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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t B r r I t 2rtflUut J n 2 Jit tg IB i 6 MT VERNON ROC CASTLII COUNTY KY FRIDAY MAR 29 1901 NUMBERJ TELL MY FRIENDS TO 13D BRA VE A1LJ F A lESS AND LO YAL rOTJfEGREATCOivhWON PEOPLE News Itejns Q There are 225 cases of measles at Mt Vernon Ind Twogirls were killed by light nil1 GasThe German ship Brutus has been lost with all on board President Kruegar will probably visit the United States in April There is an average of six new cases of bubonic plague reported daily at Cape Town f LW Linley an old line Republican goes for Sapp and calls for a repudiation of f the boss Robbers broke open a bank at Somerset 0 and secured 5000 escaping after a lively fight with citizensIt stated the United States has just declined to enter a protest against the seizure of Manchuria by Russia It is stated that amine was discovered beneath the palace of the Czar at Tsarskoe Solo near St FetersburgIThe United States cruiser New York which is to enforce the pay ment of claims by Morocco reach trig Tangier r A band of Turks massacred three Bulgarian families near Sa iouica and the outrage has caused a big EensatIOl- tThe Duke and Duchess of York in their tour of the world reached Malta Monday and were received with much eclat James HensJey a Boyd county farmer rode home froth Catletts burg and fell from his horse dead at his farm gate u A young ranchman committed suicide near Compton Cal after having used his pistol upon others with deadly effect rGreat excitement prevails at Rio Janeiro over the arrest of Admiral titIclloandothers on the discovery of a mouaiclnstic plot The widow of Preston S Brooks who caned Chas Sumner in the United States Senate died at Co lunibus S C Monday The cannel coal mines at Can neilon were closed down the op erators declaring they are unable to v pay the union rate of wages Rabbi Joseph Mosey one of the most noted Jewish divines in this s country was confirmed into the Christian faith in New York i tan Montgomer3 colored is rtsder arrest at Danville charged I Tfirh murdering his little daughter to obtain 80 insurance on her life I The American National Bank of Bowlingrn Capt C G Small house and L R Porter for 5500 on indorsements George Goulds plan to become the head of a combination of rail roads at toiaCougressinau Henry A CooperII of Wisconsin whp has just torsay ibrthe islanders He alsoI says annexation is sure to j The Bank of Columbus Ky ivas tabbed MPnday mornufgat 2 bclciiirk c ftrom7oo to 10000 the rpthers escapeiiigbut four S tspc ctrwerecaptured Uiun Cityrenni J j7 j Mjrs E Thompson wife ofa iprouiiie nt druggist atG eorgetp vn killed her little child and herself pvthroats The news was a great shock to the community A hurricane has wrought lerri r bithavoc toLnr Spiuls Pacific Several tiing vessels were wTtc i edit NeW t aletloniawith heavy f lct4iSa af Nartl ralW1e NC1t- qu BRODHEAD0 Jake Pike was in our town Sun day Little Joe Robins was sick last week f Rev Livingston was with us SundayHurrah for Buck Varnon for Supt of schools Horace Benton was home from college last week Dr Proctor of Quail was in our town Wednesday Mrs Joshua Dunn is visiting at Lowell this week Little Virgie Francisco is very sick at this writing Rev Heudrickson left for Indiana Thursday nightIMr W D Gibbs of Gum Sulphur was here Friday Mrs Lou Purzell is visiting Miss Sallie Purcell this week Mr Joel Pike ws visiting his cousin Ben Pike Sunday Mrs R L Coffee of Renfro was shopping here Wednesday Born to the wife of Dick Killon on last Sunday a fine boy Lee Baker who has been sick for some time is improving Mrs J E Wallen who has been sick for some time is up again Mr Jim Crawford a prosperous farmer was in town Friday Mr A R Hendrickson and sis ter Bettie went to Oak Hill Tues day Mr Jessee Pike of Livingston is attending the meeting here this weekQuite a crowd of young folks went to Brown springs Sunday evening Mr Rosco Perkins of Crab Orch ard is visiting Mr Ed Albright this week Several young folks of Freedom neighborhood attended preaching here Sunday Miss Delfie Collyer returned to Mt Vernon Sunday where she is attending school Mr John Craig passed through here Saturday taking some nice cattle to Lancaster Mr A K McClary a prominent farmer o f Oak Hill neighborhood was in town Friday last Miss Bettie Wilmott who is at tending school at Livingston visited home folks here Sunday The infant child of William Fran cisco has been verysick but is some better at this writing Miss Clyde Cass of Mt Vernon attended the burial of her little cousin Hazel Tharp Friday Messrs John Brown and Mason Dowell of Bee Lick attended church here Thutsday night Rev Kin Pike assisted by Rev Holtzclaw is holding a series of meetings at the M E church Messrs Bpgue Brown and John Cress passed through here Friday with a fine lot of cattle and hogs Ben Yaclon find daughter Nan ine attended the burial of Mr Dan Gobite of Rowland last Friday E F Newcombi of Lebanon representing t1 eR B Lancaster INIJILCt was in our town Wednes- claC f 1f JHtenry Tharp Vaivd family accia llI1led Miss laud Tharp trQtttItllQhd IJipme at Loretta JlSundH rs Chrence and folrttrPer jn ff Higans ort D art visiting R 11 Ini th ircrrandfatJer at- tliIsIcC i Ji The infant child of Charles Def Borri died Friday night and was 1 tjjcifit the Christian church r SatrdsIv daughtIeC J1o ed J9cTh u r d y wiiHnled here at the Christian j Messrs L L Jarrett R H Hamm Larkin Hicks A J and R P Pike all wet to Crab Orch and Saturday belingthe Christian church will come off in about three weeks Mr John Anderson and family who left here for Illinois four years ago returned Friday and will make their future home in Kentucky arrestedrMr William Holt last Tuesday and took him to Mt Vernon and ploced him in jail on a charge of adultery Miss Amy Pike who is attending school at Mt Vernon spent Saturday till Monday with home folks here and our handsome little