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Y1 zy 0- p I y c i 1iUuiiaVOLUME XVi MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY JANUARY 24 1902 NUMBER I L HTlLMYFRIENDS TO BE BRAVE AND FEARLESS XXD byAL TO THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE ANNUAL StockTakingAIJErT TThe Most Successful fe 1Irl1e Most Reliablei T 7vri The Most PopularLoo 7 i f store in Rockcastle Granulated Sugar f 5 cents a pound i WILOIE o L SuG T Johnson is on the sick list this week W I Dooley was up Sunday from Withers Clay Aldridge came down from Winchester Sunday rJT J Hayes made a business trip Sfc Q godhead first of the week Gabe Marshall of Pineville was here Wednesday on business Mrs J H Smith is visiting relatives and friends in Shearer this week Dr Corneilius was down from ijBerea Wednesday on professional fffisiness J Big Lqeue Thompson was in ffown Monde y talkin ocene to stir merchants WHJones went to Brodhead Tuesday evening to take in the fiddlers contest L T Stewart and J J Wood 3 made a business trip to Cooksburg first of the week Dr Sams was called home last Wednesday on account of his mother being sick Dont forget to come and hear Re Hartfield Saturday night and unday at the church Jas H Wood is holding the De bot during the absence of W H Bower our clever agent Mr and Mrs W H Brown an aughter are visiting relatives and friends in Falmouth thisweek W Stewart killed a large tray eagAle first of the week that meas ured eight feet from tip to tip r S N Davis and L W Bethu um were over from Mt Vernon first of the week on professional business Mr Lee our county superin teudent of Sunday schools was here Sunday and reorganized our Sunday school r Miss Mary Branainan returned from Brodhead Sunday where she glad been visiting her sister Mrs John Crawford riTherewas a social given at the of Mrs Mary E Coffey Wednesday evening where all had j a jolly good time F W M Hayes bas sold his farm 1 to H H Wood and bought the Jones Fish hotel property and wit soon be a resident of Wildie AW Stewart lost his old reI liable mule a few days ago b r death Some one asked him wh I lie 1mon did not skin it He said he fe Here lies the faithful She went by the name of Old Beck and was i about twentyfive years old LI Democratic Senators are right- fight to the Philippine tariff bill II every weapon at their comman The republicans have no right to the Filipinos tariff rights th denyLbeen given to the Porto Ri atts WRITTEN BY EXGOV W O BRADLEY 0 From Sundays Enquirer ABOUT 10 years ago I witnessed- an unusual occurrence in the Cir cuit Courtroom at London Ky Judge Robert Boyd was the presid ing Justice One morning shortly after Court hJlopened Andrew Jackson the foreman of the grand jury appeared before the Judge in charge ot a woman who he stated hadrefused to testify before the grand jury The Judge with a very polite bow said to the woman Madam it is your duty to tell anything you may know about any violations of the law in this county except oLcourse sueh as may have taken place in your immediate family It would be very disagreeable to me to have to punish you in any way and I trust that you will go at once and answer the questions that may be asked you by the foreman of the grand jury Ill be durned if I do she said with a withering look of scornlMr Clerk enter a fine of 10 against this woman said the Court Now madam you go and testify to this jury at once You go to hIJyou durned old fool the woman retorted Mr Sheriff take her to jailIroared the Judge fordjail to testify said she and with an inimitable toss of her head she passed out of the courtroom Being very fond of the Judge and quite intimate with him I arose and said to him as if I had not ful ly gathered what had been going on May I inquire of Your Honor what the lady is charged with I dont know sir but I think she is charged with dynamite re plied the Court with a look ofex asperation MULLINSS FAMOUS SPEECH 0Many years ago in a certain county bordering on the Kentuck River there lived a unique character by the name of Mullfns He wa elected to the Legislature and after Frankifort oil a boat called the Blue Wing which at that time plied betweeni Frankfort and points south and southeast After having served a term in the- Legislature to his great edification he returned to his home and un- d d rtook to give 10 his admiring constituents an account of his stewardship While not as eloquent as Clay nor yet as erudite or elegant as Webster he possessed a full chested sonorousvoiced muscular oratory which made him famous for miles around Court day ar andd among yoaIi elected me to the Legislater I wish ed that I wont have had thee tallest j lOUR STORe WftS CROWDED With Buyers Last Week Pickingup the IMMENSE Bargains But we have plentymore COM E QU C K New carload of Salt this Week OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS OX BREECHES UaGBAKERM Jpine tree that grows in the mount ings so that I might strip the limbs from same and make it into an en ormous pen and dip that pen in the Kaintuck River and write acrost the clouds God bless the people of County Arter you elected me I went down to Frankfort on the Blue Wing and as are wended our wind bfrdletstheabatlets tile froglets and the owlets flew outen their secret hidin places and cried out to me in loud voices Sail on Mullins thou proud defender of thy countrys liberties Whenretched Frankfort I went up into the legislative hall and there I spied itiatiy purty perlicutes on the ceiling When matters of small importance were before the1 body I lay like a bull pup abaskin in the sunshine with bluebottled fly aticklin of his nose but when matters of great importance come up I riz from my seat and like the Numidian lion of the desert shook the dew drops from my mane and I give three shrill shrieks for liberty Washington Letter o From Our Reguia Correspondent Washington D G Jan 20 1902 Democratic Senators