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JCC 1 ount r it er f I1O04n fl4L l YOU 1 tE Xl VI X11 VEI NON OC1 OASTLE COUNTY KFRIDAY JULY 27 1900I NUMBER 44 CTELL MY FRIENDST BE BRA VE AlrtJ FEARLESS AND LU YA L TO THE GREAT 1l1lJfON PEOPLE ALL b0RTS Married couples in Norway are privileged to travel oh railways at a fare and a half The first thimbles were made in Holland They were brought to England in 1695 Benjamin V Beckcs was killed oV taking headache medicine at vinceiines Ind Tue Empress Theater London lisa stage so large that there is space on it for6oou people George dpuldsold his fiha yacht Atlanta to the Columbian Govern nVent for a gunboat Forty persons were injured in a street railway accident at Niles 0 several of them seriously A locomotive jumped the track near Saltillo 0 and fell sixtyfour feet killing the engineer Spanish girls who make the famous fans oF Valencia are paid about twentyfive rents a day- Russian H law allows a man to marry only four times and he must marry beforeite is eighty or not at all A San Francisco woman who owns a hotetin that city has been joined in matririlotiy tb her elevator boyII The weekly bank statement t shows increases in mlphis reserves specie legalvtenders and citcula tion 1 II i k Ili The great forest fir wliicH Has J been raging in the Gape Cpd dis trict of Massacliusettsis nude r control l Spain tjas njprct sunshine than any country in Europe Tfie aver age is sooottburs In England i is 1400 c t 1 he largest hotel in the world with a capacity pf 5000 guestsfis being built at ofJthe Sultan Sheets blankets pillows and coverlets or counterpanes were tre quent subjects of bequest in the midple ages The three t4rpldv daughter of Morris Levin a merchant at Terre Haute was scalded to1 d ath by tunrning ter a coffee pBt1 i TT ct Oii4 off the fete parts of Windsor Castle jvhic1i has remained uuchang feel since its first construction in 116415 the ropal kitchen The aiiioUnt of iiationai tank stock held by v o ieu iii Aiiierica is estmiateed at 126060600 and i Hatett Dr Castro who is on trial ad Terre Saute on the charge of burning his drug store has been sued by one of his clerks for heavy damages for the alleged alieiiationV of his wifes affec- tionsCASTOR IAFor Infants and Children- Ths KM You Hays Always Bought I theSignature u POSSUM HOLLOW Level Green Truly the Lord has blessed us ngaears to mix with beans laters cu kumbers and tomatoes will be here in a few short days wont we farm ers live happy then Our school began this1 weel with P H Shutts at the helm No one but Betsy I to look after the chickens tslvp tthg pigs milk churn and dd 50 other chores per deim per day Now tyonjt Ve be busy n Mrs C D Burij tt Vtheg0nfirm ed invalid and sunVrariof whpni we have written before died Friday r i She bore her great ajBiqtions for 3 long years withAchristian fortitude = never murmurilpJlio atniessuf- fering intense pain Yes we were ctle convection at Lexington Set ujxViththe bobs all night sawtlieard theni non fiat Beckhani rt looked the Blue H Grass city over and the country between lie and there but dry weather was greatly itfnjuriqg the crops so dry thai in many places fire from the engffi had burned ihe iyieldsNow Beckham ts nominated for I saw it with my IownleJrF s and heard it with my ears SQ the proper thing to do is to ego forward and elect him Yes elect hiiii we must and elect him eve W111in spiteaf all opposition for fete edict has gone forth I beliv thugs It t We are much pleasedrtbs that we have a few men of back bone enough in the cDunty 9 ta orlie put bonny for good roads pike srardlesj of corisetiiiencesITjiefe are scores of the best men in the t county who favor the project bat for various reasons they ire not outspoken t Jji 1 Now gentleman it this Is carrIed toryou t knowthWa heaetp public sentiment isfie be gin ning corner theli vly not Help wor totgriuc but jvvpuld love Id be an humble ins raiment for the Benefit of my fellowmountYmenll e Every reasonable roan who has given tlje mattany Serioud hpught jctiow thC Wvemeht td DC right All admit thatrde need go d f6afls and that the only way to havelhem is to MAkETtEif Oh butu we heara chorus of voices say they will costsome thing we will have to be tadYes IJ11 readily a mitttiat 50 miles of pike in the county Wilt cost about 5d6ob but the tax will be so adjusted that property holders and theLS N R RWitfay nearly half of the expenseti Now only think ofihat = And eve can biiild the roads ourselves furnishing employment at good wages for our own pec pte and keep the money witlii us thereby reaping aj double benefit at the same time aud the roads be paid for arid we hardly kno W the difference in taxation J jWeourthQuse- In less than six years ifJ mistake not and they cost onethird the amoualrof 50000 This I men tion to show how much more easily we can build and pay for pikes I than we might at first suppose The landowners of th county through whose farms they run we are satisffed will cheerfully give right of way and a little additional aid too Now come gentlemen talk right out in meeting and help put the ball in motion and keep it rolling until something is accomplished Dont be afraid to sign up for we would love to know whqii helpingWe aid from every source regardless ofage sex color poli iieSvjOr previous condition This is bno means a party question but cfmceins all alike rich and poor farmer and teamster republican and democrat Very truly iif