merchant was smiling again Quite a number of preachers and some of the sisteis of our town took dinner with Mrs J H Al bright at the Albright house Sun day and report a pleasant time and a good dinner i Death has been in our midst and claimed for its victim Mrs W G harp whom we have been report ing ill for quite a while Last Tues day the Alwise God called her away from this world and her loved ones She was taken to the M E church Wednesday and after appropriate services by Revs Kin Pike G D Hendrickson and A J Pike the casket covered with flowers was lowered in the wave POSSOM HOLLER LEVEI GREEN I Q Dear Ed i am rocked sorry that you ar sich a pore scollar or that i rite so badly that you cant read it You must quit making so many printed mistakes I kno iam a GOOD speller an ive bin doin ov my best to improve mi hand rite so the state board can read the aii cers that I give when i am examin ed fur a sustificate ov Eelygybility I beliey that iz its name Just az sure az the Primary iz over an it iz decided which ov my opponents haz sacrificed tother i shall begin in vearnest to prepareI an altar made ov ocratic and Populist timber upon which to offer up the slayer oy hiz political brother Wont I hay me sum fun tho- School teachers have begun their annual visitsto trustees and with them and the 40 Republican can didates in the saddle the roads air kept beaten clear ovmud and the dear pepil receive calls without number Now mr editor I dont like to see matters things and men change so suddenly nor can Uas sine in my scriptural or constytu tional rezen fur itef the pepil ar dear and they ar the sovejen pour jest prior to elections and ESPEcrAXLY so with candidates why jz itV notconsidered ally the time and particularly so byOthe successful You elect me dear pepiland Ill remember you in six troubles and be near by you iu the seventh i sumtiraes wish id bin a ru ub ican but then imiial iVYS uiakin sum kind ov ajkfule wish Aiiwiser man oncexsaid f 1l NoiiPi bufcfules or pore pepilever wish If this be true there iz no yonder fur my wishiti g t Oufarmers are well up with the Spring work breaking sowing oats gardening and potato plant ing The season seems to hay bin unusually favorable to the lamb crop They are of aoetter grader than common taud the ewes have mytdqntrewe gave to two lambs both are now wliving and nursed by tlieewe oath r difference of 25 dri s intllelFalte i XbJccrtt iqJY no lie any person doubting it lIS call at my place and see the with their mammy if they wish and without cost too Stock hogs and cattle were never scarcer in this part of Rockcastle than now f Horses and irish taters are plen tifulal1q very cheap Dr A K Gooch has been prac ticing medicine Sec this week in Possom Holler He seems to be well up in certain cases Rev F L Warren the boss joker was assisting him Our old pupil John W Wesley Kirby has de serted his post at school and is peoplereceives votes electedbif nominated What a pity it iz that politix has got so fur apart in Rockcastle county that we cant have evena little political fun on election days But then the tide will turn and when it does well swop positions with you repubs Now jilt remember what I tell you Yours in truth BUCK VARNOX A HORRIBLE OUTBREAK Of large sores on my little daughters head developed into a case of scaldhead writes C D Isbill of Morganton Tenn but Bucklens Arnica Salve completely cured her Its a guaranteed cure for Eczema Tetter Salt Rheum Pimples Sores Ulcers and Piles Only 25 cents at all Druggists A GOOD CQT GH5MEDICINEvFpR CHILDREN I have no hesitancy in recom mending Chamberlains Cough Remedy says F F 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 per fect satisfaction It was recom mended to me by a druggist as the best cough medicine for children it contained no opium or other harmful drug Sold by Theo Wesley Druggist ItP 4r IlfJJ ItIIi i d tIThe most beautiful thingin tI t111edimples and joy Themost itifhftJ1ing is v that 5anteiBhb thin and in pain Yncltic1 1 mother does riotknO tHat little fat makcsall the 1ifc = ence j Pimples and joy have gone and left hollows raid fear the fat that was comfort a di color and curveall hilt vpity and loveis gone The little one gets ifo fat someIor foodmill She has had no fit for weeks is living on that she had stored in that glum p little body of hers and that is j gone She is starving for fat it is death be quick j v v Scotts Emulsion of Cod Lever Oil Ois the fat she can takej at will save her T rfic genuine has th is picture on itilate Ifvon have not tried it send for tree sample its agreeable taste will surprise you SCOTT BOWNE Chemtsts 409 Pearl StI N Y 5Oc and1Qall h THE BANK OF ML- i ERNON rMT VeRNON fKy 1PFD 1900 J CAPITAL STOCK 15000 3 H MARTIN PRES A E EWERS VICIs PRits Y4 RICAARDS CASHIER A B FURNISH ASST CASH KruegerGeoWe solicit accounts of firms and individuals Careful attention is given collections entrusted to us Our friends and patrons are invited to call when ill town First National Bank OFSJANFORDKYfo-Capital Stock 5100000 Surplus 1804076 DIRECTORS c JWHaydeni W P Walton J H Collier rD Elmore 0 Riecl T P Hill S H Baughman W A Tribble M J Miller and S T Harris a We solicit the accounts of the citizens of Rockcastle and adjoiniiig counties assuring them prompt and careful attention to all busi ness intrusted to us Personal application and correspond ence with a view to business relations invited lS HOCKER Pres JNoT J McROBERTS Cashier A A McKINNEY Asst Cashier DANNIEOWENSyM UNDERTAKER Caskets Coffins Robes Etc Kept in Stock Or 1ersbyMaiIlelegnlph or Telephone Promptly filled BRODHEAD KKNTUCKV GO TO JONAS MCKENZIE MT VERNON KY for Everythingjn Plty GoodsrClothing Boots soil lioo a ana Gen rtr Merchandise BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PCKS WILLIS GRIFFINPractical TJndertlcer 4 and FUNERAL DFRKCTOR i Mt Vernon Kv KeepsCoffiiis Caskets Robes Linen Hosoms Cuff and Collar sJ ftifnisli Metallic Caskets and have Embalming loneatice and easy terms M