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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ji i e I t 1Un 9tTh1fltI fgn I itj 7 I VOLUlEXY YT VERNON ROCPsASTLE COUNTI KY FRIDAY APRIL 19 1901 TUJI3E1i 30 TELL iYtY FRI ATDS TO BT ERA VF A1jJ FEARLESS AND LUY1T TO THE GRJrAT COJ1LJION PEOPLE News Items 0 Gov Dockery of Missouri vetoed the compulsory education hill Gen Gras the inventor of the rifle which hems his name died in France Prof Henry A Rowland of Johns Hopkins University did suddenlyIt been decided to zttjp Maine on T Memorial Day One of the worst snow storms in recent years was raging in Wyom ing Tuesday Wesley Turner who was shot by John Martin near died of his injuries IiddleS1OrOI Maj William Moiag teer Paymaster in the army died in the Philippines At Louisa John Abbott was given fifteen years imprisonment for killing Jay Burton Two hundred Lackawanna switch men went on a strike and miles of coal cars are blockaded A handsome monument will be erected to the gra veof the late Gen Henry W Lawton It is said a syndicate of New York capitalists will build a great theater in San Francisco It is stated that Prince Louis Napoleon has married the Grand Duchess Helena of Russia There is great indignation at Paducah over exposures concern ing the sale of diseased meat The Twentyeighth regiment and two battaliol1sof the Thirty fifth haye reached San Francisco Yierpont Morgan is said to have bought the recently recovered Gainsborough masterpiece for 100000 The Ponce Chamber of Lom inerce gives out a denial cf Gcv Allens report of Porno Rican prosperity Ii the mountains near Middles boro John Martin shot and fatally wounded Weriiev Turner More trouble is feared The winterCollege contest held at Lexington on last Friday night was won by the representative of State College Lew Welsh a negro convicted at Danville of running a crap game was fitled500 and given three years imprisonment The mine 0 ivners say the strike order in the Hopkins county coal field has been all but entirely dis regarded by the miners By agreement watch case manufactures have inaugurated a war act Newport Ky is in the fight- SecfetaryViIson of the Presi dentsfCabinet says a year hence the United States will raise all the rice required within this country A lew York dispatch says negotiations are in progress for the locoorgauiz2tianmotive works to be allied with the steel trust Mrs Carrie Nation was tried in the Police Court at Kansas City for obstructing the street f She vas fined 500 and ordered out of town She went Tlit Supreme Court of the Uni ted States decided the famous Atl1ert n divorce easel up1w ding the Kentucky decree in favor of the husband Peter Lee Athcrton OfLouisvilleAboutbalLof the Soo men in the steel trust plant at McKeesport Pa protest against the discharge of union men The Amalgamated Association of Iron Steel and Tin Workers threatens to precipitate a strike all along tbeIine of the steel trust plants It is the first clash between lie trust nud prgajlized labor f 4 tJj td BRODHEAD ojI Mr Wm 1ettus is is hack at his old stand this week Miss Berrlia Martin of11t Ver non is with her cousin Hugh MartinS CrabIsr1ayIMr A C Dunn of Lincoln county has spent a few days with our people this week Rev JC McKee the principle in the high school at Preachers ville was in Brodhead Monday Mr Editor the largest man and talkiagesr man in your Lownc viz Mr Janice Adams was with us this week Bro Pike filled his appointment with Buckeye church last Saturday and Sunday and returned lipoid Monday Misses Amy Pike and Delfie Col yer of Mt Vernon spent Sunday- at home and returned to school Ionda YlllorningC Mr S H Martin and family of Maretburg have beeu at the bed side of his siJc nephew Mr Hugh Martin for a few days Mr James Francisco of Wil liamsburg attended the burying of his little niece Virgamaree Francis o last Tuesday Mrs E E Protheroe of Hig ginsport Ohio is visiting her father Mr RS Martin and other relatives in this county Our town is filled fun of milli nery shops arid others are going Jgetj Mr Mort Roth well of Drip ping Springs has been spending a few days with his old friend Mr J H Dunn Mort says he has not thought abont marring for five Fear Dr AS Chase of juncticg City was summoned to R S Martin home last Munday night in consul tation with Drs Gravily and Benton who are attending Mr Hugh Martin We had two children burned at the same hour at the Christian Cemetery Tuesday Mr Wili m Franciscos little baby girl and the infest child of our barber Mr Fowler Mr R H Hamm of our town is now traveling nor the Over backer Gilmore GroOiJrv Co cf Louisville and it is said to be One of the best grocery houses in the city of Louisville Rev Martin Owens of Quail neighborhood was in town this weelcaud spent one night with his soniulaw J F Watson The dear good old man that he is has about retired from the pulpit Miss Susie Yadon who has been visiting relatives and friends at Rowland for the last four weeks returned home last Sunday We were all glad to see Miss Susie backat home for she is one of our best young ladies Mr E Ev Protheroe of Hig girisport 0came in last night to see his broth rinl lv Mr Hugh Martin Our people are all glad to see Mr Protheroe He was once a good citizen of our town and was one of our most enterprising u1eu Mr Hugh Martin the eldest son of R S Martin who has been in business with his father at Junc tion City for the last year was brought home very sick last Satur day The Drs diagnosed his case to be appendicitis He is very loxv at this writing and in avery critical condition and without a change for the better very soon lie cannot possibly recover Mt H Wilt apji fUT brightest and- otpgaleHf st ncLis reSpected and r loved by all who know him and Drs Gravely and B uton are do ing all they can to save him and we ask the Good Lord to bless the remedies that are being applied by these faithful physicians to his recovery CONWAY V Mrs JennieRamsey is back from Washington t U S Berry was ilBerea last Sunday visiting relatives Mr