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Ver- non Collegiate Insti tute. m The baccalaureate sermbn preach- - piano solos were played by Misses at the Prcsbvterian church Sun-- ! Mae Magee, Fannie Sparks and day by Dr. A. JArric, of Louis- Rissie Williams; Ernest Ewers and Miss Vinnie Adams each played ville, was the .Beginning of the violiti solos, and Charles "Whiteclosiug exercises of another suc- head, a guitar solo. "Little Miss cessful year's work of tue Mt Ver Muffet" und "A. Man in the Moon" While' quartetts sang bj1, Claud Cox, Euuon Collegiate Institute. the day was very disagreeable, gene Mullius, Victor Tate and yet. a good uudtencs was out to Ernest Ewers, was one of the most hear the Louisulle Theologian, enjoyable part of the evening. ed BRODHEAD one of the children and then onrj who found his text Psalms 119: Miss Alza Thompson and Miss "The entrance of thv words Cox, Miss Gladdeti Ewers and Miss 110: V...ila linlili If (jlVl.111 ISfrllt to t Ua- VCox and Miss Cora Griffin and Miss "IVCUI llUl. lb rrl.tntl. " simple." Cox plajed piano duets and the Under the leadership of Miss "Spinning Song'" a solo, by Miss Mary D. Cox, the ch.oir, composed' Margaret McClaary were specially ot herself, Mrs. C. C. Williams, 'entertaining. Mrs S. N. Davis, on Miss Grace Cox, Mrs W. T. Smith, account of a severe cold, was and Mrs. J. E Houk, Claude able to sing her solo. The College and W. A. Cox, Eugene Mulhns , Orchestra, composed of Miss Maty and Victor Tate, sang the beauti- - d. Cox, as leader, Mr. and Mrs. ful songs: -- The Holy Trinity," c. N. Davis. Misses Vinnie Adams. "God The Father Almighty," BessieHouk, Clvde Cass and Mar "HymuOf Salvatiou" and "Guide garetMcCIary; Charlie Whitehead Me O Thou Great Jehovah," and Ernest Ewers, added much to which added greatly to the enjoy- tne programme. ment of the occasion.' Dr, Arric's e term, of the Mt. Vernon sermon was learned and schollarly; Collegiate Institute, which came to full of .wisdom and logic. a close last night, has been in very Each .and every entertainment, particular, a thoroughly sue cessful given during the week, was atle, anc one winch has been very ratifying to the patrons, friends tended by large and appreciative The audiences. On Monday night, was i nd citizens in " general. givcu tjie primary entertainment lumber enrolled during the year, in wfitch some twenty or tweutv- - was much larger than ever before five of the little folks took part in th history of the school. Prof. and the splendid way, in whicl Ewers has won much praise for IB himself for the efficient maimer iu they all performed theiK part, most assuredly very entwuragm tr which he has controled the school, to the parents and especially to and has the full confidence of every their most excellent teacherV I ifiSS one, iu his ability to conduct the Mitchell, who so tuorougniy tryin school. In work, Prof. Ewers has "Snow on the IJarn been ably assisted by a splendid ed them. Roof." recited by Mattte Baker: corpse of teachers. Miss Minnie "The Dollies Bazaar," by Hfimiev Mitchell, of Tenn. who had charge Estes, and "Naughty Zell, T byVf the Primary department, has Lela Mav Lovell were especially riot only won the confidence and good. The piano solos, played by affection of her pupils, but the Lela May Lovell Ralph Forester, people in general. Miss Mitchell Eva Fish, Kittv Poyn'er anjfl Cora is vdry much nt home in the school Griffio, and the guitar Solo by roomXaud the art, to know how to Charlie McKenzie, showed each successfully handle little folks, is oue to have considerable! talent something that belongs to but few "Crowning liie people. along this line. Fairy Queeu," was tne, Principal Miss Atfnie Owings, the teacher feature of the programme. Miss of Latin andvGreek, was a graduate Mattie liaKer was ine yueeu anu oi Caldwell, dallece and was speci- Beuuy Griffin the Prince. ally prepared for her work. While The Juujor entertainment on she ha.c been connected with the Tuesday uight, was one of the only a very short time, yet most striking features of the entire college Each and during that time, she has proven week's programme. every one of the participants per- herself in every particular equal to formed their task well, with great the task. Miss Berda Martin, who credit to themselves, and much to had charge of the Intermediate dethe satisfaction- - of their splendid partment has done splendid work teacher. Miss, Owings. The rendiand won much praises for herself. tion, of "My Uncle," by Miss "Love Without Arms," It is useless for us to say, that by Chester Landrum and "Biought the work, of Miss Cox, has been a Back," oy .Miss tannic warnncai success. The entertainment given were especially enjoyed. Charles Whitehead, wlo is making rapid! Wednesday night, was sufficient progress on 'the guitar, then iafror- - proof. The large class, which she audience with a beautiful ' had thid year, as well as every ed the .. It TTT1. l.ttTMl TT solo. Hie piays; vvnicn win xie other year, since she has been "A Rugular Fix," with us, is enough to show the Marry" and were very laughable from the first peopie confidence in her ability as Frank Miller and as thacher. to the last. The C. C. Williams prize of a Cossie Sutton, the two leading in the plays, acted their set of McCauley's History of Encharacters parts well. Willie Krueger, Conn gland, was awarded to Miss Minere Brown, Bttrdstte McKenzie, Houk, Charley Whitehead va Pi ice for the greatest improveand F. L. Thompson, Jr., Misses ment and highest grades curing I Delfie Collyer.i Amy Pike, Alza the year. Delia Arnold, Berdie Thompson, The prize of a gold medal pin, Estes, Rissie Williams, Mattie Minerva Price, Fannie Coll-ye- offered by the Principal of the Mae Sowder, Clyde Cass and school to all pupils who attended It is every day and without auy tardy Rosa Gentry alsO did Well. useless to say, that the Musicale marks, was woti by Rulph Forresgiven uuder the coutrole of our ter, Lee Chestnut, George Chilmost excellent music teacher, Miss McKenMary D. Cox, wds a success. The dress, Ellen Wild. Chas. which Miss Cox has zie nad Miranda White. four years, The prize; offered by1 Miss Maiy been in our midst as a teacher and the splendid results, which she has D. Cox, to the pupil in her Sunday had",is sufficient recoinmeudatiou. school, who made the best progress, Every number on tue programme, was awarded to George Childress, was"fcplendid,aud the large audi-euc- a son of 'Squire Johu Childress, which filled the College and-brother of Dr. W J, ChilChapel to its full capacity, fully en- dress, of Liviugstou. The prize The number, "Spring was a uai'dsome Bible. joyed it. Flowers," a chorus, was sung by . CONTINUED. ON 3RD I'AGEJ) sixteen beautiful young ladies; un-M- r. j 1 I 4 Bnr-dctt- Mc-Ferro- n, r, e, a the commencement at Mt. Ver- brother, your departed boy, and loved ones who are gotie, are only non, Tuesday night. away for their health: in a better Mr. Robert Wilmott, who has a ou see them climate, position with the Eight Gables Ho- again, oh,and when what a change there will tel at Livingston, was home Fribe. Oh! think of it, they are day and returned Monday. fnow among the saved and redeem Mr. Willie Martiu, who has been ed of the Lord. Where there is away to Linchburgh, Va., for a no more tolling of the bell for the year, came in last week and will dead. But they are moving with speud a few weeks with homefolks. that Celestial procession of Kings Willie is looking-well- . and Priests, a long and glorious Rev. G.D. Hendrickson, of our procession, but no black tasseled town, who has been over into Ind. vehicles, no mourning groups iu and 111., for the last six weeks, re- that mighty company. My broth-eri- f turned home. Tuesday, but he has you could only see your blesbeen called as pastor of two sed boy as he now takes his posi- , churches in