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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 Ijr 1 U0ftt7 ettiI n XI V 0na i t r VOLU J xv MT VERNON ROCKCAs TIE COUNTY KY FRIDAY FEB 22 1911 NUMBER 22 TELL JiEy FRJENDS1OBE BRAVE AiiD FEARLESS AND LUYAL TO THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE News Items Seventythree cadets were gradu ated at Yest Point The Louisville courts granted seven decrees of divorce Maurice Tnompson the author died at Crat fords Mlle Ind Mrs Stevens President of the W C T U indorsed Mrs Nation The authorities at Danville made a raid on a number of blind tigers The Irish party will pursue a policy of obstruction in parliament China flatly refused any further executions demanded by the Pow ers Gilbert A Pierce formerly U S Senator from Nortn D kotais dead theIBiInoishanOi g bIA Chicago syndicate took an op tion on valuable coal lands in Hen1 dersou county Gen French is reported to have captured a largeBger force in the Ermlo district The revenue ptmany cigarette makers in Porto Rico out of work Israel W Stone was elected Com mander of the Department of the Potomac G A R A great sugar refinery which is to be independent of the trust will be built at Philadelphia Over 4500 men and girls are affected by the silk mill strikes in the Scranton Pa district The greatest strike of silk work = ers in the countrys history may be inaugurated at Paterson N J At Bedford Sam Abbott was given life imprisonment for killing Tom Craig his brotherinlaw Hon Charles A Leland former Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of New Mexico is dead Prof Weinziel of the University of New Mexico says he has discov erod a new cure for consumption Peggy Jones colored died at Ghent at the age of 124 years She leaves a daughter over 100 years old Mrs John Jordou who weighed 676 pounds and was the mother of thirteen children died near Dresser Ind John Bull is now buying American slate for roofing purposes finding that our product is cheaper and betterMiss ElisL Arnold was murder ously assaulted by a negro at Dy ersblirg Tenn The negro was lynched The President stated that Con gress will be called in extra session as soon as the Cuban constitution i received Order has apparently been re stored in Spain and Wednesdays Cabinet Council will abolish martial law in Madrid Mrs F M Osgood wife of a railroad President was robbed of jewels worth 5000 in a Pullman car in California Friends of Richard Croker in London declare he will never reenter active political life He is said to be in bad health The Rev John Naile ol Trappe Pa who celebrating Monday the onehundredth anniversary of his birth is believed to be vhe oldest clergyman in the United States It instated on Wall street that the gi eat steel deal is closed sot ras the passing of the control of the Carnegie Company is coccern td udgeBarker refused to vacate the bench in the gambling cases In itc of an affidavit filed that his prejudice is siich lie could not give a fart trial fI i BRODHEAD Cleve Wilmott is on the sick list this week Mr Btirg Farris is now running his mill regular Mrs W H Collyer is improving very slowly Mrs Dave Holtzclaw is visiting relatives at Rowland r ftomIMss Ellen Butner has been visiting Mrs Ollie Cass Rev A J Pike went to Mt Verj non Monday on business Mr Warry Wallin went to Crab Orchard Tuesday on business r Mrs W G Thatp who has been sick so long is now better Mrs Withrow of Parksville at the bedside of her sick mother isI Mrs J N Roberts who been sick for some time is improv ing rapidly Mr Ben Pike spent Sunday with with his friend Will Haggard in the countryITyree went to Woodstock Monday on business Mr Mi Sulivan left here for Barbourville where he will go in to businessRev Pike filled his appoint IIIfriend Robert Wilnlot ottt on the street again Mr Christopher Newland of Pittsbug paid his brother a short visit Sunday Mr FredThompson of Lebanon Junction was the guest of C C Cable Sunday Drs Gravely and Benton have been attending court at Alt Ver non this week The debating society is still flourishing We should be prdud of our orators Miss Lucy Newland left for Pitts burg Monday where she is visit ing tier brother Look out boys it T C Johnson gets a look at you you will have to go to Mt Vernon Mrs Martha Shelton from Lou don is visiting relatives and friends at this place J G Frith will send his son Orie to Lexington tomorrow to attend a business college The gripp has had its day here we think but it has not left us yet we would be glad to say farewell Mr Geo M E Barnes says all he wants out of his money which he will get for his land is one big long spree Any one wishing a gentleman hair cut and shave six weeks under the skin splease call on John Fowler the barber lIasIter Ben Hendnckson and Cleve Wilmott was delayed on account 6f his sickness Misses Lela Pike and Susie Ya don accompanied by two ofour handsome young then visiting at Mr Doc Owens Sunday Capt A H Evans the post iraster went to Mt Vernon Mon day and Mr Will Carson filled his place in the post office Say editor mews is scarce this week but I guess we will have a a tong letter from thzHall of Sorrow and Possoni Holler Ed Wdlker of Garrard county and T1den Frith df fcockcastle have hail their Riogss fox chasing and repot gd go races in the past weefc Cleve Cable says he wants the ladies to par40nhtmforsaymgI such harsh things about them the pthet nighh He did io t mean a word of IV j Several of our youugsteers were out buggy riding Sunday The road dont suit the buggies around here I think the boys wouldvote foi turnpikes or some plan for better roads One more young Ulan enters the afterIhearingin the person of Mr Sam How led The question was Who has- more toward Christianizing manifavor of the man WILDIE Mrs Sue Butner is very low with feverEverypersoll in this country has the gripp Mrs J H Hamilton is very sick with fever Jas Parson made a flying trip to Brodhead Sunday Johnnie Crawford was over from Brodhead Sunday Wm Phillips of Whites Station has moved to Wildie We leain that Mrs W H Bran naman is very low again Geo Moore was over from Brod