are out for blood inthe long fight that will be waged over the amended Philip pine tariff bill which was reported to the Senate to day The domo- cratic members of the Finance committee voted solidly against the bill reported by the majority and at least one republican member of the committee Burrows of Michi ganstated that while he would not oppose the reporting of the bill he would not commit vote for it and presented a minoriII ty report and a substitute fining the attitude of the democrats The bill reported by the republi cans slaps the House republicans j who voted lor the bill imposing the Dingley tariff rates on all Philip pine products in the face by viding for a cut of 25 per cent onI adyditional cut equivalent to about thse Philippine export tax on sugar to burro indigo and hemp The democrats take the position imas1 suitable from the standpoint of equal and just treatment for all= that the Filipinos are entitled to the same treatment given the Porto Ricans who have free trade with us and will fight it onion that line Incidentally the debate on this bill will include the entire repub licau policy toward the Philippines The Philippine tariff bill has the right of wav as the regular order ofbusiness until disposed of by the Senate Hbw soon that will be is j uncertain The most conserve tive estimate of the length of the debate places it at a month It may be much longer as there is a pas sibility that the question of Cuban tariffconcessions may be drape d tX f t on by the offering ofa Cuban amendment to the bill estabIishmentJfla up against a snag several of them in fact and is for the time on the Senatorial shelL The principal objections were to giving the new department control of so many of tile big bureaus now under other departments Senator Hale said the bill if allowed to go through would make the nev dapartmentI the largest of them all notice of an amendment to trans ler the Coast and GeocVic Survey to the Navy Department instead of the Department of Commerce Senator Teller succeeded in getting the clause transferring the Geo logical Survey totbe proposed new department stricken from the bill Before the bill gets through it will have to undergo many changes Senator H Billy Mason has given notice tharhe will this week util ize the Congressional Record assistant in his campaign for nsanI tion to the Senate by speech showing how he has been slandered by those who charged him with having opposed the ex tension ofthe rural free delivery service by the Post Office Depart ment He wasnt the father of rural free delivery but if he thought that proving bimself to be such would gain him votes he would nut hesitate to try to do it his gall is limitless- Attorney General Knox evident ly hasnt any more respect for the sovereign rights of a State than the average member of his party He opinionIon the public forest reserves regardless of the slayer being there lawfully and not a trespasser or of the killing being within the boundary of a State Mr Roosevelt is credited with a desire to make sure that the Indi lana delegation to the next republi can NatIonal convention will not present the name of a favorite son by getting Harry S New editor national committeeman and boss or the State machiueyinto his cabinet It is said that Mr Neij has been1 offered the portfold Secretary of the Interior and that he has tHe offer under considera tion This talk doesnt square1 with that of the friends of Secre lacy Hitcnccjck who declare in the most positive terms that he has no intention of resigning But that proves nothing The member of the cabinet who has 110 idea of re signing until he knows that his successor has been chosen turns u in Washington too frequently to attract any particular atten ion While Secretary Hitchcock may be seriously in earnest abut not in t tending to resign ihe would hardly make avvagerofany size that he would spend neat c- VUSmeir1 It1 vvashtnton 0 t C j Lft f BIG TOOK OF HEAVVGOODSt I I Now They Must Go Right Stuff at Right Prices t Callico at 3 12 to 5cts yarIUtIL Luna Herrin continues very IMiss M Cress of Preachersville IJ here last week Jack Sutton has moved from Preachersviile into this vicinity S H Martin of Maretburg was in the country last week on b sit nessfthe country last Friday hunting good cattle a Mrs Gabe Hunt sold to Alfred Owens an extra good twoyear old heifer for 18 W H Brown bought some heif ers at about sets per lb and a bunch of hogs arvj ts last week David Heron and wife have been visiting friends and relatives at Livingston for the last few days James Herrin bought of Wilt Walden a small farm for 96 Mr Wslden will start to Indiana soon John Wells aged 77 years died last Friday at John Browns and was buried Saturday at Providence George Owens bought a mule colt for 31 and sold to Mr Bow man of Mt Vernon 5 calves at 9 eacbtiSeveral people from this vicinity were Mte Vet non Tuesday to attend the trial of Dr M E Bryant who was taken up on a charge of erapericism There was a Christian Endeavor Society organized at Dr Proctors last Sunday evening at 2 oclock Ifc win continue at the same hour on each Sabbath day CONWAY 0 Born the wife of S Arnold doingionwell but the moftier is very poorJy Your correspondent has arrived home alter several days stay in Lincoln visiting the sick John S Gadd of the Scaffold LinMrN H Jones and son- W P Jones of Franklin Indj who are on an extended trip to the Scuth stopped off here to visit relative- and friends Our friend G W Jones has be come to be the horseJockey of our town He has swaped horses twice in the last few das and reports ahead both times t Tr Roosevelt considerate of the feelings of the people when h said that he would make no public iiispeechessession The mouths of the contntctors S are being made towater by the plans for a Greater Washington ruowon exhibition at the National l Capital Many millions have beet l disbursed Ion diaper by tumak ers