BUCKVVARNON 3tE c fcd RODHEAD j 2C t iMfSsJ Mollie Houkof near Mar tsburgls visiting Mrs Mary Albright tms week Some twentyfive persons from Brodhead attended the camp meet ing near Preachersville last Sunday MasterSEd Totten Trad George PHthh a very severe attack 9 J bilious fever this week v y i y I Mrs Sarah Tot ten vhp has 6 been veryick is novyvable to setup two or tnreelieurs each day Mr Charley McWhcArtei and wifeof Casey county sister of Mils j Sy Albright visited Mr tnf Mrs lbrig t last week Dick Rigsb and his best girt spent Satiijday and Sunday with tfr Tlm Hamm of the Glares and reroftdvery pleasant irip i Mrs lL S Martin has returned y front a visit to friends at Junction Ci Y J H Dunn ose ofour hustling merchants COOk in the democratic convention at Lexington and then riade afiyiup trip to Georgetown and took in the trial of Caleb Powers He also visited the jail at the latter place and had a look at the Prisoners confined therein charged with conSplracY4Jh tlassassina ion of thehtte William E Goebel c John Robers claims to have the fattest pacer on record He ittvitesI- tlilqse in the ssection blUetsvp Irish to tter to meet liim dt our Fait Agiist 291 jqand 3 1 yH 6nyeV still tofntinues very it dv v lMis Siisiefeiltdfi was stung by i kissing bug while taking a drink b f water catiirfingfeer to suffer eon siderable capture- dSlid pladed on exhibition alidjiroVeil to be ageuuine kissing bhg x ORLANDO JyC Childress and others were pyerat Mt Vernon they first of the week anies Hammv was fined ItdbdiiJ the cost in S uire GatJifFS court atj this place Tuesday for abusive land guage JudgeColyer George Griffin and Marshal Short of Mt Vernon were present Mrs David aswell Jr is very sek this weekn i Tom Anderson who has been wth the bridge crew for some time came h01 Tuesday very sick Woods v Fish have their new stor completeda iVliss da Cliild te S is ji letter this week MrsJGT Johnsonvisited h me- folks afc Disputauta Saturday and- Sunday Mr Oscar Hayes who is clerk rag for Q T Johnson visited his parentsat Wildie Sunday Oscar iS a good boy and a splendid clerk ft Mrs Belie Hundley returned to f nefhome at Austerlitz the first qf t tQ week J Major Elliott def engineer of J the Lr i N R Cotggetliei v with Judge Chi au1t and Jerry Syl 7 Ilanspent Sunqlayioiv oursJ4QW gettingn tored hotfcand no doubt theyrwill gffl to work m the near future Carter Childress Ifelh4s been1 very sick for several da vs Elza Langfprd sold a lice little horse fb George Evansfor 36 the t other Say fSi Manyrthousandsi have peen re toredtohealth and hapiness by the ase ipf Chahiberlains Cough RemedY If afflictedwith any throat ofluug tfbtibi give it a trial J rit is ertaiii to prove beneficial jpughslhatlisve resisted all other treatment for years haVe Yielded to this rerifedy and effect healtH been restoredCases that seethed lopelesd tin thfe cliniafe ot fa lions health resbstsfaild to benefif have been permanently cufed by its l se Beat in hiitid that every bottle IS wairantcd and if it does not rove beneficial the money wiA be refunded to you Fbi Sale by all Dru gist STARVED HAIR 1b S low- growth comesfrom of hair food hair has no life It is starved It keeps coming getsnthinner 1ad spot iPpPear thew Actual baldness The only good hair irQ- yip tl can buyis It- f eed1s of hair The Awn HaIr svorthe roots stops starvation and the hair grows thickand long It cures dandruff f also Keep a bottle of it on your dressingtable ys restorers color tto faded or gray hair Mind Ve say Ways 100 a bottle lil druggists I have fonmlvypur Hair Vigor to be the1l asti remedy I liavo over tried for tlia liaih My Lair waS falling out ie bad so 1 thought l vbtthV try a 1ttlooLit used pnlyiuno pttlerafldjitny hair out and it snow real longNA OUXTPASTLK July 28 1898 Youkers NY Welt thm Dmctor He wIll send his book on The Hair and Scalp Ask him any ques tins you about your hair pBaJCAYEitf Mass free First National Bank OF STANFORD KY Capital Stock 5100000 Surplus 17320 DIRECTORS Jk W Hayden WP Walton J H Collier M D Elmoiu G Rid T P Hill S H Baughman W A Nibble IVIT Miller and S T Harris We solicit the accounts ol the citizens of Rockcastle and adjoining counties assuring tfreirf prompt and careful attention to all busi ness correspondepeeJny J S fIA A McKINNEY Asst CashierS r LYER OWENSrg11J UNDERTAKERS Baskets Coffins Robes Etc Kept in Stock Orders by Mail Telegraph or Telephone Promptly filled BRODHiEAD KENTUCKY The Lincoln CountvIJ NATIONAL OF STANFORD KY Capital looooo Successors to Farmers Bank Trust CO STANFORD KV- aniagementAnd continuously under same m for 29 Years Solicii jWf Bank accouftt hoping such business relations will prove material profitable and v plaaanfDIR CTORS J T Williams S H Shanks A W Carpenter JE Lynn ViUiam Gooch J B ChVsley 1 J5 Owsley Sir- J F Cash WHCuninth i sH SHANKS President J B OWSLEY Cashier j W M BRIGHT Asst Castiief t GO TO A JONAS MCKENLIVERNQNS KY Everything Dry Groqtls ClothMg Boots Merchandise Shoes and General BEST GtiODS AT LIVING PRICES WILLIS BANK GRIFFINt Ftctica1 Undertaker and PUNERAL RECTOl Mt Vernon Ky Keeps XSomjis Caskets Robes Linen Bosoms Cuffs and Collars furnish Metallic Caskets and have idone on short n6- c7 J tice and easy terms f Orders by t tegraPhor telephone promptly attended to day and night w WITHERS cTS Great FurniturevEXjPOsffipN will open on July 4th and run r through to September ist This enormous stock will be slaughtered in order to make room