Henry Hamoler has bought a new engine for hb millat this place Var Lemuel Watson died last Thursday andtfos buried in the Witt Cemetery Mrs Ann Phillips I up from Wiidie last Monday looking after Iher farm near here Aunt Agnes Dobbs is very ill at this writing She is not expected to live hut a few days Mrs Thomosou McGuire was at Gppchland last Saturday and Sun day visiting relatives Air and Mrs M L Kelton rented their property at this place and are visiting their two sous Guess who is going to marry at Wiidie inside ofa month She is young but handsome He is not so young but thinks hes a daisy Luui Rimel and Harry Jones passed through this place last Sunday They were looking for the negro Quinn the Danville u der ert II a PINE HILL0 Henry iottet has a veryfVisiclc child verVjsevere Mr Steam Jones of Laurel coun ty and Miss Lucinda Scarbraugh of this place were married Friday last at the residence of 6 C Doan Rev Mobley officiating Some of our good repubs are getting Vcr3r uneasy about the pri mary which Judge Colyer wont call but hold on boys it will come willJthev had never been Tn itjJOB COULDNT HAVE STOOD IT If hed had Itching Piles They re terribly annoying but Bucklens Aruica Salve will cure the worst case of piles on earth It has cured thousands For In juries Pains or Bodily Eruptions its the best salve iux the world dlSoldThe blood is costantly being purified by the lungs liver ndl kidneys Keep these organs In a healthy condition and the bowels regular and you will have no need urIvoChamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets one dose of them will do you more good than a dollar bottle of the best blood purifier Price 25 cents Samples free at Theo Wesley Druggists drug store If troubled by ak digestion loss of appetite or constipation try a few doses of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Every box warranted frsale by Theo Wesleynigg st t Tis EASY To FEEL Goon Countless thousands have found a blessing to the body in Dr Kings jewLife Pills which positively cure Constipation Sick Headache Dizziness1 Jaundice Malaria Fewer and Ague and all Liver and Stdm ark trodbles Purely vegetable r nev ur gripe or 1v ealciri Onlj 45 taJ iru listsdru storeY i l d CRAB ORCHARD 0 Miss Fannie someewhat improved Crab Orchard is on a boom every thing is looking up M J Pfaris bought bus car load j6f corn in the car at 2 per bbl IMJ S Damron bought orV D Ramsey oce 500 closed carriage bCX Hutchison has just corn f ktecl a new ikrn at the county- iarni Dr J S Stpp is very much im proved in health und is able to be again The Qmb Orchard Springs property is being greatly improved by manager Willis M SL Cander of this place is vaitinffon smallpox patients near P etchersville SE Ester of this place sold to- J M ig nblJtl1atpof Lancaster ono 6yearrold horse for SQO llIpox 7JJ Preachersw illeand this play i has tinrajatined against that place Deal Ed After a short silence I will again notify the worldthattCiVo is still holding the earth to t tether Mrs iTill Vadkins aIidda er of Campbelsvilie who has been visiting her father DiJ S Stapp of this place has returned home4 Mr Alfred Davis of this place has purchased of JS Owsley at ValilutFlat a farm ot 200 cersf for S 709obah in hand and Uf move thereat puce S0111hrciaiiooiliis purchased the Savior r ntn1 rJt de pot fQr the sumn of S 206 bo and wvllx lt once erect an in fi rllfiry there Do not lenve home on a journey without i botile of Chamberlain Colic Cholera ond Diarrhoea Remedy It is almost certain to he uteJcd rind cannot be procured v hJ n re r board the cars or- t111 r lr 3C oC rlcl re C Theo Vt5I ky Vrc You knoval1 about it The rush the worry the exhaustion You PO about with iitreat uponPoff this feeling You are a slave to your work Sleep fails and you are on the verge of nervous exhaustionWhat to be done Take QrS- aT3aPafiiIftl For fifty years it has been lifting up the dis couraged giving rest to the overworked and bringing refreshing sleep to the depressed No other Sarsaparilla approaches ItQIn age and in cures Ayers is the leader of them all It was old before other sarsaparillas were born 5W a bottle All druggists Ayers Pills aid the action of Ayers Sarsapd rilla They cure biliousness cut 8 oor 1 luive used flyers iiiedicinos fcr more tliaii 40 v sxta and huts said from the start that Juadc the bftst rncdfcinijs in the world 1 am snro Cone Sirs tpaitla saved my figOrwithout yourniedicines Fwat UOM P M Jan 24 IffQ Leon Kattsaa VfeffhGBacff If have ratty complaint whatever and ICRlre the best medical ndvreoyou- can SJIi1i1yrccclvcwrlte the doctor a prompt r- rljJrthnutcnj 1rtr oUt AtTJLo e1JMas THE BANK OF MT VERo vMTyeRNONKY pS OPINED 1900 CAPITAL STOCK r1soob VICEPRESWiKruegerGeo attention townrFirst National Bank OF STANFORD KY Capital Stock 100000 Surplus 1804076 DIRECTORS Ir W Hayden W P Walton J H Collies M D Elmoro i 0 RiecUT P Hill S H BauglimanjW A Tribble M f Miller and S T Harris gCountiesness correspondenceJS HOCKER PresA A McKINNEY Ass t Cashierr DANNIEOWENSUNDERTAKES i caskets Coffins RobsHteKept in Stock Orders by MailTelegraph Telephone Promptly filled BRODHEAD r KbNTUCKil H tfUim PwrtrKM GO TO r JONAS MCKENZIE WT VERNON KY for Everything in Dry Goods Clothing Boots told Slioo ana Geifcml Merchandise 7 i BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PCES WILLIS GRIFFINPractical Uridertker and FUNERAL DIRECTOR Ut VornArl I r Keeps Coffins Caskets Robes Linen Bosoms Cuffs riper Collnrs furnish Metallic Caskets and liave Embalming done on short no licE and easy terms Orders oy telegraph or telephone profiipilv attended 10 dav and night A SWIFT PACEIN i IL fT2 T URTTU1E ILI Y iHj y VW WITHERS i J OF 51 1I h fJIt Jdr t ti WILL contiiine business nt ih V il riJ s44 t H ghlidJt WIIOI ESALE Prices Gi I ti1o t flit t u lar rr Cu itnll- 1ties and sold for spotcash piiMii L j 1lattcrs not laic aria 1i5V J jt qu rt riurtevi on CARPETS MATTINQ tJ lllr r11u k U1NII- c Uh V hY tIstrgt i tirD kr MtVernoti Signal lkIDAY April 19 I9dI cetublihedEDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR 100 Advertising rates made known on application ANNOUNCEMENTS are authorized to nrinonncetChesley J as a candidate for Masit Irate in the Fourth district subject to the action of the Repub lican party IT would seen that there would nc v be orKentucky with enough gall to d conspiracyrto kill Gov Goebel yet it is not the case notwithstanding the evi dence of Gov Bradley and Judge Yost We used the word udoubV but that is not the word we mean deny there is not a sane man in theUnited States that doubts now But there is confusion in7 the ranks the Governor of Indiana haying seen theerror of his way he is now it is said of the opinion that he is harboring a band ofcow 1ardly assassins and will on demand of the Governor of Ken- tuckY honor a requisition for their return to the place of their foul crime And some of the Re publican politicians as well as the renegades over in Hoosier are be coming desperate and even trying to get the President of this great y country of ours to intercede in their behalf with the Governor of Ohio to prevent their return to Kentucky And is this all No Deboe and his gang want to prevent Gov Bradley becoming Judge of the new Federal district in this State because h dared to go upon the witnessstand and tell the truth concerning one of the foulest trrinies in the annals of Kentuckys dark deeds Has jus tice become so perverted in this country that a man cant even get to be a Judge of the United States Court unless he is of so small a libef moraliy so diminutive men tally so lost to everything that Phelps to the upbuilding of human ty that he must subvert ever principle to the continuation of h patty This gang are of the opinion that Gov Bradley by his evidence in the Ripley case has w ruined their chances from ever carrying Kentucky any lime within the next century It is a bitter pill indeed but there is nothing left to do but take it and without any sugar coating THE widow of the late Vice President John C Breckinridge ofeightas Major in the Mexican war A large sum indeed for the wife of as great a soldier as John C Breck inridge Had he served as a Un ion soldier during the Civil war his widow would long ago have been drawing a large pension But Southern men fought the Mexican war and almost any private in the Civil war draws a better pension than an officer in the Mexican war TIlE employes of the United States Steel Corporation two hundred thousand strong are about to go out ou a strike It seems to be their purpose to make a desper iate struggle against the trusts be fore it is everlastingly too late Such rapid strides have been made by the trusts that if there is not something done by the laboring class their lot will be but little preferable that of the slave be before the war FIVE Hundred pottery emPloyes- in New York are out on a strike on account of their employers fail y ing to restore their former wages as they promised to do in the event of McKiuley election It is pass ingly strange that those people would believe such stuff They will like the negro is about to do j learn that all the RepubHcans 4rwant with them Js thejr votes ana Lii0f course their labor y 1 ii f 5 A EVERY few days we see where some disappointed office seeker now a renegade to the Republican partysp rotIwisely lot old Democracy It rtainly doesnt cone with good grace irdm those who have drunk from the Democratic fountain from their youth up Many is the traitor who because his party went down in defeat and could no longer feed him from the public crib has deserted those principles which he knew to be right and drifted into the ranks dfthe enemy We glory in a man who has the courage to- throwa3ide the party yoke when he has good reasons for so doing but of all detestible creatures on earth it is the man who subverts every principle for the love of money COMMONWEALTH CLOSES o RIPLEY TAKES THE STAND IN His OWN BEHALF ITire 0 Commonwealthclosed Satur day after having examined 47 wit nesses Captain Garnett Ripley took the stand Monday at 2 oclock The following is Rip leys version of the story which exGov Bradley and Judge Yost told as he Ripley says he meant to tell it to the star witnesses 11 walked into what is known as the Governors office and Mr Taylor was standing in front of th fire and he looked right badly shook hands withhim and I told him I was sorry to see him looking so badly and he said the times were enough to make anyone look bad that they were horrible times or something like that some expression and then he went on to say that some irresponsible fool or crank I am not positive just which expression he used might kill him or Mr Goebelat any minute and precipitate a riot and everybody would be killed I told him that I hoped things were riot as badas he feared and that I had come up to Frankfort to see about the equipment for oar corn pany and that I was looking for Gen Collier when he said to me MY GOD ISNT THAT COM PANY HERE YET or something like that and I told him no that our company had only been organ ized on the Saturday previous and equipmenisWhat the witness says about exGov Bradley and Judge Post as quoting him correctly II had a great many conversations with them and I have a very indistinct recollection of the con versation which they spoke of here the other day I think they were substantially correct in what they said but I intended to tell themI what I have told you before what transpired 4 PolitiES and Politicians 0 Republican politicians at Wash ington are much wrought up over the prospect that t Taylor will be sent back to Kentucky An effort is being made to get Gov Nash of Ohio to promise to protect the fugi tives Christan county fusionist com posed of Democrats and Populists countyIcounty committee to indorse the candidates CalebIthe Court of Appeals thirty days time to file a petition for a modification of the judgment reversing the decision of the Scott Circuit pfor1902The Cuban Constitutional Con vention Monday appointed five delegates as a commission to go