of these plans t y i M- Land Stock adj IS D Hysinger Norton 7 2 year head from E N not given Ike Shelby sold head of calves at Lynn purchased y of butcher cattle a 25 hogs at 5 cts B G J White sold age 24 head ot 36 per head graphMoms Far of Lexingto 280 head off 4 r tcMj cents fur IIcattlefrom 3 75 tJ hundred V iFpast week liH of tobacco from Joe Fecht MJL 12000 lbs from Jos E Sel s at 9jc Sooo s lbs from Hiatt Bros at 8cVood= lord Sun- Morris Farris last week sold 240rstock cattle to Simon Well of Lex ington at 4 to 5 cents He sold others to Jessamine and Fayette parties at about the same price D C Allen shipped to Cincinnati yesterday a car load of hogs he bought at 5 to 5 40 a car load cat tle for which he paid 3 to 3rc u anda car ofsheep and lambs which cost him 3Jkiror the sheepanq 4c for the lambs Interior Jour nal Headache kills not necessarily suddenly but SURELY It preys upon the intellectual powers more than we realize It consumes the faster than nature can scannottell just what moment a temporary or complete aberration of the mind willresult Headache and pain should be promptly re moved but properly Many aa cures are more harmful than the pain Beware If you would be safe take Dre Pain Pills I As a result of neuralgia I lost the sight of riiht and the pain I hao suffered incomprehcruible ber i obliged to take opiates con tinually A friend gave m one of Dr Miles Paia it promptly re lieved me I then a and now my trouble is gone They have also cured jtiy daughter of nervous headache and I Heartily recommend them to othersJr J CORLEY Lre inond Texas Sold bjr Druggists 25 Doses 251 Dr Miles Medical Co EIRtlrI c Alt Vernon Signal 1 FRIDAY JAN 24 1902 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR 100j Advertising rates made known on application THE bill introduced by Senator George T Farris of Garrard providing for a vote of the people on an amendment to the Constitution changing the present way ofvoting back to the old viva voce system has been favorably reported by the committee and from the present indications will more than likely carry THE Hon Ed Parker began his Congressional Campaign in the Eleventh district in a speech at Booneville Monday His chances to beat Boreing are about the same pi as they were to be elected Speaker of the House in the Legislature JUDGE T Z MORROW says that lie will not be a candidate for Congress in the Eleventh district 2 some of the boys who r Jots easier when they youre not l EMS wi s thY Greenleaf weraers Lie is said to be the 7ia 50000000 i ngland is colored was- Flemingsburg for Yes Byan says he will be 50000 for a sville led for the motion for- Howardha F r at Oak wood r to death in a firehis resi deuce A man a rede Col for swindle 1 to be Pat C9ye whoA young Cu lit dahy at Omaha President Fran of the Louisi ana Purchase Exposition denies that he said the great fair will not be Held before 1904 Jerome Way who was struck widra chair by his brotherinlaw Joseph Blackwell at Carrollton is dead from his injuries A regular army soldier at Fort Canny was sentenced to 10 years imprisonment for threatening to assassinate President Roosevelt It is estimated that 6c persons Sveikilledand 100 were injured by the explosion of a boiler of a spin jiingmill near Maoresa Spain The total shipments of pig iron steel and cast iron pipe from the Tennessee and Alabama furnaces last year amounted to 1685674 tonsRev James Sudduthj of Long dale Vaf claims that he was sent to the asylum on perjured testimony because he fought whisky and whisky men The heirs of Robert Stafford the Sea Island Cotton King have sued AndrewCarnegie and his sister for 2000000 the value of Cumber landIsland Apostal clerk in the postoffcein Knoxville Tenn was injured by the explosion of a package having the appearance of an infernal machine 4 vellof fine lubrJcatiitg oi- laavtlrgau estimated capacity of 58 barrels a lay was brought in a depth o 212 ret about 15 miles from Henderson AtGoffen Ill the body of Miss Geftrudt7 Clifford was found in a buggy audwith her Fred Brock nau in a dying condition It was mur tierand suicide According to present plans IreVident Roosevelt will visit the- Cliarlys u 1 P8it ono AYeduesv day dtirt x accompainedi By JSy- eaielulfersvdf lips csillJJft 1 j r l f Two Negro women at Springfield t have gone raving crazy since the lynching of Jim Mays last week They imagine they are jtieing purI sued by a mob rA Pittsburg syndicate has acquir thetfirstPittsburg having paid 8000000 for the property steamSbiPIc24 36 hours from the record time for crossing the Atlantic s Dr Krause former governor of JJohannesburg was sentenced in Londou to two years imprisonment for attempting to incite to murder in South Africa The Negro women of Boston have isued an address to the women of the South protesting against the suppression of Uncle Toms Cab in and against lynching James H Gardner has been selected by the Kentucky College to represent it at the inI tei collegiate declamatory contest to beheldat Winchester Jan 31 Three hundred traders on the floor of the Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce were imprisoned by the police while the health depart ment vaccinated every man Lieut Gen Miles has issued orders for the movement of 5233 men to the Philippines to replace an equal number of then who have seen long service in the islands The city authorities of Louisville thee 4052015 of Stuart R Youngs shortage from the Maryland com pany which was on his official bond A firm of money lenders has entered suit at Washington to re cover 30000 loaned the second son of the King of Korea who is attending Roanoke College in Vir giniaA sentiment favoring govern ment ownership and control Of th proposed Pacific cable was developed during the hearing of men in terested in the project ibeforethe House committee PINE HILL- Mrs o Jas Hall still continues f MrJ6hn Proctor is on the sick list Mr Val Freeman