Orders by tele graphor telephone promptly alUMultrtl to slat and injiht A SWIFT t PACE r ttj h L f Ill il 1ilr it 1 i iW w WITHER 3 tIi ti STANFORD f1 A b ft1 ti x i WILL continue business a the old sta IHh nd sell glIS WHOLESALE Prices Goodwill e IxjMvht uirJ laj r1t9 tZties android for spot cash only tf IT matters not hots far avhv yotJ dwrirjtMiicaM St a til ra 1EoilR1w c r fS W W WITHERS TVVK Ji t MtVeraon Signall t ttuv March 29 IQOI Jutiisfad every Friday yt1 i7C Rs SfILBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE EAkioo- irfV iths rates made known on application ANNOUNCEMENTS We are autltorzedto announce Chesley Payne u 1 candidate for Magistrate in theFourth district subject to the action of the Republican panv To call the County Committee together or not to call the County Committee together That is the question To have a ring pri wary or a slate convention Oh my God Betty Ann come and tell us These solemn perplexing questions have brought upon us night hosses and day mares We rise in the morning with a dark brown taste in our mouth our head dizzy our feet sore and our limbs stiff We see visions andwe dream dreams and all because of the question as to when we should call the Committee together Some i want us to resign our exalted posi tion some are going to kick us i out others are going to petition the State Cential Committee to dump us iii the river and drown us while jbchers will ask the legislature to pass a law agin us holding this mighty cepter of power any longer But boys we are driving this here bandwagon of Committeemen and we never drove a wagon in all our lives without holding the reins and if the court knows herself and she t inks she do we still hold the reins and we never cluck to our houses until we are ready for them jto start We know our business we do So you candidates just as well go on and plant your taters your beans and your cabbage turn your corn ground and plant your corn get your bulltongue plow and scratch in your oats and then long aout dog days in the shank ofthe summer as it were wo will make the call and riot till theft But the races are all wade up skusin i the Coroner and we hereby pub lish and declare ourself for coro ner as Tom Clarks successor i 45 Not an LN cowcoroner but for that paying lucrative office of county Coroner We dont cafe a copper about the large mount of salary and the fees because we are enough like Andrew Carnegie to divide up with the boys who work for us and if that isnt enough our dear fellow workers and supporters we will go down into the rich t coffers of the Signal and make further contributions In the race for judge there areIDevil John Angiiu Odum Gibson W R Dickeirson and Steve Durham running neck and neck with chances in favor of all four treading on the very heels of these swift runners can be seen Bill Hammond and Bill Short Jones Fish and Speaker Bentley For County Attorney we see old age and youth gray hairs and glossy black locks con tending with each other Brother Lamb has always been a great friend of humanity a preacher who in every sermon advocated the en forcement of the lawevery due remembers his famous speech in case of the Com against John Mea dows for the killing of the Matthew boys It was pronounced by aU- to have been the speech of his life As our good and pious friend and r Christian neighbor Geo Freder icks would say there are 17 can didates and Bill Baker for jailer with every one certain of election Mat Ballard has riddenI3Iorses down and has now borrowedone of Bill Dillions mules on which to electioneer for the office of Supt t of Schools Bill Davis has torn down too many houses ad built Vnew ones some think but just spellwaitand he will teach them tricks of which the v never dreamed In the sheriffs race Napoleon has met l Wellington Brutus and Caesar- rS 4rl 1 f have locked horns and wllLtry con clusions The gong has sounded and the people have said Withb swordsQhsheathedand bayonets glistening in the air Griffin and Tate have started for the tax books Some say Tate is the stuff while others say you cant down Griffin From the watch tower we will view the track and see the race To them both we say lay on McDuff and damn be he who first cries hold enough It looks tmfairfor two active vigorous young men to jump on one old one but that sight is presented in the race for County Clerk There is the old war veteran of 6 to 65 with 14 families to feed and shelter pleading for his fifth term as clerk The young Ohioan Harry Blazer hailing from the State that gave to this country Hayes Garfield Vm McKinley and a host of other runners de sires to try his hand in that same office Then comes Bogie Phil waysIthe racecourse and declared himself a candidate to the very end In our conclusion however we will tell our many readers some thing very new but true something of which possibly you have not yet heard It is not with pain but more with pleasurethat we gently break to you the news that John Kirby is a candidate for assessor For all these blessings whether temporal or spiritual let us take oft our bonnets bow our heads and say amen and amen AGUINALDO the rebel leader and his entire staff of Filipinos have been captured and brought to Manila as prisoners He was taken in his hiding place in the province of Isabella Island of Luzon by Brig Gen Funston WE commend Pres McKinley on his action in pardoning John L Bosley of Paris who was convicted for a technical violation of the postal law- BOYLE county has fifteen can didates in the field for the seven offices Hah that is uothitlgat all Rockcastle has 53 and it not a good year tor candidates either GOOD ROADS FOR FARMERS 0 It seems that the stimulation for good roads by some means has about dropped out Why cant we hear something more from Buck Varnon or the Citizen Now in the introduction of my letter if it should find its way in print instead of the waste basket 1 will sa that bad roads is the greatest drawback we have to bur county and for the lack