head Sunday to see his girl L T Stewart was out on the K D loading lumber this week Mrs Ida Mundy of Ford is down visiting friends and relatives Bro Ballew filled his regular ap pointment here Saturday and Sun day J C Rymel was in town first of week and said he has a very sick child Tandy Smith was down from Whites Station Sunday to see his best girl v V 2 Most all the Oak Hill boys were over to church and gaze upon the fair sex Dr Pennintono Mt Vernon Was over this week taking care ot sick in this vicinity Miss Fannie Richardson of Berea has been visiting the family of A W Stewart the past week Miss Mary Brannaman who has been visiting her sister Mrs fohn Crawford has returned home H Brannaman is sporting a new hat He says he gets on every four years He says a candidate give it to him Dr Lewis is in Louisville taking a vetenary course They say Dr j wants to put some new legs to old Tony Mr and Mrs Eli Coffee are visit ing friends and relatives in Arkansas They contemplate being gone two months Dave Butner starts for Illinois Sunday There will be great weep ing and waiting over on the Fish hill when Dave leaves All the smallpox patients of this place who had small pox last win ter thought they had paid their doctor bills till they saw week be fore last Signal Most every one in this vicinity wants to know who the Signal correspondent is from Wildie They will never find out by me tell ing them From this on r will sign my name Rastus The Thirteenth volunteer infant ry left Manila on the Haiicock the 17 for home the Kilpatrick containing four hundred sick solcliers- Jn c a figUtdt a danc at Jellico on the troth between two miners named Strunk and Stirgenef S rg j ener was shot through lying instantly and the ball passed on and killed a boy who stood behind him Mrs Nation was put on trial for smashing saloons at op6ka and her attorneys argued that she had religious and legal warrant for abating fluisatices ing her own way The influence of Tiereijimple is spreading in Kansas iOF th ORLANDO Mr T W Anderson has been sickvery Lee Porter has been on a visit to Clay county Robert Langtbtdis at hone on account of sickness W 1 Dooley was up from With ers a few days since Mr and Mrs Wm Mason have wane new boy at their house The people are done with court mid settled down to business W D Laswell writes that he is gettingalong nicely in the Medical College Born to the wife of Jake Reams twin boys Mother and babies are getting along nciely We are glad to hear that Dr Childress is doing well at Livings ton while Rufus and George Childress are studying hard at Mt Vernon Owensrmaking a good road Commissioner and see the roads of our section build up Now let the overseers t work their men Our readers might have noticed that Orlando had no letter in the Signal last week The reason was that news was so scarce that we had to double up to make a stick We compare the letter to Uncle Jno Childress who is so lean that he hay to stand twice in the same place to make a shadow Gov Beekhiin appointed Hanson 1 Jnedytot Carlisle Judge of the Eighteenth judicial district to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Circuit Judge W W Kimbrough The dead bodies of MrsH M Vilson a yoing widow and Vil liam Hamilton a pharmacy student who disappeared from Atlanta last Monday were found in the woods near Bolton STARVED hair of hair food The hair has no life It is starved It keeps coming out gets thinner and thinner bald spots appear then actual baldness The onlv good hair foodyou can buyis It- feeds Slow- growth of comesfrom AvcnHair vIQor the roots stops starvation and the hair grows thickand long It cures dan druff also Keep a bottle of ton your dressing table It always restores color to faded or gray hair Mindtve say Sf008 bottle All druggists I liavo f mtnl your TlaSr VJjjor to ho the In wt remedy I huvo over tried for thu Iy hair was falling OtltYC Irul ul thought 1 would tr a lotttgf it I l1af used only title l Wle iml my liar Stopped iug out inid it now real thick and Ion TfA CT3l6uNr l jrrrr July28l16 Conkers N Y WrNtDeetTie will send his boot on The Hair atuf Scalp Ask hlny quiM wish about hair trouetsnswerireeAiklress toweU h THE BANK OF MT VERNON MT VeRNON KY OPENED 1900 CAPITAL STOCK = 15000 3 H MARTIN PRES W L RICAARDS CASHIER A E EWERS VICEPRES A B FURNISH ASST CASH KruegerGeoLivesayWe solicit accounts of firms and individuals Careful atten tion is given collections entrusted to us Our friends and patrons are invited to call when in town t First National Bank a OF STANFORDf KY Capital Stock 100000 Surplus 18040 7 S DIRECTORS J W Hayden W P Walton J H Collier M D Elmore G Rid T P Hill S H Baughman W A Tribble M T Miller and S T Harris We solicitRockcastle and adjoining counties assuring them prompt and careful attention to all biisi ness intrusted to us Personal application and correspond ence with a view to business relations invited J S HOCKER Pres j557 J McROBERTS Cashier t A McKINNEY Asst Ca- shierrDANNIEOWENIAUNDERTAKE a G skIv S Thffins Robes Ettr Kept in Stock Oraers by Mail Telegraph or Telephone1 ljPromptly filledtBRODHEAD e KENTUC GO TO t JONAS MCKENZIE MT VERNON e KYt for y rything in Dry Goods Clothing Botsalld Shoes aim Genefaj Merchandise i BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PCES wiLLIS GRIFFINPractical Undertkier and FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Ky Keeps Coffins Caskets Robes Linen Busorns Cuffs and Collars i furnish Metallic Caskets and have Embalming dotie on short no tice and easy terms 1 Orders telegraph n telephone promptly attended to day and night r A SWIFT PACEIN THE R RrNITURE WORLD T JOJ W WITHER K4 OF STANFORD KY to ll 11tWHOLESALEties and sold foxes of cash only tJOIt mattersnot how far away you dtveli you can Save r Money on CARPETS MATTINGS WALL PAPEIJ FmNiTy RE c wtYT WITHERS S A v STANFote Kv l MtYernon gna1P- RIM Feb gigoz Published every Friday by EDGAiR S L1J R1fSp 5 ISCR1JTWN OIn E S1iQO AdG gc 11l4 p WJZ lI a s llI141f r NNOUNCEiNTS lWe are authorized to anjtoun Chesley Payne as a cnndidatefor Magistrate in the Fourth district subject to the action of