jthoseStrvtesnuAvjilk f inntinfli Hint rrrtvit nrncw!f.mti VLMVbll , ', uvvuy ill wit; iicui, &"?. Tw. say to nini,iirrt"1 piuuuuiy luuvc inou anojjfcftr, jesus H suaununger tuture. no more, more, neither shall the Messrs. James Woods, D. S. and Griffin jailer, parsed through sutrSigirt on the, nor any heat, and G. S. our town Tuesday night with Mr. to know that the Lamb of God E. K. Wilson taking him to Frank- wh$h is in the midst of the comfort. Mr. Wilson and his attor- pany, shall lead him to living founneys have left no stone unturned, tains of water; and that God has aud nothing undone, that could be wiped all tears from his eyes. done to keep him out of the peni- Now as we see Hugh in this new tentiary, but alas, he had to go, and blessed home, surrounded by aud if he is guilty, of the crime of mother, sisters and relatives, with which he is charged, he ought to Jesus Christ, his elder brother, all spend the remaining part of his given him by the blessed Christ. life there. There was a 'time when It ought to be enough to cause us he could of saved his own shame, to take the veil of morning off our and the life of poor Miss Mary face, and to uuglove our baud, and Cloyd, and in so doing he became give it to God in congratulation, a transgressor, and the way of the onjtbat blessed scene; and say, dear; transgressor is hard. ' But we hope Lord, forgive me lor ever complaining to give up my precious the man is not guilty. Mr. Hugh Martin, the young boy, for it would take an article as man that we reported last week as long as eternity to tell of the joys being so near death's dark door, and blessedness that Hugh has But with all the passed quietly away las: Wednes- entered into. promises that Jesus has left his day night at 12:20 o'clock. And we can say to his father, sisters and father and his many friends still brothers, that in giving up Hugh, his death has cast a gloom and they have surrendered up u pre- sadnes over onr little town, and his cious jewel; but Heaven has re- many friends. He was burried in we look at the family hurrying grouud, at And ceived one. the Providence ot Almighty God, Mr. Martin's old home. So may iu the taking of this boy, and see the blessings ot God rest upon all it froin a human standpoint, it pre- the bereaved ones) is our prayer. sents to us a mystery that we cannot understand, but if we look at -o- it from the true Bible, and Christian standpoint, it may 'bring joy M. C. Sowder left Suuday for and consolation instead of grief. Woolridge Tenn. I do not say, however, that the Robt'and Joe Norton, two of our Christian religion explains everything in this life, but I do say, it best farmers aud citizens, were in lays down certain principles, which your town Monday. are consoling in trouble." We know The cold has put the farmers to that business men often telegraph The mer- getting in wood and making fires other in cipher. each chant in San Francisco telegraphs instead of planting corn. to the merchant in New York, cerMiss Allie Moore returned Suntain information in cipher, which no other merchant in that line of day lrom a four weeks visit to her business understand, but both of brother at East Bernstadt. these men have a key to the cipher, Eddie Mitchell and Lizzie Cress aud on that information, transmitted by cipher, are enterprises in were tUcen to the Masonic Orphans volving hundreds of thousands of Home at Louisville Monday. dollars. Now, the providences in The iufant child, of Mr. and life someti ;: es seems to be a senseMrs. Alie Mink, died Fridav and less and mysterious cipher, but God, who sends the message has a was burried Saturday in the Scaggs key to it, aud the Christian who is Creek hurrying ground. his child, has a key to the cipher, and although we may hardly he Tis Easy To Feel Good. able to spell out the meaning, yet Countless thousands have found we can get enough of the meaning to enable us to understand that in a blessing to the body in Dr. King's some way it is for the best, t Now NeV Life Pills, which positively then, we do know that God wanted cure Constipation Sick Headache, in some way to take you brother Dizziness, Jaundice, Malaria, Fever Martin, and all the members of Ague and all Liver and stomyour family home to Heaven, and and Purely vegetable;' to do this He must begin' some- ach troubles. or weaken.. Only 25c where, and in someway, and so He never gripe first took the boy's mother, then at all Drug store. -- ' Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Martin wont hand of death Me takes Hugh, blessed boy. And somet'tues He to Junction City Monday. takes the most beiutiful, and most Mrs. L. L. Jarrett, of our Own, accomplished; and those moit reaOPENED 1900.' went to Mt. Vernon Monday. dy to go. Now win all of this? Miss Louella Jarrett entered The religion of Jesus Christ, in school at Livingston, last week. 15,00G.r l the soul; giyes the answer, and ex- CAPITAL STOCK Mrs. Dr. J. S. Burdett made a plains everything so far as it is flying trip to Crab Orchard, last best lor us to understand. Now 3. H MARTIN, Prks A. E. EWERS, stycE-PRES- .' Saturday. God1 savs tnat all things work to W. L. RICHARDS, Cashier, A. B. FURNISH, Asst. Cash. Messrs. H. C. Frith and Cleve gether for good to them who love But aS we stood and Cable was in Mt. Vernon, Tues- the Lord. DIRECTORS. J. T. Adams, Jonas McKenzie, Fntz Krueger,' u watched the heart broken father Geo. Livesay, Rod Perry, Vincent Boreing, A. T. Fish. day night. brothers, siswith thestep-motheBro. Pike went to Gillead church We solicit accounts of firms and individuals. Caretul atten- in Madison county, last Saturday ters and relatives bow with grief tion is given collections entrusted to us. ovet the lifeless form of Hugh, we and returned home Monday. Our friends and patrons ar invited to call when in town. said in our mind, where is there Miss BettitttWihuott, who" is in scene, that anything in this school at Livingston, came home can bring good, tawful. SB" or consolation to Saturday and returned Monda. any one? I said, will it be the There were quite a crowd at- flowers that may be copiously tended the funeral of Hugh Martin, strewn upon his tomb? Oh. no. I from Juiiction City, last Thursday. said, .will it be the services that Miss Birda Hilton, of Lancaster, may be rendered by the Red Men's has been with hotnefolks for a few cross, of which he was a member, Capital Stock, 5100,000.' Surplus. $180,40.76 . days, and Miss Birda is looking oh, no. But when we looked up well. to God for an answer, it came. The chief consolation on that scene AlOur hustling editor, Mr. bright, passed down through our an.l fan his grave, is that truth and J W. Haydon, W, P. Walton, J. H.JColIior, M. D. Elmoro town and back from Crab Orch promise that falls from the throne 0. Ried, T. P. Hill, S. H. Batighman,V. A. Tribble, of God; and brings with it suit ard, last Monday. M. J. Miller and S. T. .Harris. Mrs. Mary Collyer, Miss Etta shine; glorious sunshine; yes resurSo my dear We solicit the accounts of the citizens of Rockcastle and adjoining ' Pike and W. A. Carson all attended rection sunshine. other and now he comes and by the THE BANK OF MT. VERNON," MT. VeRjNON, KY .: r. -- First National Bank. OP STANFORD, KY. DIRECTORS: counties assuriug"them prompt and careful attention to all busi- - y ness intrusted t6 us. Personal application and correspond- ut , V' ence, with a view to business relations, invited. J S. HOCKER, Pres., JNO. j" McROBERTS, Cashier. ., A. A. McKINNEY, Ass' t Cashier. I ,C .' jy -- ,ul; ' i DANNIE OWENS UNDERTAKER mi ..' ! ."i-rt.i- i Jujg t'nryuMm PV& ?" eSy . IP ( ftwii W" . neuner-thirwWi- Caskets,- - Coffins, Robes Etc.V ."3 Kept iu Stock. BRODHEAD, Orders by Mail, 'Telegraph or Telephone Promptly filled. KENTUCKY. -- GO TO- - JONAS MCKENZIE MT. Dry Goods, VERNON. KY. for Everything in Clothing, Boots and Shoes, and