for jaew fan goods This means just what it sayswe are y going to have a firstclass show and eveiy pur chase will be a bargain W W WITHERS STANFORD EY MtVtrnn Signal FRIDAY JULY 27 1900 Pu lishedeverYFrid by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT c SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO fPjr Advertising ratesr made known on V application DEMOCRATIC TICKET- s For President W J BRYAN of Nebraska JV For Vice President ADLAI STEVENSON Qf Illinois 3i tor gcpgresg t HON G G G1LBERV j tf of Shelby For Governor 1 Gov J C W Beckliam r of Nelson McKinley for at least one time during his administration has con eluded to adopt a sensible plan in regard to the Chinese situation We dont know who told him but he has conluded to withdraw our troops from China just as soon as the Americans who are there can be rescued We were of the opin ion that since expansion was his hobby that he would undertake to make an Americancitizen of every little Mongolian The trial of Caleb Powers still 4 continues at peorgetowh The prosecution up to yesterday had examined fifty witnesses and yet y there are more to follow The evi ence so tar is of a very damaging sort and if not met by the defence we don t see how Cal is going to extricate nimself We are not in favor of any innocent person suffering but if there is anything in circumstantial evidence Caleb Pow ers only is not guilty but many be the accessories to the murder ot Governor Gqebel No doubt but that his blood is upon hundreds everything points in that direction While there are thousands of gpod men in the Republican party who greatly deplore the assassination of Governor Goebel there are other men and not a few dJJer who uever slept a better nights Sleep than the one following the death of I Mr GaebeL It is strange and in fact past understanding liow any lone can prayto his Gotland then rejoice In the death of his fellow 11lan h lois now demonstrated beyond Jrthe possibility of a lUmbt that the Democrats of Keniuckv desire an amendment to the election law that ftttiili divest it of any semblance of what its enemies pkstc to call par Jtanism and we confidently believe that Governor BeteL ham will call t an eMAraajgssion of the Lc isl4ture- toI makettiditnutrtldments as will not leawe shadow o an excuse for thejjast partisfMj Reoublican in i the State to be 11 ping about honest election ile very thing a great many of Uicii dont want it Thetruth of itv Matter is let Repnblicansdohil v n the election lilaw amended aunt iUdht have Governor Beckhnn x call ali ex forrhatp ulrpose for ciuz t hole world and all it contain t ThlYliStd itIi itiol capital l fonce and no lOltltl s ctned many a iVt thereby an4li au tiling men grab it straws w tilt Repub tI A4 cans clip Tto 1c + neon law ihich bearslhet t hat hat larit ender oQrrWilliam EtGpebe1 r It was the will of Mr Go tel himself the lkw having proved in adequate for the purpose it Avas in tended rto have it amended Not that we contemplate the de feat of Governor Beckham but we simply want the election lay as fair as itcan possibly be made Kentuckians are proud of tfrejr yjcehpoliticians to believe they are being derived of that Godgiven privilr ege thev cast their votes against him on whom they believe rests the blame White we were for Mr Black for the Domination for Governor and so expressed ourselves we are now for Governor Beckham till he is elected by the handsome majority p of fifteen thousand Mr Beckham his shown himself to be a leader that no one need be ashamed to fol lofff During the troublesome time gt Frankfort when Governor Gqebel had been assassinated the cits was placed under martial law ss pen d speradoes under the guise ofjjsoldiqre paraded the streets when the Legislature was driven from the capitol and dispersed from everyvpace it attempted to assem ble when the Court of Appeal were forced to abandon their usual place ofmeeting on account of the pres ence of the militia and the fear of some of them losing their lives when the writ of habaes corpus had been suspended when the as sassin marked his mail when every Democrat who dared remain at his post of duty was a hero unsurpassed even by those gallant Spartans at the Pass of Thermopylae then Governor Beckham conducted himself in a way that caused the civil jz d world to admire him for his courage integrity and intelligence Napoleon himself never showed greater generalship Always cool and self possessed he led us through those trying times and averted the bloodshed that seemed almost inevitable Now if this be true which no One has a right to dispute then havent we a leader which any partyshould be proud to follow It is alleged that he is young which is true But Alex ander at his age had conquered the known wolrd and Richard Menitee had proved himself to be the equal of Hem y Clay as or ator and statesman It shows youinien what can be accomplished and spurs them on to great deeds Not only in those trying times has he shown himself to toe a leader but also ia securing the nomination tor governor end when the ides of November shall have passed away it will still be Governor BeckhamtT- lie killing of two policemen in New Orleans Wednesday uight by a negro caused a general uprising- iii it which severallnegroes were killed The IIIOD which over powered the policemen just roamed the streets shooting cutting or knocking in the head every negro they met The governor has called out the militia to Preserve