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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ti a cr 7 4t 1 tt if 4 811U viiite11011 ifl4Lljo f il I L171 J Xl lI V ltNON feOOKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY ULYrt 1900 = UMBER 43 I V CELL JiFiUENDS TO BE BRAVE J4J0vjfEARLESS AND LOYAL TO THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE wrw tl l t cv NEWS II EMS 7 IW 9 ft r The CentralKentuckN ladies uiywzt Robert fields fcgSrl ten years tbf Winchester whit t Paving Jell ijnto an opem tfol and wife Urbhed t hldti W h Moods says he is tri regular nominee for Congress in 3he Seventh disttict sand has no- fright to consider and propaiticn for compY6ifiise Mason Hatten a Until county tarmetJwas taken suddenly and seriously ill and physicians say he 4s suffering from Asiatic cholera fj L Butt of the assigned flier tchandise firm of Butt e Boyd A dairville filed a petitiom in bank rjuptcy Liabilities 5 83952 assets 4218 Au automobile Service has been started between the Senegal ant the Niger The automobiles are of French make and are run by Frenchmen A Chicago physician is of the opinion that under proper and fit ting climatic conditions 90 per cent ofall cases of consumption ean ba cured An America spends on an av efdge of 50 d year for food a Frenchman 18 a German fi 44 3 Spaniard f3iJi an Italian and 4 A Russian 40 The Farms Bank of MiMeafe burg Bbutbott1 cbirrity filed incbr- ratiowarticles1wPo the offiice of Sec retary of State Hill The capital stock of the cbrifpaSiy is i5oool followsChaino od Pleasant Hill gate Frederick Clainvbgel Newport lecher rh en mechanism Frederick Wadell Louisville cabinet Jx H Hblt whowas re ceYitlv nazi ed asa District Judge tr Porto Rico wilt leave with his family within the nextday of two to takeTup Ills ditties Hb will1 sail ittltnLottihasfor a large number o wituesss to testify inbehalf of Caleb Powers is isis on tial atat Georgb1 County Attorney JaJri Sparks and JailefG P Johnson are in the1 list The arrests are being nude in the young womens elocutionary contest for a Ito diamond riilg at Lancaster Miss Clyde Mb Ginuis of Danville was the sue cessful declaimer There were Seven coffiepe t titorsRlchm6ud Stark ford Danville Harrodsburg and Winchester all having representa tives A diligent search of the record of th State office of the Secretary of made by Secretary Hill failed i i i tr tblocate the enrolled copies of the u bills enacted into laws at the 1898 sessitn of the General Assembly Among these bills is the official copy oft e statute known as the Goebel ielection law and it is be- heved that the volume was destroy MK ed or carried aViiethe Tayor 1 i Statey 1ttnmt 1B TO llE MkLEU i11t f lN eJiaJ He W Jd Do- Htrne J I H 1 t I1Goeb His t5eifew Language Used By Caleb Powers to Einley Atiddrsofe The most conclusive evidence which has yet been given as to the guilt of Caleb Powers was that given by Finey Anderson on the Witness stand Tuesday when he swore that Caleb Powers said to him Goebel had to be killedand if necessary he would do it him self that he Goebel would never live to take his seat even if the legislature decided in his favor and that the Army ofmountain ers were being taken to Frankfort to kill Goebel and enough Demo crats in the Legislature to give the Republicans a majority in both housesMiss v Brock who is Mr Ed Par kers stenographer at London and who is a special friend of Caleb Powers followed Anderson and gave some very damaging testimo ny Testifying that Powers had shown her some letters and also i 100 which he gave her to count 3- EVIGSTQJw K1 George Griffin ts at tome quite sick this week Mr Ward is soni e better but notable to cbrrik down towns Mjfe Goodin StanfofAV Mbtiday wHere she villretuain fir1 a1 white at theIinfirniry fufdilSUhdathhIdfirnia MK arid1 Mrs Jbhn Pbjie have re turned from a visit to ffrieud in1 PifeafchersVille Miss Anka OViensii VitH1 rends at Maretbnr for a few dkys Mrs EllenDishOn left for hffie tlSJherembVed lhacl tbthisP lace arid will niake itsshotne W G Mullhis stoped dff hereoil his retUrn home Tuesday from aI bushy ss trip to Cane Creek Laurel cotintyi Miss Ijuna Herren enteftatneb a party of young folks Satu day eye ntng in honer of Miss Mattie Bills- Married last week Charlie Harris and Miss Mirtle Mullins at the home 65 the brides parent Quite a crowd of young folks from i this place attended church in i u Laurel county last Sunday BroRice the evangelist has Ibeeh employed Nv tpreach tthe church this year two Sundays in each month vp Misses Georgie McFerron and and Ida Meadows came down Sun day from tjheHill to V visit Mrs 4f- lGoodin H t lea Bon ri t9 shewife of GeQraM jJ saying that was money wtiich Taylor had given himtfb bring mouuta veers to ranlcfort The Attorneys tor the Commotfwealth say this is only a siriall patt of the damaging testimony which they will be able to introduce before the trial is completed The main object of the defense has been right from the begiuiug to try to show that every witness who has testified for the common wealth has done it through a promise of some kind and such was alleged to Finley Anderson because he went