good roads our farmers suffer more than any other class It is ab solutely unne ssary to discuss the benefits to be derived by them from improved roads it is useless for me to say that in some locali ties where good roads have been built are becoming richer more prosperous and more thickly set tIed with good people while those who do not possess thse advantages are on a standstill and in many places the property is depreciating in value instead of getting better I heard a gentleman in my townt say a few days ago that in the county which he came from that only a few years ago land was 30 per acre which was a big price but just as soon as a pike was built through the ueigborhood the land which Jiad heretofore been selling at 30 per acie advanced t65oj and was hard to buy then even at the advanced price Why not ooh up people and go to work to try to throughoutoufientire good roads all over out American soil and money wisely expended for this purpose is sure toreturn So lets move them out of the creeks make them straight if possible and them the material that phselandreach A little energy along this line Will save us horse fresh unnec essary blacksmith bills and at the same time W1tIpe sourcefnf great pleasure to aidesIt4ehe fe that good is roads and the school master are the two mos important agents in ad vancing civilization Now good pe ople this is a public interprise this is for you to consider Reader you roll a wheel toward the firm ground and see if your neighbor wont prop for you and if he fails then heis not your neighbor T C Johnson R C MCCRACKEN w J W improvingcThe new Railroad is the talk no- T C was with his best girl Sundayr Born to the wife of 1 R McCra cken a fine boy A Coffey has found his cattle which were lost We are expecting the new R R to come down Crooked Creek judge Chenault passed through last week on his way to McKee on business Mrs J M Chasteen who has been very ill with pneumonia fever is up again Dr Lewis was in this part of the county the first of the week on pro fessional business- M D Ash is out taking Options in Jackson county for the Rig Hill Coal and Mining Co James Ponder who left this coun two or three years ago is moving back to old Rockcastle again Rev Dillard Parker filled his re gular appointment at New Hope church Sunday with a good atten danceWm Alcorn the hustling candi date for magistrate in the second district says he meets friends ev erywhere he goes NIGHT WAS HER TERROR I would cough nearly all night long writes Mrs Chas Apple 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 frightfully and spit blood but when all other medicines failed three roo bottles of Dr Kings New Discov ery wholly cured me and I gained 58 pounds Its absolutely guar anteed to cure Coughs Colds La Grippe Bronchitis and all Throat and Lundg Troubles Price 5oc and 100 Trial bottles free at all Druggists drug store STRIKES A RICH FIND I was troubled for several years with chronic indigestion and nervous debility writes F J Green of Lancaster NH 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 Jor years She says Electric Bitters arejust splendidor femaletroubles 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 5oc Satisfaction guaranteed by all Druggists CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of WABDo 1U Walden will go to traveling for Mr Martin again soon Those that had grip have all about recovered The children of Rev HT Wil cams and T J Jackson are very bad with whooping cough Miss Allie Moore left Sunday- to Visit her brother at East Hen stadttJ- weiYt U Wallen and Gabe Price to BrodheadSdtnrday Mrs Marion Den ham andMiss Aunie Cummins were visiting Mrs Searcey Sunday Miss Mary Grider was visiting Miss Rebecca Bray Sunday TheCunarilli1erEtr r encountered a fierce gale eft route ton r iverppol toN w York One girl pasSeiigerb2eaaletletrientr- eta and a seoiidcbI passenger otmL CALEB POWERS AND JIM HOWARD GET NEW TRIALS The Court ot Appeals yesterday granted James Howard and Caleb Powers new trials both having been convicted for the assasination of Gov Goebel The reversal in the Howard case was by the whole court In the Powers case Judges Hobson Paynter and White dis sent Pat McDonalds testimony and Judge Cantrills seventh in struction is made the basis of the reversal Taylor pardons are pro nounced worthless by the court and the endictnients are held to be good It is not so much what the news papers says as what neighbor says to neighbor or friend to friend that has brought Chamberlains Colic 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 hill It is the one remedy that can al ways be depended upon whether a baby be sick with cholera infautum or a man with cholera morbus It is pleasant safe and reliable Have you a bottle of it in your home For sale by Theo Wesley Druggist Headache otten results from a disordered condition of the stomach and constipation of the bowels A dose or two of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets will correct these disorders and cure the headache Sold by Theo Wesley Druggist NOTICEOn each SAT URDAY only we will sell the folio v ing assortment of bargains 1 8 lbs bet granulated sugar roo 3 bars Big Deal soap 10 2 packages Arb or Lion coffee 24 i sack No i flour 56 5 Ibs Keg soda i o 11b African Java roasted coffee 20 1111 best tea on earth 75 2 packs Ann Hammer soda 05 total JIHOUK ADAiyiS Big Store Main st WORKING 24 HOURS A DAY Theres n i rest for those tiieless little Will kersDr Kings New Life Pills Millions are always busy curing Torpid Liver Jaundice Biliousness Fever and Ague The Vanish Sick Headache drive out Malaria Never gripe or vea k en Smfjll taste nice work won ders Try them 25C at all Druggist y tOthr + W6- Do not think for a single moment that- consumption will ever strike you a sudden blow It does not come that wayIt creeps its way along First you think it is a little cold nothing but a hackingIin weight then g harder cough then the fever and the night sweats diseaseIcure your