peace All works where col ored hands were employed has suspended work r Everyday that the trial continues the tighter the cords are drawn around Caleb Powers The attorneys lor the prosecution say they have already a sufficient amount of proof to inirehi s cop viction iThis the attorneys for the defence clearly see sonowi seeinsto be their object to place the blame on Youtsev t vv B I R 1 0D H E A D 11 if j f 1 Fairt d AIAA h r 1t rf z9it i 30 fi land J 1i t Ir 4y l l 1J ioii1odz1 J r MR EDITOR The subjects ofpikes hagf been- bearingio heavily cm ray mind that Ive hada dreama leasant dreani in regard tothe matter I dreamed that it was ifajb a beauti ful May morning and tjlht after an absence of ten years sjen in different parts of the wo ld Ahad re turned to my natiyfe laud one e again to visit the ones o my childhood taste the pure sp ing water that bubbles forth from every hillside and breath the fresh mountain air It was indeed a pleasant sight that presented itself to my view when I alighted from the train at Mt Vernon There were so many porters at the station I hardly knew which way to go but upon healing a porter say Hotel de Miller I gave him my grip and wended my way over to the hotel which was furnished to a queens taste After partaking of a sumptious repast I went out for a drive over the town which had now grown to be a good sized city and soon found myself gazeing at some ot the most magnificent buildings I ever saw the city had been rebuilt the old houses had been re placed by stone and brick End Mt Vernon wasa city of twenty five thousand inhabitants witn streetcars electric lights waterworks ice plants machine shops whole sale houses and manufactories of various descriptions- It was an uptodate city in ev ery respect and tlie people wore an air of thrift and independence worn only by those who enjoy ihe pleasures of this life I was bewil dered and lost in amazement and could hardly beleve my own eyes to think that Mt Vernon had grown from a village to a city iu the short space of ten years After spending the night at the Hotel de Miller IJ then started to visit my old home behold the roads were macadamized And too I noticed fine dwelling houses school houes church houses built of brick all Yalong the route 1 came to the home of Buck Varnon and Buck was living in a mansion He chanced to be sitting oil the veranda arid recognized file and haying J n been my teacher in earlier Gays he insisted on my remaining over night which I did without much f reluctance In the course ofourtt conversation after supper the sup ject drifted to the changes which had taken place during my sojourn in other parts and I asked Buck to tell me how it was that Rockcastle had changed so much in so short a time I supposed it was pr bally on account of the political complexion of the President But Buck saidno that he Lad come o the conclusion that presidenrsdidnt play o great- a c part as he used to think in matters of that kind Tie Leyto the4 solution said he is this you re member when you left here a few people were advxicatin pikes- wehthose pikes have Kr n built I from one side of the omuiy v to the other capital has fluuti in and weare today a happy and porspe- Peopleindeed r avvoktfHt i flu d it alla a dream but ther is pleasue even in a dream iike ibis Lets all put our shoiili rs ip the wheel and see that it1q dream but a pleasant real ty I really dont believe there is a erson iu the county who has tli nerve to say any thing againsi ru ifyjii xrF 1 s uIar rj The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne the signatnre of and made under his sonal since infancy Allow no to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Plcasacnt It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotio substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend r CENUINE has CASTORIA Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THC GOLDR t1EALTI1 It is seldom you can have your choice but health yon can have if you use G F P Thedeli li phys ical organization of woman under the conditioner life as they are to day requires that same care and constant Tea justmcnt as does the com plex mechanism of a fine watch G PP PANACEA J every organ It cures all forms of Womb and Ovarian trouble iciucln Whites Prolapsus Painful or Suppressed Menses etc and nieti Child birth and Change of Life easy and painless MRS BENTON SMITHS CURE 311wflt with peculiar to her sex for three years md was nneblo to do nr11hhrAi ter using two bottles of a 11 CnU Paste Pusera she is now entirely cured and cnn do nil cf her own wok Sho weighs more than over boforo in her life and I feel that I cannot say enough in praise of It We rocommend it to suffarlnc women BE TON SMITH Garland Tuna Druggists Sell G F P STRAWBERRIES Iwill have aboutIooo plants tb dispose cf this fall of my own raising They are the earliest ripennVg by I lay5- and the largestsome measuring 5 inches around Send me your or der for the amount you want Price 40 cents per hurdled fur ill planting S C FRANiiiJN Mt Vernon Kti Cuts and bruises are healed by Chamberlains Pain Balm in a bout one third the tithe ary ether treat inent will require because ot its an tiseptic qualities which cause the parts to heal without matureotiuu For sale by all druggist HEARhgLRN l When the quantity of focldta len is too large or quality too rich heartburn is likely to fellow and especially so if the djgsnou ties been weaked by cojistiation Eat slowly and