to Cincinnati and had a talk with Col Campbell but those who are acquainted with the Anderson family will not entertain such a thought for a single mom ent Miss Brock as well as Finley Anderson is of a good family and explicit confidence can be put in every thing that the two witnesses testified = = = lPICarthy a finer girl christined Miss Catherine e Miss Bertha Francisco left for her home in Kansas Monday after an extended visit to friends in KentuckyPreparations are being made for picnic at the rnouth of the great Salt petfe Vc Satutdv the 21- stJH SifcniW ViA teach the school oh Pin branch this year Rev Price will make his home in Ifivingston thi year The bjtsembnt of the Caloway house riuilPsbotibe ready for busi iless and the firm of Ward Mage will take possession W M1 Fields returned from a week sstay with home folks in Iincoln MrfcSallie Jones went to Skaggs drtfek Mbnday to look after her- rkrnCy Otvfeiis oi Maretbutg wasI visiting his Parentshere Saturday Old Unele Dick OWenSis spend ing the week with hisson and other relativesat thisplaceJ Mrs Ida Webb has retutrfed to heY home atBowling Green after a weeksvisit to her pare ncs Capt atidMrsB6iitley Mr and Mrs John I lewellyn of McKee came out Tuesday to visit relatives and friends lit this place t IDied Thei old child of Thonias Frley die Tuesday morning Its rremains were earned ProfIG M Ballard pro I J H Pettus j and other friends accomr anied the parentsTuesday was Macea bev Lodge Agent Fishbackwas ini JamesJJ t y benstlp with the Older at this place Little Carrie MiiHins decbnipa nied Mrs Dishon to ner home in Tennessee t telefalNws The new steel bridge across the St Ea vrentriver at Quebec will t be4oofeet long and 150 feet bovethe river thus enabling the largest ship to passundefk ySotktriern California is for famous its intkan centenarians mot of whom are able to establish thtdafC of their birth in Franciscan mission records At the present monient in the whole of the afflicted regions of BritisH Indiair per cent of the entire population are being supported by the Government Barton county is one of the principal wheat growing sections in Kansas Its crops will probably reach 5000000 busliels ani has a population of only J 13000 Many thousands have been restored to health and hapiness by the use of Chamberlains Cough Remedy If afflicted with any throat or lung troubi give it a trial for it is certain to prove beneficial Coughs that have resisted all other treatment for years have yielded to this remedy arid perfect healtH been restored Cases that Seemed hopeless dirt the climate ot fa fimoushealtht have been permanently cures by Its t use Bear in mind that every bot tIe is wairanted and if it does not prove beneficial the money will be refunded to you For sale y all Druggist FALUNC 41thigiiIIus tate ou- rexperi are you w o r reed for HAIR fear you lare soon to be bald Then cease worry ing for help sathand You need something that w i new life into the hair bulbs You needa food suchas once And 1- 1put YQl HairV1QO It brings health to the hair and the failing ceases restorestcolor to gray hair You need not look at thirty as if you were Yhairall the dark rich color bf youth SI 00 a bettle All druggists vehadHair Vigor I have found that it YOl1cJaImforcompletes tlsf ction in my busi GEORCJVMarch Mos Wfffm IM Deeter If you ta foot obtain all the benefit you from the uae of the itic a Lowell Mail f 7 tFirstI National E4nk OF STANFORD KYf arCaIt3i f DIRECTORS J W Hayden W P WrfJtdft J H Collier M D9EKtfofe G Ried T P Hill S H Batighman W A Tribble MT Miller and S T Harris i 4 We solicit the accounts ol the citizens of Rockcastle and adjoining counties assuring them prompt and careful attention to all busi ness intrusted to us Personal application and colrespondCence with a view to business relations inyitecj J S HOCKER Pres JNoTj vrcROBER S Cashier A A McKINNEY Asst Cashier t COLLYER OWENS 9 UNDERTAKERS Caskets Coffinb Robes Etc Kept if Stock Orders by Mail Telegraph or Telephone Promptly filled N BROPHJSAD KENTUCKY The Lincoln County NATIONAL BANK OFTANFdDKYS J 1 Capital looooo Successors to FatmersBai kllrust Co STANFORD thili fVi t f And continuously under sflme managemewtiior years Solid JtrBank account hopiug such business relations will prove materiallj profitable and pleasantk DIRECTORS J T Williams S H Shanks A W Carpenter lE Lynn waiisfm Gooch J B Owsleyt1 J S Owsley WJI J F Cash StIS8 SH NICS President J B OWSJiEK Chier r W M BRIGHT Asst clsnier 1 If GO TO JONAS MCKENZIthMT VERNON KY For Everything in x Dry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes and General Merchandise BEST GOODS AT LIVING PRICES WILLIS GRIFFINPractical Und rakerand FtTiteRAL DIRECTORt m Mt Vernon Ky KeepsCofflhs Caskets Robes Linen Bosoms Cuffs and Collars furnish Metallic Caskets and have Embalming done on short no tice and easy terms t Orders by telegraph or telephone promptly attended to day and nigItiI eac f9rW W WITHERS Qreat Furniture EXPOSITION will open on Juljj 4th and run Y m through to September ist This enormous stock fe- will be slaughtered in order to make room for new H AW fall goods This means just what it sayswe