Genera) Merchandise. BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PCKS '!. n WSLLJS GRIFFIN Practical Undertker and FUNERAL DIRECTOR. Mt. Vernon, Ky. . j. 4 WABD il .5 ' tM Keeps Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Linen Bosoms. Cuffh und 'Collnr.v. furnish Metallic Caskets and have Enibjliiiing done on hort ikk ' tice and easy termOrders D3' telegraph nr telephone promptly attended to da uml night - UU, V-- THE PEOPLE'S! DRUGKSTOKIi!!' C. C. DAVIS & CO. ' DRUGS PATENT MEDICINES. Cigars, Tobacco, Paiats,Oils, 1 .' Perfumes, Stationery, PRESCRIPTIONS CARKKU?I. "; TOILET ARTICLES , nMPOI'Ml ED. :r.nl,v--i',- f Ml 'Mar-Halderman, ,i n finrra Tnm.''fi irfiTrv1-- '" " ; i .. . .... Mt'jfhY)ii Signal -- On tomorrow Mr. W'ji.ter N. Misses Bettie and Jennie of the Courier Journal, tin were shopping at J. II. Clark's o will celebrate his 80th birthday. ,,ttSt Sul'"rla'H. H. Brewster has rented J. J. Voss:1 e liau,l"S llas oewi stop And here is wishinir that the craud April 2(6', 190'. ped in this part on account. of bad Drew's farm, and will raise a crop old man will live eighty years more. .oa(is this year. .t Ve are glad to report, Rev. P. T C. Coyle is very sick with a JAMES I. WHITE ON TURN-HKKPniu ,ui tr.y Friday by Very complication of ailments. Hampton improved. IN ROCKCASTLE. EIX, '' i ALBRIGHT. Rev William Williams, of Or- little hopes' for him. .t3u lando, will preach at Sycamofe John Drew went a foot Sunday, EmY'or Signal: church on the first Saturday and to see his best girl, and killed a $1.00 synscj.JTi A', one YEAR Dear Sir: As 1 have been led to Sunday in May, The Kind You Have Always Bought, nml which has hden wild turkey with a club and they believe that, through the county IT. Clark will work several 1 ad a dinner to brag on. iu tiro for over SO yearn, has homo Iho signature of J. if:s made 'k'Hoivn on pn urs, ia the proper wny tu reach 'ddverlh .. sKid lus been inntlo under his per-x? k hands iu woods this Col. R. A. Sparks is 'now runppticatioti the masses of the county people season. the jtTtf---sonal supervision slnco its liifimcy. ning his sawmill in the Free State to them and thereby express Allow no 0110 to deceive you in thta. Tell Buck Varnon to give us of Jackson, where clever people, my iews, upon some of the ques arc hut ANNOUNCEMENTS All Counterfeits, Imitations and " another discourse froth the Blue-bac- k good timber and "Moonshine" is which, tlfe tions, in with and endanger tho health oC Experiments that trillo spelling book. abundant. ql this county, are directly inter--1 luthnts aud ChildrcirT3xjricneo against Experiment. Respt. We tut-- fl crfccil to niinouncv esletl in, and pertaining to the L. C. Carpenter was married " t holey Payne, A Mountain Boomer. (Question of good roads and how to last week to the beautiful young in the Fourth obtain them. Now, every sane as,a cuiiiliitmi- for Magistrate Another wedding Mrs. Hiues. district, mi' i ' tn tlie action of the Repub- man concedes, that the people Pare-jjori- c, is a brewing, wUl tell all about it lican jinn harmless wiballtnte for Castor Oil, Cantorla i onght to have better roads throughwhen it happens. It (Level Green.) irops and Soothing Sjmps. nor is Pleasant. lb out the county. How are ve to other Narcotic E. K. VVasoN, a son of a prom- get good roads? Why, build them G. M. Ballard was over to see Opitim, Morphine' contains neither homefolks, and boom his race substance. It ago is it.--! j;:iarantec. It destroys Wonus inent p!i- - ciiiu of Williamstown; a of course. Some one will say Our beloved and beautiful "Holand allays Fevcrishncss. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind graduaif m- Centre College; an it takes money to build them, so it low" this morning presents a dou- against W.A.lS.D. If he gets votes enough he will beat Buck Varnon Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation' ' the law department of takes money to build railroads and ble aspect, the millions of peach nhrtflfiMs and Flatulency. It assimilates tlio Food, regulates the coffee &c, and plum blossoms that came forth and WABD easily. Ann Arl'ur; a rormer county at- bridges, to buy flour , . Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. in fact it takes money to 00 anything last week and made this Hollow ine aimanac teuer uas mane a torney mi Laurel; a Republican The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. that is worth doing, a thing that look like "the land of flowers," is mistake. This is not the month elector - i he Eleventh Congres- docs not cost money, is not worth completely enveloped iu "the beau- - of April showers, this is the 4th. ALWAYS has languished here much. Some one will say, how tilul," what a contrast? It looks day of snows, and still it conies. sional d GENUINE in prison ir eleven months in his are you going to get tne money muchly like mixing the Arctic re- If Buck Varnon knows what time Bears tbo Signature ot I answer by say- gions with the lauds of the Torid of the year it is let hiin.tell. desper.m i'gjit against wearing the to build roads. zone. The most promising prosWednesday he ing, borrow it of course, just like Our friend and neighbor, John stripes t felon. this governments borrow money, pect for an unusually bountiful iu the penitentiary to and just like R. R. Companies and peach and plum crop has been Griffin, is having more than his was pi A few weeks iare of affliction. serve hi- - sentence of five years, fsr other great corporations borrow "laid in the shade," O, solemn ago his little boy died with scarlet a terrili or.ina committed. Whis- money, issue bonds to run thought! But here we'll let the fever, Saturday his loving w'fe was direct say 20 or 30 years bearing a low curtain drop and,, look after our buried, and of his four remaining ky, c!i"'- iiiul women are the cold and starving cattle, sheep, children three are in bed sick. He cause ol litis man's downfall, and rate of interest. For example: say hc-gnth bosses, "for great the people of this, Rockcastle counhas the heart felt sympathy of all. should be a lessou ty, would vote the Fiscal court the his controversy" &c. &c. His wife was Miss Mary Chasteen; Years. In Use For Over n vr jjien who are inclined right to borrow $30,000 00, thirty to all I understand that quite a big a niece of H. Branuamau and a CITY. THC eCNTUII COMPANY, TT MUBHAY STRICT. tICW VOBW lolhiw in his footsteps. issue rticus haz bin stird up among the cousin of Tom aud Gus Stewart. thousand dollars. Let theai to m bonds and sell them, get the monej peepil (a part uv them) ov RockLeatherhkad. With such legal luminaries as and build roads. Some will say castle becase an appropriation of you going to redeem the $500 was made by the fisical court Judges U. P. Jacobs, Alex. P. how are l il Remedy eor Rheu- SSl Humphrey and Col. W. C. P. bonds? By levying a small tax upon fur the purpose ov gradin, gravel-i- The Best matism, aud and otherwise improving the Breckhntdge to care for the legal the property, both real peopleper of road leading from J. I. White's sonal, belonging to the quick relief from pain. aspect uf the consolidation of Cen- the county. residence to the K. C. R. R. Iu All who use Chamberlain's Pain tral University and Centre ColLast November, there were over the outset I'll say that Esquire Balm for rheumatism are delighted lege, it would look to a. man up a 500 voters in this county signed a Judge Williams and I, voted with the quick relief from pain tree, that Richmond's kick and petition asking the county Judge, for it, but at the same time, I wish to call an election tor the purpose td further say that I had the in- which it affords. When speaking threat will amount to nothing. of submitting to the voters a propoterests of county in view and think of this Mr. D. N. Sinks, of Troy, ve ivlly appreciate the feeling of sition, as to whether or not, they