nort tuo freelv oJWas51y digested food Masticate the food thoroughly Let six hour elapse qetween neajh and when 3In feel a fullness andeight inthe region of the stomach attar eating w i c ting that you have eaten too nwiutake one one ot Ghanii erlaMrs Siorjaoh and Liver Tablets and iiu tHan burn may be avoided FIArsalit all druggist 7 Ul 1 l iZW fdt2tGI Y tZNtitSfv actott cif zpoeitionsCost offall lln taps Course including Tui E1O6HOaTAl6t9TTbe Kentucky Unisersity Diploma under teal awarded graduates Literary Oonmo free fctlNvaeatien Graduatca onlyWILBURNot KeniueJey University refcrcM axd nclTlvl000IlIidIfl tslxattidanceIwtyear been per supervision its one ALWAYS Strengthens iesand uBat0 heartilr If your case not folly covocod liy our Own nook writinL Gentle d Ce Chattanooga Tenn GRAND GIFT DISTRIBUTION A FortyCent Sugar Slell Free tB Every Married Lady paperfthe advtrtisingWfcCan do is to get samples of our goods into the homes oft the people Therefore Uve are sending an elegant sterling ilverT plated sugar shell such us we sell regularl at4oc each to every married lady in the United States who writes for it There is not jug to pay The gift is absolute You will confer a favor upon your lady readers by making this an lunmcemenrin your paper Each ladywillSend her name onlyas this too valuable a gift to send to trsol1s who dont ask for it thin selves Wegivechoice of au of illustrationsne nude QUAKER VALLEY MFG CO Morgan and Harrison Sts Chicago q J THE LISTOF WOtSfeED who have been ledby Banner hcalsalIIInoscarICC Davis Co Mt Vernon Dr lrk Hrodhe3d Hag nn gluetiv iagsi011 w a Backache should never b iiegV Died It means kidney disorder which if allowed to run iojajpngv i1tit1e3fatal tcuiplaints Foley s Kidney Cure is guaranteed lor the kidneys C C Davis QP h1Yepon Dr ClarK Brodh tt ijrrQs tyi RSl9lfJlfil f r Mt Vernofl Signal r Mt VERNSN KY JULY 27 1900 Entered the Mt Vcrnt fie Portoffice ns tte imiclnis mall mnttcr t I I LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE R R cJ TIME TABLE 24 north 1105 a in 26 north 132 am 23 south i57 P rii 25 South I44a m JAS I ANDRUM Agent I MASONIC Ashland Lodge No 640 meeis lid Mou nay 10 A ni CHURCHES Christian Holds seificesrst 3r I Smiday at 11 aiD and attf30pm Presbyterian Holds services on the 4lh Sunday Baptist Church1 Services on the Second Saturday night and Sunday Sunday School atJ a m every Sunday Prayer meeting on Tuesday nights 7 6Yv y LOCAL ITEMS Mrs Charley Simpson has typhoid feverAMrs Hiram Joy of Pine Hill is visiting in Tennesee- M C illerin ill from Dayton 1 eiiiivisiting home folks Mrs David Wood has been on the sicllist for several days Sam Reynolds baby of near Pine Hill died lasts Sunday morn ing N Dr Thomas isrorking ona tel r ephone line from Livingston to London There will be a reunion of the Blue and Gray Woodstock Aug 151017 r r Miss Tannic McClure still cbn tinues veryc sick no improvements fiver last week Mrs Ewers will leavein a few hays for Indiana where she will join her husbandI Mrs Sam Pennington was biought to her fathers f Sunday itvery sick with fever Mrs Jonas McKenziewho has been sick for the past two weeks is very much improved Mesdames T W Gregory and W T Carey ol Lebanon junction are the guests of Mrs Essie Pain terMrs Matilda Wood is with Walk Gentrys wife near Pine Hill Mrs Gentry lias been sick for sometime lwt Be sure and read carefully the r doublecolumn advertisement of G T Johnson of Orlando wukh ap pears in this issue- R L Brown will commence his school at Brodhead Monday ext Miss Helen Thuniaon will ehis sssistaut SmilingBa ve Jackson vais here to see our merchant Monday They are always glad fo see him come around Mr and Mrs J J Lawrence returned DaytonTeiinesee where hehas been work ing in a telegraph die Mrs L V4B thuruni returned Saturday from Middlesborovery much improved in health She J brought with her Jier two sister- Misses Zula and Fannie Jones The Mt Vernon Band has the following engagements for the summer Nicholasyille Au g 2 and 3 Woodstock Augi i5i6andi7 Brodhead1 Aug 20 nd3 r Bar fbourville Sept 5J5an1 i ti Pr 0 Judge Alcorn was here Tuesday leaving Tuesday afternoon for otiIlegalDusiness ss tc r mond will join the pact that went from here Lov ab tspringsl- aud spend a day lth 1ll j There were tour applicants in the county examination held last Friday iand Saturday Two received first das certificatesaid two second class James Qr vfrdSr administra of the estateof W G Adams deceased was here the first of the week arranging some matters conjnectedjwith it Judge Williams who has been suffering severely for the past two weeks with a rising in his head went to Stanford Tuesdayto have an operation performed- W F McClary and wife left Wednesday night for St Louis where Will will take a business course They will return to Mt Vernon about Christmas- W R McClure came down from Jelico Sunday to see his daughter Miss Fannie whom we reported very sick last issue She is no bet ter at this writiugy For iusuiee of any kind firee life or accident only the very best compauie in the United State represented Call on E S Al bright gent at SIGNAL office Mrs Bert Owens mother of GeoigeMullins who was killed in the bridge disaster at Calvary a few weeks ago has compromised with the railroad company for 4500 Jas T Adams returned Friday from Garrard county where he had been for the past two weeks haying his wheat crop threshed He says he had an exceedingly good crop Mrs A C Franklin