are Q going to have a firstclass show and every pur bargainI I RCcNI 0SI1 FORD KYl 7 tr1 JI I M tVernon Jiigna r h Rfl Y J LV20 1909 y 1 1 J r Piibtishtd ever Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT I SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO AdvertiJ IlralC3 made known on afblication J lt r DEMOCRATIC TICKET t For President tc W J BR AN t t In Qf Nebraska For Vice +D esidfint 7j l ADLAI ST fe ON iufv of Illinois For Congress HONG G GILBERT of iShelby Ijor G6 erndr fJ Gov J C W Beckliam of Nelson r t rjExGov Bradley was the onl one ofthe three thousand who at tended the Louisville convention jwho was ever able to stir up an enthusiasm Several Speeces vere made aj it seemed tobe more of a speech Jjaking day than any thing speechesjii asIcbmpared with Bradley In sp ak ing of the coming campaign said It seems that the issue this falltiould be Grandlarceny or A LSItwould try to convict the Democrats of grandlarceii while the Demo ycrats the re publicans of assasination If the Republicans can convict t Democrats for grandlrrceny as ea heY as the Democrats will convict some forafsasinatl0I n ne 1 years to builda pen large enough to hold t1 doithe tang I 1gIJ t Well may ExGov Bradley be considered the brains of the Repub Ijcan party in Ky This he isr 1played again last Tuesday at Louisville when he made the posi i tive statement that he would not tie a candidate foretlgreissi in tire Eight Distiict There is uo one who will deny that Bradley would accept the nomination if lie thought he could be Elected as easily asv some of his supporters say he could but his good sense and judgement tells him that this is not the time for him to strike a blow in the Fight but that he should wait for a pipre convenient time The man who always worksj fort e interest of his constituency in whatever position ue may Hold is the man who may expect to get their support and such is the case with our beloved representative the Hon G G Gilbert of Shelbwho has from the very first day x the entered the halls of Congress withiunceasing and untiring energy for the interest of his district and his people and when the Ides of next November shall have come and the vote counted then it will Ije that the glad tidings will be hurled from one endof the district t liasNsagain been selected to representin t congress a grateful and appreciative people i areto er d tes in the field the thing for us todo one and allis roll up our sleeves and go to work to help secure their elution in November Before the thenationsi 4 t t vVj iV i ifii iJi f t r and most important campaigns which was ever waged or ever will be The great struggle which wear about 16 bgm is strictly speaking between the money powers trusts and corporations and the great common people and not the two great political1r hiesriF of the land The tune plq yedy the band at the Louisville Conven tion entitled SOur Mbne5r Never Gives out1 cawed prolonged shouts from the auiiience from every Part of tile room Why should Jt notedtHusetherm They knoxv tUat1 th5se words are too true for they have behind them eG3ancfwno are willing to put up any mount sufficient to down tfie tfommon people I 1 t BRODHEAD 33 3 W G Adams sale was well ate en3 e TSaturday aue everything TDrottht a fair pricey John Nowland andwill Adams hart in the wreck at C lvery sometime a gItoYreturn to the hospital for further treatment yMrs Sarah Totten is improving IrsR S Martin is able to beJ out again Rafter several weeks illh ness R P Pike and family Granville Owens and wife R H Harani and meetinghE BendSncksons appointment at the Bap tist church here Sunday Rev Heudrickson filled the appointment of A J Pike elsewhere rfi iDrs Gravely and Benton seem to be kept very busy Consid erable sickness here v Josh Dunn and Miss Ella are iii Boyle this week where Mr Dunn is having threshed his crop o f wheat Those good Democrats Perry Hayes and Cash Herrin attended the Convention Saturday Gran ville l eece another good Demo erat cuss here also and many othV- ets that are just as good Democrats 2i t V13 Collyer still continues Very low Miss Martha Miller thold and reliable cook at the frfith Hotel was quite sick last week Mrs Cook and Mrs iGaines Hof V JDanville sisters of Mr Josh Dunn visited the latterlast week Miss Bertha Francisco of IlL galls Kansas is visiting Miss Jewel Francisco of the Frith Hotel Dave Holman of Crab rehard lfIJtwasMIs Bettie Tharp has tecei t ved a letter from her son John in the Indian Territory telling of the breaking of his leg oy falling slate rTheiacies ogthe Frith Hotel will have iecteam and cake on hand next Saturday Give them a call fY Thomas Francisco haF purchased eastIof town across the creek Mrs R S Martinis visiting friendsat Junction Citythis week It cost 90000 to pay the duty na cargo of grain bags recently received in Portland Ore The money was carried from the bank 1 to the custom house in an express wagonaThe Russian Emperor has cou tributed the sum of 21400 rubles from his own pocket toward tlie study of flora otEuropean Russia tii i f Siberia Turkefitati the Catlsasua- and i J iCtimea f L J t if tli l f 1a1ib s i B i tiR i tt h O DL 7 HHi