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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f IVti ftUU ernou p4LlF- T d J 1ST VERNON ItOCCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY MAR8t 1901 NUJtBER 24 TELL NIYFRIENDS TO BE BRA VEf1AU FIARLBSSND LV YAL TO THE GREATCOllfM9N PEOPLE News Items A forest fire is raging near Dan ville Mrs Nation is again in jailat TopekaFire Baltimore caused a loss of 100000 Two vessels were wrecked in th2 English Channel Forest fires destroyed property near Middlesboro Smallpox broke out among the Allied troops in China Two Socialists were arssested in the Diet at Buda Pest Another big anthracite coal deal is reported from Pennsylvania Eighty of Kitchenors fighting scouts were captured by the Boers There is said to be a hitch in the negotatious for Gen Boshas sur renderThe American Cattie Growers Associationis holding a convention at Denver Fire destroyed a shirt establish merit at Philadelphia causing a loss of 70060 Senor Villavere has agreed to undertake the formation of a new Spanish cabinet There will be a fight over the new wage scale of the Western Kentucky miners- It is reported that 10000 French troops will return to France from China this month The Senate passed the bill ap propriating 5000000 for the St Louis Exposition A former monk while making an antiCatholic speech in the Isle ofWight was mobbed7f W P Gilliam of Harlati county was killed by a fall from a hotel window at Norton Va The dead body of Robert Ayers was found hanging in his fathers house in Owen county John J Greauy Deputy Sheriff of Jeffersoi county and a well known politician is dead The annual session of the Nation al Council of Knights of Columbus is being livid at New Haven A telegram from Pekin says that tlu Kniperor will return t Pekin by ihe last of March iInNort Infirmary last week oflHaBoth sides are massing troops furthner application of the community of interests idea to railroads John Mac Wilson Durant a- New York swell was killed in a duelat Osteud by a Russian count One man was killed and three probably fatally injured by failing walls during afire at Gas City Ind Millionaire George F Oilman of the system of Atlantic and Pacific tea tit4 tsi dead at Black Rock Cour Auto tabs have proved unprofitable in Chicago and the company operating them will go out of busi mess Julius Winter Sr for many years a Jrmilenfmerchal1t tailor in Ivmtvville died suddenly in Jl6Hra A new explosive of great power fVeutlil lJv an American is being tested aiahc Sandy Plook proving grow ur Rear Admial Philip C Hichbornf and Pty Jiiiipector H were Jti cvil 6if the retired 1istoft- 6Jtf1 y Ji i ere killed and tVq othUri Uy an explosion of k HtL t cl r iu a C wine at Center Heh Mo BRODHEAD0 Horace Benton entered school at Mt Vernon Monday Mr Bird Roberts went to Mt Vernon Saturday to see his best gi 1lirlT Cherry our clever merchant went to Louisville Monday nightRev A J Pike filled his regular appointment with Haysville church Sunday lastIMr Edgar Albright editor of this valuable paper passed through our town Tuesday Mr Ben Pike escorted Miss Bet tie Hendrickson to Preacheisville Saturday and returned Sunday Mr E Wallin marshal and de puty VV A Tyree was kept busy Saturday keeping the boys strait Mr William Lunceford who has been dangerously ill with nervous prostration is no better at this writing Misses Katie Simpson and Anna Austin of Lancaster are visiting Misses Thurmond and Ella Dunn at this place Mrs Sallie Vermillion of Dan ville is at the bedside of her mother Mrs W G Tharp who is not any better at this writing Miss Berda Hilton accompanied by the prominent merchant Mr Batson of Lancaster a as visiting hometolks Saturday and Sunday Miss Delfie Collyer who has been absent from school for some time on account of her mothers illness returned to Mt Vernon Sunday Dr Southard of Bee Lick and Mrs Della PerkinV of the same neighborhood eloped to Louisville Monday night and were made husband and wite Rev Palmer the Prohibition lecturer of the 8th Congressional district delivered an excellent ad dress at the Christian church Fri day night and was enjoyed by all Mr Will Nicely the Hansford post master was in our town Friday last on business Messrs R H Ham W S Haggard and rom Francisco were in Stanford Thurs day 0Rev Holtzclaw has returned from Calloway church where he has been holding a meeting Rev Kin Pike will commence a series of meetings at the M E Church South on the r6th Mr Bogue Phillips of Wildie candidate for county clerkwas here Friday laast MA Bogue Brown passed through our town with a fine drove of hogs Tuesday RL Brown of Mt Vernon was with us Friday Mr F Francisco and R P Pike the telephone pole contractors for all the central lines got their noses mashed ontheir last in spection and itsis thought by some that another inspection just like the last one will cause the firm to dissolve Miss Susie Yadon is visiting rel atives at Rowland Messrs W4Carson and Bred Tharp visited W S Haggard in the country Sun day evening Born to the wife of Maurice Frith on the 5th insta fine boy lIrJ T Cherry is in Louisville this week Mr C H Frith made a flying trio to Mt Vernon Sunday Mr J G Frith is talking of building telephone line of his own A cou ple of young men from tie bluegrass were in town and it seemed that one had the rheumatism Bill Marksberry from Lancaster is theguest of Mr Harve Dunn A smallpox patient from Spmer- rset pqt Off t1te train here Monday evening and some of our people hec placeIat Ashville N C has returned andwas acc mpl iel by Charley Summer We will have seine nice rveiPolitics ajid Politicians The fifty sixth congress adjourn ed Monday John R Pflanz will be a candidate for reelection asjaitei of Jefferson county A big crowd gathered to see Roosevelt preside over the Senate at Washington The President nominated and the Senateconfirnledall the old Cabi net officers to succeed themselves Reports that Gen Horace Porter will relinquish his post as United States Ambassadcr to France are denied The agreed River and Harbor Bill with two