cough today You can do it with 4 QhorrwPctorat The pressure oil the chest is lifted that feeliing of suffocation is reJImoved and you are cur ed You can stop that little cold with a 25 cent bottle harder o s Ijfone dollar size be imost economical Ayerherrvlecturalto J nu using iti min my ovn Jainil v r j IIUv1I0 f 1J The Bind You Have Always Bought and which has been in ae for over 30 years ias borne the signature of and ls been made under his per sonal supervision inco its infancy Allow no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasjjooa are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger tIle health of Infants anti Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for pastor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhrea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation anti Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Dowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIABears ALWAYS v The Kind You Iiao Always Bought Isi Use For Over 3Q Years THE 77 STBCETjVW 7 K r 4A rltJ y7 1f EVERY DAY IS i Bargain Dayff JJ We have a inll line of Dry Goods Notion Hats3rf 1 Shoes and Groceries ifMENS SUITS Abb WOOL FROSVlJ f 7 3T05 fy2E In buying vtho price i111tquality are the two 15 foraEftyourself COX BROS Opposite Court Hotrae Xlh Vornon K y fe- 2DK3it JiEL A O Lv Rat to Texas r You Get N I the Profits No BogJJIJ8S0 toP tAt fretynt intervals dur tripTickets I cttQelt Route Jippm Cairo and Memphis to points g1li1 Arkansas Louis ana Texas and Indian and Okla gh6ma Territories fagreatly reduced i rafars ij i I Teltiisiw hereu want to go also i when you would like to leave and we will tell you when you can secure one of the lowrate tickets and what it will completelscheduJe f little book Trip to Texas R T P A CiBctastF Oleo I P i34 T A SL tads 2fe k Under our plan of selling carriages bug jobber with thp manufacture you pay only the cost of X X yonXfullest nssortment 0nrplanof ISBaCgrI s Yir gCarriages Direct I satIstled x robesblankets freeX AND HARNESS CO X lox 772 Colnmbtrt Ohio H C Black son of Banker J A A terrible wiudstnrinswPt over Blackof Barbonrville was ap Birmingham Ala and vicinity 1nintedand has successfully passed Monday killing fifteen peoplem the examination for entrance into Birmingham and suburbs anlinf Vest Point AccadenV Caleb jurin many Fifty were Iilledatd Powers was the last to take the lean late a few miles awny A3 t rxoinination from JJie Eleventh iniiiber of houses are repoTted to rv t F tr X have been r eckede F MtVern0fl Signal Mt VBRNON KLv March 29 1901 l UouisVlXrVk P R Co J TIME TABLE 2 4 north 1105 a m 26 north I3I am 23 soiith iS7 P IPi 25 South i45 a m- FAS RAXDRUM Agent Entered lit lke Mr YernK Postoffice ns ue innclass malt matter MASONIC Ashland Lodge No 640 meets 2nd Sal lay 10 A m ChURCIES Chnsti lIonHold services 1st S 3rl Sunday At 11 a in and at 630 p in Presbyterian Holds services on the 2nd and 4th Sunday JiirniJiifAuc1 evening SecondBaptistSaturday night and School at 9 a iu every Sunday Prayer meeting on Tuesday nitjlus orr Personals =o 1r M Owens is very sicwitli Sripjrf Mr LC Snfitli of Livingston is here San IIysinger was in Lincoln SaturdayMiss Hysingeivfeiitered College Monday last Brodhead1rwas here Monday J S Damarpri of Crab Orchard was here on business Miss Annie Hysinger was in town shopping Monday last Mrs Sue Mullins was up from Livingston the first of the week Emmet Treadway left Tuesday night for Missouri where he will locateDr W E Proctor was here Monday looking very much improved in health Judge McClure was quite sick yesterday Dr Peuuiugton was call ed to see him Fritz Kreuger went to Paint Lick Tuesday to make a bid ou the bank building Deputy Sheriff H L Tate is con fmedto his room this week on ac count of being ill Rev William Williams will preach at Langford school house Sunday nt 11 oclock Mrs Will Casper feft Sunday night for Rossville Ga where she will join her husband- S N Davis our splendid sur veyor is doing some vfork for the Chenault Co this week David Butner writes from Tus calo Illfor the Signal and says uicelyOHDr Wesley a prominent physi cian of Lancaster visited his brother Theo Wesley this week Jonas Mckenzie went to Pulaska yesterday to see his sister Rob COX IS running M r Me store Mrs Hosack and her son Tom of Belle Center 0 are here visit ing her daughter Mrs Meshac GentryT Todd the London carpenter is here finishing up the wood work on Kreugerfs new brick res idence Mr and lr3i j Lawrence after a visited of several days to relatives here returned to Guthrie Ky Friday Dr Lucas Ab Sparks W C and i A Mullins and C Smith were up from Livingston attend iahg county court Monday 92F9nP Baine of Barbour vibe twho was reported to be dead of pneumonia fever is still alive with good chances for recovery MJss Annie Thompson will rep rcscnt Rockcaslle in the dqclama tory contest to be held at Stanford Tune 2 st Miss Annieisabeautri fU1ecitcf and the one who wins IrealhattheyIruc testat Cnenauit was here Wed IJudge examining the records and paving the boys for their land and mearal right4along Brush Creek M G Umvell of Quail one of our splendid voung teachers tnld us last week that he would take the Normal term here in May and JuneI Mr D N Williams received news news yesteday of the serious llness of his brotherinlaw Wil liam Boulware of Kingston caused by a fall- Messrs Jones and Smith appear before Referee Saunders of Stan ford today with their attorney C C Williams to file a schedule of their property and a list of their crditorsMrs G M Patterson has re turned from Livingston where she arranged as president of the district W C T U for the next annual meeting of that or ganization April 30 and May t and 2 The district includes the couu ties of Boyle Madison Mercer Gar rard and Rockcastle Lancaster cor interior Journal LOCALS Be sure and read Mrs Sallie Williams opening nd A G Craig bought of Judge J B Lair a mare for 90 Attorney J W Brown was ape pointed special