E a A r ID s f t l f Fairr t AUGUST x tt i 5tJt f Itof 4 1jTd tp t tr ij1 i JIJ rJ 29hJ h f ii i ti14JJ Sshnda for t ti C3 1 t hi l1 it viiGOOD ROADS muchIpleased tB see some interest being manifest over pikes Since our little say on pikes in next to the last issue of SIGNAL we notice twd Ot the regular correspondents have ti taken lip the matter in away which showy they meat business Not y Ji only has the gifted writer from Pinc Hill given some timely thoughts and suggestions but Buck Varnon of Possum Holler has arrived on the scene of action in time to be in the thickest of the fight Having knownpand so many times having drunk from that pyenan spring under his tutorship we know that he will add much to the good cause anti help us to come out victorious in the end Thrice is he armed whose cause is just aud if our cause is not just we fain would see the injustice Let us see some of the benefits to be derived from a turnpike FirstItwill furnish work for every body in the county who de sires to wor- kSecondThe money so expended will be kept right at home sari help to make better times ThirdsIt williavite imnigration and cause our land to double in valueWheu the pike is completed FoltrthjIt will hring us into touch with the outside world and help us to throw off this Rip Van WiriUle sleep that has SD long kept us1 in the background tFithIt will give us roads over Which itwont takefour horses to draw one fourth of a two horse load in the winter season SixthsIt will improve the morals of our county by causing us to build better church and school houses and thereby disseminate knowledge thrcughout the entire county BtventhIt would give us such roads that had we some important business to transact at Mt Vernon or elsewhere in the county that we Would not be compelled to wait a month or six weeks till the mud rrdried up Eighth It will bring capital into the county in more ways than even the most enthusiastic advocates of pikes has yet even ed of In short it will andimorally religiously mentally financially Now let us draw a pict ure of the other side it is said that even question has two sides But in this case we are almost at a loss when jve try to find arguments a gainst this proposition First and Last and all the Time therLouisville and Nashville Railroad Go will pay nearly half of it Now Mr Opposer wont you be goOd Soraeof the most mouied men of the cpuntV have expressed themselves as being heartily infavor of issuing bonds and building pikes And if those who pay the taxes rein favor of it why we who pay but little taxes haVe bo right to complain It there be a man who objects let him now speak or forever after iold his peace Why cant we hear from all I he regular correspondents on this sub jt tAn1 not only them but any deisires to express We are satisfied the columns of the SIGNAL are always open for the honest discussion of such important matters Buck Varnon wants to know our hiame but at Present though if he will cone over and see us we will oblige him rUle present wS iprefer to remain cV Gitixeq i Cfi t jf r f Ift IAISIDRIA f i oPSaratioferA3 kl Illingr PromolesDigcsHonChrful ness stConla ns 0PiumMorPltiri0 nor nellherI NoTllAncorlC i5 IIiISeed DnJl711 lir full iia0nrn tIrnnr 1lionWorms Convulsions Feverish SLEEPi f Facsimile Signature oF fl NEW YORK EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER I r l1 atWw J fi Th tfYC iJ r li Jl eAMPAI S vcrt- he JH- 1Ki Hot ndth fI c lu Ti- ctivebellyo r oi contest IfIcstr ted lmarlmblo histcry reliable orirstClass Agents Territory Adiircss eeeooe soee eoeeo A0 EDAN WORN TO OCEAN mac167YGG y NP I 5 JI TRY A PARI F t 11VeJji101 KyI r Cuts and bruises healed Chamberlains Pain Balm a third the time ary other boutjl ment will require because Of an tiseptic qualities which cause parts heal without matnreotion For sale by druggist HEARTBURN When the quantity food taken tqo large or quality too rich heartburn is likely to follow and especially if the digestion has been weakedby Eat slowly and not freely easily digested food Masticate the food thoroughly Let six hours elapse and you feel a lnessandleighf the region the stomach alter eating indicating that you have eaten much take ChiandalldruQist 4 tJASTORIA Pot Infants and Lhildrotl cv The Kfi1U Yu saveY Always B Bears the Signature of 1nIuse I For Over I Thirty Year- sCASTSRIA THE i iJ7 iiIy aooe09efla aeOGe800 Oeo mST PUBLISHED I e 3ascaao eW9os oooo TI w11H = ri2 t25t t JI Ii l Qfr oe r k h Byy tjHFtct l a 8van Ln re YO J q Tllus jt h tr 4 tr ioita1 Prittnr ii RcceliI1 Ur L L e his L r Ihret- ot13pio re sl 1lVliihltlve 0bbsedtruthr i nCNUnt or the amrHhm thUt se incidenteo ae and at the same a handbook of facts ec Will be as a bod cf reference for yeas to come Wanted For Unoccupied o THE ROBERT CLARKE COMPANY i PUBLISHERS e Ohioeo o e eeoe woeeeeeoe e o i1i I EI6ukSon a are by in one the to all of is so constipation tub of if qetween meals wheJ Ju in of too 4S Ir ceNTAUR YOK aoy of am attr ork pLi 1N Ld lrnst time that usd V CURB FOR CHOLERA INFAN ITUMMEVERKNOWN infantchildlotcholera iiifiintum The doctors had given up all hopes of recovery I took a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy to the house telltng them tnat I felt sure it would do good if used according to directions In two days time the child had fully re cover d The child is now vigor ous and healthy i have recom mended this remedy frequently and have never known it to tai1Mrs Curtis Baker Bookwalter Ohio For sale by all druggist THE MUST EXCITING GAMPAiSN IN 30 YEARS IS NOW ON nDr- tThs Campaign ffrf g1 U L 0 lit ttt31 15 t E Eli JIll 1 t I f r t O T 13tif0NY ndim1rbSouth iEQULAR RATES = SOcThrss 200TwelveSend for Sample Copies POSTLouisville t F I rL 4 p l J t f jl ift lJI r 1i Yerpir Signal Ait VERNON KY IuLV2o igob utcre4 nt the Ml Vcniwu Postoffice as see iniiCln miif matter t v j I tOUteVILLC ANAEHVitLE RAR Op ll TIME TABLE i f24florth I LOS am 26 north rt J32 am 23 south 157 p n1 25 South 144 a iii JAS4 LtNDRI Agent MASONIC t t MolijiayI 11 j CHURCHES iir Christian Holds services 1st 3r Sunday at llann and at 630 p in r Presbyterian Holds services on the 4th Sunday Baptist ChurchServices on ttie Second Saturday night and Snnday Suuday Bpjioolat 9 a ni every Sunday Prayer tnectrcc J on Tuesday niylits YAT I if y KLOCAL ITEWISa- pcdSpc 6Lv H L Tate is ou the sickiist tKisf week j Jfe Tames Drye left for Middleburg i n iii tSunday Born to the wife of James Proc Iftor a boy U5 LA Ptirdom is here visiting his brother hfs HJ1 Miss Fannie McClure is very sick with Malaria fever Dr Cooper was here on profess i onal business yesterday Sam Reynolds at Pine Hill has i v a child which Is Very low Vijr Deputy Sheriff Wood took Bud t3teel to the asylum Tuesday rT Jones StanforldV Will be here l1 xfveeii takinMorders for tin work Mrs Mary Conn has returned from a visit to her brother WGj Hiattor Ir Rout of Stanford was here this week to organize Jan order of H the Red 1ie1 BoblSie1 Davis entertained quite a party of young folks at her home Saturday evening MiSs Nanncy Vandiver of Stan ford is the guest of Mrs Dr George Lawrence Mrs A Pennington and little Flora aildfElplrence are visitlngrfrel atives in Jackson county- V H Brann man came in Tuesdayfor Dr Pennihgfon for his wife who is seriously ill if I liav- a good Y9urt saddle horse I desire to seUor trade for young cattle C C WILWAMS r Judge audrrs tP IL Collyer W T Short B J Bethurum Dr M Williams J W Baker attended the LouisyillejGonventiou i t One barrel Harv sti1goPil40ct per galloriat HOUK SON Mt VeruonV ICy R L ES1t- Hrve JF Thompson Dunn A J Pke D S Mc Kiuney Ww GJVIuiiins aNdW 8 H fitJones attended the Lexington convention I WeiudrSiandtht C M Cum mins AvilLrbe acaudidatetbr sherifif of Rockcastle in IkCash is an awful hotreptblin but a mighty good man J J iOwingHo are s very busy getting out tlie catalogues for the Rockcastlp Fair Ass cia bon and the Mt Vernon Collegiate t Institute e will have to cut ourf reading matter a Iliftle short this week b- 44 y bfi I irigqr Ashleyr Oweis 1n1e up fromLivjugsto 1 vesterday to visit1- 11Th daug1itr 1iis R JlMfdUns 4 WkF McClarvS willleave next iweekXor Sf Louistbltake a busi ness course wtll 9begone until Clu istinas For iirsiirance of any kind fired life or ac idlt only the a 7iy best companies in they United State Represented Call 1lul Al r bright agent at SIGNAL office I v Save the price of a new suit bY Javirige to clean and repare that old one MIDDLETON Tailor V Stanford Ky JDrs Pennington Lovell and OLavvrence of thi place Dr Coop er of Livingston Dr Childress of Orlando anBr Benton of Brod Hf head allattended the Medical As sociation at Crab Orchard Saturday Drs Childress and Southards be came members J L Joplin is having the store room recently vacated by Mrs Cleo Brown enlarged new floor laid shelves aiidtcounters made for Thep Wesley who vill move his stock of drugs there just as soon as it is completed Willey Parker a i rested Friday night a moonshiner byjthe name of Griffin Caught him just as he was in the act of distributing tW9 gallons among his friends who made an engagement to meet him at a certain place Griffin and the two gallons of whisky were brought here and turned over to the Feder al authorities COUNTY CONVENTION The convention held here Sat urday was themost harmonious one held in many a day The convention was called to order by acting chairman R L Brown D N Williams was made tern vora r ry chairman james Riddle secreta ry and Willie Owens assistant The delegates Irom th e precinct conventions were all on hands and while every thing went for Black yet eveiy member heartily con curred in saying thattbedeino crats would be able to roll iip a better vote this fall for the demo cratic nominee let him be who he may than they have in many 3 ears The following delegates were appointed to go to the Lex t ington Convention Rev A J PikeDr Benton W H Jones VC Mullins D S McKinney Squire J N Brown Judge R G Williams and E S Albri ght l f THAT REPUBLICAN CONVENTION i The Rockcastle Republicans f held their county convention in the CourtHouse here Saturday and while there was a very good crowi in attendance yet it Was not quite as harmonious as it might have been Some wanted instructed and some uninstructed delegates Judge P D Gqlyer county chair man called the house to order