it will be a benefit to the people Ohio, says: "Some time ago I had We have a inl! line of Dry Goods, Notions, IIats,W Richmond people, and why they were in favor of issuiug the $30,- - generally, not simply the county a severe, attack of rheumatism in object to the removal of Central 000 worth of bonds, for the purpose officials or only Judge Williams as Shoes and Groceries, my arm and shoulder. I tried University from their beautiful lit- of building pikes throughout the some have been pleased to say. It county. In preparing vthe ballot, is true the appropria tion is small numerous remedies but sgot no tle cit. the clerk got himselt mixed up considering the purpose, yet it is relief until I was recomended by somewhat and bad it read "Are sufficiently large to show doubting Messrs. Geo. F, Parson & Co., $5- The people should serionsly ob you in favor of free turnpikes or Thomas that good roads can bej druggists of this place, to try ject to the appointment of Judge not." made in this county, and rob no Over $3.oo fco $B,oo. James Tinsley, of Barboursville, as The result was, that those intend one. I will admit, that the 500 Chamberlain's Pain Balm. They district attorney, because of the ine to vote for the bonds, knew aforesaid', could have been placed recommended 'it so highly that I In buying, the price :tnd quality are the twoku vast good he is doitig as Circuit that the vote would be illegal; with the general road fund) and bought a bottle. I was soon relievtherefore they failed or refused to distributed among all the roads,' but ed of all pain. I have since recJudge. Now comes the good news Give us a call and qe forxL! ',) things to be considered, vote on the question at all, with a we think it worth more to the pubof a Clay county man on a change few exceptions. In the town of lic if used as we have ordered. No ommended this liniment to many of venue to Kubx on a charge of Livingston, where a large vote was one who lives in this county, or of my friende, who agree with me J""'""" w ' murder being convicted and sen- cast against free turnpikes, and even passes through it, will deny that it is the best remedy for mustenced to the penitentiary for life. therefore I take it for grauted, that our roads are in a deplorable cular rheumatism in the market." Trhsley can do more good toward that if the county had 500 miles of condition; no oue will deny that For sale by Theo Wesley Druggist. lOpposite Court House. Mt. Vernon, Ky. turnpikes, leaeing iu different dir- gooa roaas is one 01 ;ne most pomoralizing the people of hi district ections throughout the county, tent factors in building up any $D8e&DrC&DeC( ri than forty preachers could. that the people of Liviugstou as country, uo one will contend for a moment that we can get them withindicated by their vote last Novemout an effort A mo effort. The verdict, not guilty, which ber would be in favor of a e was found in the Ripley case, every five miles and every other One reason that so many people l by a jury of twelve democrats, and one of them a double gate, and in of the county oppose any step for Whsuyk Ever have them? to x iieii ww Willi every county the benefitting or improving of our face of r that 'the language used by attorney J. tell you any is simply; they never travel in Kentucky, where they have At freojtent intervals dur- T. O'Neal in behalf of Judge Can-tri- ll pikes, have, in the U'st few years, roads, If they A "OCZF thing about had to ride them. mg ,1901, round trip all and Bob Franklin, ought to be voted bonds, bought the pikes and horseback or wagon a few days them. You icke.ts will be sold via the sufficient, to put a quietus, on make them free. Now, "who is over them as I and some others do JL "Wkiiow how dark v. 1 Qpmn'Belt Route, things which have been said con- right, the people, of Lincoln, Gar- their "tune would turn" and a new everything looks A vir fr W$ and how you are about Lflrpm Cairo and cerning these two men and the rard, Boyle, Murcer Etc., or that song would also be put in their part of the Rockcastle citizens who mouths, and among the present opreadv to cive ud. Some Democratic partv, as to their atti- voted and fought so hard against ponents of pikes would be found how, you can't throw off ';irrArkansas, Louis tude towards any accused of the good roads? Aud for what reason? its strongest advocates, but alas the terrible depression. iana, Texas, and assassination of Gov. Goebel. If However, on the face of the returns sich is not. But should our little i i ni.i ivrt tirs ih i ilv iVf AJif IV&'I I i f 'ni i wnAPiWiX Indian Arc things really so H I I 7r ty .iJ iiaii and Okla- guilty punish; if not let them go the question was defeated last No effort on the Buckeye road prove a KlfHW I 4j I HI sTO''I II) I'll blue? Isn't it your nerves, Territories,. is and has always been the vember. but as there" were 1200 or success, ( wuii.li it certainly win; free, ,$(ma "A after all? That's where. K 1500 voters, who did not vote; I the friends aud advocates of good motto. v' WrMrmyreauQQa assume that they were for the roads will multiply in a Gumefric 1 the trouble is. Your bonds and would have so voted, if series and its enemies will become nerves are being poisoned And Robert Lee Davis is again the questin had been right upon correspondingly scarcer. ujiw'here'.you 1 I I from the impurities in Wt'f'ilfH Tellyou would like want to go; Us I Vhen V uI to. leave, and wa in journalistic harness. We greet the ballot. The question, of bonds, j i will tell we waul this quesyour blood. Mr. Editor, you when you can secure one 3 j him back to the field, which he will be sebmitted to the voters tion agitated much and kept con fli" .' Of the if I tickets and what It will 9 ' ost. We will also send you a complete '. I ' A J" II should never have left. He is a again at the Novemeber election tinually before the people for right IH fTt j 2 ; ; (schedule tor rthe trip and an Interesting . wvvn ? bright and versatile writer; full of this fall, and .if defeated.igain at will ultimately prevail, but before ! i f i i if ,v .lrl ya i ! i i : i "' the November election m it can accomplished the people f M .MM LLk' energy aud of brains. The Climax J! or until the people become edu must be consed to think; think WW, T. P. A, OMmiII, ONd, Was already oue of the best papers, cated upon the question of good seriously aud work aud vote for i s M ' E. laRFiliMF. n P. ui1 T 1 - Ml Mil that appears on our exchange list, roads, and are willing to votq a their own interests. I say Hurrah TSveeemmmm&mi&mM but vith clever ''Bob" Davis as small tax upon the property of for that Bill Dee republican Wonder if it were my old poul L4 purifies the blood editor it will soou be eveif better. those who are able and willing to and j Men's Hats 75c. up, oe taxed tor any legitimate pur- try friend, Brannaman? I will pub (iivcb power uuu biauiuiy a WJiat Is Up Hlov? licly address 0I" Ladies $2.50 shoe, now $2,00 The officials of Boyle county are pose; whereby the masses of the speech) the people) of P.niake on to the nerves. It makes H. o Gents $2.50 shoe, now $2.00 to be congratulated on the swifc, great commou people are to be the subject of. good roads and my health and strength, activMen's and Ladies solid shoes $1)25 ' benefited. Now Mr. Editor if you A NEW STORE AT CJJMMINS speedy and just punishment of the prent this article and it looks pretty candidacy, on 31st. day of April. ity and cheerfulness. Clothing, men's suits from '' STAND. " negro, Quiun, for the murder of well in print, I will, perhaps, try Then I'll beard the lions in their This is what ''Ayer's up. will do for you. It's the Al! grades calicoes this week' Policeman Cruintn. He was in- my hand again soon upon the same dens and speak at town of LivingsFrank Jones' ; ton, and I'll cheerfully divide time oldest Sarsaparilla in the dicted, tried