items eliminated carries an appropriation of 49 675006 Carter Harrison was nominated Tuesday by the Democrats for opposition Mayor of Chicago therebeing no IA resolution providing for a committee to visit Cuba Porto Rico and the Philippines was defeated in the House Senator Chandlier will probably be selected by Pres McKenley for Spanishi whichiinvestigated the Indiana Reforma tory not only exonerated butcoin mended Warden Hert adoptedIe report on the Naval Appropriation Bill and it went to President for his approval Samuel E Morss ot Indiana denies the report that he will be a candidate for the Democratic nom ination for President in 1904 The Indiana legislature by a vote deIelating that U S Senators should be elected by the popular vote aImeeting held in Paris Ky Monj day declared for Judge Cantrill for United States Senator Senator Lindsay whose term of office expired Monday will go to New Yoik City and form a law considerjKen The President signed the Army Appropriation Bill whichcontains provisions relating to the relations of the United States and Cuba and the government of the Philippines Senator Morgan introduced a resolution abrogating the Clayton Bulwer treaty By its own terms the HayPauncefote treaty ceased to have official existence at noon Monday J The Democrats of Ohio county have nominated M J Cox for Representative McLean county Democrats have nominated J A Peak for Representative and G W Hickman for State Senator Hon J C Can trillof George town having no opposition was formally declared the Democratic nominee for Stat Senator for the district composed of the counties ofSott Jessamine and Woodford The Senate and House agree meat on the River and Harbor Bill directappraIriver but eliminated the continuo ing contract The direct appro priation for the Big Sandy river gas increased 87500 making a rtotal of20oooo Tne continuing CUll trace was reduced front 4167 667to 250000 y CRAB ORCHARD 0 This is the coldest morning we have had the 6th Mr Luther Jarret of Brodhead was here Tuesday Miss Samantha Jones is visiting friends in Lancaster Democrat candidates are as thick JulyIR W Cole the clever grocery drummer was with our merchants Tuesday Mrs Kittie King the milliner is in Louisville buying new hats for the ladies There is some talk ot that new railroad coining this way we hope it will we have the best water in the world Mrs Jenie Watkins and daughter of Campbelsburg Ky are visit ing her father Dr J S Stapp of this place who is very 111 Mr Dave Stephenson a clever photographer of Richmond Ky who has been with us for some time catching shadows is going away we are sorry to lose him J S Damron has had a very sick cow and alsosome horses There seems be an epedemic among stock here It effects the eye and back of the animal some have died RIEdmistonand the screet in front of his store andinowThe band boys have organized minstrel and will give a perform ance Saturday night the 9th at the College Hall for the benefit of thebane come and bring some body a good time guaranteed Mr John Gentry son of H C Gentry of Mt Vernoncame here Thursday aud on Friday he and 1011 Mary Albright daughter of Uriah Albright went to Lancaster and were united in the holy bonds of matrimonyMr Holman 17 and Miss Mamie McClure 23 were married at Stanford on Saturday last DanIis a daughter of C C McClure of this place we wish them good luck and a long life c = OUTBREAKi little daughters head developed into a case of scald head writes C D Isbill of Morgantqu Tenn but Buckleus Arnica Salve completely cured her Its a guaranteed cure for Eczema Tetter Salt Rheum Pimples Sores Ulcers gild Piles Only 25 cents at all Druggists WORKING 24 HOURS A DAY thelessilittle woikers Dr Kings New Life Pills Millions are always JaunIdice Biliousness Fever and Ague They banish Sick Headache drive out Malaria Never gripe or weak en Small taste nice work won dersTry them 2c at all Drug gists It is not so much what the news papers says as what neighbor says to neighbor or friend to friend ChamberlainsthatColic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem edy into such general use It is as natural for people to express their gratitude after using this remedy as it is for water to flow down bilL It is the one remedy that can al ways be depended upon whether a baby be sick with cholera mfautum or a man with cholera morbns It is pleasant safe and reliable Have you a bottle of it iii your home For sale by Theo WesleyJDruegist Old Newspapers at this office for r 25 cents par hundred T l t t THE BANK OF MT VERNON MT VeRNON KYet OPENED 1900l CAPITAL STOCK 16000 3 H MARTIN PRES A E EWERS VICEPRES W L RICAARDS CASHIER A B FURNISH Ass CASH KruegerGeoy We solicit accounts of firms and individuals Careful attention is given collections entrusted to us Our friends and patrons are invited to call when in to- wnBank I Firsf National OF STANFORD KY 3 Capital Stock 1804O76DIRECTORS- J v Hi den VoP V1ItonrJ H Collier M D Elmore GrRSei irA Tribble M J Miller and S T Harris v We solicit adJoiniiirg cou1 tIes urm6 tht3i prompt and careful attention to all bUShc ness intrusted to us Personal application and correspond ence with a view to business relations invited J S HOCKER CallerAq DANNIE OWENS UNDERTAKER Caskets roffi ns R 0bes Etc Kept in Stock Oraers by Mail Telegraph or Telephone Promptly filled BRODHEAD KENTUCKY GO TO JONAS MCKENZIEWIT VERNON KYV- V for Ivrything in Dry Goocts Clothing Boots and Shoes gnu General Merchandise BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PCKS WilLIS L GRIFFIN b Practical Unc ertkerfand FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Ry Keeps Cofl5u Caskets Robes Linen Bosoms Cuffs anci Collars r furn sh Metallic Caskets and have Embalming done on short no tice and easy terms Orders o telegraph or tePhone promptly attended to day and uibiit 2 4 iR A SWIFT PACEIN THE FURNITURE WORLD W W WITHERS OF STANFORD KY atWHOLESALEties and sold for spot cash only v IT matters not how far away you dwell you can Save Money on CARPETS MATTINGS WALL PAPER FURNITURE C W W sWlTHERS L STAFFORD Kyj