was in Cra Orchard this week Mr L Metesser returned home from Philadelphia Pa Sunday Mr Chas McHargue went to Mt Vernon Wednesday on husinessI Mrs Matilda Sudderths went to East Bernstadt to visit her daught ereMrs John Jones returned home after a brief visit to her parents at JellicoMr Robt Collier of Brodhead was here this weed seeing about his lumberThe Misses Sympson spent Saturday and Sunday with friends in Livingston Mr and Mrs Jas Meadows have a fine baby girl of which they are justly proud The Rockcastle Mining and Develop ent Co spoken of last week has done nothing so far in the way of improvementsThis weather makes all of us grown people wish we were children again that we may more fully enjoy the sport it affords The C E society which met at 700 p m last Sunday was lead by Miss Judith Sympson Topic Caleb orshosicga hard thing There were quiteBnumber present despite the inclemency of the weather Miss Georgia McFerron went to Livingston Saturday to spend the rest of the winter with her sister Mrs Dr Childrcss We regret very much Miss McFerron leaving use but inQur loss Iivingston gains one of Rockcastles most popular young ladies If the republicans persist in mak ing Gov Shaws possession0f twelve toes a special qualification for holding office every twelvetoed man in the country will be taking tls ir 10f r f i BRODHEAD 0 Mrs Alice Newland of Crab Orchard attended the old fiddlers contest at thic place Tuesday night Wm Brooks an exGrub Orchard ctizeiu was with our people this week Alex Martin of Stanford section was the guest of Mr Larkin Hicks this week Wcones of Wildie was in town Tuesday last t Sam Magee of Livingston was one of the crowd at the Collier house last Monday night The Rev Stinnett the preacher in charge of this work and who is locatedat our town is still con hasIup Mr P J Hallof suburbs of this town has been the proprietor of a protracted dance for the last monthmuch to the annoyance and against the wishes and will of the Better class of people of our town It is said that those who do not have the money to pay their way at the dance are allowed to remain and work out their part of the ex penses of running the machine and more than one has been grub bing for the proprietor Mr J E Wallin our town mar shah has taken a new boarder into his home We were informed tha he weighed eleven pounds befor- he took the first meal with the hfcmefolks We understand that notwith standing last Tuesday night was a very disagreeable night yet the old fiddlers contest was not snow d under but many were on hand to enjoy the old time sport Larkin Hick of this place wone the first prize and Alex Martin of Stanford second honors and old man Fount Tyree came in for third Some say that uncle Fount ought to had the noet present and cannot say College Announcement Fugene Mullins who spent last week traveling for his father is in his usual place Miss Judith Sympson spent Saturday and Sunday with her family at Pine Hill ablbe to attend school week on ac count of a severe cold Claude Cox has sufficiently re covered from his recent illness to be in school again this week Miss Cox who was quite ill last week is very much improvedand able to be at the College again Miss Bessie Poynter deserve- especial mention owing to her rapid progress in her musical studies The College has been fortunate in securing the efficient assistance of Miss Ella Joplin during Prof Ewers illness We are glad to announce that Miss Reka Baker who has been out of school for several weeks is again strong enough to be with us Charles Cooper has returned to school after spending a weekwith his parents at Livingston and reports his fathers health as much improved The meeting of the Philomathean Society on Friday evening last was very interesting the chief fea ture being a lively debate partici pated in by the young men of the Collegiate department- Dr AE Ewers has been quite ill since last Saturday but we are glad to say that the reports of the attending physician Dr A G Lov ell are very encouraging and that hewill soon be able to resume his usual duties The tariff = made trusts are not grateful Donations to the Me Kinley Memorial fund are far below expectations CASTOR I AFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- signature of i lt ff E yourJelltbcoldfashioned way Seal them lty the now absolutely sl1rowaybyI PureVH3 no Uiato or Isys tight in Easily adozou about directions tho loaIIeach cake Gold everywhere STANDARD OIL rte I11r Roosevelt has officially called of the heads of the gov ernment departments to the laws giving preference in making ap pointments to veterans of the civil war but he never hesitates to turn down a veteran when he wishes to appoint somebody else Republicans of several House committees are at loggerheads over an antianarchist bill not only as to the contents of the bill but as to the committee from which it should bereported The Judiciary committee is considering the bills but Representative Shattucr of Ohio chairman of the Immigration committee stated on the floor of totiteanyway Some of the In some of the bills are simply redicu lous and would if enacted do away with a free press and free speech Democrats will carefully watch this legislation in order that the liberty of the good citizen mav not be infringed in the slightest particular in order to reach the anarchist This Policyincontestable except for nonpayment preniinm This clause is plainly printed in the poli cies of THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF KENTUCKYand it says No unnecessary de lay in payment of clams And this Company issues all the modern forms of good life insurance Surplus 200 4750sHOME OFFICE LOUISVILLE J Sk JrSPECIAL AGENT TRUST BUILDING RICHMOND Ky Miss ELLEN E BUTNER District Agent Mt Vernon Kentucky COURIER is JOURNAL 2 TljXE8 jl WEEK 1 104 Times a Year The TWICE A WEEK COUR IERJOURNAL is the best pape- published in the United