aud convicted all done subject. Respt. CinjAr Store. with any opponent, especially the land, the kind that was Ribbons, Laces, Ladies Hose, in one week. If we had more such jAvS. 1. White. opponents of good roads, and I c 12 old before other Sarsa-parillAruckle Coffee, Men's Hose, allas,dieap' as, the' Verdicts this county would be far hereby invite and insist upon them, were known. Best Green Coffee, cheapest. Goods delivered iu any, better off. to be there. Tfyou cap say anyND This also accounts for Fine Vienna Coffee, 15c part of town at your door. ' ' having thing reasonable against the saying, "One bottle Lion Coffee, 12 good roads in this county stand up One of the inuum enable deuefits Satukday is tny bargain day,' at' of Aycr's is worth three Mr. Editor: As I have not and let us count you. Granulated Sugar, to be derived from the Mt. Vernon Cnmmins stand, Livingston, Ky. '. seen any thing in bottles of the ordinary paper from Betsy iz in good health and I Light Brown Sugar, Collegiate Institute was the two our place for some yQtir will try to time, kind." have a wonderfully good appetite. Best Dry Salt Meat, 10c TO SCHOOL TRUvSTEES. ', most excelleut sruions of Dr. give a few items. il.O a bs'.tie. All drvnUU Hurrah for us. Nice, pure Leaf Lard, 10c Arric last Sunday. It was a treat We have been having some of Writ tha DoctBf. Very truly. I have sent out blank census reIt rou hava any complaint wliateror Coc Best Meal, in market, to listen to this great divine and Mr. Mc's. prosperity; suowing for ami usilru tlis belt medical advice you Varnon Buck ports to each school district in. thc4 can io3Jlb)y recelt e, write tlio doctor Best Patent Flour 65c fiely. You will rocelva a prompt re. bad it not been for the Institute he 3 or 4, days about 2 inches of snow county.- - Should any Trustee or ply, witliQiit ro3t. Address, on the ground. Second best patent flour, 60c Uu, J. a. A VEit, Ixwull, Mass. would not have been here. Chairman fail to the I Mrs. John Phillips is very ill at ' .iw"ergi5g'Miy?My!g tf'V Best shipstuff $1 for 100 lbs. don't fail to send receive for blanks; iheni.j .or cajl California Hams, per lb ' Danville is to huve a $35,000 this writing. Dr. Martin, of King-ste9c or Infants rmd'Cltfjdren. W. U( UVV1S, CJJ-.ti- . ' is waiting ou her. 8Vi to 10c Canned Goods, opera bouse to be built by the Ma. . Apr, 5, t;or. The Kind You Have Always Bought OSrTnke the Signal and get Uneeda Biscuit, fresli per T. J. Coffey and Miss Mary all sons aud the Elks. Glad to hear box, were . 5c the news, nil the timer from all Old Newspapers at this office, Jo' Eaars tlio this as little Britan never had one last Thursdayunited ,iu matrimony 2 ibs soda for at the bride's home. Signature of 5c over crt,int ,md State efore, 25 cents jiet hundred. Rev. Wall Chasteeu officiating. COOKSBURG - S tan-bar- 7 4taS&teA4li Just-ns-ffoo- d" lax-payer- s, S POSSOM HOLLER hat 8s CASTORIA CASTORIA 1 (to-wit- ,) 11 be-ya- nt The con-ieti- on KM You toe Always Bought 30 II n 9 Gat-liff- e, EVERY DAY IS Bargain Day.f-- CJt'3XCX MEN'S SUITS ALL WOOL FROM 3 TO Coals, Fron JL- - 1 COX BROS., c toll-gat- b-- the-fac- t, 1 , Wr .,. 3ss lim Rails Texas. 15 A .1 KTTnSJ'SkPrnil u"-I I 1 VHi 7fO 1902-03-04-- ii mWJ777ZP7iJ WV9ZV II If 1 f ' low-rat- e . y i K III $3-oo F- W. .- - -- sc. as GOOjCHLA iac jc '6c ' .' u, CASTOR A & iA(SKw-wi&itiife--A)- i. Mc-Gui- re ' - TVywsy-U- ' ; -- jirf4 ., aI t. 1 ht . V;' AMUMIMBkMMMi rt ? to ' i ,,, ? Lester Hilton mul'Manley -- Alb- ',' Pr,oi. levers will open the 'Norm-briga.i$ were up irom "Brodhead last al Monday morning. ' ' ' ' L. T. Stewart, of Wildie is in "'J1' Marshal J. J. Clancy brought t Mt. Vehnou Kv. April 26, 1901. The teachers, Misses Cox, Ow- - Polly MtilHn liere and put her in town. ingsand Mitchell, left for their jnil yesterday, on a charge fcon- J. T. Blni.keuship is,still on the , sick list. hmnes at n a. in, cealing stolen property. Tne goods H. C. Thompson, of London, was Ceci! and Richard Williams, of were those stolen by young Pres- in town Friday. - ton Stnnford. are visitidir their nrnnd Will Hilton and family are sick parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. N. WilA CARD. Ilcuiivilic & NMiLir n.n.Co. with measles and mumps. liams, and attending the commenceBrodhead, Ky., April 22, 1901 Green Swaner and family have ment exercises at the college. moved to Lebanon Junction. TIME TABLE. Mr. Albright, Editor Signal: J. J. Towery went to O wings-vill- e We are glad the magistrates of Mrs. Ida Rose visited homefolks 24 north 11.05 a U1 Friday to organize a lodge of this county spent the $500 on the at Pine Hill, between, trains Mon.t,. 1:31am the Maccabees, but on 26 north ..... .. account of day. , 1:57 P.,p 23 south .t, small pox, made his stay rather roads leading down to Langford and connected the two railroads. Joe Rhiueheart will move his 25 bouth 1:45 a 111 short, returning Mfjnday night. family Jn the house vacated by Mr We would be mighty proud if they Tas Lamurum, Agent. Ii, B. Cox went to Louisville had put it on the road coming to Monk. Monday, and took with him three Deputy U. S. MarshaKW.T. n tec Eilrltth Ut. Vtmj, Hy,, children, one girl and two boys, of Brodhead but we will get one some Short, of Mt Vernon, was in town of these days. If there be any Monday. Mini' mill tnatttr ithe late D. M. Cress, and put them 1 1 man that thinks I am going to supin the Masonic Orphans flome.s C. Mullins was in Mt. VerW. MASONIC. Rev. G. D. Hcudrickso'n writes, port aud vote for ariy man that non Monday, and Hazle Patch 40 meets 2nd HalAihlanil Lodge No. that he will preach at the Brodhead fights good roads he is off for I Tuesday. jky 10 A in. Baptist church Sunday, which will aint going to do it. We are in Russell Dillion and Atwood, favor of good roads down here aud were guests at the Riverside Man, probally be his last sermon at that CHURCHES. we don't care who knows it. sion, a few days this week. Christian Hold nerricex 1st & 3r 1 Sundaj place, having accepted a charge at Ladies, Middle-age- d and Young Ladies and Misses T.-Johnson. Miss Cora Adams is visiting Casey, 111. At 11a.m. anil 'atC:30p. in. Hats, Babv Caps and many William Preston, of Livingston, relatives iu Mt. Vernon, and also atWillie Martin, who is now loPresbyterian Etolds services on the 2nd , tending the commencement: while v sad 4th sundajr, morning and (veiling, cated at Lynchburg, Va., came was tried Tuesday, on the charg of there EVERY one should have a new hat for EASTER SUNDAY Daptlat Church "Jcrvicex on the Second home lo attend the burial of his breaicing into and taking goods Mrs. Sallie Rhineheart returned nnd Sunday. 8uuday LOOK well for your husband LOOK prcttv for your. , Saturday night from the store room of Jones and cousin, Hugh Martin, and on TuesSaturday, from a visit with SO DECORATE your head with a . , best beaux 3choolat 1 in every Sunday. Prayer Smith, now bankrupts, of which home day accompanied by his sister, Miss relatives at Stanford and Crab Meeting on Tuesday nights. ., Beautiful and Becoming Hat. , Sadie, came up to a ttend the com- Marshal W. T. Short is trustees, Orchard. LADIES from all sections of Rockcastle aie most cortlially and was held over under a bond of mencement exercises. W. F. Monk has sold his interinvited to come and inspect these beautiful novelties! iwhether $250. Marshal Short found in est in the butcher shop, and has you buy or noti Every mother should have sufficient jprieleiu young Preston's trunk a number of mored back to his old home at her daughter, to buy her a nice Spring Hat, that is most durable LOCALS. ' ' articles, which he recognized as Maretsburg. and serviceable. .... . Mrs.' J. W Tate is visiting relaproperty taken from said store) al Mrs. Bessie Browning, who has tives here. Mrs. Beaucharap of Lexington, so a pistol which was 'On his person been visiting relatives in Crab '' J FA Short spent this week with at the Christian churcti here Mon-du- y at the time ofiiis arrest, the num Orchard, also Mrs. Fields at IT will pay you to travel riiauyi j Everything new for the head, night. returned home Monday. hornet oiks. ber of which, corresponded to a miles tc get a hat that is becoming hair pins, side combs, back combs, Dead, Jesse Bullock living on box left in the store, from which a Every old lady and pompadour combs. L. W. Bethurttin, candidate for and in style. Dr.. Benton, of Brodhead, was Scaggs Creek, died Wednesday of revolve was missing. He was also county attorney was in town should have a new spring bonuet.i here Wednesday. Linings, stays, brush biuding, aud young paralyses. tried at the same time on a charge Wednesday, looking after his and every middle-age- d hooks and eyes, braids etc. for Judge Alcorn passed through Mrs. Francis Gentry bought the of petit larceny, on which he plead fences. Well Leonard, you had married woman a nice spnug hat. 