MtVernon Signal FRIDAY March S 1901 Published every Friday by EDGARS 7lLBRitYIf SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEA1ZTIMO Advertising rates made known on Taj5blicaEion ANNOUNCEMENTS I j We are authorized to announce Chesley Payne as a candidate for Magistrate in the Fourth district subject to the action of the Repub lican party INAUGURATION DAY MONDAY was a great day in our Capitol when William McKinley of Ohio was ushered in for a second time as President of the United States The committee on arrangements spared neither labor nor money in preparing for this occasion Penn sylvania Avenue along which the parade took place was beautifully decorated with bunting and flags The military was the most striking feature of the parade and attracted unbounded admiration The Regu lars Jack Tars West Point and Annapolis Cadets the roughriders t on their broncos the Porto Rico regiment the Richmond Grays in Confederate gray the college students from the principal Universi ties and the National guards from ths several States made a sight more beautiful and impressive than we can imagine and the massive crowd of over forty thousand people who had gathered to witness the inauguration gave one ovation after another as this mag nificent array passed Admiral Dewey Germ Miles Gen Wheeler and many other prominent officers besides several Governors riding with their staff composed a strik ing feature of tlie parade tJjoyinentolthe ed to a certain extent by the rain During the time the President was delivering his speech the rain fell hardest only the President being protected by the pavilion in which he stood when he took the oath and delivered his inaugural ad dress the Senators Representa tives diplimatic corps and many handsomely dressed women stood on the platform some not being even protected by an umbrella The expression which the Presi dent carried on his face and the earnestness with which he spoke whin in reply to that solemn oath he said he would protect defend and care for the best interest ot the American people he evidently realized how sacred was his vow The inaugural address is especially conspicuous lor its brevity The President says tbat Time Nation al verdict of 1896 has for the most part been executed and its permanence can only be assuied by sound business methods and strict economy in National Administration and legislation that the promise made the Cubans must be made good and that while there has not as yet been any form of gov eniment chosen for the Philippines the troops that are there are only for the purpose of keeping down insurrections and that tbeprogress Annde towards the pacification is greater than represented The oath of offictwaf admin istered to f VicePresidentelect1 J Roos elt by Senator Frye of Maine speaker pro tern of the Stnaurrfter which the vice made a few remarks in which he said fitras a source of great pleasure tii1 jitHtcniion to him to be the fesicteut of the Senate of the jltfclvS tales y lijFZK little goyepniuent of Veue- neUT is entirely tea small and iwcak to encourage its newspapers WJ their hostile attacks on AmWieans Presidentx McKinley muMinister Loorats are special pjbjectsdfvridicule and Vhile we- aret com petted to say that they have elepledyery oppropriate subjects for tlat itudufworL ve can not say4that eiindQrse itL j rSENATOR WILLIAM LINDSAY leaves Washington todayfor Nov Vork where he will locate for the practice of law Vith hjs massive intellect his acurate knowledge of law aiW llwonderful power of endurance it will only be a short time until he will be at the top ot that great profession in Ins new field of labor Avery wealthy man livng near Vashington Ind has receiveda letter from an unknown person warning him that unless a amount of money is forthcomingI he and his family will be killed Hox JOSEPH C S BLACKBURN is again in the U S Senate and within twelve month mors our Ex Gov James B McCreary will be his colleague VICE PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT was warmly applauded Wednesday when he took his seat to call the Senate to order SENATOR CARTER of Montana talked to death the River and Harbor bill as his farewell speech HANNA AND MCKINLEY rode in the same carrage in the Inaugural paradeCASTOR i AFor Infants and Children t The Kind You Have Always Bought Signature Bears rZMff WOODSTOCK0 John H Watson has sold his forIMrs Sloan postmistress at Woodstock dropped dead last week The bereaved husbandand little children have our greatest sympathy The church at this place is un dergoiug some repairs Rev Smith of the Valley Oak neighborhood will preach for the church this year Bro Owens having resigned as pastor in order to give his time to two churches only A meeting of the stockholders of the old Somerset Banking Co will be held Saturday March gth at G W Isaacs at this place We would be glad if every member could be present as there is some important business to be attended to Suit has been filed in the Pu laski Circuit Court by the stock holders in the Somerset National Banking Co against the officers of the old institution It attempts to set aside the transfer of the assets andother transfers which it claims was fraudulent This we have al ways claimed was not right We have not been alletosee where the National Bank had any right to take the matter under control anywayF Varren of Rockcastle suggested to us that ifon extra session of Congress is call that we urge the editorof the Possom Hol lerNews to introduce a bill granting flU the volunteers who went to Frankfort during the days of Taylor a pension Now it seems to me there has been but one granted and it is a life time job Bros Taylor and Fuiley had better be good little children over in Hoosier I am told there are some reckless men oyei there of late who aint afraid to use ropes and pdwerfulltJI to come home where they will be safe Those people over there dont know the war is over Now Ed we hope you win for giveus our portion is small but when the new R R comes and Skunk town takes on a boom you will hear more of 1Sso let Buck Vanion