of Athens Ky mother ot our foreman S C Franklin who has been with him during iis illness of the past three weeks returned home Tuesday last A new firm will open business here August 1st Boband Ed Cox will compose the firm and the style of the firm will be CoX Bros They will use the building which is now occupied by Theo Wesley Willie Mullins why raS been in Texas for the past tvvd years with his brotherinlaw James Crawford paid relatives a visit here the last of the week He will return to Texas in a few days where he will teach school this fall This is the week which a majority of the editors are taking off Probably the most attractive place the party will visit Rill be Duluth Minn which if from no other cause was made famous by the speech delivered in Congress by Hon Proctor Knott The bank which the citizens tf our town have been trying to get for so long is now sure to come The stock has all been subscribed and 3000 more than is needed leaving out 2000 of the orignal vassubscdbedfIThe bank will commence business September 15th JA Craft and Col R L Ewe of London and W A Morrow of Somerset were here this week assisting the local attorneys C c1 Williams Bethurum Bethuruui PpesYition in the Wilson case which was taken to Frankfort Tuesday to be presented to Governor Beck ham asking fbr the pardon of Wil ton From whatwe can gather there are betw en 3 o rand 4000 signatures to the petifioh asking ifsbr his releases iJit Jj JllC if1 jt NOTICE Is Kave beer sick for some time and am in debt Therefore notice is hereby gllcntb all persons owing nie and uiioseviiidebtedrifess is past due tocail and pay men whole or part b the 15thi of August orh eiwise they cart settle with my at torney This lfijpiice will appear but once jK McClARY Minor Fish who went into the depot here about six mouths ago to learn telegraphy has been examined by the chief dispatcher Westorfield arid pronounced thor oughly competent to hold down an office He has charge of the office AgentIlodge Minor has broken the recoid in learning in six months what it took many two years to learn and before many years we predict that he will have something better than a little Railroad office- ADAMS FISTULA SALVE manufactured by J W Adams Co Paint Lick Ky is meeting with ready sale everywhere Per sons who have used it say its a marked success and a sure cure for Fistula Poleevel S wee ney Scratches Enlargements Greasy Heel Etc It is sold on a written guarantee and money refunded if not as represented For sale by Ueeo Wesley druggist Mt Ver non Ky 443 m- 0LIVINGsTON P3 x I3C3C Thesick of our town are all very much improved Mrs J R Ssucky went to Rich mond Sunday and will attend the fair at that place Mrs Merrimee wife of dispatcher t is visiting her sister in Chicago Mr and Mrs H D Magee was with friends iii Crab Orchard the first of the week- Dispatcher Wright arid wife are visiting relatives in Parksville Mr andMrs J T Blankenship was visiting at Conway Sunday Mrs Earnest Thompson of Lebanon Junction is with her parents Mt and Mrs Alford Owens at this place Miss Hellen Mahan returned to her home in London after a lengthy visit to Mrs Will Write Mr Rhinehart ison an extendid business trip in Tennessee and other parts Miss Berdie Anderson of Crab orchard is visiting here sister Ms Ida Chumley Mr aid Mrs W R Dillon has returned from Craborchard where they attended the funeral of their brother Dock Dillon Prof Bickerson opened his school in the Caloway district Monday Alford Wallen has moved from the Glades to this place amif Has a position at the coal loading coal Mrs Heartly and children will move back to Lebanon this week Married last Monday in Mt Vernon Gabe Martin and Miss Lana Mink of this place were united in matremony The boom across Rockcastle river which hold the sawlogs belonging to the firm of Bowman Cockrell broke Monday and caused considerable trouble but little clamage The youngest child of Mrs El rnofehas heed placed in care of Mrs Jerome Adaais uirtilhis mot er returns from the hospifte which irf f a iyillprobly be in a fe iweeks1if SUHllDer COldS are noted for hanging on They weaken your throat 1and lungs and lead to serDustt ouble g Dont trifle with them atilu 2 and cures SOc andl All druggists Mf Cycling lip its ups and downs After thedoAvns use Banner Salve if Y nit re cut or bruised It heals the hurt quickly t C C Davis Co Vernont Drf Clark Brodhead Hagan Bros Livingston WI LDt E JrE Singleton was in Wildte MondayDr went to Ciucinnatti Sunday to see his brother who be arillYIHenry Fish and sister Mrs Julia Azbill are at A F Fishs I this week Misses Delora and Flora Fish and Annie Proctbr visited Mrs Rose Tharp at i Winston Estill county last week J F Butner who has been very low for some lime we are glad to say is considerably improved Another hoedown at the rip roaring Rock Adams Saturday night Mrs George Cook of Livingston f was at J Fishs the first 01 the week Judge Martin of Jackson county was in Wildie Monday A C Tovery took a notion that if Moses codld2get water out of a rock he could totf so he tried it and water cattle forth He dug aI well y f JJ 3J SJ iiDaniel Breck superintendent of the L N railroad was here Wednesday evening and has suggested several improvements about stationMiss gie Iaamb rook one of Livingstons prettiest girls has been visiting Miss Judith Symp son this week Pine Hill has heen on the tip toe ofexpectancy waiting for Miss Etsy Matthews and Mr Harry Gent Yesterday