the Repub lican JiariVi TinJ gambleis are catcihing it goo and strong Iii Louisville Hufrali for judge Barker i OLD man Billy jGrigpe has stonie3 the fireside of man if home in Rockcastle and forced an s overdose of work on the doctors ROCKEFELLER the great oil King JlSglven to Browns Univer sity lariQther quarter of a million dollars Watch but coal oil gone up again will be the next cry MRS NATION the saoon wrecker is still in jailat Topeka She sayh4she will conduct her own defefef This woman of fame now spends her time while incarcerated in writrng articles for magazines i stiKT bpougbt by Mrs Sarah Boreing agsitist Congressman Vin cent Boreiag for divorce and ali- monY was decided Tuesday night by special Judge Waddle The divorce was granted and Mrs Bore ing was restored to Her maiden flank Miss Sarah Randall but was denied alimony Ixaraid made on a saloon at Millwood Kansas by masked farm ers Mrs Letcher the proprietor of the saloon was killed There seems to be no telling where this matter will end It may be as far reaching as the John Brown raid and again it may cause much blood shed and result in nothing goodJ WELL we were wrong in our throughhisagent an extra session of Congress to p5sstheShip Subsidy Steal and those who contributed so liberally to the campaign fund with the ex pectations of tliisrbill being passed will yeirbe rewarded Mark is one ot those who dont care for expenses as lpng as the people are looting the bills How long Oh how lqng swill this continue Vill this enlightened people forever tamely submit to such oppression IF the idiotic editors of the Bar bourville Pathfinder think that jt is their duty as journalists to at tackg judges and Jules ancH to arouse the passions of people of this State against them theyfall far short of the duties as editors Theii issue of February the 14th is a disgrace to true jour lialism and vsuchpapers as this sheet have paralyzed enterprise cjfin Eastern Kentucky and by their blighting breath have created strife and bit terness throughout ouf State and caused the mountains to be sht edatta pestilence THE D rs PATCH Louisville Dis I pa ch is in the hands of a receiver andwhat1 pity it didnt get there spouer Pounded by the people jar the purpose of disseminating pure democracy through out the country itsoon felMiitpilhe hapdsof those who lovednoiiey nbre thaw priu ciple and sold soul and body to political enemies Whenever those who help to fouiid thiandthose who heirjcd to support it after+ h was fCunded learn that it has tued its toes tcr the daisies there tiVill be great rejoicunmong them tp know that one mOte Judas Iscariot lias passed from earth It hasfor sometime been a syilon yin for deceit treachry coutenipt etc i1kswhenIithe demise com c and pray that Ilk It Ucniay never Be seeii agniii- men31 q J i LuAM Vcnesda 0 i ioreW the requisition of Goivr Dui j 1 bin of Indiana for theIttirno GeorgeRerhe prison rs while resisting extradition submitted petition to Gov Bec ham setting forth that they would willingly return to In diana ifthey could be exchaiiged for Fugitives V S Taylor and Gliarles Finlef The petition was not considered and the prisoners were turned over to the Indiana officers last niglit In surrender ing them Constable Harrod ignored a writ of habeas corpus that had been sued out by the prison cia attorn y Turn about fair play Now what will Gov Durbin dowith the requisition from Gov Beckham for Taylor and Finley RASPBERRY JIL McPherson is on the sick list Mrs Perkins Pruitt is improve ingslpw Bornto the wife of Alyah Ren tier a girl Abslom Nicely had a fine milk cow to die W S Renner was visiting J C Graves bst week Grand Cromer has moved to his fatherinlaws Thomas Rowe J C Mize sold toV H Mize 50 acres of laud for 70 dollars Willis French has moved into his new house he recently built Mrs Ellen Nicely was visiting her sister Mrs Nan McCure last SundayElder Geo W Perkins and Elder W G Miles two mormon preachers preached at Raspberry church last Sunday CASTOR 1krinfants and Cliildrciu The LM 1Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of v ADDITIONAL LOCALS Richard Sowder has been indicted for false swearing in making an affidavit in an application of EK Wilson for a pardon jSowder made affidavit that David Hysingei one of the jurors that tried Wilson made some very costic remarks concerning Wilson about one month before the trial at Hysingers resi deuce and in the presence of Sow der and W L Owens the father andIsuchVstatement were made as Sowder imputes to Hysinger W S Cummins Stand LIVINGSTON KY To Mv CUSTOMERS Ladies Gentlemen and Children- I have moved my stock of good to the W S Cummins storehouse- on Main street and I wish to thank all those vlio have given me their trade in the pastand I want to in vite all the people who have not been trading with me to come in and see my new line of goods and get iny prices and see if Icant save YO money I will treat you nicely and am sure if you come once you will come again Hoping to get a pj rt of allyou- rtradeI am Respt Yours FRANK JONES At a birthday dinner given at W R Owens near Freedom Tues day on the birthday ot Mr Owens and his sister Mrs Malvina Sowd er of Livington who are seventy yeas old there were present their brothers Mort Owens seventy sixtyifive and Albeit Owens sixty threeh I anl about fifty more relatives All of Mr Owens brothers and sisters are living except Logan Owens who died spine tliree years ago aged about Seventy They are the hifdrel1pfurtou Oiyens who came here years ago from North Carolina and are among the best amilies of this county The table yas bountifully supplied and we only regret that we did not getno partake of its delicacsits BLAGKSM iTHiMG Kqrt first class horse shoeing wagon re tn7JShqpJwar rt dj ttfjij1i 223t fi Vernon Ky 1t =ro What Is QpNow 1 A NEW STORE A QUMTMINS ST NIh fvl FRANK JONES CUEAI STORE P2e n 1234e Fine Vienna Coffee 150 I2HGranulated c Light Brown Sqgarr 63c Best Dry Salt Meat JtIOC Nice pueLeaf Lard ioc Best Meal hi market 6oc Best Patent Flour 65c Second best patent flour 6oc Best shipstuff i for ioolbs California Hamsper lb 9c