to Washington and present to the President the desires of the con vention in regard to the futurfi relations j between Cuba dud the United States WilliamJl Nichols for the Republican nonain iOtlI county Judge of PuiJci county by a handsome majoritn- Y i ti I f countydefeated nomination for Representative by a large majority Clark never carried a single pre inct in the county ADDITIONAL PiNE HILL u Miss Mattie McFerron was with us from Saturday until Sunday she is one of Rockcastles most prom ing young teachers and all were sorry she did not stay longer Mrs Sympson was at Livingston to see her son who is transfer agent there and friends last Monday Mrs L M Rose was up from Livingston from one train to the next last Sunday Mr Greswald R M was with us SaturdayMiss was over from friendst Greezy Hollow to see her many Mr Wm Sympson was with home folks last Sunday The younger set of Pine Hill had a very enjoyable little picnic thoughrather early in the season the day was propitious and the spot chosen carpeted with fine Spring blossoms but alas this day or pleasure ended disastrously the young ladies took with them their favorite Poodles which started inpursuit ofa poor defense less lambconsequently three or four cannies less and as many dogIs ets All idlers need not complain Lof not being able to get work fot there is plenty of room for them onr minor GOOD ROADS It is estimated by the Secretary of the National Farmers Congress that the wagon transportation of the United States amounts annual ly to 6000000000 tons that an t costs average of 2 a ton to move it and that this is 60 percent more than it would cost if we had good roads all oAer th countryan extra cost ie preduc ing and marketing our agricultural products of 100000000 Whether or not these figures are correct the yearly loss from bad roads amounts to a vast sum which conld be lessened year by year at intfew years the United States would lead the world in good rural roads as it now does in railroads In New Jerey land values hav a risen 30 per cent where good road- have superseded badand with them have come free mail deliver ies better farms an d b0l1Ses1While keepinof good roads there is no section in which the loads cannot be im proved if the men most interested will take the time and trouble needed to see that what money and labor are expended are used to the best advantage As a beginning if only the Ivor places ate repaired stretches ruts and hollows which would not aggregate more than a sixth of the mileage it will be found as was the case in Minnesota that a thi r more could be hauled hia third less time Such facts shouldcause the farmers ever where to do what they can to tmerovehe roads and unit ed and intelligent action will bring about improvements in roadways hat will do more to make farming pleasant as well as profitable than any other one thing The interest in good roads is increasing all over the infwhich this leads to permanent good scads will be those that lead in the race for prosperity which is such a strenuous one in the early days of twentieth century Farm and Home CASTORFor Infants and Childrenr ThlKild You MaYI Aiwa s oUtl1f Bears the Si threof d1 t L oflTennesseefew days ago told this joke at his own expense partly and partly at the expense of a Pennsylvania mOlunta community I had been billed several days to speak in a little town which had only one mountIainouplace because I did not expect a crowd I reached the town and fully Ioo people were out to see me A committee of the most prominent men in the town met me with a carriage and a brass band Yankee Doodle was play ed many times but Dixie was never thought of THe spokesman for the party told me that he was glad to welcome to the town a man who had been so badly treated by the Democrats and who was en titled to the office of Governor be yond all doubt His statements wonderedImy peace was called upon by men of all classes who assured me that I had been elected beyond all doubt I thank ed overy one for his kindness in the patter I was told that I would haze a big house that night and sure enough I did The chair man rose and said I take pleasure in introducing a man who has been cHeated out of the governorship of Kentucky and who did not kill Goebel I welcome a martyr of Democratic infamy in our midst and ue is surely welcome I de livered my lecture and the mis wasron mytlecture Wheeling Intelligencer Marion Kooke manager for T lL Thompson a large importer of fine millinery at 1658 Milwaukee Avenue Chicago says During the late severe weather I caught a dreadful cold which kept me awake at night and made me unfit to at dayOneChamberlains Cough Remedy for a severe cold at that time which seemed to relieve her so quickly Iteacted like magic and I began to improve at once I am now eu tirely well and feel very pleased to acknowledge its merits For sale by Theo Wesley Druggist atI SCOffS wdsioft meanssoof to thousands men women and childrenWhen appetite fails it re stores it When food is a burden it lifts the warden When voulose fleshit brings the plumpness of health When work is hardlad duty is heavy it makes ife bright j It is the thin edge c the wedge the thick end is food But vhat is the uscof food when you hate it andcant di itof Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is thefood that makes ystomachoilIt send for willdSCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl Street New Y Qrk SOc and 1OO all druggists A Gallon of pURE LINSEED OIL mixed with gallon of jl1fh1u1tr- Pamakes 2 gallo riiiBOMJA1lJot your paint bilL ISFAn wi uDrrnniu than OLUT3LYNOTPOIsoaovsPAINT UATEiUALSrsccK Vvtll oodpalntewiiEO tomixlnyboYelnor HousrIuar cau be toade utvQwaitd4 INorSold uud rtaranteedby- TniQ WESZEYV- MT VERNON KY q1 l Y alulT T i t Ii IT f ll ifiiIJ 1IIr J AVfegetablePreparationforAs i ivnrttT 11 simllaling theFoodandRegula II ting the Stomachs andBowels of JI liI Promotes DigeslioRCheerfuh ness andlhestContainsneither- Opium Morphine nor Iiucrai 1tH NOTNiRCOTIC f I or6id1Jf1l1lEPITCJfEl A mkii See