Tand called for nominations for tTemporary Chairman The side desiring to send uninstructed dele gates nominated for their chair manJ3i Lewis while the other side placed before the convention the name of Col A4ntlevof Livingston The vote was then taken aha Lewis declared elected by a vote of 99 to 73 Chairman Lewis then appointed a Committee on Resolutions and the resolutions as drawn tip by the committee and adopted by the convention delegated to the Chair man the Power to select these coniiiITtion- ii h 1J f tJJI 1 vljholdingnameithem ovtloutsrde When- Chatrriiah rvi rewisefused to recognize Judge ColyerMfter a motion had been irnrde to adjourn shouts of Redwiue v fheard from oiiei side and responded to from the other by vcries of bolters v I r L VtVBef theConvention had time jivasittcalled to order again by County Chairman Cojyer who desired to organize and hold another convention which was done Col A N Bentley being elected Temporary Chairman of the second one or as the otherside expressed it The Rump Convention The second convention appoint ed itsdelegates and instructed them to cast the vote of Rockcastle for Hon John W Yerkes OfjtiteatNicholasville by Miv Yerkes was tile reason why the convention forihImB J Bethurum Dr John M Williams Henry Wood Peter Shutts uninstructed delegates B N Roller A N Bentley W B Dillioh Judge PD Colyer W T Short instructed delegates EFFORTS FOR GOOD ROADS We hope efforts may never cease till the climax of good roads is hopeVa few more citizens will help statT the hall rolling as JA CITIZEN and BUCK VARNON have done And we trust their efforts are not falling on deaf ears as BUCK VARN ON put it It seems to me that the problem of good t roads could be easily reached in this county with comparatively small effort Let ushayesome publications fon the- subject of the best methods for road improvements And let us allay hold as one people withy will inghands i arid liberal hearts to stimulate the activity of this move meutil Representatives of the different offices of our county should I think call this7 special subject to a general dec psion and dictate plans by which the people will theytwant ood ifoads It is not worth whileto tell aliy mah that he wants good roads for all men know that h they do But we want to tell them the only way to getthem Owin- gttiiefaic otfundsJtis impossible- to comply with the Jlsfor good- oiicisin our county While the cost of the disadvantage to the peo y pie of our county would simply build pikes all over our county withinjtetf years ojvhile4ht t1f same time it would make our farms much more valuable i f 1f f j vi Vv A ROAD COMMISSIONER i GRAND GIFT DISTRIBUTION AEforty Cent Sugar Shell fcreel to Z Every Married Lady EprrdRIrisert name of your paper We believe that the most effec gefsafupleshbnies of the people Therefore weare sendingan elegant sterling silverplated sugar shell such as we sell regularly at 4oc each to every married lady in thetiInited States who writes for it There is noth into pay The gift is absolute Yi will confer a favor upon your lady readers by inakaug this an nouncement iin your paper Each 1adwilfrseitdherthis 1e ny s gift to send to ersons who dont ask for it themselves We give choice of an of our 4 designs and will send illus tmaylbenudelgtJAKER VALLEY MFG CO 7ji ta i s9 1 r 1Z- F1 i F TJ1 e Las i f StLeiigton 1asItherif first onI f i ballot by the Democratic conven- tionr held here An extra session of theLegslatiire will be called at an early date topassanoitfcW partisan election law Z IVM never because the weather Si Jt1fThen why stop taking j t JtIKeep taking it It will heal a 1 1anotherW soc and 100 all druggists 86 I ICYCling ihas Its ups and dow After the downs use if youre cut or BannersalveI the hurt quickly Ic C Davis Co Mt Vernon Dr C1arkBrodhea lan Bros Livingston s k rfSTRAWBERRIES I will have about 3000 plants to dispose cf this fall of my own raising They are tjie rlistripel1ing by May 5 and the largest some measuring 5 inches around Send me your order for the amount you want Price 40 cents per hundred for fall planting S C FRANKLIN Mt Vernon Kyr Men may differ on politics re ligion or finance but all who have tried Banner Salve are agreed as to its worth for cuts burns soles pilesand skin diseases Its the most healing medicine in the world C Cpavis Co Mt Vernon Dr Clark Brbdhead Hagan Bros Livingston Jti WOMENS RIGHTS Many women suffer all sorts of so called female weaknesses simply because their kidneys are out avrightftOknow Foleys Kidney Creis just what is needed by most ailing women C C Davis Co Mt Vernon Dr Clark Erodhead Hagan Bro Livingston BUMPS OR BRUISES Sprain or sores burrsaldswounds or cuts tetteV of eczema all Salveuthe most healing medicine in the worldC sJf HlH Jt Davis CoM Mt Vernon Dr Clark Brodhead Hagan BrorfLiv mgstou MACK ESTES Carpenter and J Cabinet Maker l1tf M1 i Mantles and Hatracks a specialty d rf RJONtSDrcIs STANFORDIYi PhileJNoT 8f j tfifJ rt Office over Higgins McKenney Store T1Traida 1 i r wfi t l noLel I0SEPH COFFEY PROPR t Stanford Ky 7 1 Specially efppelIf6 traveling aiteirneuamp1eroom on firstfloor Bathrooms free to gu Sts RATES z Qoercialt1 0 T