Canned Goods 8 4 tpiqc Uneeda Biscuit fresh per box S 2 Its soda fqr sc Mens Hats 759 up Ladies 250 shoe now 200 Gents 250 shoe ndw2bo Mens and Ladies solict shoes 125 Clothing mens suits from 300 up 1 All grades calicoes this week- 54C Ribbons Laces Ladies Hose Mens Hose all as cheap as the cheapest Goods delivered in any part of town at your door SATURDAY is my bargain day at Cummms stand Livingston Ky New Invention I have just invented and procured a new method You only have to make OlE TRIP to have your teeth 0extracted and your permanent teeth All necessary measures are taken and after your guns are perfectly shrunken your teeth art made and sent to you AN ABSOLUTE FIT is guar Jimecd The best set of tteth for 750IIFL Rare paid both wa b vheh TO worth of work is done Gold fillings 150 Teeth exivacted free when plates ae order- edDRflOBStW Dentist Periuaneulv located n fne Hot sbn Building next dour Government Krutng- RICHMOND KY Reiereiice Riciimoud Nutiuna Bank The above cut represents an unproved vehicle wheel attachment on which D C Poynter of this place secured Letters Patent No 6S573 dated August 14th 1900 The improvement consists ofacombined metal socket and open mortise for receiving ndof poke and the eudofflie fellies by which means the fellies are held rigidly to their places and prevents their being displaced even where the tires have not been cut for a long period The ends of the fellies cannot split as is too often the case when the fellies are joinedin the old way with dowel pins By the use of this invention the tire cannot flatten over the end of the spokes as it now occurrs in the old pattern wheels This improvement overcomes the common trouble of loose tires in warm weather ihese metal pieces expanding and contracting in the same manner as the t rwill keep italwaybill the same relation to the rim or Jellies of tbe wheel The fely joint with this im provement being at the end bfa spoke and not betvyeen the spokes asithey are where this invention is uoLusedtliis point is made as therimancIib Wau W l ibh 4f desired r g g1ithe fellran Inetnltl h t 1un4uit i4isiga-s ihe rim hacliro 4unts at all NeWfj Items t rfitA glycerine factory to cost 30 boo Tenn il1d builtjfat St Elmo The Germans purchased 1800 caniels for Waldersees proposed expedition in China Mis Nation is still in jail at1 Topeka She spends her time in writing magazine articles A French subject was arrested in the Philippines on the charge of having aided the insurgents Miss Annie Davis committed suicide at Rockwood Tenn on account disappointment in love United States Minister Conger asjtimates total demands lor in demnity upoti Cuinaat 00000 000 The Federal party in the Philippines is preparing to celebrate Washingtons Birtnday on a grand scale Mrs Samuel A Fulton of Louisville was selected to succeed Mrs Caswell Bennet as matron of the Lakelaud Asylum Judge Smith of the Superior deIcisiongarded as important in its Wearing on trusts Mrs Nation ays a saloon has no right in any place and that she will smash saloinS in New York Chicago St Louis and Milwaukee just as in Kansas The Congressional Inaugural Committee decided that Senator Hanna will ride in the same carriage with President McKinley in the inaugural parade Judge William H Holt United States District Judge for Porto Rico decided that the Executive Coucil of Porto Rico is no more subject to injunction than the Senate of the United States Inves tors are disappointed A scheme is on foot among Sev al railroad companies that have lately been merged to reduce their expenses so as to increase their in come one hundred million a year This means the discharging of thousands of employers BUCKLENS ARNICA SALVE Has werldwide fame for marvel lous cures Ic surpasses any other salve lotion ontment or balm for t Cuts Corns Burns Boils Sores Felons Ulcers Tetter Salt Rheum Fever Sores Chapped Hands Skin Eruptions Infallible for Piles Cure guaranteed Only 250 at all Druggists u u rtttHttHHHt jThillCOUghjI 0f You have used 8H 1 coughreieI deepIi if= IIYou need something 1 c fiI up the body II ztoT will = 1else= ItengthensI makes the body strong and I r throwIII againstI fI ltI noanshing food redkine I1cc fIOd 1j 11I4ruggi1 L rCOTl al10W CYlnk IZ HIfl tDiuiii QU I IiI II LZ vr l lrtdtA 11I Ig t AVegetable Preparalionfor similating IheFood andReg ula inngLli5nahsaadBovielsoI lr Promotes DigeslionCheerrti ness and RestConl iins neither NoT1 OpiumMoiphine norIinera1I j offdorStlUElPl1CllEll ftmptui JeatJ- flxSmna OtxtU Sdh Anise tWd Bi akJ+ nIloSttfd Claifod 1IThfrpwt rImPr Apelfcl nem dy fOl lion Stomach nStipIIIWorms Convulsions F ness and Loss OF Pac Simile Signature oP V NEW YORK l EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER bIiood Babies Ifthe mother is strong and well the baby will be so too in almost ev ery caseand a healthy baby is a good bthv Mothers who use OwFP I I ruw GEKSTLES regularly for some time bclore childbirth al ways have an easy time and give birth to a healthy child It heals and strengthens all of the sexual organs and supplies an extra quan tity of rich pure blood for the nourishment of the unborn child SUHC ISE3TAL TROUBLE AND DROPSY- A few weeks before our second child was bornvthrcc years aI my wife had IOCM ilruysy very ba e uuotors with hcrbutsSic was not relieved llirmind bciamo affected and we sent her to the asylum at UoliwirTenn and at the end of fmr months we brought her IUMUI sound and well But last stimnicr just before our third child was born the droiyagain lppearcd awl wO were very uneasy about her Ve gave her u f r Ucrstic j omaiR rana cea and I am glad to the drop y disappeared and sIlt is sound ancl will and has a fine healthy boy baby D Eo McNElLL Jonis Teen GIVES G F P THE CREDIT- I write this to let know Tarn using your F P Gemins Feaale Panacea an progrcssmg finely I believe it to be the best nieiiieincin the orld for whites I urn soon to become a FI credit for it nil IDSOIK I T Trll irniih rare to fintlc Chftttasoora Tennfur free TMurcav For Sale by C L Davis Co Vernon Ky Had To Conquer Or Die I was just about gone writes Mrs Rosa Richardson of