talk his points JH B The Louisville Gas Company Will refund 500000 in 5 per ceut bonds at a lower rate of interest allc4ihtheIRos lyn BL Ferrell the mur LaneIplayedfore being taken to the chamber wliere he was electrocuted l LIVINGSTON J Judge Ashley Owens is still im proving E A Herrin went to Berea Mon day on business Jas Cooper had his hand badly mashed Tuesday J 1V1 Craig spent most of last week with friends at this place Mrs Kate Magee of Crab Orch ard is visiting her children here this week Miss Altie Owens of near Maret burg has entered school here Our school is building Dave Herrin and wife have gone to housekeeping in one of W B Sigmans dwellings Steve Owens has moved his fami ly to Kuox county where he is working at a sawmill Judge R G Williams and Drum mer F L Thompson of Mt Ver non were in our town Tuesday David Preston who had his arm so badly hurt while working at the stone machine is slowly mending Capt John Smith is making preparations to build several new cottages on Back street this spring The Misses AVallen who were in school here have been called home on account of the illness of their sister W Gand T D Mullins are moving their sawmill from Cam creek Laurel county to Mullins Station where they contemplate cutting a large amount of timber T D will also move his family and they will engage inbusiness at that place ORLANDO0 Judge Chenault was here Satur day L C Ball has moved over neat Pine Hill Heny Mullins of Crooked Creek is on the sick list S N Davis was here Monday doing some surveying r S S Ball of North aroas visiting relatives here Mrs P L Nash of Langford is much improved in health Jas Reams of Laurel county has moved to this place Measles has appeared in our town in a very violent form Geo Anderson Jr has moved in Jones Reams propeity near Flat Rock church Geo Evens house caught fire a few days since but was discovered by some men passing in time to save it- Mrs B G Mullins of Pine Hill visitingILaswell O K Gipson our candidate for judge says he meets great encour agement among both Republicans and Democrats Toni Ball Jack Laswell and Grover Johnson students at Berea College are here spendingthe time between winter and spring session Mr Larkin Mullins and Miss Lizzie Pigg daughter of Mr and Mrs Mat Pigg were married at the residence of the brides parents last Thursday Sam Reams who was in the bat tleof Santiago as a volunteer and since has done garrison duty in Cuba as a regular is at home and will likely make his future home with his father near Orlando A Baptist meeting just closed at Langfprd 22 addtionsi to the church this meeting was well at tended by a well behaved crowd jthathelps much to over shadow the bad conduct in the past A Paris cablegram says that Miss Amy Morehead Walker grand daughter of Gov Charles S More head is to become the wife of Malcolm MoncriefFe a brother of the Countess of Dudley Plans tor the bigfDoerhoefer to bacco factory t Thirtieth and Madison streets Louisville have been completed by D X Murphy BrO and apermit will be taken out in u rwdaV v v t H MC CRACVEN 0 Squire Gatlift was in our midst MondaySome people have planted potatoes here Hiram Ash went to see his best girl Sunday When the frogs begin to sing it istime to plow W D Ah will soon be done gathering corn The candidates are numerous on Crooked Creek Mr Harvey Chenault passed through our town Tuesday Mrs J F Chasteen is very ill at this writing with pneumonia Harvey Chenault and others ruu a fox the other night till its tongue draged on the ground The enterprising Chenault Land Co is buying land in Jackson coun ty peoIfor Squire in the Second magiste rial district he will accept time nomination A P M Q IEJ1ERAL1IEW 0 The Nebraska State penitentiary at Lincoln was destroyed by fire The convicts are being guardad by State troops Frederick Villiers the English newspaper correspondent says the Boer war will be over in another two months The dead body of Charles Sex ton bartender who disappeared from Paducah was found in a creek near that cityIombia is the war in progress in that brutalIityAnthony Thomas Lindsay aged seventynine committed suicide atj Carrollton Ky by cutting his throat with a Travis razoriOlcTbby was received a t the Frank fort penitentiary to serve a lite sentence for murder John R Beecroft well knowo as a hymnologist and for years Superintendent of the Century Companys publications is dead An Illinois Central passenger train was wrecked at Obion Tenn and engineer Joe Randall and fire matt Wilford Rogers were killed HEpSeVl f t aturei Babies and children need i Ii= 2 I vrong They need a little Ihdp to get their digest vel r machinery working property f 1Ir win generally correct this 1 IIf fourth to half a teasnoonfa f I in bottle three or fouri IIf larger children from half to f ia teaspoonful according to age dissolved in their milk ryfsoon I 1 = in power the mothers j j ifsianat once both upon mo therf III SCOTTA DOWNF Chemists NeW Ycrk J tt W HMIH h= = i 0 t 0 J MgetablePrcparationforAs- similating theroodandIhecula tiiigthStoinaths andBowels of Promotes DigesionChecrliil ness andhiestContains neiLhe- rOpiumMorpliine norMiiteral OTNRCOTICJoftldrS4IUSLPffCIZ7 IAllire RocAdle A1xSeizna ad tjJn1cJd ecl ness UidLOSS OF SLEEP Facsrnctle Signature 01 NEW Y01Th EXACT COPY OF VRAPPER ANo woman can have a beautiful face without health few wo men possess such health those who regularly use aPD Sale by Davis Co Mt Vernon Ky n Judge Barker ih a talk to the March grand jury pledged the remainder of his judicial ife to the eradicati on of the gambling evil Mineis from Western Kentucky submitted their wage schedule to the operators Tuesday demanding an increase of wages over last year The gross earningsof the L N for January increased 220304 and the net earnings8344o as shown by a statement issued Wednesday The State Prison Commissioners granted paroles in the cases of Thomas York of Campbell county and Sherman Aubrey of Hardin countyLuther R Proter of Bowling Green formerly cashier of the Warren Deposit Bank filled a deed of assignment for the benefit