'dresses. better hustle, for everybody in this' Prices ranging all the' way from Monday afternoon. Milt Hiatt pace, from James Craw- guilty and was given 30 days in the section seems to be for Uncle Daw 25c. to $6.00 and $10 00. Celebrated Straight front Corset, W. C. Mullins and Mat Ballard ford for $1200. county jail. son. Nice Ladies Vests. is were'here Monday. Jailer G. S. Griffin and Deputy The Eighth District Kentucky Jacob Tussey. of Middle Fork, CHiffons, Liberty Silks, Ribbons Beautiful silks, all shades, 50c, W. T. Short and Judge Williams Sheriff J. J. Wood took E. K. W. C. T.U. will hold its Annual Jackson county, was dwowned in 'arid flowers in all the new .shades. to $1 per yard.. are in Stanford today. Wilson to the pen Tuesday uight. Convention at Livingston, April Rockcastle river near his home to Monday, while rafting cross-ties- , C- - C. Williams, went to LouisThe colored people will have a 30th, May 1st and 2nd, beginning bring Ribbons in oil colors and styles. to this place. Mr. Tussey EMBROIDERY lC. to 20C. rally al the court house Sunday, toTuesday night April 30th. Rev. was one of ville Wednesday night. NarrrisV black velvet ribbons anu best citizens per yard. Jackson's Rev. A. J. Pike, was up from finish raising money to build their v,- H. Palmer Mrs. Frances E. and was highly respected by all Fine Laces 24c. to 30c per yd. black lace, the newest and' latest Beauchamp and Dr. G. W. Young who knew him. He was one of styles for trimming all thin dresses. church. Brodhead Tuesday night. STOPS THK COUGH AND WORKS will be present and deliver the ad- the very few Democrats of his MTrn Mrs. L. II. Jnrrett, of Brodhead, dresses. Delegates and visitors county. nlegant Gloves 35c. JLo $1 pen Ol'K THK COLD. Petti-coat- s visited relatives here Tuesday. 75c. to $1.50. s , Married. Molhe. the hand Pair. Tablets expecting to attend should send Laxative V See our Ladies shirts. MrrO. P. Ncwland, of Crab cure a cold in one day. No cure their names to Mrs. Frank Jones, some and accomplished daughter of Mrs. John Farmer, Orchard was here Wednesday. ., Livingston, that 'entertainment Mr. ah$of the Mullins Hotel, and no pay. Price 25 cents. Belts, 35c. The very latest fad, of LivingsJWaylf vou ' Mrs. Maha la Carson, Tics 2 'Ac. to soc. Jim Mizp.shot and killed "Little" may be provided. When purchas- James M. Bttnn, of Junction City, Belt Buckles, 15c. . .want anything, in genuine Lisfe ton, is visitiug relatives and friends Elishua Whitaker Wednesday. ing tickets to Livingston parties were made one at the home of the Embroidery Silks, 45c per do. hum:, 111 iiiui'kui winiu, jjivc nic a, here. icall. Whitaker was in, a boat on Rock- should seccure certificates from bride s parents. JMiss Mollie was skeins. ,v John Magee and Capt. A. N. castle viver and Mize was hid be- railroad agent, showing that full one' of Livingston's most handsome And don't forget that Tomorrow, INDIA LINEN for waists, extra Bentlywere up from Livingston hind a tree on the Laurel county fare has been paid one way, thus young ladies, while&Mr. Bunn is an quality. the 30II1,- - M'y Opening. N. R. R. Co., employe of the L. Tuesday. securing, if possible a reduction of aud is very popular with his emside. fare on the return trip. ployers and fellow associates. All Misses Heleu Thuruiau and Klla We pay $20 per week and exLivingston joins in extending them (Mrs.) May R. Patterson, attended the commencement penses for men or women with rigs Dunn, a hearty congratulations, aud may Dist. President. last night. to introduce our Poultry Mixture OLD BRICK HOTEL, Opposite Courthouse. their married life ever be sunshine. MT. VERNON, KY. , Mrs. Eaunie Adams went to and Insect Destroyer in the country. COMMENCEMENT. Quo Vadis. Mlddfcsb'orough Tuesday to visit Address, Excelsior Food Cov CONTINUED PROM 1ST PAGE. her sister. Mrs. Jones. Parsons, Kau. EXECTUORS NOTICE While the failure, of Dr. Ely, Mrs. W. I?. Cbamp.'of (Puiut to cure a cold in one day. who yaSfctOjdeliver the class adLick, came Wednesday to see her All peisons indebted to the, es Take Laxative Bromo Quinine dress, materialize, was rather a father, Judge McClure. All druggists refund the disappointment to all, yet, it did tate of J. K. McClary, deceased, Tablets' w. A. Brown, of Parksvill, money if it fails to cure. E. W. no: detract m the least, irom a are requested to call on the underwas called Tuesday to see' Judge Grove's signature is on each box. full enjoyment of the evening. signed and settle the same. While any one to . G. V. McClure, who is very sick. z.'jcts. As soon as it was learned that we do not wish to put cost, however, we must settle tile auA John Dead William Newcomb, liv he would not' bej present, a differMarshal J. J. Clancy .if of Livingston, attended the ing near Orlando, died Tuesday ent programme was arraqged, se- business of the estate, and suit will Pope; ,.....'; PREPARE TEACHERS fur the examination, f. IW! UI1J UI1U all t trial, of William Preston Tuesday. uight. He" was a brother of the lecting some of the best parts of be bt ought for that purpose on desiring to review the Com'uioii School branches. debts that are not settled with out Miss. Mary Colyer and Mjs Etta late M. P. Newcomb, of this place; the previous programmes of the delay. Pike visited relatives here this week was 82 years old and the only week, which were appreciated as J. W. Brown 1 -HAS been engage'' and atteuded the Commencement member of the old Newcomb family much the secoud time as they were , W. F. McClary J ixec' in tins line of woik living. thefirst. exercises at the college. Mt. Vernon Ky., Apr, 18 lyoi. and is especially prepared for it. Cheap Rates: The L. &N. will Miss Thompson's essay "What in from the Jothan Brown was Apr. 19 3t first-claGlades Tuesday and told usnhat sell tickets to Cincinnti, Saturday Next, After Graduation" was and return Sunday night for in every J particular. It was there-waa great deal of sickness ujght 4tWAWUIM4 $i.7,j rounp trip; also to Cyuthiana well worked; well arrauged and county. in his part of the May and and 3rd good until May nicely delivered. Mrs Dr. Cooper, of Livingston, ai 6th for one and a third rate on csauaitL SB Ws Dr. Ewers paid a nice tribute c and Miss Fannie Redd, of Crab Y. P. S. C. E. convention. to the teachers for their ever wilof Mrs. F. L. Orchard, were guests Thompson Wednesday night, RESOLUTION ON THE DEATH ling, untiring and splendid work, Get fat ; get nice and plump ; and with a few words of praise to 'ifc4 OF HUGH MARTIN. Mrs. Kate O'Mara and family, the patrons and, friends for their there is safety in plumpness. and Mrs. who had been visititig Mr. Summer has tried your school, Whereas: It has pleased an inteiest shown towards the Hugh Miller, for several days, left s ; winter is coming A 11 wise Providence to removed the audience - was adjourned1. SatuVtlay for Bermitigham, Ala. , breath-mil- l. Fall our friend and broThe pupil? ieceiving (.he highest to try your Herman Frith and Cleave Cable, from our midst ther, Hugh Mattin, therefore be it: grade at the college fo the month is the time to brace" yourself. two.of Brodhcad's nicest young Resolved: That in the death of of April are the following. Do not leave home on a journey He Kept His Leg. But weather is tricky; look men were up Tuesday uight to our esteemed brother and school Twelve years ago J. W. Sullivan', without a bottle of Chamberlain's" Coll. Dbpt. at the colout! Look out for colds especthe cntertaiumeut fellow, Hugh Martin, the Christian Minerva Price 96 of Hartford, Conn., .scractched his Colic, Chttlein uwl Diarrhoea lege. ially. H is iilmo.st Reiuedx certain to" a consistnut and Fannie Sparks church has lost 95 leg wire. InflammaL. I. Scott and H. P. Allen were worthy members the S. 