Laurel consumpjtionnot more a hut I began to use Dr Kings New Discovery and was wholly cured by seven bottles and am now stout and well Its an unrivaled lifesaver in Consumption Pneumonia La Grippe and Bronchitis infallible for Coughs Colds Asthma Hay Fever Cr hps Whoopiug Cough Guaranteed bottles 560 and roo Trial bottles free at all Druggists drug storelThe clam oi other cough medi cines to be as good as Chamber j lains are effectually tat rest in the following testimonial of Mr C D Glass an employe of Bartlett Dennis Co Gardner Me He says Iliad kept adding to a cold and cough in the winter of 1897 trying evry cough medicine I heard of without permanent help until one day I was in the drug store of Mr Houlehin and he advised me tty Cliamberlains Cough Remedy and offered to pay back my my money If I was not cured My lungs and bronchial tubes were very sore at this time but 1 was completely cured by this remedy and have since always turned to it when I got a colds and soon find re lief I also recodimend it to my friendsandam glad to say it is the best of all cough medicines For sale by Theo Wesley Druggist Read W W WitherS ad in an other column hH t slve i ixi oD yay ustng your cash y 4to tT 1nh 1 ht4z BI810RIA For Infntsand Children The Kind Yau Have Always Esight Bears the II Signature 1of In I Thirty Year- sCASTORIA urrHru COMPANY Use For Over sv you nmtIiejn1dliiiG abmt Mt A FIREMANS CLOSE CALL I stuck to my engine although every joint achedand every nerve was racked with pain writes C W Bellamy a locomotive fireman of Burlington Iowa I was weak and pale wtthout any appe tite and aH run down As I was about to give up I got a bottle of Electric Bitters and after taking it I felt as well as I ever did in my ife Weak sickly run down people always gain new life strngth andvigor from their ust Try them Satisfaction guaranteed by all Druggists Price 50 cents III hobbled into Mr Blarkmons drug store one evening saya Wesley Nelson of Hamilton Ga and he asked me to try Chamber kilns Pain Balm for rheumatism with which I had suffered fora longtime I told him I had no faith in any medicine as theyall failed He said Wehlil Cham berlains Pain Balm does not help you you need not pay for tf I took a bottle of it homeland used it according to the directions and in one week I was cased v and have not since been troubled withrhen matism Sold by Theo Wesley Druggist WORKING OVERTIMK vEight hour laws tire ignored by those tireless little workerSDr Kjng s New Life Pills Millions arealvaysatwprknight and day v curing Indigestion Biliousness Constipation Sick Headar4je and all Slpmacn Liver awl Bowel troubles Easy pleasant a1sure Only 250 at all Dn1iggIst5 drujlr stoci r j II iLlll7 W Mt Vernon Signal Wt VERti3Y Kv Feb 22 1901 l G I LOUISVLLC b NASHVILLE R p cJ lt fIM TABLE j 34 north 1105 a nIl 26 north 131 a in 23 south 157 P ui 35 South 145 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent ii Entered at the Mt Vcrmi Ky Postoffice as sec eiKJclsss mail matter- MASONIC Ashland Lodge No 640 meets 2nd Sal day 10 A nt CHURCHES ChrIstianHolds services 1st Sri Sunday at 11 am and at 630 pm Presbyterian Holds services on the 2nd and 4th Sunday morning and evening Baptist ChurchServices on the Second Saturday night ad Sunday Suuday School at 9 a every Sunday Prayer meeting on Tuesday nights Personals complainingBillKreuger Rev A J Pike is with us again this week W G Nicely is in Knoxville buying goods Mr J esse Dykes of Conway W in town Monday Frank Miller is out ot school on account ol gripp Miss Bessie Miller is very low with pneumonia M B Debord of Leioy was in town last Saturday The infant child of Ance Bore iug died last Saturday Drs Benton and Gravely are at tending court here this week Miss Fannie McFerrou is visit ing friends and relatives here Mr Mason Miller of Texas is visiting his father 11 J Miller V S Cummins of London vas here visiting relatives Tuesday Mrs Kate RoBards of Barrods Tiomparsotf Miss Ellen Bulner is visiting MrsrD N Williams forafew a days Rev D T Lamb of Livingston- was on Tuesdays train going North f Robt Allen who is attendingthe College went home last week as he Was sick ExGovW O Bradley was on routelto jondoH Mr Theo Wesley after a seige of grip is abletto be at the drug store again MrT ISP Rqlfertsa former Rockcastle boy has located in Catlettsburg J A Tyandruni is at Pittsburg andMinor Fish is filling his place asoperatorW of Walnut Grove wfi Fr vts ti 1gat A Fenningtons last Saturday Mrs D S Purdom and baby are both sick the latter it is thought has scarlet fever i F Francisco and G E Painter were here yesterday as witnesses inline Sayers will case f J- Flat j1 owery left last night for Lick Knox organizet a lodge of the Maccabees Mrs Sam Ward of Livingston went to Hyattsville Saturday to visit friends and relatives f t Wailer G S Griffin had to cease waitingon the Circuit Court Tiies day on account of illness David Butne was here Tuesday aid reported his stepmother and two halfsisters very sick 1rfnA Riddle says that seena of 1U family are down sick and ne rscbarelv able to go himself FdJonesleft Saturday night fr t T uieiscet vwhcrc iBe wlllbecuI HcddtLthestave business fr T p Miss KisseAVilliarns has grip L W Bethurunis little djght fer Bessie was taken Wednesday with convulsions no better fCharJey M Mullins of Valley View is on a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs Elisha rul1tnse IDr K J Brown one of the best physicians in this pafttf the State was here the first of the week physicia11Tuesday both being very sick Mr and Mrs J J Lawrence of Guthrie Ky came Saturday to spend a few days with homefblks Mr Bertie Whitehead and little sister Luanna are visiting their Uncle S L Whitehead at Norton Va The Editor of this paper greatly appreciates the many favors shown us bour many friends in Living ston Hon 0 H Vaddle of Somer tset passed through Tuesday night enroute to London to attend Circuit Court M C Williams after a twoweeks spell of sickness was able to make his regular trip to Mt Vernon last Saturday Miss 1layBrowu of Level Green who was attending the college is at home on