commissioner to settle with the sheriff M G Reynold made settlement with the County Court last Wednesday as the administrator of Margaret Capps estate WANTED To buy 3000 hens will pay 5cts per pound cash ADAMSIiThe L N is making some very valuable improvements on the track New ties are being put in new steel laid and a general improvement in every particular John St John a little bcv at the Poor House was bound out last Monday to J C Rymel until he reaches his majority by order of the county Judge Jesse Dykes of Conway present ed the will of William Young in county court last Monday and the same was probated after being pro ved by Luther Keltou Dr Lovell chairman of the County Board of Health reports another case of small pox on Brush Creek above Orlando The victim is a son of Bud Abney FOR SALE A two story brick residence and a two story brick store room AddressFritz Krueger Mch 293 Mt Vernon Ky STOPS THE COUGH AND WORKS OFF THE COLD Laxative BromoQuinine Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents 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 25ctsAlex Pennington of this office got his hand caugbt and very severely mashed the first of the week and consequently the editor has bad to act the part of devil typesetter and general roustabout and jail combined isr just a little more altogetherIacceptable to his good nature Master commissioner Do Jjj auctionLthe totbe sold in the following styled cases Stephen Anglin vs Garfield Clark sold to Plaintiff far 100 Mrs Ann Phillips vs Alfred John JohnFishfor 75 Emma Mc C Hart guard ian etc vs Alfred Hart to plaintiff Allmer Cummins etc sold to George Thompson for 500 C CoVIl liams vs John F Anderson Itf plaintiff audiMaggie Holmes vs P T Hall to defendant for 476 providing bond is made against Saturday other WIDoctor jointly fori4oV i b IN COUNTY cbukT John Cro mer wits fined and the cost for being drunk Squire George Pit man charged with carrying con cealed weapdus discharged Mrs Ellen Hardin 30 days imprison merit for receiving stolen property We desire to correct a statement made sometime ago that George Adams was indicted for selling liquor He is indicted for giving liquor to his minor brother but so far as selling any it is all a mis take G Hail George W Wait IRWait and L E Hunt charged conspiracy to defraud the Somerset Banking Co were fined SIOOG each to be paid at hard labor if not paid in money or replevied Now send them to the penitentiary where they belong and the stock holders of that bank who live in this county will be partially satisfied WILL PROBATED The will of the late J K McClary was pro bated in county court Monday With the exception ofiooo which he set apart for the comple tion of his daughters education he divided the estate equally be tween his two children W F and Margaret In addition he bequeathed to his nurse Miss Mollie Carmon 100 to Dick the colored boy 10 and Sallie Stigall his cook 10 Attorney J W Brown and his son Will McClary were named as the executors of the estate LIVINGSTON0 Mrs B N Roller returned from Louisville Sunday Miss Hattie Orndorff is visiting at Lebanon JunctionW Dilliou is on a business trip to Richmond Mrs Frank Jones is in Louisville buying a full stock of milliueiy goods Mrs Troutman and children of East Bernstadt were the guests of Mrs Charley Stark this week Miss Lizzie Carson of Crab Orch ard is visiting Joe Carson of this placeIverIDonspent a week with her husband his mill in Jackson county Judge Brown of London was in town j MondayMr Mrs L C Smith return ed to Wildie Saturday Dr Cooper was called to Mullius Station Mon day to see Mrs W 1 Dooley who was very sick Miss Lou Mullins ot Mullins Station is the guest of friends in town Miss Pearl Pollock has returned from a pleasant visit to the Misses Shelton of Stanford Jas Weaver of Jellico was in town Sundaythe folks on the hill were happy Uncle Ashley Owens is still improving and his welcome face will soon be seen on our streets again Henry Thompson the boss coal operator of Altamont was in town Wednesday Mrs Kittie King of Crab Orclrrd will be with Mrs Dillion this week with a full stock of fine millinery goods and invites the ladies of this place to give her a calL Mrs W F Tubbs who has been so very sick for sometime is no better Mrs Sue Mullins was in Mt Ver non Monday on business W C Mullins and Shannon McKinney went to Pittsburg Sunday B H Joplin of Mt Vernon was the guest of his friend Bill Mullins this week Miss Mattie Schoon over a trained nurse of Berea is here nursing Robert Burnes who feverIto their home in Knox county Mrs Ida Webb of Louisville and Leroy and Irene the two lovely children of Mrs Will Satterfield of Lebanon Junction are visiting at As NBeiitleys R A Sparks spent Sunday with hoinefolks at Richniqnd Mrs Sparks and little S countVJ with hi to be the guest of Mrs T J Ballard John Scott and wife of Crooked creek visited friends iivao wnv Saturday and Sunday h Matt Delph was arrested and taken to Jackson county Monday morning by Wiley Parker and Sam Rose charged with carrying rbn ealed weapons and incentliafy ibn It is claimed they were both drunk when they arrested Matt and would not allow him to see leis friends Sam Rose is a notorious tough of Jackson county and Wi ley Parker is still worse if possible It seems that some one is to blame for such men to be appointed as officers of the law- LaterDelph escaped and has moved his family Jto Louisville Quo VAD- ISORLANDO 0 There has been a run on the Reams sand bank and many car loads of deposits have been drawn out and shipped away There is no yellow flag of smallpox in our town the disease is miles up the creek and well under controle So please dont let the scare keep you away from this station if you have business here Ve will be glad to have our regular amount of business and insure you against smallpox or protectionI frauded in any business transac tionEverybodies enthusiastic about how well fish bites on Sunday Geo T Johnson was in Richmond