sllxSmna Kctkcllt Satis Ake Sed f JWjennll HonnStfil ruupJff forConstipaTIon Worms Convulsions Feverishness j and Less OF SLEEP Fat simile Signature oF Hl NEW YORK EXACT COpy OF WRAPPERt ceNTAUR tEIII have a full of Dry Goods Hats Shoes 3 TO 5 to In the price and are the f two tobe Give us ncall and see for Court House Mt Vernon What Is Up Now o A NEW STORE AT FRANK JONES CHEAP STORE Arbuckle Coffee I2C Best Coffee I2 c Fine Vienna Coffee x 150 Lion Coftee i2j4 Sugar 6cLight Brown Su ar 6cB- est Dry Salt Meat loc Nice pure C BestMeal in market 606 Best Patent Flour 650 Second best patent flour 6oc Best for 100 Ibs1 9cCannedUn perQ9X 5c soda fors LI 5 1 t CATOR1i For Infants and Children The Kind You Always Bought Bears thei I Signature I of In Use For Over ThfrtyYearsp CASTO RIA THe coMPANY EVERY DAY IS Bargain Day We line Notions and Groceries MENS SUITS ALL WOOL FROM Over Goals From 3on 600 buying quality things considered yourself ROIJ Opposite Ky STANDt Green Granulated LeafLardI shipstuff Have COX CUMMINS irFhrough Chair Cars 1 to Texas I All Cotton Belt trains Icarry handsome Free I IItexast IJwYII have an Pacv spat rinr Iarithe day o r a cof rtbieIiitace to sleep at night i Besides Chair Cars Cotton Belt trains carry Pullman Sleepers at night and Parlor Cafe Cars during II and tell us where you are going and when you will leave and we will tell yoU the exact cost of s ticket and send you a complete schedule for the Trip We will also send you an interesting little book JetIIA Trip to Texas 8 F R T PA Cfodrf titDk Mens Hats 75c up Ladies 250 shoe now 200 Gents 250 shoe now 200 Mens and Ladies solid shoes 125 Clothing memos suits from 300 up Al grades calicoes this week 5IC N Ribbons Laces Ladies Hose Mens Hose all as cheap as the cheapest Goods delivered in any part of tpwn at your doortSATURDAY is my bargain day at Cummins stand Livingston Ky TQ SCHOOL TRUSTEES o I have sent out blank census re ports to each school district in the county Shduld any Trustee or blanksdW A B DAVIS S C S Apr 5 1901 V Old Newspapers at this office foi 3 fWvZfKi iTi7nMt VERNTOV Kv April 19 1901 I LOUISVILLE a NASHVILLE RR cJ TIME TABLE 24 north 1105 a m 26 north 131 a m 23 south 157 P n1 25 South 145 a m 1AS LANDRUM i Agent Entered at tfie Mt Verngj Ky Post oce as lee DDoclan mall matter- MASONIC Ashland Lodge No 640 meets 2nM Sal lay 10 A r CHURCHES Christian Holds services 1st 3ri Sunday at 11 am and at 630 p in Presbyterian Holds services on the 2nd and 4th Sunday morning and evening Baptist Church Services on the Second Saturday night and Snnday Suuday School at 9 a nt every Sunday Prayer Meeting on Tuesday nig- htsPropa1s1 o Mit Frazier is here visiting rela tives Judge Williams w sin Stanford Tuesday Atty J W Brown was in Liv ingstoa Tuesday- T S Todd spent Sunday with homefolks at London Miss Ellen Butner was visiting friends here this week Sam Pennington came rii from Hartraft Tenn last night S F Brown has returned from the Louisville Law School John H Williams the stave man was in Pittsburg Wednesday- Mr L C Smith was up from Livingston the first of the week Miss Rhoda White left Wednesday for Lancaster to visit relatives Edgar Goech one of Bee Licks nicest young men was here Mon dayMiss Lillie Butner who has been attending State College has returnedJart were in town t a short while WednesdayJohn left Tuesday for Jellico Tenn where he will make headquartersLuther made his stay rather short in Tennessee return ing Monday night Mrs Sympson and daughter Miss Kate of Pine Hill were here shopping Tuesday Commissioner James 1 White was in Stanford and Preachersville the first of the week Mr J H Francisco of Wil = liamsburg passed through Tuesday en route to Biodhead Mrs M E Proctor of Orlando called Wednesday and left her sub scription for the Signal Miss Patty Green of Versailes arrived Tuesday afternoon to visit her sister Mrs M C Miller R L Brown has returned from Beattyville where le has been for the past two weeks on business Mr Warren was in Saturday and sent the Signal to his brother inlaw R S Cress at Effiugham KansasO To very has moved back to his old stand on Line Creek and isf again selling goods R E Brooks of GuiSthpher- and W T Brooks of Hazel Patch were here the first of the week looking after some business Mr riieo Wesley tellsiiis that Mrs Wesley who is under treat ment at the Joseph Price Infirm ary at Stanford is very much improvedl Mr and Mrs Hiram Fish ad little daughter Margaret left Tuesday for Nashville td attend the buriahofi their niece j Mrs Hester who lied Monday after noon at Edgefield Junction Tin Mrs Hester used to be Miss Hattjie Brady and wasexpfctej herthis week to visit Mrs Fish I l Mrs A T Fish of Wildie is visiting Mrs D N Williams Msis Mary Green passed through Tuesday to London her parents having moved from Louisville hack to that place Judge Williams Attorney L W Bethurum Deputy U S Marshal W T Short and Deputy Sheriffs J J Wood and H L Tate went to Jackson county Tuesday to take depositionsClever Ham of Brodhead who is now on the road for Ouer backerGilmore Co made his first trip to our town Tuesday If he is as good a salesman on the road as he was behind Frith Dunns counter he will make some of the slow movers open their eyes LOCALS All those who sing are requested to meet at Mrs C C Williams tonight to practice some songs Dont wait for a personal invita tion STOPS THE COUGH AND WORKS OFF THE COLD Laxative BromoQuinine Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents At a meeting of the creditors of Jones and Smith held nt Stanford last week Mr W T Short of this place was elected trustee of the estate This is a splendid compli ment to our worthy citizen IN COUNTY COURT William Cunnagim and Jerry Lax charged with the murder of Henry Idol were tried Tuesday and discharged William Cunnagim and Hi Cox were fined r each and the cost for being drunk FOR SALE Bargain in 120f acres land one mile from Brodhead known as the Jim Cummins farm 9234 bottom 28 upland House Orchard stables never failing water