account ot her mother being sick Miss Lily Butner has entered school at Lexington She was accompanied by her sister Miss Ellen j to that citv ExCongressman Geo M David son was shaking hands with his many friends In Danville last Mon day says the News Dr Monroe Pennington was called Tuesday to see Mrs J J Wood and a daughter of Tilman Coffey both of whom are quite sick Ed Cox who received a painJul injury two or three weeks ago by a wagon wheel running over his foot is still confined to his room Fred Mullins of Withers who is attending school here went home Saturday to see home folks and re ports that his father is quite sick AttyR M Johnson seems to be prospering as a lawyer as he had quite a number of suits at this term of court and handled them with shrewdness and ability Mr W C Sympson of Pine Hill while here attending Court re ported that considerable coal was being mined by the new managers of the mines at his place Miss Lida the beautiful daughter of Mr and Mrs G D Cook of Livingston who is visiting her Aunt Miss Carrie Lair was in town a short while yesterday J J rower who has been at Barbourville for the past two weeks in the interest of the Macabees re turned Monday to see his mother who is sick at Level Green Messrs Frank Jones R C Wade Jake Sambrook Jas Smith and Allen flounce prominent business men of Livingston were in town Monday on legal business Misses Nannie and Sarah Elrod of Somerset who came up to attend the funeral of their nephew Villie Hendreson remained over with their sister Mrs David Henderson a few days Y N Miss Vie Ann Cook sister ofi Hon R D Cook was found dead in bed last Saturday pouting at her home in Scaffold Cane where slit had always lived with her nephew Walter Brock M If Elkins of Stanford was on Saturdays train en route to Bar bourTihelwtiere JieOand j VTdw iv organized a TenVoTihe Macca bees wit fifty menibers Jack is l1a i Maccabeeaorganizer t iOur i lobar telephone manager tells us lips company will run two more wires from Lancaster to London this spring and during the year will build additional lines to various points in Rockcastle con necting them with the Mt Vernon exchange jerr Af Ramsey who left this icoqiity utanyzearago and locate l in Cmyfordsville Indiana and 4r Vprospe q1 oa the readmg r men in thatcifey and Besides being president ofa bank owns a big block of its stock has any number of houses stock farnis president isIindependentItelephone interests in his State which have grown to immense proportions In his prosperity he doesnt forget his native county or friends Some of his relatives are Often remembered by him in many helpful ways especially in the financial line Mr W P Waltons first visit to this place for past 25 years took place last week On his former visit here Judge Randall and Com mon wealths Attorney J H Tins ley were running the Circuit Courts Among the practicing attorneys were Charles Kirtley Ben Halman RlVL Bradley John Dishpan and others many of horn have since passed into the great beyond Mr Walton re members that after court organized intbeafternoon he was here a quartet of a entury ago he was invited to accompaIey several of the legal profession to the Buckeye spring just across the track down by the town branch which was linedwith mint where cool waters gushed forth sugar was plentiful and the supply of old jordon was ample The veteran editor though feeling indisposed when here last week is looking remarkably well after doing more work than any two men every week for more than twentyfive years LOCALS Fresh eggs butter and vegetables at Frank JonesLivingston- Allpersons indebted to me please call and settle with R L Brown Forest Turpen Candidates are becoming numerous more numerous most numer ousThose who are behind with their subscription will please settle at once The newest styles in color and material for ladies atHrankrJpnes LivingstonjLatest Ladies fancy combs The famous R S G corsets come and see Frank Jones Livingston Quick Sales and small proffits at Frank Jones the poor mans friend LivingstonOut grammar class of twenty four at the college thirteen are not able to attend The Macabee Tent at Level Green has about the required nuns ber for a charter Fresh Uneeda Biscuits at 5cls per box atFank Jones Cnnimins stand Livingston L J Scott is a candidate for Justice of the Peace in the Second Magisterial district R W Wallin of Gum Sulphur has bought Charles H Singletons saloon at Crab Orchard deliV1ereel A cjiild was born Tuesday to the ntfeof W T Davis but it came into the world dead and was burrs ed the same day v DEADUncle Bob Laugtoid dlofP ocl c sale Rivers Mrs Effie McGuire widow of Grover McGuire was appointed administratrix hu bands estate with CC Clark and G W Clark ns sureties The Savers wilt case isont trial here now The evidence was cote fetedyesterday v Two speeches will be mnde this morning and go to the jUrY about noon Ve fear we will have to get af ter Buck Varnon and our Livings ton correspondent with a sharp stick ifther dont quit laking so many weeks off DAIITake Laxadye Bromp Qiiiuin Tablets All druggist refund f tie money if itfai1lto cure E Groves signature is on each boy Ct5 fjtr b A WANTEDrFor complete line of useful house hold articles rapid seles good Callivand see simplesT P Lechleitbr 1onTyGeneral 31 Wanted Two or three college students are wanted to board Nice rooms rates resonable f W R McClure FOR SALE OR EXCIANGEOiie- acre lot and house with six rooms j A PRESTON nov2v mo t Livingston Ky STOPS THE COTjnri AND WORMS OFF THE COLD Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets t cure a cold in one b cnrffno pay Price 25 cents R G Hale cashier of the Somer set National Bank is to answer next Monday before the Federal e111beZ1lejment cOl1n would be far better off The debate at Burnetts chapel Pulaski county last week between Revs Davis of the Christian church and McNamaree of the Methodist church lasted about three days and closed we are told with each fellow believing he had the better of the argument r MISTAKE In printing the county claims two weeks ago we make a mistake on two allowances which we now