Jpsuran e 1 Pfl all li11S frJ v iqy i Call at the Signal office Mi Vernon fXr f I UiENff oj I I t i j44JJ BUY YOUR CI QtbiRt1 Hat 4 H 8hoes fA J4LJit iuVOF jfifeiimins a McClary U Stanford Ky GREEN FRONT is the place to buy Drugs Patent Medicines jewelry Sltionery Cigars and If Paints and Oils Cp Prescriptions Carefully Compounded Prompt Attention at All Times t Call When In Town Vernont5yPhone Matchthi- t SD QE i N tMTlITEEKi f a n 1 BacaCheshould never bp neglected It means kidney disorder which if allowed to run too long iajlbetesCure is guaranteed for the kidneys- C C Davis Cot Mt Vernon Dn Clark Brodhead Hagan Bros LivingstonI QUICK RELIEFFOR ASTHMA Miss Maud Dickens Parsons Kans writes I suffered eight years with asthma inits worst form I had veraloattacks during the last year and was not expected to live through them I began usingI Folevs Honey and Tar and never failed to give immediate relief f V T I have just receiveda complete line cf photo materialand please you in any thing you w canI Mrs S W Davis 33 I Th1J CeIiPi gofi33P i brings joy or pain Its for the mother to decide With good health and Jlstrong womanly organfstn motherhood but adds to A womans attractiveness McEWEES Wfffio Oral ilui takesawayallterrorsbjstrcngtlieningthe babys coming By revitalizing the nerve centres it has brought chubb crowing youngsters to thousands of weak women who feared they were regulatesjwomen vou1d be without it 4roo i sjceialdirections DepartmentThe II tanpoga TenuV rduivn1onth3iatcrIJ FuniishEngs DRUG STORE Tobaccos THE LIST OF WOUNDED who have been iieal d by Banner Salve is very large It heals all wounds or sores and leaves no sear C C Davis Co MtVernonDr Clark Brodhead Hagan Bro Liv ingston COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURT Fourth Mou day in each montb- OUARTERLY COURT Fiist Mon day in January April July and October n CIRCUIT COURT Second Mon yintember MT VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month P A PennJn ton B D SM D DENTST N WCor Third and Chestnu Sts LOUISVILLE KY J Will be at Miller House Mt emoh ouiiglCiuti i C tint f G VV McciURE J W BROWN cCLURE BROWN Attorney s at Iv aw- t MT VERNON KY All business entrusted to our care will Deceive prompt attention Office room No 8 in the old Brick Hotel C C WILLIAMS Aottrncy at law I filt UcrnonKy Office on 2nd floor of nevw brick on Church street Specia attention given to collections L R G WIILIAMS AttprneytLwMT R L btoW1YAT- TORNEYATLAW J MT VEINo N i 1ErTU1rv3V Sj t ecialattenti6n given to cal lectloSVr y k r U= I= rr= = a r ier1eral MelcllFlOdise Mt Vernon Ky I Dry Goods They are here in endless Y quantittcs All the latest styles ifn dreSfe goodsand calicoes 11tl itM1Aittlij f4Q riiM Ii JIiJ tlJ aaLlg W Have a well selected = = i stagTh a liIj8 a largest stock in the bounty to select from Feelalways on hand such Hay and Corn 1Pc3= ===land Stock Crop 1II I Will Walts sold to Jostrphof Chi cago 85 head of shipping Cattle for immediate delivery at 5c Jacob v Grave l his son and soninlaw hsive sold 500 head of heavy cattle qt same prictRedd V roII bought a lot of butcher cattle t 3 4ALexington party bought on Thursday from sam Forsythe 98 head Of export cattle weighing y 1470 lbs at 5 gc from W J Hau Y1tna 35 head of dry lot cattle ot 5C from D L Moore 157 slopfed cattle at 46 a head and from Lillard Brs of Anderson t to head t 4 pet hundred Lexington Gazette t Cattle are dying by thousands in Arizona as a result of the drodth The export of corn iucrrease- from 5 percent in 18g6 to i 14 in 1899 A number of muleschang d hands at Danuille yesteiday at V75 to 129 William Hunter sold to a Gatrard county party a bunch of fat heifers at 40 and to Johnson of Boyle a lot of hogs at 54 cF P Bishop bought of Wilson Alexander a bunch of ewes at3and sold him some South down buck lambs at 8 He sold to J F Ware solve butcher stuff a- 3ir t and bought of kidney Dun bar a bunch of lambs at 4c fr v Lutes Co sold to WilUaih Moser 20 stock ewes at 1350 to a Gar rard coonty paity 201 Mock ewes at saute and two cows and calves to- v Sam McKittrick for 85 They bouught of Fox McDowell t 35 stock ewes at about 3z5InKterior Journal Capt JAi Nash Has sold his twheatt 2400 bushels to SJ- g Pi jKerr at 72 cents This crop was remade on 65 acres of ground yield S rging an average of nearly 354 bush Hels to the acrethe largest yield we jl bate heard Qf this i season = Win cicnesterSunl J1J l iY f 7 x ya ORLANDO Yl JI Church at Mat Roek Sunday was largely attedded by people from all over the county Mr W 1 Dooley auti family of Mullins Station were visitingat our place Sunday Miss Ella McClure of Winchester neighIborhtiod Mr O M Van Cleave is doing some more nice painting for G T Johnson this week Three of Pine Hills prettiest girls Miss Anna and Bertie Mc Hargue and Miss Rosa McFerron were visiting at Rev Williams Sat alsodpresent for church at Flat Rock Mr Chuff Clark has quite a sick child 9fjwere at Johnsons Saturday and Sunday Mr Ed Jones of Mt Vernon was over at our little town Sunday Mrs Delia Hundley of Auster Htz Ky is spending a few days with friends in this neighborhood Mrs Frank Mullins is very sick this week