Will sell cheap for cash Call on L C Ayers April 5 3t Brodhead The State Board of Equalization has notified Judge Williams that the taxable valuation of this county will not be raised by that Board for this vear which news is a source of gratification to the county officials and a high compli ment to their administration This office Has just printed cir culars for Mr J A Taylor adver tising his farm known as the Spradlin farm his household goods and farming implements for sale which will be sold at public auction May 4th Mr Taylor will go to Va where he will engage in the lumber business and his family will return to Ohio CHEAP RATES The L N will sell tickets to Louisville and return April 28th limited to May 13th on account of the meeting of the Jockey Club for 516 On April 29th limited to April 30 Derby Day atone fare round trip Same rate May 6th limited to May 7 on account Clark Stakes and also a one fare rate May nth lim ited to May 12 oil account Oaks StaKesLURLINE BETHURUiI The home of Mr and MfsT B J Bethurum is made sad by the death of their only child Lurline For several days the anxious parents sat by the bedside watching with throbing hearts the life of their darling babe as it ebbed away expecting almost every moment to be the last But Saturday morn ing the hours of terrible t which it had endured for over1Iweek ended and that took its flight The bur place Sunday afternoon in the CemeteryhereJ DEAD Hugh Martin tleeld est son of Mr R S Martin of Brodhead died Wednesday night of apendicitis after an illness of only one week While he was on ly i7years old 3et he was capa ble of transacting most any kind of business holding at the time of his deatha very important place with hisj fath1r t The death of- young fir Martin brings sorrowr to many J1earts and much syncha thy is extended to the bereaved parents brothers and sisters in their sad hour of affliction The burial took place hi family bury afternoonb 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 2SCtsPOSTPONEDOu account of the death of Hugh Martin the entertainment which was to have been given to night at the Brodhead Christian church has been post pone until some future time announcement will be made later when it will take pla- ceNOTICE 4 0 To those who are owing me As I have been sick for the last two months I am in great need and feel confident that every one who intends paying me at allwill be prompt to comply with this notice April 5 1901 W A B DAVIS QUINN ARRESTED Reuben Quinn the negro who killed po liceman John Crum at Danville was arrested Saturday at Ludlow and brought back to Dan ville The grand jury which is in session there found an indictment against him for murder and lies trial was begun Wednesday- A CARD WILDIE KY APR i6TH 1901 MR ALBRIGHT Editor I indorse the action of the Mag istrates in improving the county read to Langford By saving and taking care of the county funds the county officials had 500 surplus and they did right in appropriating the moray to this road While I am a Republican in politics I will not vote for any man that is against good roads or making such appropriation A Citizen of Wildie EXECTUORS NOTICE All persons indebted to the es tate of J K McClary deceased are requested to 2all on the under signed and settle the same While we do not wish to put any one to cost however we must settle the business of the estate and suit will be brought for that purpose on all debts that are not settled with out delay- J ExeVc Mt Vernon Ky Apr 18 1901 Apr 19 3t The Commencement exercises of the Mt Vernon Collegiate Insti tute will begin Sunday morning with the Baccalaureate sermon by Dr McDonald of Danville Ky This will be followed by the Primary entertainment on Monday night the Junior entertainment on Tuesday night a concert and musicale on Wednesday night and the commencement on Thursday night All friends and patrons of the College are invited to attend these exercises MUST GoThe petition for a rehearing in the case of E K Willson vs the Commonwealth before the Court of Appeals was overruled This was his last and only chance and will now have to s rveiis terra unless the Gover ti see fit to change hIS mind and grant him executive clem ency From first to last this has ben one of the hardest fought cases on both sides that has ever been in Rockcastle and the inter est taken by the people here for and against him seems to be as strong as it was in the county where the crime was committedt A H Bastin the Lancaster tele phone man and CS Callaham representing the Home telephone company of Lexinton and other interests were here Wednesday in specting lines and laying plans for greater improvements and extenT sions of local lines and through connections Qur local manager wascomplimented on the service he had built up in our county and itl was decided that Mt Vernon shpul hove a bran new improved switch board and other facilities for the increasing business V rJconanlexchange at Livingston progress at an early date where 46 or 50 phones Avill be placed Work on the extension oftftle Ei1eICreek will JJ cojn nie need v sooti This ednnects Mrv Vernon via Level Green iJJ Clancy arrested William Preston at Livingston yesterday and brought him here and placed him in jail last night charged with storelTwo K EDIa headend collision of a work train and freight train on the C V branch of the L N last Friday Wil liam Sharp engineer on work train was instantly killed and conductor trrindiedof Mr Fretwell were taken to Stanford Monday his old home for burial Conductor Wilbur on freight train was slightly injured while the engineer and fireman saved their lives by jumping from the engine Both engines were completely demolished and while the engines were brought as far as Corbin yet up to last Tuesday it had been impossible to get thelll apart being so tightly gether LIVINGSTON0 J T Blankenship is very sick this week Miss Ellen Butner is visiting re latives at Wildie Mrs Martha Clancy lias been very sick the past week George Dye House has moved in one of T D