during the week Rev Win Vil liamH and P W Clark attended Masonic lodge at Mt Vernon Mon day J C Childress was in Mt Vernon Wednesday on business James Reams has a very sick child J2 L Carter of Iangford was down this week Roundstone and Brush creek done themselves proud Monday night by leaping above the banks and playin g in the fields along their courses Speaking of businesspicking up when the Mining Company commences operation it is but natural to think that the whisky business will also boom For years past this section of the county has been called the moonshine district and chargethiscount her share of the cases on dockets of both circuit and county court and with increased population and more money the demands will be increased and the demands has always been filled with a fluid said to be clear as spring water with a great range of strength and aid to be adulterated and dangerous but it goes and will sell under any name Here are a few of the many names given the white whis by on which the special tax has not been paid White Lightning Bug Juice Thompsons Exc Water Egyptian Tea Fish and Snakebite Medicine and BaitI used for many diseases and its effects can be recommended to make a rich man poor a poor man rich cure the blues of1 give a man the blues make a man hate his friends or Love his enemies increase the amount ofa mans dignity and speech and decreases his judg ment call forth songs anSI laughter sobs and tears make poor music sound well cold weather appear warm or hot weather appear cool and pleasant will cure a headache or produce a very severe headache is a sure cure for a sick stpaiach bi produce the wbrst form of nau sic and vomiting Its effect generally gives satisfaction but only temporary relief so those who take it have to repeat the dose often to keep up the good effect All considered it is a wonderful medicine and it its manufacturers would have it patented and advertise it well the stew railroad would be a small business compar ed with tjlie White Lightning Manufacturing business As it is Mrs Nation will never dare to interfere lestthe Kidnapers carry her into Jackson county r2hls signature ia every box of the genui tutiveBromoQuinine TLb1et tbe r medir that cturea a cola n OROit To LOAN 32000 to loan wit security ontrstdas real estate at 61per cent Apply at This offce HatfiI AU 2 a of OLD Ladies lea ed and Young Ladies and Misses Hats Baby Caps and many t EVERY one should have a new hat for EASTER SUNDAY LOOK well for your husband LOOK pretty for best your Head with a Beautiful and THE LADIES from all sections of Rockcastle ale most cordially invited to come and inspect these beautiful novelties whether you by or not Every mother should have sufficient pride in her daughter to buy her a nice Spring Hat that is most durable and serviceable IT will pay you to travel many miles tc get a hat that is becoming i 25C 10 oo to i per yard Laces atc to loc per yard Fine Laces 2c to soc per ydj 25c Silks 45C per doz extra quality TO MYPattern Hat SPRING OPENING TOMORROW The 3 Dtii gild see the New StyleslofNobb yand Artistic Just from the Cities with nev and beautiful line Mid EASTER NOVELTIES your beauxSO DECORATE Becom1tlgHat HATS II tlandhatlPrices fBeautiful EMBROIDERY Gloves per1pair ljBeltsEmbroidery skeinsI HEAD Everything new for the head air pins side combs back combs and pompadour combs Lining stays brush binding hooks and eyes braids etc for dresses Cerebrated Straight front Corset Nice Ladies Vests Chiffons Liberty Silks Ribbons and flowers in all the new shades k RibbonsRibbons colors and styles Narrow black velvet ribbons and black lace the newest and latest styles for trimming all thin dresses NICE i5C to 150i1Petticoats shirts t Gents Ties youihose in black or white give me a call IAnd dont forget that tomorrow the 3othMy Opening =MRS t SftLLie WILLIftMS OLD BRICK HOTEL Opposite CourthouseMT RNON KYr SPECIAL NORM ALt At iMt Vernon Kentucky PREPARE TEACHERS for the examination or for anyone desiring to review the Common School branchesP prof Ewer s The principalHAS been engaged line of woilv aril is especially prepared for it fERM BEGINS APRIL 29T- HABryantFreShI j i c FOR Groceries of all Kinds Near Depot C Y= TIBPEOPLES r DRlJGl ST01 Lt C CDAVIS GO= L 3RDQS PATENT MEDICMffiS Perfumfe s tationer V J Cigars Tobacco Paints JitiTOILED ABT3CLEa t PRESCRIPTIONSCAREULII CoM o ID1 T i j901 HOUK ADAMS 1i t f I START I MTO TH E2OTH CEIMTU RY i 0 Ka Lmn HPMUIH inn in it1Ii J XU Li List of Unheard of BARGAINS rlr n IV f k t jfisfle eived a Fall line of Spria i1 it tO RB AD Carefully Every Line of This Ad and Come and be Convinced that we are Actually Selling Goods Cheaper Than Ever Known in MT VERNON 4 HOME MARKETSf- Corrected v each week by Houk Adams Mt Vernon Ky Arb rekles Coffee 12 faLion Coffee 12a c GreenCofFee Iot2r ci4cT5ci6 3C Flour No i per bar rel 450 Belle of Lincoln per brl 400 Daisy flour per barrel 4io Labelle flour 450 Bacon per Ib ioc Daul Boone Soap 3 Cakes 50 Star Soar 3 cakes ioc Rice No i per lbIseGranulated Sugar per Ib 6fc Extra Light Brown Sugar lb 6 faSprup Caramel gal bucket 350 Shipstuff per hundredI00Calico all the best brands 5C Calico all cheap grrdes 5C under Can goods Sysc Clothing suits 750 to 1500 Lard ioc in small lots bets in 50 lb lots or more Northern seed oats per bu 45C Millet hay on hand Eggs per doz QC Feathers per Ib 40 Lt1 ALLIILUXURY THIi1 our next m I want LION If the in imperfections is and preparations do not COFFEE havingIf a single try In w of COFFEE descriptive articlewhichY sealedPackagesSPICE Land Xtpck Drop O RobCux sold his flue snare dt E George sold a of at ti J2 cts od in Lancaster Monday 4 steer = for 125 and J M sold to W B Button a for 85 A Marian bought aarof h at Sun says that J 0 bought WIJ it V5c4Interitlr Journal r V V4 Ct vnV Ijf i fclrt 40 t 6 of C6 6or Claniord ti ilF d l 1 t ti olit t l R Dai i df f relcnaseent readn3rCInulerrr r s tr r 7 t t t i ryy Boots and J I J f i L frnJ 4t I tti = fl 0111 P