of creditorsJacob Muller once a leading grand opera singer died suddenly at San Francisco just before the beginning ol a performance given for his benefit Solicitor General Hope Polhill of the Georgia Superior Court was found dead in the courthouse at Macon It is believed he committed suicide The Beers occupied Pearson on the Great Riet river The British in Cape Colony arrested minister of the Dutch Reformed Church under martial law l D M Carman the American contractor arrested for trading with insurgent Filipinos says that whenever he made adollar others made rnoney too Time census shows some queer J things about Texas For instance j Bailey county nas but four reci dents Cockranhas2s Andrews 37 Y E= J I ASTOriIA For Infants and Children h The Kind Yo Have Always Bought 1 Bears the t I l Signature r of In Use For Over Thirty Years rORIAIrUN YonK BEAUTIFUL PACEand perfect as GERSTLES FEMALE PANACEA Of it Sallie P Evans of Columbia S L says It is undoubtedly the finest fe arrieJ1101n1sbless you yoUr F P iGtrstles rersale Panacea cured me and mide im the hap piest girl in America Jlarriia Martin hnsbeenffittdHUllttrlhingFor six years rsufHred from fetiiaieeciru plaints Doctors and nltti tim did me wittsGof Marion ArkS1YsuOne bortle of qimtefromTOF1Cl It is slifII1ClIt tP jj thnt GF P Gerstles Panacea Femalewill rievrna nentlycureaiiymannirolremajetrouhle even the most stubborn cases which have resisted doctors nUll all other treatment Writo to the LADIES HEALTH CLtru Chattuioo ga Tenn care L Gewtle Co for free advice concerning your casu DRUGGISTS SELL c1pAi For C U Lynn 17 and Dawsoii 36 Twen tyfive other counties have less than 500 Some counties have no running stream within their borders some are hundreds of miles from a railroad and others are al most wholly inhabited by prairie dogs jack rabbits and rattlesnakes Tom Green county the largest ia the State has 45000 square miles which is larger than the whole State of Ohio and has but 6804 inhabitants fyoungwomen strual disorders started at that tiacc soon grow into fatal complications That female troubles are filling graveyards proves this Wine of Cardui estab lishes a painless andnatural menstrual flow When once this important func tion is started right a healthy lifetwill tisually follow rywomen yqttng and oldowe their lives to Wint of Cardui There is nothing like it to tofitSJCI bottles at cruggists b Miss Delia M Strayer Tully Karui I have suffered untold pain at mcr trual pc riods for a long time was nervous had no appetite and lost interest in everything in fact was miserable i have taken four bottles of Wine of Cardui with Thcdfords BlackDraught vhcn needed and today am entirely cured tcannot express the thahks j feel for what you have done for hTe For advice In cases requiring special dtrec address giving symptoms the Ladles ChaUnooaMedlobe I MIlOF Mt Vernon Signal Mt VERNOM Kv March 8 1901 j LvJTIME TABLE 24 north 00 1105 a m 26 north 131amj 23 south 157 P III 25 South 145 a I AS LANDRUM Agent Entered at the Mt Vernwa Ky Post ofce n sec onaclaM mall matter- MAsoratc Ashland Lodge No Edo meets 2nd Sat jay 10 A m CHURCHES Christian Holds services 1st k 3rl Sunday at 11am and at 630 p in Presbyterian Holds services on the 2nd and lth Sunday morning and evening Baptist Church Services on the Second Saturday night and Snuday Sunday School at 9 a in every Sunday Prayer meeting on Tuesday nig- htsPrsoiia1s Mrs S N Davis is better Atty L W Betlmrum is im proving Mrs D N Williams is very ill with grip Mr 1J Miller still continues very feeble Atty R L Brown is in London on legal business Mrs Allen Hiatt was in town shopping Wednesday JW Tate of Brodhead was here a short while yesterday C C Williams was in Williams burg the first of the week C H Frith a young merchant of Brodhead was here Sunday Col R M Jackson of London was here a short while Sunday Squire Dannie Owens of Brod head was in town Wednesday Mrs A E Ewers entertained the college faculty Wednesday evening J W Baker went to Louisville Sunday to lay in his Spring stock of goods Mac Estes who has been sick for some time is in a very critical conditionMrs R McClure who had a stroke of paralysis about two weeks ago is better Mr and Mrs L C Smith passed up the K C Wednesday en route to Cincinnati Horace Benton ofBrodhead en tered the college Monday to take the Spring term Mr Bird Roberts came up from Brodhead Saturday afternoon and remained over Sunday J A Chappel the clever and splendid special agent for the L N was here yesterday- Dr D B Southards left Ioni day night for the Louisville Medical college to take a special course Rev A J Pike returned from Marion county Tuesday where he filled his regular appointment Sun day W F McClary will move from his farm on Renfro Creek back to his fathers old residence near townMiss Kate Redd of Crab Orch ard daughter of Mr Chas Redd Jr is the guest of Miss Alza Thompson Judge Richard G Williams of Mt Vernon was in Stanford last week and the Lincoln Democrat says that heandMr William Jen nings Price the next county at torney of Boyle are in the minds of the people as future Congres sional timber They constitut apart of the finest young men in Kentucky with records as whit as snow The News certainly agrees with the Democrat in its couclu sions about these two young men They are both worthy of any trust that alit people can bestow vori them Danyille JStevs fy l I 7 f Miss Delphia Colyer after an absence of severallweeks on ac toIschool Momliv ifIimsritJl that splendid merchant iud business man of Orlando vgs in Stanford a short while Monday Mrs Y T Short spent several thisjweekLancaster and Richmond W T Crawford of Kingston was here Saturday Mode as he is better known is a mighty good- man end is doing well over in Madi son i Mr S S Ball of Suit N C spent several days with friends and relatives in this county and while here called and subscribed for the Signal Miss Dovie Blythe Letcher gave a delightful card party Friday evening in honor of her charming guest Miss Ethel Manning of Man chesterRichmond Climax DrC D E and Mr J W