desire to correct Dr R H Lewis allowed for wait ing on Sparks family 25 instead of 250 Same for waiting on Clouses family 150 insteadof 150 as we had it appear IC C Fish has purchased from Spradlin heirs their interest in the old Fish farm consisting of nearly Too acres for rooo By this deal We hope that that inter est which they have always displayed towards Rockcastle and its pea pIe will not be lessened in the least Fpr their friends and fond admirer in Rockcastle are many andare always glad to see them return to their first love although their stay be short tSo faaof the most unhealthy winters ever known in this county The weather has not been cold but on the contiary someIreason we ol death has reaped a harvest a onlyIprospects for the future were un nsuallv bright and promising How true the scripture which says Man born of woman is of few dais and lull of trouble i In the flounce case against the L N R R Co for damages for the killing of Wm Mounce in the Livingston yards over a year ago the Court after hearing testimony for three days gave peremptory in struction to find for defendant Motion and grounds for anwtiJallwere filed by attorneys Rawlings of Danville and Vj1i Hams S Williams who represented the plaintiff Judge Morrow after able arguments on both sides took the question under advisement Squire Jj Brown tcok to the Masonic Orphans Horne Saturday the 13yearold daughter and the 9year=old son of the late C D Burnett As a charitable institution the Masonic Order unquestionably stands among the greatest irioui laud While we are not a Mason yet we never hesitate resentswhenitself to sing the praise of this the grandest of all organizations created and established by and amok g mehv May the Masdtiic Orderever liver and continue to I grow stronger in the laridD WANTED AlS intelligent mai to uterykw cxspl ili TS awl gather statistics A member pi iiie ur A rv ou VKTEUANS sou pfefQrretl Gool pay and pirmnnent enipjoyniciit 1I lJ t U S A Nov 531 t W WASHINGTO N DC a4a C iWili tlfiiiiiare ison ctery 0oti oaata- eLutiYG Br n11G Jtihle tae it sd that c res coin iaoar Lf1w Rates to Texas IAt fre Vent inteRals dur tripetIJplJQl1e It Route Cairo and to points Louis Texas and and Okla Territories reduced you want ro go also like loleaveandwe you can secure one and whit it will send you a complete and an Interesting to Texas A OndnBalf atI A Sl loss ABF ti J 4 L Fresh Groceries a = Depot THE PEOPLES s OS11JDR TO7T iJ 1 tr CC COlm DRUGS PATENT M Cigars PRESCRIPTIONS Tobacco TOI r t AT C JL 41 IN ORDER Room For GOO WE Will Sell For The Next 30 flays f AT COST EC V RY1HINGvellaveiri Suits Overcoats Boots Overshoes Rubbers Mens Woole Underwear j ladies Capes IacinathrajidJIoods- Cc j rnfbrts and Blanlcets etcIt FRITHK DUNN r Brodhead Kentucky EVERVD YIS t B lrg l 1 L1a i WeMve4JMHirie of Dry Gooda ftioiis Hats i Shoes and Groceries IVIEN S StltS ALL WOOL FROM li ffln FtUT 3jiiia 15 6D JnlDuyin tlfe prices jind quality are the tw j tMngstalecoTrsidercilv Give us a call and see foY Y ou1Se1r fi1 I1l n t cox 1ROI-fT Ii f ppp sit Cout Hol1 seT jT i1AOreat Opportiinitsi1f-G t J 4 f tif 1iI7t I y 1 r f FO R r vfI PHE PEOPLE OF ROCj ASTLE lfT iif r f JLJnr Ii 3 Never i3etore was Such an Immenset tockof Goods Landed in M f MT VERNON t EVERYTHINGHOME MARKETS Corrected each week by ifotife Soh ML Veru6taKyj Arbuckles Coffee i2 4c- Lioit Coffee 120 c Green Coffee 123 tfycfsciGjic Flour No i pet barrel 450 Belle of Lincoln per brl 400 Daisy flour per barrel 410 Labelle flour 450 Bacon per lb 7 fa Danl Boone Soap 3 cakes 5c Star Soar 3 cakes roc Rice No i per lb7I4CGranulated Sugar per lb 61 0 Extra Light Brown Sugar Ib 6cSprup Caramel gal bucket 350 Sorghum best homemade gal 40C Shipstuff per hundred 1 oo Calico all the best brands 5C Calico all cheap grr les 50 under Can goods 873C Clothing suits 75C to 1500 Lard loc in small lots bets in 50 Ib lots or more Northern seed oats none on hand Millet hay on hand Eggs per doz 15 Feathers per Ib 40 Linl Stock Crop 0 FOR SthEI have for sale a lot of baled thuothy hay worth ioct per hundred also some corn joftN PURCELL leb 23t A G and J M Craig bought of judge j B Lair a snare for 75 Brock Ransack bought this week 306 Bogs weight 175 pounds and less at Itf cents Winchester Democrat A W Carpenter sold to R L bose a bunch ot yearling heifers at 25 and to Lutes Co a lot ot shoats at 43fc W H Brown sold to Cyrus 11 Jones a yearling mule for X55 and to James McCar ley 35 iSOpound hogs at 455 The farmerSof Western Kentucky are to putout a heavier crop of to bacco this tear than for may previous years Marion Messenger and Maggie a handsome pair with records close to 220 brought5i 000 at Madison Square Garden W W Lyon c Co sold in Atlanta a car load of mules at 75 to 125 and one of horses at 50 to I hThey bought a horse in Danville yesterday forSince Jan S t x Mr Lyon df this firm ha sold 155 mules anti 19 horsesInter- j ior JournalNegrocslproduce seven million ST vV ofthe nine million bales of cotton raised m this country fJ A Ramseyauct reports a large atteudauce and good prices at the sale of J E Lauter on Howards Upper Creek Thursday- A moug the prices realized were ttbe following A ged horses 25 brood mare SS9i cows 28 each 25 good yearling steers 700 Ibs 3r 7o each TO shoates 125 lbs 5 25 each 35 shocks of fodder IS cts per shock Irish potatoes 50 ceutci per bushel Winchester Democrat Jauics Perkins sold his fat hogs average 325 pounds to Wiel of LcKiugtou for 5 cents John f Burges Sold a bunch of fat hogs of about 2001pounds average t to a tl Lesaugtou party for 5 ctsGcQ WSwab of Elizabeth sold to y Pcim Finlby of Georgetown tobarrels of cord at v2jk 2lfJs Kein tuelian FROM 5 HUEST Marked down to Rockbottom prices J IMMENSE QUANTITIES DRY GOODS cent Calico up to the Finest Dress goods not faIL to you HosieryadLathesNeckwear Ladies Laces ana E11zLroideryall very cheap GENTS thatCfiiv please Wraps Ribbons Clothing of the best and finest selection and a guarantee in fit tied price SHQES Rats and CaDs in endless variety Fine shIrts of the latest pattern that Is bound to please you Come to our big