States for Democrate and for ALL readers It is the equal of many Dailies and the superior ofall other Semi Weeklies or Weeklies HENRY WATTERSO Editor The Wednesday issue is devoted to NEWS MATTERS the Saturday issue to THE HOME Sample copies sent free on application Address J COURIERJOURNAL CO LOUISVJUE IKiJ3 SPECIAL YOU CAN GET 0HH SIGNAL AND THE Tvwjcea Week Courier Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FORONLY 1 5Os This is for cash 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five weeks hearing in diseased ear has been entirely restored I thank yuu heartily and beg to remain Very truly yours F A VERMA2s 7308 Broadway Baltimore 3Jd Our treatment does not interfere with your usual occupation EL uta nominala- dvice freei coat INTERNATIONAL CLINIC 596 LA SALLE AVE CHICAGO ILL ASTHMA CURE FREE lm ASTHMALENE BRINGS INSTANT RELIEF t And Permanent Cure in All CasesrySENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL tyffit f II CHAINED FOR TEN a YEARS tl JUior tcsiruorarHy AURAL THERE is nothing like Asthmaleue It brings even in the worst cases It inII when all else fails sls1The REV C F WELLS of Villa Ridge 111 Your trial bottle of Asthmalene received in good condition I cannot tell you how thankful I feel fo the good derived from it I was a slavo chained with putrid sore throat and asthma for ten years I despaired of ever being cured I saw 3 our ads er tisement for the cure of this dreadful and tormenting disease asthma and thought you had overspokea mJIastonishmentme a fullsize bottl- eWE want to send to every sufferer a trial treatment of ASTHMA LEi TF similar to the one that cured Mr Wells Well send it by mail POSTPAID ABSOLUTELY FREE OF CHARGE to any sufferer who will wiite for it even on a postal Never mind though you are despairing however bad your case ASTHMALENE will relieve and cure The worse your case the more glad we are to send it Do not delay Write at once addressing DR TAFT BROS MEDICINE CO r 9 East isoth St N Y City tErSold- by allDruggists h First National Bank OK STANFORD KY ofCapital Stock 5100000 Surplus 1804076 DIRECTORS 1 J W Hayden Wt P Walton J H Collier NL D Elmore 0tP Hill S H Baughman W A Tribble M J Miller and S T Harris We solicit the accounts of the citizens of Rockcastle and adjoining counties assuring them prompt and careful attention to all busi ness intrusted to us Personal application and correspond ence with a view to business relations invited J S HOCKER Pres JNO J McROBERTS Cashier A A McINNEY Asst Cashier GO TO JONAS MCKENZIE MT VERNON KY AV for Everythingin iy Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes ana General Merchandise BEST GOLDSAT LOWEST PRICES E THEIAMERICAN INVESTMENT COMPANY Incorporated CAPITAL STOCK S 25r000 00 RESERVE SURPLUS 125000 00 03rAddress all correspondence to HOME OFFICE LEXINGTON KY GOOD TERMS TO FIRST CLASS AGENTS r FIRE INSURANCE HAVE your HOusee ins lJed iiit the OLD RAE A LIABLE New York Underwrites= IIId It will be in keeping with their 4alki for some of the Washington toadies to introduce riss Roqseyelt tpPrinceHenryasVthe Trfiicess lYlil1e l r Z t 1 tr IDiamonds of great value are reported to have been found in Mbn sLtaneeasiest my to get the sparklers1 f I Mt Veraon Signal Mt VERNON KY JAN 24 1902 ihQI LOUISVILLe NASHVILLE R R Co j TIM TABLE 24 north 1105 a m 26 north JiJ2 am 23 south 200 p m 25 SouthI 8 a ui TAS LAriDRuM Agent Entered at the Mt Vernuj Ky Postoffice as see opdcloM mall matter MASONIC Ashland Lodge No 640 meets 2nd Satur day 10 A in TMT VERNON R A CHAPTER No WO MEETS every FOURTH MONDAY at 2 p m m CHURCHES Chnstian Holds services 1st 3r 1 Sunday at 11 am and at 630 p niw PresbyterIanHolds services on the 2nd and 4th Sunday morning ante evening Baptist ChurchServices on the Second Saturday night and Sunday Sunday School at 9am every Sunday Prayer meeting on Tuesday nights- PERSONALS 0 C C Williams was in Berea yesterday 1 Judge Williams went to Cincin nati Tuesday Attorney J W Brown was in Richmond Sunday Capt A N Bently was here be tween trains Tuesday William Mason of Brush creek is very low of pneumonia J A Wood the popular Orlando merchant was here Monday W J Sparks was in Livingston r Wednesday on important business A W Soward of this offices pcnt Sunday with friends in Rich mond We arc told that J H Clark a merchant of Goochland has as signed Mrs M C Miller and daughter fIIN stin Tetasate visiting rela tives here Miss Sallie McWhorter of Crab Orchard is visiting Mrs Dr M PenningtonOscar is in the depot learning telegraphy under Mr J A Lndrum Dr A E Ewers has been serious ly ill this week but slightly im proved today Mrs Frank KirbY who has been very feeble for some time is very much improved Mrs Sarah Owens who has been seriously ill at the residence of her brother Mr G S Gr- iffintfor several days is reported better Mesdames Wilnioth Poynter and Mary Cummins came up Tuesday in response to a telephone that John G Cummins was very serious ly ill John Magee W C Mullins Harry Bowman JM Smith J C Hocker George Pope R L Smith and L T Stewart were here yesterday A letter from Mr J M Roberts of Bakerfield Mo says Uncle Ashley Owens who is now at life home is progressing nicely and is thinking of starting for Kentucky soon W A Carson was up from Brodhead Tuesday making prepara tions to take yesterday mornings train for Jacksonville Fla where he will spend the winter Alex Tyree accompanied him Mesdames Jeptha and Armp French eft yesterday for Indian Teritory where their husbands went some two months ago to look outlocatidns Their brother Wa- dE Brown accompanied them as far th Stanfordv Rev David Hartsfield pastor of the Christian church here with his wife alid little daughter Lillian moved to our town last week and have taken rooms at the Joplin house v Rev Hartsfield will preach at Mt Vernon ist and 3rd Suit d itlarerv burg end Sunday and Wl die jiff Sunday yi- h A LivIingston Saturday