Proctor of Rockcastle weie guests of Dr E J Brown They went to Dan ville Saturday to buy some liogsrinterior Journal Deputy Shei ill H L Tatehas- move from the Mrs Angie Steph ens property to S Hv Martins house in the west enc1of town Mrs Stephens will return to Mt Vernon sometime in this month J T Towery organized a tent of Maccabees at Flat Lick Knox county Saturday night with 26 member He left Wednesday aft ernoon for London for the purpose of organizing a tent at that place LOCALS Latest thins in collars and ties Ladies fancy combs The famous R G corsets come and see Frank Jones Livingston STOPS THE COUGH AND WORKS OFF THE COLD Laxative BroniOfQuinine Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents- BLACRsiIITHIJtGFor first class horse shoeing wagon repairing call and see me Shop just below railroad All work warranted J C TAYLOR felt 22 3t Mr Vernon Ky AGENTS WANTED For complete line of useful house holdarticles rapid sellers good money for energetic persons Call and see samplesJ P Lechleiter Mt Vernon Ky General agent for the state Feb 83t TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature is on each box 25cts The postoffice at Brodhead came very near being destroyed by fire this morning but the flames were soon extinguished and no damage was done except to the roof of the building Later Cabinet and most all of office destroyed NOTICE The School Trustees of Rockcastle county are hereby notified that W A B Davis on account of his severe sickness is un able to attend to any business per taining to the office of Suptf of schools S C Davis AG Lovell Cumminx StandLI- VINGSTON KY To MY CUSTOMERS 11Ito the W S Cummins storehouseI on Main street arid I all those who have given me their trade in the past and I want to invite all the people who have not been trading with me to come in and see my new line of goods and get my prices and see if I cant save you money I will treat you nicely and am sUe ifyou come once yon will come again Hoping to get a part of all your trade L- CRANK am Respt Yours ONES kA Born to the wife of W A B Davisoh the 3td a boy Mrs C tblineThoinrson of London widow of V H Thompson dicfiSulrtrday Most nlithfe pupils who have ofIMotula VilIsentence for the murder of Miss Mar Cloydwas refused a pardon by Gov Beckham grown Cress sold a lot of hogs last week to J L McCartey A J Thompson bought about 75 hogs in Rockcastle county which he is feeding Preachersville cor FecordIJailor G S Griffin is making some very valuable improvements on his house in the Northern part cf town by having it newly weath erboarded and a nice stone wall built in fron- tMARRIEDMr S B Ramsey and Miss Missouri Bryant daughter of C Bryant were married at the home of the brides parents last Thursday afternoon Rev James Riddle officiated Fire in the Wildie neighborhood did considerable damage to property last Sunday The wind was so high that it wac impossible to get it under control Mr Albert Fish had quite a lot of fence destroyed Frank Wallin who is well knows to most all Rockcastle people and who has been engaged for three years in the drug business at Nicholasville had his store room destroyed by fire The damage dene and amount of insurance carried if any are unknown This office has just printed 3000 circulars for W B Smith adver tising his new chicken feeder on which Mr Smith was granteda parent sometime ago It is a good invention and when the people realize the worth of it he will have no trouble in finding ready sales MISSING It is reported that Pat Welsh formerly of this place but now a resident of LouisvilleIand an employee of R R is missing was off last Saturday and started at once for his home but has not been seen or heard of since Foul play is suspected NOTICEOn each SAT URDAY only we will sell the follooI bargainsisugar 100 3 bars Big Deal soap 10 2 packages Arb or Lion coffee 24 i sack No i flour 561 5 file Keg soda 10 i fli African Java roasted coffee 20 1 lb best tea on earth 75 2 packs Arm Hammer soda 05 total 300 HOUK ADAMS Big Store Main st FIREForest fires did cosider able damage in the Southern part of the county Sunday Squire John ibba1Jof Cedarville lost his house barn and about 400 pan els of fence Near Hansford considerable fencing vas burned and Billy Kincer who left his mule some distance from the flames to go help fight the fire the saddle cought fire and was completely destroyed also burning the mule very badly NOTICE To my subscribers and especial ly those who live in other States who are behind with their subscription are earnestly requested to remit at once Just read the label on your paper and you can very readily see how you stand deHnquentIsubscrlbers greatly apprciated because the money spent for postage and time spent in writing a personal letter toea hone is a big thingand e hope that ailt to whom this is ap plicable will take cognizance of the importance of this notice f8If aulLazaiweBromo i the fremcdy that cases a cold tit ne ttijr MARRIED Mr W F Champ a thriving young business man of of Paint Lick and Miss Bessie McClure the youngest daughter of Judge and Mrs G W McClure of this place were married at the resi dence of Mr At Severa at Stanford yesterday by the Kev Hagan The wedding took place at i P vI and at 230 they left for Paint Lick where they will make their future home Mr apd Mrs S N Davis accompanied them to Stanford and witnessed the marriage Mr Champ is to be congratulated for his splendid vic tory in winning such a noble woman for a life con pa ion Miss Bessie was very popular with both the young and old people of society posessing as she dida mild manner aud even temperment with many superb qualities of both heart and brain The Signal extends its heartiest congratulations and its sincerest wishes are that as they travel down the rugged path way of life that the hours of sorrow and misfortune which must nes sarily come in some form or other will be but momentary compared with their hours of joy peace and prosperity What Is Up tar A NEW STORE AT CUMMINS STAND FRANK JONES CHEAP STORE Arbuckle Coffee 1234c- Best Green