in very bad form; was under treatment by doctors, but .Is soon as I stopped taking their medicine the fever would return. I used a sample bottle of Heibine, found it helped me. Then bought two bottles, which completely cured me. I feel grateful to you for furnishing such a splendid medicine, and can honestly recommend it to those suffering from malaria, as it will surely cure them." Herbine, 50c. bottle at all druggists 1 fttoeni tvt..t MW 1WW)W q.p! MAY Flyers FOR BUSY Buyers. FINEIRON STONE CHINA WARE. J M I L L I N E R Y. B FURNITURE. Ttvis :md Saucers, l.SrJSott. Handled Tea ('ups and '"(' " Fancy Hinbossed Teas, 'Wc " Small Dates, 3o " Lare Plates, 3or " Class Tumblers, " l3 VSM ssa Same Efands More Goods For Same money. HANSFORD Dud McClure is no better at this writing. Dr. Wade Graves, the patent medicine man of our town, has laid in a new supply. 1 Rev. TameiS liarni failed to 311 his appointment at Mt Pisgah owing to illufess. Uncle Lige Childers, our lead-fisherman, has done but little good this spring. He du all last week and found no fish btvit. The dry weather has cut hite sort? of his game. Rev. H. T. Williams failed to fill his regular appoinftnent at Blue Springs Snndity. Rev. Mel-' vin Walleu conducted the services and asked the gbod' people to or-" gauize ka Sunday school at this place. What is the use to say, a fslldw ought not to marry until he is about forty, and .if he would not marry at all it would be better for him; after he has kept company with most of the fair sex of his country and boldly attempted the same feat with the remainder? Nona. Lee Roy Barns, in burning off his new ground on the and., let the nre get out, which burned about 500 paunels of fence for Wash Clure and sorAe for John (yake) Barns. On the day following J. W. Kirby was guilty of the same offense, but he so mercifully deplored the aid of Providence, dnd by the help of his friends-,, the fire was stopped before much damhge was done. Land, Stock and Crop o The Winchester Democrat reports the following sales: 10 steers, wt. 1,000 Iks., $dj each? 2 short yearling steers, $20;- 2 good steer calves, $21; fat heifer, 910 lbs., $44.-50; fat heifer. 845 lbs., $42; fat heifer 650 lbs., $29; 11 fat hogs I70 Us., $6 424 per hundred; corn in crib, 83 to $3 1 1 per barrel, 3 tons tim othy hay, $7 per ton. Ferming implements brought fair prices, , , , B. F. banders & Bro. , bought of Fred Forsythe and Kitt Chinn 209 180 pound hogs at 5 cents. Harrodsburg Herald. C. R. Martin sold 50 barrels of corn to D. N. Prewitt at $50 in the crib D. N. Prewitt bought a car load of fat hogs around Stanford this week at from $5 25 to $6 per hundred. He shipped them to Cincinnati. Danville Advocate. J. E. Boardman has purchased 2.500 fleeces of wool this wec"k. paying 17 cents J. E. Boa?rdrnan sold to Mclutyre & McClhitoc'k, of Millersburg, 5 head of 800 pound cattle at $4 65. Paris Kentuckian. A. G. & J. M. Craig bought of S. H. Martin a pair of 2 year old mules for $105. For Sale. Two good milch cows and youug calves. Price reasonable. Mrs. Emzaheth Lawrkncu, May 2 3L Level Green Ky STAND LIKE A STONE WALL Between your children aud the tortures of itching and burning eczema, scald head or other skin diseases. How? why, by using Bucklen's Arnica Salve, earth's greatest healer. Quickest cure for Ulcers, Fever Sores, Salt Rheum. Cuts, Burns or Bruises. Infallible for Piles. 25c at all druggists. vs:udSAc1'itfl For Less money, COMMENCEMENT C.bNTnUKI 1'ROM 1ST. PACK. A large and appreciative audience was present last night, to witness the last of the commencement exercises. Each of the graduates acquitted themselves not only in a way that reflects credit upon themselves, but also upon the install' tion of learning from which they go forth. Dr. W. C. Roberts, President of the Central University, delivered1 the class address, and nothing only sonibthing good could fall from hi's lips. In the absence of C. C. Williams, President of the Board of trustees, the diplomas were presented by Judge R. G. Williams, who is' also a rttember of the board. Rev. A. E. Ewers presented the prizes, a list of which and to whom given, will be found in another column, after which he made a few remarks as to