and Sunday on professional business Charley Cooper gull Miss Kill Poynter have recovered front their sickness and returned to school Mr J H Hilton of Brodhead orders the SIGNAL sent to his old friend D Francisco at lugalls Kansas MrL Chevvuiug the clever and uptodate Livingston hotelman was here Monday on business Capt VR Dillipn L C Smith J A Oliver Mart Hix and WM Baker were up from Livingston Wednesday Dannie Owens who is now in the South and will remain until April writes that he is getting along nicely Charley Martin writes from Coal Creek Tenn that he got his foot very badly cut the big toe being cut off Mr C S Niel brought Mrs Niel down from Grays Wednesday and she is now stopping with Mrs John W Brown Lillie the elevenYear old daughter of Mr and Mrs R L Smith has been very low with pneumonia fever for several days Misses Bertina Mullins of Liv ingston and Bettie Wilmott ofI sunjdaywas non Junction Wednesday He says the youngster which arrived at his house Dec 15tis doingnicely se LOCALS 0The Southeastern Medical Socie ty will meet here this afternoon at 230AD3nNIsrRATORJudge SD Lewis has appointed FL Thompson as public administrator IEAGLEA W Stewart killed an eagle near Wildie last Saturday which measured feet from tip to tip The CheaptLaundry4Iexmgtou Lechleiter Dayisr Collars fcFine shirts 70 Jan 17 Mrs Berthena Taylor of Somer set age sixtyfive was united in marriage Tuesday to Joshua Moore aged twentytwo IN JAILJames Baily Adams was landed in jail Monday by Deputy Sheriff R L McFerron on a charge of house breaking IN COUNTY COURT Jesse Dunn and Sissy Carpenter charged with abducting a 14 year old girl were acquitted James Ballou was fin ed 50 and the cost for drawing a deadly weapon on Dick Thomas and was sent to jail to pay the fine Thomas Bowles was acquitted- on a charge of giving liquor to a minor QUICK WORK John Blue Chil dress and Frank Ball had some trouble near Orlando Wednesday afternoon when Childress drew a pistol on Ball A writ was sworn out for Childress about 9 oclock yesterday at r I the jailer arrived with the prisoner and at 2 oclock he had registered with Mr Parsons for 53 days board MAIL ROuTEWe understand that a mail route is soon to be established between MtVVernon and Wildie thereby givi g to the people a daily mail between these points Anew posto rrf a will also be established about all way between the two places which will put it near 1e Coffe s providing the new road betw en here and Wildie is the oqe oier which the mail will be carried The wayl email has to travel now it takes from fqur to five flaysto send a let ter gull get are yato er than it i v takes to get a letter from Louis viilc Cincinnati or even Chicago yet the distance by dirt oadis only eight mil s and by rai about twenty so wly should we notyiave better service The establishment of this route will not only give better service between here and Wildie but tpall points along the- nK C RR Jjjpw may ii c4 rI1 j E 5c iBROUGHT SUIT Miss Sallie Marsee has through her attorneys CyC and R G Williams brought suit against John M Isonfor 10 ooo in damages for slander To JACKSON Mr R M Baker hasgone to Jackson county to workup a large boundary of tim ber and John Cox has moved to the house vacated by Mr Baker SUPERVISORS Phe Board of Supervisors have been in session this week to hear complaints ifany from parties whose property was raised at the last meeting of the board PAROLED Henderson Jones a son of Jim Jones who was sent up from the Lancaster Circuit court in 1896 for the murder of William Cuniley has been paroled and ist back home He is in rather poor health LOOK VHAT A GRAND OFFER Deliver your laundry to S W Davis store and get the benefit of the low prices thatwe now offer Collars laundried for i cts fine shirts 7cts jan 17 LECHLEITER DAVIS BOUGHTU GBaker has bought of Frank Welsh for 550 the house and lot which he recently purchased from G W Gentry Mr Baker also sold to S N Davis a house and lot on Richmond street for 30- 0ELOPEDMiss Anna the oldest daughter of Mr and Mrs David Hysmger and Mr John Smith boarded the trainat Brodhead yes terday morning for Jellico where they were united in matrimony May happiness snd euccess join them QurrThe Mt Sterling Oil and Gas Co which has been boreing for oil near Copper creek have we understand ceased operation Whether further attempts to put a well in the county will be made we can not say but more than likely not just at the present at any rate A franchise in Livingston has been granted to the Bastin Telephone Company forr an exchange at that place and they will begin work on the plant as soon as weather moderates Improvements will also be made in our local ex change including a new switch boardC01IPLETEDMessrs R S Mar tin W H Sowder W E Grave ly and T C Johnson bridge committee announce that the bridge across Negro creek has been com pleted and the traveling public are enjoying the great benefits to be derived from same The commit tee says they are still a little behind and any one desiring to make any donation however small it mibenwill be fully appreciated The committee has already been out more than their proportional part besides the valuable time which they spent in looking after the bridge and especially those who derive benefits from the bridge should see that this remaining bal ance is made up and paid over to the proper authorities MARRIED At the residence of Mr C C Davis on the 24th day of December Igor Miss Sallie Brown daughter of Squire J N Brown was married to Mr Jeptha French of Oakley Laurel county The bride went to her home at Level Green and the groom started at once for Indian Territory where he has found him a location and will go in business in that far distant country Mrs French left yester day to join her husband at which time the announcement of the wedding was made The reasons assigned for keeping the wedding a secret was on account of the brides