Coffee i2 4c- Fine Vienna Coffee 150 Lion Coffee I2In Granulated Sugar 6cLight Brown Sugar 63c- Best Dry Salt Meat IDC Nice pure Leaf LardIOC Best Meal iii market 6oc Best Patent Flour 65C Second best patent flour 6oc Best shipstuff r for 100 lbs California Hams per lb gc Canned Goods ST3 to IOC Uneeda Biscuit fresh per bojc 5c 2 lbs soda for 5C Mens Hats 75C up Ladies 250 shoe now 200 Gents 250 shoe now 200 Mens and Ladies solid shoes 125 Tranitl300 up AH grades calicoes this week 5cRihlOnsLaces 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 Cummins stand Livingston Ky Hacking There is noth ing so bad for a cough as cough ing It tears the- teIidermembrane of the throat and lungs and the wounds thusmade attract the germs of con sumption Stop byIof every kind for liwv over sixty years You jcant afford to be with III out it f11 AYfr p oralloosens the grasp of your cough The congestion of the throat and lungs is removed all inflammation is subdued and the cough drops away the one dollar size is the cheap est to keep on hand the SOc size for coughs you have had for some time the 25c size for an ordinarycold ForlS years I lead a had cough The doctors and everybody else thought 1 had a true cae consumption Then I tried Ayers Cherry Pc and it only took a bottle and a half to curl inc F MAKION MILLER Oct281898 Camden NY Write the Doctor If have any whatever and desire tho LcstmuIIcaladvlcewrltothDoctorfreelF pit 4 qo 1 t w Raqs to Texas At fre font intervals dur triptcketstbgUgri 3clt Route9 Otn Cairo and fitQmphis to points Louis Luna Texas and 7 Indian and Okla m i6ma Territories f tv greatly reduced rates ff I Tell aswi re you want to go also rwhen you would Jjke to leave and wet win tell you hei1 you can secure pat r of the lowrate tickets and what if will cornpletalschedute f little bcoct Trip to Texas i OiilcII P4 T A St lofc T 1 Brvant i FOR Fresh Groceries of all Kinds Near Depot THE PEOPLES DRUGHStORHlf o totIIoJI 1 C Ca DAVIS CO t c = DRUGS PATENT MEDICINES Perfumes Stationery Cigars Tobacco Paints Oils- TOILET ARTICLES PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED Ct STn r TO MAKE EVETf For Our Spring 0 DS For The Next EO Days AT COST EVERYTHING we have in Suits Overcoats Boots Overshoes Rubbers Mens Woolen Underwear Ladies Capes Faciptors and Roods Comforts and Blankets etc FRITH DUNN Brodhead Kentucky EVERY DAY IS t s Bargain Day We have a fnlr line of Dry Goods Notions Hats Shoes and Groceries MENS SUITS ALL WOOL FROM 3T05Over Doafe From 3DD to BQO In buying the price and quality are the two things to be considered Give t53 call and see for yourself l Y f L toO X IC RO 1J Ti s Opposite Court House tVphnoh Ky c 71 fi 7 itiiiL s it = = d- tII m c j9oiHOUK x ADAMS IQOI7 p TART INTO THE 2OT CENTURYL WITH a Big List of Unheard of BARGAINS H n 1 Jiaet Received a Full Iine OfSI rir1g Goods i ti r Rfl EAD Carefully Every Line of This Ad and Come and be Convinced that we are 1 Actually Selling Goods Cheaper Than Ever Known in MT VERNON HOME MARKETS Corrected each week by Houk Adams Mt Vernon Ky Arbuckles Coffee 126C Lion Coffee 126 c Green Coffee I2cI4cr5c I6cFlour No i per barrel 450 Belle of Lincoln per brl 400 Daisy flour pet h rr l 4io t belle flour 450 Bacon per lb 7fc Dan Boone Soap 3 calces 5C Star Soaj 3 cakes IDC RiceNoIperlb 7cGranulated Sugar per lb 6Jfc- j Extra Light Brown Sugar Ib 6 fc vSprup Caramel gal bucket 35C Sorghum best Jiomemade gal hoc Shipstuff per liundred ipo Calico all the jest brands SC Calico all cheap gr Wes 5C under 8jClothing 00 c Lard locin small lots IOCts in t 50 lb slots or more Northern seed oats perbit 450 Met hay on hand Eggs per doz 121 Feathers per lb 401 r Mil nDCKDrn 0 W H Brown and John Cress of Preacliersville bought several thisywek at 4g c s A G and J M Craig bought of V1I Pbyute one horse for 50 and one fiom John Colyer for 70 FOR SAIuI have for sale a lot of baled timothy hay worth 6ocfe per hindred also some corn JOHN PURCELL feb223t Jonas R Bush auct reports the sale of Mrs Nancy N Tuttle on the V26thr as well attendedand the foll Iamilch cow 34 50 i cow 31 75 3 twoyearold heifers 3 75 per hundred 2 heifer calves 15 50 each 9 sheep 4 10 per head i young horse oldtmare 73 i saddle horse 48 i old mare w9 50 i twoyearold mule 77 1 yearling mule 6r i old mule 35 n head hogs 5 20 per hundred hay io per ton Winchester Democrat A large crowd attended Frank Thompsons sale Tuesday and excellent prices were realized Milch cows brought 38 to 50 one yeat ling steer 42 50 one bull 40 calves 16 to 23 horses 20 to oogone mule 65 one brood sow2J 3 gilts Si6 to 19 25 One sow and five pigs 16 7 = 48 ewes 5 5 Pdr head corn in crib 2 2 toe 2gfper barrel hay 18 to 27 per stack meat shoulders 8 lfc sides lo c and hams r3Inc sorghum molasses 39Ci per gallon Mt Sterling Gazette Nothing is truer than lice is made up of small things The govern meat r ports shows that the value iof the isagreater than that of our immense tobacco crop aud that the value of eggs chickens geese etc exceeds the value of all the i agricultural uroclucts in the State Tf that be true antiwelave no reason to doubt itin the least then the good housewives of Kentucky in a very humble and quiet way without making any fuss aboutit are ntak ing nicfrc money and bringing more money into the State hy yay of their pifijlirv vards than all the farmerVoFtne State with theirec ten e tijrming costly machinery 41 Broohsle Reiiew i Tr T f Boots Wand Shoes 11ihn 1 nsi1r Oil t1roM OCEAN 10 o KEEP your feet dry and save a doctors bill The best at Honk Adams a J A Wood of Garrard sold 300 sheep at 3 to 34C and bought 1 I cattle at 25 and a bunch of yearlings at 2OThomos Met calf b Dudderara25 shoats at 45 c Lutes Coi bought of James Coulter 50 ewes at 4J B Foster bought of Willis Logan abunch of loopound shoats at 46cIllterior Journal W C Carpenter says he has bought over 200 hogs for March and April delivery at prices ranging from 485 to 5 He seems to be very confident of the continued ad vancement iu the prices of hogs Harrodsburg Democra- tV A Cox bought the Roberts