Mullins houses Mrs Lewis Dillion is visiting her parents in Madison county Mrs Lizzie Bailey has returned to her home at Baileys switch Mrs James Hilton of Rowland is visiting her son Will Hilton Miss Carrie Burton and two brothers are quite sick with meas les Mrs George Preston of Lou don is the guest of Mrs J R Carter Mrs E A Herrin and children are on a visit to friends in Mt VernonDispatcher Westerfield and Train- Master Roller were at Hazle Patch Wednesday A L Reed of London and L T Stewart of Wildie were in town this week Miss Minnie Anderson of Crab Orchard is with Mrs James Fra zier this week W T Merimee and family will move in one of Mrs Sue Mullins houses on Main st Mrs Wright of Parksville who has been visiting her son Will Wright has returned home Miss Sandlin of Madison county is with her sister Mrs John Farmer at the Mullins Hotel Dr Cooper was called to Big Hill Wednesday The family of Mrs T J Ballard are all sick Mrs Sam Ward returned home Monday from a visit with Will Ward and family at Altamout Miss Fannie Redd a handsome little lady of Crab Orchard is visiting her aunt Mrs Cooper Miss Georgia McFerron of Pine Hill was in town Wednesday the guest of Dr and Mrs Childress Madam Rumor hath it that there will be a wedding at one of our leading hotels next Monday Coal Inspector Stark is the happy father of a bran new baby a daughter which arrived Sunday nightNfiss Lncy Coffey of Wildie e who has been visiting her sister Mrs Mila Pettit returned home MondayMiss Lizzie Carson of Crab Orshard returned to her home Friday accompanied by Mrs J H Browning of this place Mrs Will Eubank of Paris who has been visiting her parents at Lebanon Junction stopped off here while on her way home a couple of days the guest of Mrs Ben Par her and other friends Every grass widower says an exchange from Kansas ought to be compelled to wear a cowbell Well whats the matter with grass wid lows Whew what a rackeiy thered be in Livingston if that rule shouldattain Quo VAn1s t rPA fi neLdxaflethe remedy tfcat Urtiat iJita7 d raHe n Haas ratt SPRIN1 STOCK All MY aHa i IS COM PLETES Beautiful and- ATTRACTIVE Come see New of PATTERN Artistic Just from Cities with a neW and line of OLD Ladies Middleaged and Young Ladies and Misses Hats Baby Caps and many EASTER NOVELTIES EVERY one should have a new hat for EASTER SUNDAET LOOK well for your husband LOOK pretty for your best beauxSO your head with a Beautiful and Becoming Hat IT KAA HE LADIES from all sections of Rockcastle axe most cordially invited to come and inspect these beautiful novelties whether you buy or not Every mother should have sufficient pride in her daughter to buy her a nice Spring Hat that is most durable and serviceable = = ==HATS IT will pay you to travel many miles tc get a hat that is becoming bounedland hatlPricesIp SILKSrBeautiful silks all shades 5oci to r per ya- rdLaces EMBROIDERY 2 4c to 20C yardFine Laces 24c to 3oc per yd Gloves + Elegant Gloves 350 r i pert pair tBeltsBelt Buckles 2SCjEmbroidery Silks 450 per doj skeins INDIA LINEN for waists extra quality w== and the Spring Styles HATS Nobby and the beautiful DECORATE HEAD e Everythingnew for the head hair pins side combs back combs and pompadour combs Linings stays brush binding hooks and eyes braids etc for dresses IICelebrated Straight front Corset Vests f Liberty Silks Ribbons ilChiffons in all the new shades Ribbonsli Ribbons in all colors and styles Narrow black velvet ribbons andr black lace the newest and latest styles for trimming all thin dresses NICEe k Petticoats 750 to 150 ISee oifr Ladies shirts Gents Ties a Ties 2fC to Soc J8S2fIf you jwaut anything in genuine Lisle 1 hose in black or white give me a call Tomorrowithe 3othMy Opening =MRS SftLLl WILLIftMS OLD BRICK HOTEL Opposite Courthouse MT VERNON KY SPECIAL Il NORMAL KentuckyPRLPARE desiring to review the Common School branches Prof Ewers The Principal HAS been engaged in this line of work and is especially prepared for it 1 TERM BEGINS APRIL 29TE r ABryantFop Fresh groceries car all Kind Near Depot THEPEOPLES = = DRUGKSTOREl ac DAVIS cor pRLTdS PATENT MEDICINES J iri v PerfumeSiStatioeFY I g r Mkecix Paints Gife ii TO LET ARTItCs t 4 PRESCRIPTIONS eARFOLY COMPOUND n j r moi HOUK ALANiS J r STARTINTOTHE2OTHCENTURYWITH 1 just Received a of spring Goods BAD Carefully Every of This Ad and Come and be Convinced that we are r Actually Selling Goods Cheaper Than Ever Known in MT VERNON HOME MARKETS Corrected each week hy Houk iAdamsy Arbuckles Coffee 13C Lion Coffee I3C GreenCoffee IoI2I ci4ci5Ci64c Flour No i per barrel 45 Belle of Lincoln per brl 400 Daisy flour per barrel4Ioab- elle flour 450 Bacon per Ib roc Dan Boone Soap 3 cakes 5C Star Soar 3 cakes roc Rice No i per lb icGranulated Sugar per lb Gc Extra cbSprup Caramel gal buckets 350 Shipstuff per hundred 106 Calico all the best brands 5C Calico all cheap grr les 5c under Can goods 8 isj Clothing suits 75C to 1500 Lard ioc in small ts locts in 50 lb lots or more Northern seed oats per bu 45C Millet hay on hand Eggs per doz 9C Feathers per lb 40 Land Socl Crop 0 In this issue appears the adver tisement of English Hunter the fine stable horse which J H Dunn of Brodhead purchased from A C Dunn of Stanford A handsome price Now is the op portunity and time for the people of Rockcastle to improvement the quality of their horses John H Anderson bought a few hogs atc John S Murphy has bought a lot of hogs at 115 to- 44c W T Beck bought of Lutes Co a bunch of shoats a- t5rCJ W Flowers bought of Mote Robinson a pair of iGhand mules for 190 Interior Journal- V FI Thomas sold to John S Robinson two yearling mules at 130 a large number of hogs were also sold atand 5 rHarrodsburg DemocratIThe Danville Advocate says tA E Hundley bought of D N Prewitt a bunch of 70 Ib shoats at V5C Fox Logan sold a bunchof farm mules at no to 125 There were several hundred cattle at Danville court yesterday but only a small portion of them sold The best steers brougut 4 to 434C- and heifers at 34 to 3c A few butcher cattle went