parental objections and a groolltoIfirstMrs French has been a successful school teacher in this county hav ing been well trained by her father The groom is a splendid young man with fine business capacity possessing both brains and energy We expect to hear of him making a business success in the fatSo tt1 West The best wishes oj the- rSICNA1go with tliemtQtheirriicw 1er ft tfif l r r t FINEDDr lL IBryant was finedo r Tuesday for practicing medicineiwithout being a graduate arid haying properly registered in the county faster Omer Purdom two years of age and a game rooster had a fight last Monday Omer weighed a little the most but the rooster had the advantage in reach and won the fight Omer had often risen told by his parents that he would fall and break his neck so when Mrs Purdom came to his rescue and picked him up lie exclaimed boke eneck I CANING FACTORYMr C H Goodson who has been located at Livingston for some time past and who is well known in many parts of county as a great Suridav school worker has contracted with Mr Tom Tate and sons r W and H L Tate for a large tract of land near Copper creek for which he agrees to paytuoo Mr Good son says he will erect a large can ing factory at once and next season enter into the cultivation of veg etables on rather a large scale DOUBDE WEDDING There was a double wedding at Stanford yesterday when David Thompson ThompIsouLogan Thompson son of J J Thompson and Miss Effie Sprink les were united in matrimony Both the younguien were born and reared in this county and have a host of friends who join the SIGNAL in extending to them a most hearty congratulation and a sincere hope that their married life maybe one of happiness and bliss e LIVINGSTON 0 Tom Stewart of Wildie was in town Wednesday j rand Mrs E S Elmore were in Stanford Monday v Dink Farmer and family liars moved to Elizabethtown MJS Mila Pettit is visiting her mother Mrs Coffey at Vildie j Miss r JBerdna Mullins visited friends at Mt Verhorii SundaMiss Anna Owens of Marets burg is visiting her sister Mrs Taylor Mrs Mary Payne of Altamont is here visiting her mother and other relatives Miss Nora Tubbs has returned home after a visit at Altamont and East Bernstadt Miss Beulah Hendron of Madison county is visiting her sister Mrs Lewis Dillion Miss Effie Latham of Altamont is the guest of Mrs James Bunn at The Eight Gables Miss Celia Andes of Altamont is visiting her father Thos Andes at the Mullins Hotel James Stone of Pulaskl county was here visiting Mi and Mrs J E Singleton last week R C Wade was called to Boyle county last week on account of the serious illness of his father Mrs George Pope and Mrs W T Merimee have returned home after a visit with friends at Stan ford J 1 W j Sparks Editor Albright- IF L Thompson and James Mret Mt Vernon were all here last week yiR Dillion L C Smith and Bill Baker were in Mt Vernon Wednesday W C Mullins was there between trains Thursday lVIrsTilmot Poynter and Mrs Mary Payne were called to Mt Vernon Tuesday on account of the serious illness of their brother J G Cummins Dan Quinn and wife and Mrs Dan McCarty of Altamont Mrssr Bullock of Pittsburg Mrs Brou h ton and Henry Burton of Pineyille were here last week to attend they burial of Mrs Margaret Burton f Everybody seems to be on tie move Claude Lin ville moved in to Ballards house Logan Sal Gwards in theDee Bryant house t Sam Sams moved in JFCooPers house f W TMerirrree and family 1xDillion lintel t 4 t i i i o rHOUKADAMS MT VERNON KY j FOR BARGAINS f flI3UK INGSON HOtJ K ADAMS i t L oi 1 HAVE Everything usually handled by all first elass general merchants any body cafT l satisfied 1 and v prices quality IH i0 u IK A ID IA IM S r i HEADQUARTERS osiery Notions Ties ats gents furnishings uting cloth Oil cloth lily too cheap hdorwear not to be nderestimated stylishInds we cant be undersold 11 goods guaranteed and 11 prices reasonable o not miss tIt ese- ailyopportunities II people should vail themselves of ens suits to suit an or boy o come and elect and get bargains ADAMS LIt Kr human q iii LAMPS in all the styles and will be sold at almost cost r- GROCERIESHard i lV ware and ueenswaretiSaddles Bridles Harness i 4 corlars and Names r We are constantly receivy ing new arrivals of goods Anti will supply vYpromptly call and learn prices COAL CORNand Hay Agents for Best MV Brand Fertilizers also S r w all kinds farm tools Goods delivered in any part of town promptly 5 I What Do You Want to Buy Anything you should need in our line are well worth your notice and should arrest your attention if you are looting for S gains Bring us your country produce and get the Ij jmarket price Phone 25 3 rings H O U K A D A I Big brick Main CHAS C DAVI SUCCESSOR TO THEO WESLEY The Place to Obtain FreshkNALSO Patent Medicines of all Perfumery Stationery vT S y iJ iOi1eto 4sCIGARS AND TOBAC Paints und Oils it PRESCRI PTIONS carefully Comp a at all hours day or night THE BANK OF MT VERNOI rw iJKT VeRNON KY x l OPENED 1900 CAPITAL STOCK 15000 iC C WILLIAMS PRES JAS T ADAMS VICEPiusW L RICHARDS CASHIER AB FURNISH ASST CASH DIRECTORS Jonas McKenzie Geo Livesay A T Fish Fritz Krueger Rod Perry Vincent Boreing J E Houk V i We solicit accounts of firms and individuals Careful atteri t tion is given collections entrusted to us Our friends and patrons are invited to call when in town vV DAN NIB OW ENS f UNDERTAKER VV50 TVJbasketsKept in Stock Orders by Mail Telegraph or Telephone Promptly filled BRODKBAD KiSNTUX Iit WILLIS GRIFFINPractical Unclertlcer ciand TERaLDIRECIOR jgA Y Mt Vernon Ky v fcv r Stock Complete FINE HEARSE Attached Can iurnisli Metalic Caskets arid have V Embalming done on short notice 7 JCome and see me any thiag I have nitgot can get for yo1 on r first train thatleave the city r iitOffDkR ly J xeA1 q titIy Filled j 0 j c7 t T 4s I r Ylr 1t MillrHouse I W J- HeadquEirters RIDER PROPR fo- rE Commercial Men 1 Porter at all trainsa The VerandaHotel JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR L Stanford Ky Specially equipped for traveling men Sample room on first floor Bathrooms free to guests RATES 200 per day Ik Hotel Frith R L COLLIER Propr Located at the Depotm tl BRODHEAD KY GOOD LIVERY ATTACHED Meet all Trains Day and Night Traveling Men and Railroad men Solicited 6 Will furnish Lunches for all trains l i arTyree MENTAL WORKS odbead lyl- vIarhle Monuments i ombstones K FIRSTCLASSTION AA1- S ims5 V Tf Jr m r fii v Train m Ca biADCAND THE v B C l W In eftc a iglh- Fi The new traiilpill leave Si LoinsDr f 900 a in daily then jiil irain P5 to same points 10 10 p m daily vp Through sleeping car svrvct be tween St Louis San PViuc cir Northwestern puinls 6ii l UldI laIe that does a twice daily fExcursion tickets nov 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On 2nd floor of The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church streetSpecial attention given to collections Furniture and Undertaking A full and complete stock All orders filled promptly Mott Best gocds and lowest prices JA IVIiillins 8cSonSueeesaorsto Blankeuship k Hulling In j i f Jlj4N fx 1 GOD STILLED THE STORM til a small town On Hollahds most northern shore rNoTo prevent the overflow Ot the ocean nearby They erected a tivallotBoth strong and high Over which they appointed- A captain whose business it was to oversee So that in time of storms In peace and safety they might One bfIThere would be a time of leisure So he started away that evening In search of pleasure But soon he heard a voice wayAndinDanger danger it seemed to say The sullen clouds were rising quakeAsOf his awful mistake Toreturn to his duty Every effort was combined As the threatening sky The cloudy arches climbed The Captain brave and courageous appalledSoTwo hundred men were called What a fearfulsight it was The bravest men were made to weep As they beheld the fury Of the heavens and the deep roaringThe As the waves of the ocean Thundered against the wall The wall had slightly broken throughAndTo know what was best to dO Every man was ordered To pull off his coat Eor it seemed that the town Would soon be afloat Then the rain did beat On coatless backs garmentsTo But the storm continued- It did not stop The water came falling From over the top The top was now breaking failmcame down To the bottom of the wall Through the falling water Some men were let down Aud replaced the rocks To save the town But they saw in the excitement- Of that aufal hour That to conquer the storm Was beyond their power What could they do sayTHeyAnd then to pray Ere long the waves receded allayedForHad knelt and prayed The storm had ceased The danger had ended For the Ruler of worlds From heaven descended So that old stone wall Watched with deligentcare spotJAGIBBSDThe Panama Commission has made its report to Mr Roosevelt in favor of accepting the Pana Canal proposition to sell ou t What Mr Roosevelt will do remains to be seen Speaking of the canal situation Senator Jones of Ark said The impression is very general that the Panama canal proposition is not really in good faith but is intended to delay action on the canal bill Ever since the canal has been uuder consideration there has always been something to be put forth the result of which has been to prevent action I think the people of this country are so earnest in their desire for a canal that action can no longer be delayed Congress will not be in clined I think to depart from the Nicaragua route after the long dis cussion that has devoted to this question extending over so many years There are numerous similarities in the wars in South Africa andin othe Philippines Just now British officials are saying that the Boer war is most over andour officials are say ing the same about the war in the Philippines But both haye t alkedthesame way before L mi Qfif = fj OLD HICKORY CH PSoI 0 By Our Associate Editor Who knows that the Isthmian Canal Commission will nOt a little later come out with a third report in favor of the Darien or some her route If over a Prince we bow down and sing What the deuce would we do over a Kingt Just as might have been expect ed New York city is getting more reform in after dinner speeches than any where else Some of the Washington correspondents seem to resent the action of the democrats of the House in deciding caucus and other party matters without asking advice According to the always vera cious spacewriter the Indians are preparing to fight under a banner incribed Give us paint and hair or give us death Two opinions especially when they are directly opposed never get as much respect or attention as one does We take it that this Prof Pear son who is on the payroll of that Methodist institution know as the Northwestern University had his eye on another job before he open ed his sneering battery on the Methodist church and Bible stories Republicans of the House have decided not to hold their caucus to dicide on legislation for the repeal of war taxes until the Ways and ndand some are predicting that the committee will dodge that decision Secretary Root talks about bringing 10000 soldiers home from the Philippines but officialorders sending 5233 soldiers now in the U S to the Philippines have just been issued by the war Department The nigger volunteers are getting jealous of the success of the Rough Riders in gobbling offici al pie and have demanded of Mr Roosevelt that a nigger be appointed Naval Officerof the port of New Orleans Few women are experts wielders of the hatchet Carrie Nation cut off one of her big toes the other day but she still retains the use of her tongue The evidence in the trial of Neely shows that perjury also has its ex perts Whether the prison is to get its own is yet to be ascert- ainedRepairhig Neatly Done Never thought of such a sign for a medicine did you I fctScotts 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