tract of the Old Cook fam com prising 6 acres STRIKES A RICH FIND I was troubled for several years with chronic indigestion and nerv ous debility writes F J Green of Lancaster N H No remedy helped me until I began using Electric Bitters which did me more good than all the medicines I ever used They have also kept my wife in excellent health lor years She says Electric Bitters arejust splendid for female troubles that they are a grand tonic and in vigorator for weak run down women No other medicine can take its place in our family Try them Only Soc Satisfaction guaranteed by all Druggists i AN HONEST MEDICINE FOR LA GRIPPE George W Waitt of South Gardiner Mesays I have had theHvBrst andngrip and have taken lots of trash of no account but profit to the ven dor Chamberlains Cough Remedy is the only thing that has done any good whatever I have used one bottle ot it and the chills cold arid grip have all left me I con gratulate the manufacturers ofan honesl medicine i byiTheo Wesley Druggist Mrs C E VahDeusen of Kil b uruVis VS afflicted with stomach trouble and constipation lor a uavae tried runny preparations but none have done the the good that Chamberlains Stoiivah and Liver Tablets have These Tablets are for sale iat Theo Wesleys drug stole Price 25 ceitftY Samples free W roJJ 0 0 JCD JJ rrfJ M o SHOES for the farmer mechanic laborer banker arid the dude at all sorts of prices to suit all in fit style and price TWICE PROVEN From the Vindicator Rutherford tonN C The editor of the Vindicator has had occasion to test the efficacy of Chamberlains Pain Balm twice with the most remarkable results in each case First withrheumatism in the sholder from which he suffered excruciat ing pain for ten days which was relieved with two applications of Pain Balm rubbing the parts afflicted and realizing instant benefit andentire relief in a very short tithe Second in rheumatism in thigh joint almost prostrating him with severe pain which was reliev ed by two applications rubbing with the liniment on retiring at night and getting up free from pain For sale by Theo Wesley Druggist r NIGHT WAS HER TJSRROR hI would nightalong writes Mrs Chas ADple gate of Alexandria Ind and could hardly get any sleep I had consumption so bad that if I walk ed a block I would cough frightful riBIew gainedIS8anteed to cure Coughs Colds La Grippe Bronchitis and all Throat and Lundg Troubi sPrice soc and 100 Trial bottles Tree at tail Druggists drug store A GOOD COUGH MEDICINE FOR CHILDREN iI have no hesitancy in recom inend ng Chamberlains Cough Remedy says F P Moran a wellknown and popular baker of Petersburg Va We have given it to our children when troubled with bad coughs also whooping cough and it has always given perfect satisfaction It was recom mended to me by a druggist as the best cough medicine for chuldrenas it containedno opium or other harmful drug1ISoJd by Theo Wesley Druggist Headache often results from a disordered condition ofthe stomach and constipation of the bowels A dose or two of Chamberlains Stoinaclv and Liver Tablets will correct these disorders and cure the liieadache Sold bYT 11Vtfle ff1LitJ i CLOTHING Gents Furnishings DONT Spring Dress Suits guaiiiliteed to lit prices that cannot to leasClothing aiu fnrnisnings is no and invite to come and loot obtain bargains UO2M B RU Houk be suited blushl M DE TIS MT VERNON the G MCCLURE J ys VERNON All business entrusted will receive prompt Office No 8 in Hotel C C t Office on on Church attention given to G MT VERNON R L I MT VERNON i Special attention L lections t= CASES Only abso itJ- to client owing done terms Address De Care this Joyce Farmer SAMPLE rooms for Comm 0 =Granite Marble andl o ALL WORK FZ J Wear when you can got all so rue the leaders in Nice and iimnicr and fail there end all and L Wt brick Clothed in Style at the prices Houk Adams are fora place to obtain in of any kind such as fine suits medium suits Suits to suit any one in style and finish and price Boys suits fall ages Step in at Adams and W is not all We keep a line of kept general store in our store is a ERS Will find it to their to trade with us as we keep a farmer in prices that make competition special bar customers Hottlc Adams main st Phone No 252 R 38I tR AovtrneyatLaw 3EORET Guarantees Attorney OFFICEAt McCLURE ATTORNEY room legitimate MT accepted 2nd GIVENILL criminal MULLWS SATISFACTION MONUMENTAL wcler LIVINGSTON BrodbeadKy and nppreIHn patches Clothingof grades cheaprClothing tiesoLOOKING Clothing clothing general everything RemerrLber everything advantage everything Saturday Attorne bargains COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURTFourth Mon day in each month OUA1TiRL1ICouRTFirst Mon in and OctoberICIRCUIT CouRT Second A R1J- day in February Fourth i in May and rhird Monday in Sepl tember MT VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month RA JONES DENTIST STANFORD KY Phone No 48 Office over Higgins McKenneys Store P A PennIngton D D S M D DE1MTST N W Cor Third and Chestnut Sts LOUISVILLE KY Will he at Miller House 1t ernon during all Circuit Courts MACK ESTES Carpe ter and Cabinet Maker Mt Vernon Ky Mantle and Hatracks a specialty N tttDmntg q a 4 WOhCepJIt Honk Si Adams Mt Vet non y Ky FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING A full and complete stock All orders filled promptlyvw VqjiKfiftQifi Best goods and lowest prices BLANKENSHIP MULLINS Livingston K The Veranda flotei JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR Stanford ivy Specially equipped for traveling men Sample room on first floor Bathrooms free to guests RATES 200 per day Phone No I MT VERNON LIME COMPANY Manufacturers of Lime and hi il Tney also furnisli Lime BuM ing Store rough quarry JJLV veat Orders promptly filled V = 4 Miller House HUGH MILLER P ii Headqu artetP Jf4r Commercialx17 ttPorter at all h s Hoteliirii5i F FRANC Ct i Located at ihe l tjriv HotMlxi Yr r Good LiveJYiXj 1ed Mreiall Trains 14t 0 t fit 41t Travenng Menand t ihVn men Soiismed t Sir lunches for all irain rr Insurance of alt kinds Call at thc 1tr2a offise lit t e 14