'School, an Scott's Emulsion of Cod tion withiJruty poisoning set in. be heeded a'.ul cannot be procured antflilood Inter. D'ept. while ou are1 on board the cars or iu town Wednesday and secured earnest and intelligent worker and Delphiu Collyer the subtlest of For two years he suffered intense- steamship It is pleasant, sate ami 96 Liver Oil-i- s marriage Mcense for Owen Allen our community a young man of Geo. Childers 95 helps. It i: food, the easiest ly. Them the beat doctors urged reliable. For .ale bv Then Wes- 95 and jaiss Klla Saulmon and' Mac great promise, the parents a duti- Elu ma Pennington is more amputation, "but," he writes, "I lf DrugiM-- ' Ralph Forster 95 food in the world; it . . -- . La'rge.and MibS Lou Allen. ful and loviug sou and his brothers Maggie Hansel I 95 than food , it helps you digest used one bottle of Electric Bitters Jon Coui.dv't Have Stood It Capt. and Mrs. B. N. Roller, Mr. aud dialers a kind and obliging bro. F. L. Thompson boxes of Buckleu's Auiiea 95 your food, and get more nutri- and 1 If IieM had Itching I'iUc oud Mr. But our loss is his gain for we have and Mrs. Dock Stucky Salve aud my leg wus touud and They're' Primary I)wr. imiioviiij'i lu:t from it. ment and Mrs. Jake Sambrook, of Liv- the blessed assurance that Hugh Mattie Baker well as ever." For Eruptions, Bucklcii's ' Amiri S lvc will cure';, .Don' 'Q.t thin, there. is Eczema, Tetter, Salt RUeum, Sotcs ingston, were present Sunday to has gone to join the angelic throng, Mary Houk f 9r ( nili-- s mi 'rit.V. ' sermon. " safety b. ,plumpncss. ?4an and all blond disorders? Electric-Bitter- the w'usl c ie where all is peace and joy for ever. Lela May Lovell hear the Baccalaureate 96 I'lis run lh.iwuwl It ' a Resolved: Th.it this.be print- Rob H. Miller hat: no rival on eaitli. Ti Dr. and Mrs: W. J. Childress, of 9" woman end child. , It 'ifHr ftmpi 10:1 i u. If von Iisvrj fi t it it It. tta acrccal 1c int i'' ed in the MV Vernon Signal. n and Miss Georgia 96 Livingston, Anna M. Miller tliem all Druggist will guarantn-satisfactfoV I',.. '. c th- - ,..'rhl !'co: Miss Helen Thurmond,' Bony Griffin of Pine Hill, came up 95 , r 01 refund money. I't.ft yi'iaui' ,d& , V 19 Conn, J. F. Wafcson, Tuesday to (attend the entettuin-lnqu- t Mifiindu White'' Only 50 cents. 95 s,'. I i uggists. ) W. A. Carion corieg Tuesday ii'ipliu at the Mt. 'crnoD Signal LIVINGSTON Pattern T Pdttgrn'Ha'V 1VJL- X "A r to-da- , SPRINC iTOCK IS COMPLErTE, Beautifi and ATTRACTIVE, Foit-ofS- of Come Spring Styles PATTERN HATS. and seeHhe New l - Nobby and Artistic. Just from the Cities with a new and beautiful line of NOVELTIES, C. OLD Attractive - . Personals May-woo- d, HATS. HEAD. ! I r SILKST Laces Ribbons - Gloves Belts" v Bromo-Quinin- e 1 pro-prieto- ts Gents Ties " MRS. SftLLie WILLffi'MS, SPECIAL rr 1 NORMAL! . At Mt Vernon, Kentucky TO Prof. Qwerp The PrineipdJ ss TERM BEGINS APRIL 29TH. s Bmmt IMl food-work- ac-cou- un Ak. Jb ryant-jf- FOR Fresh Groceries of all Kinds, t. Near i)ebot. at-tet- id -- v .1 1- -2 1 - s ! . ' - Mc-Fenu- n, ri l..JnV . . I ! ' i " ' ' . - r. III! !. Ill, . Ill !. Ill ..l..-- . n.,,, I.. t ." '"""'"' . , ' " ' i. ,..., ' . Me ..' ateemaaL.aMaagagaiBMaiet aaaaaawiarmiirfcjiiwiii mi Hi iimrMiiniinii. iiiiiniiiiuwa f , .1...,. mmmam aawsBMaMmimwu -' , rl - ! A START JNTOTHE20TH CENTURY WITH a Big List of Unheard of BARGAINS, JaiBt Received a JH all j ine of spring (jjoods;1 ( ': "Vr ..'- "' ':f '., ,.,' -- ,.' ;T3E At) . V Carefully Every Line of This Ad. and Come and be Convinced that we are". Actually Selling Goods Cheaper Than Ever Known" in- MT. VERNON, -"" '- - L HOME MARKETS. aammmmmmmmamammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmamm ' " ljiv " ' Corrected each week by Houk 1 Boots and Shoes, gfikdmit's r & Adams, Mt. Vernou, Ky. Clothing, Gents Furnishings. i -- " Arbuckle's Coffee Lion Coffee GreenCoffee Flour, No. i, per batrel " Uelle of Lincoln-pe- r Daisy flour per barrel Labelle flour 13c 13c $4550 b'rl 4.00 1 h.io r AftFMT c f, )) i WLf mmmsnmj SHOES l l! A l ft jiiuunuiuu, 1 ' Pwtiii ' Wear patches wUenou can gob Clothing, of all grades We ' are the leaders in Nice .Spring and , oummer Clothing. NICE Dress Suits guaranteed to tit and prices that cannot tofail to come Clothing .and furnishings there is no end and invite all please. DON'T so cheap. and look and obtain bargains, 1 'i3acon, per lb fvDan'l Boone Soap; 3 cakes Star Soap , 3 cakes Hice, No. 1, per lb Sugar per lb Extra Light Brown Sugar lb Sprup. Caramel, gal. bucket ShipstufF, per hundred, 1. 10 Calico, all the best brands Calico; all cheap grrdes 5c & under 8j3c Can goods Clothing, suits, 75c to $15.00 ;Lard 11c. in small lots: iocts in 50 lb lots or more. iNorthern seed oats per bu 45c Millet hay on hand Eggs per doz 9c Heathers per lb 40 1 rf r S& - r " -- &T I iM l.r - I "OM OC gyv OCEAN TO Hi for the 1 farmer, 1 W KEEPvour feet dry, and save a doctor's bill, The best at Houk & Adams O n luuuiui, uuiuier, and th dude, at all sorts of prices, to suit all in lit, stylo and nrice. . I Clothed in Style, at the prices Houk & Adams are selling clothing, men's fine shirts, collars and ties. LOOKING for a place to obtain bargains in CJothing of any kind, such as line suits, medium suits. Suits to suit any one in Boys suits of all ages. .Step in stylo and finish and price. Houk & Adams' and be suited. ,at HE clothing is not all. We keep a general line Of everything kept in a general store, ircememaer evoryuung iu our sioru is a, bargain. Will find it to their advantage to trade EST O& C ET I" I VI EU wfth usj as we keep everything a farmer 1 Saturday special barmay need at prices that make competition blush. gains for our customers. St., Houk: & UF RI T iO H S3 L E3 i O fS II 53 Adams, Main Phone No. 25,- -2. . R ' CONWAY o H. Jordan was in Wildiejast M. r- -t 1 Monday, on business. Jack Mobley has returned from the Philippines and is now working on the Gap section. Henry Hamblin contemplates moving his mill from this place to Brush creek, in the near future. L. C. Smith has purchased U. S. Berries' oak timber and will commence manufacturing it into staves soon i Mr. Jas. Matley passed through here last week trailing L. C. Smiths' mules. He leund them at Wallacetou. The Wildie citizens wish to know Who is the smart Aleck, 'writing from Conway, but "let them keep guessing Ed Lacks has bought the old store. building that belonged to the Conway Mercantile Co., and is moving it on his lot, nearby. Mr. John Gadd, of Scaffold Cane, passed through here on. his return home from Richmond, where he had been to visit Mrs. Gadd, who is at that place, under the care of physicians. The loving couple at Wildie seemed to be burprised about the Signal getting on to theii match, as they thought by having their costumes and all their finery prepared at other cities the homefolks would never be any the wiser until the happy day sliped around, and they should be made one, but th day has come when there is but lew men tliat can keep a secret, and no women at all, Haves & Wood are lmvin& sonre BaileJ four 750 lb. heifers, three at improvements made on their store per pound, 4c. and one at ' He sold to Morris Farris in Dan- - house Mart Jones and Ham (Jordan ville last Monday one cow and calf for $30 Asurvey of the rports were down from Conway first of day week on Business? taken from the couuty-cour- t correspondence of our, exchages' W. M. Hayes & L. T. Steward shows the cattle market to be in a sent a nice bunch of hogs toBrocl healthful condition, the hog market head first of week. to be very stout, the sheep and Rev. Ballew failed to materialize lamb market steady and horse last Saturday and Sunday to fill mules very firm. and good horse his regular appointment. stock very high, and extra good Neal Parson, who lias a job mules clear out of sight George with K. C. bridge crew, was in Carpenter, 0 Burgiu, bought of town Saturday and Sunday. Jas. Walter on the"! 