what the progress of the school for the past year had been, aud what he hojSbc? to make it in the future, and with the one announcement, that school would open the first Monday in September, Dr. Roberts recdived'the benediction and the school was closed. WHAT THIN FOLKS' N&ED Is a greater power of digesting and assimilating food. For them Dr. King's New Life Pills work wonders. They toue and regulate the digestive organs, gently expel alt poisor.'i froni the system, enrich the ctood, improve appetite, make healthy flesh. Only 25c at all druggists. I!a!n anrllwtat liatc ito (.licet on harness tnatctl Willi Eureka liar- tit (HI. It re. Mill 1I10 damp, ir Mft and ftiW25Si btltiln 1 tit, nnt Itrcal;. ' Vlr No e to chafe 'VW mil tin. 'lh V iih rot Uiyl.eiH lonVinu' Ma III w. I.tlt vrinrt lii .n li ii, I the ut.l 1'imka H.uiwu Oil. CSEffiSHf J SolJ every litre in lain aUlc. Made liy Standard Oil Ompany -?, STOPS PAIN Athena, Term., Jan. 27, 1901. Ever Bfnce tho flrst appearance of rav SJXnocs Xrliy very irregular and I Htpcred With great pain in my hips, back, Ftornach and legs, with terrible bcarijiff down pains in tho abdomen. Durillf? tha Tl.tst mnnfh T hnvn hnAti tafclrB Wino of Cardul and Thcdford's and I passed the monthly period without pain for tho first time ltt yoSYA Nannik Uavis. WhaY s fiffl worth lo a woman suffer ing Ilk Nannlo Davis suffered? Yol there are women In thousands of homes lo.daywho aro bearing thoso lorrlblo menstrual pains in sllcnco. If you aro ono of these wo want to say that this samo will bring you permanent relief. Con-solo yourself with tho knowledgo that 1,000,000 women have been completely cured by Wino of Cardul. These wom en suffered from leucorrhoea, Irregular menses, headache, backacho, and bearing down pains. Wine of Cardul will step all these aches and pains for you. Purchase a $1.00 boltlo of Wino of Cardul to-day and take it in the privacy of your home. r or odvlnn and literature, ndilreu, elTlng "Tlw jaie' Ailvlnurjr Jr.iriiiieiit," The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chatianoow, -X it n JULmtU. UK 4. BIG STOCK f Newest tilings in CAR LOAD f "11 KINDS OF FURNITURE. Lacliess, iVIisses and Cliildrens mmed Hats at 50c 75c. 85c. 90c. BEDS $1.90, $2 00 $2,25 TO $5.00 $1.00 find up Bedroom Suits $12 00, $lo.00 and up. CAN SAVE you 50 per cent, on all your Purchases in Ladies Hats Best Double Cane-bottom Chairs at 4oM:s Each. OUR BUSINeSS IS BOOMING! OUR FRICeS T6LL WHY! TRY OUR CLOTHING 'l:mssTnJ:1 " will do you goml. And vou can be Plenty of CHANGE MONEY GOES FURTHeR At the Store of KRUEGER&SONS. Mt. Veffflon, Ky. THAN ANY OTHER STORE, in ROCKCASTLE, TIp'7 "0s TZ r Pie6'e of goods in our house is New - v J-'1 - and up TO-DATE. No shop worn stull on hands. "PT7pV7tll 1 1H O NEEDEDbytho ' v ' y Llllllj, pic can )e found in our big Store. VVc'are not killing competition, for tPiat is the "Life of Trade' CM ID INE 0F GENEllAL MERCHANDISE J II is away up in "G" and 011 will miss a great opportunity to save money, if you fail to visit our place before making your purchases. FIND JUU Scbow prices in the Big Brick Aexfc to .. -.the posb near railroa'r crossing. CHAS. C. DAVIS The Place to Obtain -ALSO- Patent Medicines of all Kinds, Perfumery, Stationery, Toilet Articles, CIGARS AND TOBACCO, FaMs 11M' Oil;, PRESCRIPTIONS c'aitemlly' Compounded at nil hours, day or night. jvist Received From Factory Latest THE OdtATEST HAT SALCIMAN IS AMtSICA At Popular Prigbs C. H. FRITH Brodhead, Ky. . ?2LIIZ on'tTake bowels, but regular action cannot bo secured until , the liver nicies cnougn uiie 10 mauc me ., execute their natural functions. ural agitation, caused by cathartics, HI continual and increasing doses to attain the results. H M M niltting !! trouble, worlts Fresh Drugs, A COMPLETE LINE OF THE Shields Hats eVCRY ONE GUARANTEED BY THE MAKER New York Styles 'Pills! Theytemporarlly cure consiipunon by agitating the intestines M compels r Bft mhdty i acts on the ' liver: cures Chills and Fever, and everv form of Malarial. Bilious. Remlttlnc and Inter- Fevers, and, by Eolnir to the scat of the permanent cure. TIPTY CENTS PBR nOTTLH. keep the Change, for thei 11 TO KEEP. w.vm . , At.Chas. G. Davis! Drugstore. ' "'Tm'