Mr Geo ReameS has a very sick child carFouternight Mr Grover Johnson of Climax 6spent Sunday with his brother G T Johnson of this place Dr Childress is having quite a lot of work to do this week more sickness than usual in this vicinity A3orThe Kmd vauHyeAIw8YsBourhf BXI the SlKiiatir rf- r L i pCd QJ d li orrJJdt O- Q fj Q rno 0 Q JJ 1c 3 3000 L7 tJ w H MU MARKETS r Crr eottMl each vek hv Hou Sun Mt Veriioii Ky + Arbtirkles CoflW tjJt 141 f Flour No 1 per Vi Vel 7 Belle of Uiicoln fJ er hrl A f Daisy flour per MrYtA 4 I abelle flour 475 Bacon per Ib ice DanM Boone Soap 3 cakes 5c r t Star Soap 3 cakes loc Rice No i pet lbiZe i r 7cextraS d5cPpJ t Sorghum best homemade gal 400 Shrpstuff per hundredJ 00 t j Calico all the best brands cc Calico all grades 5c S unri4r 1ClothmgLard roe in small lots 9cts in i 50 lb lots or more Northern seed oats none on hand Corn 25 bu or more per bu 6sIr Corn lots less than 25 bu 65C f tTimothyPotatoes per bu 75c a Eggs per doz 7 H Feathers per Ib 400 Cattle extra shippers 475 to 500 Cattle common 2 75 to S 4 00 e Hogs best heavies 5 o Hogs medium 4 95 IHogs roughs 375 to 4 4- 0Sbeeextragoodr 425 tO 44c Shep1 common 300 td 375 h 3C3CD t J Lads from tffiWERNJZ will give day front the r o 0 V r1 ro O fJiCDW r C lOlj tt fJ Q iw tenU f rt t ro D D tthi S o 01wpj ro UJ 4 0c JJr rt t 1 r JQD r t i t Theree iio hoodYoull Youll find every to go to the and nd l A4r4thingPARIS Pond APOu ustofear 100013 11s 15Ia 17 18ri9o o Sfr s UIZSEa live Stock Trotting Pacing Running Mule Races Free ttraotionsTHE HUNGARIAN BOYS MILITARY BAND S5 Fine direct Hungary in Dally Concerts 35 FA61- llY6MCi1iSERSG Aerialists Supreme Thoee lebrated families FREEPERFORMANCES each in of grand t0 ryq HE BILIWOKTH FAM- ILY8l1ElmERS 8 Acrobats rhe OAJJWill include the most gorgeous exteI of amuse ment features the best and highest aggre gation of Oriental and modern noVelty under one management TOtJ CANT E W SHANKLIN Ky clhslohratks oh li railads See bills standGFP lives when hydropho still number world you who disease harm mad die Penactsa Female Gcrstles 11 IHAS MADE IT POSSIBLE FOR MY iVOMAH TO CURE HERSELF AT NOME disease bt weakness without any of a physician fierarisf oil example emnnDatlonorthe8crvlcesII be quoted DEJl lfLLYBENEFITED IhaveusedyptifarF PlGitfliei9 Female BEllIs benefited me I wanted fore writing so as to out exactly what it would tlie7areI cannot say too much in retard to1 itsmcnts CtjSErir4tiEORDoocietT TXtll ft I Druggists ll QrFr P i 30000 the the Joar cue U OCtullJ COTered tJr our trMb Y tit1lom9mcoto 11Gent e t Co Chttaaooga Tens For Sale by Davis Co Mt Vernon K If STOPATTH J EIGIi1Q J3LESHOTEL i fi SS w Po rttOPfI Itj G fi N Ir w r t l ClothingI We have a mammoth f stock of Clothing and can suit the most fastidious Our prices per suit range from 750 to X20- If you need anything in this line calland see us BOOT3SHO3 IAll styles kinds and quality We handle nothing but the f bestthat is our reputation twe have made iIfJou are sick all over and dont know just what ails you its ten to one youf kidneys are out of ordcI- Foleys Kidney Cure will bring e11etgyIC C Davis j Mt Newton Dr Clark Bfocftfcadj Hagati Bro f LivingstonI When yoti want modefrr trp to date ph sic try Chamberlains Stomach and lUvet Tablets They are easy to taker atid pleasant hi effect Price 25 cents Samples all drugstores Any adyertisedvdealer is authoi ized to guarantee Banner Salve for tetter eczema piles sprains cmtsy scalds burns tlleers ands any open or old sore C C Davis Cdiy Mfc Xeinoili f Dr Clark Broteai Hagau Th jft Livingston r THE BEST iEEDY tfftfc STOMACH ti MD BOWEL TROOTE s I have been in the drug business for twenty years and have sold mos all the proprietary medicines of any note Among the entire list I haye never found anything to equal Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for all stonv ache and bowel troubles says 0W Wakefield of Columbus Ga This remedy cured two severe cases of cholera mOrtus inm fam ily and I have recommended afn r sold hundreds trliy customers to their entire atisfac snreIcure1Y should be wid10Ut t I keel in my house at all times I dr1 shle- lby druggist CURED BRONCHIAL TROUBLE Chas 03 Davis 1071 W Congress St Chicago says suffered for years with bronchial trouble and tried many kinds of medicines without relief until I begin taking Foleys Honey and Tar which cur ed me Take no substitute C C Davis do Mt Vernon Dr Clark Brodhead Hagan Bro Livingston Insurance of all k dsat the inal Mt IT ernon WA CARSON Painter and Paper Hanger Brodhead Kentucky All work firstclass and guaranteed to give satisfaction lone No I MT VERNON LIME COMPANY Manufacturers fPf lime and brick lJW afc fish Lime BttiJHjng t h3toe quarry face er out formers prom tly filled L c X43 1 FOR ST RATIONAL II SANK IIOF I O bO Ki ea etch11 5ooob Surplus i5ooo rr- V BOREING M HOPE resident VicePresidnt- JIt M AISON Cashier W fWANlyjUR BtfsIiriss MiJer Hki HUGH M LR PREP R Rreadq arte for Comlrlt ia Mferi1 l ins1lcHotel Frith IF FRANGlSCQiPf6pr Located at the Depot B dheaf trGood Livery Attached Meet all Trains Day and Night MHTravelingaid men Solicited Win fur lunches forall trains