3th a G50 pound W are still hollowing for Buck fat heiser at 3jc. Harrodsburg for Suptindent. if he never gets his , Democrat. chickens from Squi re Branamau. 3c. A Testimonial ikom Old Eng COURT CALENDAR. day iu each month. ' Mon- land. County Court. Fourth Mon Fiist CRABORCHARD Patten was called to Stauford Thursday, to see her sister Mrs. Geo. in law, LanH Xfiock, Drop R. B. Ilutchcraft Sold 44 head of slop cattle to Simon Wiel at $4.50, same to Jonas Weil and 135 head-oati '$4.35 .... Frank Bedford, Jr. sold 6 steer calves to J. 15. Clay, at $29, and 28 yearlings to Lewis Rodgers, at $38 per head ....,F. P. Bedford shipped to Cincinnati 3 cars hogs this week. They aver aged 200 pounds and cost $5.40 per hundred. Paris Keiituchiau. c Messrs. Fox & Logan, of Ikwc recently sold to different parties 10 good mules, for road and. 'farm purposes ai prices ranging f Dau-vjll- 1 Mrs. Dove Cloyd who is very sick. Mr. Dan Holman bought of Henry Hlme one harness horse for $65. j Mr. M. Jandor, who has been Rastus heard tnat the editor was waiting on small pox patients at - cotnjng over t0 give i,im a kicking Pjeachersville has returned home .tnr nv-0(T n fPW wepks. tlipr- ...... "o w" " and reports that tqe parties are au fore Rastus thought he he better about well. send In a few items. John Payne reports that tbfe fihs Rastus. bile splendid in Dix rivar. Iu the Police court Tuesday Pery Emery, Bill Faris and William Mack were fined $5 and cost for the b'reach-o- f the peace. The peach and apple crop are EWBLISH HUNTER not hurt here Combined bny stulllon, IU lunula high, both Thos Napire, J. S 'Damrou and hind uuklcs white. PKDICKKC-SlnJlcsscn- Joe Shanon were in Stauford Tues- gor, 1st. dam -il Win. by Abdnllah mnrs by Lusk saddle the day. Davy Ctocket, son of l)eiincy'n Dirunon. ho Dr. Pettus has returned home by Imported Dromiop. KC0X1) DAM by, from a 'trip to Louisville and seems Highlander. ADDALLAII MESSEXUKIt. siro of Enmuch improved. glish Hunter, la by Messenger Chief, giro of A mau'by the name of Daugher-t- y Muml Messcnger'2 10 . was arrested near the Rockcastle ENGLISH HUXTEtt has proven to tie the county line Tuesday by Deputy bcstslroof t.'nesize ami high Ktyleri, com' Marshal Edwards and brought bincd horses In the country, This people of here for trial charged with a br.each Rockcastle county have a chance to breed to one of the iincst combined horsen on earth, of the peace and lunacy. and lib reputation U already established, Miss Lula McClure is lsiting TJiis magnificent Stallion will make the sea friends and relatives at Manse in boh of ll01, ut my stable in BRODI1EAD, KY., for the price of , Garnrd Co. ,, -- "I cousider Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the best in Ihe world for bronchitis," says Mr. Williams Savory, of Warrington, England. "It has saved my wife, she having been a martyr . to bronchitis for over six years, being most of the time confined tq her bed. She is now quite well." It is a great pleasure to the manufacturers oi Chamberlain's 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 happiJ. H. Smith the pump man is on ness by this remedy. It is for sale the sick list his son, Peck, of Sil- by Theo Wesley Druggist. ver creek, is running the pump' for CSyTake the Signal and get all , him. the news, all the time, from all . The Conway correspondent, hit over county and State. the nail on the head when he said the groom thought lie was. a daisy, J. W. Brown. if it is the one we are thinking G. W Mcclurk. McCLURE & BROWN about. day iu January, April, July and October. A full and complete stock. All Circuit Court. Second Mon Motto: day in February, Fourth Monday orders filled promptly. in May and Third Monday in Sep Best goods and lowest prices. tember. Quarterly Court. rltmitllrP 1( Undertaking. Mt Vernon Police Court; Third Monday in each month. J. A. Mulliris& Son- - (Succe&sors to Dlunkcnikip Livingston, Kentucky. i Mullfns,) R.A, JONES DENTIST, STANFORD, KY-- . The Veranda Hotel JOSEPH COFFEY, PROPR., Photic No. 48. Office over Higgius & McKenney's Stanford, Ky., Specially equipped for traveling men, Sample room on first floor. Bath rooms free to guests. Store. P. A. Pennington, D. D. S.; ' M. D -- " 1 Mr. Will be at Miller House. ..It All 'business entrusted to our care ernon during all Circuit Courts. attention. will receive prompt Office room No. 8 in the old Brick Hotel. Attorne y satLa w, Vernon, Ky. Rates. $2.oo,perdav. DEIMTST, . N W Cor. Third and Chestnut Sts. LOUISVILLE, KY. M.L-MYERS- , Mt. Vernon, Ky. OFFICE At the Rice property. Phone No. 3S. DENTIST, - SECRET EERYICE. TJ'ie Fine Combined Horse OASES accepted anywhere. Only legitimate work taken. Attomey-at-LaGuarantees absolute fidelity MT VERNON. ICY flSrOKFICE.- - On 2cd. floor of to client. ' Collections made, The Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Church criminals apprehended, shadstreet. r Special attention, given owing done. Keasonable to collections. 'terms. Address, C. C. w, Williams, R, G. ?VilliamLS, A ttorney-at-L- a w MT. , VERNON. KY. Miller House, HUGH MILLER, Prop'r. R. L-- BROWN -- j "Detective" Vi II ATTORNEY-AT-LA- (Care this Paper.) BSk-Por- Headquarters. f6r Commercial Men. at all ter Mt. Vernon, - Kentucky V Up stairs in old brck hotel opposite Court house. Special attention given to collections. trains.. ""'""'Wf PLLIWS SSI Jffsc9Zrs Hotel Located at the Fith Depot'g& - HOTEL- - F. FRANCISQO, Propr. WILDIE o owl 10 TO INSUItHA LIVING COLT, n money ilno mIicu colt in faulcil or iiinio in -- KurnlMliecl vvltli ISvery dmven lucico unci Comfort. Geo. Carform $112 to $135 penter, of Burgin, bold ant) delivered, yesterday to Tewmey & Ingram 1 fat cow, 990 pounds ' i'Ac. per pound. Hh bought same duy from E. DeuuyKo(the Curdsville community four too lb. shoate.s at 5c. Ho bought on Tnesdiy Irom Stve Walter Bower makes a fine night J.H,DUM1 h;. at the depot. BHODIIKAI), IvY.j G. T. Johilbou. of Orlando, was up first of week. WORKS, , MONUMENTAL If troubled by a weak digestion, L. T, Stewart ulade n business loss of appetite, 0: constipation, try ' Urotlliend, Ky, trip to Mt. Vernou Tuesdav. a few doses- - of Chamberlains Granite und Marble Monuments We have been well blestcd with Siomnch and Liver Tablets Every and Tombstones raiu. suow and wind the last week 'box wnrruuted. For sale by Theo -- ALL VORK IflR'sT-CLASSWesley Druggist. or two. SATISFACTION GIVE- N, .- parted with. LIVINGSTON! KY. IJ-responsibility for accidents, litit ' Sami'MS rooqis lor Commercial men. Sued. all due iMutlou will be i John Farmer, Prop. Bodliead, Good Livery KY Attached' owder& Francisco N Meet all Trains, Day and Night Traveling Men and Railroad men Solicited.' .Will for all trains. fur-lunch- es 0M OCEAN TO "- zwA1 - "vu,v C - 1 1.' Rr- AflPTHQ vCJ.vjiA.wavj, Mt. Veinon, Ky Call 1'rJo office.at,MtthoVerncm jLVAjavio insurance of all Sisj;nal