at 3 to 36c Mules were a little off at 60 to 110 and plug horses were dull ut any price Mr J H Dunn has bought of Mr A C Dunn of Lincoln coun ty his celebrated combined stallion English Hunter at a fancy price and will stand him at his stable at Brodhead at 1060 to insure a living colt Mr Dunn is fortunate to secure such a horse as this as lie is the sire of a number of fine sized andstylish colts The peo ple of Rockcastle county should avail themselves of the chance to breed to this horse as they may not have the opportunity again There is no reason with the mares we have and such a horse as this that our county should not rank with Its sister counties in fine styled combined horses Mr Dunn is a good citizen WhQ has used every endeavor to advance- the interest of our county aud- ioinld be properly appreciated Mr Dunn will shpw this celebrated horse at Wildie next Saturday the soth day of April so we ask our people in that section to take a loop at this fine horse r r lt J Line Boots and Shoes fitamtlJt tJ J tJw t f anr W FROM OCEAN TOCE AN KEEP your feet dry and save a doctors bill The best at Houk eC Adams The indications are for the larg est harvest of winter wheat the county has ever known HE KEPT His LEG SullivanIInfJamna1tion ly Then the best doctors urged amputation but he used one bottle of Electric BittersI 12 boxes of Bucklers Arnica iSahe andlimy leg was sound and EruptionsiEczema and all blood disorders Electric Bitters has no rival on earth Try them all Druggist will guarantee satisfaction or refund money Only 50 cents A RAGING ROARING FLOOD Washed down a telegraph line which Chas C Ellis of Lisbon la had to repair Standiding waist deep in icy water he writes gave me a terrible cold and cough It gaew worse daily Finally the best doctors in Oakland Neb Sioux City and Omaha said I had Consumption and could not live ed by six bottles Positively guar anteed for Coughs colds and all Throat and Lung troubles by all Druggists Price 500 and 100 fiE BEST REMEDY FOR RHEU MATISM QUICK RELIEF FROM PAIN Allwho use Chamberlains Pain Balm for rheumatism are delighted with the quick relief from pain which it affords When speaking of this MrD N Sinks of Troy Ohio says Some time ago I had a severe attack of rheumatism in my arm and shoulder I tried numerous remedies but got no- relefuntil I was recomended by Messrs Gets F Parson Co druggists of this place to try Chamberlains Pain Balm They recommended itso highly that I bought a bottle I was soon reliev ed of all pain I have since recommended this liniment to many of my friende who agree with me that it is the best remedy for muscular rheumatism in the market For saleby Theo Wesley Druggist The German police are watching for an anarchist en route from i Buenos Ayres to Germany with the inteiidqn of assassinating the iKalser C1r 1fJ rrJJ 1 M o SHOES for the farmer mechanic laborer banker and the dude at all sorts of prices to suit all in fit style and mice The strike at the DeWees wood plant of the American Sheet Steel Company at McKeesport PaM isI still onIThe Combined Horse ENGLISH HUNTER Combined bay stallion 15 hands high both hind ankles whit- ePEDIGREESirctl by Abdullah Messen ger it dam the Wm bytoDavy Crocket son of Highlander by Imported Drennon SECOND DAM by EniENGLISH IIUNTEI3 has proven to be the best sire of fine size and high styled com bined horses in the country The people of Ilockcastle county have a chance to breed to one of the finest combined horses on earth and his reputation is already eslablished This magnificent Stallion will make the season of liOl at my stable in KY for the price of nHODllBADI 4510 TO INSURE A trYING COLT money due when colt is foaled or mare is parted with ri No responsibility for accidents 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efuribg this time I save birth list month to a baby girlwas in labor only two hours with but1iulcJ3 and I have plenty cf mme For this great improve ment in my health I thank God and Wine df Cardui For advice in eases requiring special directions edrecs gjvinz symptoms The Ladies Advi y DcpartmentTheQ13illlt r CLOTHING Gents DONT NICE Dress Suits guaranteed to fit and prices that cannot fail to please Clothing trill furnishings there h no invite all come and look and obtain bargains UO2 B RU at Houk Adams be suited T prices special bar our st Phone No 252 A TESTIMONIAL FROM OLD ENGLAND tI consider Chamberlains Cough Remedy the best in the world for bronchitis says Mr Williams Savory of Warrmgon England It has saved my wife she having been a martyr to bronchitis for over six years beingmost of the time confined to her bed She is now quite well It is a great pleasure to the manufacturers of Chamberlains Cough Remedy to be able to publish testimonials of this character They show that great good is being done pain and suffering relieved and valuable leves restored to health and happiness by this remedy It is for sale b Theo Wesley Take SIGNAL and get all the news the time from all over county and State G W MCCIURE J BROWN BROWN Att orne9shatLaw 1MT VERNON KY All business entrusted to our care will receive prompt attention Office room in the old Brick Hotel CC Williams AttorneyatLaw MT VKRXOK iCY OFFICE On 2nd of The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church street Special attention given to collections R L ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KEFTUCKY OFFICE in old brick hotel opposite house Special att 1lections MflLLWS J1DTEL Fu iiihed Every Convenience and Comfort John Farmer Prop KY SAMPLE rooms fer Commercial men ow der Franeico MONUMENTAL WQRRSi Brodbcad Ky Granite and Marble Mon umerits and Tombstones A L WORKFIRSTCLASS ffrIFACTrON GIVEN qf Wear patches when you get Clothing of all grades so cheap We are the leaders in Nice and oummer Clothing end and No8 Clothed in Style the prices Houk 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Railroad men Solicited Vfll furt7 lunches for all train i i t r 7ngilranCe f allr L kinds Gal nil tv tii c Signal o ffi1t VciJon