store and be convincedi Y FIRST OAK AND POPLAR SHINGLES ALWAYS ON HAND USYOUR ORDER IHioukr25uccessois 2 Schobert IX Edwards bought o- fJV Brookie a load of hogs averaging 350 Pounds at 4 cents Woodford Sun Wm Searcy of Anderson county bought of different parties in this community 26 shotes averaging 100 lbsrat5 cents perlb W C Carpenter recently bought of Gloy er Kyle 60 hogs to average 160 a pounds at 5C to be delivered March 10 Hct also bought of T D Van divier on the 2 tst 30 shoats at 4 85 to be delivered at same time These will weigh at that time about RobinsonIChester White shotes average weight 63 pounds at 4U cents pe- rpoundV C Carpenter bought- of Win Vandivier Jr 51 hogs at SC for April or Nay delivery These hogs will be made to weigh about 250 or 260 pounds at time ol delivery Obie Gillisby of the Vanarsdell community sold to Squire Royalty of the vicinity five 50lb Chester White shotes at 475 per hundred Harrodsburg Democrat recentIly a lot of butcher stuff at 2 to 2 tic and 4 to 4cIThe Bourborn News says farmers- are selling their lambs for summer delivery at 51 and 5 I cents ElizabethItown 700 barrels of corn at zIo A G and T M Craig bought of Richard Southard cne mule colt for 30- Rob Cox bought of R M Baker a buggy marc Price not known Grippeiand la grippe is their resulting in pneumonia If reasonable care is used however and Chamberlains Cough Remedy taken all clanger llSloftqcqsauds ye to learn of a single case having resultedin pneumonia which shows conclusively that hr a certain preventive of that dangerous malady It will cure acoldorauanuck of la grippe in less time than any PleasentIesler fjtpggi h t ITheo Wesley the druggist will you your money if you are not satisfied after Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets They cure disorders of the stomach biliousness constipation and head ache Price 25 cents Samples free What would you do if taken with colic or cholera tnorbus when your ph sician is away from home and the drug stores are closed After one such emergency you will always keep Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in your home but why wait until the horse is stolen before you lock the stable For sale by Theo Wesley Druggist Vhen you want a physic that is mild and gentle easy to take and pleasant in effect use Chaaiberiains Stomach and Liver Tablets Price 215 cents Samples free Every box guaranteed For sale by Theo Wesley Druggist YoungWomerThe critical time for a girL Little men strual disorders started at that time soon grow into fatal comolications That female troublare filling graveyards proves this Wine of Cardui estab lishes a and natural menstrual flow When once this important is started right a healthy life will usually follow Many women young oCarduigive women freedom from pain and to fit women for every duty of life 100 bottlesat druggists Miss Della M Straycr Tuliy Kant I have suffered untold pain at mcnstrcl pe riods for a long time was nervous had no thingIbottles of Wine of Ca dui with Thedfords Black Draught when needed and today I am entirely cured cannct express the thanks l feel for what you have done t rme For advlee In cases requiring None address giving symptoms tho Ladles ChattanoogaMediciae I i IWIaI GROCERY and HARDWARE- DEPARTMENT A S complete line as there is in any store Kentucky ialwarcdt 1 and Cutlery there is no end Groceries Dont COURT CALENDAR COUNTY Fourth Mot day in each month- QUARTERLY COURT tiist Monday in January July and OctoberCIRCUIT COURT Second Monday in February Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in Sep tember MT VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month P A Pennln ton D D S MD DENTST- N W Cor Third and Chestnut Sts LOUISVILLE KY Will be at Miller House Mt ernon during all Circuit Courts MLMYERS DENTIST MT VERNON KY OFFICEAt the Rice property PHONE No 3S G V tIcClURE J W BROWN McCLURE BROWN Attorney satIvMT VERNON KY All business entrusted toOUT care will receive Tom pt attention Office room No 8 in the old Brick Hotel C C WILLIAMS Aoitrneyat Law JM4 yerrwn Ky Office on 2nd floor of new brick on Church street attention to collections R G WILLIAMS A tt0 r neyrwate L aw ME V ERN0N KY R 1 tROWhAOVTORNEYATL4W MrrVXRN N KEFlUCKV1 Special ten lngien to col lectrdns Old News1aiesIt tlihsoffice foi- s 25 cents per thltre J 3i it itl i Nice and in Large Quantities selling very low Fail to visit us when in town and see our large and complete stock and get yourself a bargain an opportuni ty perhaps you havent had for sonie time LASS CHESNUT GIVE Rohoti refund using painless function epeclaldlreo COURT April given R A JONES DENTIST STANFORD KI Phony No 48 Office over Higgins McKenneys Store MACK ESTES Carpenter and Cabinet Maker Ml Vernon Ky Mantle and Hat racks a specialty I2ECRET 8E nnOE CASES accepted anywhere Only legitimate work taken jriijmnitees absolute fidelity to client Collections made criminal apprehended shad wing o clone Reasonable tang AddressDetective Care this Paper MEDIAN s IJAt 1ii it iI S r fresh r OCEANTO OCEAN WORN FROM 1 rIItU Yir l JyJ INII9 lJlBci W i t l L1 TRY A I IH ul1Adtms1 Mt Veindn Ky hIs 1 rance of all l l Call at t e Signal nI office alfe VurTifin t FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING t A full and complete stock All orders filled promptly Motto Best goods and lowest prices BLANKENSHIP MULLINS Livingston Ky The Veranda Hotel OSEPH COFFEY PROPR Stanford Kr I Specially equipped for traveling men Sample room on first floor Bathrooms free to guests RATES 200 per dav Phone No ii MT VERNON LIME COMPANY Manufacturers IofLimp and brick They also furnish Lime Building Stone rough quarry face or cut Orders promptly filled = j Miller House HUGH MILLER PROP R- Headqthtrters for Commercial Men Porter at all trains Hotel Frith F FRANCISCO Propr Located at the 0ejJot BodHeacls KY Good Liver Attached Meet all Trains Day and Night Traveling Men and Railroad men Solicited Will fur lunches for all trains Federal Judge A hQnnt Pitts burgh decided thSt United States Marshals or their deputies Get make arrests it einergiericy case without a warratirf a4it 4 i