fllOM OCEAN KEEP your feet and save a doctors bill at Houk l Adams iACH OIF advertisement You COFFEE because it is on hand order other price it V LION fenda fully CO TOLEDO gray Brown bunch JE Craig Craig horse trader sfa Yer1 sailles Cohen hpgy Jpspc rtllen Trthnll ltittnt dry The best t far ai we know for that number Democrat F OK SriAt my house be ivbej Mt Vernon and head oij the I ale 3O of nice timothY iJiy which Jvill very reasonable IMI 223i JOHN D PKKCKLI Gi errgtrWyRobinsou of Vanar 1t rrCttuil SfilJ to an Ii diairl uxuie mule at 6u i tr The COitti hi tccttInd inaby railv itrn g two for the slup T fl a rrQn iirtf Democrat V r l VIv a s61dviUf tjJJ1lH Vi fr J2niiox for ceJlverv 5l 1fIlUllf Rfey tnY jieau J ii eCKfr01ilJ t J IL1JICCI1 J JU1 L lw ttfiJt tl jW Iri i lirlei + t If 760 r Vlf J A Cli n L r0 ir t to Cf1to UJ 0 ttnD fJ rrIJ r O SHOES for the farmer mechanic laborer banker and dude at all sorts of prices to suit all in fit style and price A frHTtaN iraderA4AveiUiliDg If went to buy a whelp you wouldnt accept a kitten as a substitute even if the dealer urges Now dont accept a substitute for Baa ONGOFfEEg It is bound to turn out a com mon yellow cat with none of the strength of the lion Watch LION COFFEE I other you want coffee which to hide highly polished with eggs then buy LIOli you doubt this take package home and every package you illustrated and WOOLSON OHIO 340- shoats count hgs The lieafl olbttle atjS isi1 crs iQ will Time Brod State road have fctrti hale clear sell heul VIV qiitri cars risen iEiipurson illat le5 Jrj trchrrt ccut Iivf hfj the you lion you may orIt lbs from Messrs J M Lodridge Keene Arnold S M Branham and others at sets He bought a fat pow weighing i 790 lbs from Mr S T Hampton 21 3UctsVin chester Democrat- A jr Craig bought one c wand calf from Dock Owens for 35 also i twoyearold steer for 9 and sold tt Willie O veiis 2 Berkshire lies 4 months old for 11 Mrs CE VanDeusenof Kil bourn Wis wtS aff1ic dwith stomach trouble and constipation inr a long time Slit sasI have tried many prepnratuiiis but none lve dole g the obtli h m pIJa1ni tnm1 h3Hdtln r Tablets sale1Prce 25 C I21Li t rf fee did w P e r yCLti4 ntw rlJr g CLOTHING Gents Furnishings DONT Dress o fit and prices that tail to arid furnisniiigs is no end and invite all to come and look and obtain bargains UMO2B RU at Adams suited T need prices blush bat gains for Adams st Phone No 252 AN HONEST MEDICINE FOR LA GRIPPE George W of South Gardiner Me sayseel have had the worst cough cold chills and grip 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 good whatever I have used one bottle ot it and the chills cold and grip have all left me I the manufacturers of an honest medicine For sale by Theo Wesley Druggist ML MYERS DENTIST =MT VERNON KY OFFICEAt the Rice property PHONE No 38 G W MCCIURE J W BROWN McCLURE BROWN Attorne ys atJLa w- MT VERNON KY All business entrusted to our care will receive prompt attention Office room No 8 in the old Brick Hotel C C MT VERNON ICY OFFICE On 2nd floor of The Bank of Mt Vernon biiChuich street Special attention given to collections RQ Villiams A ttorneyatLa V7 MT VERNON KY R L BROWN ATTORNEY ATLAW MT VERNON KEPTUCKY stairs old brick hotel opposite Court house Special attention given to col lection- sMIJLLINS iQTEL Kttrriiwliecl vlthEvcry Conven ionce und Comfort Jobnr Pop LiviNGSTONKS- AMPLE rooms for men pw sG MONU111t1tA1 K T Granitilt1 Ivlarble Monutrieiit l Ilv + J T CL1 TT nN orv IIgO J jJ i finiiHMrliHMn lTHaBi Cib J Shoes a J 1 f t t Wear when can get of all grades findsobummer Clothing NICE Suitsuulailtce- dttiClothing cannot there r1Jt Clothed in Style at the prices Houk Adams fire selling clothing fine shirts collars and ties LOOKING for a place to obtain bargains in Clothing of any kind such as fine suits medium suits Suits to suit anyone l in style and finish and price Boys suits of all ages Stepin Houk and be any HE is not all We keep a line of everything kept in a general store Remember everything in our store is a bargain FARMERS find their advantage trade keep everything a farmer may that make competition Saturday special our customers Honk Main Waitt congratulate Williams AttorneyatLawI OFFICEUp in Farmerr Commercial lerFranci1VORR- SlirOlhcad t7nibstoiiest Clothing mens general it to to us as we at R COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURTFourtlt Mon day in each month- QUARTERLY COURTFltstMOn day iu January April July andI OctoberCIRCUIT CUURT Second Monday in February Fourth Monday in tember May and Third Monday in SepI MT VBRNOST POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month RA JONES DENTIST STANFORD KY Phone No 48 Office over Higgins McKenneys n Store P A Iennmuton U D S M D DENT8TY N W Con Third and Chestnut Sts LOUISVILLE KY Wit W at Miller House ItIernon during nil Circuit Courts ZEIJR T8ERVIDE1 ti2SPASE8 tc1tetluivwhere Qnlv IfiiiWmrtt work taken 0 111 iviiiTceK absolute fidelity to i ljMH Collections made t il1l do il npechplell direr Jt F tit i Iu Er tlSO11i1ble tf 71 d NtS 1 e l eCti VC LVietlsi Pnper I C ritamns d l r Alfi RliN OC r rt1 01ViEA N 110 JJl hd J Adauas i r J ioJ FurnitureUndertaking A full and complete stock All orders filled promptly Motto Best goods and lowest prices J A Mullins Son Successors to Blttnlanship t Mullihs LIVINGSTON KENTUCKY The Veranda Hotel JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR I Stanford Ky Specially equipped for traveling men Sample room on first floor Bath rooms free to guests RATES 200 per day Phone No i MT VERNON LIME COMPANY1 r fiManufacturers i of Limy and brick They also furnish Lime Buttling Stone rough quarry face or cut Orders promptly filled Miller House HUGH MILLER PROPS Headquarters for Commercial Men n Porter at vall r trainsM Hcre IitiiF FRAN ll Lt Iropr Located at the Dett ociheril KY Good Livery Attached Meet all4 Trains Day and Night Traveling Men end Railroad jh1lchr lhtiiali of all kinds C L nt flHI Si1fhco s jt VrrL1 1