was to have been the happy day but because of the T rain the whole community suffered the bitter disappointment of seeing a good dinner fade from sight Verily Verily hopes deferred maketh the stomach sick Mr Sani Reynolds child died Saturday evening and Wast buried the following day in the Bine Hill churchyard Mr Poynter attorney for the L alit N was here Monday to arrange some company business with l Mr Nelson Griffin The Pine Hill baseball club was organized last Saturday but upon a weak financial basisW On l6oking over a catalogue of baseball sup plies it is found necessary to have some money to outfit the nine Now all that wish to take part in the games please come toe Pine Hill Saturday and leave the small sum of 25 cents at the postoffice The school here has been running smoothly MissGeprgie McPheron r is ably assisted by her sister Miss 1i attre tJ ji h 1I TEN 7 f l BUY OUR Clothing Hats Shoes A N p Eur tiisheng6 2 F Cummins McClary Stanford Ky GREEN FRONT DRUG STOREis the place to buy Drugs Patent Medicines Jewery Stationer Cigars and Tobaccos Paints and Oils Prescriptions Carefully Compounded Prompt Attention at All Times Call When In Town VernonKyjP GOME itiiJ and ofi I C n1eUICiTo the Great Surprising Reduction I t Sa1e j f qtyContinues The JltlW ay ofJDoi r1f RuSlnpss is No More Ciot1tngatot near cost Mens Su its at 3 2stp Calico all at 5 cents per yard yr Dress Goods all kinds at lowesfprices Notions of all kinds A i v 1i i is tt i t0 rQ1t f i 1L 1iI Have the largest and best stock of Shoes JnEasternKy Calf andKip Boots t Rubber Shoes and pelt Socks the very thing for Winter Now is the Time I t t ti Gtueeries 11 I 5 lb Bucket qf JellevI3c One Gallon Bucket Syrup 3oc 1 Sugar aUc Arbuckle Coffee 150 Lion Coffee 12 I c Bakers Bread per loaf 5c Con- Meal per Bushel 6oc A Complete Stock of Flour all the time iirv u Gal Fruit Jars per doz loc l AJ v i Quart Fruit Jars per doz 6oCf ap li Saddlesl antt GriddlesI 1I At Cost All the Time M tR JLOHNSON iJli ORLANDO K TO llflt SON o U r i Jr 2rEEL1 erchandiseS m Dri ff t Qtd j SI M T1iy are here il11ein1 ss qUitiJliih1 i S 7i thelatest styles j if lllss goods and calicoes it Alggw l f c If IAWJJb tix UY have a el1selcctecl vock I fJUQ1 REI tt Thc largest stock in the U 1f1 t t i t rI unty ta select from tr jpr I = t e Feed always on jhandy sticht BaYlj ni Corn CfeeagadiepecJiS ttt Y r4f Land Stock Crop =W Ivfterrin sold to Wml Perk IICresshis farm bf 48 acres for 1325 Gorget Wood sold to O P Huffman 20 cattle for July 20to Oct 10 delivery at 3C D N Prewitt bought of J E Lynn 45 stock ewes at4 and of Middleton Lynu39 at 375 A Haadin countywomau gathered 180 gallons of raspberaies from an acre of land aufl sold them for 72803 G Riddle sold to J E Holman 30 ewes at 375aiid to Lawson Fox 21 iambs at 4j c and 0 ethers at 3i Lutes Co sold four butcher jr co v Sto GT Camden at 3C to J C Lynn spine butcher ho8s at 4 tc at dvto a Jessainin Inan209 sheep at 3 aThe corn caop itnttllfI United States this year if pot in jured by drouth will bet e lag est ever harvested It is estimated at 224077o LynnACo have v sold to Eugene Berkele 100 stock ewes at 4C and bought of r W S Corrie 200 at 375 They i also sold four good butcher cows to Geo Camden at 3cInterior Journal JiVdgeJ WHtighes sold to D N ogar 5000 bushels of wheat at sixgigmonths if there is any BP a ders has bought the Nat Lafon faun of 440 acres fdrIsopOO Miller Cloyd of Bohdii comtriurifty sold last week to Messr iUCa- of Garrard 45 stock lid S fit 5C B F Sanders shippe aria Sold this week 600 fat hogs for which they received 55zC They also shipped 700 lambs for which they received 6sc fiarrodsburg Democrat LINCASTER COURT Onlyv about 60 cattle were on the market yes terday and but few of them were sold A few steers sold at close to 5c several heifers at 3I to 4c and some butcher cattle at 3to 3cA tew mules changed f 75rto i IobutIl o liotrSewere offer i ed The crowd was smal t7k liw Lh CURE FOR CHOLERA INFAN TUMMEVER KNOWN TO FALIDuring last Nay an infant child fromIhad given up all hopes of recovery I took a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem edy to the horse telling them that I felt sure it would do goad if used according to directions IInIcoveredous and healthy I fhave rtcon mended this remedy frequently and have never known it to fail =Mrs1 Curtis Baker Bookwalter Ohio For sale by all druggist y WOMENS RIGHTS Many women suffer all sorts rof i so called female weaknesses simply because their kidneys are out of order and they have a rfglit to know Foleys Kidney Cure Ts just what is needed by host ailing womenC Davis Co Mt Vernon Dr Clark Brodhead Hagan Bro LivingstonBUMPS OR BRUISES Sprain or sores burns or scalds wounds or cuts tetter or eceaaa allquickly cured by Banner alvft the most Ifeafrag medicine in the worl C c Davis CoMt Ve nonDr- Clark Srbdhead Hagan Bro Liv ingstonI Men may differ Oti pdlitireligion ordnance biit aU who 5have tried BannSa1e agreed aVto its dtth for ots blirus spies pilesl I1d5klnldise es Its the iiiost iimedicit1e in the world Vernonnr I Livingston t I have just received a complete line cf photo material andeanp- lease you in any thing you w nt1 Mrs S WDavis 33 S c FRANKlvIlSr- Mt Vernon IcyIClock and Watch Repairing Spectacles Repaired Gold and Silver Soldering Neatly Done The eyes tested and glasses ffitted by scientific methods Can fur uish glasses properly flitted from I5 l to600Hr All 1trk Guaranteed j5 hft id y r6 f Cf t J2 4 ri v cC t l l i 0 Itvl fr y JiO v- r QJ rJ 4 4 i+J l lU 0 t oJ rnJQ U1 0 Q r 0MaJ wc4J t g cd J iTHOME J4 F l MARKETS iCorrected each tirtr k by Honk Son Mt Vernoji K Arbuckles Coffee I5c I ion Coffee i 4c 14cIr Flour o Ij per h r 475i Belle of Line ln per hrl 425 Iaisy flour per barrel 4 45 Labelle flour 475 Jivicyn per lb TOO t ill Boone Soap 3 cakes 5C r Star Soap 3 cakes ipc IZIGranulated Sugar per Ib 7C iExtra I Brown u ar Ib u S cj Sprup Caramelalbucket 350 Sorghum best homemade gal Sliipstuff per hundredfIlalico all the 40Ci Caico all cheap grafe 5C Can goJds hyac r lothing1 suits sc to 1500 Lnnb ic ill sruairiots gets in i o lb lotsir Lrilier seed atfiioie nn hand k porn 25 till cir more per bu 6oc torn lots less tligg 1i5 bu65CMillet lia oil hard rimothf hay per hundred 1100 r Potatoes per bu 750 Eggs per doz 75u Feathers per Ib 4oc Cattle extra shippers 475 to 500 t rattle common 2 75 to 400 f Hogs best Iteavies 505 Hogs medium 495 Hogs roughs 375 to 440 f Sheep extragood 425 10 445 Sheep common 300 to 375 JC If AOU are sick all overj and dont know just what ails you its ten to one your kidneys ate out of order lolrys K due Mile will bring health and energy C C Davis Co t tflt Vernon Dr Clark Brodh adc Hagan Bro iL ingston Then you want a modern upto date physic try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They ate easy to take and pleasant in effect Price 25 cents Samples at all drugstores Any advertised dealer is author icedto guarantee Banner Salve for totter eczema piles plains cvits scalds burns ulcers and any 6 pen 6r old sore tr C C Davis Co Mt Vernon lYr Clark Brodhead Hagan Sro Livingston trHE BEST REMEDY FOR S fMACHE AND BOVEI TROUBLES ni have been in the rUg business for twenty yearsarijhavesold mos till tIle iproprietary medicines of aqy note Anifcrig the Entire listI have never found anything to equal Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for all stonr ache and bowel troubles says O W WaJkefield ot Columbus Ga This remedy cured two severe fdilirilysola hundreds dfbottlesbfit to my customers to their entire satisfac tion It Affords a quic kand snfe difre iii t pleasant form No famii IlY hb ldbeshhout it I keep its in mv houseat all times For sale by all druggist CURED BRONCHIAL TROUBLE Chas E Davis I 7ItJlCon tress St Chicago says I suffered for years with bronchial trouble and tried many kinds of medicines without relief until I begin taking Fbleys Honey apd Tar which curt ed meTake no substitute 1 C C Davis Co M Vernon Dr Clark Brodhead I gail Bro Livingston i Insurance of all kinds Callat the laignal offices Alt VerAon Jrp o0- r B P Cfen o ci+j OIiiJJ 1t t f 1 J frv r l hl i L Jrj r fJ t So pk 4 ro rt t J- i Y- Yto 8 ag r C cL ro J 1v T p 0 rJJ trt ro ro r J QUICK RELIEF FOR ASTHMA Miss Maud Dickens Parsons Kans writes I suffered eight years with asthma in its worst forth had several attacks during the last year and was not expected tb live through them I began Using Foleys Honey and Tar anti it has never failed to give immediate relief I have a goodyoungsaddle horse I desire to sell or trade tor young cattle C C WitfeiAais COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURT Fourth Moi day in each monthQ- UARTERLY CouRt Fiist Mon day in Januaty April July and October ziOn uIT COUUT =Second Mott day in February Fottrtji Mond yin May and Thtrd ouaoy in Sep tember MT VERNON POLd bURT Third Monday in each month Po A Penrhgtotf f D S M D OENTSTs NWCdr Third and Chestnut Sts tOVISxFTtKY Will be at Miller Hduic ilt rridn during anICi1JIClT1i J G W McciiuRE J V BROWN McCIjURE BStotvkT AttorneYSMat iL rMT VERNON KY All business entrusted to our care will receive prompt attention Office room No8 in the old Brick Hotel C C WILLIAMS AdttrneVatLaft Mt Vernon KY Office on 2nd floor of ewlll brick on Church street Special attention given to collections R G WILLIAMS tfttorneM ratvLawlY- 1T VERNON LKY t R BROW 1 ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KEFTUCKY r r orI Special attentiongiyen tRelections Mt Vernon Ky Clothing-v I We hate a mammoth istock of Clothing and can suit the most fastidious if Our pees per suit range 1 kfrom 75C t 20 jIf you need I aifythingf ire this line call and see us z k BOQT8 SHOESv YQ r 7r All styles kinds and quality F We handle nothing but r h t best our reputation we have madef K P MACK ISTES Carpenter and Cabinet MakerrN Mt Vernon Ky Mantle and Hatracksa specialty R A JONES DENTIST STANFORD KY Phone No8 Office over Higgins Store M Keiin ygl The VerandaHotel 9SEPH CbEY PROP Stan rd Ky pecially equipped for travding nien Sample room on urst floor Bathrooms free to guests RATES 200 perday t Insurance df Mi kids Callkt theSixnal office Mt Vernon rE AH 5 VORN V FROM r OCEAN I 70OCEAN aamWR i fllVLT APAlRl1 ifmik Son r J 1 4i M niUK1 FOR ViA CARSON Painter and Paper Hanger Brodliead Kintncky Ifteed Phone LJ r MTVEM3NI A- UMECOMANA l Manufacturers i of Line and brt krh JThey also furnish Lime Building v tone rough quarry fare oreiitv Orders promptly filled fir 3943trST NATIOlTAL 1 BAN1OF LONDON KY vii iC pita 5bcoo Surplus i5oo o IY BOREI1cG Y sident M SQBE VicePresident R M JACKSON Cashier H la 2 WB WANT YOUR DUSINESS r Miler House T 1 HUGH MILLER PROPR Headquarte s for Co nlercia Men Porter at all trains FIoti FfIth jFLocated at the Depot Godhead Iy Good Livery Attaeh CMeet all Trains Day and Night Traveling Men and Railroad r r fluripslunches for all trains